On April 4, 2017 Sarah Halimi, a 66 year old Jewish woman, was murdered by 27-year-old Kada Traoré. He broke into her home in the middle of the night. Traoré tortured Halimi and afterwards threw her out of the window of her fourth floor apartment in the Belleville neighborhood in northern Paris.
Witnesses heard Traoré, a Muslim of African origin, shouting Allahu Akbar – Allah is great — while committing his crime. Traoré had made many anti-Semitic remarks toward Halimi in the past, calling her and her relatives ‘dirty Jews’.
More than 60 Islamic leaders and imams — from France, Belgium, Britain, Tunisia, and of different Islamic faiths — in a move that may be unprecedented, are touring Europe to denounce Islamic terrorism and to pay homage to the victims of terror in Europe by visiting many of the sites of terror attacks.
The newly unveiled ‘liberal mosque’ in Berlin was supposed to showcase a ‘gentler’ Islam. An Islam that could be reformed and modernized while it emerges as the dominant demographic force in Europe. German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle touted the opening of the mosque as a “world event in the heart of Berlin.”
A report conducted by the American Jewish Committee (AJC) of 21 schools in Berlin shows the level of antisemitism is growing among the primarily Turkish and Arab Muslim pupils. The group also found a disturbing rise in support for radical Islamism, according to German broadcaster RBB.
During his visit to France on Sunday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the expulsion of French Jews in Paris, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continued his incitement against Islam, while recalling the scarecrow of “Islamophobia” and describing Islam again as “terrorism.”
Imran Miah, 27, who has taught at a number of secondary schools in Britain, set out his vile agenda on Facebook and Instagram.
He warned that religious opponents face attack with a ‘blunt butter knife’ and issued a series of deeply disturbing homophobic statements. In one sickening post, he endorsed the barbaric execution of homosexuals.
As well as celebrating IS military victories on Facebook, Miah also uploaded a photograph of the terror group’s black flag and mocked the traditional minute’s silence for its victims.
A supply teaching assistant, Miah is believed to have worked at a number of state schools in London and beyond.
Over the past 20 years, European cities have slowly become more ethnically diverse, as EU governments open their borders to foreign populations.
And as this process has taken place, the authorities have been quick to cover up any crimes that have been committed by these populations. For instance, Swedish police are no longer allowed to describe the ethnic background of the criminals they catch, and most notably, the German government and press were desperate to cover up hundreds sexual assaults that occurred in Cologne in 2015.
If confirmed, Friday’s killings in the northern city of Linz — in which an 85-year-old woman’s throat was slit and her 87-year-old husband was stabbed and beaten to death — would be the first Islamist attack in Austria, which had so far avoided the jihadist assaults seen elsewhere in Europe.
Teenage terrorist Haroon Syed has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 16 years and six months at the Old Bailey for plotting to bomb an Elton John concert on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
The teenager plotted a nail bomb attack at Elton John’s 50,000-capacity Hyde Park concert on the anniversary of 9/11.
He also planned to target ‘packed places in London’ including Oxford Street, Buckingham Palace on the anniversary of the fatal attack.