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Former Malaysian PM: “Muslims have a right to be angry and to kill millions of French people”

Mahathir bin Mohamad excuses jihadist terror in France.

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The former Prime Minister of Malaysia reacted to a series of Islamic terror attacks in France by tweeting, “Muslims have a right to be angry and to kill millions of French people for the massacres of the past.”

Yes, really.

Three people were killed and several injured near a church in the Notre-Dame area of Nice this morning, including one 70-year-old woman who was decapitated. The culprit was a jihadist who yelled “Allahu Akbar” throughout the attack.

Meanwhile, in Avignon, a man wielding a knife while also shouting “Allahu Akbar” was shot dead after trying to attack police officers who were patrolling the street.

In Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, a French guard at the French consulate was also wounded by an attacker.

The attacks followed the beheading of school teacher Samuel Paty in Paris earlier this month by a Chechen jihadist who sought revenge for Paty showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to pupils in his class.

Mahathir bin Mohamad, who served twice as the Prime Minister of Malaysia from 1981 to 2003, and again from 2018 to 2020, reacted to the attacks by suggesting that they were completely justified because of France’s colonial past.

“Muslims have a right to be angry and to kill millions of French people for the massacres of the past,” tweeted Mohamad.

The former PM also tweeted, that killing “is not an act that as a Muslim I would approve,” but by suggesting the brutal attacks on innocents in Nice and Paris were somehow understandable, Mohamad is totally excusing them.

“While I believe in the freedom of expression, I do not think it includes insulting other people. You cannot go up to a man and curse him simply because you believe in freedom of speech,” said Mohamad.

This is an interesting remark because it basically mirrors what the Pope said after jihadists slaughtered Charlie Hebdo cartoonists in 2015.

Instead of completely condemning the attack, Pope Francis semi-justified the atrocity by commenting, “If my good friend Dr Gasparri says a curse word against my mother, he can expect a punch.”

He added: “It’s normal. You cannot provoke. You cannot insult the faith of others. You cannot make fun of the faith of others.”

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Austria to Ban ‘Political Islam’ After Terror Attack

Law targets wider jihadist sympathizers.

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In response to a jihadist terror attack in Vienna last week, the government of Austria will pass a law making it illegal to spread “political Islam” in the country.

The European nation’s capital was shook when a lone gunman killed four people and injured 23 others during a rampage that began in the city’s historic quarter. The culprit, 20-year-old Kujtim Fejzullai, was an ISIS sympathizer.

In response, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced new measures that would make preaching “political Islam” a criminal offense.

“We will create a criminal offence called ‘political Islam’ in order to be able to take action against those who are not terrorists themselves, but who create the breeding ground for them,” Kurz tweeted.

Another measure set to be voted on by Parliament next month would see individuals convicted of terror offences kept behind bars for life.

As we previously highlighted, despite facing a worst threat than Austria, the French government hasn’t taken similar measures.

However, President Macron has faced global protests from the Muslim world simply for re-affirming the pre-eminence of free speech and suggesting tighter border controls.

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Niece of Osama Bin Laden Speaks Out

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Noor Bin Ladin speaks out about how she extricated herself from the infamous family, 9/11, Islam, Trump and more in this exclusive interview.

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“Violence Works”: Danish Newspaper Refuses to Publish Mohammad Cartoons

“I wish it was different.”

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The Danish newspaper that provoked violent worldwide protests after publishing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad in 2005 has refused to do so again, with its editor-in-chief commenting, “Violence works.”

The decision follows the beheading of school teacher Samuel Paty in Paris for showing similar cartoons to pupils in his class and another attack yesterday in Nice during which three people were killed near a church, including a woman who was decapitated.

The culprit in Paris was a Chechen refugee who French authorities had given residency papers to back in March, while the jihadist in Nice was a boat migrant who arrived in Italy from Tunisia last month.

Now Jacob Nybroe, editor-in-chief of Jyllands-Posten, says his newspaper will not accept ads being run by Danish political party the New Right, which includes cartoons of Mohammad, due to the risk of a violent backlash.

The cartoons are being run in collaboration with Charlie Hebdo to “show support for the victims of Islamic violence,” but Nybroe says his newspaper can play no part in it.

“Security for us is unfortunately not a theoretical, moral, or political consideration,” Nybroe said.

“I wish it was different, that we could express ourselves freely, as we do in all other matters. But violence works,” he added.

“Only in one circumstance do we show caution – that is, in fact, a censorship inflicted on us by threats: we do not show drawings of the Prophet Muhammad,” Nybroe explained.

After Jyllands-Posten published 12 cartoons to spark a debate about criticism of Islam, the move prompted global violent riots as well as numerous threats against newspaper staff.

The backlash was described by former Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen as “Denmark’s worst international crisis since World War II.”

Three other Danish newspapers said they would review the cartoons before deciding whether to publish them.

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