Tuesday, May 30, 2023

CCTV footage of Brussels terror attack shows knife- wielding Jihadi migrant shouting ‘Allah hu Akbar’


Brussels (Belgium): A shocking CCTV video has surfaced from the European country Belgium where a knife-wielding man can be seen brutally stabbing and attacking locals at Brussels-South station with a knife. The matter is under investigation.

Indicating that Islamic terrorism is spreading across Europe, a video has emerged showing an assailant with a knife running a rampage in the streets of Brussels-south station in Belgium.

The video shows a man stabbing locals one after another while hollering slogans that say “Allah hu Akbar”. The attacker first settles his bag to the bench, and later goes on a riot run by stabbing all nearby locals.

An investigation is underway, and no one is said to be seriously injured.

Many attacks took place across streets in Stockholm and other major cities in Sweden. All had its root in Islamic extremism. Now, this extremism has seeped through many countries in Europe to reach its headquarters in Brussels.

There is criticism that the increasing violence is reported because of the policy of European countries welcoming migrants with open arms. A number of extremist attacks were reported in Sweden last year.

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