If this clown survives his jihad in Syria, will he let back into the U.S.? Almost certainly. After all, we're about to aid his side militarily. But he shouldn't be. He is an avowed enemy of the United States.
Islamic supremacists avowedly and proudly love death. A Muslim child preacher recently taunted those he has been taught to hate most: "Oh Zionists, we love death for the sake of Allah, just as much as you love life for the sake of Satan." Jihad mass murderer Mohamed Merah said that he "loved death more than they loved life." Nigerian jihadist Abubakar Shekau said: "I'm even longing for death, you vagabond."
Ayman al-Zawahiri's wife advised Muslim women: "I advise you to raise your children in the cult of jihad and martyrdom and to instil in them a love for religion and death." And as one jihadist put it, "We love death. You love your life!" And another: "The Americans love Pepsi-Cola, we love death." That was from Afghan jihadist Maulana Inyadullah
Of course, this idea comes from the Qur'an itself: "Say (O Muhammad): O ye who are Jews! If ye claim that ye are favoured of Allah apart from (all) mankind, then long for death if ye are truthful." -- Qur'an 62:6
An American from California traveled to Syria to join the jihadist rebels in the civil war fight against the Bashar Assad Syrian regime. He tells the interviewer, "What America hates, I love. What they love I hate. They love Dunya (meaning earthly life). I hate the Dunya." He continues, "They love life. I love death."
The narrator then turns to a Canadian man named Jamal, who is in Syria as well. The narrator claims Jamal is a student from Montreal who plans to never return to Canada.
Secretary of State John Kerry told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday that opposition forces, supported by the Obama administration, in Syria are "growing stronger by the day." Kerry stressed:
“The opposition has increasingly become more defined by its moderation, more defined by the breadth of its membership and more defined by its adherence to some, you know, democratic process and to an all-inclusive, minority-protecting constitution, which will be broad-based and secular with respect to the future of Syria."
However, Reuters is reporting that numerous intelligence reports contradict Kerry's assertions:
U.S. and allied intelligence sources and private experts on the Syrian conflict suggest that assessment is optimistic.
While the radical Islamists among the rebels may not be numerically superior to more moderate fighters, they say, Islamist groups like the al Qaeda-aligned Nusra Front are better organized, armed and trained.