What is the Kalashnikov for? “To defend the faith.” “We must implement God’s religion over all people. God says do jihad until intrigue, idolatry and infidelity are finished in the world.”
One might almost think this had something to do with Islam. It would be refreshing if some Muslim spokesman in the West would explain how these people are misunderstanding and misinterpreting Islam and jihad. Whenever they do, however, they do so in ways that are transparently deceptive.
Note also: these children are being trained to use weapons, while our children are being trained to retreat to “safe spaces” in the face of “microaggressions.” When the confrontation comes, who will win?
“ISIS in Afghanistan: School of Jihad,” by Priyanka Boghani, PBS, November 1, 2015:
Young boys and girls cluster around a small room in a village school in eastern Afghanistan. The teacher calls on a young boy.
“Stand up, Daud. What is this called?” he asks, handing the boy an AK-47.
“Kalashnikov,” the boy replies.
“Why do we use this?”
“To defend the faith,” Daud responds.
The school is run by fighters who pledged allegiance to ISIS — the terrorist group that declared an Islamic caliphate in Iraq and Syria. They live among the locals in the village of Shaigal, take local wives and collect taxes. They seem to control every aspect of life.
The teacher, Abdullah Gul, tells the students what “jihad” means: “We must implement God’s religion over all people,” Gul tells the children in the below video. “God says do jihad until intrigue, idolatry and infidelity are finished in the world.”…