Daily Mail reports on an attack by a man shouting “Allahu Akbar” before he kills one and injures two others but they can’t say if this is terror related? The definition of a terror attack has been so twisted by the media and powers-that-be who want to protect jihadi Muslims from criticism that they’re saying every attack is “not clear” terrorism. Remember the time when something like this happened that you didn’t hear things like “he has a mental illness”?

When the police arrived, the guy doubled down and said,  ”Allahu akbar, if you come in I’ll blow you up.”

He was also put on the terror watch-list in 2016!

Not terror? Really?

Why report on the ISIS leader’s call to fight “just hours before”?

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“This attack happened just hours after ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi urged the terror group’s ‘holy warriors’ to continue fighting their enemies across the world.”

Via Daily Mail:

A knifeman shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ has been shot dead by police after murdering a passer-by and wounding two others in a Paris suburb.

The attack took place in the commuter town of Trappes, in the Yvelines department west of the French capital.

According to witnesses quoted in French media, the man shouted ‘Allahu akbar’, meaning ‘God is great’ in Arabic.

‘The incident took place soon after 10am,’ said a French security source. ‘A man attacked passers-by in rue Camille Claudel in Trappes.

‘He disappeared into a house when police arrived at the scene, and when he came out he was shot dead.’

The man has so far remained unidentified and it is not clear if the violence was terror-related.

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