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February 12, 1993 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-02-12

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Attacks Increase
In Germany

Bonn (JTA) --The German
Interior Ministry released •I
figures last week showing
that there has been a dra-
matic increase in the
number of neo-Nazi attacks
in the country.
But at the same time polls
are also showing a marked
decrease in support of right-
wing extremist groups 4
among the German public,
according to a survey taken
by one of Germany's leading
public opinion research in-
stitutes.
In the figures released by
the Interior Ministry, it was
shown there were 77
desecrations of Jewish
cemeteries or monuments in
Germany last year, more
than double the number for
the previous year.
The Interior Ministry, 4
which released this figure,
said special measures have
been taken to protect Jewish
objects which may be
targeted for damages by
right-wing extremists.
According to the ministry,
some 41,400 neo-Nazi ac-
tivists are known to police, Ti
of whom 6,400 have been
defined as "militant."
But attacks against per-
sons seem to be on the
decline.
Since November, the
number of attacks against
foreigners has dropped con-
siderably. In January, 70
such attacks were recorded,
far less than the average for
a typical month in 1992,
when nearly 200 attacks oc-
curred.
Some 90 percent of attacks
against foreigners last year
were directed against
asylum-seekers.
And more than 70 percent
of these were perpetrated by
youths. Only 2 percent of the
known perpetrators are
older than 30, the ministry
said.
Interior Minister Rudolf
Seiters said the number of
violent racial incidents was
2,285 in 1992, up from 1,483
in 1991.
4
This represents an in-
crease of 54 percent.
Even as he reported that
attacks against persons had
declined, Mr. Seiters warned
against an "all-clear" signal -I
and said this could be a tem-
porary development, due in
part also to bad weather
conditions.
The statistics about right-
wing extremism were
gathered by the Cologne-
based Federal Office for
Internal Security.

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