Guess How MANY People Obama’s FAVORITE Religion Has SLAUGHTERED In Past Month?

Did you know June is a VERY IMPORTANT month for the State of Islam? New York Times reported ISIS’ spokesman told followers to ‘make it, with God’s permission, a month of pain for infidels everywhere’ just a week before an important month-long celebration began. Ramadan began Monday, June 6 and ended Tuesday, July 5. This ‘sacred’ holy four weeks should have been days of peace and charitable giving for Muslims around the world but instead was turned into a month of slaughter by the more outspoken sects of the religion.

From Florida to the Philippines more than 800 people died from terrorist acts of Islamic State’s supporters across the globe. That’s nearly 30 people dying a day in the name of ISIS and allah, including many children, and the vast majority fellow, peaceful Muslims who do not agree with the group’s twisted mentality.

Fawaz A. Gerges, of the London School of Economics, told the paper: ‘There is no doubt in my mind that Al-Qaeda, its various affiliates and now ISIS use Ramadan as a watershed, as a marker to inspire and motivate their followers and supporters worldwide.’

Here’s the countdown:
(1st day of Ramadan) Terrorists executed 65 people – among them university students – at dawn in Mosul, Iraq.
And the killing continued, spreading from the Middle East throughout the world.

June 12th (6th day of Ramadan) 49 clubbers lost their lives after Omar Mateen opened fire in Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, which had been packed with friends enjoying their Saturday night.

(7th day of Ramadan) Policeman Jean-Baptiste Salvaing and his wife Jessica Schneider were killed in another ‘lone wolf’ attack, just outside Paris.

(June 11th of Ramadan) In Syria, at least 20 worshipers at a Shia shrine in Damascus were killed, while for those living under ISIS rule life was just as blood-thirsty.

(Tuesday June 28th of Ramadan) three suicide bombers stormed Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, shooting at anyone who got in their way, before blowing themselves up. So far, 44 people have died, with 17 more fighting for their lives in intensive care.

(July 2nd of Ramadan) A gang of militants pledging allegiance to ISIS burst into a cafe in Dhaka, Bangladesh. According to reports, they killed anyone who could not recite the Koran – including a pregnant woman. Twenty-two people died – including a Muslim graduate who refused to leave his friends behind to die alone.

(July 3rd of Ramadan) Just days before Ramadan comes to an end. More than 150 were killed – with that figure still rising – when they hit a busy shopping centre. Children and adults alike burnt alive as fire engulfed the buildings.

(Various days of atrocities on Ramadan)
The country which has suffered the most is Iraq, where ISIS militants are desperate to hold onto what territory they can after making huge losses to the army. Baghdad was rocked by several suicide bombings, the extremists targeting fellow Muslims during the Holy Month. People were executed throughout the month for crimes such as sorcery, mocking Islam or simply being a journalist.

A Human Rights group has claimed that the real death toll for Ramadan is much higher, as people were crucified every day for breaking fast. Families trying to flee the crazed group have also been executed en masse.

A picture of the religion of peace during their most holy month designed to promote peace and good works. From the mind of a Muslim extremist, all these events ARE considered good deeds in the eyes of their allah. Mostly because YOU (if you’re not Muslim) ARE the infidel and a scourge to the world.
ISIS Ramadan

A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.

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