Elite police commandos stormed apartments in the German city of Chemnitz
Authorities have not yet stated whether the latest operation by the SEK has anything to do with the original terror raid on the home of bogus refugee Jabir al-Bakr, 22.
The Syrian escaped at the time but was eventually turned over to police by refugees he sought help from in Leipzig. He later hanged himself in his jail cell.
At his apartment a half-built bomb that he intended to complete and detonate at a Berlin area airport was discovered.
At least one person was taken into custody on Monday evening suspected of plotting a terror attack
The raids were sanctioned by Germany’s chief federal prosecutor in Karlsruhe.
The country remains on a high state of alert following the Christmas market massacre in Berlin on December 19 when Isis operative Anis Amri drove a hijacked truck into a crowd of revelers, killing 12 and injuring dozens more.
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Terrorism can be described as the wrongful use of violence in order to intimidate civilians or politicians for ideological, religious, or political reasons with no regard for public safety.
Five days later Amri, 24, was gunned down in Italy where he fled to following the outrage.
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Authorities are expected to clarify soon whether Monday’s operation was linked to the al-Bakr case or was aimed at a separate terror threat.
Officers wore gas masks and were backed up with explosive-sniffing dogs in the Monday raids.
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