Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Islamic State Is Claiming Its First Terror Attack In Germany

Daily Mail: Revealed: Afghan refugee, 17, had been with his German foster family for TWO WEEKS before he went on axe rampage on a train after being 'self-radicalised' and making a hand-made ISIS flag

* Attacker went on the rampage on a train near Wurzburg targeting 15 people
* Two critically injured after an attack with 'cutting and stabbing weapons'
* A 17-year-old Afghan refugee has since been shot dead by armed police
* ISIS have claimed the teenage attacker was an 'Islamic State fighter'
* Attack will put pressure on Angela Merkel and her open door policy to refugees

An Afghan refugee who went on an axe rampage on a German train had only been living with his foster family for two weeks and may have been self radicalised after he was found to have made an ISIS flag.

The 17-year-old attacker was gunned down by armed police after fleeing the scene near the city of Wurzburg, 70 miles north of Nuremberg last night.

He shouted 'Allahu Akbar' during the incident and the terror group have claimed that he was an 'Islamic State fighter', making it the first ISIS attack in Germany.

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More News On The Islamic State Claiming Its First Terror Attack In Germany

Several injured in attack on train near W├╝rzburg, southern Germany -- DW
IS group claims responsibility for train attack in Germany -- AP
Islamic State flag found in room of German train attacker -- Reuters
Germany axe attack: Assault on train in Wurzburg injures HK family -- BBC
Islamic State claims Afghan teen implicated in German train attack as its own -- Washington Post
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Ax Attack on German Train -- NYT
Afghan Train Attacker in Germany Had Adopted Radical Islamist Ideology -- WSJ
Germany train axe attack: Recap as 18 injured after teenage refugee shouted 'Allahu Akbar' and hacked passengers -- Mirror
ISIL flag found in room of German train attacker -- Al Jazeera
Hand-painted ISIS flag found in room of Bavaria train attacker, terror group claims responsibility -- RT

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