|Poor, misunderstood and unloved|
He was poor, which was why he did it in the first place. If we had just given him a job, it would have never happened.
He needed love. A few hugs at the right time and a kind smile--that would have reassured him, it would have told him that he counts for something. But we didn't show him love, and that's why he did it.
A job, some money and some love. That's all liberals would say that it would have taken for 19-year-old Afghan from storming into the Versohnungskirche [Church of Reconciliation] in Hamburg. He threw chairs and benches, kicked down the Bible stand, threw hymn books on the floor, and splintered glass everywhere.
It was open community everning, around 7:20 p.m. and those in the church were afraid to stop the young, misunderstood lad. The fact that he was dressed in swirling Islamic garb and may have had a suicide vest underneath, may have also contributed to the reluctance to intervene.
Due to the fact that the jihadist did not speak as he went about destroying Christian symbols, and had no Salafist connections, the State Protection Department's criminal prosecution agency made the brilliant dhimmie assumption that there was no "Islamist" motive involved with the Islamic youth.
Peter, an eyewitness to the attack, sent PI the photo of the jihadist attacker as he did his damage. Once the attacker was done, Peter asked the attacker in front of the congregation why he had done it, to which came the screaming response: "Because I am a Muslim!"