Nothing to be concerned about. David Cameron and Boris Johnson assure us this has nothing to do with Islam. And they couldn’t possibly be wrong, and leading their country to ruin through their determined willful ignorance of the enemy’s identity, motives and goals, could they?
“Filmed from a hotel balcony, the chilling moment ISIS gunman is seen sprinting across Tunisian beach after killing 38 innocent tourists,” by Lydia Willgress, Thomas Burrows and Jennifer Smith, MailOnline, June 28, 2015 (thanks to Pamela Geller):
This is the haunting moment the crazed Tunisian gunman made his escape after slaughtering 38 people.
Seifeddine Rezgui was spotted by a tourist following his 25-minute rampage where he targeted holidaymakers lounging on the beach in Sousse.
The 55-second clip shows the 23-year-old ISIS militant, who was also carrying grenades, dressed in black and running along the edge of the sea.
It emerged as the number of Britons feared to have been killed in the attack rose to 30 on Sunday night.
The families of missing Britons in Tunisia who have not been heard from since Friday’s attack were preparing for the worst on Sunday as it was claimed the death toll of Brits killed in the massacre would double.
The Foreign Office have confirmed at least 15 people killed were British, with the Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond warning the number would rise ‘significantly’.
On Sunday as the relatives of the missing arrived in Tunisia, it was claimed at least 30 British lives had been taken in the attack which is the worst on the nation since the 7/7 bombings.
The Foreign Office could not confirm the number when contacted on Sunday night but reinforced Mr Hammond’s guidance the death toll would increase….
It came after haunting footage of Rezgui wandering along the beach with a Kalashnikov in his hand emerged.
In the footage the killer can be seen still carrying the assault rifle he used in the horrifying attack as he turns to sprint up an alley.
The footage, shot from a nearby balcony, was released after a Tunisian police officer revealed he killed the assassin using ‘two bullets’.
The policeman, who wished to keep his identity secret, said he spotted the gunman while he was praying in a side street before he shot him twice.
Following his killing spree, Rezgui stopped outside a housing development belonging to Mayel Moncef, 56.
As bullets rained down on the gunman from rooftop snipers, he dropped to his knees in prayer, allowing a grenade to roll from his hand and into the gutter.
Mr Moncef then picked up a stack of terracotta roof tiles and threw it on the head of the gunman, causing him to stumble. He walked a few yards before the policeman shot him dead.