UK Muslim Asks Strangers After Paris Terrorist Attacks To Hug Him If They Trust Him And Then TWO WEEKS Later Threatens To Commit Terrorism

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Following the Muslim Terrorist attacks in Paris, British Muslim convert Craig Wallace traveled to Paris offering “free hugs” to people to help sent “a message of peace.”

Dressed in a blindfold and standing only a short distance from where the attacks happened, he brought a sign in French which read “I am a Muslim, but I’m told that I’m a terrorist. I trust you. Do you trust me? If yes, hug me.” (from the UK Daily Mail):

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The original sign in French

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Women crying over Mr. Wallace’s gesture

His actions attracted the attention of the world media. People flocked to give him tearful hugs, believing that he was genuine in his intentions. It was the practice of kitman in its finest.

Two weeks after the Paris attacks, Mr. Wallace has been arrested, charged, and convicted of threatening to bomb British Parliament member Charlotte Leslie’s home for her support of continued British military action in Syria. From the UK Daily Mail:

Wallace, who calls himself Muhammad Mujahid Islam online, wrote on Facebook: ‘I’m going to smash her windows then drop a bomb on her house while she’s tucked up in bed. You dirty f****** pig-s******* s***.’

On December 3, the day after MPs voted to authorise the air strikes, he wrote: ‘I’m going to find her and show her what it’s like to murder innocents. You dirty pig-f****** w****.’

He also described shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn as a ‘war criminal’ and a ‘terrorist’ the day after the Commons vote to bomb Syria.

Mr. Wallace also posted online some pictures of UK Prime Minister David Cameron where he showed his feelings towards the man. They speak for themselves:

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He will be sentenced this December 30th.

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