The New York Post reported that the “ISIS teen who killed the priest in Normandy passed background check for airport job.” “[T]he bloodthirsty jihadist who executed a Catholic priest in France ‘easily’ passed a background check to become an airport baggage handler[.]”
The murderer “worked full time at Chambéry Airport in the Savoie region, which is used by more than 250,000 passengers a year, until just three months ago[.]”
He was put on a terror watch list on June 29, authorities said.
This man was allowed to go home to mommy with an ankle bracelet after he was suspected of being a terrorist.
Muslim community leaders in the French town where the priest, Fr. Jacques Hamel, 86, was murdered have refused to bury one of the two men who killed him. Adel Kermiche, who was 19.
The local Muslim cultural association in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray has told the media that they do not wish to “taint” Islam by associating with Kermiche, who was killed by French police after he took hostages at the town’s 17th-century stone church, alongside Abdel-Malik Petitjean, also 19, on 26 July.
Mohammed Karabila, the president of the Muslim association, who is also an imam at one of the northern French town’s mosques, told Le Parisien: “We’re not going to taint Islam with this person. We won’t participate in preparing the body or the burial.”
Good for them!
The mayor’s office will make a final decision on whether Kermiche is allowed to be buried in the town.