Islamic State claims Brussels suicide attacks that killed dozens

Officials say at least 31dead in Brussels attacks; airports across Europe tighten security.
Officials say at least 31dead in Brussels attacks; airports across Europe tighten security.

Islamic State claimed responsibility for suicide bomb attacks on Brussels airport and a rush-hour metro train in the Belgian capital on Tuesday which killed at least 30 people, with police hunting a suspect who fled the air terminal.

Police issued a wanted notice for a young man in a hat who was caught on CCTV pushing a laden luggage trolley at Zaventem airport alongside two others who, investigators said, had later blown themselves up in the terminal, killing at least 10 people.

Officials said 20 died on the metro train close to European Union institutions. It was unclear still what caused the blast but a news agency linked to Islamic State said that too was a suicide attack.

The coordinated assault triggered security alerts across Europe and drew global expressions of support, four days after Brussels police had captured the prime surviving suspect in Islamic State’s attacks on Paris last November.

Belgian authorities were still checking whether the attacks were linked to the arrest of Salah Abdeslam, according to Federal Prosecutor Frederic Van Leeuw, although U.S. officials said the level of organization involved suggested they had previously been in preparation.

Explosives and an Islamic flag were found after a flat was raided a week ago where a fresh fingerprint of Abdeslam’s had put police on his trail. It was not clear if Abdeslam had been involved at that stage in the airport attack plan. A bomb and an Islamic State flag were also found later on Tuesday in a flat in Brussels.

“A photograph of three male suspects was taken at Zaventem. Two of them seem to have committed suicide attacks. The third, wearing a light-colored jacket and a hat, is actively being sought,” Van Leeuw told a news conference.

A government official said the third suspect had been seen running away from the airport building. Local media said police had found an undetonated suicide vest in the area.

Police issued a wanted notice on Monday, after questioning of Abdeslam, identifying 25-year-old Najim Laachraoui as linked to the Paris attacks. The poor quality of the images left open whether he might be the person caught on the airport cameras.

A witness said he heard shouts in Arabic and shots shortly before two blasts struck in a packed airport departure lounge at the airport.

Belgian media published the security camera picture of three young men pushing laden luggage trolleys. Police later issued the same photograph, showing only one of the three.

“If you recognize this individual or if you have information on this attack, please contact the investigators,” the notice read. “Discretion assured.”

Police operations were under way at several points in the city but a lockdown imposed immediately after the attacks was eased and commuters and students headed home as public transport partially reopened.

Islamic State issued a statement claiming responsibility: “We promise the crusader alliance against the Islamic State that they will have black days in return for their aggression against the Islamic State,” the jihadist group said.

Belgium, home to the European Union and the headquarters of the NATO military alliance, has sent warplanes to take part in operations against Islamic State in the Middle East.

Austrian Horst Pilger, who was awaiting a flight with his family when the attackers struck, said his children had thought fireworks were going off, but he instantly knew an assault was underway.

“My wife and I both thought ‘bomb’. We looked into each other’s eyes,” he told Reuters. “Five or 10 seconds later there was a major, major, major blast in close vicinity. It was massive.”

Pilger, who works at the European Commission, said the whole ceiling collapsed and smoke flooded the building.

Security services found and destroyed a third bomb after two blasts at the airport killed at least 10 people and injured around 100, the provincial governor of Brabant Flanders said. Belgian media gave death tolls as high as 14 at the airport.

The metro station blast killed a further 20 people and injured roughly 130, according to a provisional toll from the national crisis response center.

“BLACK MOMENT”

U.S. President Barack Obama led calls of support to Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel after Brussels had gone into a state of virtual lock-down.

“We must be together regardless of nationality or race or faith in fighting against the scourge of terrorism,” Obama told a news conference in Cuba. “We can and we will defeat those who threaten the safety and security of people all around the world.”

Michel spoke at a Brussels news conference of a “black moment” for his country. “What we had feared has come to pass.”

The blasts occurred after the arrest in Brussels of a suspected participant the Paris attacks that killed 130 people. Belgian police and combat troops on the streets had been on alert for reprisal but the attacks took place in crowded areas where people and bags are not searched.

All public transport in Brussels was initially shut down, as it was in London during 2005 Islamist militant attacks there that killed 52. Authorities appealed to citizens not to use overloaded telephone networks, extra troops were sent into the city and the Belgian Crisis Centre, clearly wary of a further incident, appealed to the population: “Stay where you are”.

Brussels airport will remain closed on Wednesday, its chief executive Arnaud Feist told reporters.

Public broadcaster VRT said police had found a Kalashnikov assault rifle next to the body of an attacker at the airport. Such weapons have become a trademark of Islamic State-inspired attacks in Europe, notably in Belgium and France, including on Nov. 13 in Paris.

Alphonse Youla, 40, who works at the airport, told Reuters he heard a man shouting out in Arabic before the first explosion. “Then the glass ceiling of the airport collapsed.”

“I helped carry out five people dead, their legs destroyed,” he said, his hands covered in blood.

Others said they also heard shooting before the blasts.

A witness said the blasts occurred at a check-in desk.

Video showed devastation in the hall with ceiling tiles and glass scattered across the floor. Bloodied bodies lay around.

Some passengers emerged from the terminal with blood spattered over their clothes. Smoke rose from the building through shattered windows and passengers fled down a slipway, some still hauling their bags.

Britain, Germany, France and the Netherlands, all wary of spillover from conflict in Syria, were among states announcing extra security measures. Security was tightened at the Dutch border with Belgium.

The blast hit the train as it left Maelbeek station, close to EU institutions, heading to the city center.

VRT carried a photograph of a metro carriage at a platform with doors and windows completely blown out, its structure deformed and interior mangled and charred.

A local journalist tweeted a photograph of a person lying covered in blood among smoke outside the station. Ambulances were ferrying the wounded away and sirens rang out across the area.

“WE ARE AT WAR”

“We are at war and we have been subjected to acts of war in Europe for the last few months,” French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said.

Train services on the cross-channel tunnel from London to Brussels were suspended. Britain advised its citizens to avoid all but essential travel to Brussels.

Security services have been on a high state of alert across western Europe for fear of militant attacks backed by Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for the Paris attack.

While most European airports are known for stringent screening procedures of passengers and their baggage, that typically takes place only once passengers have checked in and are heading to the departure gates.

Abdeslam, the prime surviving suspect for the Paris attacks on a stadium, cafes and a concert hall, was captured by Belgian police after a shootout on Friday. Interior Minister, Jan Jambon, said on Monday the country was on high alert for a revenge attack.

 

REUTERS

 

  • Rudy1947

    Time for Europe to go to a more proactive and preemptive mode. Showing solidarity is nice, but won’t stop any further attacks.

    • 5thDrawer

      Turning everything into a ‘Police State’ mentality is a desire of Islamists and various Anarchists … And then they can crow about ‘The West’ having the lack of freedom that they do, which won’t stop the idiots from attempting more of their bombings anyway.

      • Rudy1947

        Let them crow. Jihadists want and desire their version of a “police state”.

        • Christina Metron

          get lost you idiot jew

          • Rudy1947

            NO.

          • Hind Abyad

            NO baby NO, said Pinkie Rudy brain

          • Rudy1947

            yes Yes YES says Hindie.

          • Hind Abyad

            I never say NO or YES.

          • Rudy1947

            Never say never.

          • Hind Abyad

            That’s what Zionist said but they replaced Hitler like you did.

          • Rudy1947

            Hitler and his dream were destroyed by allied forces in WW2. Non-na2is took over.

          • Hind Abyad

            you’re today’s Neo Nazi, really very boring..i’m not interested in your opinion Deir Yassin.

      • Hind Abyad

        Israel promoted Kurd balkanisation plans which shows water rich agriculture areas cut off from the majority leaving them to starve.

        • 5thDrawer

          Well, ASSad started that by bombing the irrigation chanels …. but who says Kurds will cut the water off like Israelis ?? OR the food supplies?

          • Hind Abyad

            Good night 🙂

          • 5thDrawer

            I know nothing …

          • Hind Abyad

            Still you know nothing…

          • 5thDrawer

            How FAR BACK in History does everyone want to go ???
            This was 1835 …

          • Christina Metron

            5th

          • Hind Abyad

            🙂 no no

          • Rascal

            How did 5th get you to pose for his picture with your global boobs? And 5th, I am impressed. I didn’t think you had it in you. Hand painted or decal?

          • Hind Abyad

            Get a life.

          • 5thDrawer

            Secrets of the artist should be only imbibed to serious apprentices … hehehe ;-))

          • Hind Abyad

            It goes as far as Kurd participated in Armenian and Assyrian Genocide.
            Syria gave Kurd 300,000 citizenships, today they steal Syria Christians refugees Lands and Homes. (nothing you experience in Canada huh?)

          • 5thDrawer

            Not yet ……. but I’m well aware a government could – although here they would imagine up some ‘fair compensation’, and not just steal it like the ‘old days’.
            (I know one who was ‘expropriated’ for a subway … others for an imagined airport …)

          • Hind Abyad

            Really? That train has Turkish emblem when are you going to stop your bias for God’s sake?
            Changing the atrocities of the past could have saved us atrocities of the present.
            The West wanted Tribalism in Middle East if you don’t know it you’re biased or ignorant.

            Look at this scary Islamic militant (ISIS).

          • 5thDrawer

            I said ‘could have been’ … I meant it was the same thing. People being sent to death.
            ‘The West’ isn’t going to get Tribalism out of me … so forget it. I’m not a ‘TOP’.
            AND YES, changing some things in the past WOULD have been nice & good … but that didn’t happen when it should have. SO ?? … Do we have to keep it all going on NOW ??
            Because NOW is the only time we can make the changes.

          • Hind Abyad

            huhh..you’re not going to change anything.. you only criticise Hezbollah who was born after Charogne invaded Lebanon.

            “Do we have to keep it all going on NOW ??
            Because NOW is the only time we can make the changes.”

            Pray tell, who are “We”?
            And “Now” ??

            Now we’re almost in WW3#.
            Too late..the Great powers decided..

          • 5thDrawer

            I’d say we are in that war … and it’s a war of ‘thought’ in a time when humans are ruining the balance of the planet they fight over while overpopulating it. By the time ALL humans – especially ones with thick heads – get the idea, it will be too late. Voila.
            Assume us little people decide not to pick up the gun for the Power Trippers. Where would they be then? Still sputtering and shouting and trying to create fear, no doubt

          • Rudy1947

            Lebanon is and has never been a powerful country and have been attacked and occupied by Muslims after WW2. The Great Powers are just about anyone.

          • Hind Abyad

            Go to hell ..who’s talking to you Deir Yassin?

          • Rudy1947

            Unlike Deir Yassin, I’m not a fabrication.

          • Hind Abyad

            If the Zionists didn’t kill, expel and steal Palestinian’s land, they would not have migrated to Lebanon, the only other way is, they would have melted in the rain, you jackal are an agitator. . and so boooring

          • Rudy1947

            Several Arab nation failed in their conquest of the Israeli state so your PaliArabs tried and also failed. Lebanon didn’t want your PaliArabs nor did Jordan.

          • Hind Abyad

            If stupidity was a killer you would be dead meat

          • Rudy1947

            Such evil thoughts on the holiest week of Christianity.

          • Hind Abyad

            …now go fry yourself an Easter egg..

          • Rudy1947

            They’re hardboiled my dear. No need for further cooking. How do you like your eggs?

          • 5thDrawer

            I know I’m not going to change anything … but I AM free to put in my 2 cents worth.
            And I’m free to critisize a supposed ‘defender’ which did a job, and then should have become ONLY a ‘political’ entity working FOR a country – not taken it to being the stalled and generally dysfunctional state it has become. Like too many, it strives for a ‘past’ simply mired in continual conflict like the Zionist entity … it’s 2 seats in a parliament basically representing it’s ‘religious’ 10% of Muslims, but screwing it all up. My opinion.

          • 5thDrawer

            ‘WE’ is Humans. ‘Now’ is tomorrow.
            (‘Now’ is similar to saying ‘Never again’. … And striving to make it so.)

          • WhereIsHumanity?

            oops, looks like someone forgot to cover up properly. busted.
            next time he will know better.

          • Christina Metron

            wowee

          • Hind Abyad

            IDF are serial killers..i mean they’re cold blood killers, they enjoy it, a young Palestinian is unconscious, instead of taking him in the ambulance, they blow his head up..it’s free for all in the uhh..err..”the most Moral Army in the ME only Democracy.”
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8WK2TgruMo&feature=youtu.be&app=desktop

          • WhereIsHumanity?

            Charming “people”!!
            Yet we have Karadzic convicted of exactly what the “most moral army in the ME” is doing today.

            The hypocrisy is astounding. I couldn’t do that to my worst enemy. These are not humans

          • 5thDrawer

            Perhaps not .. we are NOT sure of what made up the planet’s huge populations before 12000 years ago. We can’t read their history. Who knows what Jews evolved from?

          • Hind Abyad

            They were Semitic tribes like the Arab where before Judaism, Christianity and Islam. . they claimed God spoke to them, God chose them. Today Zionism is pathological

          • 5thDrawer

            And only came after the populations grew again into the times of Pharaohs – also barely recorded in history.

          • Hind Abyad

            The recorded one was a fraud.

          • 5thDrawer

            Yes, apparently … and with misinterprestaions of the pictographic language meanings … and trying to bring that to light in this ‘Religiously Darkened’ time is a chore ..

          • Hind Abyad

            Arabic sects…

          • Hind Abyad

            Israel is counselling the Kurd, they’re using the Kurd to break up Syria.

          • 5thDrawer

            A real mess of multi-sect bits and pieces even within sects. Civil war was ever thus.

          • Hind Abyad

            It’s not sects, dig anywhere in the areas Kurd are claiming and you’l find 3000 years of Assyrian history. They claim all of Rojova and Iraqi kurdistan which was al Assyria Kurds are not Syrians historically. As it is only kurd deserve Syrian land, is pure racism, it belongs to all Syrians.

          • 5thDrawer

            Can you say Assyrian and Syrian are synonyms?? Who invented the word Syria?

          • Hind Abyad

            Of course,’Syrian’ and Syriac derive from ‘Assyrian’, Phoenicians liturgy rites originated in Assyria, they are in Syriac.

          • 5thDrawer

            You are never going to see a whole country spouting the same ‘liturgy’ … even the Muslims don’t do it, as close as they are to thinking Muhammad’s words are law because that concept was fed into them constantly.

          • Hind Abyad

            It’s Orthodox Aramaic liturgy, not Roman, Maronites are from Syriac rites.
            They fled Damascus from other Christians the Nestorian and the Jacobite, up to a mountain in Syria.

          • 5thDrawer

            All this division because a carpenter had time to think about what went on around him while he worked his wood. (everyone loves a good carpenter – they are rarely targets)
            How the thoughts on brotherhood were changed (similar to Hadith-Makers efforts) is probably why everyone is whacking Christians these days – even the Christians.
            People want to throw stones all the time, after all, and think their sect is without sin. 😉

          • Hind Abyad

            All this division is uncivilized and created by “civilized” West…:-) voila. Bonne nuit.

          • Hind Abyad

            Invented? Syria is in English. Sur – Suriya, comes from Semitic language roots. Damascus is Greek, Sham (Damascus), in Arabic Semitic language means Levant.

          • Hind Abyad

            Now the Turks, even the Emirates, Hamas going to fight against ARAB land grabs in Syria..some evil visionaries plans for hundred of years, again….

          • 5thDrawer

            The planet may well not sustain humans for that long.
            (by the way, how’s the ICE up there? ;-))

          • Hind Abyad

            It’s their stupid business. “Love your neighbours”.. is not working.

          • 5thDrawer

            Next time they ask for ‘Sharia Law’ here, and the politicians say ‘NO’ again, we’ll see how neighbourly things become. Liberals have made a Swedish error I think … One hopes our cops have more balls than the ones in Sweden. But I think Justine didn’t plant them all in Ottawa. :-))))
            (sorry ,, Justin … see theories of ‘Feminizing of males’ … a reason for loss of protection.)

          • Hind Abyad

            Don’t you worry.

          • Hind Abyad

            Although they lived in peace together before ‘Evil’ decided to destroy Syria.

  • Rascal

    Terrorism seems to be a side-effect of allowing too many muslim refugee into a country. I hope everyone is paying attention to all the good that refugees bring (I am still looking for the good part).

    • 5thDrawer

      Makes it tough for the real ones seeking peace and a continued full life.

    • man-o-war

      “side-effect of allowing too many muslim refugee”, really? Where’s your proof? What do you suggest? No migration of Muslims outside of their “Muslim” countries? Why don’t we create a world wide ban on Muslim migration? Would you be ok with that?

      • Hind Abyad

        Hillary Clinton’s Emails and the Syrian Shoah. “Greater Israel” and the Yinon Plan.

        “Most commentators on the Middle East and American foreign affairs now realise that the chaos in the Middle East has a lot to do with Israel and its supportive Jewish lobbies around the world. However, thanks to the newly leaked Clinton email archive we may have a document that provides confirmation that the Yinon Plan was, de facto, an Israeli strategy to create sectarian chaos in the Middle East”.

        http://linkis.com/wordpress.com/8VGhZ

        • Rascal

          “an Israeli strategy to create sectarian chaos in the Middle East”.
          Sunni and Shia do that quite well all on their own, or are you ignorant of this bloody divide? Its been going on for 1400 years. You should try to catch up.

      • Rascal

        Due to the fact that no country is obligated or forced to accept refugees, they are trying to be nice and welcoming to the ones allowed in, but that becomes difficult when an enemy comes from within and quite regularly now they go on a killing spree. You must be able to understand the fear and intolerance that Islamist’s bring.
        The coming ban on all migration does not care about the potential and majority of “good muslim” people out there. Potential migrants should have to face proper screening and follow protocol for permanent residency in whichever country they want to go to. They should be aware that the culture they are placing themselves into, is tolerant to a point. Proof, there is no other reason for the vast increase in sexual assault and rape cases in Europe other than the clash of cultures, one of which is very disrespectful of women.
        I am guessing you are European, and like everyone else you are discussed with terrorist and jihad.
        Also, the current muslim population has as much to fear from extremist and terrorist as everyone else, and their voice needs to be heard and shown as a nationalist. The problem being is, this isn’t happening. There seems to be problems assimilating. This also seems to be a sunni problem more particularly. Shiites are way more progressive branch of Islam, but they are also a minority within most muslim populations.

        The rape of Europe 2016

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8kqiA1sw-U

        • 5thDrawer
          • Hind Abyad

            “Secular community center in Tel Aviv cancels Purim event after religious sponsors complain it includes women reading”

          • 5thDrawer

            Next time they should not accept ‘religious’ sponsors.

          • Hind Abyad

            I always them to be Saudi cousins..

        • Hind Abyad

          So you’re addressing mano as an European..

    • Hind Abyad

      Yeah…hahah.. hypocrites.

  • man-o-war

    As an Arab “Muslim” human being I strongly reject and condemn these terrorist and their actions. May they burn in hell for eternity. May this usher in the sudden and violent fall of the devils creation daesh. May their sympathizers be rounded up and their members executed on the spot.

    • 5thDrawer

      Have to find some way to get East & West to work together amicably, Man-O … need harmony … 😉

      • Hind Abyad

        Not possible..Israel rools
        Israeli gov’t minister uses #Brussels attacks to criticise labelling of settlement produce

        • 5thDrawer

          Really? A real Dork …. But like the Russian who related this to Europe not becoming ‘one’ with Russia. (after which, I guess Putin told him to say ‘condolences’ …)

          • Hind Abyad

            Plan to Balkanise #Syria, was declared by ex secretary of state condoleza rice in 2006, it is a copy of Israel’s Yinon plan

          • 5thDrawer

            They keep looking at the wrong maps … 😉 Faked themselves out.

          • Hind Abyad

            Learn the history Kurds are not Saints..a short history of ethnic cleansing of the original inhabitants & waves of immigrants who now claim the area.

          • 5thDrawer

            I DON’T THINK ANY TRIBE/SECT/BATCH IS ALL SAINTS.

          • Hind Abyad

            Kurds are not from Mesopotamia, i’m talking about the fate of Christians till today..
            By the way, why did the Allies give Turkey Antioch Patriarcat where Christianity was founded 200 years before Rome?

          • Hind Abyad

            No answer hah?
            Who..the Zionists, Churchill, Rothschild..Jabotinsky was editor of ‘Young Turk’ paper in 1916, that promoted the Armenian and in parallel the Assyrian Genocide.
            Today it’s the continuation of that plan, that plan will NEVER stop.

          • 5thDrawer

            I have an answer … but you didn’t wait until I saw the question.

          • Hind Abyad

            Wait 21 hours?

          • 5thDrawer

            Sometimes, I sleep. 😉

          • Hind Abyad

            I’ll give you the answer.
            Kurdistan Erbil shopping mall put christian cross on sole of shoes – these are people the US is arming. They say it’s a secular “Federaration”.

          • 5thDrawer

            Was that for ‘tracking’ purposes?? Folks should wear the tyre-rubber sandals maybe …
            (All-season a better choice …)

          • Hind Abyad

            Good night

          • 5thDrawer

            Nighty. xox

          • Hind Abyad

            Christians talk to each other in other countries than Lebanon where rich snob poor Christian..it’s about “which family they come from”.. that’s all.
            You still don’t know much about the Middle East.

          • 5thDrawer

            Oh yes .. well noted in my Beirut friend’s Baptist church. But churches are not much different than any crowd who gathers around the supposed ‘wisest’ and ‘longest serving’ or whatever the local crowd views as ‘leadership quality’ – like who gave the most to the building fund. Any organization runs in that manner.
            Choosing a Minister to be the ‘head’ here is a ‘committee decision’ – and folks are voted onto the committee. A list of applicants is interviewed. Whether they choose younger, older, male, or female depends on how the committee is lead. A good one makes everybody feel happy and that the best choice was made. 🙂

          • Hind Abyad

            Still no answer.. never mind.

          • 5thDrawer
          • Rudy1947

            The Rothschild always made a mighty fine wine.

          • Hind Abyad

            Drink it Pinskie

          • Rudy1947

            Prefer a good beer.

          • Hind Abyad

            Drink you beer niaiseux

          • Hind Abyad

            Dork. Russian protects its border against ISIS.. and barbarian Islamist head shoppers for centuries.

          • 5thDrawer

            Dokette. Russia seems to have had it’s share of ‘blow-up’ fanatics too.

      • kamille1

        What a perfect world we live in..hehehe

        • 5thDrawer

          And there’s perfection in all the variety, Kamille.

      • Hannibal

        Going global all of a sudden got a whole new meaning… ;P

      • man-o-war

        I think I found the cause of global warming.

        • 5thDrawer

          To some extent, man-O, you’re right. We males did everything to make them comfortable – even if we fight about them too.
          For example, The Car Radio. A young couple was sitting in a parked car enjoying the scene, and the Lady said: “It would be nice if we could listen to music here.” The boyfriend thought about that … and the end result was ‘Motorola’ was born. A whole industry was created. ;-)) (truth … lovelier than fiction ..)

      • Christina Metron

        sexist scumbag

    • Hannibal

      How do you know you’re Arab? 😉

      • 5thDrawer

        I’m sure the eggs are kosher … ;-))))

        • man-o-war

          Everything in the picture is kosher, even the woman. Guilt free feasting ; )

      • man-o-war

        Good question, I guess I’m not sure what makes someone an Arab other than the fact they speak Arabic.

  • Hind Abyad

    What an amazing feat the Jews have pulled off. They’ve managed to orchestrate the Muslim invasion in every “white” country around the globe!

    • Matrix

      “white” countries you find in North and South America, East and west Europe and around the mediterranean, am I wrong?
      Aren’t some Muslims and Jews “white”?

      • Hind Abyad

        I meant White Europe chum.! UK France Germany Sweden Danemark Belgium.

        • Rudy1947

          Twilight Zone Theme.

        • Matrix

          Ahhha…..

  • Hind Abyad

    Zero-Sum in Brussels: the Savage Vision Driving a Terror-Ridden World

    “The atrocities in Brussels — and they are horrific, criminal atrocities — are not occurring in a vacuum. They are not springing from some unfathomable abyss of motiveless malevolence. They are a response, in kind, to the atrocious violence being committed by Western powers on a regular basis in many countries around the world. And just as there is no justification for the acts of carnage in Brussels (and Paris and Turkey and elsewhere), there is likewise no justification for the much larger and more murderous acts of carnage being carried out by the most powerful and prosperous nations on earth, day after day, year after year”.

    http://linkis.com/www.counterpunch.org/Dff2i

    • Matrix

      With you analysis, how do you explain the Stockholm suicide bomber (Taimour Abdulwahab Al-Abdaly) action?
      There was no atrocious violence being committed by the swedes, or did I missed some?
      Sweden supposed to be a neutral country….

      • 5thDrawer

        Just a brain-dead Anarchist programmed to ‘FEAR’, by someone’s propaganda about ‘them’ … and he turned to thinking ‘justified homicide’ was needed. A ‘hero’ in his own mind.

  • Andre

    Innocent suffer and die because of fundamentalism.