Sunday, December 28, 2014

ISIS Say Only a Matter of Time Before Europe Is Conquered; Plan 'Largest Religious Cleansing Campaign' in History

From the Christian Post:
A spokesman for ISIS has claimed in an interview that it's only a matter of time before the jihadists expand and conquer Europe. 
He also defended the terror group's practices of mass enslavement and beheadings, and said that it plans to carry out "the largest religious cleansing campaign" in history, which will include the killing of hundreds of millions of people. 
"No, we will conquer Europe one day. It is not a question of if we will conquer Europe, just a matter of when that will happen. But it is certain. ... For us, there is no such thing as borders. There are only front lines," the spokesman, identified only as a German ISIS fighter, told journalist Juergen Todenhoefer in an article for CNN. 
"Our expansion will be perpetual. ... And the Europeans need to know that when we come, it will not be in a nice way. It will be with our weapons. And those who do not convert to Islam or pay the Islamic tax will be killed." 
The terror group's mission is to establish an Islamic caliphate across the Middle East region, and eventually the world. When asked about Shiite Muslims who don't share the same beliefs as ISIS, the spokesman said that anyone who refuses to convert will be killed.   
"150 million, 200 million or 500 million, it does not matter to us," the jihadist said. "We will kill them all." He also argued that slavery is a sign of "progress," and claimed that the practice also exists among Christians and Jews. 
"I would say that slavery is a great help to us and we will continue to have slavery and beheadings, it is part of our religion ... many slaves have converted to Islam and have then been freed."
This article was originally from CNN, but I have posted the Christian Post version, because CNN tried so hard to ameliorate the ISIS message.

What would CNN do if they didn't function as the Public Relations firm for the worst people on Earth?

Here's the original interview from CNN. They bury all the heaviest statements in the depths of the article.

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