Radical Feminist Group Claims Responsibility for Spate of Attacks on Pro-Lifers and Churches in Germany

A group of radical feminists have taken credit for a shocking string of attacks on pro-life advocates in Germany.

At the end of December, an evangelical church in the town of Tübingen was spray-painted and a nearby minibus set ablaze. The attack caused an estimated $45,000-worth of damage, according to the National Catholic Register.

Not long after the attack, an admission letter was posted by a group called the “Feminist Autonomous Cell,” who accused the church of exposing “anti-feminist attitudes,” by supporting pro-life causes.

Days later, the group admitted attacking a car belonging to pro-life journalist, Gunnar Schupelius. Shockingly, in a bid to incite further violence, the group published Schupelius’s home address.

A week later, Feminist Autonomous Cell struck again, vandalizing St. Elisabeth church in Berlin, supposedly because the building hosted a warm-up event for September’s “March for Life” – an event that drew some 8,000 attendees. The violent group insisted that their attack was justified because the March for Life champions “fundamentalist, anti-trans, homophobic, anti-Semitic, misogynist, patriarchal and right-wing conservative” speakers.

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Source: Christian Headlines