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Three radical Muslim teenagers bomb Sikh temple in Germany because they hate other religions

By Mason White 5:10 PM March 22, 2017
Aftermath of the bombing attack
Aftermath of the bombing attack
By: Emily Lewis

(Scroll down for video) A group of Muslim teenagers admitted to bombing a Sikh temple due to their hatred of other religions, according to court documents in Germany.

Essen police said that they have arrested the three Muslim teenagers after they placed a fire extinguisher filled with explosives at the entrance of the Sikh temple.

Two of the teens, who were identified only as T. and B., have been convicted of attempted murder and causing grievous bodily harm.

The two were sentenced to serve around 7 years in prison.

The third teenager who was identified only as I., was convicted of conspiracy to murder, and has been sentenced to serve 6 years in prison.

According to the police investigation, the three teenagers were in contact with radical Muslim elements before attacking the Sikh temple.

The three teens then plotted to use a fire extinguisher to bomb the temple. As a result of the explosion, a cleric suffered a broken foot and several other people got cuts as a result of flying debris.

The explosion caused damage to the temple’s doors and windows. During questioning, T. and B. admitted to the attack while I. denied any involvement.