Many times I have noted here that since Islamic authorities and organizations worldwide have not pronounced takfir on Osama bin Laden those who believe as he does -- that is, declared that they are not Muslims -- and since the jihad doctrine and Islamic supremacism is deeply embedded within Islamic texts and teachings, it is impossible to determine with full certainty whether any Muslim is likely to engage in jihad activity or not. Although this is an extremely unpopular and oft-condemned view, it is simply factual -- and here is more evidence of it.
"The Odense Shooter: A Model Citizen," by Baron Bodissey at Gates of Vienna (thanks to Joel):
In an exclusive at Snaphanen, Steen has used his skills as an internet gumshoe and tracked down the name of the suspect in the Odense shootings. The man accused of shooting two young Israelis at the shopping mall in Odense can now be identified as Wissam Freijeh.
Our Danish correspondent Kepiblanc has kindly translated Steen’s post:A close-up snapshot of Sudden Jihad
It seems our initial diagnosis on the Odense-shooter, Wissam Freijeh, was correct. “I want to make sure that Danes will get a more positive perception of us immigrants,” said the metal worker and model immigrant a few years ago to the council of Odense municipality — after a career as “misfit”.
One 27-year old man, now indicted for the attempted murder of two Israelis, was used as a model example in an educational campaign
“It’s one’s own choice how to live.” With these words the Odense municipality presented the then 22-year old man WF on a home page encouraging young people to get an education. WF, now indicted for the attempted murder of two Israeli salesmen in the Odense Rosegarden Center, was used by the municipality as an example to show that education is the road ahead in the Danish society. During an interview published on a home page prior to the 2003 Union Congress for Young People and Education WF told how happy he was to be an apprentice metal worker. And in another interview in Aarhus Stiftstidende [Danish daily] 2004 — one year prior to graduation — he expressed his future goal thusly: “My wish is to contribute to an improvement in the way Danes look at us foreigners”....
Mission accomplished, although the improvement should come in making Danes more wary.