Sunday, December 25, 2016

Muslim Chanukah Terror Attack on Vienna Synagogue Foiled

 
There have been a large number of Muslim terror plots targeting Christmas events in the US, Europe and Australia. But Muslims don't want Jews to feel neglected around Chanukah time either. And so they attempted to extend their interfaith terror outreach to Jews in Vienna.
Authorities foiled a terrorist stabbing attack on the Sabbath at a synagogue in the Austrian capital of Vienna.
Two Afghan citizens were arrested outside the synagogue, both caught with knives, according to a report by Arutz Sheva and international media.
The two men were allegedly approached by a security guard while sitting on a bench outside the Jewish house of worship.
The men claimed to be Jewish and told the guard they were waiting for the rabbi and other members of the congregation.
The security guard alerted police, who then searched the men and discovered the knives. According to the report, one of the men is known to police.
This is not the first bout of Muslim interfaith outreach at that synagogue.
Two Muslim terrorists armed with machine guns and grenades attacked a synagogue where a Bar Mitzvah celebration for children was taking place. Hesham Mohammed Rajeh, a mathematics student, had been living in Austria for two years. When he was later put on trial, he tried to kick the judge and shouted, "When I am out of here, I will spit on you."
Hesham Mohammed Rajeh and Marwan Hasan shouted "PLO, PLO" and began to shoot and throw their grenades.
Ulrike Kohut, 25, rolled in front of a grenade to protect another woman's child. She died of her injuries on the way to the hospital. Lotan "Nathan" Fried, 68, died of shrapnel wounds on the same route. Many more were wounded including a pregnant woman and a 12-year-old girl.
A month earlier, two terrorists had been stopped at the airport after Kalashnikov rifles and hundreds of grenades were found in their luggage. The terrorists had been deported and the authorities had lodged a formal protest with Ghazi Hussein, the PLO representative in Vienna, who had been there to meet them at the airport, and eventually kicked him out of the country. Four years later, that airport was the scene of a famous grenade attack in which 39 people were wounded.
Muslim migration and settlement means that Christians and Jews will know no peace from Muslim terror on Christmas and Chanukah.
 http://www.frontpagemag.com/point/265259/muslim-chanukah-terror-attack-vienna-synagogue-daniel-greenfield

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