Although this case has a Mohammed Coefficient of 0%, all four of the debased “Swedish” perpetrators are of Tunisian origin, and presumably Muslims.
I’d describe their behavior as bestial, but that would be a disservice to the beast they so wantonly tortured and slaughtered.
Does sharia have anything to say against cats? Is there a ruling in Islamic law naming cats as haram? Or is this simply a case of random cruelty by sadistic savages?
Many thanks to our Spanish correspondent Hermes for the translation from (WARNING: do not click this link if you are sensitive to images depicting brutality) Alerta Digital:
The Swedish police are investigating a case of animal torture after a photo showing four men holding the severed head of a cat appeared on the net, one of them showing the head of the animal, while another showed them holding a knife and the body of the cat.
New photos were released after this one appeared on the net. The new ones show how the men tear off the cat’s fur (from the body) with a large knife while proudly posing with the head of the cat.
The police from Östergöttland were investigating the case, but at the end it was passed on to the police of Nyköping. According to a report from police, the man holding the head of the cat was identified as a citizen of Vagnhärad in Sweden. The only one who has been identified so far was the main suspect for carrying out an act of animal cruelty, thanks to the photo which was made public.
Following this identification, the internet portal Exponerat was able to reveal the identity of all four men involved, thanks to their Facebook profiles.
According to this internet portal, the man holding the severed head of the cat is Hamza Tchaki, a Tunisian. Next to him holding the knife is Youssef Ben Ali, while the man standing on the left and wearing a baseball cap is Kuorbam Uomama. The man standing behind is Firas Mani. All of them are of Tunisian origin.
This case of the cat torturers has become a hot issue on Twitter and Facebook.
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