Italy: Muslims Terrorize Everyone at Christmas Tree Lighting Shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’


A few years ago, the mainstream media ran a full-court press campaign to convince Americans that “Allahu akbar” was a benign phrase that could only concern greasy Islamophobes.

In the New York Daily NewsZainab Chaudry of the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) argued that non-Muslims should not “believe the worst” about “Allahu akbar” because Muslims not only shout it while murdering non-Muslims, but to use it in a variety of contexts. He even offered this chilling advice, sure to kill people if ever heeded: “So the next time you hear Allahu Akbar, whether it’s in a media report, on a plane, or in a shopping mall, remember that the phrase used by millions of Muslims and Christians daily to praise God, regardless of their circumstances, can never be justified in using it to harmonize His creation.” So hold still, obviously; fleeing would be “Islamophobic”.

On CNN, Omar Suleiman, the imam who persuaded Google to alter its search results in order to bury any negative information about Islam, also argued that Muslims say “Allahu akbar” in a variety of contexts, many of them positive. . And the New York Times Really tweeted that the phrase “Allahu akbar” had become “in some way entwined with terrorism”.

Somehow! How could this have happened? Could it have something to do with the thousands of Muslims who have shouted “Allahu akbar” while killing or attempting to kill infidels?

“Watch the lighting of the tree and terrify everyone by shouting ‘Allah akbar’”, translated from “Guarda le luminarie e terrorizza tutti urlando ‘Allah akbar’”, FrosinoneToday, November 27, 2022 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

He shouted “Allah Akbar”, the verse from the Koran that says “Allah is the greatest”, several times to the workers who were preparing to put up the classic Christmas lights. It happened in the center of Sora, the fourth most populous city in the province of Frosinone, today, Sunday, November 27, 2022.

In the historic district of Canceglie, as reported by Il Messaggero, there have been real “moments of fear”. Once he was gone, having literally terrified everyone present with the equally classic exclamation associated with terrorism, a young man continued to rant against the lights that are about to honor Sora.

Meanwhile, there are those in the city who are more complaining about the decision of the municipal administration to put the lights back on this year. Perhaps even the Muslim knight who has suddenly yelled at Sora’s center. Many other municipalities, such as Frosinone, have in fact decided that they will give up lights to deal with energy price increases.

In any case, the police and the carabinieri were informed of the incident. In this case, you must answer for disturbing public peace.


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