Kirstie Trup and Katie Gee had acid thrown over them in Tanzania by Muslims

Muslims with links to Boko Haram ‘charged with horrific acid attack on British teenagers’

Two suspected terrorists with links to Islamist butchers Boko Haram have been charged an acid attack on two British tourists, it has been claimed.

The two men, who have not been named, are alleged to have thrown sulphuric acid over pals Katie Gee and Kirstie Trup while the duo were on holiday in Tanzania in Uagust 2013.

The girls were both left with burns after the attack by two men who drove past them on a moped.

  • Doug Kursk

    Again (sadly…) it must be repeated: do NOT go to a Muslim country, or a country where over 10% of its population are Muslim, for a holiday. Period.

  • Ron MacDonald

    The proper response to this atrocity: they hurt one of us, we hurt ten of them.

  • Surele Surele

    Who vacations in this God forsaken country? And this is not ‘blame the victim’ statement. I just can’t get over the fact, that knowing what’s going on over there, people still think of going on vacation there. I guess, they figured; same difference, heh?

  • Doug and Surele are absolutely correct! Further to that, I suppose that anyone who is dumb enough to vacation in Muslim tainted places are probably dumb enough to be boycotting a vacation to “The Holy Land”.

    • I blame their parents. I don’t expect teenagers to be worldly-wise.

  • BillyHW

    Why are little white girls travelling unaccompanied to third world countries? Are they really that catastrophically stupid? Do they not know what the world is like apart from white Christian men?

    • Xavier

      What are they taught in school? ROP.

      And remember, those little white girls will grow up to be women voters!

      • BillyHW

        It’s too frightening to contemplate.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Do not go to Tanzania or other Muslim countries just because you think it makes you look exotic.

  • lolwut?

    Libtards….. too bad.. so sad.

    They weren’t on vacation, they were doing charity work.