Saturday, April 30, 2016

Salah Abdeslam Booed By Fellow Jihadists For Standing Up His 72 Virgins

by JASmius

Seems kind of weak-sauce to me; why didn't they try to murder Salah with their bare hands?

The man accused of being the logistics chief behind the Paris terror attacks was booed by Muslim inmates after arriving in jail – because he failed to carry out his suicide bombing.

Salah Abdeslam spent his first night in Fleury-Mérogis prison on Wednesday after being extradited from Belgium. He was arrested over last November’s attacks in the French capital which claimed 130 lives.

Upon arriving behind bars, the twenty-six-year-old was whistled and jeered by [jihad]ist lags enraged by his alleged failure to detonate his suicide vest during the Paris onslaught.

Captain Ed is skeptical of the bona fides of this report, but I'm not particularly certain as to why.  Islamic Fundamentalists aren't known for their self-control and self-restraint.  One of their own who had a suicide bombing mission who failed to carry it out would be seen as a "weak horse" coward against whom they would have a great deal of recriminatory hostility.  And so long as they couldn't get their bloodthirsty hands on him, they would do the next best thing and let him know in loud, no uncertain terms what they would do to him the first opportunity any of them had to do so.

Could a riot break out in Fleury-Mérogis prison under the right circumstances?  I suppose it could.  Should the French have sent him to another incarceration facility?  Hard to see why.  Fleury-Mérogis is presumably a designated jihadist stockade, so sending him to another one would have the same result.  And I hardly think the French would want to lock up Abdeslam in a general prison with non-jihadist inmates where he could proselytize and recruit violent criminals to the cause of the Global Jihad.  And it's not like they could have just beamed him into his solitary confinement cell at Fleury-Mérogis.  The other Islamic Fundies knew who he was, and they were not going to give him a hero's welcome.  Everything about the story seems credible to me.

And let's restore some perspective to the equation: They're all "weak horse" failures for having gotten caught by the infidels anyway, are they not?  The only difference between Abdeslam and his hoosegow-mates is that he has a bit more fame and his failure was correspondingly bigger.  It's like they're taunting him for being even more culturally emasculated than they are.

What a demented, primitive, savage culture.  If Muzzies' reproduction rate wasn't so high, I'd seriously wonder why they haven't driven themselves to extinction.

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