France: Muslim Man Hears Voices, Stabs Teenage Girl For Allah As “Ramadan Sacrifice”
Islam and Christianity both have a spirit that speaks to and guides their followers. This latest incident in France comes just one day after a Muslim man screaming “Allah is greater!” stabbed a Paris policeman and his wife to death in a separate incident. Sadly, we are again forced to witness the stark contrast between the spirit of Islam and the spirit of Christianity where the “sacrifice of praise” requires harmful wounds and ruination for one spirit, and heartfelt words of recognition for the Other …
Qur’an 9:111, “… They fight in the cause of Allah, so they kill and are killed …”
Hebrews 13:15, “Therefore by Him let us continually offer the sacrifice of praise to God, that is, the fruit of our lips, giving thanks to His name.”
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By Tom Parfitt, Daily Express – “A MUSLIM man has stabbed a teenage girl three times as a ‘sacrifice’ during the holy month of Ramadan, according to reports.
Lawyers claim the the 19-year-old was knifed twice in the wrist and once in the abdomen during the Islamic month of fasting.
The man, 32, is said to have told police he had heard voices ordering him to ‘make a sacrifice’ to coincide with Ramadan.
He has been sent to a psychiatric hospital and the girl’s wounds are not life-threatening, according to a lawyer in Rennes, France.
The attack is believed to have taken place outside the city’s Lycee Chateaubriand, where the girl studied, at 4pm local time.
The man, who has not been identified, reportedly told officers he was Muslim before handing the blade to them.
Prosecutor Nicolas Jacquet said: ‘Voices told him that he had to make a sacrifice on the occasion of Ramadan.'” Read more.