Italy: Somali 'Refugee' Stabs 5, including a Child in the Throat on the 20th Anniversary of September 11

The media willfully overlooked or downplayed that the stabbings happened on September 11, the 20th anniversary of the Islamic terrorist attacks in the United States of America.

A 26-year-old Somali asylum seeker stabbed 5 people after being asked to show a ticket on a bus in Rimini, Italy. The illegal attacked two female controllers and another two women during his escape. In addition, he slashed the throat of a 6-year-old little boy who was then hospitalized in serious condition.

On Saturday evening, two female conductors approached the Somali who did not have a ticket on a well-traveled bus line. After asking him to purchase one, he pulled out a knife and stabbed both of the women. One of the conductors was stabbed in her shoulder, and the other slashed in her neck. The woman who was stabbed in the throat is in serious condition at the hospital.

The illegal Somali then fled the bus, stabbing two women he encountered on the street. He also stabbed a six-year-old boy in the throat whose parents are from Bangladesh. The blade severed the child’s jugular. The boy was rushed to the hospital and underwent delicate reconstruction surgery of the carotid artery. The boy was supposed to be starting his first day of school on Monday.

While on the run, the Somali tried to steal two motorists’ cars, but his attempts failed. Thanks to tips from witnesses, police were able to locate the refugee and arrest him in the Miramare area.

The Somali had only been in Italy for a few months and recently applied for refugee status. However, he had been in Europe since 2015 and had already applied for refugee status in Denmark, Sweden, Germany, and the Netherlands.

The illegal was being accommodated at a Red Cross establishment and, according to witnesses, has a very violent and aggressive personality.

Rush To Rule Out Terrorism

The Somali did not give authorities an explanation for the mass stabbing attack. However, the left-wing prosecutor’s office and investigators are already going to great lengths to rule out terrorism.

The police admitted that they tried to question the man, and he did not speak Italian. However, despite the man not being able to communicate without an interpreter, police said the Somali told them in broken English he was using cocaine shortly before the attack. Police initially stated that the Somali did not seem drugged nor drunk yesterday when he was arrested.

Italian left-wing media quickly deployed their formula for protecting refugees and Islamic supremacists. First, they reported: “he is not a terrorist,” despite police announcing they do not yet know the Somali’s motives. Next, they rushed to rationalize the attacks. The media shockingly ​alleged he couldn’t be a terrorist since he lived in Europe for the past six years.

The media willfully overlooked or downplayed that the stabbings happened on September 11, the 20th anniversary of the Islamic terrorist attacks in the United States of America.

The weaponized media and their left-wing collaborators do not allow any healthy discussion concerning the motivations of the Somali. Furthermore, they smear anyone engaging in debate over mass-Islamic immigration to Europe or the West. Unfortunately, the media continuously acts as an attorney to defend jihadis and the Islamic ideology that motivates these attacks.

Amy Mek

Investigative Journalist: Banned in parts of Europe, Wanted by Islamic countries, Threatened by terror groups, Hunted by left-wing media, Smeared by Hollywood elites & Fake religious leaders.

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