It could be purely coincidental that these attacks follow the pattern of previous jihad attacks. It may be absolute happenstance that Muslims in nearby Wuppertal recently became outraged when asked not to “pray provocatively” at a school. German authorities are being tight-lipped, so no solid conclusions can be drawn. What we do know is that jihad groups have repeatedly called for attacks on civilians in Europe and North America, and that authorities have in many cases been extremely reluctant to admit that a particular attack was a jihad attack, even when it was obvious. That’s why incidents such as this one bear watching.
“Second MACHETE attack in Dusseldorf hours after axe rampage at city station,” by Rebecca Perring, Express, March 10, 2017:
AN 80-YEAR-OLD man has been attacked with a machete in Dusseldorf, just hours after a Kosovan went on a rampage with an axe in the German city’s railway station.
A manhunt has been launched for a man who is on the loose following the attack in a forest, according to reports.
Teachers and pupils in a nearby school, Theodor-Fliedner-Gymnasium, have been told to stay inside.
The victim has been rushed to hospital and police say the injuries are not life threatening.
The incident comes just hours after seven people were left injured in Dusselford [sic] rail station after a man went on a rampage with an axe.
Police say the attacks are not connected and have deployed more forces as the hunt gets underway.
A spokesman said: “According to the current understanding, there is no connection with the yesterday’s situation at the central station.”…