UK: One man stabbed, shoppers chased by knife-wielding Muslima terrorist

A knife-wielding Muslima terrorist chased shoppers in Barnsley Town Center in South Yorkshire, shouting ‘kill, kill, kill’ and ‘I’m not a terrorist’.

South Yorkshire Police put the town center on lockdown amid a ‘serious incident’ this morning.

Police have confirmed a person was arrested after a man was stabbed today, although there has been an ongoing investigation as to whether more people were involved in the attack.

While police have not confirmed whether the gender of the arrested, a number of witnesses said the terrorist was a Muslima.

She reportedly stabbed one man in the shoulder after chasing him through the town center. She tried to stab several others, including a window cleaner and market stall holder before she was arrested in the train station.

Clothing stall owner Abdul Razzaq, 43, saw the Muslima unbox a brand new knife, which he described as being as long as from his elbow to his fingertips, and through the packaging in a nearby bin.

Razzaq said: ‘She started shouting “kill, kill, kill” and was waving the knife around.

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Everybody was scared and people scattered.’

He confronted the woman as she approached him with the knife and she stood just a couple of feet away wielding the blade.

‘I told her “don’t touch anybody, hurt, me, kill me, but don’t touch the other people,”‘ said Razzaq.

‘She kept shouting “kill, kill, kill, kill, kill” over and over again. I told her ‘you are a terrorist’ and she said “I’m no terrorist”.’

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She pursued a white man up and down a road along a hundred yard stretch.

She then tried to stab a window cleaner and tried to stab him before she fled, as well as other passersby. She was finally arrested at the train station by police.

Police cordons have been put in place and a number of markers were laid down where there were blood spatters.