Julianna Kozis: Police finally identify 10 year-old girl MURDERED in Toronto Islamic terror rampage


The ten-year old victim of the Toronto jihad shooter has finally been identified. Victims are paid little attention in the media. Conversely, the media and the police are working overtime to scrub jihad and Islam from this bloody act of Islamic terrorism. It’s depraved and sick.

What is first and foremost in the wake of jihad bloodshed is reverence and respect for Islam. Zakat (jihad financing) for the community. And dawah (inviting the unbelievers to Islam) – like nails on  a chalk board.

Two people were killed and 13 others injured when a Muslim opened fired into restaurants and cafes in Toronto

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Police ID girl killed in Danforth rampage as Julianna Kozis

10-year-old from Markham was killed in shooting that also claimed the life of Reese Fallon, 18

Police have identified Julianna Kozis as the 10-year-old girl who was killed in the mass shooting on Toronto’s Danforth Avenue on Sunday. (Toronto Police Service)

Police have released the name of the 10-year-old girl killed in the mass shooting in Toronto’s Danforth neighbourhood on Sunday.

Julianna Kozis of Markham was killed in the shooting that also claimed the life of 18-year-old Reese Fallon and injured 13 others.

“Her family has requested privacy during their time of grief,” the Toronto Police Service said in a statement.

Police have refused to confirm where along the Danforth Avenue strip Kozis was shot. However, a witness who spoke with CBC News on Monday said he tended to a seriously wounded young girl of about the same age.

Md Ashaduzzaman was working in the back kitchen at Caffe Demetre when the shooting started. A woman in the cafe was soon screaming for help, saying her daughter had been shot.

The cafe, at 400 Danforth Ave., has been identified as the third shooting site along the gunman’s deadly rampage.

The shooting also claimed the life of 18-year-old Reese Fallon and injured 13 others. (Facebook)

The girl, about 10 years old by his estimate, was lying on the ground, bleeding from her leg as her mother tried to stop the bleeding with a cloth.

“I was trying to hold her and I was trying to wake her up. She was falling asleep, her eyes were closing and opening, closing and opening,” Ashaduzzaman said.

The 29-year-old gunman, identified Monday as Faisal Hussain, also died.

Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti said Sunday’s “senseless act of violence has shaken us and hurt us.

“We stand with the victims, the brave first responders and all the communities impacted by this tragedy,” he said in a statement.

Markham plans to lower its flags in Kozis’s memory and place a book of condolences at the local civic centre.

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