An ISIS jihadi site claims Amaq, the official ISIS news agency has a video of Paddock/Las Vegas etc.
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Amaq Agency Prepared The Video already.
— بدر بن علي العرفج (@badrarfag1990) October 10, 2017
(thanks to Dr. Andrew Bostom)
No worries, the FBI is pursuing the Valium motive with laser-like focus.
NY Times ISIS expert:
— Andrew Bostom (@andrewbostom) October 11, 2017
Even the notoriously politically correct Foreign Affairs Magazine writes:
Was ISIS Responsible for the Las Vegas Attack?
Why a False Claim Seems at Odds With the Group’s Strategy
Since declaring its so-called caliphate in the summer of 2014, the Islamic State (also known as ISIS) has claimed responsibility for more than a dozen attacks in the West. Seven of them have occurred in the United States—most recently in Las Vegas. Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old American whose religious interests remain a mystery, converted a luxury hotel room into a sniper’s perch and took aim at concert-goers gathered beneath his window, killing nearly 60 people and wounding hundreds more. Shortly after, via its Amaq “news service,” ISIS asserted that Paddock was a “soldier of the Islamic State who carried out the attack in response to calls for targeting coalition countries.” In a separate Amaq report, ISIS explained, Paddock “converted to Islam months before the attack.” Soon after, the group issued an official statement, in which it claimed that the shooting was in response to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s call for attacks “targeting the crusader alliance” and that “after careful monitoring of the Crusader gatherings in the city of Las Vegas,” Paddock, whom ISIS identified using the kunya (or honorific title) “Abu Abd El Bar,” killed and wounded 600 people before becoming a “martyr.”
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