The knife assault of ‘Franco-Algerian’ (44) ”psycho’ on an Orthodox Jew in the neighbourhood of Grand Synagogue wasn’t fatal, however the shock will remain, as it occurred in a chain of jihadi attacks in Europe, mainly attributed to “mentally unstable’ people.
The current policy of dividing Muslims into de-facto ‘good Muhammedans’ and ‘psycho’ does not resolve security challenge for Europeans amid migrant crisis.
Even the most superficial observer can notice that all the recent ‘psycho’ have something in common: they trend to kill in name of ‘Allah Akbar!’ for ‘unknown’ motives.
The shifting from Mohammedans from one group to another can happen over night, and radicalisation is noticed as the fait accompi while counting the victims.
It might help police to understand the situation if learning about Jihad and shahid in Islam. However this useful knowledge will be not available in the European culture of ‘politically correct’ soon. Horrors to follow…
“It’s easy to see some advantages of British membership. It’s a big country with a big economy,” – said Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, seeing some advantages if Britain joined the four-nation European Free Trade Association (EFTA) after quitting the EU, qualifying past doubts about British membership.
One option could be to join EFTA, which Britain helped found but quit to enter the EU in 1973, though it is far from clear that is a path that Britain wants to follow.
However Solberg cited farming as one example of a possible conflict of interest. Britain exported food and drink worth 18 billion pounds ($24 billion) in 2015 while Norway imposes high import barriers to protect farmers in a country that stretches into the Arctic.