The police say a person was arrested after shooting in the eastern city of Germany, Halle, who left two dead. (9 October)
- Two people have died in attack German authorities are calling an anti-Shemitic.
- Serious suspects outside a synagogue and into a bistro kebab are suspected, authorities say.
- A local Jewish community leader said a man tried to break into the synagogue.
A gunman "heavily armed", who used a helmet camera to streamline his attack, he shouted anti-Semitacha tricks as he tried to make his way into a synagogue in eastern German on Wednesday on Yom Kippur, then two people killed at random. Police suspects arrested.
Yom Kippur, or Father's Day, is the fullest day of the year in Judaism, when Jews are fast for more than 24 hours.
The door gunman shot the synagogue in Halle where more than 70 people were taken.
Just before firing, the gunman said in English, "The Jews are the root of all problems," according to Rita Katz, director of the Filled Information Group, which traces white maorist and supremacist organizations.
Katz said that 35 minutes of camera footage was installed on a video game site.
Germany's best security officer, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, said the authorities accepted that the attack by the "heavy armed maker" was anti-Semitic and prosecutors believe that there may be a real secret of the right wing. He said some people were injured.
German news magazine Der Spiegel said that the suspect was a 27-year-old man, not only known as Stephan B., from the German state in Saxony-Anhalt, where Halle is located.
The magazine said that the video shows the person who had put on the path to shoot a passage near a Jewish cemetery and a customer in a bistro kebab near the synagogue.
The Halle Jewish community, Max Privorotzki, told Der Spiegel that a camera at the entrance to the synagogue showed someone who wanted to break into the building.
“The attacker repeatedly shot at the door and threw some Molotov cocktails, fire comics or grenades to make his way,” he said. “But the door closed – God defended us. The whole thing lasted five or 10 minutes. ”
Privorotzki said that there were 70 or 80 people inside the synagogue when the shooting took place.
Video clip broadcast by regional public broadcaster MDR and put on Twitter a man shows a gun from a vehicle, putting his arms on deposit, walking behind the car, then firing three more times.
Conrad Roessler said to his tv that he was in the kebab shop near the synagogue when a man in a helmet and military jacket threw something like a grenade, which bounced off the door frame. Roessler said that the man had shot into the shop at least once.
“Run all customers near me. Of course, I did, too – I think there were five or six of us, ”said Roessler. “The man behind me probably died.
“I hid in the toilet,” he said. “The others looked at the back entrance. I didn't know if there was one. I quietly locked myself in this toilet and wrote to my family that I love them and I waited for something to happen. ”
Police came into the shop, he said.
Chancellor Angela Merkel, spokesman Steffen Seibert, said he was “a terrible news from Halle.” T
Illustrate photographs from the body scene lying on the street behind a police trunk.
Halle city, 240,000 inhabitants, is about 80 miles southwest of Berlin. German national railway closed the local station after the shooting.
Contribution: The Associated Press
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