Friday Muslim Blood Sacrifice: Two Men Slaughtered in Paris


A French Muslim slit the throats of his father and brother Friday on a Paris sidewalk while yelling “Allahu Akbar.” He then knelt and prayed until police came and arrested him.

Paris police urged caution saying they were still trying to determine a motive.

Welcome to politically correct France.

Clue for Paris Police: it’s in the Quran.

The attack happened outside a building on the east side of Paris on Rue de Montreuil, near Place de la Nation.

The French newspaper Le Figaro quoted a witness who said the killer shouted “Allahu Akbar” (‘God is greatest’, in Arabic).

Another witness said he heard a man “crying for help,” then looked out his window and saw one of the victims lying in a pool of blood.

Makes the Australian school teacher in this news story look very wise: “Australian Teacher Quits After Islamic Students Threaten to Behead Her”

Teachers at a primary school in Sydney, Australia have been threatened with beheading and other violence from Muslim students as young as 10, and one of the teachers has quit.

There is a reason why a lot of Muslim terrorism occurs on Fridays and why today’s Paris suspect prayed after he killed his father and brother.

The Quran commands Muslims to behead unbelievers, so Muslim terrorism is an act of spiritual obedience for those who try to keep every word of the Quran.

This is known to the Paris police but they must act like they don’t in order to sacrifice to another god: political correctness.

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