Syrian ISIS terrorist was under observation when he stabbed a man to death

Syrian ISIS terrorist was under observation by authorities on the day he stabbed a tourist to death in Germany.

It has reported that the murder, Abdullah AHH, 20, expressed the desire to “slaughter Christians and cut out their tongues” upon arrest on Wednesday, October 21.

AHH had only just been released from jail five days prior to attacking his victim, Thomas L, 55, on Wednesday, October 4. Unfortunately, the stab wounds that resulted from the attack were fatal and the victim died.

In the altercation, another man, 53, was also seriously injured in Dresden, Germany.

The terrorist had served a prison term of two years and nine months in 2018 at 18-years-old after “posing a threat to public safety”, just three years after arriving in Germany from Aleppo as an unaccompanied minor and was granted refugee status in 2015 due to the civil war that he had fled from.

As a result of the Dresden attack, AHH has been charged with murder, attempted murder and dangerous physical harm however cannot be deported back to his own country due to the ongoing civil war.

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