Friday, January 15, 2016

Random Stabbing by Sweet-Looking Muslim Woman on the 133 Streatham

Yes, she's a victim too

Israel has seen a wave of Muslim stabbing attacks in the last few months. Some of the attackers were women, including a well-known case involving two teenage girls. Lest anyone wonder what would motivate otherwise normal-seeming Muslim citizens who often have no criminal record or links with terrorism to out of the blue purchase kitchen knives and attempt to stab the nearest Jewish pedestrian (in the case of the teenage girls, they mistakenly stabbed an elderly Muslim man by mistake) it might be useful to watch this popular Palestinian propaganda video where a young girl demonstrates her stabbing technique.

Outside of Israel there have been other recent examples of Muslims committing what would appear to be sudden and random stabbings. The horrific IKEA attack in August where an East African migrant abruptly took a knife off a kitchen display and murdered two Swedish shoppers who happened to be nearby (nearly decapitating one of them) comes to mind.

Well, now the phenomenon appears to have reached England. I suppose with a Muslim population of 5% and growing, it was only a matter of time.

The suspect is an extremely inoffensive looking twenty-something "Asian woman" wearing a "distinctive headscarf with a kangaroo print." Security cameras on the bus show her taking out a large knife and lunging at a fifteen-year-old boy who, blissfully ignorant up to then, had been reading a magazine or iPad. Incredibly, the boy's grandmother fought off the attacker and he escaped with only minor injuries.

Perhaps, you know, this sweet-looking woman wasn't really a Muslim (since real Muslims don't do bad things). Or perhaps she was one of the .00001% of Muslims who are extremists--encouraged in their extremism, of course, by Islamophobia.

Here's a simpler explanation: Islam causes otherwise normal people to become psychopathic murderers.

From the Daily Mail:
This is the moment a woman tried to stab a 15-year-old boy with a kitchen knife as he boarded a bus with his grandmother. 
Police said the 51-year-old defended her grandson when he was approached by the woman on a route 133 bus on Brixton Road, in south London. 

The suspect, who was already on the bus, attacked the boy before his grandmother intervened. 
She managed to disarm the suspect, who then got off the bus and fled north towards Oval. 
The boy suffered a minor cut to the stomach, the Metropolitan Police said, and the eight-inch knife was later recovered. Police said they were investigating the incident as an 'attempted stabbing' as the injury was a slash rather than a puncture wound. 
Officers have today released CCTV footage as they hunt for the suspect. 
A Met Police spokesman said: 'On 26 December 2015 at about 12:30hrs, the 15-year-old boy boarded a Route 133 bus on Brixton Road with his 51-year-old grandmother. 
'The suspect, who was already on the bus, approached the victim and produced a large kitchen knife, which she attempted to stab the victim with. 
'The victim's grandmother intervened and managed to disarm the suspect, who then got off the bus and fled towards Oval.' 
The suspect is described as an Asian woman, aged about 20 to 30 years. 
She wore a distinctive headscarf with a kangaroo print. 
Anyone who was on the bus at the time of the incident or has any information, is urged to call police via 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting reference 199092.

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