Germany: Syrian Migrant Kills Man With Sword in Broad Daylight — State Media Refuses to Report

A Syrian migrant brutally killed a man with a sword during a broad daylight attack in Stuttgart, Germany.

The horrific incident was seen by numerous witnesses and began after the 28-year-old Syrian got into a heated argument with his 36-year-old German-Kazakh roommate.

A video of the incident shows the perpetrator ruthlessly plunging the sword into the victim as he lay on the ground. According to reports, the victim had his arm completely hacked off.

Although the reason for the conflict is unknown, the perpetrator was heard repeatedly asking his victim, “Why have you done that?”

“The perpetrator attempted to escape using a bicycle, but police, who were pursuing him by helicopter, were eventually able to capture him,” reports Sputnik.

#Breaking: Just in – A Syrian migrant has killed a German local citizen in the city of #Stuttgart in #Germany with a sword like weapon, the person killed received so many slashes and stabs that the person would not be recognizable anymore. pic.twitter.com/7hTZ1S3Q91

— Sotiri Dimpinoudis (@sotiridi) August 1, 2019

Update: Into looking on the case of that Syrian migrant who killed that man on the streets of #Stuttgart, in #Germany. 

He obtained papers in Germany back in mid 2015 and had staying with that person house for a period of time before having a scuffle with that guy and killed him yesterday but footage came forward today, the suspect was often known to the police as a aggressive offender but never received any punishment for his deeds. 

But police didn’t gave any details if he was a Illegal migrant or Refugee, as the UN migration prohibits the countries who signed that, now for giving these information to the public to discriminate against migrants in general.

Brutal sword attack in broad daylight in Stuttgart/Fasanenhof🇩🇪, victim (36 m) dies on the scene.

Suspect escapes on bike, is caught later that evening.

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via @CUlfhednar https://t.co/T9GKi1MXH0 pic.twitter.com/Vv57mV4xRy

— trutzblut (@trutzblut) August 1, 2019

The shocking incident is likely to stir more debate over the influx of Syrian migrants into Germany over the last few years.

On Monday, an 8-year-old boy was killed after being hit by a high speed train when an Eritrean migrant pushed him and his mother onto the tracks at Frankfurt’s main station. [1]

German state sponsored media refuses to report on Stuttgart sword murder

After receiving many questions on why Deutschlandfunk has not reported on the barbaric sword murder of a Kazakh father (36) in Stuttgart by a man originally believed to be a Syrian but might actually be Jordanian Palestinian (28) according to the tabloid Bild.

The state sponsored broadcaster released the following statement claiming the attack was not of national importance or societal significance unlike the case of a mother and her 8-year-old son being pushed in front of a train by an Eritrean in the same week in Frankfurt.

The statement further reads that the outlet was filled with sadness and disbelief but the nationality of the attacker does not justify reporting on it despite the debate on social media.

Instead the Deutschlandfunk states that enough regional and local outlets reported on it, which are available to everyone online.

Interestingly enough the same outlet deemed stories that two thirds of Fridays-for-Future-Protesters are female and near accidents at Lake Constance worthy of articles and national interest on the same day.

Alice Weidel of the right-wing AfD tweeted the following and included a picture of the perpetrator holding a sword without showing the victim:

Children are pushed in front of trains, women are found stabbed 70 times in a suitcase and men are butchered with machetes in the streets… One hardly finds any words.

Achim Kessler of the Left party is now pressing charges against Alice Weidel for spreading inhumane and violent material for the mentioned tweet.

A political news editor for NTV even falsely claimed that Mrs. Weidel was spreading the video of the attack and should face prison and a 75.000 fine as she would in France.

What both of them don’t mention is that German law is very clear on allowing even materials as described by them to be distributed for reporting purposes or that the Welt used actual footage from the attack for an article.

An article by Bild with a more graphic picture of the man holding what looks like a bloodied katana is also available online.

Leaving the question open if they would also like to charge these media outlets with something

In the meantime police have released further shocking details of the attack. The 11-year-old daughter of the victim was present during the murder of her father and ran away in shock.

Issa Mohammed, the attacker was arrested two and a half hours later 4 kilometers away from the crime scene. [2]

Sources: [1] Summit.news; [2] VoiceOfEurope.com