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Muslims across Germany are holding a day of prayers and rallies Friday to condemn Islamic extremism and a backlash against their faith that has seen arson attacks on mosques.Imams at more than 2,000 mosques are to take part in the event organized by Germany's four main Muslim groups, with government ministers, lawmakers and city mayors set to join in.Aiman Mazyek, chairman of the Central Council of Muslims, said Germany's Muslims wanted to take a clear stand against ISIS fighting in Iraq and Syria, and other jihadist movements.German security services say some 400 German citizens have joined jihadists in Syria and Iraq, of whom about 130 have since come home, while German nationals have also fought with Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Shabab.
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