Germany: ZDF Describes Islamist Demonstration as 'Right-Wing Extremist


The organizers of the Islamist demonstration in Hamburg do not belong to an Islamist group, but to a right-wing extremist group. ZDF caused a stir with this claim.

Mainz - ZDF has corrected a false report about the Islamist demonstration in Hamburg. In the "heuteXpress" news program on the morning of April 29, presenter Sara Bildau incorrectly stated that the organizers of the demonstration were "close to a right-wing extremist group that is monitored by the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution. It is true that 'Muslim Interaktiv' is observed by the Hamburg Office for the Protection of the Constitution as a confirmed extremist effort in the Islamist milieu," the station clarified.

The error had been transparently corrected on the ZDF homepage, a spokeswoman said at the request of Junge Freiheit. The false report had previously been criticized on social media and picked up by the news portal NIUS, among others.

Islamist demonstration makes waves

Meanwhile, Saturday's Islamist demonstration continues to make waves. Numerous politicians have called for the "Muslim Interaktiv" group to be banned. There are also calls for the resignation of Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (SPD).

The approximately 1,000 participants in the meeting had called for the establishment of a caliphate and complained about alleged anti-Islamic policies in Germany. They also criticized "cheap lies" in the coverage of the Gaza war and repeatedly expressed their protest with shouts of "Allahu Akbar". 

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