Muslims perform Friday prayers on Skalitzer Strasse (street) in Berlin September 19, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal
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German Muslims condemned the actions of the Al-Qaeda breakaway group ISIS in a nationwide day of prayer Friday and vowed to stem the tide of youngsters heading to join radical militants in Syria and Iraq.Authorities estimate 400 Germans have joined ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Leading politicians have urged the country's 4 million Muslims to be vigilant about ISIS recruitment, especially on the Internet, where youngsters are increasingly lured not only by calls to join jihad but also by idealistic promises of building a new caliphate.
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