The Muslim terrorist who killed Jewish guard Dan Uzan outside a Copenhagen synagogue late Saturday night was able to approach and kill him by acting drunk to fool two nearby policemen into thinking that he was not a terrorist.
The policemen apparently did not understand that good Muslims don’t drink, even if they do murder.
The Copenhagen Post wrote that the Danish newspaper Politiken reported that the attacker, Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, “stumbled and weaved towards the synagogue, enabling him to get close to Dan Uzan, the man standing guard at the synagogue, and two policemen.”
El-Hussein, as The Jewish reported here, was on Denmark’s terror watch list and had a criminal record that included gang-related activities as well as offenses with violence and weapons.
El-Hussein possessed two other guns when police killed him after a massive manhunt. He is another example of a terrorist who does not fit the illusion of bleeding heart leftists who want to believe that poor education and oppression drive Muslims to radical Islam.
El-Hussein, a Danish national, was a “very talented and gifted student who did well professionally,” adult learning school director Peter Zinkernagel, told the Copenhagen Post.
However, he was expelled in 2013 because he stabbed someone, indicating that he also had a talent for violence.
El-Hussein was sentenced to two years in prison for aggravated assault, but – guess what? – he was released last month because he had completed a “long part” of his sentence.
Police have not finished investigating El-Hussein’s attacks on a Copenhagen café and the synagogue.
They have arrested two men on having provided him with the murder weapon, and then getting rid of it and helping to hide the murderer.
Jens Madsen, the head of Denmark’s security service, told the BBC that el-Hussein may have “inspired by militant Islamist propaganda issued by IS [Islamic State] and other terror organizations.”