Thursday, September 16, 2021

A Mosque Refugee Stabbed 7 People. New Zealand is Banning Scissors

After an ISIS terrorist went on a stabbing spree in a New Zealand shopping mall, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced that the attack had nothing to do with Islam.
And some supermarkets have taken knives off their shelves.
The Jihad may have nothing to do with Islam, but it has a great deal to do with sharp objects.
After a mosque shooting a few years ago, Ardern’s leftist government banned most guns. Now some supermarkets and stores are banning knives and even scissors because the best way to stop Islamic terrorism is to make sure that no one is able to cut open an envelope.
But it’s easier to ban scissors than to address the real problem.
“What happened today was despicable. It was hateful, it was wrong. It was carried out by an individual, not a faith, not a culture, not an ethnicity, but an individual person,” Ardern insisted.
Jacinda Ardern was under the impression that the ‘I’ in ISIS stands for ‘Individual’, not ‘Islamic’.
The individual of no particular faith, Ahamed Aathil Mohamed Samsudeen, had been living in a mosque before heading to an Auckland shopping mall, shouting, “Allahu Akbar”, and stabbing seven people. One of those people is a 77-year-old man. Another is a 29-year-old woman.
Auckland mall terrorist attack: 'Lone wolf' Isis supporter
Mohamed, a Sri Lankan student named after the prophet of Islam, who received refugee status in New Zealand, spent much of his time in the country plotting to kill Kiwis for Allah.
At his trial, he had warned, “You guys put me in prison cause I'm a Muslim and you don't like my religion, that makes you an enemy. Allah says you will be punished."
Since Mohamed’s burning desire to kill non-Muslims had nothing to do with Islam, he was sent to live in the El-Bilal mosque to cure him of his Jihadist ways. Instead, Mohamed took a train from the mosque to the supermarket and began trying to kill as many non-Muslims as he could.
Read the rest from Daniel Greenfield HERE

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