OSU jihadi Abdul Artan lived in Pakistan before coming to US as “refugee”

OSU jihadi Abdul Artan lived in Pakistan before coming to US as “refugee”

admin

November 28, 2016

no comments

 

The question of the jihad attacker’s identity seems to be solved now. Also, Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs was refreshingly honest, saying: “I think we have to consider that it is” a terror attack.

“Attack at Ohio State campus: 9 injured, suspect killed by police,” 10TV, November 28, 2016 (thanks to Pamela Geller):

CBS News is reporting that the suspect is a 20-year-old Somali man.
The vehicle involved in the incident is registered to Mohammad Ali from Columbus.

“Ohio State attacker identified as Somali refugee, OSU student,” KARE11.com, November 28, 2016 (thanks to Pamela Geller):

The Associated Press reports a police chief says authorities are looking into whether the attack at Ohio State University was related to terrorism.
Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs was asked at a news conference Monday afternoon whether authorities were considering the possibility that it was a terror attack.
Jacobs says, “I think we have to consider that it is.”
Authorities say a man purposely plowed his car over a curb and into pedestrians on Monday morning before jumping out of the car and attacking people with a butcher knife. A police officer who was nearby because of an earlier gas leak was on the scene in a minute and shot and killed the attacker.
The FBI and other agencies joined the investigation.
Authorities say nine people were hurt, one of them critically.
2:55 p.m.:
NBC News has identified the suspect as 18-year-old Abdul Razak Ali Artan. According to NBC, Artan was a Somali refugee and Ohio State student who left his homeland with his family in 2007. They lived in Pakistan before coming to the U.S., where Artan became a permanent resident in 2014

 

 

Original article courtesy of Jihad Watch

Comments

comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Copyrights © 2014 All rights reserved