ISIS Calls Murdered Kids “Crusaders”, BBC Reporter Says Get Used to Attacks

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A BBC host Katy Kay, in an appearance on Morning Joe Tuesday morning, told Mika and Joe that Europe has to get used to terror attacks. She made these comments the day after the Manchester horror.

Kay said, “Mothers that they found who are still looking for their daughters. And daughters they found who are still looking for their mothers. And they can’t find the rest of their families. And I think that is what is making…Europe is getting used to attacks like this Mika. We have to. Because we are never going to totally wipe this out.”

Those are the words of a liberal loser.

ISIS Calls the Murdered Children And Their Mothers “Crusaders”

[via Independent UK] The terrorist group ISIS released statements in several languages through its central media body praising the atrocity, claiming more than 100 “crusaders” were killed or wounded at the “shameless” concert, more than the number being reported by UK law enforcement.

“With Allah’s grace and support, a soldier of the Khilafah [caliphate] managed to place explosive devices in the midst of the gatherings of the crusaders in the British city of Manchester,” said the English version.

They are calling these children and mothers “crusaders”.

They called the British-born bomber, Salman Abedi, 22, a “martyr” and a “soldier of the caliphate”. Of Libyan descent, Abedi died in the attack but there is some evidence he planted the bomb and planned to escape. His assault followed ISIS and other terror groups calling for attacks on “disbelievers” in the West.

The most recent edition of its Rumiyah propaganda magazine listed concert halls among “ideal target locations” for attacks.

The fact that ISIS took responsibility so quickly indicates they were in direct contact with the killer.  A 23-year old man has been arrested in connection with the attack.

Twenty-two people have been killed, mostly kids, mostly young girls, and another 59 were injured, some critically. The attack took place on the 4th anniversary of the slaughter of Fusilier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.

Soft targets and homegrown terrorists are now the biggest threats.

Are we supposed to live with this as if it’s a matter of course?

The London mayor seems to think so as well.

You can hear the explosion on this clip. It’s terrifying.
You can hear the explosion in this clip.

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