Muslim Convert Goes on Stabbing Rampage in Paris Police HQ
Mikael Harpon had converted to Islam about a dozen years before the attack. But it was only during the previous four years he showed signs of radicalization. These signs included "approval of certain exactions committed in the name of this religion," changing his attire to Islamic clothing and refusing to shake hands anymore with women." But it was his praising of the murderous Islamic terrorist attack on the Charlie Hebdo publication in 2015 by Islamic terrorists that attracted the attention of his work colleagues. He said of the 12 people who died in that attack: "They deserved it."
"If Islamic extremists can kill, even in Paris police headquarters, one
of the most secure and safest areas in the city with numerous armed policemen
around, then where can one be safe?"