A pregnant Polish woman at a hospital in Germany was stabbed in the stomach by an Afghan asylum-seeker during a hospital stay on Friday — the unborn baby did not survive.
The murder and attempted murder took place at a hospital in the western German town of Bad Kreuznach. The woman and the asylum-seeker had got into an argument when he pulled out a knife and repeatedly stabbed her in the stomach.
Polish MP Dominik Tarczyński responded to the news by telling the Gateway Pundit that “it’s time for Europe to fight for it’s life.” He added that “they will kill us all, one by one.”
Police said the man was a 25-year-old Afghan asylum-seeker, who had come to the hospital to visit the woman, DW reports.
The woman sustained life-threatening injuries and was immediately taken in for emergency surgery. She survived and is now in stable condition, but the baby did not.
The man, whose identity has not been made public, initially fled the hospital, but turned himself into the police at a station in Bad Kreuznach. He remains in custody and has been charged with murder and attempted murder.
It is currently unknown if and how the two knew each other.