Amidst the flooding of Germany with new migrants from the Middle East — many of whom are suspected jihadist fighters ISIS claims to have planted among the refugees — comes this stark reminder of what happens when Islamist extremists roam free among us.
As the International Business Times reports:
German police have killed a suspected Islamist after he attacked a policewoman with a knife in Berlin. Rafik Mohamad Yousef, a 41-year-old Iraqi, lived in the city and was considered part of the capital’s Islamist scene.
“He had been convicted of being a member of a terrorist association and of being involved in a plot to murder the Iraqi prime minister Ayad Allawi,” Berlin police said on Twitter. Prosecution service spokesman Martin Steltner identified the man as “Rafik Y”.
A passer-by called police to report of the incident on Heerstrasse, in western Berlin’s Spandau area. Four police cars reached the area; the man attacked one of the officers who got out of her car was subsequently shot dead by the other officers.
The 41-year-old died of his injuries, according to dpa German news agency. The policewoman injured in the attack was flown to a hospital in a rescue helicopter. Berlin’s homicide squad is currently investigating the case.
What else do we have in store from the “Religion of Peace”?