Caught on camera – Germany: Muslim migrant kills man with a samurai sword in broad daylight

Caught on camera - Germany: Muslim migrant kills man with a samurai sword in broad daylight

German police have arrested a Muslim migrant who carried out a brutal murder in broad daylight in the streets of the quiet southern city of Stuttgart.

The cold-blooded murder took place on Wednesday, reportedly after a dispute broke out between ex-roommates.

The 36-year-old victim, a German-Kazakh man, was attacked with a weapon described as a “samurai sword.”

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Police launched a full-on manhunt, apprehending the 28-year-old murderer, who’d fled the scene on a bicycle.

The migrant murderer is registered in Germany as a Syrian. However, local sources reported that he is a so-called Palestinian from Jordan, who falsely claimed to be a Syrian refugee.

Video footage filmed by a witness shows the Muslim migrant standing in the street as he raises and thrusts a long sword towards the ground, repeatedly slashing the victim, and hysterical bystanders screaming at him to stop.

The victim’s body is obscured by a car.

The man is believed to have died at the scene, despite reports of witnesses desperately trying to save him.

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Earlier this week, an Eritrean ‘refugee’ murdered an 8-year-old boy by pushing him and his mother under a train in Frankfurt.

Horrified witnesses say they saw the African migrant push the child and his mother, 40, in front of a high-speed InterCity Express at Frankfurt’s main station.

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The boy’s mother was able to save herself by rolling into a narrow gap between tracks, but she lost hold of her son who was fatally hit by the oncoming train.

The 40-year-old Eritrean murderer had previously been featured in a Swiss booklet as an example of successful integration, it has emerged.

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