February 6, 2023

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Spain: A man hacked into churches with a machete

Tragic moments lived by the unsuspecting residents of the city of Algeciras in Andalusia in Spain When a man broke into churches with a machete.

According to the Spanish report the scientistThe incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon in the province of CƔdiz when the man broke into his home waving a scythe In two churches, one person was killed and four others were injured.

According to what was reported by the Spanish media, the deceased is the cantor of the Church of La Palma and one of the injured, in serious condition, is the vicar of the Church of Saint Isidore.

The local police announced the arrest of the attacker.

At the moment, its causes are unknown attacks And if there was any religious motive behind the perpetrator’s act or if it had anything to do with jihadist extremism, which the authorities are seriously considering.

Documentary video of a man in black brandishing a machete

According to what was reported by El Mundo newspaper, the attacker is about 30 of Moroccan origin and had visited the Church of St. Isidoros, located in one of the most famous neighborhoods of the city, where he began to strike the icons with a knife and then turned on the icons. The priest, who tried to chase him down, stabbed him in the neck with machetes. The priest was taken to the hospital and is in a serious but stable condition.

Then the perpetrator moved to Metropolis in Algeciras Spain The Nuestra SeƱora de la Palma church is located in one of the most central areas of the city, Plaza Alta, where the church singer was killed

Videos posted on social media show a man dressed in black holding a dog brandishing a large stone- or machete-like knife in Alta Square.

What is the eyewitness report?

As reported by the Spanish media, europasur.esThe man broke into the La Palma church at around 19:30 when Communion was ending and began throwing icons, crosses and candles on the floor by hitting them with machetes.

Then the singer asked him to leave the church and the attacker started threatening him. As he left, he threatened two women, then the singer ordered him to move away, and then stabbed him.

According to eyewitnesses, the dead man started running towards Alta Square with a large wound, and the perpetrator pursued him, and when he fell to the ground, the executioner hit him on the head with machetes.

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