Why the Louvre?

Louvre terror attack: Egyptian man, ‘who arrived in France in January’ shot five times after attacking soldier with machete

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Security sources in Cairo have identified him as Abdullah Reda al-Hamamy, born in Dakahlia, a province northeast of Cairo.
Bill Warner: “It is the Purpose of Islam to Destroy All Art Because it is Jahiliyyah”

by Baron Bodissey

Yesterdays  jihad attack at the Louvre — to which the mujahid is said to have carried a backpack containing paint bombs — suggests that the attacker intended to damage or destroy some of the priceless works of art that are exhibited in the most renowned art museum in the world.

For those who study the Islamic theology and law, the attempt is no surprise. Islam mandates the destruction of art and other artifacts created by infidels, because they represent the jahiliyyah, the “time of ignorance” before Mohammed brought the word of Allah to his disciples.

Earlier today Vlad Tepes interviewed Dr. Bill Warner of the Center for the Study of Political Islam about the attack at the Louvre and related matters, including the Koranic basis for such acts. Dr. Warner emphasizes that Islam is waging an all-out war against war against kuffar civilization. He says, “Paint bombs are part of the civilizational war started by Mohammed 1,400 years ago.”

Many thanks to Vlad for conducting this interview and uploading the video:


In Paris, the city of fight, another apparent Islamic attack.

The Daily Telegraph reports:

A knife-wielding man shouting “Allahu Akbar” attacked French soldiers on patrol near the Louvre Museum Friday in what officials described as a suspected terror attack. The soldiers first tried to fight off the attacker and then opened fire, shooting him five times.

The attack at an entrance to a shopping mall that extends beneath the museum sowed panic and again highlighted the threat French officials say hangs over the country, which was hit repeatedly by extremist attacks in 2015 and 2016 …

Friday’s attacker slightly injured one of the soldiers, in the scalp, officials said. Another soldier opened fire, gravely wounding the attacker. “He is wounded in the stomach,” said police chief Michel Cadot.

So is France.


A French prosecutor says the attacker is believed to be a 29-year-old Egyptian who was living in the United Arab Emirates. He is in a life-threatening condition in a hospital.

Actually, he was in a life-threatening condition before he went to hospital.

Security sources in Cairo have identified him as Abdullah Reda al-Hamamy, born in Dakahlia, a province northeast of Cairo.

The attacker had no identity papers but investigators used his cellphone to find out that he was a resident in the United Arab Emirates who came to Paris on a tourist visa on January 26.

Trump-style extreme vetting doesn’t seem like such a bad idea, does it?

5 thoughts on “Why the Louvre?”

  1. The museums and art galleries will now need to be bollarded and secured, to prevent allah’s ‘art critics’ from attacking. No need to draw the false prophet Mohammed – the Mona Lisa will trigger them.

  2. And, of course, the small fact that moslems are utter attention whores and that the museum was a relatively soft target. Wounding them is not enough. Is he dead yet?

  3. They are cultural pigs.

    They destroy everything.

    After 9/11 and 7/7 Quite a few museums have changed how they behaved. Now it will be heightened again.

    Pray Hard you are correct, museums and galleries are soft targets.

  4. Oh, I’ve noticed there has been very little coverage on this event in Paris.

    Is this the way now? Very little coverage to minimize the M word? It was the same with Quebec, very minimal coverage.

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