Lithuanian, Armin, was murdered by Syrian Muslim classmate The story of a 15 yr. Old Lithuanian boy, who was stabbed to death at school by a Muslim immigrant's son, should serve as a dire warning to Europe. Witnesses say that the 14 yr. Old Syrian immigrant assaulted a female student. Later on, he plotted the murder of the 15 yr. old classmate who stepped in to protect her.The victim was taken to a hospital where he later died. Classes were canceled Tuesday at the school. News sources reported that the school is dedicated to educating students who do not speak the Swedish language. A female student described the victim, Armin, as wonderful. He was always there when you needed him. When you had bad days, Armin was always there to make them better. He was a cheerful soul. Armin was popular and many students liked him. Swedish authorities withheld the names and ethnicity of both the murderer and his victim, in an apparent effort to hide the dangers of UN multiculturalism policy. Students at the school said the victim was Lithuanian and his name was Armin. Students identified the Syrian immigrant who knifed the victim, as Ahmed. Ahmed recently migrated from Syria to Sweden with his father. The local village where the students attended the school has had a recent flood of immigrants from Syria. The father of one pupil had issued an unheeded warning to a Counselor at the school stating, "Wake up, before it is too late." It was reported that the Syrian student had a reputation of harassing female students at the school. An investigation uncovered Ahmed had visited certain web pages over Christmas holiday on “how to kill someone properly.” Locals believe it was an honor killing. Ahmed's cultural background believes it is an unforgivable offense for anyone to stop them from harassing females. They feel it is their right because the girls they target are not Muslim. Anyone who challenges this right can become the target of an honor killing. Because Ahmed is 14 yrs. Old he will not be charged with murder. Sources who chose to remain anonymous reported that Ahmed will be transferred to another school in Sweden where he can continue his education without fear of discrimination. Failure of the Media to report the details of the attack is yet another example of the lengths EU leadership is going to, in order to comply with UN Migrant policy. The story about Sweden's school children under attack, is not an isolated incident. On October 22, 2015 a student and a teacher's assistant were murdered at a school in Sweden when a masked terrorist entered the school wielding a sword in one hand and a knife in the other. Two other students, identified as age 15 and 17, were seriously wounded in the attack and the older victim later died at a local hospital. The students who witnessed the attack are still undergoing counseling after witnessing the terrifying attack unfold. The brother of Lavin Eskandar told reporters that Lavin sacrificed his own life in order to protect the pupils. Eskandar shielded the students by standing in front of the students in an effort to hold off the armed attacker. Swedish police confirmed at a press conference in Trollhattan that they believed the attack was racially motivated. The name of the 20 yr. Old terrorist has been withheld. Swedish actor, William Spetz, posted a tribute to the victims on Facebook. Little acknowledgment has been offered for the 15 yr. Old hero known only as, “Armin.” The pattern of protecting the identity of Muslim immigrants who murder, rape and terrorize European citizens was established by UN Migrant policy which insists that EU leadership have no choice but to accept their quotas of Muslim immigrants each year.