Recently I was sampling documentaries about ISIS on YouTube. An early scene in one of them takes place at an ISIS-manned checkpoint on a long, straight highway in the Syrian desert. Several large commercial trucks approach the checkpoint, and are forced to stop by the Islamic State thugs.
The documentary filmmaker captured what happened next, as if it was just an ordinary day in the caliphate.
Three truck drivers are ordered out of their cabs, and they are interrogated while standing there in the road in the hot sun. Their identification papers are scrutinized, and as they plead that they are merely trying to make a living, they are challenged to prove that they are really Sunnis, not Shias as accused by the gunmen.
The thugs order the drivers to precisely recite the different customary Islamic words of prayers for specific day and evening prayer times. The drivers’ attempts to do so fail to satisfy the ISIS goons. The three truck drivers are promptly informed that they are now suspected of being polytheists. They are marched over to the roadside, forced to kneel side-by-side, and unceremoniously shot with bursts of AK-47 fire riddling their bodies as they fall into the dust and dirt.
According to the moderate Muslim U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, there is nothing in Islam or The Koran to explain ISIS.
Kerry actually said the following:
“There’s nothing in Islam that condones or suggests people should go out and rape women and sell off young girls or give them as gifts to jihadists and cut people’s heads off and tie people’s hands behind their backs and put them on their knees and shoot them in their backs.”
Obviously, Kerry doesn’t know the first thing about Islam and The Koran.
Islamic texts are chock full of exhortations for followers of Mohammed to do exactly all of the things Kerry mentioned, except for the fact that guns hadn’t yet been invented in Mohammed’s time (hence the rampant beheadings, then and now).
Meanwhile, State Department spokesdhimmi Marie Headscarf lectures us simpletons that we can’t win the war against ISIS by killing them — instead, we must splurge even more on economic stimulus and outreach programs, to mitigate the workplace misunderstandings with our disadvantaged ISIS colleagues!
Just shoot me already. Wait, no, I mean don’t shoot me, I’m just the keyboard player. But someone in the above equation definitely needs to be taken out and shot, and it’s not truck drivers just trying to make a living.