The former prime minister of Malaysia said Muslims have “a right to be angry and kill millions of French people” just hours after an attacker yelling “Allahu akbar!” beheaded one woman and killed two others in a church in France.
The incendiary comments were part of a tweetstorm from Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, who railed against Western culture and French President Emmanuel Macron for refusing to denounce the caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad that have sparked three attacks in two months in France.
Macron has also vowed to fight “Islamist separatism” in the wake of the beheading of school teacher Samuel Paty in a Paris suburb on Oct. 16.
“Macron is not showing that he is civilized. He is very primitive in blaming the religion of Islam and Muslims for the killing of the insulting school teacher. It is not in keeping with the teachings of Islam,” Mohamad tweeted. […]
1. France under attack: Jihadist murders three worshippers – including two who were beheaded – INSIDE Nice church + Gunman screaming ‘Allahu Akbar’ is shot dead by cops in Avignon + French consulate worker is stabbed in Saudi Arabia
France has been struck by two terror attacks within hours of each other as three people were killed – two of them beheaded – in an attack inside a cathedral in Nice before a gunman was shot dead by police in Avignon.
The first attack began around 9am at the Notre Dame cathedral in Nice where a knifeman beheaded an elderly female parishioner and a male church warden, fatally stabbed a second woman, wounded several others, and was then shot and arrested by police.
Two hours later, a gunman threatened people on the streets of Avignon – 120 miles from Nice – while shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ before he was fatally shot by police.
Elsewhere, a security guard at the French consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was stabbed and wounded.
The attacks come amid fury across the Islamic world at President Macron for defending satirical cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, and on the day that Sunni Muslims mark the Prophet’s birthday.
It also comes less than two weeks after a schoolteacher, Samuel Paty, was beheaded north of Paris for showing cartoons of the Prophet to his class in a lesson on free speech.
The man was shot dead in Montfavet, near the city of Avignon in the south of France. He was allegedly shot around 11.15am but it is not being treated as a terrorist incident. After threatening the public with a weapon, police opened fire and killed the assailant according to Europe 1.
An investigation has now been launched into the incident this morning.
It has not been confirmed whether the man injured any members of the public before being shot.
Emmanuel Macron has not yet released a statement on the attack.
(Info, photos at link for AlJazeera above and here)
— Christophe Cirone (@Cirone06) October 29, 2020
VIDÉO. David Olivier Reverdy, représentant du syndicat de police Alliance donne des précisions sur l’attaque au couteau survenue plus tôt ce matin. #attentatnice « L’individu s’en serait pris à deux femmes et un homme ». pic.twitter.com/To9hjPY0Md
— Célia Malleck (@celia_malleck) October 29, 2020
— Nice-Matin (@Nice_Matin) October 29, 2020
Photo alleged to be the muslim assassin
— The Rebel (@RebelNewsOnline) July 11, 2019
It is established that Twitter has agreed to conform to Pakistani blasphemy laws.
It is stunning that at a free speech event, RT is banned but the CBC and BBC are not although the reasons for banning RT (presumably) apply more to the CBC and BBC.
The Rebel managed to attend but they clearly attempted to stop Ezra from asking the only question that mattered. This was a stage managed event and no dissent was to be permitted, and the Pakistani censors must not be challenged.
This is a truly outstanding moment by The Rebel’s Ezra Levant, equalled perhaps only by his appearance as a defendant at the disgraceful Canadian ‘Human Rights Commissions’.
Freedom of speech is dying all over the world and the UK appears to be the vanguard of the new totalitarian push against freedom of speech.
This story, published on Jihad Watch on June 13th this year, just came to our attention today:
ccording to Searchlight Germany, “After the barbecue, which was organised as a protest against the ‘interreligious Eid festival’, participants were attacked by two Syrians and attacked with a knife.”
It’s clear who is in charge in Germany now. How long will it be before Merkel’s government, seeing consumption of pork as evidence of “right-wing extremism,” bans it altogether?
“Pig triggers police action at barbecue by right-wing extremists,” translated from “Schwein löst Polizeieinsatz bei Grillfest von Rechtsextremen aus,” Lepiziger Volkszeitung, June 10, 2019 (thanks to Searchlight Germany):
The far-right group Pro Chemnitz organized a barbecue in protest. It was directed against Muslims who were celebrating the end of their month of fasting Ramadan. In the end, the police intervened.
The extreme right-wing group Pro Chemnitz launched a police operation with a pig. As a protest against an event for the Muslim Sugar Festival at the end of the month of fasting Ramadan, Pro Chemnitz had invited people on Saturday to a barbecue, where a piglet landed on the grill.
Whole piglet was not allowed
Here is the only video we have found so far of this event. The police come to make sure the pig is chopped up small enough that it cannot be recognized as pig. This, is what police need to be doing in a city where migrants are raping and murdering the locals.
Thank yu. Ava Lon for the translation.
Google Hosts Sharia Law App Enabling Muslims to Report Blasphemy and Heresy to the Police
On December 7, 2018, the Google Play Store approved the latest version of “Smart Pakem,” an app that allows Muslims in Jakarta, the capital of the largest Muslim country on earth, to report violations of Sharia law such as blasphemy and even heresy. The app allows users to report people who practice unrecognized religions or unorthodox interpretations of Indonesia’s six officially recognized faiths: Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Protestant Christianity, and Roman Catholic Christianity.
According to Google’s translation on the Google Play Store, “Smart Pakem” intends “to make it easier to find information and manage religion, belief flow and community organizations in the jurisdiction of DKI Jakarta,” the capital of Indonesia.
The app, which has more than 1,000 installs, claims to provide a list of “laws and regulations that regulate the activities of the flow of beliefs in the community.”
While most areas of Indonesia do not enforce the entirety of Sharia (Islamic law), the national criminal code prohibits blasphemy, which it defines as “the act or offense of speaking sacrilegiously about God or sacred things.” Article 156(a) makes it illegal to “express feelings of hostility, hatred, or contempt against religion,” with a penalty of up to five years in prison.
Thank you C. for this find and translation.