A terrible blood act with an almost fatal outcome occurred in the city of Laupheim, Germany on Tuesday: A 20-year-old refugee from Palestine has rammed a knife into the chest of his pregnant 17-year-old sister Alaa because she is said to have defiled the name of the family according to the laws of Islam - Sharia law. Her alleged crime: She fell in love with another refugee (26) and therefore wanted to leave her husband. It is particularly shocking that members of the family apparently shot a 15-second video after the knife attack. Alaa came to Germany years ago. She and her family fled Palestine via Libya to Germany and lives in Laupheim in Swabia. When she was 15 years old, she was married to a Syrian, now 34 years old, according to Sharia law. At the age of 16 she gave birth to a son, and at the end of 2017 she was pregnant again, and at that time she wanted to part with her husband because she had fallen in love with another man: 26-year-old Jamal, also a refugee living in neighbouring city of Biberach. Because of this man, she wanted to part with her husband, so the name of the family was soiled by Sharia law, and on Tuesday evening, the family's apartment, where Alaa and her son live in the nursery, were finally escalated into an attempted honour killing. The girl's brother rammed a knife into the 17-year-old's chest with the intention of killing her and, according to information from the newspaper "Bild", slashed both corners of her mouth; Alaa survived the cowardly attack like a miracle. Before this, she begged for her life - lying on the bed of the children's room, covered in blood. After the attack, the assailant and the husband of the young woman fled together. The two were caught the next day in Schweinfurt and are in custody for attempted murder. Members of the family have recorded a mobile phone video after the madness. On this one you can hear Alaa begging for her life with the words "please think of your son, please call an ambulance".... The 17-year-old is meanwhile out of danger, her unborn child is well.