This would be easier to believe were mental illness not so often invoked, even in clear cases of jihad violence. Ahmed’s behavior toward Nicole could have been a manifestation of the culture of violence created in an environment where the society’s foundational holy text commands men to beat women from whom they “fear disobedience” (Qur’an 4:34). This is similar to the way in which that same foundational text’s calls for violence against unbelievers (2:191, 4:89, 9:5, 9:29, 47:4, etc.) are going to give rise to jihad violence.
“Alleged killer should be permanently in psychiatric prison,” translated from “Mutmaßlicher Killer soll dauerhaft in Psychoknast,” by Markus Langner and Karl Keim, Bild, March 7, 2023 (thanks to Medforth):
Leipzig – Almost three years after the murder of Nicole Z. († 25) at a railway site on Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse in Leipzig, the suspect is finally in court. The public prosecutor’s office has now applied to the Leipzig Regional Court for the so-called “implementation of a security procedure” against a Bulgarian (22) who is said to have killed the woman.
According to the conviction of senior public prosecutor Ricardo Schulz, the then 19-year-old Ahmed N. killed a 25-year-old woman on the night of “March 15, 2020 and thus committed manslaughter.”
After the discovery of a female body on the railway premises in Leipzig, it is clear: the 25-year-old German was killed!
Passers-by discovered the body on March 15 on the railway premises. The dead had severe injuries to the upper body. A year later, prosecutors and police reported that a suspect could be placed in a psychiatric hospital.
The investigating authorities assume that Ahmed N. “committed the act while in a state of insanity.” Nevertheless, the aim is to prevent the man from walking free. The security procedure is intended to ensure that the alleged killer remains in the psychiatric ward for a longer period of time, Schulz said when asked about BILD.
However, the proceedings against another suspect were dropped. The Turk (35) could not be proven to have participated in the crime “with the certainty necessary for an indictment.”