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Belgian Muslim Cop Would Like To Kill All The Jews

Belgian Muslim Cop Would Like to Kill All the Jews

The debate over recognizing Turkey’s genocide of Armenians has pitted Turkish Muslim settlers living in Europe against the left-wing parties that cater to them.

Such was the case of Mahinur Özdemir, a Muslim Turk who sat in the Belgian parliament with the Centre démocrate humaniste party, was expelled from the party for taking her native Turkish Muslim position.

Mahinur Özdemir hadn’t updated her Facebook in a year, but took to it afterward to do the usual whining. Other Muslim settlers showed up to rant about the Belgian Congo and about the Jews. Why the Jews? Because Islam is a bigoted belief.

One of them was a Belgian cop named Mohammed N. who had been previously photographed with Molenbeek mayor Françoise Schepmans.

The message he sent to a Jewish community already on the edge over terror threats was a dangerous one.

Mohamed wrote, “Nothing like the word Jew is so dirty… If I was over there in Israel, frankly, I would do the same thing to the Jews – cut them down one by one – like they do to the Palestinians.”

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Mohammed has demonstrated the Islamic mindset behind everything from the Armenian genocide to ISIS’ massacres of Yazidis. It’s a religion built on a culture of xenophobia. Unable to come to terms with its crimes, it spews more hatred and digs up more conspiracies to play the victim. Whether it’s over an opened Diet Coke or wars that it started.

Everything is grist for the mill. Violence is constantly exploding and if left unchecked leads to genocide.

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