June 08, 2017

Notre Dame terrorist was given an AWARD by the EU for article complaining about “racist attacks” against migrants

StaffRebel Columnist

The terrorist who attacked two police officers with a hammer in Paris was previously given an award by the EU for an article he wrote whining about “racist attacks” against migrants.

The 40-year-old Algerian jihadist Farid Ikken hit an officer over the head and yelled “this is for Syria” before being shot.



During his time in Sweden, he received an “EU Commission’s National Journalist Prize Against Discrimination” award for a report. Of course the EU would have an award for such a stupid idea. And of course the EU would give it to a future terrorist.

As reported by InfoWars, the article also dealt with “asylum seekers who are not entitled to medical care and who are therefore forced to seek medical care, as well as healthcare staff and others who still provide healthcare to asylum seekers”.

It is also alleged the terrorist swore allegiance to ISIS.

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commented 2017-06-08 16:32:34 -0400
Not surprising the un-elected Parliament would pick a terrorist to give an award to.
commented 2017-06-08 15:10:45 -0400
But hey, the EU is free trade, and as a Liberal, I support free trade, and open borders, and deporting white people sounds like a better plan. After all, whiteness is gross, and Donald Trump is a Nazi, and Islam is a religion of peace, and diversity is our strength!
commented 2017-06-08 14:34:45 -0400
All Muslims are Terrorist, or at least they will be, as soon as enough of them have amassed in whatever Country they are in. All they wait for is the word from their local Mosque and the killing will start. The only answer is to deport the whole Dammed lot of them, Man, Woman and Child. Our current Government will also have to be sent away, Devils Island would be suitable for these Traitors.
commented 2017-06-08 13:40:34 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,480 Attacks, 215,941 Killed, 297,212 Injured that we know of
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