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“Allahu Akbar”: Mohammed Stabs 6 on French Train

“Allahu Akbar”: Mohammed Stabs 6 on French Train
Another day, another Jihad.
By Daniel Greenfield

Another day, another Jihad. It hasn’t been that long since the Muslim machete attack in Times Square. Or the arrest of Iranian brothers in Germany collecting ricin for biological warfare.

Now there’s news from France.

Six people were stabbed Wednesday at Gare du Nord in Paris by a man immediately overpowered by the police on the spot. The facts took place around 6:45 a.m. in the station, located in the heart of the 10th arrondissement of Paris, at a busy hour…

Six people were injured, including one seriously, by stabbing, Wednesday Gare du Nord in Paris by a man immediately overpowered by the police on the spot, we learned from a police source and from the Paris prosecutor’s office. The facts took place shortly before 6:45 a.m. in the station, located in the heart of the 10th arrondissement of Paris, at a busy hour.

According to some witnesses at the scene, the defendant shouted “Allah Akhbar” during the attack. An element that the investigators of the criminal brigade are checking, by cross-checking the hearing of witnesses and victims. At this stage, the police officers who intervened said they had heard remarks made in Arabic, without however being able to confirm what certain witnesses had precisely reported.

Like a lot of Muslim ‘sudden Jihad’ incidents, this appeared to involve a refugee who was being expelled from the country. And who arrived in Europe as part of the massive mass migration.

And who was already known to authorities, but who weren’t allowed to expel him.

The man who injured several people with knives this Wednesday, January 11 at the Gare du Nord (Paris) was subject to an obligation to leave French territory (OQTF) since the summer of 2022, Le Figaro learned from sources. consistent. According to our information, the suspect – who did not have identity documents on him at the time of his arrest – is a 22-year-old Libyan known by several identities. This individual who arrived in France in 2019 was confused by his fingerprints. This petty delinquent, on file for theft, was housed in Seine-Saint-Denis. He made several passages in prison, marked in particular by an escape, tells us a police source.

According to information from Europe 1, the suspect, on whom no paper was found, said in the morning that he said he was Algerian. He said his name was Mohamed Amine M., a name unknown to the police and he was born, according to his statements, on April 14, 1991. He would therefore be 31 years old. However, the attacker would have given a false identity. Passed to the file, his fingerprint returned to five aliases with different dates of birth.

The conviction of the police is that he is Libyan with an Obligation to leave French territory (OQTF) since September 2022. Nevertheless, the real identity of the suspect will probably never be 100% certified, given that he does not there is no exchange channel with Libya for the identification of its nationals. This is also one of the reasons why France does not deport a national to Libya.

That seems like a very good reason to deport Libyans. But this is the same old story with the same consequences.

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