German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich seen through a television camera view finder 

German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich seen through a television camera view finder as he briefs the media in Berlin, Wednesday, March 13, 2013. German authorities banned three ultraconservative Islamic groups Wednesday, including one whose Internet propaganda videos helped inspire the extremist who killed two American airmen at Frankfurt airport in 2011, the country's domestic intelligence chief Hans-Georg Maassen said.  Police launched early morning raids on 21 apartments and one meeting room belonging to DawaFFM, Islamic Audios and al-Nussrah - all of which adhere to the hardcore conservative Salafi interpretation of Islam. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
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German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich seen through a television camera view finder as he briefs the media in Berlin, Wednesday, March 13, 2013. German authorities banned three ultraconservative Islamic groups Wednesday, including one whose Internet propaganda videos helped inspire the extremist who killed two American airmen at Frankfurt airport in 2011, the country's domestic intelligence chief Hans-Georg Maassen said. Police launched early morning raids on 21 apartments and one meeting room belonging to DawaFFM, Islamic Audios and al-Nussrah - all of which adhere to the hardcore conservative Salafi interpretation of Islam. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
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