Belgian police on Sunday arrested an Afghan migrant and resident of the Houthalen Helchteren asylum facility for threatening to murder staff members and a blow up Christians.
The Afghan national, who has repeatedly caused problems at the asylum center in Flanders, is also suspected of committing sexual offenses, the Dutch-language regional newspaper Het Belang van Limburg reports.
Earlier in the week, after refusing to follow simple hand-washing instructions to help prevent the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus, the Afghan migrant became aggressive and began spitting and coughing on staff members at the living facility.
Apparently, his reason for refusing to wash his hands was because the soap contained alcohol and the “consumption” of alcohol is forbidden during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
On Friday, the aggressive Afghan asylum seeker caused another stir at the living facility when he threatened employees again.
This time, however, he said that he threatened to slash Christians’ and staff members’ throats and threatened blow himself up in order to kill as many Christians as possible.