If you do nothing and mind your own business in your own country, ISIS calls for Moslems to attack you. If you attack Moslems, ISIS also calls for Moslems to attack you.
Is there any way to have ISIS not call for Moslems to attack you?
ISIS leaders have called for extremists to take ‘revenge’ in the wake of the New Zealand mosque shootings.
The terror group’s spokesman, Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, is said to have issued the appeal in a 44-minute audio recording.
According to the New York Times, Al-Muhajir broke six months of silence to call for revenge.
‘The scenes of the massacres in the two mosques should wake up those who were fooled, and should incite the supporters of the caliphate to avenge their religion,’ he said.
He compared the Christchurch slaughter to the battle raging over the terror group’s last remaining slither of territory in Syria – the village of Baghouz.
‘Here is Baghuz in Syria, where Muslims are burned to death and are bombed by all known and unknown weapons of mass destruction,’ he added.
The true identity of al-Muhajir, an invented name, is not known and it is understood that he has not appeared in any photographs or in ISIS propaganda videos.
The attacks in Christchurch left 50 dead and 50 more injured with nine of the wounded victims described as being in a critical condition.
ISIS has been responsible for uncountable attacks on our people over the years — way before Brenton Tarrant decided to visit a mosque — so it’s not clear what they mean by “revenge”.
Do they mean “take revenge for the revenge of the people we’ve been hurting”? Is this some kind of… double-reverse terrorism?
Brenton even mentions one of their attacks contributing to his decision to live-stream the mosque visit.
Playing the victim now after all they’ve done to our people is quite silly.
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