“It’s Mo’s world,” writes Steyn, in the wake of this latest atrocity. “We just live in it.”
Mark Steyn, ten years ago:
These days, whenever something goofy turns up on the news, chances are it involves a fellow called Mohammed. A plane flies into the World Trade Centre? Mohammed Atta. A gunman shoots up the El Al counter at Los Angeles airport? Hesham Mohamed Hedayet. A sniper starts killing petrol station customers around Washington, DC? John Allen Muhammed. A guy fatally stabs a Dutch movie director? Mohammed Bouyeri. A terrorist slaughters dozens in Bali? Noordin Mohamed. A gang-rapist in Sydney? Mohammed Skaf.
A decade later, multiple Mos still lead the way when it comes to murder and mayhem. July’s Chattanooga multiple killer? Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez. Sydney’s teenage Islamic assassin? Farhad Khalil Mohammad Jabar. And now we have 18-year-old Faisal Mohammad, who this week stabbed four people at a California university:
“He had a smile on his face, he was having fun,” a construction worker who helped stop the attack told CBS 47.
Campus police shot and killed Mohammad, a freshman computer science & engineering major, after Wednesday’s attack. Police detonated his backpack and are testing a substance inside …
Authorities are investigating a motive. They say Mohammad was armed with a hunting knife, and that its blade was 8 to 10 inches long.
As usual, that motive might be a tricky one to nail down:
The man who went on a stabbing rampage Wednesday at the University of California, Merced, praised Allahin a two-page manifesto recovered from his body, the Merced County Sheriff said Thursday …
[Sheriff Verne Warnke] told a crowd of reporters Thursday “there is nothing to indicate this was anything other than a teenage boy who got upset with fellow classmates.”
Asked if the manifesto made any references to Allah, Warnke said there were, but dismissed any suggestion that Mohammad was motivated by religion.
“His belief was through the Muslim faith, but there’s nothing to indicate anything other than that,” Warnke said. “It’d be like a Christian referring to the Lord Jesus.”
“It’s Mo’s world,” writes Steyn, in the wake of this latest atrocity. “We just live in it.” Well, for as long as we’re allowed.
Campus stabber’s manifesto included ‘praise for Allah,’ plan for beheading
… “There was nothing to indicate he was doing this because of Allah, or because he was going to be rewarded with 72 virgins, or because of ties to a terror group,” Warnke said. “He appeared to be a devout Muslim, on the strong side of the belief.” …
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