Holy Shiite, Batman! Which Muslims will the Left support — the Shias or the Sunnis? What a conundrum…
What the heck is Barry going to call this?
More ‘workplace violence’?
ISIS is a radical group of Sunni Muslims, and they view the Shiite branch of Islam little better than devil-worshippers — even worse than the Infidels.
Iran is a Shiite theocratic state that has been assisting in propping up Bashar al-Assad, the Dictator in Syria that the so-called ‘Caliphate’ is fighting against.
It was only a matter of time before these two branches clashed.
ISIS struck first, hard and with vengeance.
The targets included Iran’s Parliament and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini in Tehran.
President Trump has said in his historic speech in Saudi Arabia that the main targets of radicalized Muslims are other Muslims.
Looks like President Trump is right again.
And now the Media (D) can’t ignore it.
But guess what? Iran is blaming Saudi Arabia for the attacks that killed 12 and injured 35.
Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has accused Saudi Arabia of being behind an ISIS attack which killed 12 people and wounded 35 at the country’s parliament and a shrine to Ayatollah Kohmeini on Wednesday.
A statement published by state-backed media said: ‘This terrorist attack happened only a week after the meeting between the U.S. President Donald Trump and the Saudi backward leaders who support terrorists.
‘The fact that Islamic State has claimed responsibility proves that they [Saudi Arabia] were involved in the brutal attack.’
ISIS earlier said fighters armed with AK47s and pistols stormed parliament through the civilian entrance while disguising themselves as women by wearing burkas, shooting security guards before detonating a suicide bomb, killing at least five and wounding 25.
Meanwhile two more suicide bombers attacked a shrine to Ayatollah Khomeini, the founder of modern-day Iran, as another suicide device was detonated, killing at least two and injuring another 10.
Read more: Daily Mail
Watch the Breaking BBC report:
Here is the ISIS suicide attack at the Khomeini Shrine in Tehran:
Iran blaming Saudi Arabia is a huge deal.
It comes on the heels of the news that the Saudis have led a group of six nations in the Arabian peninsula to cut ties with Qatar for their support of ‘Iranian terrorist groups’. President Trump had praised Saudi Arabia for the move and said that it could be ‘the beginning of the end of the horror of terrorism.’
It looks like things are coming to a head in the Middle East.
The factions of Islam are now facing each other as enemies.
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