The 21-year-old Turk, named only as Burhan Y., was arrested at Langen south of Frankfurt and is a suspected helper for the banned Islamic Jihad Union (IJU), a group with roots in
His brother Adem Yilmaz was one of three men arrested in September 2007 after allegedly being found with over 700 kilos (1,500 pounds) of hydrogen peroxide, the substance used in the deadly 2005 attacks on
Burhan Y. is suspected of handing over equipment including a digital camera and binoculars to an IJU courier in
According to the U.S. State Department, the Islamic Jihad Union was responsible for coordinated bombings outside the
Members have been trained in explosives by al Qaeda instructors and the group has ties to Osama bin Laden and fugitive Taliban leader Mullah Omar, the U.S. State Department says.