UK: Muslim terrorist carrying a samurai sword arrested at train station in Kent

A 23-year-old Muslim terrorist has been arrested after armed police units were called to reports of a person carrying a large sword at Dartford train station in Kent, England.

Footage taken at the scene shows a bearded Muslim terrorist being escorted out of the station by a number of officers, one of whom appears to be holding a samurai sword-like blade in a sheath.

Officers took out a taser during the arrest, but it was not used, according to a police statement on the incident. No injuries were reported.

British Transport Police said officers were called to the station just before 12:45pm on Friday after receiving reports of a man in possession of “a large knife.”

The Muslim terrorist was detained on the platform and arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon.

“This incident is not currently believed to be terror-related,” police said.

 

Earlier this week, police arrested a Muslim terrorist for attempted murder after he was seen waving a huge machete at a south London railway station.

Footage taken by a train passenger, shows the machete-wielding Muslim terrorist being neutralized by officers on a platform at Tulse Hill station at around 6.25pm.

There were no reported injuries, although police later said that the terrorist had been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.