Thursday, December 24, 2015

It's Either Caused by Reading the Qur'an, or It's Due To Climate Change.

Probably Climate Change, it can't be the Qur'an...
Driver Shouting 'Allahu Akbar!' Runs Down 11 French Pedestrians

A driver screaming "Allahu Akbar!" (Arabic for "God is great") appeared to deliberately mow down about a dozen pedestrians in the French city of Dijon before being arrested on Sunday, officials said.

The driver, who was in his forties, hit groups of pedestrians in five parts of the eastern city before being arrested, a spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior said on French television. Eleven people in all were injured, two of them seriously, officials said.

According to testimonies on the scene, the driver also invoked "the children of Palestine"' to explain his actions, the ministry's spokesman said. France's Interior Ministry Spokesman Pierre Henry Brandet said "the man acted alone," and that the suspect was known to police for crimes committed in the 1990s. A day earlier, French police in a Tours suburb shot and killed a man also shouting "Allahu Akbar" who had stabbed and wounded three officers in a police station.
And it's not terrorism, it is Sidewalk/Police Station Violence.

I suspect that these poor Muslim Victims were merely "acting out" due to their terrible oppression by both the groups of pedestrians and the individual police officers. And they obviously misunderstand the Qur'an which dictates peaceful assimilation... {sarc OFF}

AND THIS "ACTING OUT" (It's a good thing Australians had their guns taken away... or someone might have stopped this):
State Department Issues Worldwide Travel Alert After Australia Attack

The U.S. State Department issued a worldwide travel alert Friday in the wake of the deadly lone-wolf attack in Sydney, Australia, earlier in the week. The attack, which left two hostages and the attacker dead, "is a reminder that U.S. citizens should be extra cautious, maintain a very high level of vigilance, and take appropriate steps to enhance their personal security," the travel alert said.

State Department and intelligence officials said that there is no specific threat to Americans travelling abroad, but they are concerned that Monday's violence could inspire copycat attacks. The State Department warned that terrorists may not only focus on government buildings and officials, but might also target public places like "shopping areas, places of worship and schools, among other targets during or coinciding with this holiday period." The 17 hostages held in Monday's attack in Australia were held in a cafe. "U.S. citizens abroad should be mindful that terrorists groups and those inspired by them can pose unpredictable threats in public venues," the State Department said. The alert is set to expire on March 19, 2015.
France and Australia are soft targets, with civilians and even some police being unarmed. Much of the USA is soft target, also, where guns are forbidden to all but scofflaw killers and cops who are not there.

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