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A French woman and her three young daughters were seriously wounded in a knife attack at an Alpine resort on Tuesday by a man who reportedly complained that they were scantily dressed.
The man was arrested after the attack at the Alpine resort of Garde-Colombe, near Laragne, in southern France.
The youngest girl, aged 8, was rushed to hospital in Grenoble with a punctured lung, according to initial reports.
Her mother, 46, and sisters aged 12 and 14, were being treated at the hospital of Gap, closer to the scene of the attack. Their injuries were serious but not life-threatening, hospital sources said.
Initial reports claimed the man struck because he was angered by the women being “scantily dressed,” but a local prosecutor denied this.
Raphaël Balland, prosecutor of Gap, said: “I wanted to quash the rumour currently doing the rounds because on no account did this man make such comments about the fact that the attack may have been motivated by the victims’ dress code.”
The attacker, named as Mohamed B, 37, “may have acted out of religious motives”, French television channel TF1 reported.
Despite the prosecutor’s denial, TF1 reported that he was angry that the girls were wearing shorts.
The mother had helped the attacker when he became ill the previous day, TF1 said.
He stabbed the girls while they ate breakfast on the terrace of their chalet and then went inside and knifed their mother.
The local mayor, Edmond Francou, said he preferred “not to speculate about the motive of the attack” in the wake of the massacre in Nice last week.
The Moroccan-born attacker has a police record for petty crimes over the past 15 years.
He is reported to have been on holiday at the resort with his pregnant wife and two children. The two families were staying next to each other and the assailant’s wife is “devastated”, according to the mayor.
The victims of the attack are from Nantes, in western France, and often holidayed at the resort.
The attacker is from the Paris area.
Shocked holidaymakers were receiving counselling at the resort.
A letter left behind by a teenage refugee who attacked passengers on a German train with an axe said Muslims around the world “must defend themselves”, it has emerged.
The letter, found in an exercise book in the 17 year-old’s room at a German foster home, is believed to be a farewell message to his father.
In it, he describes the condition of Muslims around the world, and writes: “Pray for me that I can take revenge on these infidels, and pray for me that I’m going to paradise”.
Details of the letter emerged as German investigators said they believe a video of the attacker released by Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil), in which he claims he is a “soldier” for the group, is genuine, and as doubts emerged over his nationality.
The operator who took an emergency call from one of the passengers on the train while the attack was under way heard the teen shout “Allahu akbar”, police said.
Although the attacker has not been officially identified, German media have named him as Riaz Khan Ahmadzai.
Pictures have emerged from his Facebook account which closely resemble the youth in the Isil video. In one he sits smiling at the camera on a German train, while in another he is joking around with a pink comedy wig.
He was shot dead by police on Monday night after attacking passengers on a regional train in the Bavarian city of Würzburg with an axe.
Five people were injured; two of them remain in critical condition.
German investigators believe he may have been Pakistani but claimed to be Afghan in order to claim asylum when he arrived in Germany last year.
The Ahmadzai are a Pashtun clan found on both sides of the notoriously porous border between the two countries.
In the Isil video his name was given as Mohammed Riyad. Many Pashtun men are given Mohammed as a first name but do not use it in daily life, while Riyad is a common variant spelling of Riaz.
Investigators believe Ahmadzai, who arrived in Germany on June 30 last year, may only have become radicalised very recently.
A change in his behaviour was noticed just two days before the attack, according to police.
The investigation has focused on a phone call last Friday in which he learnt a relative or close friend had died in Afghanistan.
Although details of the death have not been disclosed, Ahmadzai referred to the presence of German troops in Afghanistan in the Isil video, and prosecutors have said they believe he was motivated by a desire for “revenge”.
Police are currently looking into a flurry of phone calls he made on Saturday after receiving the news.
Ahmadzai moved from a refugee shelter to live with a German foster family just two weeks before the attacks, and his foster mother has said he showed no signs of extremism or radicalisation.
“He was absolutely friendly and courteous,” the woman, who has not been named, told Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper.
“But damn it, the boy! How desperate do you have to be to do what he did? He was just a kid.”
Police have so far been unable to find any evidence of links between Ahmadzai and Isil or other extremists, besides the video.
“We must determine what the motive was and to what extent he really belonged to the Islamist scene or self-radicalised very recently,” Joachim Herrmann, the Bavarian state interior minister, said.
Four members of a single family of Chinese tourists are among the injured.
Sylvia Yau told how her parents were injured after they tried to come to the defence of her sister’s boyfriend, Edmund Au-yeung, when Ahmadzai set upon him with the axe.
“Originally the assailant was attacking my sister’s boyfriend and when my mother and father saw, they went up to get in the way and got injured,” Ms Yau told Hong Kong’s Apple Daily newspaper.
Her 62-year-old father and the 30-year-old Mr Au-yeung are still in critical condition with serious head wounds, while her mother and sister received lighter injuries.
Police say they believe Ahmadzai chose his victims at random. After attacking the Hong Kong family he fled from the train on foot, attacking another woman he passed on the streets.
Witnesses described how he told her “I’m going to f*** you, b****!”
She escaped with light injuries. Nearby police then cornered Ahmadzai and shot him dead, after firing warning shots.