On Friday, an Islamic refugee drove a huge truck into a crowd of people in Stockholm, Sweden, killing four people and injuring many more.
Rakhmat Akilov, 39, confessed to the terror attack, saying “I am a Muslim and a support ISIS.” He claimed the order to carry out the attack came directly from the terror group in Syria.
One of the women killed was Maïlys Dereymaeker, who was waiting for friends from work when the jihadist struck. She was the first victim to be hit by the speeding beer truck and died instantly at the scene.
Her body was so mangled, that it took forensic experts two days to identify the Belgian mother of one. Ironically her job as a psychologist was working with asylum seekers facing deportation – just like that of her killer, who had been ordered by Sweden back to his home country of Uzbekistan.
According to Daily Mail, Dereymaeker was the second victim to be identified after Briton Crispin Bevington, 41, was named on Monday.
In the wake of the attack, Swedish politicians have demanded greater powers to monitor failed asylum seekers, after the revelation that the alleged killer had been told to leave the country in December. He was given four weeks to leave, but disappeared from his last known address.
Perhaps Swedish politicians should point the finger at themselves for allowing so many potentially dangerous individuals into their small country. Sweden has taken in more refugees per capita than any other European nation. Violent crime has skyrocketed since the wave of asylum seekers has invaded the generous nation.