Arkansas Gun Range banned Muslims in September 2014. Florida Gun Supply did it after the Chattanooga jihad massacre in July 2015. They were excoriated as racist and bigoted. But can those who were doing the excoriating supply gun store owners with a reliable way to distinguish a Muslim who is buying a gun to wage jihad from a Muslim who is buying it for any other reason? No, of course not. And now Abu Salih al-Amriki shows the wisdom of prudent steps for self-defense. What the gun stores did was not illegal: Hamas-linked CAIR sued Florida Gun Supply, and lost.
An alleged ISIS fighter with an American accent and one leg, identified as Abu Salih al-Amriki, used a web video to call on Muslims to “take advantage of the gun laws” in America to carry out terror attacks.
The man also denounced President Donald Trump, according to reports.
The fighter appeared in a propaganda video released on Wednesday saying Trump’s war on Islam was making the US more vulnerable to terror attacks and would help fuel support globally.
Using the name Abu Salih al-Amriki, the fighter wore khaki fatigues and had a gun strapped to him as he condemned President Trump for playing up a clash of civilizations.
The Daily Mail quoted extensively from the video:
“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 in the video, speaking in what sounded like a New York City-area accent.
“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.”
He referred to President Trump as a “dog of Rome.”…