In what amounts to a big “F You” to Christianity and the citizens of Germany, a radical Muslim drove a truck into a crowd of Christians.
If Merkel had a Muslim son?
There is good news, however. Obama has one more opportunity to remind Americans and citizens of the world about peaceful Islam. And let’s not forget that we shouldn’t hold what one person does against an entire group of people.
Here is how it was reported:
German media, citing police at the scene, said first indications pointed to an attack on the market, situated at the foot of the ruined Kaiser Wilhelm memorial church, which was kept as a bombed-out ruin after World War Two.
The incident evoked memories of an attack in France in July when Tunisian-born man drove a 19-tonne truck along the beach front, mowing down people who had gathered to watch the fireworks on Bastille Day, killing 86 people. The attack was claimed by Islamic State.
The truck careered into the Berlin market at what would have been one of the most crowded times for the Christmas market, when adults and children would be gathering in the traditional cluster of wooden huts that sell food and Christmas goods.
Berlin police said nine people were killed
“I heard a big noise and then I moved on the Christmas market and saw much chaos…many injured people,” Jan Hollitzer, deputy editor in chief of Berliner Morgenpost, told CNN.
Do I really need to remind you of how multiculturalism has changed the culture of Germany? Or that Merkel’s policy to usher in freely radical Islamic terrorists was a lamebrain idea, shared by crooked Hillary Clinton?
Here’s more on the similar attack that played out in France earlier this year.
As CNN reported the day after:
A day after a terrorist mowed down dozens of people celebrating Bastille Day in the coastal French city of Nice, investigators dug into the life of the man they say was the killer: A 31-year-old delivery driver and Nice resident who was born in Tunisia.
Authorities said Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel drove a rented, refrigerated truck weighing about 20 tons into crowds along a roughly 2-kilometer stretch of Promenade des Anglais on Thursday night, killing 84 people — including 10 children and adolescents — and injuring 202 others.