The Islamic State has taken credit for Monday's attack at the Ohio State University that left 11 people injured. The attacker, a Somalian-born student named Abdul Razak Ali Artan was shot and killed by a campus police officer minutes after plowing his car through a group of students.
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On Tuesday, ISIS' news agency took credit for the attack. Artan had posted a series of messages on Facebook decrying the treatment of Muslims and had previously told the student newspaper that he was "scared" to be seen praying on campus. Despite this, Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) said that that Artan's motive may never be discovered.
Everyone injured in the attack is expected to recover.