The self-avowed “Islamic warrior” Mohamed Merah opened fire on a Jewish school in France and slaughtered Jewish children and a rabbi in cold blood. And this story shows that all too many Muslims think of him as a hero to be emulated. Muslims in Toulouse actually marched in honor of this savage.
Merah strapped a GoPro video camera to his neck and filmed himself chasing eight-year-old Miriam Monsonego through the school courtyard and shooting her three times in the head. He filmed his execution of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler and his two little boys, three-year-old Gavriel and six-year-old Aryeh.
The Muslim fanatic who killed seven people in France was so proud of his unspeakably evil work that he uploaded sickening video to the Internet showing him executing a helpless, terrified 8-year-old girl, officials said.
Mohammed Merah is seen yanking Myriam Monsenego by her hair — then firing a bullet into her head while he holds her.
Officials believe Merah strapped on a camera before each murder and posted the videos on jihadi Web sites, where he believed they would inspire other al Qaeda wannabes. (NYP)
He took pride in slaughtering little Jewish children, and knew that millions of his Muslim brothers and sisters would rejoice in his murderous rage when he posted it online (which he did). Jihad porn, and most particularly Jewish jihad porn, is a very successful recruitment tool for these devout savages.
Stop and think about that. Imagine that video of him chasing this little girl and shooting her to death is a recruitment tool for devout Muslims.
He was no “lone wolf,” as the mainstream media initially insisted. His brother has been charged with complicity in his murders, and his mother refused to urge him to surrender when police asked her to do so during the 31-hour standoff before he was killed. But even worse, his cold-blooded murders are winning him sympathy from Muslims and leftist useful idiots around the world.
Muslims created a Facebook page, an homage to Mohamed Merah.
The devout Muslim who mowed down Jewish customers at the kosher supermarket in Paris several years ago was inspired by Mohamed. A map of Jewish day schools was found in his car, and it is believed he had targeted a Jewish day school not far from the supermarket.
The victims were named as Rabbi Yonatan Sandler, his two sons Aryeh and Gavriel, and eight-year-old Miriam Monsonego – daughter of the school’s headteacher, Yaacov Monsonego.
Sad: The bodies of the four victims of the shootings lie in shrouds at the Jewish School targeted by jihadi
“‘Heir of Mohamed Merah’: French Cops Arrest Terror Suspect Inspired by Islamist Behind Jewish School Massacre in Toulouse,” by Ben Cohen, Algemeiner, April 3, 2019:
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French media outlets revealed on Wednesday that a man who described himself as the “heir of Mohamed Merah” — the Islamist terrorist who murdered three young children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in Toulouse in March 2012 — was arrested by security agents last week on suspicion of plotting his own terrorist attack against a school.
Broadcaster BFM TV reported that the man was seized in the Seine-et-Marne region near Paris on March 25 while attempting to obtain weapons. According to police, the man had been planning an attack on children at a nursery school, apparently following the example set by his hero, Merah. A second man was also arrested on charges of complicity.
During his interrogation by police officers, the main suspect, a 21-year-old, told police that he saw himself as Merah’s “heir.” He admitted that he had picked out a school as his target, and that his plan had been to kill some children and take others hostage, with the goal of dragging police into a gun battle. The man was subsequently charged on March 29 and remains in custody…
Mohamed Merah himself was an Algerian-born French citizen who had trained with Al Qaeda in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Between March 11-15, 2012, Merah embarked on a shooting rampage in the cities of Montauban and Toulouse, murdering three French soldiers and seriously wounding another. On March 19, he launched a gun attack on the Ozar Hatorah Jewish school in Toulouse, murdering Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, who taught at the school, together with his two sons, six-year-old Aryeh and three-year-old Gabriel. Merah then grabbed another child, eight-year-old Miriam Monsonego, and shot her through the head before escaping. Following a 30 hour siege at his apartment building in which six agents were wounded, Merah was shot dead by a police tactical unit on March 22, 2o12.
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