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Jihadi 'racial hatred':
Forsane Alizza - Mohammed Merah: French "Jewish school massacre." March 19, 2012

A racist[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11] Arab-Muslim murders a Rabbi and 3 children outside Jewish school in Toulouse, France. A clear hate crime.[12][13][14]

Jihadi 'racial hatred':
Forsane Alizza - Mohammed Merah: French "Jewish school massacre." March 19, 2012

A racist[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11] Arab-Muslim murders a Rabbi and 3 children outside Jewish school in Toulouse, France. A clear hate crime.[12][13][14]

- He took aim at victims and chased some into schoolyard.[15]

- He shot at such close range that the gunfire burned the skin.[16]

- The killer got off his motor bike to grab an eight-year-old girl and shoot her in the head. He picked her up -as she was bleeding- shot her in the head again, to make sure she died.[17]

- He also filmed[18] his crimes for sick-kicks.[19]

Muslim fanatic... was so proud of his unspeakably evil work that he uploaded sickening video to the Internet showing him executing a helpless, terrified 8-year-old girl... Mohammed Merah is seen yanking Myriam Monsenego by her hair - then firing a bullet into her head while he holds her... Pure Evil: Mohammed Merah.[20]

- The sadistic Arab-Muslim felt 'endless pleasure' during school massacre... wished he could have killed more.[21] His 'Very proud' brother of Merah charged after explosives found in his car.[22] Abdelkader Merah: "I'm proud he executed those 3 kids."[23]

- The Arab Muslim, Mohammed Merah, was affiliated with 'al-Qaida' and (Sharia pusher[24]) 'Forsane Alizza.'[25] Dedicated to strict implementation of Sharia, to abolish demoratic regimes and replacing them with Islamic ones, and to 'restore the Caliphate.'[26]

According to Forsane Alizza, the return of the Caliph is the only way for the Muslim community to regain a safe living environment.[27]

WSJ explains: 'The Jihadist was no lone wolf.' He was practically a prince in violent extremist circles.[28]

'Forsane Alizza,' is an Islamic hate group inciting and training for terrorism, acting under a banner of "fighting Islamophobia." Banned in France -two months prior to the massacre-[29] for inciting racial hatred.[30]

In 2010, it invaded a McDonald's restaurant, shouting anti-Semitic slogans. [31] Two members of the radical Islamic group “Forsane Alizza” were convicted of 'inciting racial hatred' by a court.[32]

- It reminded French Jews, that they "live in constant fear of Arab attacks, and the government does nothing."[33]

- He said his only regret was not having been able to carry out his plans for more killings.[34]

- After a 32 hours siege, the 'racist serial killer'[35] al-Qaeda militant died in a hail of bullets... as he jumped out of an apartment window[36]

- Branded a 'monster,' by France's leadership, and Algeria refused to take Merah's body.[37] He was buried in Toulouse's Muslim cemetery despite the city's mayor's protest. Reacting to Merah's father who "threatened" to sue French authorities over his son's death, French Minister said: "If I were the father of such a monster, I would shut my mouth in shame."[38] Yet, he has vowed not to "shut up" despite a scathing reaction from French officials.[39]

- A Facebook page, which bore a picture of the self-proclaimed Al-Qaeda militant and was titled "Homage to Mohamed Merah", was consulted by more than 500 people before it was removed just hours after it appeared,[40] French police had to disperse a Muslim march in his "honor,"[41] and Jihadist produced video glorifying Mohammed Merah.[42]

- His 'supportive' Arab-Islamic neighbourhood: 'he was one of our own, no matter what he did.'[43]

- Anti-Semitic Muslim fundamentalist[44], Muslim Brotherhood's buddy, Tariq Ramadan, trying to rationalize bigotry, propagated the racist Arab Merah as being a "victim." He was heavily criticized for pushing a fake Muslim victimhood.[45][46][47][48]

- (Some also suspect Iran's proxy Hezbollah aided,[49] possibly even working in coordination with al-Qaida[50]).

- Murderer was motivated by propaganda and lies,[51][52] the fraud of [self-inflicted] Palestinian-Arab "suffering."[53]

He certainly was influenced by a general fraudelant "Palestinian" images (like al-Dura) and hype - atmosphere, with Euro media bias picking/backing it up.[54]

- It comes, a week after an inflammatory tweet by a "Palestinian' propagandist, a UN worker Khulood Badawi,[55][56][57] posting a bloodied image of an old accidental dead Arab child, tweeting it around as a supposed "Israel" recent deed. (Typical Pallywood[58]).

(It has been suggested[59], that Merah might have even see the tweet and inspired by it. Especially since he specifically talked about 'Palestinian children'[60]).

A few days later, French police arrested 20 suspected militants.[61]

The terrible racist murder of schoolchildren in Toulouse has shocked France.[62]



1.^ Fiona Govan, "Toulouse shooter may have filmed attack to post on internet," Independent IE, March 21 2012,

2.^ AFP: France shootings siege: Live Report Mar 21, 2012,

3.^ "Toulouse shooting: Jewish groups call for action after 'anti semitic attack',, March 19, 2012,

4.^ "Germany reacts to Mohamed Merah's attacks / Terrorism and racist attacks in Europe / Dossiers." Author(s): RFI/Pascal Thibault | Editor(s): Ariane Gaffuri, 23.03.2012.

5.^ Tom Goulding, "French 'racist serial killer' shot dead in police raid,', March 22, 2012,

6.^ "Mohammed Merah author of seven racist murders in France died," Mediapuzzlenews, March 23, 2012,

7.^ Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey Federation Newsletter Issue #31, March, 2012,

8.^ "Europe's blind spot on anti-Semitism." By Frida Ghitis, Special to CNN updated 9:30 AM EDT, Fri March 23, 2012,

9.^ "Toulouse and Paris march against racism," RFI, March 27, 2012,

10.^ Randa Takieddine, "Protecting secularism in France," Al Arabiya, 29 March 2012, They are Nazi-like crimes, characterized by violence and racism.

11.^ "Muslim leader, Palestinians condemn Jewish killings in France," Al Arabiya, 21 March 2012,

12.^ "Visiting terrorist websites is now illegal in France," GMA News, Mar 23, 2012,

13.^ "France criminalizes citizens who visit terrorist and hate Web sites," CNET, Mar 22, 2012,

14.^ "Hate Crime in Toulouse: The Guardian's Callous Disregard Towards Antisemitic Ideology." Algemeiner, Mar 23, 2012

15.^ "Forensics links 3 French motorbike attacks," CBS News, March 19, 2012, (CBS/AP),

16.^ "All French shooting victims shot in the head at close range, prosecutor says," NBC News, staff and news services, March 20, 2012,

17.^ "'Toulouse killer executed the little girl' Eye witness accounts of Toulouse school shooting reveal killer's savagery, state he carried out execution-style killing of 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego, shooting her repeatedly in order to confirm kill." Menachem Gantz, Ynet, March 20, 2012,

18.^ "Al Jazeera says won't air French gunman film," By Catherine Bremer, March 27, 2012,

19.^ "Gun fiend filmed school bloodbath for sick kicks," TheSun,

20.^ "French terrorist recorded murders, including girl's execution, investigators say,", Last Updated: 3:29 PM, March 24, 2012 Posted: 2:15 AM, March 23, 2012,

21.^ "Merah felt 'endless pleasure' during school massacre," Ynetnews, March 25, 2012,

22.^ Peter Allen, "Toulouse gunman Mohammed Merah's brother charged with 'complicity,'" Daily Mail, March 25, 2012,

23.^ "Mohammed Merah's brother: I'm proud he executed those 3 kids," The Sun, March 24, 2012,

24.^ islamistas - Francia proscribe un grupo islamista que reivindica la lucha armada, February 29, 2012,

25.^ "Police hunting a gunman suspected of killing seven people in southern France have surrounded a house in Toulouse." BBC, March 21 2012,

26.^ "Toulouse Shooter Ideologically Affiliated with Al-Qaeda," Memri, March 21, 2012, (Special Dispatch No.4593)

27.^ ICT - March 2012,

28.^ "France's Jihadist Shooter Was No Lone Wolf Mohamed Merah was practically a prince in violent extremist circles." By Jytte Klausen, WSJ, March 23, 2012

29.^ Scott Sayare, "France - Government Bans Domestic Islamist Group,", January 23, 2012,

30.^ Duncan Gardham, and Nick Squires, "Toulouse killer's brother 'may have met radicals in the UK'", Daily Telegraph, March 23 2012,

31.^ Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister, 'French killings refocus fears on 'solo' acts of terror,' CNN, March 21, 2012, (pp. 2-3)

32.^ 09-2011 - CFCA - The Coordination Forum for Countering anti-Semitism,

33.^ "Boys Town Jerusalem students mourn their slain teacher," Canadian Jewish News, March 22, 2012 "They live in constant fear of Arab attacks, and the government does nothing."

34.^ "French police say gunman was planning more attacks," The Irish Times, March 21, 2012,

35.^ 'French "racist serial killer" shot dead in police raid,' Tom Goulding, Headlines Examiner, March 22, 2012,

36.^ "French shooter Mohamed Merah dies after jumping from window in a hail of bullets," Agence France-Presse, March 22, 2012, by Laurent Lozano, (National Post),

37.^ "Algeria refuses to take gunman Merah's body Algeria refuses to take gunman Merah's body," The Local, March 29, 2012. The Islamist gunman branded a "monster" by President Nicolas Sarkozy will be buried in France because Algeria refused to let him be buried there, a Muslim official said...

38.^ "Toulouse gunman Mohamed Merah buried in France despite protest," al-Arabiya with AFP, March 29, 2012,

39.^ Rym Montaz, "Mohamed Merah's Dad Says He'll Sue France," ABC News, March 28, 2012,

40.^ "Facebook removes page paying homage to Toulouse killer," France 24, March 23, 2012,

41.^ "French police stop march in memory of Toulouse killer, AGI, March 24, 2012,

42.^ "Jihadist Produces Video Glorifying Mohammed Merah," SITE Intelligence Group, March 26, 2012,

43.^ "In Toulouse suburb, 'scooter killer' is 'one of us,'" by Nicholas Vinocur for Reuters, March 30, 2012,

44.^ Philip Carmel, "Muslim fundamentalist hero of anti-global crowd, JTA November 30, 1999. 'An Islamic fundamentalist accused of anti-Semitism and suspected of links with Al-Qaida is the new star of Europe´s anti-globalization movement.' Glucksman said he was "less surprised that Tariq Ramadan is anti-Semitic than by the fact he has no trouble in admitting it."

45.^ Paul Sheehan, "It's wrong to make victim of child killer," Sydney Morning Herald, March 29, 2012,

46.^ Manfred Gerstenfeld, "Killer becomes a 'victim.'" - Op-ed: False notion of 'Muslim victimhood' raises its head in wake of Toulouse murders. Ynet, March 29, 2012,

47.^ "Jihadism, Antisemitism and the truth about the Toulouse murders." Tzvi Fleischer and Sharyn Mittelman. AIJAC / ABC Religion and Ethics 30 Mar 2012.

48.^ "Muslim Brotherhood's buddy Tariq Ramadan sees "no" anti-Semitism in Mohamed Merah," The Reality Show, March 19, 2012,

49.^ "Victims of French Shooting to Be Buried in Israel," by Ian Deitch, Associated Press, March 19, 2012,

50.^ "Don't rule out Iran in the March 19 attack on a Jewish school in France," March 20, 2012,

51.^ "Toulouse Murder Suspect Was Motivated by Propaganda and Lies," by David Frum, TheDailyBeast, Mar 21, 2012,

52.^ Barry Rubin: "The True Perpetrators of The Antisemitic Attacks in Toulouse and Throughout the World," IsraelInsider, March 21, 2012,

53.^ "Islamic Arab racism manufacures fraud of Victimhood," LibertyNewsOnline, March 23, 2012,

54.^ "French terror suspect dead -- what are lessons of Toulouse?" By R. Abraham Cooper, March 22, 2012

55.^ "HR Comment: Time to End the Incitement Against Israel, HR, March 21, 2012,

56.^ "Israel Calls for U.N. Employee's Dismissal For Tweeting Misleading Photo of Dead Palestinian Child," TheBlaze, March 18, 2012, by Madeleine Morgenstern,

57.^ "More on a gaza top tweet lie the Khulood Badawi affair," mooseandsquirrel, March 21, 2012,

58.^ Pallywood,

59.^ "Did Mohammed Merah murder Jewish children because little over week earlier, on March 12, UN worker Khulood Badawi posted a photo of a bloodied child on @KhuloodBadawi?,"

60.^ The Jawa Report: UN Tweet Partly Responsible For Toulouse Massacre? March 21, 2012

61.^ "French police arrest 20 suspected militants," DAWN.COM, AFP, March 30, 2012,

62.^ Sunder Katwala, "Electorate Should Not Be Influenced by Toulouse," Huffington Post, March 22, 2012,

Originally posted to BadawiOut on Tue Apr 03, 2012 at 10:36 AM PDT.

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