UK Daily Mail Idiocy: “Why? The motives behind Abdulazeez's attack are not yet known”


By WILLIAM MAYER
 

July 17, 2015 – San Francisco, CA – PipeLineNews.org – In a very long piece published today by the UK Daily Mail, the writers puzzle over the motivation of a 24 year old Muslim assassin, Mohammed Youssef Abdulazeez, who yesterday shot and killed 4 defenseless Marines in Chattanooga, Tennessee. [see, Ashley Collman and Wills Robinson, Pictured: the four Marines ruthlessly shot dead on home soil by Kuwaiti-born gunman Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez in Chattanooga terror attack , For Dailymail.com and Associated Press and Reuters]

Of course this is all a sad game.

Islam is a sacralized political ideology, masquerading as a cultish religion. It’s spread by jihad - both kinetic, as was the case in the Chattanooga violence, as well as the stealth variant. It finds its inspiration within Islam’s sacred texts, the Qur’an and Hadith [the way of the Prophet] from which are derived Shari’a, Islamic law.

The central motivation of Islam is to establish Muslim hegemony – within a totalitarian governmental structure known as a caliphate and operating under the strictures of the Shari’a.- over the entire planet.

Abdulazeez’ behavior therefore was not murderous, it was warfare and fully justified within the bounds of the contemporary/normative interpretation of Islam.

The shooter is neither an outlier nor is he a “lone wolf.” Abdulazeez is a mujaheed and his actions should be of no surprise despite the media’s transparent perplexity over his motivation. He was fighting “in the way of Allah.”

Unfortunately, because of the subversion of Western culture, yesterday’s horrific attacks will not be the last.

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