*Sigh* As most are aware of at this point, there's been a terror attack in Germany in the city of Munich.
A group of at least 3 armed men attacked the Olympiaeinkaufszentrum located in the Mossach district and at least 3 people are dead as reported by the interior minister of the Bavaria state, although German news magazine Münchner Abendzeitung report that 15 have been killed.
There were also reports of a shooting at a nearby subway and the police are urging people on social media to under no circumstances go to any public places as they have no idea where the shooters may be at this time.
Unfortunately, this isn't the only terrorist attack in Germany as a few days ago, a young man from Afghanistan attacked several people onboard a train with an axe in another part of Germany, he was shot dead by the police after he got off at a station and reportedly charged at the officers, a search of his apartment, which was in a refugee home for young children and teens coming by themselves, revealed a hand made flag with the all too familiar logo of the terror group IS.
Its very worrying with all these attacks happening so close together, its been barely a week since the attack in Nice and now we've got this.
Many experts say that these attacks are happening because of the increased pressure on IS in the Middle East, their "kingdom" is being destroyed by the efforts of both the US led coalition and the Russian supported government forces of Syria, they're basically lashing out at the whole world around them as they lose more and more.
These are dark times we live in now though.... but we can't let fear win as that is what they want, never forget that.
Seems it was just one gunman and it appears to have been a 18 year old Iranian boy that suffered from some mental health issues.
He had killed himself on a rooftop, but not before shouting at people on balconies that he had been bullied for at least 7 years and that he's been badly treated.
His father had been brought in for questioning and he described him as a quiet person and at least one neighbor thought he was a good guy who had never ever had any outbursts nor any problems with the police or other neighbors.
So far the police haven't said if they've found evidence of any IS involvement, if anything this could just be a case where a boy had been bullied for such a long time that he eventually just couldn't handle the fury that was inside him and just decided that everyone were bad and deserved to die.
But knowing IS, they will most likely claim responsibility for this even if they didn't have anything to do with this as they're desperate for attention due to their heavy losses in the Middle East.