Afghan tries to behead Berlin landscape gardener as well as man who rushes to help her
In broad daylight on Saturday afternoon at 1.30 p.m., a 29-year-old "man of Afghan nationality" tried to behead a 58-year-old German landscape gardener in the Berlin district of Wilmersdorf. A courageous 66-year-old who had rushed to the aid of the victim suffered the same fate.
Published: September 6, 2021, 12:27 pm
On Thursday, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, had promised the Taliban €475 000 000 in tax money as “humanitarian aid”. For this sizeable diplomatic ransom, more “local staff” urgently need to be transported to the EU. But the effects of the previous “relocation” of over 300 000 Afghans – illegal according to the EU’s own Dublin regulation – were once again felt this week.
Two “working people” were injured in the brutal knife attack by the Afghan, one of whom critically. They may not feel inclined to want to extend a helping hand to Afghans. The Berlin investigators from the public prosecutor’s office and police even checked an “Islamist background” after the fact – but immediately renounced this in the press release that followed.
The Afghan attacker approached the gardener on Prinzregentenstrasse at the corner of Güntzelstrasse, because he was bothered about the fact that “she worked as a woman”. He then suddenly stabbed her several times in the neck with a knife and seriously injured her. A 66-year-old man rushing to help was also seriously injured by the Afghan with targeted stabs in the neck. Both victims were immediately admitted to intensive care units in Berlin, where they were operated on immediately.
The officers summoned were able to arrest “the mentally ill man” according to mainstream sources and the Berlin Police.
The Afghan had immigrated to Germany in 2016. According to the police, his alleged disease “also played a role in the act”. The 29-year-old appeared before an investigating judge on Sunday and his personal details were recorded. The public prosecutor’s office and the police state security of the Berlin State Criminal Police Office are now investigating, according to their own statement, “the details of the crime and the background to the crime comprehensively”.
Meanwhile Heiko Maas has still not resigned. His own political debacle in Afghanistan and that of his ministerial colleague Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer has left him untouched. Instead, he is implementing plans with German tax money to bring more Afghans to Europe. “Most people (…) will not be able to leave Afghanistan because of the closed borders. (…) That’s why you have to help the people in Afghanistan now, and for that you also have to speak to the Taliban,” German daily Die Welt quoted Maas.
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