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BREAKING: Muslim Beheads Woman in Oklahoma [VIDEO]

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An Oklahoma woman, Colleen Hufford, was beheaded at Vaughan Foods, her place of employment by a Muslim who had repeatedly been attempting to convert co-workers to Islam, once again proving this is no religion of peace.

Alton Alexander Nolen, the Islamist who killed Hufford, was recently fired from the business. He was shot by an off duty police officer during the attack on Hufford and another co-worker, but is in the hospital and is expected to survive.

According to TheBlaze, the discovery of Nolen’s religious beliefs, his attempts at converting others to Islam, and the manner in which he killed Hufford have led to authorities probing more deeply into the man’s background, to investigate whether or not he has ties to any radical groups that could be in the area.

“After conducting interviews with coworkers of Nolen information was obtained that he recently … started trying to convert some of his coworkers to the Muslim religion,” Jeremy Lewis of the Moore Police Department said.


Traci Johnson, the other victim attacked by Nolen is in stable condition and police believe she also would’ve been killed if not for the intervention of the off-duty police officer.

This is scary.

Generals and leaders from around the world have warned America of radical Islamists infiltrating the country and attacking citizens, and it looks like it’s actually starting to happen.

Click here to read more about this congressman’s call to destroy radical Islam.

Radical Islam has reared its ugly head in the U.S. and now is the time to finally declare it the real enemy we are facing and develop a strategy to put this evil ideology to bed before any more innocent people lose their lives.

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Source:http://conservativetribune.com

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