Saturday, January 2, 2016

France: Muslim shouting "Allahu Akbar" rams his car into soldiers guarding a mosque

(ABC) A French prosecutor says investigators see no links between a man who rammed his car into four soldiers guarding a mosque in the southeastern city of Valence and "a terrorist network or terrorist act."

The man was stopped Friday when a soldier fired and wounded him. France is on high alert after the coordinated attacks by Islamic extremists in Paris on Nov. 13.

Prosecutor Alex Perrin said Saturday "so far it seems to be the act of an individual."

Perrin said the 29-year-old French citizen of Tunisian descent is a practicing Muslim not reported as radicalized. He was not known to the police and justice services and has no psychiatric history.
Of course he is not radicalized - it's all an integral part of the mainstream Islam.

The prosecutor the goes into a denial mode:
His motives remain unclear.

Perrin said the man claimed in confused comments that he wanted "to kill soldiers because soldiers kill people."

He notably said "Allahu Akbar," or "God is great," which "shows a link with a certain religiosity," Perrin detailed.

If you keep lying to yourself by not calling a jihad a jihad, it'll only result in more dead people.