When a nation abandons its women and children, as Germany did on New Year's Eve and the UK did when it ignored the thousands of Muslim child sex gangs raping and trafficking in young, non-Muslim British girls, the country is finished.

Young girls are the future of any nation. They quite literally give birth to the future citizens, heroes, innovators, inventors, soldiers, doctors, musicians, etc. Young girls are the luminescent hope of a nation — their naivete, joy, excitement, love of life, beauty are a nation's best hope. We bask in the light of their smiles and sound of their laughter. Warriors may defend a nation, but it's the women who give birth to them.

The Islamic State Muslim operative who carried out an attack on a police station in Paris on Charlie Hebdo anniversary was previously arrested in Cologne for sexual assault in 2014. Why was this savage allowed to roam free after his heinous sex crimes?

Europe has turned its back on its girls, its women. And for this they will pay in spades.

Notice how seamlessly the jihadi moved about France, Germany, Syria—as if borders did not exist. And they do not—not to devout Muslims. There is only Islam and the goal of a world living under Islam and sharia.

"We don't know who the man really is," said Uwe Jacob, director of the local state criminal office probing his background and movements in Europe. Which is why Obama must be stopped from importing these invaders. We don't and can't know who they are.

Syrian ISIS supporter shot dead outside Paris police station had been arrested for sexually assaulting women in Cologne – and may have taken part in New Year's Eve attacks.

ISIS supporter carried out attack in Paris on Charlie Hebdo anniversary.
Walid Salihi previously arrested in Cologne for sexual assault in 2014.
German police confirmed he was living at a refugee centre near Cologne.
His friend was arrested over NYE attack. Now fears he was also involved.
His true identity has yet to be confirmed as he used several aliases.

By Allan Hall In Berlin and Sara Malm for MailOnline, 11 January 2016

The Syrian man shot dead by French police last week may have taken part in the sexual assaults in Cologne on New Year's Eve.

ISIS supporter Walid Salihi, believed to be in his late teens or early 20s, was arrested in 2014 in Cologne for sexually abusing women in a night club.

Salihi is said to have 'rubbed the behinds of females' and touched their 'intimate parts,' according to a German police report.

A friend of Salihi was arrested after the Cologne mass attacks, where hundreds of women were sexually assaulted, leading to suspicion that he may have been part of the mob on New Year's Eve before travelling to France, Bild newspaper reports.

Salihi was shot dead when he tried to enter the police station in Barbes, northern Paris, shouting 'Allahu Akbar' and threatening officers with a knife on the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attacks.

He was later found to have carried a fake bomb vest and a piece of paper where he pledged allegiance to ISIS.

German authorities have confirmed the Salihi lived in a centre for asylum seekers in Recklinghausen, some 60 miles north of Cologne, where police found he used seven aliases.

'We don't know who the man really is,' said Uwe Jacob, director of the local state criminal office probing his background and movements in Europe.

Officially he is registered as Walid Salihi, 18, who was seeking asylum seeker in Germany. In France he said he was 20, Moroccan and called Tarek Belgacem. He also pretended in turn to be a Georgian and a Tunisian.

Police initially identified him as Sallah Ali, born in 1995 in Casablanca, Morocco, a homeless man who was arrested for theft in the Var region of southern France in 2013.

He had been apprehended by police three times during his short time in Germany. He sat in police cells for drug possession, causing bodily harm, threats, thefts and unlawful weapons possession.

A former friend of Salihi was arrested after the Cologne mass attacks on New Year's Eve, where hundreds of women were sexually assaulted, leading to suspicion that he may have been part of the mob.

German authorities have confirmed the Salihi lived in a centre for asylum seekers in Recklinghausen, some 60 miles north of Cologne, where police found he used seven aliases.

Salihi was shot dead when he tried to enter the police station in Paris on the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attack and was found wearing a fake bomb vest and a piece of paper where he pledged allegiance to ISIS

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