HOW ABSOLUTELY TRUE .
EVERY MUSLIM ,SHIA OR SUNNI DON’T RECOGNISE THEM ie I S OR WAHIBBITES . NOW THE EUROPE, U K & U.S. CHRISTIANS HAVE FULLY REALISED THAT THESE ARE THE MAIN VILLIANS OF TERRORISM AND SOURCE FOR WORLD WIDE VIOLENCE . ARE THE MUSLIMS, SHIAS AND SUNNIS AS WELL AS CHRISTIANS OF THE WORLD ARE SO IMPOTENT THAT THEY CAN’T BE UNITED AND TOGETHER THEY THROW THEM OUT OF EXISTANCE . IT IS JUST A SIMPLE MATTER, WHY LET ALL THE PEOPLE SUFFER ALL THE TIME . WHAT PREVENTS YOU TO MAKE THIS WORLD PEACEFUL AND WORTH LIVING.
London mayor: “Islamic State? This death cult is not a state and it’s certainly not Islamic”
JUNE 29, 2015 3:40 PM BY ROBERT SPENCER
“Rehman’s point is that if you call it Islamic State you are playing their game; you are dignifying their criminal and barbaric behaviour; you are giving them a propaganda boost that they don’t deserve, especially in the eyes of some impressionable young Muslims. He wants us all to drop the terms, in favour of more derogatory names such as ‘Daesh’ or ‘Faesh’, and his point deserves a wider hearing.”
Can Boris Johnson or Rehman Chishti or anyone else who advances this view point to even a single “impressionable young Muslim” who was moved to support or join the Islamic State because some non-Muslim called it “the Islamic State”? Can they point to even a single “impressionable young Muslim” who was moved to reject the appeal of the Islamic State because Boris Johnson or David Cameron or John Kerry or some other non-Muslim said that it wasn’t Islamic?
The problem with refusing to call the Islamic State what it calls itself is that it is a manifestation of a greater unwillingness to examine its motives and goals, and to devise ways to defeat it based on that examination. Refusing to understand your enemy is a recipe for defeat.
“Islamic State? This death cult is not a state and it’s certainly not Islamic,” by Boris Johnson, Telegraph, June 28, 2015:
If we are going to defeat our enemies we have to know who they are. We have to know what to call them. We must at least settle on a name – a terminology – with which we can all agree. And the trouble with the fight against Islamic terror is that we are increasingly grappling with language, and with what it is permissible or sensible to say.When a man sprays bullets at innocent tourists on a beach, or when a man decapitates his boss and sticks his head on the railings, or when a man blows himself up in a mosque in Kuwait – and when all three atrocities are instantly “claimed” by the same disgusting organisation – it is surely obvious that we are dealing with the same specific form of evil. This is terrorism.
AND THE QORA’AN CLEARLY DEFINE TERRORISTS (moharib) AS WORST CRIMINALS AND PRESCRIBES APPROPRIATE PUNISHMENTS FOR THEM RANGING FROM CUTTING THEIR ONE HAND & LEG FROM APPOSITE SIDES OR CAPITAL PUNISMENT. ZAHEER HUSAIN KHAN