Should Jihadist Families Be Prosecuted?

PARIS — Then French President Nicolas Sarkozy declared March 19, 2012, the date an Islamic militant killed a Jewish rabbi and three children in Toulouse, “a day of national tragedy.”

The gunman, Mohammed Merah, a French petty criminal of Algerian descent, had targeted French soldiers a week earlier in two attacks, one at a shopping center. On March 19 it was the turn of the Ozar Hatorah Jewish day school.

Dismounting a motorbike, the 23-year-old Merah unleashed a fusillade toward the schoolyard, killing first the rabbi as he shielded his two young sons, who were shot also, and then chasing a fleeing eight-year-old Jewish girl. Merah grabbed her by the hair, shooting her in the temple with a .45 caliber gun after his 9mm pistol had jammed.

Yes. They should. Always. Without Mercy.

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  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    “Yes. They should. Always. Without Mercy.”
    2nded

    • Mark Matis

      Screw the “prosecuted” crap. They should be executed. Without mercy. There will be NO peace until the scourge of Islam is exterminated from this world.

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        Well, if the choice is to prosecute or not prosecute I say prosecute. My first choice is to deport all muzzies from Western countries and quarantine them in their own shitholes. If they cause problems for the rest of us just nuke them. Jihadis of course should simply be shot upon capture.

  • simus1

    It should be fairly simple. Most family members of terrorist perps will lie their heads off given the opportunity under police questioning. Lying to investigators about anything during a terrorism investigation should be good for 10 years.

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      10 years and then deportation. If all the Muzzy countries refuse to take them just drop them into the open ocean.

      • Alain

        No, just deport the whole lot pronto.

        • DavidinNorthBurnaby

          And save the cost of incarceration. Yes, that sounds good. I’ve changed my mind. Just give them all the boot.

  • Hard Little Machine

    No just tied to rocks and dropped in the ocean

  • Sharkibark

    I’m sorry BCF, but I have to disagree with you on this one. We are still a nation of laws. Family members of convicted terrorists should be investigated of course; but if the family member has broken no law that can be proven without a reasonable doubt then they should NOT be prosecuted. If they have, then I agree and they should see the full force of the law applied to them.

    • Alain

      Sorry but that is the main reason we are losing this war. Being nicer than your enemy will kill you in the end. These are not simply run-of-the-mill domestic criminals, they are foreign enemy combatants, and in war one treats those who aid and support them the same.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Jihadists don’t develop in a vacuum. That’s why Israel demolishes the family homes of terrorists. I would impose asset forfeiture on them. If it’s good enough for drug traffickers, it’s good enough for killers.

  • deplorabledave

    This is the little girl that that POS “and then chasing a fleeing eight-year-old Jewish girl. Merah grabbed her by the hair, shooting her in the temple with a .45 caliber gun after his 9mm pistol had jammed.” https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c70b747180034fcdaf97ee9a9c6cd4e6992009895e324a422d2468adcdffc1bc.png

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      Just a worthless murdering muzzie piece of shit.

  • deplorabledave

    Muslims are inveterate liars and don’t belong in civilized society.

  • If they are complicit in a crime, then, yes.

  • Ho Hum

    I would exterminate them like the cockroaches they are (including women and children )