Bangladeshi Muslim Bomber Chose Target Because of Christmas

Daniel Greenfield,

Leave it to Muslims to fight an actual War on Christmas.

He chose the location because of its Christmas-themed posters, recalling strikes in Europe against Christmas markets, he told investigators, and set off the bomb in retaliation for U.S. airstrikes on Islamic State targets in Syria and elsewhere, several law enforcement officials said.

A suspect, identified by the police as Akayed Ullah, 27, an immigrant from Bangladesh who lived in Brooklyn, was in police custody. He suffered burns to his hands and abdomen, and was in serious condition at Bellevue Hospital Center, according to Daniel A. Nigro, commissioner of the New York Fire Department. Four other people had minor injuries, he said.

Christmas terror has become ubiquitous in Europe. 

On the 5th of December, a 12-year-old Iraqi boy planted a nail bomb in a Christmas market in Ludwigshafen. The Muslim boy left the nail bomb in a marketplace filled with jolly plastic Santas bearing knapsacks of presents and booths full of chocolates built like cottages covered with twinkling lights. Inside was his Christmas present to the little boys and girls of this German city, a glass jar filled with powder and surrounded by nails. Islamic terror had come like a bitterly cold wind from Iraq to Ludwigshafen.

The aspiring Muslim serial killer has already become known as the “Kindergarten bomber.”

Now a truck smashed into the Christmas market near the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church crushing shoppers into a stand selling mulled wine. Visitors to the nearby Berlin Zoo picking out Christmas gifts or treating themselves to hot chocolate fled from the murderous carnage. Red fluid flowed through the market and the terrified crowds could not tell whether it was spilled wine or the blood of the dead. 

This latest Muslim Christmas present took the lives of twelve men and women who might have otherwise picked up some eggnog or a stuffed reindeer. It injured dozens more who went from munching waffles one moment to watching a truck barrel at them through the Christmas market in another. Its back wheel stopped against a market stand boasting of the Magic of Christmas.

A year before 9/11, fourteen Muslims had plotted to bomb the Strasbourg Christmas market outside the cathedral. The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were still in the future. The hatred that drove these Islamic terrorists to plot their mass slaughter of non-Muslims was as old as Mohammed.

“This cathedral is Allah’s enemy,” the Muslim murderers gloated, as they drove past the Christmas market, watching men and women shopping for presents, unaware of the fate intended for them. “Here we see the enemies of Allah as they stroll about. You will go to hell, Allah willing.”

While that attack on a Christmas market in France did not succeed, two years ago another Muslim terrorist drove a van into a crowd at a Christmas market in Nantes while screaming, “Allahu Akbar.” 

Just as in Berlin, the terrorist plowed his van into a stand selling mulled wine. Ten people were injured and one of his victims died. A day earlier, yet another terrorist had driven into a crowd in Dijon, France while also shouting about the supremacy of Allah. He managed to injure thirteen. 

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And we’ve had Muslim Christmas terror here closer to home.

In 2010, Mohamed Osman Mohamud, a Somali Muslim settler, plotted to murder as many people as he could at a Christmas tree lighting in Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland. He dreamed of massacring them while they were “in their own element with their families celebrating the holidays.”

Mohammed had a simple Christmas wish. ”I want whoever is attending that event to leave, to leave dead or injured.”

Instead of lying in bed with visions of sugar plums dancing in his head, the Somali invader had a grimmer sort of vision for Christmas. “You know, what I like to see? Is when I see the enemy of Allah, then you know their bodies are torn everywhere.” 

But Mohamed didn’t get his wish. The families in Pioneer Courthouse Square got to see a Christmas tree lighting while the Somali Muslim terrorists was dragged away while screaming, “Allahu Akbar.”

A year earlier, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab had plotted to bring down a Christmas Day flight from Amsterdam to Detroit. But when he went to the bathroom to set off the plastic explosives in his underwear, something went wrong. Umar’s pants caught on fire and instead of killing two-hundred-eighty-nine people for Christmas, he suffered painful burns on his legs and genitals. 

The only way to stop this War on Christmas is by ending Islamic terror migration to this country.