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WATCH: Jihad beheaders made VIDEO brandishing SWORD pledging allegiance to ISLAMIC STATE, gruesome slaughter well-planned by “good boy” “devoted family man”

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“You can ask all the neighbours, my son was a good boy and nice to everybody. He always prayed on time and treated people well.

Younes Ouaziad, 27, lived with his parents in the working-class Al-Azzouzia neighbourhood.

His family and neighbours said yesterday that they were “in shock”.

“He was a boy without any history, private. There was nothing to suggest he could do something like that,” 35-year-old Abdelaati, a vegetable seller in the neighbourhood, told AFP.

And this:

Speaking at their home, his family and friends expressed their shock, painting a picture of a devoted family man chronically workshy and vulnerable to radicalisation.

His father said: “On Sunday night, police came to my house to investigate. I swear on my daughter, I was so shocked that I couldn’t stand up on my legs. My wife has not left her bed since it happened.

“You can ask all the neighbours, my son was a good boy and nice to everybody. He always prayed on time and treated people well..”

Police also seized “electronic equipment, a shotgun, knives… a military uniform and materials that could be used to manufacture explosives”, it added.

Threatening with other operations, one of the killers said in the video: “Take care of your necks, we have planned what will not even cross your mind.”

What does this tell us? For one thing, these acts of war are not just committed by jihadis with a rap sheet of terror-related activity, but the ‘nice, quiet neighbor’ who has no “radical” history or priors. A true believer, who studies pure Islam. Authentic Islam.

It speaks to our AFDI ad campaign for buses and subways designed to educate the misinformed about the jihad threat: “Yesterday’s moderate is today’s headline.” 

AFDI bus campaign. So fierce is the Islamic supremacist left’s opposition to discussion or information about the jihadic doctrine, every major city in the United States instituted the Geller ban, prohibition on all political and cause related advertising. New York, Washington DC, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Denver, Miami, et al have all instituted the sharia compliant ban,

This was not some spontaneous out of irrational bloodlust and evil This was well planned. Investigations showed that savage beheaders made a video last week pledging their allegiance to the Islamic State The unimaginable carnage exactly on tow young innocent women was premeditated, well thought out …… in the cause of Islam.

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The video was shared by social accounts close to the terrorist group.

One of the killers threatened to carry out other similar “operations” in Morocco.

The video shows the four men involved in the crime pledging allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and acknowledging him as their prince.

Threatening with other operations, one of the killers said in the video: “Take care of your necks, we have planned what will not even cross your mind.” (Alarabiya)

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MORE ARRESTS: Over a DOZEN jihadis arrested in BEHEADINGS of 2 young women tourists, tens of thousands more Islamic State Muslims gloat, share video, images

‘ACT OF TERROR’: WARNING Graphic VIDEO showing female tourists ‘beheaded’ in Morocco, 3 jihadis ARRESTED, ‘It’s Allah’s will’

Two female tourists found BEHEADED in Morocco

Four men suspected of murdering two Scandinavian women in Morocco are seen pledging allegiance to ISIS in a chilling video, it has been claimed.

They have been arrested in connection with the murders of Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, from Denmark, and Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway, who were both found stabbed to death in woodland on Monday.

Today footage has emerged apparently showing the men pledging allegiance to Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, condemning “destruction caused by the warplanes of the Crusader alliance”.

One of the suspects, sitting in front on a black and white flag, is seen brandishing a knife in the chilling footage.

The speaker reportedly goes on to say: “Keep fighting the enemies of Allah, wherever you are, you have no excuse and, be informed that we are your supporters… you have allies among us.”

Morocco’s general prosecutor has confirmed the authenticity of the video, which shows the men threaten to carry out attacks.

Investigations by Morocco’s Central Bureau for Judicial Investigation also showed that the video was made last week before the killing of the two women.

The victims were found in an isolated area on the way to North Africa’s highest peak of Toubkal, officials said.

Horrific footage of one of the killings has been widely shared on social media in the country, according to reports.

Investigators say terrorism was a motive behind their deaths.

Danish intelligence said earlier on Thursday that Islamic State could be behind the killings.

“The video and preliminary investigation according to the Moroccan authorities indicate that the killings may be related to the terrorist organisation Islamic State,” the Danish intelligence service said in a statement.

“This is a case of an unusually bestial killing of two totally innocent young women,” it said.

One man was arrested earlier this week and three others were arrested on Thursday morning.

Police also released pictures of three men they wanted to speak to in connection with the incident. But it is not clear whether it is the same men who have been arrested.

An image released by police of a suspect (Image: service-public.ma)
One of the men suspected of the killings (Image: service-public.ma)

The first man, thought to be Moroccan, was arrested in Marrakesh. He has been dubbed an ‘extremist’, Moroccan authorities have confirmed.

…..a fifth suspect was arrested by Moroccan counter-terror police investigating the beheading of two Scandinavian hikers in the Atlas Mountains.

The man, identified as father-of-six Abd el Atif, 50, supplied wood to one of the four suspects currently in custody, who worked as a carpenter.

Ouaziad’s father entering his house in Marrakesh earlier today

He was snatched by heavily armed police at his workshop last night and bundled into a van before being driven away.

Abd el Atif is a devout Muslim who never made eye contact with women when he worked in their houses, one of his neighbours said.

Jihad beheader Ouaziad became intensely jealous of his wife after he turned to religion, his spouse said, forbidding her from leaving the house alone.
His wife said, “he doesn’t let me go out. I don’t have the right to go out alone.
“If I want to go out, he has to be with me. Wherever I want to go, whatever I want to do, he has to be with me.

RTE reporting:

The new suspects were detained across the country for their “alleged links with the perpetrators of the terrorist act”, Morocco’s central bureau of judicial investigations said.

Police also seized “electronic equipment, a shotgun, knives… a military uniform and materials that could be used to manufacture explosives”, it added.

Moroccan authorities said on Thursday that four other suspects arrested following the murder of the two tourists had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State (IS) group.

The bodies of the two women were found Monday after they had pitched their tent at an isolated mountain site two hours’ walk from the tourist village of Imlil.

Imlil is a starting point for trekking and climbing tours of Mount Toubkal, which at 4,167 metres is the highest summit in North Africa.

Denmark’s PET intelligence service said it “shares” the assessment by the Moroccan authorities that the murders were an “act of terrorism”.

Moroccan investigators are probing a link to Islamic extremism after a video emerged showing the suspects “pledging allegiance” to the Islamic State group, the Rabat prosecutor has said.

“The Danish National Police and PET are working closely with the Moroccan authorities,” it said.

The first four suspects detained were all arrested in Marrakech, an hour away from the scene of the murder.

Younes Ouaziad, 27, lived with his parents in the working-class Al-Azzouzia neighbourhood.

His family and neighbours said yesterday that they were “in shock”.

“He was a boy without any history, private. There was nothing to suggest he could do something like that,” 35-year-old Abdelaati, a vegetable seller in the neighbourhood, told AFP.

The murders have prompted condemnation from authorities in Denmark and Norway.

Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen denounced what he called a “beastly crime”.

The Telegraph is reporting:

….. suspects arrested over the killings of two Scandinavian university students in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains made a video pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group, authorities in the country said on Thursday.

Morocco’s general prosecutor confirmed the authenticity of a video circulating on social media in which the four threatened to carry out attacks for Isil and its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Investigations showed that the video was made last week before the killing of the two women, Danish and Norwegian tourists who were trekking in the Atlas Mountains.

The Danish intelligence agency had earlier said the women’s slayings “may be related” to the Islamic State group.

Three of the suspects were arrested on Thursday as they tried to flee Marrakech on a bus, Moroccan national security spokesman Boubker Sabik said. Another suspect was arrested on Tuesday. Authorities have said no one is being sought besides the four in custody.

Danish Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen confirmed the identities of the victims, 24-year-old Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, of Denmark, and Norwegian citizen Maren Ueland, 28. The University of South-Eastern Norway said both women were students at its campus in Boe, southern Norway.

“What should have been a holiday trip turned into a nightmare” for the women, Mr Loekke Rasmussen told reporters in Denmark.

Moroccan media outlets reported that investigators have video surveillance footage showing three suspects putting up a tent near the victims’ tent and leaving the area after the slayings. Other tourists found the women with stab wounds in their necks and alerted police, according to national media in Morocco.

Mr Loekke Rasmussen described the killings as “an act of terror”, saying: “There are still dark forces that want to fight our values” and “we must not give in.”

The slayings have shocked Morocco, a popular tourist destination where attacks on foreigners are extremely rare. In the capital of Rabat, government spokesman Mustapha El Khalfi said Morocco condemned “this terrorist, criminal act.”

“It is an unacceptable act that does not fit with the values and traditions of Moroccan people nor the traditions of the area where the crime happened,” Mr Khalfi said on Thursday. “It is a denounced, condemned act.”

A national security official who asked not to be named because he wasn’t authorised to speak to the media identified the three suspects arrested on Thursday to The Associated Press as Abdessamad Ejjoud, born in 1993; Younes Ouziad, born in 1991; and Rashid Aftati, born in 1986. They had knives and slingshots when they were arrested, the official said.

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