Berlin truck jihad kills at least 12

How Muslims say 'Merry Christmas'

How Muslims say ‘Merry Christmas’

UPDATE: Die Welt reports that the driver was a Pakistani refugee who arrived in Germany in February 2016. What a surprise…

This will be the new normal for Merkel’s Islamicised, post-Christian Europe.

Muslims hate Christians almost as much as they hate Jews, and they similarly hate Christian festivals.

For that reason, they target peaceful Christmas markets, where vulnerable families and children are easy targets for their barbaric ‘religious’ duty of jihad.

But the Berlin police are probably still ‘searching for a motive’.

Police say at 12 people have been killed and 48 others injured after a truck ran through a Berlin Christmas market.

Yeah, it was the truck that did it – all by itself – thanks, ABC.

Police spokesperson says they have arrested a suspect, but cannot confirm if it is the driver of the truck. A second person inside the truck died at the scene.

The truck had Polish licence plates and has been traced to construction site in Poland. Police suspect vehicle was stolen. (source)

We will probably find out this was the work of one of Mutti Merkel’s migrants, who wanted to express his gratitude to Germany in that special way only Muslims can.


  1. Jesus was big on taking care of others, he would have taught that it was right to take in refugees, give them somewhere to live, something to eat, something to wear – take care of the basics. Ancient Christians understood their duty so well, they impressed their Roman overlords by taking care of even the Roman widows and not only their own Christian/believing widows. May we strive to follow their example and continue to take care of the least of these.


    • These are not genuine refugees, it is part of a coordinated migration to Islamicise Europe. ISIS have said as much in their publications.


      • I’m still pretty sure Jesus would have said to be kind to them anyway, help them anyway, give to them anyway. He said: “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” Think of it the other way around: God’s using this to bring a population of people from the 10/40 windows that we could have never really reached to our very doors where Christianity has a lot of influence; we might end up finding that God is sending us future brothers and sisters in the faith if only we’d open up our hearts to their plight.


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