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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
 

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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
Your country's treatment of the Palestinians, including evicting them from their homes so they needed to go somewhere, created these militants. Thanks so much.
 

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You don't know that, your speculating. He was not raised in Palestine, but I bet he had relation there. It said he got into a bad crowd, happens all the time in the US, and those Jews who set that boy on fire, guess they got into the wrong crowd as well.


El-Hussein was born in Copenhagen to Palestinian parents who fled to Denmark via a refugee camp in Jordan, according to the Danish daily newspaper Politiken.

"He loved to discuss Islam. In particular, he often discussed Israel and the Palestine conflict. He wasn't afraid of saying openly that he hated Jews," a former classmate told the tabloid Ekstra Bladet.

Still, few who knew him seemed capable of linking the man of their recollections with the person who shot and killed two people -- one at a debate on Islam and free speech, the other at Copenhagen's main synagogue -- before himself being killed by police in a pre-dawn shootout.

Julie, the former classmate, recalled how El-Hussein had rushed to help her when she was hit by a car outside their school in 2013.

Yet days later, he stabbed a 19-year-old man in the leg on board a commuter train in Copenhagen.

However, he "ended up in bad company, really bad," an acquaintance told Politiken, adding that he also became a heavy user of marijuana. "He wound up in a trap."
 

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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
Your country's treatment of the Palestinians, including evicting them from their homes so they needed to go somewhere, created these militants. Thanks so much.

So who created the militants back in 627 C.E. then when Mohamed commanded the muslims to wipe out the Jews
 

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You don't know that, your speculating. He was not raised in Palestine, but I bet he had relation there. It said he got into a bad crowd, happens all the time in the US, and those Jews who set that boy on fire, guess they got into the wrong crowd as well.


El-Hussein was born in Copenhagen to Palestinian parents who fled to Denmark via a refugee camp in Jordan, according to the Danish daily newspaper Politiken.

"He loved to discuss Islam. In particular, he often discussed Israel and the Palestine conflict. He wasn't afraid of saying openly that he hated Jews," a former classmate told the tabloid Ekstra Bladet.

Still, few who knew him seemed capable of linking the man of their recollections with the person who shot and killed two people -- one at a debate on Islam and free speech, the other at Copenhagen's main synagogue -- before himself being killed by police in a pre-dawn shootout.

Julie, the former classmate, recalled how El-Hussein had rushed to help her when she was hit by a car outside their school in 2013.

Yet days later, he stabbed a 19-year-old man in the leg on board a commuter train in Copenhagen.

However, he "ended up in bad company, really bad," an acquaintance told Politiken, adding that he also became a heavy user of marijuana. "He wound up in a trap."




No excuse unless you extend the same sympathies to any Jew guilty of cold blooded murder
 

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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
Your country's treatment of the Palestinians, including evicting them from their homes so they needed to go somewhere, created these militants. Thanks so much.

So who created the militants back in 627 C.E. then when Mohamed commanded the muslims to wipe out the Jews
When did he give this command? And, are you sure it wasn't the Christians he was talking about. In 627 AD, the Jews were a tiny, inconsequential minority in the Middle East, which was mainly Christian.
 

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You don't know that, your speculating. He was not raised in Palestine, but I bet he had relation there. It said he got into a bad crowd, happens all the time in the US, and those Jews who set that boy on fire, guess they got into the wrong crowd as well.


El-Hussein was born in Copenhagen to Palestinian parents who fled to Denmark via a refugee camp in Jordan, according to the Danish daily newspaper Politiken.

"He loved to discuss Islam. In particular, he often discussed Israel and the Palestine conflict. He wasn't afraid of saying openly that he hated Jews," a former classmate told the tabloid Ekstra Bladet.

Still, few who knew him seemed capable of linking the man of their recollections with the person who shot and killed two people -- one at a debate on Islam and free speech, the other at Copenhagen's main synagogue -- before himself being killed by police in a pre-dawn shootout.

Julie, the former classmate, recalled how El-Hussein had rushed to help her when she was hit by a car outside their school in 2013.

Yet days later, he stabbed a 19-year-old man in the leg on board a commuter train in Copenhagen.

However, he "ended up in bad company, really bad," an acquaintance told Politiken, adding that he also became a heavy user of marijuana. "He wound up in a trap."




No excuse unless you extend the same sympathies to any Jew guilty of cold blooded murder
Jews in Nazi occupied Europe would have my sympathy, certainly.
 

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You don't know that, your speculating. He was not raised in Palestine, but I bet he had relation there. It said he got into a bad crowd, happens all the time in the US, and those Jews who set that boy on fire, guess they got into the wrong crowd as well.


El-Hussein was born in Copenhagen to Palestinian parents who fled to Denmark via a refugee camp in Jordan, according to the Danish daily newspaper Politiken.

"He loved to discuss Islam. In particular, he often discussed Israel and the Palestine conflict. He wasn't afraid of saying openly that he hated Jews," a former classmate told the tabloid Ekstra Bladet.

Still, few who knew him seemed capable of linking the man of their recollections with the person who shot and killed two people -- one at a debate on Islam and free speech, the other at Copenhagen's main synagogue -- before himself being killed by police in a pre-dawn shootout.

Julie, the former classmate, recalled how El-Hussein had rushed to help her when she was hit by a car outside their school in 2013.

Yet days later, he stabbed a 19-year-old man in the leg on board a commuter train in Copenhagen.

However, he "ended up in bad company, really bad," an acquaintance told Politiken, adding that he also became a heavy user of marijuana. "He wound up in a trap."




No excuse unless you extend the same sympathies to any Jew guilty of cold blooded murder
She said "if figures" meaning it was a Palestine, which makes it sound like who else could do something like that, well in the US we have lots of people, one just shot 3 Muslims. So no it was not a given it would be a Palestinian .
 
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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
Thank God we have AIPAC here in the USA to help keep America safe from such Palestinian Islamic jihadist mentality & sharia law.
 

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You mean, an organization that is able to convince people like you to be ok with sending our young men to die for Israel interests.
 

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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
Thank God we have AIPAC here in the USA to help keep America safe from such Palestinian Islamic jihadist mentality & sharia law.
What has Aipac done, but to instigate hatred.
 

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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
Your country's treatment of the Palestinians, including evicting them from their homes so they needed to go somewhere, created these militants. Thanks so much.
Yet another example of propaganda and lies :lol:

So, where are your documents to prove this one monti?
 

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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
Your country's treatment of the Palestinians, including evicting them from their homes so they needed to go somewhere, created these militants. Thanks so much.

So who created the militants back in 627 C.E. then when Mohamed commanded the muslims to wipe out the Jews
When did he give this command? And, are you sure it wasn't the Christians he was talking about. In 627 AD, the Jews were a tiny, inconsequential minority in the Middle East, which was mainly Christian.


At Medina when he wanted to steal all the Jews wealth and will these few direct commands to kill all non muslims do


Now, let us have a closer look at what the Koran says about the infidels:-

  • Slay the unbelievers wherever you find them(2:191)
  • Make war on the infidels living in your neighboorhood (9:123)
  • When opportunity arises, kill the infidels wherever you catch them (9:5)
  • Kill the Jews and the Christians if they do not convert to Islam or refuse to pay Jizya tax (9:29)
  • Any religion other than Islam is not acceptable (3:85)
  • The Jews and the Christians are perverts; fight them (9:30)
  • Maim and crucify the infidels if they criticise Islam. (5:33)
  • The infidels are unclean; do not let them into a mosque (9:28)
  • Punish the unbelievers with garments of fire, hooked iron rods, boiling water; melt their skin and bellies
    (22:19)
  • Do not hanker for peace with the infidels; behead them when you catch them (47:4)
  • The unbelievers are stupid; urge the Muslims to fight them (8:65)
  • Muslims must not take the infidels as friends (3:28)
  • Terrorise and behead those who believe in scriptures other than the Qur’an (8:12)
  • Muslims must muster all weapons to terrorise the infidels (8:60)



After the muslims took over and ethnically cleansed the Jews from the M.E. the Christians were too be next but the crusaders put a stop to that. You do know who the CRUSADERS were I take it, they were devout Christians from Europe sent to defend the pilgrims from muslim attacks. Time to resurrect the Christian army of Crusaders and Knights Templar to strike fear into the heart of islam once again. Turn the tide of battle and see the muslims run like the cowards they are.
 

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You don't know that, your speculating. He was not raised in Palestine, but I bet he had relation there. It said he got into a bad crowd, happens all the time in the US, and those Jews who set that boy on fire, guess they got into the wrong crowd as well.


El-Hussein was born in Copenhagen to Palestinian parents who fled to Denmark via a refugee camp in Jordan, according to the Danish daily newspaper Politiken.

"He loved to discuss Islam. In particular, he often discussed Israel and the Palestine conflict. He wasn't afraid of saying openly that he hated Jews," a former classmate told the tabloid Ekstra Bladet.

Still, few who knew him seemed capable of linking the man of their recollections with the person who shot and killed two people -- one at a debate on Islam and free speech, the other at Copenhagen's main synagogue -- before himself being killed by police in a pre-dawn shootout.

Julie, the former classmate, recalled how El-Hussein had rushed to help her when she was hit by a car outside their school in 2013.

Yet days later, he stabbed a 19-year-old man in the leg on board a commuter train in Copenhagen.

However, he "ended up in bad company, really bad," an acquaintance told Politiken, adding that he also became a heavy user of marijuana. "He wound up in a trap."




No excuse unless you extend the same sympathies to any Jew guilty of cold blooded murder
Jews in Nazi occupied Europe would have my sympathy, certainly.


But this Palestinian scum was in Europe free to do as he wanted and go where he pleased, he was not under occupation. He was just your typical psychopathic muslim killer that targets unarmed innocent men, women and children
 

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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
Thank God we have AIPAC here in the USA to help keep America safe from such Palestinian Islamic jihadist mentality & sharia law.
What has Aipac done, but to instigate hatred.

Stopped the rise of extremist islam in the US and done its best to educate many people on the evil that is islam.
 
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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
Thank God we have AIPAC here in the USA to help keep America safe from such Palestinian Islamic jihadist mentality & sharia law.
What has Aipac done, but to instigate hatred.
Hatred by who? Islamic terrorists & their supporters like you? Don't like AIPAC? Leave the USA, go live in some Muslim country & be happy.
 

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The Jihadist mentality - he knows they gonna capture him so he continue to massacre innocent people hoping to die in the process and become a 'martyr'..Good morning Europe.
Thank God we have AIPAC here in the USA to help keep America safe from such Palestinian Islamic jihadist mentality & sharia law.
What has Aipac done, but to instigate hatred.
Hatred by who? Islamic terrorists & their supporters like you? Don't like AIPAC? Leave the USA, go live in some Muslim country & be happy.
AIPAC can leave and go to Israel, oh that's right the US belongs to the Jews. You go live in Israel since you love it so much. Nothing but blood country there, and if your looking for God, he has left the land.
 

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