Finding Humor in Islamic Terror
It isn’t easy to find humor in the never-ending nightmare of Islam’s terror war against civilization. But you can do it with help from the media:
An ISIS suicide bomber [Sunday] attacked a Catholic priest with an axe as he tried to blow up hundreds of worshippers at a church during Sunday Mass.
Priest Albert Pandiangan, 60, was holding the holy ceremony at the altar when the 18-year-old fanatic rushed towards him with a backpack bomb and tried to blow himself up.
But the bomb burned without setting off the explosives, so the jihadi pulled an axe from his bag and slashed the priest’s arm at St Yoseph Church in Medan, the capital of North Sumatra in Indonesia.
Fortunately, the congregation was able to detain Ivan Armadi Hasugian until police arrived. The maniac was found to possess “a hand-drawn picture of the ISIS flag,” and said he was not working alone.
A picture of the attacker’s ID card circulating online said he was Muslim.
In recent years there have been a number of attacks on religious minorities and others in Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim-majority country.
Not so funny so far, although at least the priest was not seriously injured. But then comes the punchline at the very end of the story:
Police are still investigating the man’s motive.
No need to investigate. Any moonbat could tell them that Hasugian’s attempt at terror was a desperate response forced upon him by income inequality and neocolonial oppression.
Hat tip: Jihad Watch.