American Muslim Abu Abdullah al-Amriki is a top Islamic State commander. Should he be President of the United States? Dr. Ben Carson thinks not, but the media and cultural elites disagree.
Hundreds of American Muslims had fled to the Middle East to fight alongside the Islamic State. Most disturbingly, “they travelled back and forth from the US with ease.”
Obama calls us ignorant for linking the Islamic State with Islam. What does he call these devout Muslims?
If the Islamic State is not Islamic, what is it? How did this misunderstanding of Islam become so widespread? Why are so many American Muslims joining the Islamic State? There is a very real need for Muslims in the US not just to denounce ISIS, but to teach young Muslims why this understanding of Islam is wrong and must be rejected.
Why aren’t the supposedly peaceful teachings of Islam that are supposedly taught at American mosques not able to withstand the jihadis’ appeal?
And while Muslims in the US condemn the Islamic State, where are they teaching against the ideology that gave rise to it?
Right now, nothing is being done to stop jihad recruiting in US mosques, even as several hundred young Muslims from the US have gone to wage jihad for the Islamic State.
Rappers in Germany, doctors in Glasgow,and Australia, chemical engineering students in Canada, the UK’s top students at their most elite schools, herdsmen in Nigeria, British surgeons, heart surgeons in Saudi Arabia, university students in Britain, imams in America, doctors in Australia, Canadian Idol contestants, and so forth – what brings these wildly different people together? Jihad. From the Sahara to the Kalahari, London to Lisbon, Manhattan to Madrid, Bali to Boston, Tiananmen Square to Thailand, Myanmar to Malaysia, Nairobi to Nigeria ….. no matter what the background, upbringing, schooling, wealth or poverty, color, what have you, it doesn’t matter. The understanding of Islam and jihad is the same, and it is the motive, the incitement to this monstrous war on the West and and the East and all points in between.
This is not rocket science. This is reality.
And what is the overarching response by Western elites to those who expose and highlight the ideology behind this war? Kill the messenger.
If the world were as concerned with the mass slaughter of non-Muslims and the murderous supremacism of the jihadic doctrine by jihadists as they are about scrubbing Islam, we might begin to defeat this enemy of humanity.
On a side note, if it weren’t for the escaped sex slaves, we would not know any of this. That is how furiously the Obama administration is scrubbing intel and information concerning the jihad war.
“EXCLUSIVE – Revealed, AMERICAN jihadi is ‘top ISIS commander’: Yazidi slave reveals that she was beaten and held captive by US citizen who directs attacks and keeps vial of poison to kill himself if he is caught,” Daily Mail, September 29, 2015 (thanks to Van):
—Nada, 19, was sold to ISIS commander Abu Abdullah al-Amriki in October
—Teenager was held hostage in Manbij, Aleppo, with one other Yazidi slave
—She claimed the ’emir’ always carried an AK47, pistol and a bottle of poison
—She said he boasted that he travelled back and forth from the US with ease
— He drew maps for attacks and ambushes for ISIS thugs in special war room
The tall, pale man with black hair and short beard bought nine girls in total but sold seven of them on.
Nada was taken to one of his ‘many’ heavily-guarded houses in Manbij, Aleppo, where she lived with the other Yazidi girl and her son.
The teenager, who is now in America, told her harrowing story to the US government after escaping with her captor’s phone. Her fellow Yazidi hostage, known as ‘Bazi’, is also in the country – she will give evidence against Abu Abdullah to Congress and wants the FBI to press charges against him.
MailOnline cannot independently verify these claims and Nada said she has never seen his picture before on videos or images released by ISIS.
She said Abu Abdullah was a very important figure in Islamic State and a stream of armed balaclava-clad militants from all nationalities visited the house.
She said: ‘Many guests were coming and he was always explaining things to them. He was drawing maps of the fighting. He was telling everyone how to fight, about how to make an ambush.
‘He was always ordering people to move and how to make a plan. He always carried a pistol and an AK47.
‘There were also sniper rifles in the house, lying around. He also carried a policeman’s stick which he used to beat me and the boy [another prisoner] with. He also slapped the boy.
‘They didn’t let me enter the room when they were talking. They only let me enter the room when they were talking tea to them.’
Nada described the wiry commander, who spoke Arabic badly, as a ‘nervous’ man who doused himself in strong perfume and yelled at her constantly.
He was so frightened of being captured that he always kept a vial of poison in his pocket, so he could commit suicide if his enemies ever took him alive.
One group of four men – who were always masked – visited Abu Abdullah regularly to bring him letters from ISIS’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, said the woman.
Nada said: ‘If Abu Abdullah was not at home, I’d have to sign for it. I was just receiving it and putting it in his room.
‘The mail contained letters and the envelope was from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The masked man who brought the mail from al-Baghdadi talked in English.
Abu Abdullah, who converted to Islam around four years ago and has many different identities, told Nada that he regularly travels to the United States to see his family, but there is no way to verify his sensational boast.
She said: ‘He showed me pictures of his family – he had a girl and a boy. He said his family were not around, that they were far away.’
Nada was captured in the northern Iraqi city of Tal-Afar, around 32 miles from Sinjar, in around August 2014.
The terror group abducted more than 500 Yazidi women and young girls and slaughtered 5,000 as its fighters stormed through the region.
ISIS views Yazidis, whose religion includes elements of Christianity and Islam, as ‘devil-worshippers’.
The extremists take the females as their personal sex slaves and execute the men who do not convert to their twisted brand of Islam.
The teenager was taken to Manbij, a north-Syrian town which earned the nickname ‘little London’ because of the high numbers of British jihadists who live there.
Manchester twins Salma and Zahra Halane, 17, are thought to live in the town where English and German are commonly spoken.
Danish charity worker Ahmad Walid Rashidi, who was held captive in Manbij for over a month, met a blue-eyed British fighter in its police station.
He told the Sunday Times: ‘It’s like a little London or a little Berlin. Manbij is definitely the most foreign-influenced place in Syria.’
Rashidi, 23, said foreign fighters were paid around £20 a month and received free food and medicine, while jihadi brides got a £2 allowance.
During Nada’s 20-day captivity, the American jihadi also showed her pictures and footage of American girls who he claimed were coming to Syria to join ISIS.Read the rest here.
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