Baden-Württemberg: After a knife attack: AfD criticizes migration policy

Illerkirchberg (dpa/lsw) - After the violent crime against two girls in Illerkirchberg near Ulm, the AfD protested at a rally against migration policy in Germany.

Baden-Württemberg: After a knife attack: AfD criticizes migration policy

Illerkirchberg (dpa/lsw) - After the violent crime against two girls in Illerkirchberg near Ulm, the AfD protested at a rally against migration policy in Germany. The party called Saturday's action in front of the town hall a "silent commemoration event". A spokesman for the party spoke of around 70 to 90 people. A spokeswoman for the Alb-Donau-Kreis district office estimated the number of participants at 120 to 150 people.

In contrast to the AfD event, other people gathered nearby on Saturday to show their grief and to promote peace, solidarity and tolerance. The police could not name a number of participants here. According to a police spokesman, "everything went very smoothly".

On Monday morning, a man from Eritrea is said to have attacked two girls on their way to school in Illerkirchberg and injured them so badly that a 14-year-old died. The second girl, 13 years old, was probably seriously injured with a knife. Arrest warrants for murder and attempted murder have been issued against the 27-year-old suspect. According to the prosecutor, he is in a prison hospital and is silent on the allegations.

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