Saturday, December 23, 2017

Denmark: Muslim migrant charged with plotting jihad mass murder attack in Copenhagen



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Denmark: Muslim migrant charged with plotting jihad mass murder attack in Copenhagen


Bring in more. That’ll solve the problem, because the whole place will become a Sharia state and there will be no more need to wage jihad.
“Danish police charge Syrian man with attempted terrorism,” Reuters, December 22, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
Danish Police have charged a 30-year-old Syrian man, an asylum-seeker to Sweden, with attempting to commit a “terrorist act” in Copenhagen in November 2016, according to a police statement.
The man, whose name media are prohibited from mentioning, was arrested on Thursday in an operation involving the Danish intelligence service, police said.
The court found there was reasonable suspicion the man had planned to commit a “terrorism attack” at an unknown place in Copenhagen in November 2016 together with a man who was convicted in Germany in July of planning an attack in Copenhagen.
The two men had aimed at killing or wounding several random people by attacking them with knives and afterwards detonate one or several explosive charges, the police said.