German residency permit suggests refugee. This may be another act of violence whose blame may be laid on Merkel’s open borders policy.
Authorities in Amsterdam say a 19-year-old Afghan citizen who was shot and detained after a double stabbing at the city’s main railway station had a “terrorist motive.” The Dutch capital’s government said in a statement Saturday that investigators reached the conclusion based on the suspect’s first statements to police.
The suspect allegedly stabbed two American tourists on Friday before police shot and wounded him. He holds a German residency permit and was identified as Jawed S. in line with Dutch privacy rules.
The Americans suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries and are recovering in a hospital. Their identities have not been released.
For the third time in a hundred years, Germany has brought death, disaster and countless suffering to Europe. It hasn’t only endangered people within its borders, but across all of Europe.