This is Islam. Jihad porn. It's what they do. The scooter-driving Muslim filmed all his murders with a mini-camera, and can be heard shouting "Alluha [sic] Akbar" and "You killed my brothers, I kill you" in two of the shootings.
UPDATE: Caroline Glick here: The killer, Mohamed Merah, was not a lone gunman. He wasn't even one of the lone jihadists we hear so much about.
Why did Merah videotape his crime?Why did take the trouble of strapping a video camera to his neck and filming himself chasing eight-year-old Miriam Monsonego through the school courtyard and shooting her three times in the head? Why did he document his execution of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler and his two little boys, three-year-old Gavriel and six-year-old Aryeh?The first answer is because Merah took pride in killing Jewish children. Beyond that, he was certain that millions of people would be heartened by his crime. By watching him shoot the life out of Jewish children, they would be inspired to repeat his actions elsewhere.And he was surely correct.Millions of people have watched the 2002 video of Daniel Pearl being decapitated. Similar decapitation videos of Western hostages in Iraq and elsewhere have also become runaway Internet sensations.Led by Youssef Fofana, the Muslim gang in France that kidnapped and tortured Ilan Halimi to death in 2006 also took pictures of their handiwork. Their photographs were clearly imitations of the photos that Pearl's killers took of him before they chopped his head off.The pride that jihadist murderers take in their crimes is not merely manifested in their camera work.(go, read the rest)France terror fiend posted girl’s execution NY Post
The Muslim fanatic who killed seven people in France was so proud of his unspeakably evil work that he uploaded sickening video to the Internet showing him executing a helpless, terrified 8-year-old girl, officials said.
Mohammed Merah is seen yanking Myriam Monsenego by her hair — then firing a bullet into her head while he holds her.
Officials believe Merah strapped on a camera before each murder and posted the videos on jihadi Web sites, where he believed they would inspire other al Qaeda wannabes.
Myriam was slain outside a Jewish school in Toulouse, where Merah also killed a rabbi and the rabbi’s two young sons. Merah’s earlier victims were French paratroopers.
Before shooting one soldier, Merah proclaimed, “You kill my brothers; I kill you!” — a reference to France’s military presence in Afghanistan. Four days later, when he shot two more soldiers, Merah shouted, “Allahu akbar.”
He was killed yesterday after a 32-hour standoff at an apartment building where he was holed up. “Merah suddenly burst out of the bathroom where he was hiding, armed and firing at police at an extremely fast rate, so fast that it was like automatic-weapon fire,” said French prosecutor Francois Molins. “He was attacking at police. He continued to move forward, armed and firing, jumping from the balcony until he was mortally hit by return fire.”
Meanwhile, new details emerged about Merah’s 2010 capture in Afghanistan — and the failure of both French and American officials to detain him. Merah was grabbed by Afghan security forces in Kandahar and turned over to the US Army. The United States “put him on the first plane to France,’’ Molins said.
Pentagon spokesman Lt Col. Todd Breasseale said: “The Kandahari police picked him up a matter of years ago. They detained him. The mechanics by which he was returned to France, we are continuing to investigate.”
Someone, though, was smart enough to report the 23-year-old Algerian-born French citizen to the Department of Homeland Security, which added his name to the “no fly’’ list.
Upon his return to France, he was interviewed by intelligence officials, who released him. Merah stockpiled weapons and tried to enlist other Muslims by showing snuff videos of jihadis’ murderous work.
All the while, Merah, a petty criminal on welfare, was ostensibly under surveillance by French intelligence.
“It is impossible to arrest someone just because he has Salafist views,” said French Interior Minister Claude Gueant, referring to Merah’s jihadist sympathies. “Holding a particular point of view is not a crime.”
When the devout Muslim, Merah, mowed down Jewish children at a Jewish Day School in Toulouse, France, law enforcement and the media immediately blamed nazis. They ran photos of neo-nazis that they said they believed had committed this unspeakable crime.
Why? According to emerging reports, they knew that the murderer used the same weapon used in the slaughter of French soldiers the previous week.
Merah’s earlier victims were French paratroopers.
Before shooting one soldier, Merah proclaimed, “You kill my brothers; I kill you!” — a reference to France’s military presence in Afghanistan.
Four days later, when he shot two more soldiers, Merah shouted, “Allahu akbar.”
Merah was shouting their sacred cry that they chant whenever they slaughter for Allah, "allahu akbar." So they knew. And yet they blamed nazis.