An Islamic terrorist previously known to police repeatedly stabbed a father picking up his two children ( 3 and 7) from a Catholic middle school in Marseille, France. The 23-year-old Muslim shouted that he was acting “in the name of Allah” while butchering the Military doctor who was severely injured. He was rushed to the hospital, where he is in grave condition, and his prognosis is critical.
According to French media, the victim reportedly received several knife blows and was struck in the throat. He was in a state of cardio-respiratory arrest when emergency workers reached him. The attacker, known to police for drug trafficking, was subdued by witnesses and then arrested by police.
Media Formula For Protecting Muslim Supremacists
French left-wing media quickly deployed their formula for protecting religious Muslims who kill non-Muslims in accordance with their Islamic principles. First, they suggest the man is most likely suffering from “psychological issues.” Then, the media quickly released a statement that the Islamic terrorist would be subjected to a psychological examination.
Next, the media consistently acts as an attorney to defend jihadis and the Islamic ideology that motivates these attacks. For example, most of the articles written by French media claimed the attacker claimed his motives were for “God’ (Dieu) not “Allah.”
The media will not educate the public that many Quranic verses justify the attack, such as Qur’an 47:4: “When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks.” And finally, they do their very best to hide the killer’s identity.‘
A dangerous media narrative doesn’t allow any healthy discussion or reasonable policy concerning mass Islamic immigration to Europe or the West. Instead, the media consistently acts as an attorney to defend jihadis and the Islamic ideology that motivates these attacks.
Islamic attacks across France are part of a new normal in a country struggling with mass illegal migration. France is the main Islamic country in Europe, with 8.8% of its population now being Muslim. According to Gatestone, Islam is the second-largest religion in France but comes first if one counts active practitioners.