Muslim Couple Has ‘Special’ Way To Celebrate Ramadan, This Will Make You SICK…

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By Sassy Liberty AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

France is on high alert after  police received a report of a charity worker that claims to have been attacked with a knife and an axe by a couple while shouting “Allahu Akbar” during the Ramadan fasting events in France.

The incident is alleged to have happened at a soup kitchen in Montreuil, east of Paris.  The victim states that he was able to dodge the attack with the axe but was not able to dodge being stabbed in the stomach, according to his statement to the prosecutors. Thankfully, the victim’s condition is not considered serious at this time. The country of France remains under a state of emergency since last November’s attacks by radical Islamists.

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In his statement, the victim told investigators his attackers shouted “Allahu Akbar”, meaning “God is greatest”, and called him an “infidel dog” before they ran away.  The victim works as the director at Restos du Coeur – a French charity which gives food packages and hot meals to the needy.

Reuters states that the investigation is being conducted by the local criminal police, rather than French anti-terrorism units.  Just last month, a French policeman and his partner were stabbed to death just outside Paris by a man claiming allegiance to the Islamic State.

It’s utterly baffling to anyone with any sense WHY this would not be treated as terrorism?  If it looks, walks, talks, and acts like terrorism?  It just might be…..terrorism???  Happy Ramadan you scumbags!

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(h/t  BBC)

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