|Wearing his "train robber" gear|
The moron left his phone on the train and it was recovered by authorities.
Luckily for France that three Americans were aboard that train and stopped Ayoub in his tracks (no pun intended). And fortunately for the Americans, the scumcrumpet didn't know how to clear a gun-jam. (Reminds one of the 911 plane hijackers who didn't know how to take off.)
French prosecutor Francois Molin said the 26-year-old fool watched the YouTube video while aboard the train right before the attack. The content, according to Molin, was "Islamic preaching," but how could that possibly be? Isn't Islam supposed to be the religion of peace?
U.S. Airman Spencer Stone was the first to go after el-Khazzani and suffered several cuts to his arm. His two close friends, National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos, and Anthony Sadler punched el-Khazzani out, knocking him unconscious, and all three men later received the Legion d'honneur (Legion of Honor), France's highest decoration.
Chris Norman, a Brit, also helped in tying the terrorist up while some of the French aboard the train practiced for the Paris Marathon as they "booked it" from the kerfuffle.
|What a Dhimmie looks like|
El-Khazzani tried convincing the naive that he was simply trying to rob the train and had no intention of hurting anyone, in spite of the AK-47, nine loaded magazines, one pistol and a box cutter.
England's Prime Minister, John Cameron, still believes that "It is mainstream Britain which needs to integrate more with the Muslim way of life, not the other way around."
President Obama still believes that the Islamic call to prayer is "one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset."