Why, Even The Kouachi Brothers’ Influence, Farid Benyettou, Condemns Their Attacks

He was their Emir, Farid Benyettou, at the Buttes-Chaumont “filiere”(not to be confused with le Reseau Gallia, during the War), their Directeur de Conscience, the wild-eyed preacher at the Adda’wa mosque. After being condemned, and let out of jail, he’s a nurse-intern (!0 at Salpetriere). I wouldn’t like to be treated by him, and I find it incredible he’s been allowed to study for such a position.

And now Farid Benyettou, like so many other Muslims, wants you — the apparently limitlessly-gullible Infidels (else why would Mahmoud Abbas have been allowed to march in the front row of la Grande Manif in Paris yesterday, or to be there at all?), wants all Infidels, and above all wants the French authorities to know that he, M. Benyettou, of course “condemns” what those crazy Kouachi brothers did, is shocked and horrrified and can’t for the life of him understand how such things happen. What else do you need to know? What else do you want him to say? Whatever it is, this nurse-intern (who looks remarkably like the younger brorther of Mark LeVine) will be glad to say it.


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