Police are currently looking for several men of Arab descent after a stabbing at a church in Saxony on Christmas Eve. Reports say that the church had invited the needy to spend Christmas Eve together and sometime during the night an argument involving a Syrian man broke out. The man then left and a short time later several people of Arab descant returned and another argument began at which time 2 people were stabbed.
Just days earlier the Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin was evacuated due to reports of a suspicious package. Two men of Syrian origins who police say were acting suspiciously were detained for questioning. The market is the same one that an isis terrorist attacked in 2016 killing 12 and injuring 50.