The nonwhite Afghan terrorist who attacked commuters on a train in Bavaria invaded Germany in 2015 as an “unaccompanied minor” claiming to be a refugee, the Bavarian Interior Minister has confirmed.
The ISIS press agency Amaq has announced that he “executed the operation in response to calls to target nations in the coalition fighting the Islamic state.”
The refugee-terrorist Muhammad Riyad had been living in Würzburg since March, Die Welt newspaper reported, and after staying in refugee accommodation for several months, he had moved to live with a “foster family” in the nearby town of Ochsenfurt just two weeks ago.
That house has been searched and the “foster family” questioned, police said, after an ISIS flag had been found among the nonwhite invader’s possessions. He was being cared for by the Catholic organization known as the Kolping Society, the Bild newspaper revealed.
The ax-attacker is just the latest in a long line of nonwhite terrorists to have entered Europe in 2015 after they were invited into Germany by Angela Merkel.
Other refugee-terrorists took part in the Paris attacks, the Brussels attacks, and a large number of others have been arrested before they could put their plans into operation.
In the latest incident, the refugee-terrorist attacked about 20 passengers with an ax while shouting “Allahu Akbar” on a regional train in Würzburg. At least four people have been seriously injured, while others sustained light wounds.
Either the attacker or one of the passengers pulled the emergency stop on the train, and the refugee-terrorist jumped off, apparently hoping to make an escape.
He then attacked another passerby—a woman, but did not injure her seriously—before a nearby specialist police squad (ironically investigating another unrelated nonwhite invader violent incident), responded to the distress call and tracked the Afghan down, shooting him dead.
Official statistics have revealed that almost half of all “unaccompanied minors” posing as refugees in Bavaria come from Afghanistan. Another 17.5 percent in that federal state claim to come from Syria, 10 percent come from Eritrea, and 7.5 percent from Somalia.
As of the end of March 2016, more than 15,500 invader-minors—or at least, those claiming to be minors—were being housed in Bavaria courtesy of the Germany taxpayer.
The controlled media tried as long as it could to pretend there was no Islamic or ISIS link to the attack, insisting that the “motives were vague” and refusing to link the attack to the issue of the fake refugee invasion of Europe.
However, their lies were definitively exposed by the release of a video made by Riyad before the attack,in which he warns in Pashto that he was going to carry out an “operation” in Germany, as “soldier of the caliphate.”
He says: “I am one of the soldiers of the Islamic Caliphate, and I am going to conduct an attack in Germany. It is about time to stop you from coming to our homes, killing our families, and getting away with it.”