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Ahmad Alhaw, 26, admitted murdering one person and injuring six in HamburgProsecutors said he had wanted to ‘kill as many German Christians as possible’The failed Palestinian asylum seeker wanted to ‘contribute to jihad’, they added
A Palestinian asylum seeker has admitted murdering one man and wounding six others in an ‘Islamist attack’ at a Hamburg supermarket last year.
Ahmad Alhaw said he ‘takes responsibility for the very serious crimes he committed and explicitly recognises his guilt regarding all the charges,’ the defendant’s lawyer Christoph Burchard told judges in a high-security courtroom today.
Prosecutors told the court in Hamburg that it was ‘important’ to Alhaw, 26, to ‘kill as many German nationals of the Christian faith as possible’.
‘He wanted his actions to be viewed in the context of an
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