´I am here to die for Allah, there will be deaths´: Chilling final words of Paris airport attacker who shot at cops before he was killed as Kate and William met French terror victims Daily Mail [UK], by Dave Burke and Peter Allen
A convicted criminal with links to radical Islam shouted ´I am here to die for Allah, there will be deaths´ seconds before he was shot dead during an attack at Paris Orly airport. The 39-year-old, named locally as career criminal Ziyed Ben Belgacem, was killed after wrestling a soldier´s gun from her and fleeing into a McDonald´s. He sent a text message to his brother and father stating ´I shot the police´, shortly before he was killed. (Snip) The family are French and come from a Tunisian background. He was armed with a shotgun when he opened fire on police.
Comments: Radicalized in prison; another flower of Islam.
I can only think that there will be a point reached in this country where a relative of a victim of this type of action will meet with one or more politicians who are responsible for this unbridled ´immigration´
I am here to die for Jesus scratch that, here to die for Buddha, scratch that, here to die for Shiva, scratch that, here to die for Allah. Ah, that got it. Let´s see. Jesus Christianity, Buddha Buddhism, Shiva Hinduism. Allah? Can´t associate it with anything but Islam.
Now don´t rush to judgement...just because he was screaming about Allah and trying to kill folks. Could have been a poor childhood or he was insulted by the fact there are churches in France. Or maybe he´s just another Islamist terrorist pig...yeah, that´s it.
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A rape victim has told how she was forced to have sex with UN workers who were supposed to be on a peacekeeping mission in Haiti. The young woman, known only as Victim Number One, recounted her harrowing story to UN investigators - detailing how she was forced to have sex with some 50 peacekeepers from the age of 12 until she was 15. (Snip) The disturbing internal UN report uncovered abuse which was rife in Haiti between 2004 and 2007. At least 134 Sri Lankan peacekeepers exploited nine children as young as 12 in a sex ring, offering them cookies and
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Morristown — A former Parsippany Boy Scouts leader was found guilty Wednesday of possessing and distributing child pornography, the Morris County prosecutor´s office said. Stephen Corcoran, 49, of Parsippany, was convicted on all 11 counts in the case, said prosecutor´s office spokesman Fred Snowflack. Corcoran is awaiting a separate trial on sexual assault charges involving three Scouts in the 1990s. Jurors were not told of the sexual assault charges. (Snip) Corcoran faces up to 10 years in prison on one count of second-degree distribution of child pornography. He was also convicted on ten counts of fourth-degree possession of child pornography.
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