“Police believed the driver had robbed the empty homes of several of his clients after taking them to the airport.” He may have considered that their property belonged to him by right, in lieu of the jizya payments that non-Muslims are supposed to be making to Muslims (cf. Qur’an 9:29).
Also relevant is a statement attributed to Muhammad: “I have been ordered (by Allah) to fight against the people until they testify that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and that Muhammad is Allah’s Apostle, and offer the prayers perfectly and give the obligatory charity, so if they perform that, then they save their lives and property from me except for Islamic laws and then their reckoning (accounts) will be done by Allah. (Bukhari 1.2.24)
Muhammad must fight against people until they confess that Allah is the only god and Muhammad is his messenger, and if they do, their lives and property are safe from him — in other words, if one does not confess that there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet, one’s life and property are not safe from the Muslims.
“French police find dynamite & ISIS image at home of cab driver,” RT, July 19, 2016 (thanks to Graham):
French police have arrested a Parisian taxi driver after explosives were found at his home during a raid over a separate criminal case. They also found a picture of an Islamic State flag on the phone of the man, who was on a watch list of dangerous individuals.
The 23-year-old, whose identity has not yet been revealed, was detained on Sunday at his home in the southeast of Paris, Reuters reports, citing government spokesman Stephane Le Foll.
Police came to the man’s home to question him over his suspected involvement in a burglary case. Police believed the driver had robbed the empty homes of several of his clients after taking them to the airport.
Officers searched the house on suspicion that some of the stolen goods were hidden there, but instead discovered two sticks of dynamite, as well as several detonators and cables. All of the devices were reportedly fully operational. French media say the explosives were stored dangerously as they were exposed to heat, meaning they could have detonated unintentionally. However, the explosives have now reportedly been destroyed.
In addition to the arsenal, police also found a picture of an Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) flag on the man’s cell phone, Le Foll reported.
Citing sources, Europe 1 TV channel reports that three passports and two driving licenses stolen during a burglary last week were found in the man’s car, possibly intended for use in human trafficking.
Commenting on the findings, Le Foll noted that it is too early to draw conclusions as the investigation is in progress.
“Was [it all] proof an attack was being prepared? The inquiry will tell,” the spokesman is quoted as saying.
The man is said to have already been known to French authorities. He was listed on France’s “Fiche S,” a list of several thousand people who are suspected of posing a security risk due to their radicalization….