…by Ghost of BPH
Their God isn’t our God. Allahu Akbar is nothing more than a jihadist battle cry. It’s what the 9/11 hijackers shouted before they murdered nearly 3,000 Americans. It’s what the terrorists in Benghazi shouted as they dragged Ambassador Steven’s body through the streets. It’s what every suicide bomber shouts before detonating their vest. It’s what ISIS terrorists who blew up 9 year old girls in the UK at an Ariana Grande concert shouted before maiming children.
And it’s what the HAMAS terrorists were screaming all day as they raped, murdered and pillaged innocent Jews in Israel.
“Allahu Akbar” is a supremacist message and a terrorist war cry. And it is the most awful and blood chilling phrase you will ever hear in your life. It doesn’t mean “God is Great”. It means “God is Greater than”, as in greater than all other faiths.
It’s a war cry of ideological supremacy because the Quran calls for the subjugation of all non Muslims. Anyone can read it and see for themselves. We need to start speaking openly about what these things mean. Especially as we continue to live in a world with open borders and global Islamic terror leaders just called for an Islamic caliphate to rise up and conquer Jerusalem, and America.
Zionism is not Judaism.
What would make them even suggest something so insane?
I have reported for years on both sides of the Israeli – Palestinian divide. I know good and bad people on both sides. I have watched Palestinians dig the bodies of children from the rubble after Israeli air strikes and watched Israelis bury pieces of their children after suicide attacks.
I have watched in horror over the past 36 hours the unimaginable horror of hostages & unarmed civilians being slaughtered & this mother tears your heart out.
This is not meant to be a political statement. If anything it is an appeal to the humanity in all of us. I do not understand those who do not feel compassion or empathy in the face of human suffering, or those that excuse terror in the moment of terror, seem to me to have lost their way. There are those pulling the trigger – for them it is one thing. Then there are those who sit back pulling the strings. They seem like the really wicked ones. But the ones who stand and cheer – there’s a special place for them. God sees all.