Oklahoma Beheading is the First of More to Come in the US

ISIS and affilated groups loyal to the following of the Koran’s directives have now produced the first beheading in the United States today, providing fear among American citizens that more will follow, as the unsecured borders have allowed over 40,000 unidentifieds into American communities this year including those from jihadist countries abroad.

Islamic beheadings are making their way to the West. Recently an elderly woman in Britain was savagely decapitated by a Muslim inspired by the ISIS beheadings of James Foley and Steven Sotloff, and now a woman in Oklahoma has been beheaded by a Muslim coworker.

Alton Alexander Nolen, 30, had been trying to convert people at work to Islam, an indication of his strong faith in the “religion.” After losing his job at Vaughn Foods, he went berserk and showed up with a knife, beheading one woman and stabbing another. An off-duty Oklahoma County reserve deputy who is employed by the business shot Nolen, who is now in stable condition, along with his second stabbing victim.

Though officials stated there were no obvious links to terrorism, just as they did in the case of the elderly victim in the UK, isn’t the act of beheading an innocent victim “terror”? And how interesting that the perpetrators in both beheading cases are Muslim.

The victim who was beheaded was Colleen Hufford, 54, of Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma beheading: Attacker had just been fired from food company, police said, NewsOK

Beheading suspect was recently fired, Oklahoma police say, CNN (H/t BCF)

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