Why can't they just be nice? Barack Obama and John Kerry want to know. Inquiring liberals want to know.
The ISIS full-color glossy magazine Dabiq published a piece on Sunday mocking those idiots who claim Islam is a peaceful religion, and for once, I have to side with ISIS on this matter. The magazine even spoke about the controversy with Donald Trump and the Khizr Khan who lost his son in the war in Iraq. His son was an Army captain and a true hero--Khizr is a Muslim Brotherhood agent and Sharia-loving con man.
The Dabiq article titled: "Break the Cross" depicts how ISIS considers Christians in particular its enemy, among others, including the rest of the world eventually. One part of the article discusses Pope Francis and is labeled "In The Words of Our Enemies."And then there's an editorial "Why We Hate You and Why We Fight You," and attacks Westerners and "apostate imams" in the West who refuse to call ISIS Islamic.
That really hurt a lot of ISIS feelings and they plan to get even. ISIS calls this rhetoric purely political while they call themselves "purely Islamic."
"Many Westerners, however, are already aware that claiming the attacks of the mujahideen to be senseless and questioning incessantly as to why we hate the West and why we fight them is nothing more than a political act and a propaganda tool." Then the article goes on to say, "The politicians will say it regardless of how much it stands in opposition to facts and common sense just to garner as many votes as they can for the next election cycle."
Again, I have to agree with ISIS that much of what liberals and some conservatives say about radical Islam is political.
President Barack Hussein Obama has refused to use the term 'radical Islamic terror' because he doesn't want to give ISIS religious legitimacy. But everything ISIS has been doing is "Koran Cool" and if the prophet of Islam, another Mohammed, were alive today, he would give ISIS his blessings.
The ISIS author of "Why We Hate You" tries to settle the argument as to whether ISIS is Islamic or not. He said that those on the "social fringe" who identify Islam with ISIS are correct.
The timeline between the speech made by Khizr Kahn and the printing of Dabiq suggests that Kahn may be on its staff--he certainly approves of the Muslim Brotherhood so it wouldn't surprise me if he or Hillary Clinton's aide, Huma Abedin, called in the story.
The fact is, ISIS condemned Khan's son, Humayun, and called him an apostate because he fought for the USA.