Thursday, December 3, 2015

San Bernardino gunman Syed Farook was pushed over the edge by a Jewish co-worker who claimed Islam is not a "Religion of Peace?"

Oh, the bloody irony.
The radicalized San Bernardino gunman clashed with a Jewish co-worker over religion just two weeks before he and his Pakistani wife stormed an office holiday party where they massacred 14 people.
Syed Farook, 28, got into a heated argument with colleague Nicholas Thalasinos, a Messianic Jew who was identified today as one of the victims of Wednesday’s rampage.[snip]
Kuuleme Stephens said she had happened to call Thalasinos while he was at work and having a discussion with Farook.
Thalasinos identified Farook by name and told her the 28-year-old believed Islam was a peaceful religion. She added that Farook said that Americans do not understand Islam.
Stephens said both men worked as county restaurant inspectors and regularly discussed politics and religion.
Thalasinos was passionate about pro-Israel causes and was known to rant about Islam on Facebook.
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1 comment:

Armand Vaquer said...

I think Farook proved the Jewish worker's point.