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A horrific terror attack happened on Monday in Germany as a 17-year-old Afghanistan refugee went on a rampage.

The young refugee stormed the train and yelled “Allahu Akbar” as he began wielding an axe and hacking passengers.

18 people were injured and three are in critical condition fighting for their lives.

The attack happened near the Wurzburg-Heidingsfeld station and there are videos online that show the aftermath of the horrific terrorist strike.

The local police responded to the scene quickly and the terrorist was shot and killed as he attempted to charge the cops with the axe.

The Mirror in the UK is reporting that an ISIS flag was found in the room of the attacker and that he became a terrorist on his own. He was Muslim, but didn’t belong to any formal organization, but idolized ISIS.

This morning, ISIS is claiming responsibility for the attack.

Mr. Herman, the Bavarian interior minister said this about the attacker.

“Because of the behavior of this young man in recent months, people who knew him don’t understand his actions at all. He was described as ‘calm’ and ‘quiet’, someone who went to the mosque for specific occasions but not any other times.”

There was some criticism for shooting the axe wielding boy, but the interior minister praised the police.

“He was arrested but had aggressive behavior and tried to attack members of the police and that’s when they started shooting and he was killed. I would like to thank the security forces for their very quick and effective actions. There’s no reason to criticize the police, we thank the police very much for their actions.”

It seems every single day there is a different terrorist attack across the world. They have used trucks, axes and bullets to kill in the past few days. It doesn’t not seem like they are on the run like Obama proclaims.

What are your thoughts on the many recent terrorist attacks in Europe? Let us know in the comments below.

Morgan Mayhew
Morgan is a freelance writer for a variety of publications covering popular culture, societal behavior and the political influences of each.