Qur'an 47:4: "When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks…"
Former co-workers said he tried to convert them to Islam after recently converting himself. The New York Daily News does not mention that salient fact in its coverage here, but they will run vicious attacks on our jihad-awareness ads.
Oklahoma Department of Corrections records show the suspect, whom The Associated Press is not naming because he has not been charged, has multiple religious tattoos, including one in Arabic that means "peace be with you."
Sgt. Lewis confirms that Colleen Hufford was stabbed several times and that Nolen "severed her head."
At that point, Lewis claims Nolen met 43-year-old Traci Johnson and began attacking her with the same knife.
Officials say at that point, Mark Vaughn, an Oklahoma County reserve deputy and a former CEO of the business, shot him as he was actively stabbing Johnson.
Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.
The 30-year-old suspect, who also stabbed another woman, recently started trying to convert colleagues to Islam, say police. Sky News US Team, September 26, 2014
A man has beheaded a woman at a food-processing plant in Oklahoma, police have confirmed.
The knife attack happened at a food-processing plant in Moore on Thursday afternoon.
The police said the suspect also stabbed another woman in the incident at Vaughan Foods, after he was fired.
The attacker, identified as Alton Nolen, was shot by police and taken to hospital.
Moore Police spokesman Jeremy Lewis said the 30-year-old suspect "recently started trying to convert some of his co-workers to the Muslim faith." The FBI are involved.
The officer who shot Nolen was an off-duty reserve deputy who was chief operating officer at the business.
The first victim was identified as 54-year-old Colleen Hufford.
Mr. Lewis told a press conference: "He did kill Colleen, and he did sever her head."
Nolen and the second victim, Traci Johnson, were both in a stable condition, said police.
Mr. Lewis said the employee who shot Nolen was a "hero."
"This guy (Nolen) was definitely not going to stop," he added.
There were said to be several hundred employees inside the warehouse at the time of the attack.