Random acts of terrorism in Copenhagen

Those random shootings in Europe and America by violent people against those who randomly mock Mohammed (who Muslims specifically think is a prophet) or those who randomly happen to be randomly near a Jewish institution by people who - randomly - are probably Muslim just keep on occurring.  Randomly of course.  

The latest incidents of these random acts of violence that killed and injured bunches of people took place in Copenhagen, Denmark.

A 55-year-old man was killed Saturday when a gunman sprayed bullets at Copenhagen’s Krudttoenden cultural centre as it hosted a seminar in which Lars Vilks - the Swedish artist whose controversial Prophet (sic) Mohammed cartoon sparked worldwide protests (among Muslims [ECF]) in 2007 - was among the speakers.

Hours later, a man was shot in the head and killed early Sunday near Copenhagen’s main synagogue in the city centre. (snip)

Saturday’s attack on an art cafe holding a free speech event has eerie parallels to a foiled 2010 plot to attack Jyllands-Posten, the Danish publication that was first in the world to publish images of the prophet Muhammad in 2005, to widespread revulsion among Muslims.

In December 2010, four heavily armed men were arrested while planning to attack the offices of the Jyllands-Posten in Copenhagen’s City Hall Square.

A terrorism research, Magnus Ranstrop, offered this thought at the time of the Charlie Hedbo massacre: “This attack could just as easily have happened in Denmark.”

In Copenhagen, where Muslims have not so randomly been immigrating, the Danish Islamic Council issued the following statement (translated into English)

The Danish Islamic Council condemns in the strongest terms the attack on the culture centre Krudttønden in the east of Copenhagen Saturday, February 14, 2015, which led to the killing of a 40-year-old man and wounded three policemen and expresses its deepest sympathy for the family of the deceased and the injured policemen. Everything indicates that terrorism’s hands have struck in the Danish capital Copenhagen and targeted itself at a cultural event on freedom of expression, whose weapons were just opinions, which all heavenly religions and secular laws reject. The Danish Islamic Council invites all in Danish society to unite in the fight against extremism and terrorism. The Danish Islamic Council also expresses its wish for the offender to be quickly caught and held accountable for his actions.

Are these Copenhagen events random act of terrorism or...dare I say it?...Islamic terrorism?

 

Those random shootings in Europe and America by violent people against those who randomly mock Mohammed (who Muslims specifically think is a prophet) or those who randomly happen to be randomly near a Jewish institution by people who - randomly - are probably Muslim just keep on occurring.  Randomly of course.  

The latest incidents of these random acts of violence that killed and injured bunches of people took place in Copenhagen, Denmark.

A 55-year-old man was killed Saturday when a gunman sprayed bullets at Copenhagen’s Krudttoenden cultural centre as it hosted a seminar in which Lars Vilks - the Swedish artist whose controversial Prophet (sic) Mohammed cartoon sparked worldwide protests (among Muslims [ECF]) in 2007 - was among the speakers.

Hours later, a man was shot in the head and killed early Sunday near Copenhagen’s main synagogue in the city centre. (snip)

Saturday’s attack on an art cafe holding a free speech event has eerie parallels to a foiled 2010 plot to attack Jyllands-Posten, the Danish publication that was first in the world to publish images of the prophet Muhammad in 2005, to widespread revulsion among Muslims.

In December 2010, four heavily armed men were arrested while planning to attack the offices of the Jyllands-Posten in Copenhagen’s City Hall Square.

A terrorism research, Magnus Ranstrop, offered this thought at the time of the Charlie Hedbo massacre: “This attack could just as easily have happened in Denmark.”

In Copenhagen, where Muslims have not so randomly been immigrating, the Danish Islamic Council issued the following statement (translated into English)

The Danish Islamic Council condemns in the strongest terms the attack on the culture centre Krudttønden in the east of Copenhagen Saturday, February 14, 2015, which led to the killing of a 40-year-old man and wounded three policemen and expresses its deepest sympathy for the family of the deceased and the injured policemen. Everything indicates that terrorism’s hands have struck in the Danish capital Copenhagen and targeted itself at a cultural event on freedom of expression, whose weapons were just opinions, which all heavenly religions and secular laws reject. The Danish Islamic Council invites all in Danish society to unite in the fight against extremism and terrorism. The Danish Islamic Council also expresses its wish for the offender to be quickly caught and held accountable for his actions.

Are these Copenhagen events random act of terrorism or...dare I say it?...Islamic terrorism?