Police say both women may be guilty of incitement to hatred. The police also tweeted the message in other languages, including English, French and German. "Why is the official page of police in NRW tweeting in Arabic", Beatrix von Storch, a member of the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD), wrote in a December 31 tweet. "Why is an official police site from North Rhine-Westphalia tweeting in Arabic?" she wrote. However, von Storch took particular offense to the Arabic version.
In December, the social network booted Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen, who famously posted three bigoted anti-Muslim videos that were later shared by President Donald Trump, as well as least two other accounts tied to the United Kingdom -based group in what became known as the #TwitterPurge.
Alice Weidel said on Facebook that authorities were submitting to "imported, marauding, groping, abusive, knife-stabbing migrant mobs". Cologne police have already filed a criminal complaint, with Press Officer Thomas Held explaining that it was a normal procedure.
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When von Storch regained access to her social media account she posted that she had been "censored", adding that 'This is the end of the constitutional state'.
"We need to have the courage to fight for our principles", she said, citing Ronald Reagan's remark that "freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction".
In June, in a question on Facebook of whether firearms should be used against women and children trying to cross the German border, Von Storch answered "yes".
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Beatrix von Storch tweeted her objections to Saturday's tweet in which she strongly criticised the Muslims.
If she were to be charged and convicted, the granddaughter of Adolf Hitler's finance minister could be fined or go to prison for up to three years.
"Political correctness has led to a situation where a lot of severe problems can no longer be addressed openly", Ms von Storch told Neue Osnabruecker Zeitung daily. The anti-immigration, anti-Muslim group is the first far-right party to enter the German parliament since 1961.
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In 2016, the party published a manifesto declaring Islam as "not welcome" in Germany.