‘My son’s brain was ruined by fanatics

The father of Tunisian gunman Seifeddine Rezgui last night claimed extremists had ‘ruined his son’s brain’.

As details continued to emerge of the killer’s background, Hakim Rezgui said: ‘These people ruined my son’s brain with horrid thoughts and ideas, they broke him.

‘People keep asking me for information and I don’t know what to tell them, I was completely taken aback by the news of what my son had done. I had just got back from work at 11.30am, I work on the railway lines.

‘I went to sleep as it’s Ramadan and I was fasting, then at 4pm the police came to my house and said they needed me to come with them.


  • Another deep mystery! How to fathom it? Let’s see..
    1. Muslim
    2. Going to University where the left reigns supreme
    3. Bat shit crazy stuff on social media
    4. The wrong “friends”
    OOOHHH, yes, now I see.

  • andycanuck

    This is your brain.
    This is your brain on Koran.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    The father gave his son a first name, ‘Seifeddine’, from the Arabic ‘Saifuddin’, that translates as ‘Sword of the Religion’ and he believes his son’s brain was ruined by fanatics?

    That’s pretty rich, dad!

    ‘Saif and Saif al Din “Sword of the religion” are also common masculine (and male) Islamic names.’


    • Thanks for the translation! Good point.

  • Minicapt

    The Father should be proud that his son turned out to be such a splendid ‘daddy’s boy’.


  • Barrington Minge

    To be accurate, your son’s brain was ruined by a well aimed 7.62mm

  • He had no brain to ruin. You can see on his face that he was a retard from day one. Islam recruits morons. They have to be morons to fall for it.

  • ntt1

    there must be a section in the kuran that automatically shifts all blame to others , this is the muzzie equivalent of the feral black’s din do nuffin.

    • Alain

      Shifting the blame elsewhere is another thing Muslims have in common with the Left.

  • Alain

    Well of course one is never ever responsible for his actions no matter how horrible they may be; the blame lies elsewhere.