A week after the attack in Vienna, under the code name “Operation Luxor,” almost a thousand police officers stormed over 60 houses and apartments belonging to families and associations that are alleged to have links with the Austrian Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.
To date, not one person has been arrested.
Nehammer, to whom the perpetrator of 2nd November attack was reported to beforehand, was personally present during the raids. Prosecutors insisted that the raids were not connected to the 2nd November attack, but were the result of an investigation stretching back over more than a year.
It was the most elaborate operation in the history of Austria’s Ministry for Protection the Constitution, and, it is suspected by many that Austria’s judiciary and police have attempted to show their support for the Israeli and Egyptian authorities in their fight against the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, while also pursuing the agenda to silence outspoken Muslim activists.
Indeed, at no moment in the more than the year-long investigation, was any evidence uncovered surrounding a direct terrorist threat in Austria.