2 people die and several are injured in stabbing rampage in Dutch city of Maastricht

Update – Syrian on Syrian

Local residents say that the two victims come from Syria. It would be a man and a woman. The suspected perpetrator is also a Syrian according to various people from the neighborhood. He would be a relative of the victims. Two people would have been arrested, but the police did not want to confirm that.

One person has been killed and several others injured in a stabbing attack in the southern Dutch city of Maastricht.

Initial reports suggest it involved two separate incidents on Thursday evening which happened withing a mile and a half of each other.

Pictures of the aftermath suggest the incidents were in a suburban area of Maastricht as opposed to the city centre.

No further details were immediately available.

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  • chayisun

    Just throwing this out there but I’m guessing this has something to do with the “religion of peace” (Cue laugh track) OR the Salvation Army is not happy with the number of cheap people stuffing change into their collection buckets.

    This type of incident…..Stabbings, rioting and bombings is becoming so common there is NO shock value anymore. AND that’s how the politicians want it. Less problems for them and they don’t have to worry about being called islamophobics….Their solution is to tell everyone to just carry on, nothing to see here…..

  • chayisun

    On an unrelated note…..Did I see MERRY CHRISTMAS over Blazing cat fur ???? I mean, this is RACIST, islamophobic and downright too Christian…….Geez, what are the atheist’s to think? Not to forget the the genderbread person.
    Why, just today, I visited my local bank and the person I dealt with wished me a Happy Holiday. I said to her that I thought it should be Merry Christmas…..Her reply…..A blank stare. I’m giving her a piece of coal for Christmas.

    • jayme

      I find most people will respond to “Merry Christmas!” with the same … but they won’t initiate things, out of PC sheep-fear. We are a society that lives in fear of offending others’ precious feelings.

  • Dave

    “Two people would have been arrested, but the police did not want to confirm that.”
    Not until it can be confirmed the the perp was a mennonite.