“Lone Wolf” Terrorist Attack in Ohio More Proof that Obama’s Immigration Policy is Dangerous

 

A Muslim terrorist attacked a handful of innocent Americans spending time in an Israeli-owned restaurant in Ohio.

The violent attacker, Mohammad Barry, walked into the deli in the early evening and asked for some information on who the owner was and where he was from. After finding out that the owner was of Israeli background, the man left, but returned half an hour later with a machete…

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At this point things got very ugly.

Barry attacked the folks inside with the machete; four of them were rushed to the hospital and treated for their injuries.

The man left after he determined that Baransi (the Israeli owner) wasn’t at the restaurant, only to return around 30 minutes later with a machete and start hacking people.

“He came to each table and just started hitting them,” Karen Bass, who was in the restaurant at the time, told WBNS. “There were tables and chairs overturned, there was a man on the floor bleeding, there was blood on the floor.”

Barry fled the scene, but police gave chase, catching up to the crazed Muslim about five miles from the restaurant. Barry refused to give himself up peacefully, and instead lunged at the police with his weapons while shouting “Allah Akbar” – forcing police to shoot him dead.

Now the police are describing the attack as “random,” but the owner of the restaurant, Hany Baransi, says that’s an incorrect assessment.

Mohammad Barry“Is it a random attack? Yes, but it wasn’t a random attack like you’re walking in the street and there are 10 shops and you pick one. It was a random attack [insofar] that I was one of the Israelis [picked] between all of the Israelis that are around here. It was a terrorist attack.

I am a very outspoken Israeli, and I have an Israeli flag in my restaurant. When people [from the Arab community] ask me where I am from, I tell them I am Israeli, I am an Israeli Christian Arab, it’s not like I am Palestinian, and then they start arguing and fighting with me.”

When reporters asked if Baransi would be taking down his Israeli flag and attempting to hide his roots, he grew combative.

“Actually I have another flag, and I am going to get a bigger flag, and I am going to get a Star of David necklace and put it on my chest, and I am going to get a tattoo. Honest to God, I am not kidding. They don’t scare me. We are Israelis. We are Israelis. We are resilient, we fight back.

We are used to these bastards. We are used to these kinds of attacks, that they hate us just for what we are. They don’t know us, they don’t know anything about us, and they do that. You know, I don’t care if I was an Arab or not, because I am an Israeli, and if you don’t like Israelis you don’t like me.”

To make matters worse (as if that were possible), apparently this was another Muslim immigrant who slipped through the cracks, even after being investigated by the FBI. Four years ago the FBI looked into Barry after he expressed some radical views that they worried could make him a threat to those around him and to our nation.

This is yet another terrifying example of the danger that President Obama and the Democrat Party are placing the United States in by moving forward with their horrible immigration policy.

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