“Allahu Akbar” means “God is greater”
by Paul Joseph Watson
A man who shouted “Allahu Akbar” during the stabbing of a British woman in Australia was not motivated by religion, according to authorities.
21-year-old Mia Ayliffe-Chung was stabbed during an attack at a backpackers’ hostel in Australia, while another British man was injured.
The 29-year-old culprit “had been in Australia since around March on a temporary visa,” according to reports.
“Allahu Akbar,” a phrase commonly chanted by terrorists during attacks, means “God is greater”.