The Austrian government has launched vigorous action against “political Islam”. The Austrian government has agreed to take a number of strict measures against terrorism.
After the terrorist attack from Mumbai to Vienna, the Austrian government launched vigorous action against “political Islam”. The government of Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has agreed to take a number of strict measures against terrorism. These proposals include those sentenced in terrorism cases for life and their electronic surveillance. The spread of political Islam would be considered a crime.
The Austrian government will make religiously motivated political extremism a crime. Kurz said the measures would be submitted to parliament for a vote in December. Within this framework, Austria will take measures in both directions to stop the terrorist attack. The first was to target suspected terrorists and also to attack the ideology that motivated them to commit acts of violence.
4 people killed in terrorist attack on November 2
“We will declare political Islam a political crime so that action can be taken against those who are not terrorists but are preparing nurseries for them,” Kurz said. Earlier in the terrorist attack on November 2, 4 people were killed and in this action the terrorist was also killed. In this attack, 20 other people, including a policeman, were injured.
The terrorist who carried out a Mumbai-like attack on the Austrian capital Vienna wanted to travel to Syria and join the notorious terrorist organization ISIS. However, he was unable to do so due to his inability to attack. The attacker has been identified as Kuztim Phasejulai. Recently, this 20-year-old terrorist was released from prison due to his young age.