He was talking a course which preached victimhood!
Abdul Razak Ali Artan came to the U.S. in 2014 after living in a refugee camp in Pakistan for the previous seven years after escaping Somali. After arriving at Ohio State he gave an interview to the student newspaper The Lantern in which he said he was "scared" to pray in public because of what people might think think. Apparently, he thought they might look at him as a terrorist so he went out and ran his car into a crowd of people jumped out and started stabbing people before being killed by a white police officer.
Artan left a message on Facebook explaining his actions as directly linked to radical Islam but the same authorities that always refuse to connect the dots in these situations are saying his motive remains unclear. No wonder they can't find these people beforehand!
But now we learn that Artan was actually taking a class which included group work in "microaggressions" which the left uses to demonize anything that does not fit their model for political correctness. In short, training to be aggrieved and a victim.
Odd how the terrorist said he felt "scared" that people might think he was a terrorist so he went out and did just that after taking a class which justified his sense of being a victim. There's no gun to ban in this case so perhaps we should ban social justice grievance mongering instead!