Ohio State University jihadi: “By Allah, I am willing to kill a billion infidels”

It has been proven that the assailant at the Ohio State University attack was a Muslim Somali refugee. Former publications show that the terrorist was upset there were not prayer rooms on campus for Muslims. He was given permanent residency in the United State, reported law enforcement officers.


The mans name was Abdul Razak Ali Artan and he drove his car into a crowd of people before stabbing several. He was eventually shot and killed while charging police with a machete. Artan was an eighteen year old student enrolled at the university. As well, he was a transfer student from Columbus State Community College.


Prior to his vicious attack on the incident civilians he hurt NBC News reports that he left a ominous Facebook message open saying that the assaults on Muslims throughout the whole world is what led him to hit his boiling point.

“I can’t take it anymore. By Allah, I am willing to kill a billion infidels in retribution for a single DISABLED Muslim/Musliman.”

Artan had left Somalia back in 2007. He was born in 1998. Eventually he went to Pakistan before entering the United States in 2014 originally arriving at New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport.

He was encouraging people to screenshot his social media post before he thought that the site would take it down. Now his account is offline and nobody can see it. Clearly this man had a history of nefarious and dangerous behavior. Yet nobody did anything to warn anybody, including law enforcement, of his potential danger to society.

This is a tragedy not just because of what happened but because it could have been avoided. It is a direct result of the Obama administrations open border policy and liberal refugee program that does little to vet the refugees coming here.

Now the American people are paying the ultimate price for the administrations progressive agenda. Clearly America’s safety comes second to our President.

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