This video says about itself:
30 May 2013
Twenty years after two women and three children of Turkish origin were killed in an arson attack in western Germany by right-wing extremists, survivors and German officials have remembered those who died. Relatives of the victims of the 1993 attack spoke at a remembrance service of the need to “live in friendship, respect and tolerance”, while the Turkish Deputy Prime Minister spoke out against racism.
Translated from DPA news agency in Germany:
An unknown person has set on fire in northern Germany a multi-family house, in which ten refugees were also housed. A 76-year-old and a 14-year-old girl had to go to a hospital with suspected smoke inhalation poisoning.
According to police the fire had been set on Monday night in the basement of the house. As the smoke went into the stairwell, for a total of 35 residents their escape route was cut off. The firefighters had to rescue people with a ladder.
Refugees in Germany: Arsonists destroy refugee hotel in ‘model’ migrant town Schwabisch Gmund. A model citizen stands proudly in the centre of Germany’s ‘model’ migrant town. But a week before, arsonists tried to shatter this picture of civic harmony by burning down an asylum hostel: here.