The police in Germany arrested ten people on suspicion of planning an Islamist terrorist attack.
The arrests took place after about 200 police officers in Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate raided.
The men had The prosecution plead for "killing as many 'infidels as possible."
"They've already contacted various arms dealers, hired a large vehicle and collected financial assets to use for buying weapons and executing the scheduled killings," a prosecutors spokeswoman said.
The suspects are between 20 and 20 and 42 years old and several Germans are German citizens, the spokeswoman added.
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The men were arrested on charges of terrorist financing and criminal conspiracy (19659014) $ 22,500) in cash during the raids as well as several knives, drugs, a number electronic devices and documents.
Germany was on high alert after several attacks by the jihadist in recent years.
The deadliest was December 2016, when a man drove a truck into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12 people.
Anis Amri, the Tunisian behind the attack, was shot dead in Italy four days later.