Muslim Migrant Screaming ‘Allahu Akbar’ Goes On Bloody Motorway Rampage

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The 30-year-old Muslim Man is accused of injuring six people in a series of car crashes in the German capital

The 30-year-old Muslim man is accused of injuring six people in a series of car crashes in the German capital yesterday, which cops fear he carried out deliberately.

“According to the current state of our investigation we assume this was an Islamist-motivated attack”, Berlin’s senator for the interior, Andreas Geisel said.

Martin Steltner, a spokesman for the prosecutor’s office, said: “The man is suspected of having deliberately hunted down motorcycles.”

The suspect is being investigated for three cases of attempted murder, officials said.

Named only as Sarmad A. due to strict German privacy laws, the alleged driver left a haunting last Facebook post around three hours before the “attack”.

He posted a image of himself standing next to an Opel Astra like the one used in the crash rampage.

Next to the image he wrote a brief message praising God.

In another post around the same time he shared more images of the same vehicle.

Sarmad arrived in Germany in 2015, just months after finishing studying graphic design at the College of Fine Arts in Karbala, according to his social media.

One June 8, 2015, he posted a selfie, writing: “Praise be to God, I finished the last exam and finished the school year.”

Just three months later in September he shared an image of himself in Turkey, before being pictured in Germany later that month.

Three of the wounded were severely hurt when Sarmad allegedly drove his Opel Astra into a number of motorbikes, some of which collided with cars, along a stretch of the German capital’s highway.

Six people were hurt, including three seriously.

He stopped his car and put a box on the roof, claiming it had explosives inside, it’s alleged.

The 30-year-old began shouting “Allahu akbar” or “God is great”, according to respected German newspaper Bild.

He then reportedly shouted: “Nobody comes closer, otherwise you will all die!”

The attacker then rolled out a prayer mat on the road and knelt down, according to Der Tagesspiegel.

Armed police were able to overpower him and detain him while bomb specialists found only tools in the box.

Three people on bikes were injured including a fireman who is fighting for his life with severe head and spinal injures.

Another three victims were injured travelling in a car when a motorcyclist collided with them after being rammed by the extremist.

The suspect first hit a car on the highway in the Wilmersdorf neighborhood, then drove into a motorcyclist, leaving him behind with life-threatening injuries.

He hit a second person on a motor scooter and eventually used his car to push a third motorcyclist into the front of another car, prosecutor Steltner said.

The suspect finally got out of his car near the Alboinstrasse exit in Berlin’s Tempelhof district.