But horrible and gruesome are not the words to describe what happened Monday at a Moscow subway station.
I would call it inhuman.
People often refer to horrible behavior by comparing it to animal behavior. "He is a disgusting animal to have killed those innocent Christians," for example. That isn't fair to animals--they don't kill their own except in rare cases. Only humans kill their own on a regular basis.
Back to Moscow.
The Russian police arrested a nanny and charged her with murder after they asked to check her documents and she pulled the severed head of a 3- or 4-year-old girl from her bag and yelling the famous Islamic chant: "Allahu Akbar," according to media reports. The child's body was found in a nearby apartment.
Those two words, Allahu Akbar, should serve as a warning to all normal people. If you hear them, go as quickly as you can in the opposite direction of the sound.
The nanny was dressed in a black hijab which I explained in the post entitled: Hijabs and Taqiyya Diahrrea. It is believed that she is from Central Asia.
"Having waited for the parents to leave the flat with their older child, she killed the child for unknown reasons, started the flat on fire and fled," the statement read, according to the Guardian.
The nanny also threatened to blow herself up, but unfortunately, no explosives were found on her.
The motive for the beheading of an innocent baby is unknown and folks even in the USA are scratching their collective heads wondering what all this means. She is undergoing psychiatric testing--I hope they don't show her those Rorschach inkblot cards--all those naked forms and sexual parts are as offensive as bacon to some folks.
Let's see . . . hijab, the Arabic phrase "Allahu Akbar" which means "Allah is greater," beheading an infidel child, the fact that Russia has a recent history of Islamic violence . . . hmm?"
Gee, I wonder if it had anything to do with Islam.
Nah, she said she was having problems with her husband.