“It’s impossible to understand the minds of its leaders”
It is only “impossible to understand the leaders of ISIS” if you never listen to them once. If you actually do listen to them and then check their sources, check the relevant and related scripture and history on whatever issue is at hand, it becomes so easy to understand them you can predict them very accurately. The public should be insulted to outrage by statements like that, designed to actually deflect from the Islamic root of the Islamic State’s actions and misinform for the purpose of protecting the doctrine which is causing so much strife around the world today.
Once again, the media and government:
Source: ISIS wants more hostages (CNN, Feb 7, 2015)
“An ISIS outfit based in northeastern Syria has been drawing up plans since at least the middle of last year to kidnap Westerners and others in neighboring countries, a Middle East security source told CNN on Friday.
The source said the terrorists want to go into countries such as Lebanon and Jordan and bring hostages back to Syria, where they could be used in ISIS propaganda videos, according to intelligence gathered on the planning.
After producing at least seven highly publicized clips in which hostages were beheaded, ISIS may believe it needs to kidnap more people….”
Mark Levin leads the last four shows with Barack Obama and the subhuman Islamonazi cockroaches.
Mark Levin: Obama Is ‘Building The Islamo-Nazi Caliphate’
Mark Levin Destroys Obama Over National Prayer Breakfast Comments
Map showing concentrations of excitable Muslims in Africa and the Middle East Jan 30, 2015:
Thanks for the map, it tells us a lot about what is happening.
Seems that Yemen might be a bit greener now.
Probably, on a thread for the 5th or 6th I reposted the Clarion Project about the Shiite end times prophecies the article told of those fulfilled and those unfulfilled.
Here it is again. http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/death-saudi-king-coup-yemen-signs-iranian-prophecy
This will let you know what the Iranians are thinking.
Expats in KSA are jumpy these days with the recent shootings. But I’m sure Riyadh will crack down harder than ever if the Shi’ites start something in the Eastern Province.
That was the first I’d heard of a bomb on the King Fahd Causeway two years ago. Considering the possibilities it’s almost surprising it isn’t blown up on a regular basis.
Mark Levin is a good patriot who is working to save the US from the far left.
In that TDB article on no such thing as radical Islam, the argument made is the KKK is not considered a Christian group though they think themselves so ISIS is no more Muslim than the KKK. Then they deny Islam needs reforming because would you reform all of Christianity because of the KKK?
There is no one who is calmly and logically point out the fallacy of this argument that is strongly being pushed in order to disassociate Islam with Islamic terrorists and Islamic state.
ISIS is following the Koran to the letter while the KKK is twisting the Gospel to fit their goals, that is the difference.
Clueless or complicit, it’s hard to make a judgment about each unfamiliar talking head individually. But stringing all the pseudo-experts together like that, as if presenting an assortment of views, but all of them spouting the same disinformation, is a propaganda technique that really ought to outrage anyone who still watches CNN.
It would outrage anyone with a working brain, which leaves out the viewers of CNN.