The Islamic State’s rhetoric is entirely and consistently framed in Islamic terms. The Muslims who claim that the Islamic State is not Islamic have never made any attempt to disabuse the jihadis, even at a safe distance, from their misunderstanding Islam. Mainstream analysts should consider the implications of that, but they won’t.
These boys are going to grow up, unless they’re killed in a drone strike or by rival jihadis. If they survive to adulthood, they’re likely to be even stronger in their belief that they have a responsibility before their god to murder infidels. Then they will meet the young people who have been raised to retreat to safe spaces at the slightest microaggression, and who believe that to resist jihad terror is “Islamophobic.” Who will win?
“‘How do you kill an Australian?’ Son, eight, of Islamic State terrorist wears a suicide vest and brandishes pistol, machine gun and knife as he makes threats to kill,” by Bryant Hevesi, Daily Mail Australia, April 30, 2017:
The young son of an Islamic State terrorist has been filmed by his father making threats to kill Australians.
Khaled Sharrouf’s son Humzeh, eight, was captured on camera wearing a suicide vest and at times with a Glock pistol, automatic machine gun and knife in hand in the terrifying video.
The boy was asked by his off-camera father ‘How do you kill a non-Muslim?’ and ‘How do you kill an Australian?’, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Humzeh responds by showing his father how he would kill a person and can also be heard heaping praise on Islamic State.
The video is believed to have been filmed only recently by Sharrouf, who is fighting for Islamic State in the Middle East.
The eight-year-old is the youngest of Sharrouf’s five children, all of whom left Australia with their late mother, Tara Nettleton, in 2013 to join their father overseas.
Counter-terrorism authorities said they were aware of the chilling video….