Â Norway: Sudanese Failed Asylum Seeker Murders Three on Bus
The Refugee Industrial Complex wants us to believe that asylum seekers are poor little waifs who need the help of the too-rich West. But some of theÂ demanding refugee crowdÂ are dangerous characters, as was demonstrated recently in rural Norway, where a knife-wielding Sudanese man murdered three on a bus after he had been refused asylum.
The police gave chase and eventually caught up with the bus. The attacker was arrested after he tried to escape.
Below, Margaret Molland Sanden, a 19-year-old biotechnology student at the Oslo and Akerhus University College of Applied Sciences, was one of the three victims knifed to death.
There were only three persons on the bus, so the fake Â refugee killed all of the riders on board. (More)
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The world takes this kind of thing for granted. And after all, they said they were targeting soldiers — that makes it all right, doesn’t it? The world has grown accustomed to a certain frequency of terror murder in civilian areas, with no attempt made by anyone anywhere to address the ideology that underlies and justifies such attacks. Any such attempt would be “Islamophobic.” And so just as theÂ good people of Kampala have been told to avoid crowded places, perhaps now they should be told specifically to dine in and avoid restaurants. Having the populace cower in fear is easier than trying to address the problem at its source, which would just “offend Muslims.”
“Islamist rebels say they were behind Somalia suicide bombing,” fromÂ Reuters, October 19 (thanks to JW):
(Reuters) – The Somali Islamist militant group al Shabaab claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing on Saturday that killed at least 13 people at a restaurant popular with Ethiopian and Somali troops in the town of Baladweyne in central Somalia.”Our main target was Ethiopian and Djibouti troops who invaded our country. They were sitting there,’ Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab, Al Shabaab’s military operation spokesman said.
He put the death toll from the attack at 25, including troops from Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia….
Somali mass-murderer was “not extreme”
Why do they hate us? What can we possibly do to make them like us?
He was “not extreme.” He was a “moderate,” apparently. Norwegian authorities, however, will not explore the implications of that, or call upon Muslims in Norway to teach and work actively against the elements of Islam that give rise to jihad terror. That would be “Islamophobic.”
“Norwegian-Somali ‘radicalized’ before mall attack,” by Tom Odula and Jason Straziuso for theÂ Associated Press, October 18 (JW)
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Almost one month after gunmen attacked an upscale mall in Kenya, one of them has been identified as a Norwegian-Somali, officials said Friday, as charred body parts taken from a collapsed portion of the shopping center awaited forensics analysis to determine if they were the remains of the assailants.The suspect was identified as Hassan Abdi Dhuhulow, the first time officials have confirmed having a real name of one of possibly four attackers from the Somali militant group al-Shabab who stormed the mall on Sept. 21. Norwegian tax records show a Hassan Abdi Dhuhulow was born in 1990 and was registered at an address in Larvik, southern Norway, as late as 2009.
A former classmate of Dhuhulow’s at Thor Heyerdahl High School – named after the Norwegian adventurer – said she was shocked when she found out he was a suspect in the Nairobi attack.
“The video I saw looks a lot like him. But it’s difficult to see,” said the former classmate, who didn’t want her name to be used because she was uncomfortable being associated with a terror investigation.
“He was a quiet guy,” she said. “He was very committed to his religion, but not extreme. He brought a prayer mat to school.”
Larvik is a coastal town of about 40,000, tucked in between the woods and the sea, surrounded by agricultural land and close to the mountains.
Community leader Mohamed Hassan said that Dhuhulow, as a boy, would listen to his elders in the mosque and be respectful.
“He was not a trouble maker here in Larvik,” Hassan told The Associated Press by phone.