Cultural Enrichment Watch:
The Sydney Moonbat Herald doesn’t give anything away: there is useless drivel about “a good boy, a humble boy” –“The family’s deeply traumatised by this shooting,”– and we are told that “Mr Arja loved kids”– but there is little substance or effort to connect the dots.
A distraught mother yelled “don’t die, don’t die, your fiancee is coming” as relatives tried to revive her son, who was killed in a fatal shooting in Punchbowl overnight.
I heard ‘Bang, bang, bang’. I didn’t really know what was going on. I thought maybe it was my Christmas lights exploding.
‘Christmas lights?’ In a Mohammedan zone?
Bachir Arja, known as Barry, died in a targeted attack outside his home in Owen Street, about 11.15pm.
Paramedics arrived to find relatives of the 28-year-old, who had recently become engaged, desperately trying to save his life.
Mr Arja is believed to have been shot in the head and died at the scene. He was related to the wife of Ali Eid, a man who was fatally shot just a kilometre away three weeks ago.
A friend of Mr Arja told Fairfax Media the victim had been at home, where he lived with his widow mother, Maleka Arja, when he received a telephone call to come outside.
“Upon leaving the front door of his premises, that male was shot a number of times and unfortunately fatally wounded. –Read more>>> (thanks to kaw)