From the Austrian edition of The Local
An Egyptian man who moved into a house in Grossenzersdorf in Lower Austria told his neighbours the 60-year-old figure of Jesus on a cross outside his home was an 'eyesore' - so he cut it down with an angle grinder.
"Egyptian", eh? Somehow I very much doubt that he was a Copt. And what is an Egyptian Muslim doing in Austria? And if he didn't like the statue, why did he insist on buying that house, with that statue nearby, in the first place? One might almost wonder whether he moved into that house *expressly* in order to be so placed as to do what he just did: destroyed a cross, and a statue of the Lord Jesus, precisely because these are anathematised by the sharia of Islam. And note - he bought the house. How expensive are houses in that neighbourhood? If he is "Egyptian" - and Muslim - why is he in Austria and not in Egypt, and how come he has enough money to buy, outright, a house in Austria, with a cross next to it? I hope that those sensible Austrians who are rightly angry about this Musllim's antics, are demanding investigation of 1/ when and how and why this man was let into Austria in the first place and 2/ where precisely he got the money from, to buy the house and 3/ whether he has any Muslim Brotherhood connections.