Vienna Muslim terrorist posed with weapons, pledged allegiance to ISIS before murdering 4 in shooting attack

BREAKING: The Vienna Muslim terrorist posed with weapons on Instagram and pledged allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi before murdering four people in a shooting rampage last night.

The Muslim terrorist has been identified as Kujtim Fejzulai, a 20-year-old dual citizen of Austria and North Macedonia who had been sentenced to 22 months in prison in April 2019 for trying to join ISIS in Syria but freed early and deemed “incapable of attack”.

Interior minister Karl Nehammer said the terrorist had been released early due to his young age.

Investigators are probing his now-closed Instagram account where he posted pictures of bullets, declared that ISIS “remains and is expanding,” and pledged allegiance to ISIS.

The jihadist began his attack at 8 pm near the central synagogue armed with an automatic rifle, pistol and machete. He marauded through the streets wearing a fake explosives belt, murdering two men, two women and wounding 22 others before being shot and eliminated by police.

A police officer is now in stable condition after it was reported earlier that he was fighting for his life.

According to reports, the Muslim terrorist sent two possible accomplices a video of the 2015 terror attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo.

Austrian police have arrested 14 suspected Muslim terrorists in raids linked to the terror attack and have found no evidence that a second shooter was involved.

The terror attack comes after a series of deadly Muslim terror attacks in France.