We have seen this before. In Mali, Muslims screaming “Allahu akbar” took hostages, freeing those who could recite the Qur’an. In September 2013 at Nairobi’s Westgate Mall, Muslims murdered people who couldn’t answer questions about Islam. In June 2014, Muslims murdered people who could not pass an Islam quiz. In November 2014, Muslims murdered 28 non-Muslims who couldn’t recite Qur’an verses. In April 2015, Muslims screaming “Allahu akbar” stormed Garissa University College, and only shot those who couldn’t recite Qur’an. In a Bangladesh restaurant in July 2016, the jihadis spared those who could recite from the Qur’an.
“It’s an awful day,” Anderson said. “Starting tomorrow, things won’t be the same here.”
That’s right. Starting tomorrow, we will be inundated with reports about “Islamophobia” in the Twin Cities area, and there will be a new avalanche of programs pouring money into the area to prevent “radicalization.” Authorities will not conclude that the present “deradicalization” programs have failed; they will conclude that they’re underfunded.
“Eight injured in stabbings at St. Cloud mall; suspect killed by off-duty cop,” by Nick Woltman, Twin Cities Pioneer Press, September 17, 2016:
A lone attacker stabbed eight people at a St. Cloud shopping mall Saturday night before being shot and killed by an off-duty police officer, according to city officials.
None of the victims’ injuries were considered life-threatening, but one was admitted to St. Cloud Hospital, Mayor Dave Kleis said during a midnight press conference. The other seven victims were treated at the hospital and released.
The suspect entered the Crossroads Center mall about 8 p.m. armed with a knife and wearing a private security uniform, St. Cloud Police Chief William Blair Anderson told reporters at the press conference. The suspect reportedly made references to Allah during the assaults and asked at least one of the victims whether they were Muslim, Anderson said.
An off-duty police officer from another jurisdiction confronted the suspect inside the mall and shot him to death, Anderson said. He did not identify the suspect, but said investigators have no reason to believe anyone else was involved in the attack.
“It’s an awful day,” Anderson said. “Starting tomorrow, things won’t be the same here.”…