GOOD LUCK LOL: Hippie to host ISIS PEACE CONCERT in Syria thinking the bloodthirsty Jihadis can be stopped with FOLK MUSIC

From Daily Express

Musician James Twyman is planning a trip to Syria thinking he can soften the hearts of the deadly terror group known slaughtering Westerners, throwing gay men off buildings and executing women and children.

American Mr Twyman, also known as the “Peace Troubadour”, is ignoring US government warnings his life could be in grave danger and and intends to throw a concert at the heart of ISIS-controlled territory in Syria.

He said: “It’s going to be pretty powerful.

“When people come together and focus on something in a positive way…there’s scientific evidence that it can change things for the better.”

Mr Twyman plans to leave his hometown Portland, Oregan, on Wednesday, January 20 to make a stop in Italy before heading to Israel.

The singer will then cross over the northern border shared with Syria to a small village where he aims to set up a venue in ISIS-controlled territory.

Mr Twyman has included traditional prayers from various faiths in the song he hopes will win over jihadis on January 31.

He said the concert will be attended by a large group of Jewish, Muslim and Christian leaders.

Mr Twyman added: “Each one will lead the group in prayer from their religion.”

The US state department has imposed strict restrictions on travelling to Syria, warning: “US citizens have been specifically targeted for kidnapping, both for ransom and political purposes, and murdered by members of terrorist and violent extremist groups in Syria.”

The singer said US officials from the state department have urged him to cancel his visit to Syria.

However, Mr Twyman is determined to go despite the risk to his life.

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