CNN Says It’s “Simplistic” to Call Turkish Attack ‘Radical Islamic Terrorism’

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At the opening of an art exhibition in Ankara, Turkey, off-duty police officer Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş, who was standing right behind Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov, suddenly took out his pistol and opened fire, shooting Karlov in the back numerous times. Karlov collapsed on the ground immediately and was later pronounced dead on the scene.

CNN claimed the jihadi doesn’t “speak for Muslims,” because they wouldn’t want anyone to think he was a murderous Islamic extremist.

CNN did admit that the rogue cop “seems to have a religious motivation.” Reporter Nic Robertson added directly after that, “there is no guarantee he represents Muslims of any sort.”

“There’s no clear motive or claim of responsibility for the attack,” CNN reported, “which was recorded real time in photos and video that quickly spread worldwide.”

They didn’t give a hoot about the poor murdered man, a husband and father of a son, just the politics of it.

New Day hosts and their guests criticized Trump for calling this attack and the one in Berlin, radial Islamic terrorism. They said it is “not the correct answer”. It’s too simple. In Turkey, it’s not religious, it’s political, said Maine’s Angus King. [Actually Islam is a political system as well as religious]

CNN’s guests haven’t a clue as to what caused the attacks.

It’s simplistic to call it radical Islamic terrorism.

Media has reported that the Islamic terrorist said “Allahu Akbar!”, and “Don’t forget about Aleppo! Don’t forget about Syria!”. The media is leaving out the following quote: “We have made an oath to Muhammad to die in martyrdom.” And theres on mention of this by the jihadi: “We are the descendants of those who supported the Prophet Muhammad, for jihad.”

But they can’t figure out a motive and it’s too simplistic to call it radical Islamic terrorism.

Warning this shows the murder of the Russian ambassador.

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