A man believed to have killed several american naval base on Friday, laid the manifesto on Twitter before the attack.
A soldier from the saudi air force took a short manifesto on Twitter before Friday, according to u.s. authorities killed three persons at a naval base in the state of Florida.
this was stated by The Site Intelligence Group, an american ngo that monitors jihadist media. It writes the AFP news agency.
the Ngo has identified the man who in his manifesto, writes:
- I am against evil, and America as a whole has become an evil nation.
- I'm not against you, just because you are americans, I hate you not because of your freedoms, I hate you, because In every day support, fund and commits a crime not just against muslims, but also against humanity.
the Information from the Site has not been confirmed by u.s. authorities. According to ABC News, investigators to examine whether the text has actually been written by him, which has been identified as the perpetrator.
the Twitter account, which published the manifesto, has been shut down. The account in question had condemned american support for Israel, and had, among other things, a quote from the former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
the Perpetrator managed to kill three with the shot in a educational building at the base Naval Air Station Pensacola, before he was even skuddræbt.
in Addition, several were injured, including two cops, who moved out to the shooting.
Captain Timothy Kinsella, who is commander at the base, indicating that the offender received the training in the air force. He was one of "a few hundred" foreign students on the base.
Naval Air Station Pensacola is located near Florida's border to the state of Alabama and is a major training site for fleet.
working of 16,000 military personnel and 7400 civilians on the base.
President Donald Trump wrote on Friday evening Danish time on Twitter that he spoke with Saudi Arabia's king Salman after the shooting, and that the king said sorry.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 07 December 2019, 05:00