This has to be unified. I’ve said this to leaders both in the Islamic and Arab world and to the world in general: This is a third World War by other means. This brings Muslims, Christians, other religions together in this generational fight that all of us have to be in this together.Meanwhile Obola says these people aren't Muslims and that saying they are "gives them the legitimacy they want." Well shit, they claim they are Muslims, they quote the Quran, the Muslim king of Jordain says they're Muslims, but Obola, who has no problem talking about bad Christians and bad Jews, constantly spouts the No True Muslim fallacy. No true Muslim would ever do something bad, so if someone does something bad that person cannot be a Muslim, according to Obola. There are bad people in every religion, and the Islamic State people are bad Muslims, and they need to be exterminated. The good Muslims in Egypt and Jordain are doing an alright job fighting them, but nerve gas dropped from US jets would do an even better job.
So it’s not a Western fight. This is a fight inside of Islam where everybody comes together against these outlaws, so to speak, together. And there’s a short-term part of this which is the military part of the issue. There is the medium part which is the security element of it. And then there’s a long-term element of this, which is obviously the ideological one.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Jordain's king Adbullah has made the claim that ISIS (ISIL, The Islamic State, call them what you will) is trying to start a world war and they need to be stopped now before they can do that.