The neo-Nazi group ‘Nordadler’ (‘northern eagle’), active mainly on social media, has been banned in Germany by the Minister of the Interior Horst Seehofer. The measure is valid in four Laender Germans, where police measures were taken. “Far-right extremism and anti-Semitism have no place on twitter,” he said on Twitter the ministry spokesman, Steve Alter. According to the ministry, the group – ‘Northern Eagle’ – follows an ideology Nazi, its members refer to Adolf Hitler and they use symbols is language of the Nazi regime. In recent months they had exulted over the attack on the synagogue of Halle, where a 28-year-old German, after trying to enter the place of worship, had killed two people who were nearby. Nordadler is the third group of extreme right to be banned in Germany in the current year.