One more Muslim male rejected by a woman who has to kill her to save face.
Australia has a significant problem with Muslim terrorism. According to the 2011 census, 476,291 people, or 2.2% of the total Australian population, were Muslims. This made Islam the fourth largest religious grouping, after all forms of Christianity (61.1%), irreligion (22.9%), and Buddhism (2.5%). If Muslims are already targeting police, politicians and civilians with constant random attacks at a 2.2% population, imagine how it will be when their population swells to 10%.
Terror at Queensland hostel: Knife-wielding French tourist screaming ‘Allahu Akbar!’ kills female British backpacker, 21, and leaves man critically injured in rampage
- Woman is dead and a man is fighting for his life after they were stabbed
- The British nationals were allegedly attacked by a French national, 29
- Police were called to Shelley’s Backpackers about 11.15pm on Tuesday
- French man shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ during the frenzied stabbing attack
By Louise Cheer and Daniel Piotrowski for Daily Mail Australi
Published: 02:42, 24 August 2016 |
A French man screaming ‘Allahu Akbar’ went on a stabbing rampage at a backpackers hostel in north Queensland, killing a 21-year-old British woman and leaving a British man, 31, fighting for his life in hospital.
A third man, an Australian, received non-life threatening wounds and was released from hospital soon after the attack on Tuesday night, police said.
The British woman has been identified as Mia Ayliffe Chung who was remembered by friends as an ‘infectiously happy young girl’.
Photographs on her Facebook page show she had been travelling around Australia, and had previously studied childcare at Buxton College and psychology at Chesterfield College in the UK.
The 21-year-old, who is originally from Wirksworth in the UK, studied psychology at Chesterfield College Official and went to high school at The Ecclesbourne School.
The attacker, 29, also stabbed a dog to death during the frenzy that was witnessed by a roomful of more than 30 people at Shelley’s Backpackers on Ninth Street in Home Hill, about 1,300km north of the Queensland capital of Brisbane.
A woman, who said she was friends with the British victim, said he was wounded when he went to the aid of the dead woman as she was being attacked.
Queensland state Deputy Police Commissioner Steve Golleschewski told a news conference on Wednesday the attacker twice screamed the Islamic praise for God during the frenzy.
The British woman, 21, who was killed the stabbing attack has been named as Mia Ayliffe-Chung.