Teen angst comes in many forms: liking Evanescence and My Chemical Romance, avoiding social interaction, and being altogether dramatic for no apparent reason. When you take teen angst and put it into a Muslim, the result is violent. 18-year-old Australian Muslim Abdul Numan Haider was under investigation by Aussie authorities for potential terror ties, and had just gotten his passport cancelled. Haider’s family had come to Australia from Afghanistan and, like most Muslims, had failed to integrate into the western kuffar way of life.
Haider was asked by police to be interviewed as part of an ongoing terror investigation. Reports did not say whether or not Haider was considered a suspect in said investigation. However, the Muslim felt the heat and knew he likely would not retain his freedom much longer. Haider agreed to meet the officers outside the Melbourne police station. He approached the pair. One of the officers offered to shake Haider’s hand, when all of a sudden his arm had been sliced open by a blade Haider concealed in his hand. Before the other officer had a chance to properly react, Haider had stabbed him in the side of the head and slashed him several times in the chest. The first officer drew his weapon and Haider’s jihad was ended in a brief burst of gunfire.
Both officers are thankfully expected to survive. The subsequent police investigation revealed additional details about Haider: he attended the al-Furqan Islamic Center, where jihadist clerics have preached in the past. Facebook photos of the deceased posing in a balaclava with an Islamic State terror group flag were also found.
Local Muslim leaders accused the media and police of jumping to conclusions, assuming the suspect was an extremist or Islamic radical before releasing his identity. Maybe they should focus on weeding out the problem members of their religion (though, admittedly, that would take a lot of work) instead of criticizing us for being fed up with their bullshit.
On social media, Haider had written, “Lets not put the focus on other things. The main message I’m sending with these statuses and photos is to the dogs AFP (Australian Federal Police) and ASIO (Australian Security Intelligence Organization) who are declaring war on Islam and Muslims.” No, it’s you Muslims who are declaring war on us. We aren’t stabbing your community leaders. We aren’t plotting to behead random Muslims and upload videos of it to social media. Just saying: our infidel religions seem far more peaceful than your “religion of peace.”