The following news story concerns an incident of enricher-on-enricher violence that occurred on Friday at the central train station in Milan. The Italian authorities immediately dismissed any possibility of terrorism, perhaps because both of the victims were Africans. However, the two men that were stabbed may be non-Muslim culture-enrichers — Ivory Coast has a Muslim population of about 39%. Gambia, on the other hand, is about 90% Muslim, so the Gambian victim could well be a Mohammedan.
Many thanks to He Ha for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Below is a brief article about the attack from ANSA:
Two People Stabbed at Milan Train Station
Libyan national arrested, Ivorian and Gambian injured
(ANSA) — Milan, March 8 — A 33-year-old Libyan national was arrested by Carabinieri police on Friday after allegedly stabbing and injuring two passers-by at Milan’s central station, sources said.
The injured people are a 31-year-old Ivorian and a 20-year-old Gambian. The attack is not thought to be terrorism-related, the sources said.
|00:02||The emergency call they received let them assume the worst.|
|00:05||A Northern African had gone wild and wounded some people with a knife.|
|00:09||A 20-year-old Gambian man had been stabbed in the back,|
|00:13||A 31-year-old Ivorian in his hands.|
|00:16||The blade cut some tendons, so (the Ivorian) had surgery in recent hours.|
|00:22||The perpetrator, handcuffed and arrested, is a 33-year-old Libyan man.|
|00:25||If he hadn’t been stopped in time, he would probably have harmed more people.|
|00:29||The knife had been stolen from one of the bars of the Galleria delle Carrozze.|
|00:35||Afterwards, the Libyan man started to wound random people.|
|00:40||The Carabinieri arrived on the scene immediately.|
|00:44||As soon as the mobile unit arrived at the (Milan) station,|
|00:48||they disarmed the man to ensure people’s safety.|
|00:52||Now they’re trying to figure out why the man had decided to target random people.|
|00:56||The terrorist motive has been excluded; investigations continue.
Hat tip for the article: Insubria.