The Islamic State claims responsibility of another attack in Germany, where teen attacked train passengers with an axe and knife that left five people wounded.
An hour after a 17-year old Afghan asylum seeker attacked several passengers in Wuerzburg-Heidingsfeld, the group posted on its official news site, Aamaq, claiming the said attack executed by the teen refugee.
The teen suspect was shot and killed by the German special police unit responding to the “terror attack.”
The state police investigators also said that the attacker left note to his father stating “pray for me that I can take revenge on these infidels.”
In the said Isis’ statement, the group identified the attacker as a “member of the Islamic State,” and the attack was carried out in response to the rebel group’s calls to target countries that belongs to anti-ISIS coalition.
Meanwhile, the Germany security official said in an interview, that the authority found a hand-painted flag of the terrorist group in the Afghan attacker’s room.