The actual Islamic State threat said that at our free speech event in Garland, Texas, last Sunday, “our aim was the khanzeer Pamela Geller and to show her that we don’t care what land she hides in or what sky shields her; we will send all our Lions to achieve her slaughter.” But Hamas-linked CAIR doesn’t urge Pamela Geller to take precautions. It also said: “We have 71 trained soldiers in 15 different states ready at our word to attack any target we desire. Out of the 71 trained soldiers 23 have signed up for missions like Sunday, We are increasing in number bithnillah. Of the 15 states, 5 we will name… Virginia, Maryland, Illinois, California, and Michigan. The disbelievers who shot our brothers think that you killed someone untrained, nay, they gave you their bodies in plain view because we were watching.” So the two mentioned targets are Pamela Geller and “disbelievers.” And Hamas-linked CAIR, declared a terror organization by the United Arab Emirates, turns that into another chance to portray Muslims as victims. The Hamas-linked CAIR thugs never miss a chance to play their game of portraying Muslims as victims so as to gain political influence, deflect attention away from jihad terror plots and attacks, and blunt counter-terror initiatives.
“Michigan Muslims Urged To Take Precautions After Alleged ISIS Threat,” WDET, May 7, 2015 (thanks to Mitch):
An anonymous Internet post claims trained fighters are ready to attack in 15 U.S. states, including Michigan.
A Metro Detroit organization is advising Muslims in the region to take precautions after an Internet message, purportedly from the Islamic State terrorist group, threatened attacks in Michigan.
Recently the Islamic State group, or ISIS, claimed responsibility for a shooting at a cartoon contest near Dallas which featured images of the Prophet Mohammad.
Now an anonymous internet posting says the shooting was carried out by trained fighters and that more terrorists are stationed in 15 U.S. states including Michigan.
Experts say ISIS has a long history of claiming involvement in attacks it did not organize.
But members of the Michigan branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations says the threat is disturbing, whether it is merely a prank or some form of psychological warfare.
The Council is encouraging Shia Muslims – a group targeted by ISIS – to increase security during prayer services.
Officials with the FBI say they are aware of the internet posting.