Dresden: Did the ISIS terrorist murder out of gay hatred?

Since my angel is no longer guarding me, he can freely unfold his wings and split the silence of the stars – because he no longer has to hold the fearful hands of my lonely night – since my angel no longer guarded me. (Rainer Maria Rilke)

Dresden / Krefeld – There are moving words in the obituary notice of a seriously injured man. They are the words of a man who lost his friend in the terrorist knife attack in Dresden. They are words from Oliver (53) from Cologne, who lost his partner Thomas L. (55) from Krefeld in Dresden. Oliver was seriously injured himself in the attack by ISIS terrorist Abdullah Al Haj Hasan, 20.

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Motive for murder: hatred of gays?

After the terrorist attack on the homosexual couple, according to BILD information, homophobia was the only conclusive motive for the criminal investigation. In fact, the captured ISIS terrorist takes a radical Islamic view.

Before and during the serving of a three-year prison sentence (release only five days before the murder), Abdullah Al Haj Hasan made no secret of his convictions.

Haj Hasan looked for instructions on building explosive belts online, tried to find allies. In the asylum home he threatened a refugee of Christian faith: “I will slaughter you today. You have a big mouth and I’ll cut off your tongue, you Christian. “

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The terrorist used the kitchen knife he had bought as a weapon

Photo: Roland Halkasch / dpa

Hatred of those who think differently is clearly evident in the Syrian who is classified as a threat. The authorities believe that he saw Oliver and Thomas L. as a couple in Dresden on October 4th and attacked them with the kitchen knife. The older homosexual died, the younger survived seriously injured.


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