• December 11, 2023

Read The Special Message Left For The Police By The ISIS Jihad Who Slit A Priests Throat


When will people get sick of hearing these horrible stories? When will we finally fight back? Check out the sick and twisted message that the Muslim murderer gave before slitting the priest’s throat:

One of a pair of ISIS knifemen who stormed a church in Normandy before slitting the throat of an elderly priest has been named as known terror threat Adel Kermiche.

The 19-year-old ‘ISIS soldier’ was being monitored with an electronic ankle tag after he was arrested for twice attempting to flee France to join the terror group in Syria.

Despite having been released early from prison, Kermiche’s bail conditions allowed him to roam unsupervised between 8.30am and 12.30pm, leaving him free to murder the priest in the attack carried out between 9am and 11am.

Kermiche and his accomplice – also known to French police – forced 84-year-old Father Jacques Hamel to kneel before filming themselves butchering him and performing a ‘sermon in Arabic’ at the altar of the church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, according to witnesses.

Both were shot dead by police marksmen as they emerged from the building shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ following the attack that also left a nun critically injured.

French President Francois Hollande, who visited the scene today, said the country is now ‘at war’ with ISIS after the terror group claimed responsibility.

French authorities admitted that both Kermiche and his partner were subject to security ‘S’ files, meaning they were known terror suspects who should have been under surveillance.

Kermiche was living with his parents in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray with an electronic tag on his ankle, after spending time in prison in both France and Switzerland.

Parisian prosecutor Francois Molins revealed that the pair were carrying a fake bomb with a timer, a backpack full of fake guns and ‘a kitchen knife’ during the attack, and said they used nuns as human shields.

Read more: Daily Mail

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