Yesterday saw an outpouring of grief in Copenhagen related to the jihad murders aimed at cartoonists and Jews. But the mourners were honoring Omar El-Hussein, who killed filmmaker Finn Nørgaard, 55, and volunteer synagogue guard Dan Uzan, 37, on February 14th. Apparently they didn’t think El-Hussein was “a violent vicious zealot” who “randomly shot a bunch of folks.”
The Daily Telegraph reports:
A man of east African origin, who refused to give his name, told AFP about the ceremony: "There were a lot of young people that you don't normally see there... because they knew Omar. Some of them were gang members.But, not all Muslims were mourning El-Hussein:
"They are my brothers too because they believe in Allah and the Prophet Mohammed, but their lifestyle doesn't have a lot to do with Islam," he said.