If there is one thing that would remind in mind from the massacre in Toulouse, France is that an able bodied man of 26 years had, at a certain moment, put all his energy and power, focus and ability, on one point – he was chasing a little 7 year old girl. When he caught her, this 26 year old man executed that 7 year old girl by grabbing her by the hair and putting a bullet to her head. He also killed an unarmed and unprepared (for battle) man and his two little children.
After that he went to play some soccer in his neighborhood as if he had just finished reading a book.
But before that he brought death to other families and in no less cowardly manner, he shot and killed three French soldiers. And all his victims were also victims of speculation and suspicion. In many places when something happens many ask how can you be sure that it was this or that person that done the crime, how can you be sure that the Iranians are developing nuclear weapons with intent to kill others? how can you be sure that Saddan Hussain was a constant danger to the people who lived in his country?
The killer from Toulouse had no such doubts, French soldiers had to be killed for participating in a war on Muslim soil, no matter if they were right or wrong, honorable and peace loving while doing so – the holy book, as dictated by an angle of god to a prophet, clearly states that the punishment for waging war on Muslims is death. Little children near a Jewish school means that they are Jewish and by the holy book should be killed – at any age, at any time, in any way possible.
Even with the tremendous agony that any normal person should feel about the delineate destruction of lives, especially of young children that had not had the chance of doing any wrong to anyone, it is the French soldiers death that sends the real message here; even if your heritage is Islamic, once you conform with the infidels you will be persecuted by (some) other Muslims.
The Palestinian prime minister go on to say that he does not like the fact that those killings were done in the name of the Palestinian cause, however he forgets to note that the Palestinian cause if repeatedly voiced in Islamic prayer houses, every Friday. And when we say that they talk of Palestinian causes we actually mean that the narrative is that Jews are slaughtering Muslim children, contrary to facts and the truth but holding a very firm ground for many years now the whole regional dispute in Israel is characterized by religious Muslims as a Jewish army/state massacring Muslim children – so why be surprised?