Lessons from the Ohio State University Jihad

What did Americans learn from the recent Ohio State University “Soft Target” Jihad attack? “Religion based knife attacks”, now practiced in the U.S., have been ongoing against Jewish citizens in Israel while it’s latest under reported Jihad has shifted to arson because Palestinians would sooner burn down the land than coexist with the Jewish state.

ISIS Calls Ohio State University Attacker a ‘Soldier’ but Ohio State students seem relatively innocuous when interviewed about the carnage perhaps because Jeffrey Dahmer supposedly haunts Ohio State’s Morrill Tower.  Another misunderstood miscreant shouldn’t affect good old fashioned American multiculturalism all that much on this campus.

What is most terrifying is that this story had to go to the Canadians to dig into it and reveal some interesting trends that have been going on in plain sight of OSU.

The U.S. media made it seem like another day in the park. These students are hypnotically oblivious.

10 Things We Should Learn From the Ohio State Attack

Muslim Brotherhood affiliated Islamist groups like CAIR, who could not step away from the abacus of Muslim grievances for just one day, continued tallying letters (real or scripted) rather than looking beyond themselves to see that Muslim American communities have a much bigger problem: radicalization. This is an depth must read from a Muslim writer in California. 

Suspect Is Killed in Attack at Ohio State University That Injured 11 NY Times

Last summer the student newspaper, The Lantern, published an interview with Mr. Artan in which he complained about being afraid to pray in public as a Muslim, because of people’s negative perceptions of the religion.

“I was kind of scared with everything going on in the media. I’m a Muslim, it’s not what media portrays me to be,” he told the newspaper. “If people look at me, a Muslim praying, I don’t know what they’re going to think, what’s going to happen. But I don’t blame them. It’s the media that put that picture in their heads.”

Ohio State Victim Says Attacker Vowed to Kill Her

She looked around to see what was happening and saw a stranger coming straight at her with a butcher knife. They locked eyes and then he said something she will never forget.

“I’m going to kill you.”

Names of 13 Ohio State attack victims released


Watch all of Faith Goldy’s reports from Ohio after the ISIS attack