“Syrian Refugee” Impales Kazakh Migrant, Stabs Him to Death with Samurai Sword in Broad Daylight (VIDEO)
In February 2017 German Chancellor Angela Merkel told reporters, “Islam is not the source of terror.”
Then in May 2017, after Islamists tried to blow up a bus carrying a top German soccer team, Merkel told reporters that “there is no doubt” that some refugees pose a security threat.
Germany, a country of 80 million, received over one million migrants and unvetted “refugees” in 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel expected another million migrants in 2016.
In 2016 Islamic extremists murdered 22 people in Germany in seven different attacks.
Earlier this week a “Syrian refugee” impaled a Kazakh man sitting in his car with a Samurai sword in broad daylight.
Here is the horrific video from Germany:
Breitbart reported on the shocking attack.
A local news bureau reported “shock” in the German city of Stuttgart after a 36-year-old man was hacked to death with what appeared to be a katana-type sword in the middle of the street on Wednesday afternoon.
The attack took place in front of dozens of witnesses and was filmed by passers-by on mobile phones from multiple angles, and saw a man, a 36-year old German resident of Kazakhstan origin, lying on the floor and being repeatedly hacked at and stabbed with a sword, reports German newspaper Bild.
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