There is one hupen big, canyonesque gap between how the German people see Islam and the dhimmi way their government coddles the invaders, meine freunde:
A twenty-seven-year-old German [?!?] killed one man and injured three others with a knife while shouting “Allahu akbar” in a suburb of Munich early Tuesday, but hours later, after questioning him, the authorities said that he had no known links to Islamic [Fundamental]ism and that they believed he was mentally disturbed. [emphasis added]
Well, I suppose you could describe Islam as being a mental disorder, although I think it goes a bit deeper than that.
The attack, which occurred shortly before 5 a.m. on a commuter train and platform in the bucolic suburb of Grafing, nearly twenty miles east of Munich, shocked and unsettled many Germans who had already been on edge since the terrorist attacks in and around Paris on November 13th and at an airport and a subway station in Brussels on March 22nd. The authorities responded swiftly to calls for help, and the man was arrested shortly after carrying out the attacks.
The lead investigator for the Bavarian state police, Lothar Köhler, told reporters on Tuesday afternoon that after initial questioning of the suspect, whom the authorities did not identify, officials had no “compelling evidence or plausible conclusions” as to a motive. [emphasis added]
Of course. Because "ALLAHU AKBAR!!!" actually means, "I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts!!!".
“We have no indication that he had any contact to Islamic or Salafist groups, individuals or organizations,” Mr. Köhler said. The investigator confirmed that witnesses had heard the attacker shouting “Allahu akbar” — “God is great” — and, in German, “You infidels must die,” but as the context emerged, the attack seemed less and less likely to be motivated by [Isla]m. [emphases added]
Here's a rewrite of that last 'graph: "We want no indication that he had any contact to Islamic or Salafist groups, individuals or organizations,” Mr. Köhler said. The investigator confirmed that witnesses had heard the attacker shouting “Allahu akbar” — “God is great” — and, in German, “You infidels must die,” but as the context emerged, Mr. Köhler seemed less and less likely to acknowledge the day-glo obvious motivation for the attack".
And, oh by the way, remember ISIS's marching orders to German Muslims a couple of months back?:
[The] Islamic State posted pictures on the Internet calling on German Muslims to carry out Brussels-style attacks in Germany, singling out Chancellor Angela Merkel's offices and the Cologne-Bonn airport as targets, the SITE intelligence group reported.
The Deutsche government sure seems to have a todeswunsch, huh?