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Your Daily Muslim #699: Nabil Huruy

Nabil Huruy

Nabil Huruy

Toronto Muslim Nabil Huruy was ahead of his time. His ideas, deemed radical by many, were put into practice not long before they became mainstream. Yes, he’s a hipster Muslim – he attempted a lone-wolf jihad beheading before they were cool.

Huruy had several encounters with law enforcement in the weeks leading up to the incident, one of which landed him in a hospital for a mental health check. He later went on to deny he was crazy.

One night, Huruy walked into a cafe where some guys were casually playing cards. He joined their game, then decided he wasn’t playing around. He repeatedly slashed and stabbed one of the men, a firefighter, in the head and neck. He was arrested and ordered to undergo another mental health evaluation.

“[At the institution] I thought I got to do my job and guard my own, to prove I’m not mentally ill, and that I was going through something that I let build and bottled up,” he said. Not mentally ill, just “going through something?” What? Islamic radicalization? In court, Huruy wore traditional Islamic garb. He plead guilty.

3 comments on “Your Daily Muslim #699: Nabil Huruy

  1. They can ‘go through something’ on a bus, a plane, in a cafe, at a shopping mall – muslims ‘going through something’ are a hazard of modern life in the enriched West.

  2. reblogged this http://ninjapundit.blogspot.com/2013/09/stabbing-kills-firefighter-in-toronto.html
    He has since decided to plead not guilty due to insanity and the case remains thoroughly whitewashed as neither authorities nor media suspect this was a ISIS inspired attack.

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