The German news magazine Der Spiegel talks about a rising concern in Greece after the killing of two Golden Dawn members on the evening of Friday November 1st in Neo Irakleio, a suburb in the northern part of Athens, Greece. Spiegel fears that after the double murder the country could slide back to political instability.
The shooting of the Golden Dawn members made the headlines in all the international media. With an article entitled “Greece fears the revenge of neo-Nazis” which was published in the magazine’s internet version, Spiegel wrote that the authorities in Greece were waiting long for the terrorist attack that happened photographing far left organizations. The Anti-terrorist department of Greek Police has undertaken to investigate the case.
In addition, the article mentions the murder of Pavlos Fyssas, noting that the double murder outside the headquarters of Golden Dawn in Neo Irakleio could be in revenge for the death of the 34-year-olf hip hop artist. Finally the Spiegel states that after the killing of Pavlos Fyssas, far right Greek political party of Golden Dawn had lost a big part of its popularity and that it now tries to us the recent double murder to serve its own purposes.