Muslims Persist After Far Right Death Threats Shut Down Mosques And Public Prayer In Germany

Two home-made bombs have gone off outside a mosque and a conference centre in the German city of Dresden hours after a march by the anti-Islam Pegida movement.

Far-Right extremists are suspected of being behind last night's attacks.

The door of a mosque was badly damaged when one device went off at 10pm local time but the imam, his wife and two sons were unhurt, according to The Independent.

Policemen stand in front of the blackened door to the mosque in Dresden, where an imam and his family cowered inside

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