This echoes the double messaging the Muslim world employs when talking to the West and to the ummah (worldwide Muslim community). Much like the Saudi king during Trump’s visit to Riyadh or the Ground Zero mosque imam Rauf, Muslim leaders say one thing to naive, gullible Western leaders and Western media and quite another to their people.
Counter Terrorism expert John Guandolo (who gave a rousing speech at our Sarsour Protest at CUNY yesterday) explains it:
Saudi King Salman spoke at the summit yet he sent two messages: one for the muslims and one for the non-muslims. Americans and the rest of the non-muslim world heard the King say he is going to eradicate “terrorists” from the planet and thought he was talking about ISIS and Al Qaeda. The muslim world heard that the United States was providing hundreds of millions of dollars and weapons to support the Islamic world’s effort to destroy anything on the planet that stands in the way of the complete implementation of sharia – a command from Allah in the command and reflected in the words and actions of Islam’s prophet Mohammad.
Therefore, since President Trump has already killed muslims without right under sharia by ordering the U.S. military to launch strikes against Syria and elsewhere, Islam views him as a “terrorist,” and the Saudi King is speaking about the U.S. President and the United States when he says “Terrorism” must be eradicated. The Saudi King was not referring to muslims who bomb an arena in Manchester, England or kill Americans in an Orlando, Florida bar or muslims who fight on battlefields in Iraq or Afghanistan when he uses the word “terrorist.” (
Muslim Brotherhood terror groups in the US like CAIR do this as a matter of public relations.
But this Muslima’s shirt removes the wall between the two. So far along has the islamization and shariazation progressed in the West — that they can stand before a major network in the wake of a jihad attack that slaughtered little girls in the most brutal way possible, and say opposing jihad terror (islamophobia) will justifiably bring more terror, more bloodshed, more death. And the simpering, sniveling news reporter enthusiastically agreeing.
Jihad Watch, May 26, 2017:
Coexist with that. What better way to show one’s horror at the Manchester jihad massacre than to wear a shirt showing the word “love” spelled out using various weapons as letters?
Is this niqabbed Muslima a moderate? Is her shirt moderate, or extremist? Was she radicalized on the Internet (where, presumably, she bought the shirt, since no one would sell such a thing among the peaceful and benign Muslim community in Britain, right?)? Did anyone in Britain notice or care about her shirt, which, given the context, seems unwise to ignore?
Channel 4 has pulled this segment, which is full of the usual finger-pointing and blaming of others by the Muslims who are interviewed, but the Internet remembers.
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