Hajer Harzi, a board member of the Al Houda mosque in Geleen, received serious threats after she spoke to a parliamentary committee investigating the possible influence of extremist ideology from abroad on Dutch mosques. "You wouldn't wish that on anyone," Harzi said on talk show Op 1. She reported the threats to the police.
Two suspects were arrested in an investigation into two foundations in Geleen. They turned themselves in at a police station in Venlo at the police's request. One suspect, 38, is suspected of money laundering, participation in a criminal organization with terrorist intent, recruiting for the Syrian civil war, and financing terrorism. The other suspect, 34, is suspected of money laundering, NU.nl reports.