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Belgium, Dendermonde, 8 September 2006. 12 (of a total of 17) Neo-nazi suspects that were arrested after a series of house searches in East Flanders and Limburg province have questioned by a magistrate in Dendermonde. Police in Belgium raided five army barracks and private houses, arresting 17 far-right extremists allegedly involved in a terrorist campaign. Many of the suspects are serving in the army. The ring leader, a member of the Blood and Honor Flanders Group, allegedly targeted army bases in Flanders, the Flemish-speaking part of Belgium. Those arrested are "soldiers and people with an extreme right ideology who clearly express themselves through racism, xenophobia, Holocaust denial, anti-Semitism and neo-Nazism," the federal prosecutor said.
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