Friday, 8 June 2012

Subtitled video thanks to Vlad Tepes

Two law enforcement representatives were stabbed by a maniac in Moelenbeek, in Beekkant underground station. The attacker is a 34-year-old man active in the Islamist milieu who, according to his own statements, committed his attack to protest against the Belgian government's policy towards Muslims.

Having arrived from Paris in Thalys, he was carrying documents containing extracts from the Koran as well as a press article referring to the burka-wearing woman who was stopped last Thursday. After having found out about the events that occurred in Moelenbeek in recent days, he took the underground towards the district. When the doors were opened, he attacked the two young police recruits from behind while telling "Holy War!". According to our sources, the man was clearly in Belgium to "kill a cop".

The two victims, a man and a woman in their 30s, are out of danger. The woman has a wound in the neck and in her lower back; the man was struck in the nape of the neck.
Source: La Libre

UPDATE: A bit more detail on this from an interview with the mayor of Moelenbeek, Philippe Moureaux.

As to the motivations of this man, that would be Vlaam Belang's call to report women wearing burkas. According to Philippe Moureaux, the person who claims to be a member of Sharia4France, had a press article about this on his person. "During his arrest, he recited words containing dreadful threats towards Belgium," continues Philippe Moureaux who has called for the matter to be judged with the greatest severity.

Another news report of this incident. Thanks to Eeyore.


Anonymous said...

Hmmm...where have I read something before about "strike at their necks..."

Eeyore said...

Here is a longer bit translated from Dutch

Anonymous said...

Two counts of attempted murder, or is it an act of war? In the dhimmi UK legal system it would be bargained down to a lesser charge of actual bodily harm and he'd be out on parole in two years. I hope Belgian courts are strict.

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