BREAKING: ISIS Reveals Truth, Issues Shocking Statement About Trump Hating Khan Family
Khizr Khan’s impassioned, controversial paean to his son at the Democrat National Convention is still making waves. Democrats say it’s proof that Republican nominee Donald Trump should not be president.
Conservatives, on the other hand, say that while Khan’s son was a hero, the speech was still a cynical ploy by Democrats that had little to do with Islamic terrorism.
Now, even terrorists have weighed in on it. In the latest issue of one of the Islamic State group’s magazines, the terrorist group said that Army Capt. Humayun Khan died an infidel’s death … and issued a warning to his family.
According to PJ Media, Dabiq 15 — the Islamic State’s online magazine — began with a picture of Capt. Khan’sArlington Cemetery headstone with the sickening caption, “Beware of dying as an apostate.” They went on to say that Capt. Khan’s service to America meant that he had strayed and had thus been cast into the fiery depths of the afterlife’s less desirable neighborhoods.
Just in case you thought it was just them, the writers at Dabiq 15 even quoted the Quran on the subject:
“Indeed, the Prophet said, “Whoever dies unbound by a bay’ah (pledge of allegiance) has died a jahili (ignorant of Muhammad’s teachings) death” (Muslim),” the article read.
“And he said, ‘Whoever dislikes something in his leader, let him be patient. For whoever leaves the obedience of lawful authority, even a hand span (and dies), has died the death of Jahiliyyah’ (Al-Bukhari and Muslim).”
In other words, he who leaves Islamic authority by fighting for America has become ignorant of Muhammad’s teachings and deserving of everlasting punishment.
Let me be clear, before liberals fire up the ol’ email client: I get that there are numerous interpretations of those passages. I also get that most Muslims probably would interpret it another way. Let me also be clear that Capt. Khan was a hero, and that I have no doubt his religious beliefs played an important part in his belief that he had a duty to serve and love his country. None of this is in question. None of this has ever been in question.
None of this also has anything to do with whether unfettered, unvetted immigration from nations whereterrorist movements control large swaths of territory (and have promised to sneak their operatives in with refugees should we allow them to) is a good idea.
You do not have to choose between having heroes like Capt. Khan defending this country or having a secure immigration policy. You do not have to choose between allowing immigration and safely vetting those immigrants for terrorist ties.
While we have nothing but sympathy for the Khan family, we think a great deal less about the Democrats who trotted them out there
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