Venice Mayor Cracks Down: ‘Snipers Will Shoot Anyone Shouting Allahu Akbur’


Mayor Luigi Brugnaro is taking the “nice” out of Venice when it comes to terrorists!

The city absolutely will not tolerate any kind of shenanigans. Police have been ordered to shoot any potential terrorists on sight and have been told to especially target any person who shouts, “Allahu Akbar” which is Arabic for “Praise to Allah.”

That phrase is generally shouted just before the terrorist commits the act of terror,

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Luigi said, “Anyone who shouts Allahu Akbar in St Mark’s Square can expect to be gunned down by snipers within four paces.”

He continued, “We need to increase our security when it comes to terrorism. We had four would be terrorists arrested in Venice a few months ago who wanted to blow up the Rialto bridge.”

Luigi added, “They said they wanted to go and meet Allah so we will send them straight to Allah without having to throw them off the bridge, we will just shoot them.”

Luigi concluded,  “I have never been politically correct, in fact I am politically correct and that’s why we also need a naval blockade against people coming into Italy from north Africa.”

 

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