Tuesday, June 27, 2017


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Soldier Of Islam

Mohamed Bouhlel drove a 20-ton truck into a highly crowded area of France’s paradise by the sea before being shot and killed by police.

Mohamed was a man that had no known connections to terror groups and wasn’t on the radar of any international watch-list. Mohamed was completely unknown before he killed 84 and left dozens injured.

Now we are starting to get to know the man named Mohamed Bouhlel.

Mohamed was a “soldier of Islam” and appears to have radicalized very quickly. CNN is reporting that it only took the killer four months to be radicalized, form a plan and execute that plan.

The man was a divorced father of three and neighbors described him as a “loner”.

His neighbors said he was depressed after he got a divorce with his wife two years ago. Many people that lived in the same building described him as rude and aggressive and very fond of women.

Mohamed used dating apps to find dates and at least one neighbor felt uncomfortable with his demeanor around young women.

Ironically, he was recently arrested for causing a traffic accident. He fell asleep during a delivery run he made as the driver and was taken into custody.

Mohamed was a career criminal and was arrested for assault with a weapon, domestic violence and threats and robbery. Despite his many arrests, he was never convicted on any terrorism related charge.

How he went from assault charges to killing 84 people on the street is still under investigation.

The investigators are also looking into accomplices. The police have arrested seven people in connection with the attack, but none have been charged currently.

We will learn a lot more about Mohamed and possible accomplices in the coming weeks, but right now it is important to remember the victims. 84 people died celebrating Bastille Day. (The French equivalent to America’s 4th of July)

84 more people died because of global terrorism the leaders of the United States seem too “politically correct” to stop it.

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French President Francois Hollande promised a “pitiless” war against ISIS, after they killed upwards of 140 people in Paris on Friday.

Looks like he’s making good on that promise.

On Sunday, ten French fighter jets took off from allied bases in Jordan and the United Arab Emirates. They dropped twenty bombs and decimated key terrorist targets in Raqqa, Syria, the de facto capital city of the Islamic State.

Since the targets were located in crowded downtown neighborhoods, it’s not entirely clear how much of Raqqa has been destroyed. Civilian casualties were not reported.

France had been an ally and a major player in the war against ISIS, but had so far largely confined its bombing to ISIS forces in Iraq, rather than Syria. They were apparently concerned that, by bombing Syria, they risked strengthening the hand of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a vicious dictator who is also at war with ISIS.

After the attacks that shook the world, however, Hollande and France have decided to go for the kill. The United States was more than happy to oblige: the American military shared its plans and targets in advance of France’s air strikes.

The Paris attacks—where gunman with assault rifles popped up across the city, including in a crowded nightclub—is the first major terrorist attack outside the Middle East to be confirmed by ISIS. It’s raised concerns that the brutal terrorist organization, which has since been content to conquer land in Iraq and Syria, may have global ambitions. And it’s clear that the West isn’t ready.

The attacks have also shaken up the United States presidential race. The second Democratic Party debate, which aired in a graveyard slot on Saturday night, was hastily changed to include a focus on foreign affairs and terrorism.

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Two off-duty members of the U.S. military are being hailed as heroes in France–after they helped thwart a gunman on a crowded French train.

Alek Skarlatos, 22, a member of the National guard, and Spencer Stone, 23, a U.S. airman–along with their friend Anthony Sadler, 23–were on the high-speed rail from Paris to Amsterdam when they saw a gunman with an automatic weapon burst out of the toilet compartment.

Sadler describes the scene:

“As [the gunman] was cocking it to shoot it, Alek just yells, ‘Spencer, go!’ Spencer makes first contact, he tackles the guy, Alek wrestles the gun away from him, and the gunman pulls out a box cutter and slices Spencer a few times. And the three of us beat him until he was unconscious.”

“I knew we had to do something or he was just going to kill people,” Skarlatos added. “I mean he wasn’t shooting at the time, so I figured it was a good time to do it.”

The gunman, Ayoub el-Khazzani, a 25-year-old Moroccan man, was carrying multiple weapon and about 300 bullet rounds–so, while no one was hurt, there could’ve been considerable loss of life had the three vacationing Americans not intervened.

El-Khazzani and the Americans, who received minor injuries in the scuffle, were the only people on the train injured.

French President Francois Hollande praised their courage–and gave them the Legion d’Honneur, France’s highest honor and the equivalent of a knighthood.

“In France you behaved as soldiers but also as responsible men,” Hollande said. “You put your life in danger to defend the idea of freedom.”


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