A Muslim man screaming “Allahu akbar” broke through a church door and stormed inside in New York City, vowing to kill all the Christians.
And the media’s angle?
The guy was homeless and mentally ill — not Muslim and extreme.
On top of that, the guy’s only being held on $1,000 bail.
“A homeless man shouting “Allahu akbar” busted a Midtown church’s door with a wrench and threatened to return and shoot all Christians, police sources said Wednesday.
“The drama began when Noel Droni asked a 37-year-old homeless man outside the interdenominational Times Square Church, on W. 51st St., if he was a Christian on Monday, cops said. When the man told Droni he was Christian, Droni allegedly pulled a red wrench from his backpack and smashed the church’s glass door.
“He yelled ‘Allahu akbar,’ … and then vowed violence, police said.
“‘I am going to blow up the church and come back and kill any Christians,’ he said, according to court papers.”
Just a homeless guy — nothing to see here, go home. Right? But that’s how the media works to silence those who see the creeping sharia and the dangers of Islam — to shroud and disguise the truth and name such acts of violence under a different label.
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