„Workplace violence“

In the German magazine „Der Spiegel“, Sayed Farook is noted as having had an „argument“ with a workplace colleague, who was known as a „vehement supporter of Israel“. Sayed’s namesake father said later in an interview that his „son was obsessed with Israel“.
He had tried to sooth his son’s violent hatred by telling him that „nobody wants the Jews…In two years, Israel will no longer exist.“

Guess which one cold-bloodedly murdered the other along with a dozen other people within the victim’s vicinity.

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6 Antworten zu „Workplace violence“

  1. Clas Lehmann schreibt:

    Argument?! What do they mean by argument?

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  2. William Wires schreibt:

    „‚Be patient,'“ he tried to tell his son. „In two years, Israel won’t exist anymore. Geopolitics is changing in Russia, China and America too.“
    „Nobody wants the Jews. What use is it to fight? We have tried it and we lost. Israel does not fight with weapons, but rather with politics.'“
    This was apparently still not enough to dissuade his son from violence.“
    http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/ISIS-Threat/My-son-was-obsessed-with-Israel-says-father-of-San-Bernadino-shooter-436454

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