As you read through you find that his day-to-day activities were what would be expected of a middle class young man in an urban culture. There are references to break dancing, rap music, gel in his hair. A family member said,
“Yes, he went to mosque and prayed, but just like the other young men, he would then go to a cafe and play football with his friends. I last saw him on Thursday, he said 'hello', and then he left that night and went to his friend’s house. We didn't know where he was going, and there were no goodbye's. The entire family is shocked at the hidden reality of what he was capable of."
The non-Muslim world needs to read the Koran and actually listen to what “moderates” like this young man are saying. He did not really hide who he was.
“However, had his parents, his uncle or indeed the police ever browsed the main page of what appears to be Rezgui's Facebook account, one particular posting might have given them a very clear inkling. "If jihad is a crime," he wrote, "the world shall know that I'm a criminal." On Friday, with his massacre of innocent civilians on the beach, he proved that to the world beyond all doubt.”
The reporter reveals that he does not understand the Islam of the Koran. People keep talking about “innocent” victims of these atrocities. Understand, in the eyes of the Koran, if you are not a Muslim, you are not innocent. You are guilty simply because you do not believe. To add to the bloodshed, that applies even if you belong to a different branch of Islam.
Buckle your seat belts. The violence is just beginning.
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