At different times in recent days, both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have made statements comparing their opponents to Islamic terrorists and Nazi’s. Which seems oddly bold for two people who are too afraid to call actual terrorism by its true name even when it costs Americans their lives.
The owner of Florida Gun Supply, Andrew Hallinan, recently posted a video announcing that as a response to the terrorist shooting in Chatanooga, Tennessee he has a “moral duty” to this country to “not arm and train those who wish to do harm to my fellow patriots.” As a result, he states he is declaring his gun shop a “Muslim-free zone.”
After five U.S. servicemen were shot and killed in a terror attack by a Muslim immigrant in Chatanooga, Tennessee recently, calls for tighter screening on immigration from countries with strong ties to jihadism have been heard.
Deputy Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said during an interview following a Paris conference that U.S. forces have killed “More than 10,000 [ISIS fighters] since this campaign started.”
Given that the CIA has estimated ISIS fighters to number between 20,000 and 32,000 in total, a loss of more than 10,000 jihadists would surely mean that victory is near, right?
After disappearing in late April, a Tajikistan special forces counter terror unit commander recently resurfaced in an ISIS propaganda film, pledging his allegiance to the Islamic State.
The commander, Gulmurod Khalimov, is Tajikistan’s highest-ranking military member to join the Islamic terror group to-date.