ISLAMIC JEW HATRED CONTINUES: Bloodthirsty Muslim Stabs Jew to Death Shouting “Allahu Akbar”

From Pamela Geller

This is exactly like  the attempted mass murder at that Ohio restaurant a couple of weeks ago only this happened in Uruguay. Which proves yet again, that this has nothing to do with geography, nationality, race or sock color. It’s Islamic Jew hatred – it’s in the Quran.

Photo: David Fremd, center, was stabbed to death in a suspected anti-Semitic attack in Paysandu, Uruguay, on March 8, 2016. (Facebook)

Uruguayan Jew stabbed to death in suspected anti-Semitic attackLocal businessman David Fremd, 54, attacked by knife-wielding man who reportedly shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’BY ILAN BEN ZION March 9, 2016:

BUENOS AIRES — A Jewish man died Tuesday after being stabbed repeatedly in a suspected anti-Semitic attack in Uruguay.

David Fremd, a 54-year-old local businessman, was attacked in the western Uruguayan city of Paysandu, on the border with neighboring Argentina.

One of his three sons was also injured in the attack, but his wounds are reportedly not life-threatening.

Fremd was a local representative of the Uruguayan Jewish umbrella group. His family suspects that the attack was religiously motivated, according to a report by local news outlet Subraydo.

His suspected assailant, a 35-year-old man with a criminal record, reportedly shouted “Allahu Akbar” before stabbing him, the local El Pais newspaper said.

Sergio Gorzy, the president of Uruguay’s Jewish umbrella organization, told Subraydo that Fremd was stabbed 15 times and that the attacker mentioned at one point in the interrogation that his act was targeting the Jewish community.

Uruguay is home to an estimated 20,000 Jews, the vast majority of whom live in the capital, Montevideo.

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