What do you think? Who is right?
Hillary Clinton, the president wannabe, thinks white terrorism and police violence are as much of a threat as ISIS. She especially thinks guns are the problem. Maybe we should get rid of her bodyguards for starters.
There were 452 terrorist attacks around the world this past year. Out of that number, 450 were conducted by radical Muslim terrorists.
Global jihad and the many groups that comprise the global jihad, such as ISIS, al Qaeda, and the Muslim Brotherhood all have the same goals — to destroy the west and rule the world.
ISIS has gone global as has al Qaeda.
ISIS demonstrated a significant leap in its ability to coordinate operations against the West when it directed two major attacks that killed hundreds: an assault across Paris, the downing of a Russian passenger jet in Egypt, attacks in Istanbul and Turkey.
Al Zawahiri released audio recordings this week urging followers to rise up against our ally Saudi Arabia over the recent mass executions. He also threatened the west.
He warned that “touching Muslims’ sanctity and protecting those who make blasphemy have a dear price and the punishment will be severe” and that “the crimes of the Western countries, above them America, Britain and France will backfire deep in their home.”
He called for attacks on “the Zionist-Crusader alliance”, referring to Israel and its Western allies, as “this is what hurts Al Saud much.”
He said the group will continue the policy by al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahri of “hitting the snake’s head … until the West retreats.” He also cited the late al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden’s warnings of the consequences of blasphemy against Muslim sanctities, el Arabiya reported.
He warned Australians to not travel to Indonesia, Jakarta, and Malaysia where he is encouraging a jihadist uprising.
FBI Director Jim Comey is very concerned about the nearly 1,000 terrorists he is currently tracking. There are thousands of ISIS sympathizers in the United States.
Former acting CIA director Michael Morell said ISIS was “almost certainly” planning Paris and Jakarta-style lone wolf attacks in the US.
Martin Schulz, the German president of the European Parliament, is afraid the 28-member EU will fall under the political unrest caused by the migrant crisis.
He said: “The worst nightmare for the European project is an outbreak of populism or political upheaval in Germany. Now it is looking like a real possibility.
“Nobody knows what we are facing this year. We are threatened as never before.”
Following the arrival of 1.1million migrants into Germany alone and in the wake of sickening sex attacks in Cologne, member states are telling German Chancellor Angela Merkel “we told you so’.
A veteran EU diplomat warned: “Looking at Germany, especially after Cologne, there is the objective basis for political explosion if someone lights the fuse.”
Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, is also very concerned: “The EU was tested to its limits [in 2015] and I cannot see anything to indicate this year will be any different.”
More than 650 women have now come forward to file criminal complaints over the attacks, around 45 per cent of them for sexual assault.
In early December, Obama said ISIS does not present an existential threat.
Our president said it’s not World War III:
King Abdullah of Jordan said it is World War III.