Butcher Of Pakistan Killed Seventy People

From Jihad-Watch:
Vienna police have captured a 35-year-old man accused of killing 70 people in Pakistan. Atif Z. was arrested among a group of 42 illegal migrants in Hungary, local media have reported.

All the more proof that Hungarian leader Viktor Orban and the rest of the Visegrad group (Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic) are correct in their decisions to guard their borders against an invasion of criminals and jihadis who have vowed to infiltrate the refugee stream, and have delivered on that promise.

After butchering 70 people in Pakistan, Atif Z. managed to slip into Hungary, of all places. These are the types of people flowing freely in and out of Western countries, while arrogant and reckless folks such as the UK anti-terror chief Max Hill believe that “integrating,” not prosecuting, Islamic State returnees will work. On the other side, UK minister Rory Stewart made the surprising remark that the only way of dealing with ISIS jihadis “will be, in almost every case, to kill them.” Stewart stated:

They are absolutely dedicated, as members of the Islamic State, towards the creation of a caliphate, they believe in an extremely hateful doctrine which involves killing themselves, killing others and trying to use violence and brutality to create an eighth century, or seventh century, state.

Carefully monitoring border should have been the least that was done. Because far too many Western leaders still remain naïve and irresponsible regarding their duty to protect their citizenry, the West is now crawling with jihadists striving for a caliphate. These Western leaders are the very ones pontificating about tolerance and diversity while jihadists are collectively the most intolerant and abusive people in the world today, including toward their fellow Muslims, their women, and their female children.

“‘Butcher of Pakistan’: Austrian police arrest hitman-turned-migrant-trafficker accused of killing 70”, RT News, October 25, 2017:

Vienna police have captured a 35-year-old man accused of killing 70 people in Pakistan. Atif Z. was arrested among a group of 42 illegal migrants in Hungary, local media have reported.

Atif Z. is on Pakistan’s Most Wanted list and was detained following a tip-off in an international police operation near Boly in southern Hungary, from where he reportedly operated a people-smuggling ring.

“This case once again shows the importance of international cooperation in combating crime. I can only congratulate the Austrian investigators on this success,” said Austria’s Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka.

Austrian newspapers reported that the suspect was known as the Butcher of Pakistan, but added their country’s police had limited knowledge of the details of the crimes committed in his homeland.

Atif Z. now faces deportation to Pakistan. However, that process could be delayed as Vienna does not customarily return criminals who could face the death penalty in their home country, which is a distinct possibility in this case.

According to European Union’s border agency Frontex, the Western Balkan route – from Turkey, into Greece, former Yugoslavia, Hungary and onto Switzerland or Austria, then the rest of Europe – was the migrants’ preferred way of entering Europe in 2015, with over 760,000 new arrivals. After tighter policing controls were introduced at the end of that year, the numbers dropped sharply to about 120,000 in 2016.

The immigrant issue has nonetheless continued to dominate Austrian politics. Earlier this month, the party of conservative anti-migration politician, 31-year old Sebastian Kurz, won the most votes…..

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