Tomorrow's Headlines Today: German Muslims Fear 'Backlash' Over Frankfurt Airport Attack

America’s Muslim infil-traitor in Chief  acting stupidly:

Obama Will “Spare No Effort” Determining Why Man Screaming “Allahu Akbar” Killed US Airmen

Obama promised that “we will spare no effort” to figure out “how this outrageous attack took place.”

“We don’t have all the information yet,” he told reporters. “You will be fully briefed as we get more information.” He added that the attack is a “stark reminder” of the “extraordinary sacrifices” made by the members of the military.

It’s called jihad, Hussein……. (GWP)

Is this the killer?

Uka was identified as Kosovan.  Albania has one of the largest Kosovan populations on earth.  Now look closely at the necklace around Uka’s neck:  It is that of the Albanian flag.  (source)

Here’s Bolt:  Not all the jihadists are now in Arabia

At this rate, Germany may become hostile teritory for the US again:

A GUNMAN has fired shots at US military personnel on a bus outside Frankfurt airport, killing two people and wounding two before being taken into custody. … Authorities in Germany said that the alleged gunman was a 21-year-old originally from Muslim-majority Kosovo in southeastern Europe who was living in Frankfurt.


Arif Uka, a 21 year-old Muslim from Kosovo, was arrested after the shooting outside the airport’s Terminal 2. He was reportedly armed with an automatic weapon and a knife.


The uncle said Arid Uka is a pious Muslim whose grandfather was a religious leader at a mosquein the village of Zhabar, near Mitrovica, Kosovo.


The New York Times quoted a man whose office is near the site of the shooting who … said witnesses told him that the gunman first talked to the military personnel to find out who they were and thenopened fire, shouting “God is great” in Arabic.


Another source told FOX the gunman was heard to yell “Allah Akbar!” — the Arabic phrase for ‘God is great’—before launching his assault.

12 thoughts on “Tomorrow's Headlines Today: German Muslims Fear 'Backlash' Over Frankfurt Airport Attack”

  1. It made me want to spew when I saw the anointed one offering his “condolences”. This from a man who bows to them, panders to them & supports them. A man who refuses to name the enemy and imports thousands of colonizers into America. It was disgusting …..spit…..

  2. And yes, the poor victims (always the muslims especially if a non-muslim gets killed) are again (&again & again & again…) fearing the counterfeit “backlash”. You’d think they’d be embarrassed about this sham by now.
    You know what? I’d love to see their fears realized for a change.

  3. This is not a German citizien. His origin is Albanian. The US and Nato -Partners established, against any reasonable sense, a muslim state called Kosovo in the middle of Europe. We have to suffer, having muslimic millions of Turks, North Africans, Albanians, etc. Thank you USA! God bless you. Hopefully not Allah.

  4. What I want to know is when are we going to see a “backlash’ because thats what Muslims need a backlash against them every time then maybe they would think twice.

  5. Realist, thats exactly the point,
    muslims dont see a problem doing this because theres no backlash!! never did. The only backlash late last century was from india in the 80’s

  6. Backlash is just what we need . The politicians are all gutless and politically correct. The media will not speak out about the issues.

  7. Milosevic wasn’t all bad. He knew that the Muslim population would
    grow into a pestilence of dispute and something had to be done to
    terminate the problem.
    Uka was identified as Kosovan. It was for these idiots that the U.S. in
    its stupidity under Clinton bombed the Serbs and now they want to kill

  8. Yet another attack on US or Western military forces, for no Muslim can tolerate Infidel forces invading dar ul islam. What we are seeing is simply the predictable response of Muslims – defensive Jihad which is allowed.

    Slowly but surely we are moving to war. It is the only option left.

  9. The moonbats and the Mohammedans and the USA’s President Hussein want you all to believe he just suddenly snapped after an argument . But ask yourself this ‘Is it NORMAL for German Airport employees to carry guns when the go to work???’ Because if its not, and I am sure it isn’t, then his actions were obviously pre planned .

  10. I’m sorry but I’m from Kosovo and have lived in the States (US) for some years now and would die to protect the American values and culture. In fact, that’s exactly what I do for a living and I do it well and with pride. What I don’t understand is how ONE[CRIMINAL/TERRORIST] PERSON (who is not the guy in the photo by the way) represents a nation. Not to mention he was born and raised in another country (Germany) and last time he visited Kosovo was 7 years ago (21-7 = 14) so he was 14. In addition, his whole family (father, mother, uncle, grandfather …) disowned him on national television.

    My point: just because your cousin is a killer, or a drug dealer, doesn’t make you a criminal by association.

    I must add that muslim fanatics can be a danger to our society regardless of their ethnicity!

    As for the US Airmen who lost their lives, I pray for their families. May they rest in peace.

  11. Shrugging at terror


    Two American servicemen were killed last week on as signment overseas. No, not in Iraq or Afghanistan, but in Frankfurt, Germany, for the simple act of getting on a bus. A lone Muslim gunman opened fire on the unsuspecting airmen at the Frankfurt airport, killing Nicholas J. Alden and Zachary R. Cuddeback and wounding two others. He shouted “Allah Akbar” as he shot — making it plain he was murdering in the name of his god.

    A few days earlier, four Americans sailing in the Indian Ocean on a mission of Christian mercy -distributing Bibles to remote churches — were captured by Somali pirates in international waters and executed while US naval officers were trying to negotiate their release.

    The reaction from the administration was dispassionately anodyne, as if these people had met with some freak accident. President Obama called Frankfurt a “tragic event,” while Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the pirate incident left her “deeply saddened and very upset.”

    Meanwhile, State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley did the usual Obama pretzel, avoiding any mention of Islam in connection to Frankfurt. Asked whether the sudden jihad explosion of a Muslim Kosovar holding German citizenship was a terrorist incident, Crowley replied evasively: “Was the shooting of Congresswoman Gabby Giffords a terrorist attack? You have to look at the evidence and look at the motivation, and then you make a judgment, and that is a process as far as I know that is ongoing.”

    There you have it: an “upset” administration engaged in a “process” over a “tragic event.” Is there a better or more pathetic image of a nation in deliberate retreat from great-power status?

    ‘Twas not always thus. Presidents used to understand that an attack on Americans overseas was an attack on the country.

    In the earliest days of the republic, President Thomas Jefferson sent the fledgling US Navy to Tripoli in response to acts of brigandage. After years of campaigning, including some serious setbacks, US forces defeated the pirates at sea and sent the Marines ashore. The pasha of Tripoli, used to receiving ransom instead of fixed bayonets, sued for peace.

    In 1904, Teddy Roosevelt was outraged by the kidnapping of Ion Perdicaris and his son by a bandit called the Raisuli. With the war cry, “Perdicaris alive or Raisuli dead!” TR sent the military to force the release of the Greek-American expatriate — and cruised to victory in the presidential election later that year.

    In April, 1986, the La Belle disco in Berlin was bombed, killing two US servicemen and wounding more than 50 others, at the behest of Libya’s Moammar Khadafy. The atrocity came less than a year after the Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad hijackers of TWA flight 847 singled out an American sailor named Robert Stethem for torture and murder, then threw his body thrown onto the tarmac in Beirut. Realizing that it could no longer be open season on US military personnel abroad, President Ronald Reagan responded to the Berlin attack by bombing Tripoli and Benghazi a couple of weeks later.

    In the decades since, America has allowed itself to be hamstrung by the asymmetric nature of radical Islam’s war against the West. Its adherents move easily from country to country, apparently secure in their membership in the ummah, or worldwide communion of Muslims. Western nation-states have been largely unable to hold a single “nation” responsible in the court of international law.

    Unless and until we can come up with the proper military and political response to such outrages — perhaps by ramping up our covert-ops missions — we are going to lose more of our fellow citizens to crimes of opportunity like Frankfurt. As we saw in the run-up to 9/11, unanswered provocations can have the gravest consequences. Americans want more than vague promises to “bring them to justice.” They want results.

    “When people see a strong horse and a weak horse,” said Osama bin Laden in November 2001, “by nature they will like the strong horse.” Having declared war on America and Israel in 1996, bin Laden knew who his enemy was.

    Do we?

    Michael Walsh, a former Time associate editor, is the author (as David Kahane) of “Rules for Radical Conservatives.”

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