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Posted on 05/22/2014 1:04:06 PM PDT by Impala64ssa
because there were no qurans or books about Islam on the shelves
In Busalla, a small town of 5,700 inhabitants, in the province of Genes, in Liguria, a 24-year-old Senegalese Muslim man went to the towns public library looking for the Quran and books about Islamic culture but found none. So he went mad and started beating up the two staff members, a 43-year-old woman and a 64-year-old man. Then he ransacked the library, knocking over shelves and throwing down all the books, while shouting ALLAHU AKHBAR!
(Senegalese Muslims are among the hordes of North African boat people who keep invading the tiny Italian island of Lampedusa seeking economic asylum and benefits from the EU, committing violence and other crimes when they arent accommodated as quickly as they expect) IslamvsEurope Having been alerted, the carabinieri the local police agents had a very hard time at trying to get this crazed Muslim under control. After a short but violent fight, he was arrested and charged for serious damage, resistance in the café of public force and attack against police agents. Immediately after, he was carried to the prison of Marassi. One of the agents spent 7 days totally incapacitated).
Having been examined on Saturday following the order of the prosecutor by specialists from the Center for Mental Hygiene in Genes, the Senegalese was declared to be perfectly rational and in the state of being able to understand and to perform willful acts. On Monday he will stand before the investigating judge. The carabinieri are now verifying that this was an isolated act and that there were no instigators or fellow countrymen who may have pushed him to act this way. Having been covered by the local media, this episode has been the subject of a dispatch issued by the ANSA press agency. A first political reaction came from Francesco Bruzzone, the president of the Lega Nord group at the regional council: The least I can say is that I am puzzled by learning about this kind of happenings. But this was not something unexpected. These are clear examples of people who enter in our country illegally and want to make demands. I hope justice follows its course and that this individual be not freed within a few hours. Francesco Bruzzone also expressed his solidarity with the victims: I am horrified, he said, and I hope that this kind of events shall make people wake up.
See how much they appreciate the hospitality? Free everything, and they revert to the savage state and destroy things.
kickka them out!
Sudden Jihad Syndrome
Time to bring back the brazen bull.
Well, we know from the Fort Hood report that when someone goes batsh__t crazy and starts killing people or destroying things while shouting "ALLAHU AKHBAR", it is an indication of workplace violence. So he must have worked at the library.
Sounds like he is just typical of his religion.
While this Senegalese is still in his cell the Policia should show him a picture of Benito Mussolini hanging by his heels to get his attention.
Italy has no one to blame but themselves.
I’ll be interested to hear how this pans out.
If it were London or Scandanavia the Prime Minister would have already made an eloquent apology to the Muslim community and groundbreaking would have begun on a new Islamic library.
The world is committing cultural suicide by coddling these animals.
How long does it take to figure out they are not fit to live in civilized society?
I’m guessing the Italian policy is that once they reach land they can’t be sent back, same as here. I’ll never forget the footage of a boat they tried to keep from landing—people climbing over the gates and jumping.
Funny thing they don’t try this on the Greek islands. Law must be different, or else the Greeks themselves are not so polite to invaders.
The Greeks have a long history of first-hand experience with Muslims. They were once a conquered part of the Ottoman Empire, which made it as far as the gates of Vienna and the shores of Italy in the mid-17th century . It was only a unified front of the Europeans, only recently weakened by the Thirty Year’s War, which turned them back.