African American Isis fighter appears in propaganda video saying Islamophobia will help fuel support globally.
Propaganda is right. “Islamophobia” is intended to beat down critics, to render criticism of Islam blasphemous as per the Sharia, and to use victimology to beat back the infidel who is trying to resist the advance of jihad into the Dar al Islam (the House of War).
Abu Salih al-Amriki also used the propaganda video “to call on Muslims to ‘take advantage of the gun laws’ in America to carry out terror attacks.” He blamed Trump’s “war on Islam,” but long before Trump came to office, the Islamic State was on its rampage toward global domination, outlining its “chilling five-year plan” to do so.
The “African American ISIS fighter” al-Amriki proclaims: “Your feelings and hatred towards Islam has already been revealed,” in attempting to justify his violence against infidel America; but what did innocent Christians do? Their children? The Yazidi girls? And the over 11 million Muslims murdered by his other jihadist counterparts for not being Muslim enough? And what did Israel do, except want its small nation to continue existing?
Unfortunately, far too many Westerners embrace the mindset of Islamic supremacists and their “Islamophobia” deceptions, to their own detriment. In so doing, they undermine the principles of free societies, for which a very high price was paid by our soldiers in World War I and World War II. These Westerners, not Trump, are emboldening jihadists everywhere.
There is no war on Islam. Jihadists have a 1,400-year history of conquest, long before colonialism, and the Wahhabi ideology that is held by the Islamic State is the same ideology spread globally by the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The most important reason why they hate the West was provided in an earlier Islamic State document:
“Even if you were to stop bombing us, imprisoning us, torturing us, vilifying us, and usurping our lands, we would continue to hate you because our primary reason for hating you will not cease to exist until you embrace Islam.”
“American Isis fighter says ‘war on Islam’ has made US more vulnerable to attack in video message to Donald Trump”, by Lizzie Dearden, Independent, December 27, 2017:
Isis has claimed Donald Trump’s “war against Islam” is making the US more vulnerable to terror attacks while calling for further atrocities.
In a propaganda video released on Wednesday, an African American Isis fighter using the war name Abu Salih al-Amriki delivered a message to the President.
“You entered into the White House on the back of your crusader rhetoric, which the fake media has pressured you to tone down,” he said.
“Your feelings and hatred towards Islam has already been revealed… you are now witnessing your fake victory.
“Your war against Islam has only made your homeland more vulnerable and your society is cracking into chaos.”
The American Isis fighter, whose true identity was not immediately known, was shown attaching a prosthetic leg and walking on crutches amid the ruins of buildings that appear to have been hit by air strikes.
Wearing battle fatigues and carrying a pistol, he repeated calls for Isis supporters to “rise and strike the kuffar [disbelievers]” and claimed the Isis flag would be “raised over the White House”.
The propaganda message suggested that rising Islamophobia and terror attacks in the US could help drive supporters to Isis’s cause, with the fighter saying: “Take advantage of the fact you can easily obtain a rifle or a pistol in America and spray the kuffar with bullets so that their fear of Muslims rises, and they continue to reveal their hatred towards Islam for the ummah [community] to rise.”
Isis has continually sought to exploit political tensions across the West to fuel its narrative of a holy war between its supporters and anyone, including Muslims, who oppose its brutal interpretation of sharia law.
The group’s message to Mr Trump came as activists told The Independent American Muslims were more vulnerable to Islamophobia under Mr Trump’s presidency than in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
“It’s not just Americans Muslims [who feel anxious],” said Ibrahim Hooper, a founder of the Council On American-Islamic Relations. “We have seen white supremacists emboldened under Trump.”….