ISIS has reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack at Ohio State University on Monday morning.
The terror group reportedly called Abdul Razak Ali Artan a "soldier of the Islamic State."
The OSU student allegedly crashed his car into a crowd and stabbed several people with a knife before a police officer shot and killed him.
According to NBC News, a post published on the attacker's Facebook page shortly before the incident called the dead Al-Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki a "hero."
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However, unnamed law enforcement sources told various outlets, including CNN, that the attacker was likely inspired by ISIS.