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The young man Nexhip Vrenezi was shot four times outside a pub in the Austrian capital.
Devastated friends in his hometown of Koreuburg, about 15 miles from Vienna, described Nexhip as “good-natured,” “loyal,” “funny,” and “crazy,” reports Bild.
A handwritten note left in front of city hall today read: “You were one of the best people I ever met. You will always be part of my heart.
“You were a kind person, one of the few truly loyal.
And the former Nexhip Vrenezi teacher spoke to Bild: “He’s very sad. I’m surprised. I still remember him very well. He was a nice and funny guy.
“And yes, a Muslim [yourself].”
Another friend said, “I can’t believe it. I’ve known Nedzip since I was born.”
He added: “I hope you are in Xhenet”, which means “paradise” in Albanian.
“Austrian authorities were warned that the terrorist had been trying to buy ammunition across the border in Slovakia.Nexhip Vrenezi, 21, was one of the four people killed by gunman Kujtim Fejzulai, 20, in the Austrian capital on Monday night.” https://t.co/dagBg5oKhJ
— Benjamin Weinthal (@BenWeinthal) November 4, 2020
Killer Kujtim Fejzulai
Meanwhile, more details about other victims convicted by jihadist Fejzulai opened fire while enjoying the night before the new blockade was revealed.
A 44-year-old woman died of a gunshot wound in hospital and a 24-year-old German maid, a 21-year-old Macedonian and another 39-year-old man died.
They also shot a 28-year-old policeman, but he is stable.
Currently, seven civilians are hospitalized in critical condition.
Authorities confirmed that 23 people were injured in the horrific attack, which featured violence and bloodshed, when police used all manner of police officers at at least six crime scenes.
Photos and videos showed shootings as bystanders fled shouting at terrorists who fired savagely in the streets.
He was killed by police officers nine minutes after his arrival at the scene.
Austrian Interior Minister Karl Nehammer confirmed today that Fejzulai acted only after authorities initially said it was unclear how many people were involved in the attack.
Yesterday, after the rejection, the evil jihadist sent videos of the Charlie Hebdo massacre to alleged accomplices.
Fejzulai sent clips of the 2015 massacre in which 12 journalists were killed by two jihadists to the French magazine’s Paris office before launching his own attack.
Detectives are investigating a now-closed Instagram account, which they consider “likely” for the attacker, reports Bild.
The German newspaper also reported that police officers were investigating the two recipients of Charlie Hebdo’s video as part of the case, but the assailant has since been confirmed to be a “lone wolf.”
We were greeted by the security services after traveling to the Middle East to join Daesh.
Interior Minister Karl Nehammer confirmed that Fejzulai was a “sympathizer of the Islamic State” and was released from prison early due to his young age.
The minister said that Fejzulai had participated in a de-radicalization program, but “despite all the external signs of his integration into society, the aggressor seemed to have done the opposite.”
Nehammer added that his success in “defrauding the program to de-radicalize the judiciary to obtain his release” should show that the system needs to be reevaluated.
It was also revealed that the ISIS sympathizer, who has dual citizenship between Austria and North Macedonia, tried to buy ammunition across the border in Slovakia.
Slovak police officers immediately alerted Austrian officials after discovering that the 20-year-old did not have a weapons license.
Dies a few days later
Before the attack, Fejzulai reportedly posted on Instagram showing himself armed with an assault rifle, pistol and machete.
He also pledged allegiance to ISIS leader “Professor” Abdullah Qardash, who was appointed after the United States killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
He reportedly posted photos of bullets and said ISIS “remains and expands,” a phrase that has been popular with the group’s supporters since its collapse as a state in the Middle East.