Losing Faith in the State Turks in Germany Fear Racially Motivated Murders

Turkish immigrants in Germany have lost faith in the German state as a result of the murder series allegedly committed by the Zwickau neo-Nazi terror cell, a new study shows. Three-quarters of respondents fear there will be further racially motivated killings.
A 2004 bombing in Cologne, which appeared to target the Turkish community, is now believed to have been the work of the Zwickau cell. Turks in Germany have lost faith in the German state as a result of the series of murders.

A 2004 bombing in Cologne, which appeared to target the Turkish community, is now believed to have been the work of the Zwickau cell. Turks in Germany have lost faith in the German state as a result of the series of murders.

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