1. Popular Muslim shopkeeper, 40, was stabbed to death outside his business in a religiously motivated attack by another Muslim just hours after he posted a message wishing his ‘beloved Christian nation’ a happy Easter
(The significance of this item will not be lost on readers of this site. But it might be handy to keep this data point handy for the usual arguments we all have with those who will-not-see)
A man has been arrested after a popular Muslim shopkeeper was stabbed to death by another Muslim in a religiously motivated attack just hours after he had posted a message wishing ‘a very happy Easter to my beloved Christian nation’.
Asad Shah, 40, was set upon with a knife and had his head stamped on in a shocking attack outside his Glasgow newsagents shop just after 9pm last night.
A police investigation has been launched into the full details surrounding Mr Shah’s death, with officers pursuing a line of enquiry that the attack was ‘racially prejudiced’.
Police Scotland confirmed to MailOnline that everyone currently involved in the investigation was a Muslim following the arrest of a man aged 32.
Seven people have been arrested in Belgium and Paris after masked anti-terror police carried out a string of raids across Europe in connection with the Brussels massacres and a new terror plot.
Armed police swooped on properties in the Schaerbeek and Jette districts of Brussels and arrested a total of six people, who are thought to be connected to Tuesday’s airport and Metro bombings.
German police have also arrested two more people with suspected links to the attackers while a new suspect in the Brussels plot, 28-year-old Syrian Naim al-Hamed, has also been identified.
It comes as it was revealed that the Frenchman arrested in the northern Paris suburb of Argenteuil last night was identified as a convicted ISIS recruiter who was in the ‘advanced stages’ of planning an attack in France.
Belgian officials have named the second suicide bomber in Tuesday’s attack at Brussels airport as Najim Laachraoui, and said that his DNA was found at sites of the November Paris attacks.
The news came as three people were arrested in Brussels in connection with the attacks.
Prosecutors said the arrests were linked to a raid in Paris on Thursday, where an attack was apparently foiled.
Other suspects have been arrested in Belgium, Germany and France.
[…] His first public statement was at the beginning of the year when he wrote a Facebook post complaining of migrants breaking in to his trucks in Calais and attacking his drivers, and posted a picture of himself standing next to (from what I recall) an axe, with the comment: “This is what awaits the next migrant to break into one of my trucks.” At this point, an organisation set up to combat “hate”, called “HejtStop” got involved. (in Polish, it’s pronounced “Hate Stop”). A woman from this organisation made an official complaint to Polish prosecutors about Pudzianowski’s post, asserting that it of contravened Polish law by “inciting hatred”.
6. Justin Trudeau’s Muslim sympathies are obvious, and bad for Canada
Murdered by the very migrant for whom he cared, Mehdi’s tolerance for the 58-year-old Afghan refugee came “full swing” when police say they got into an “argument,” according to Bild. Upset that Mehdi, the man who gave him everything, simply disagreed with him, the unidentified asylum seeker took a rock and a large metal instrument and bashed the teacher’s head to a bloody pulp. He then dragged the mutilated body down to the basement in an attempt to cover up his gruesome crime.
Although the migrant suspect was arrested last Thursday, German police were hesitant to give out many details, including the man’s Afghan origin or his legal status. Throughout Europe, many officials have failed to report key statistics, hoping to protect Muslim migrants’ image and their own leftist agenda.
Mehdi was murdered because his compassion and ignorance met its match with the Islamic ideology inherent in Sharia countries. As a witness to the Islamic brutality in his own home country, the propaganda of the left took advantage of his sympathy.
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