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Article published the Thursday 29 March 2012 - Latest update : Thursday 29 March 2012

Toulouse killer Mohamed Merah to be buried in France, after refusal from Algeria

French television frame purporting to show Toulouse killer Mohamed Merah
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Mohamed Merah, the Islamist gunman who killed three Jewish schoolchildren, a teacher and three soldiers near Toulouse, will be buried in France because Algeria refused a request from his family to have him buried there.

Abdallah Zekri of the Paris Grand Mosque said Mohamed Merah's family had asked him to organise a funeral in France after Algeria rejected the family’s demand for a burial in their ancestral homeland, citing security reasons.

"The family has asked me to organise a funeral within 24 hours," said Zekri, who was speaking in the southwestern city of Toulouse where Merah died last Thursday.

Zekri said he believed that the 23-year-old, who died in a hail of police bullets last Thursday after a 32-hour siege on his Toulouse apartment, would be buried in the Muslim section of the city's Cornebarrieu cemetery.

The body was to have been flown to Algeria on Thursday, his family said on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, French authorities have refused four Muslim preachers permission to enter France.
The four were due to speak at the Union of French Islamic Organisations congress near Paris in April.

Two other preachers, Youssef Qaradaoui and Mahmoud Al Masri, have now decided not to attend the event, according to a joint communiqué from France’s Interior and Foreign ministries.

The communiqué also expressed regret that Oxford-based Swiss intellectual Tariq Ramadan has been invited to the congress.

tags: Algeria - Anti-Semitism - France - Islamist - Jewish - Mohamed Merah - Muslim - Racism
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Jihadi 'racial hatred': Arab Muslim Mohamed Merah

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

A racist[1][2][3][4][5][6] Arab-Muslim murders a Rabbi and 3 children outside Jewish school in Toulouse, France. - He took aim at victims and chased some into schoolyard.[7]

- He shot at such close range that the gunfire burned the skin.[8]

- 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.[9] - He also filmed[10] his crimes for sick-kicks.[11]

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.[12]

- The sadistic Arab-Muslim felt 'endless pleasure' during school massacre... wished he could have killed more.[13] His 'Very proud' brother of Merah charged after explosives found in his car.[14] Abdelkader Merah: "I'm proud he executed those 3 kids."[15]

- The Arab Muslim, Mohammed Merah, was affiliated with 'al-Qaida' and (Sharia pusher[16]) 'Forsane Alizza.'[17] Dedicated to strict implementation of Sharia, to abolish demoratic regimes and replacing them with Islamic ones, and to 'restore the Caliphate.'[18]

According to Forsane Alizza, the return of the Caliph is the only way for the Muslim community to regain a safe living environment.[19]

WSJ explains: 'The Jihadist was no lone wolf.' He was practically a prince in violent extremist circles.[20]

'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-[21] for inciting racial hatred.[22]

In 2010, it invaded a McDonald's restaurant, shouting anti-Semitic slogans. [23] Two members of the radical Islamic group “Forsane Alizza” were convicted of 'inciting racial hatred' by a court.[24]

- It reminded French Jews, that they "live in constant fear of Arab attacks, and the government does nothing."[25]

- He said his only regret was not having been able to carry out his plans for more killings.[26]

- After a 32 hours siege, the 'racist serial killer'[27] al-Qaeda militant died in a hail of bullets... as he jumped out of an apartment window[28]

- 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,[29] French police had to disperse a Muslim march in his "honor,"[30] and Jihadist produced video glorifying Mohammed Merah.[31]

- (Some also suspect Iran's proxy Hezbollah aided[32], possibly even working in coordination with al-Qaida[33]).

- Murderer was motivated by propaganda and lies,[34][35] the fraud of [self-inflicted] Palestinian-Arab "suffering."[36]

He certainly was influenced by a general fraudelant "Palestinian" images (like al-Dura) and hype - atmosphere, with Euro media bias picking/backing it up.[37]

- It comes, a week after an inflammatory tweet by a "Palestinian' propagandist, a UN worker Khulood Badawi,[38][39][40] posting a bloodied image of an old accidental dead Arab child, tweeting it around as a supposed "Israel" recent deed. (Typical Pallywood[41]).

(It has been suggested[42], that Merah might have even see the tweet and inspired by it. Especially since he specifically talked about 'Palestinian children'[43]).

The terrible racist murder of schoolchildren in Toulouse has shocked France.[44]



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5.^ Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey Federation Newsletter Issue #31, March, 2012,
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9.^ "'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,,7340,L-4205221,00.html
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19.^ ICT - March 2012,
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21.^ Scott Sayare, "France - Government Bans Domestic Islamist Group,", January 23, 2012,
22.^ Duncan Gardham, and Nick Squires, "Toulouse killer's brother 'may have met radicals in the UK'", Daily Telegraph, March 23 2012,
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24.^ 09-2011 - CFCA - The Coordination Forum for Countering anti-Semitism,
25.^ "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."
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33.^ "Don't rule out Iran in the March 19 attack on a Jewish school in France," March 20, 2012,
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35.^ Barry Rubin: "The True Perpetrators of The Antisemitic Attacks in Toulouse and Throughout the World," IsraelInsider, March 21, 2012,
36.^ "Islamic Arab racism manufacures fraud of Victimhood," LibertyNewsOnline, March 23, 2012,
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38.^ "HR Comment: Time to End the Incitement Against Israel, HR, March 21, 2012,
39.^ "Israel Calls for U.N. Employee's Dismissal For Tweeting Misleading Photo of Dead Palestinian Child," TheBlaze, March 18, 2012, by Madeleine Morgenstern,
40.^ "More on a gaza top tweet lie the Khulood Badawi affair," mooseandsquirrel, March 21, 2012,
41.^ Pallywood,
42.^ "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?,"
43.^ The Jawa Report: UN Tweet Partly Responsible For Toulouse Massacre? March 21, 2012
44.^ Sunder Katwala, "Electorate Should Not Be Influenced by Toulouse," Huffington Post, March 22, 2012,

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