ISIS may be linked to Gurudwara attack in Germany: reports
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One of the two men identified by police as Yusuf T, an ISIS sympathiser, is now treated by investigators as the main suspect in the attack.
Three people were injured in the attack that took place in the Gurudwara.
Berlin: The dreaded Islamic State terrorgroup may be linked to the explosion at a gurudwara in Germany's western city of Essen, media reports said on Thursday quoting officials investigating the attack.
Suspicions of an ISIS involvement in the Saturday blast at the Nanaksar Satsang Sabha Gurdwara, which occurred at the end of a marriage ceremony, have hardened following the arrest of two men in the nearby town of Gensenkirchen last night.
Police in Essen today confirmed the arrest of the two men "after an intensive search".
One of the two men identified by police as Yusuf T, an ISIS sympathiser, is now treated by investigators as the main suspect in the attack, ARD TV network reported.
He is known to the authorities as an activist in the Islamist scene in the Ruhr region of North Rhine Westphalia and has been actively involved in a campaign to distribute free copies of the Quran in the German-speaking region organised by a radical Salafist sect of Islam.