July 10, 2017

French police officer charged for helping his brother recruit Muslims to join ISIS

StaffRebel Columnist

A French police officer suspected of being an ISIS supporter has been charged with “conspiracy and fraud in connection with a terrorist group” after he allegedly helped jihadists travel to the Middle East and join terrorist organizations.

According to the report, the officer was arrested on June 27 in the Parisian suburb of Kremlin-Bicêtre, where he was stationed.

He is suspected of helping his brother recruit jihadists to a terror cell. His brother, however, had been in jail for a year after his links with ISIS terrorists was revealed.

Local media say France’s intelligence services believe that the officer used his position to view confidential police files.

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commented 2017-07-10 19:57:29 -0400
Bravo Zulu Sweden was pre infected with a cursory PC virus that allowed this crap to happen there so much faster than other countries. They died long ago and did not even know it. From Vikings to Victims.
commented 2017-07-10 19:56:01 -0400
Anonymous we know there are wise people such as Tarek Fatah, that does not make the situation any better. And these people are attacked all the time , by radicals and by the left here in North America as well.
commented 2017-07-10 18:28:30 -0400
All EU first responder outfits have been heavily infected with islam – especially Sweden
commented 2017-07-10 14:13:12 -0400
No, there’s no truth to the fact that muslims want to invade, conquer and take over our countries is there? It’s going to take thousands and thousands of libtards getting killed by islamic terrorism before something is done about it. This modern day non militaristic (for the most part) take down of the free world by the enemy is fully approved by liberals everywhere and is moving ahead like a freight train with nothing in it’s way. We’re losing everything to them, slowly but surely. Just because a person is wearing a suit, has a good education, talks civilly and isn’t riding around in an army tank doesn’t mean they want peace. These types are the most insidious and extremely dangerous.
commented 2017-07-10 13:52:01 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,666 Attacks, 217,244 Killed, 298,470 Injured that we know of
commented 2017-07-10 13:29:13 -0400
This is exactly what we will be facing soon in Canada with hijabs wearing RCMP officers and mouchlims policemen.
commented 2017-07-10 12:21:57 -0400
Hi Maurice Potvin don’t worry you’re not racist or a religious bigot. Scholars of Islam hate radical islam more than you or the rest of the audience does. Read below. The Noble Quran by Muhammad Muhsin Khan and Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din al-Hilali

>The Hilali-Khan translation has been criticized for inserting the interpretations of the Wahabi school directly into the English rendition of the Qur’an. It has been accused of inculcating Muslims and potential Muslims with militant interpretations of Islam through parenthesis, as teachings of the Qur’an itself.

>Dr. Ahmed Farouk Musa, an academician at Monash University, considered the Hilali-Khan translation as being a major cause of extremism and a work of propaganda distributed by Saudi religious authorities with money from its oil-rich government. Similarly, Imad-ad-Dean Ahmad, head of Bethesda’s Minaret of Freedom Institute, has claimed that the translation is a Wahabi rendering of the Qur’an and is not accepted by Muslims in the US.

>A number of academics have also criticized the Hilali-Khan translation on stylistic and linguistic grounds. Dr William S. Peachy, an American professor of English at College of Medicine, King Saud University at Qasseem considered the translation “repulsive” and rejected by anyone outside of Saudi Arabia. Dr. Abdel-Haleem, Arabic Professor at SOAS, London University, noted that he found the Hilali-Khan translation “repelling”.

>The Director of King Fahd International Centre for Translation, King Saud University, Riyad, Dr. A. Al-Muhandis, expressed his dissatisfaction with the translation’s style and language, being too poor and simplistic.

>The Hilali-Khan translation has also been criticised by several prominent Western Muslim academics as well. Khaleel Mohammed, Sheila Musaji, Robert Crane, and Khaled Abou El Fadl has taken the translation to task for supposed Muslim supremacism and bigotry.
commented 2017-07-10 11:45:56 -0400
Typical french reporting, name of recruiter withheld… the correct guess is Mohammad something or other. Infiltrate the police force; governments etc… wreak havoc for the Islamic cause.
Traitor to France, they should dust off the guillotine and use it!
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