On June 2, 2019, German politician Walter Lübcke was shot in the head at point-blank range for his controversial stance on refugees.
The murder suspect is a right-wing extremist. Other German politicians have also been attacked or threatened, sparking a national debate on right-wing and far-right extremism in Germany.
But how big is the threat? What does far-right terrorism actually mean and what needs to be done to deal with it? Gideon Botsch is an expert on right-wing extremism.
Here’s what he had to say about the problem and its possible solutions.