#Limburg: migrant decapitates wife publically
In province of Limburg, Germany, a resident of Tunisian origin decapitated his wife in the street in broad deadlight. German police has issued a statement, prohibiting to post in social media or elsewhere the murder VIDEO.
Reportedly the Tunisian has “refugee“status or is claiming it. According to reports he has committed the murder in the street, first riding over his wife with a car, and then chopping her head off with an ax, he took from of the car. German left politicians insist the savage crime has nothing to do with Muslim religion, but is a case of “uxoricide“, regarding the act of barbaric #Libmurg murder as man-woman relationship drama.
The decapitation of a women by the Tunisian “refugee” happened in a context of the growing security concerns of the Europeans, facing influx of migrants from Africa. According to the World Bank 500 million of Africans have no birth certificate, and subsequently it is impossible to establish their identities. After the overthrow of the Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi, the terrorist threat from radical Islam in Maghreb has risen, and grown 300 percent in the last five years.
The #Limburg décapitation of the woman by her Tunisian husband causes grave concerns of Europeans, recognising in the method of murder the barbarism of Islamic state terrorists. The social media, in contract to German state media does not shy away from legitimate questions on the curriculum of the assailant, and threat he represented to the community, hosting him.
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