THE WORLD’S JIHAD PROBLEM: ISIS Supporters Celebrate Nice Terror Attack

So when has the world had enough of this Islamic garbage? I know I have. Sorry folks..but lighting candles, prayer circles, changing profile pictures..doesn’t do crap to stop Islamic terror.

The world has a serious Jihad problem. Islam should be banned worldwide. Until it goes through a needs to be banned. It blows me away to see how the world continues to accept this. Shame on France for allowing more terror to strike.

This is why we need to be armed. If you don’t have a gun yet…get one. Terrorists will continue to strike areas they know they can do these barbaric acts.

Arm up!

From Vocativ

ISIS is celebrating the apparent terrorist attack in Nice, France, on Thursday as retaliation for the death of Abu Omar al-Shishani—the terror group’s so-called “minister of war”—who was killed earlier this year by coalition forces while fighting in Iraq.

Reportedly more than 60 people were killed and dozens more were injured when a truck barreled through a large crowd of people celebrating Bastille Day, a French holiday commemorating the storming of the famous Parisian fortress in 1789, an important milestone in the French Revolution. The driver of the truck reportedly was killed by French authorities.

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“This is the begining [sic] of the attack to take the holy revenge for the killing of Abu Omar Shishani, may Allah accept him,” a jihadi posted on the ISIS al-Minbar forum shortly after the attack. Another supporter posted on Twitter: “The spark of the attacks on the name of Abu Omar Shishani has just begun from France, the next will be worse and bitter.” Read More


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