So, when is ‘terrorism’ not ‘terrorism’? When you’re too terrified to admit it is.
Here at ClashDaily, we don’t claim to be psychological profilers, but if someone is going to commit a terrorist attack, we’re thinking they’ve already got a screw or two loose.
Enter the insanity defense for terrorists.
A Jewish rabbi has been stabbed by a knifeman in a sickening broad daylight attack.
The stabbing took place in the Jewish quarter of the north east French city of Strasbourg.
The attacker was restrained by a witness before being arrested by police following the broad daylight attack in the middle of the street.
As reported by French news site DNA, several witnesses heard the man shout Allahu Akbar when carrying out the assault.
Read more: Mirror
Hmmm… let’s examine this.
1. A Rabbi was stabbed during the day
2. Witnesses heard the man shout ‘Allahu Akbar’
Yep, sounds like terrorism.
How much do you want to be that it will never be reported that the Rabbi was stabbed because the perp thought he was a ‘Zionist dog’?