While President Barack Obama is focused on so-called “global warming,” a kindergarten teacher was just stabbed by an Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist! The teacher – age 45 – was in class doing his job and preparing for class… Then, a terrorist shouted allegiance to ISIS and stabbed him in the neck with a box cutter and scissors.
He fled the scene at the Jean-Perrin d’Aubervilliers school in France. The attacker reportedly showed up at the school unarmed, and found the sharp object while inside the school. The teacher is being cared for at the Lariboisière hospital.
The terrorist also declared the attack was a “warning” to the world from ISIS. Questions are being asked about why the attacker used the word “Daesh,” which is a derogatory name for ISIS.
The ISIS French-language magazine Dar-al-Islam called in its November edition for its followers to kill teachers in the French education system.
Teachers were described in one ISIS magazine article as ‘enemies of Allah’ for teaching secularism and ‘in open war against the Muslim family.’
‘This education, in the case of France in particular, is a means of propaganda used to impose the corrupt way of thought established by the Judeo-masonry,’ it said.
‘Muslims must know the French education system is built against religion and Islam as the only religion of truth cannot cohabit with this fanatic secularism.’
Via The Daily Mail
This is only one month after the deadly November attacks which killed 130 and left 350 people injured in Paris, France. This school is located in the same area where Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the mastermind behind the Paris attacks, was killed in a shootout last month.
Clearly, President Barack Obama is not making terrorism a priority, as the Islamic State continues deadly attacks in major cities in America… and around the world. Islamic radicals are growing in power and are emboldened to commit more atrocities.
This is why the world needs a real leader in the White House!
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Update: The teacher has admitted to making the whole story up.