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MYSTERY OF INIQUITY DURING RAMADAN! Trystan Andrew Terrell Imitating Muslims Shoots TWO Dead And Wounds Four On Last Day Of Classes At UNC Charlotte


Looks like the mystery of iniquity is at its height during Ramadan.

Had several killings leading up to 5 May.

Ramadan is from 5 May to 4 June

The murders during this year's Ramadan should be higher and bloodier that previous Ramadans

Not only will  the mystery of iniquity work on Muslim Murderers but on non-Muslim Murderers as well.

This is what to look for.

The mystery of iniquity already worketh more so during the Muslim days of Ramadan 

UNC Charlotte shooting suspect Trystan Terrell had no interest in guns, grandfather says "This is not in his DNA," the suspect's grandfather said Tuesday.

The man charged with opening fire at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, killing two and wounding four, was intrigued by foreign languages, not weapons, his grandfather said Tuesday.

Trystan Andrew Terrell, 22, was charged with two counts of murder and four counts of attempted murder after firing into a UNC Charlotte classroom on the last day of classes.

Terrell's grandfather Paul Rold told The Associated Press that his grandson was attending UNC Charlotte and had taught himself French and Portuguese with the help of a language learning program Rold had bought for him.

Rold, who lives in Texas and was unaware of the shooting until the AP contacted him, said his grandson never showed any interest in guns or weapons of any kind.

"You're describing someone foreign to me," Rold said Tuesday night. "This is not in his DNA." Source

So I will include non-Muslim Murderers in the Ramadan Doom.

I should get credit for pointing out the heighten activity  of the mystery of iniquity during Ramadan.

With the increased bloodshed during Ramadan some will start to demand that Ramadan be abolished..........the mystery of iniquity already worketh.....

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