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Mannheim attacker shows no remorse, misbehaves with hospital staff

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The newspaper Bild reported that the Mannheim attacker, who had been in a coma after being shot by the police, has regained consciousness and is currently in intensive care.

The paper mentioned that Suleiman Atayi shows no remorse for his actions and has behaved poorly with hospital staff.

This Afghan refugee attacked a gathering of right-wing critics of Islam in Mannheim on Friday, June 1st, injuring six people, including a police officer. The police officer later succumbed to his injuries in the hospital, and the attacker himself was severely wounded by police gunfire. Sources informed Bild that the attacker’s left leg is currently numb.

Despite the severity of his condition, this Afghan refugee has shown no remorse for his actions. The motive behind the attack remains unclear, but the Federal Prosecutor’s Office, which is handling the investigation, believes that the attack was driven by the assailant’s extremist ideologies.

Suleiman Atayi is originally from Herat and previously lived with his German wife and two children. This incident has raised concerns about the growth of extremism and related violence in Germany.

In response to this attack, German authorities have altered their policy towards Afghan refugees. The Chancellor and Interior Minister of Germany have announced that criminal Afghan migrants will be deported to their home country.

In recent years, Germany has experienced an increase in knife attacks carried out by extremist refugees. These attacks have sparked widespread fear and concern among the public. Authorities have linked these violent incidents to radical ideologies adopted by some refugees.

To address this growing threat, German law enforcement has intensified its monitoring of extremist activities among the refugee population. They are implementing stricter measures to prevent such attacks and ensure public safety.

Additionally, Germany has begun forcibly deporting refugees who are found guilty of criminal activities. This policy aims to maintain security and order within the country. The government’s stance is that individuals who pose a threat to society should not be allowed to remain in Germany, and deportation serves as a deterrent for others considering criminal actions.

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