Before the shooting, Saudi military officers suspected that the United States was an evil country

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 Before the shooting, Saudi military officers suspected that the United States was an evil country


Local time 6, the U.S. Navy base Pensacola, Florida, a shooting, killing four people including gunmen, many injured. The US military later confirmed that the gunman, Mohammed al shamrani, was from Saudi Arabia and was trained in aviation at the base. His motive is unknown, and US officials are investigating.

At present, an anti American Declaration written on twitter a few hours before the suspected gunmans crime has aroused widespread concern, I am against evil, and the United States has become a country of evil. I hate you (America) because you support, fund and commit crimes against Muslims and humanity every day.

According to the query of observer.com, the above account has been blocked by twitter, and the authenticity of the anti US Declaration involved in the account has not been confirmed by the US media or any US official agency.

After the incident, King Salman of Saudi Arabia specially called President trump of the United States to express condolences to the relatives and friends of the dead and the injured. Salman said that the Saudi people are very angry at the gunmans barbarism, and the gunman can not represent the Saudi people who love the American people in any way.

Identification of gunman obtained by ABC

Comprehensive Agence France Presse, Washington Post reported on the 7th that the shooting on the 6th took place in a teaching building at Pensacola naval base in Florida. Before being shot dead by the police, the gunman killed 3 people and injured 8 people.

Florida governor Ron de Santis said the gunman was from Saudi Arabia and had the same nationality as most of the hijackers in the 9 / 11 attacks. Fifteen of the 19 hijackers in the 9 / 11 attacks were from Saudi Arabia, some of whom had attended a Florida civil aviation school.

Commander captain Timothy Kinsella said the shooter was an aviation cadet, one of hundreds of foreign students at the base.

Red dot is the location of the shooting, AFP screenshot of Pensacola naval base, Florida

The gunman used his twitter account @ m7md_shamrani to make an anti American Declaration hours before the crime, site, which oversees jihadis website, said Friday.

I am against evil, and America has become a country of evil, he wrote I dont hate you just because you are American. I dont hate you because of your freedom. I hate you because you support, fund and commit crimes against Muslims and humanity every day.

According to the report, the tweet in the account also sharply criticized U.S. support for Israel, and quoted some Al Qaeda founder bin Laden.

The twitter account of the suspected gunmans declaration has been frozen and the authenticity of the account has not been confirmed.

After the incident, the New York Times quoted a person familiar with the preliminary investigation as saying that six Saudis were detained after the shooting, three of whom were witnessed photographing the whole process of the gunmans attack.

On June 6, Saudi King Salman called us president trump to express condolences to the relatives and friends of the dead and the injured.

In response, trump wrote on Twitter: the king of Saudi Arabia has just called to express his sincere sympathy to the relatives and friends of those who died and injured in the Pensacola attack in Florida. The king said that the Saudi people are extremely angry at the barbarism of the gunman. This man does not represent the feelings of the Saudi people who love the American people in any form.

In fact, it was the second shooting at a US military base this week. On April 4, there was a shooting at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard at the joint base Pearl Harbor Hickam in Hawaii. The gunman, a US Navy soldier, shot and killed two people, wounded a shipyard employee and then shot himself.

Source: responsible editor of observer network: Wang Xuyu b12062