Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Media hints religious hate crime in grissly NJ murder case, Muslim man kills two Christians, cutting off their heads and hands

(Mention of possible religious motivation at the 2.00 minute mark in the TV report)

From Eric Dondero: 

The very latest on the case of Yusuf Ibrahim, from New Jersey 101.5:
An Indiana man accused of fatally shooting two men in a parked car, cutting off their heads and hands and burying them in the woods in southern New Jersey has made his first court appearance in Jersey City. 
The Jersey Journal reports that 28-year-old Yusuf Ibrahim, currently of Jersey City, didn’t speak Thursday during his hearing via video link from the Hudson County jail. He is facing two counts each of murder and desecration of human remains. 
Bail was set at more than $3 million cash.
The two victims were Coptic Christian men. Interestingly, no motive for the brutal murders are being released by officials. 

From NJ.com:
State Police have not released information on a possible motive, how Ibrahim and the victims were related other than as acquaintances, and have given only limited details about the homicide probe.
Editor's comment - The political correctness quotient is almost comical: An "Indiana man," instead of Muslim man? He probably lived a couple years in Indianapolis, fresh off the boat from Cairo, or Ankara, so the media grants him the moniker of "Indiana man." Photo credit - NorthJersey.com

7 comments:

jgeleff said...

So if a guy from Wisconsin, who is a Christian, committed the same crime, you'd want him identified as a Christian?

Eric Dondero said...

Christians are not at war with the United States, so it makes little difference.

Muslims killed 3,000 Americans.

KN@PPSTER said...

Do you have any particular reason to believe that the guy is a Muslim?

He knew the victims -- they were in a car together. What makes you think he's not a Copt himself?

He has a gang tattoo on his chest (most Muslim sources claim that tattoos are haram -- "forbidden" -- by the Quran).

John Morris said...

From what I can see, he is right, tatoos are Haram.

John Morris said...

From what I can see, he is right, tatoos are Haram.

John Morris said...

The quote is a restriction on "changing the creation of Allah.

But other people say, if you repent, accept Allah and do good acts like killing and beheading infidels, you may win back his favor.

John Morris said...

It does seem like heads and hands were removed for the normal, wholesome Jersey mob reason, to prevent identification- ties to the killer.