ISIS Releases This Statement: ‘We Will Attack Texas Again, We Will Kill Christians, And The Attack Will Be Far Worse’

By Theodore Shoebat

ISIS recently released a statement boasting themselves of the attack in Garland, TX, stating their desire to kill Christians in America, and that the next attack will “be harsher and worse”. In the statement, released on Al Bayan radio, ISIS declared:

We say to the defenders of the cross, the U.S., that future attacks are going to be harsher and worse… The Islamic State soldiers will inflict harm on you with the grace of Allah. The future is just around the corner.

When ISIS references to the “nation of the Cross,” what they mean is their intent to kill Christians.

As Shoebat.com reported, that “the attack in Garland Texas was carried out by ISIS lone wolves” and today the police revealed “Elton Simpson,” reportedly one of the two gunmen responsible for the shooting in Garland, Texas, was indeed a homegrown ISIS lone wolf and a convert to Islam who in 2010 had links to ISIS.

Elton Simpson

Elton Simpson

Simpson and his unidentified friend received their orders from an Islamic al-Shabaab terrorist from Minnesota, named, Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan. It is said that in April 23 Hassan called for violence against the anti-Muhammad event in Texas. He was absolutely devoted to the cause of ISIS, and even encouraged the recruitment of Americans into ISIS, and pushed for Muslims in America to slaughter people within the US.

Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan

Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan

Last year, Shoebat.com had warned in the ISIS Manifesto that ISIS had planed revenge attacks in the US and the group Simpson was linked to had called Muslims to destroy all of Texas. Simpson who received his orders from Hassan answers the call.

Simpson, who was identified as an American Muslim, was indicted in January 2010 for making false statements to FBI agents. They claimed Simpson said he did not have plans to travel to Somalia despite an FBI informant recording a conversation indicating otherwise. The indictment also charged that the statement involved international and domestic terrorism, “for the purpose of engaging in violent jihad.”

The FBI’s criminal investigation into Simpson began in 2006 in Phoenix, because at the time he was associating with someone the FBI believed was attempting to set up a terrorist cell in Arizona.

An FBI informant, Daba Deng, who is from Kenya and attended the same mosque as Simpson, befriended him in 2006. At the time, Deng told Simpson he was new to Islam and wanted to learn more. He began meeting with Simpson three to four times a week and recorded their conversations.

Simpson was let go. “The possibility that the defendant did in fact intend to go to Somalia to engage in violent jihad exists, as the defendant never presented an alternative reason for going there. However, that is not the defendant’s burden and as stated, the Government has not established beyond a reasonable doubt that the Defendant had such intentions,” the court found.

Minutes before the deadly attack, a Twitter account that may have belonged to Simpson used the hashtag #texasattack to make a preemptive announcement. Simpson tweeted under the title Sharia Is Light prior to the shooting this message:

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Shoebat.com, yesterday, found it easy to recognize from the lingo “bro” and the Arabic written in English “Amirul Mu’minin” which meant “Prince of the Faithful” which can only be interpreted as the current Caliph Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi of ISIS. This would mean, as we reported, that the two are lone wolves and are homegrown American Muslim terrorists, who gave allegiance to ISIS.

After the attack, the “AbuHussainAlBritani” account began tweeting praise of the Texas shooting, and linked the attack to ISIS.

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Hassan is wanted by the FBI and is on an FBI photo list alongside other Somali terrorists, as we can see from this snapshot:

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Hassan went by the alias, “Mujahid Miski,” and last year he praised the 9/11 attack on Twitter. Commenting on one photo of the Twin Towers being devastated, Hassan wrote:

What a beautiful sight to look at… This is heart cooling for the Believers.

On a photo of a soldier holding a U.S. flag, captioned, “Never Forget Sept. 11, 2001,” Miski callously wrote, “God willing you’ll have more of them to remember soon.”

Hassan is associated with ISIS, in that he was found to be encouraging ISIS recruitment. In December of last year it was reported that while Hassas was believed to be currently fighting for the terrorist group Al-Shabaab, he changed his online location status to Baghdad, Iraq. He also praised American Muslim, Abu Yusef, for leaving Minnesota to fight for ISIS.

Abu Yusef, American Muslim who left the US to fight for ISIS.

Abu Yusef, American Muslim who left the US to fight for ISIS.

Yusef fought for ISIS only to be killed in battle in the area of Kobane in northern Syria. Hassan praised his death.

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Last year, Shoebat.com reported of how an ISIS propaganda trading group posted these disturbing words on Twitter:

the US-Mexican border is now open large numbers of people crossing

The Texas law department found a message on Twitter from ISIS, saying

Americans in for ruin (sic).

ISIS wants to cross into the United States through the US-Mexican border. The Texas Department of Public Safety has given this warning:

A review of ISIS social media messaging during the week ending August 26 shows that militants are expressing an increased interest in the notion that they could clandestinely infiltrate the southwest border of US, for terror attack … Social media account holders believed to be ISIS militants and propagandists have called for unspecified border operations, or they have sought to raise awareness that illegal entry through Mexico is a viable option … The identities of persons operating these accounts cannot be independently verified; however the accounts were selected for monitoring based on several indications that they have been used by actual ISIS militants for propaganda purposes and collectively reach tens of thousands of followers… One account was verified as belonging to an individual located in Mosul, Iraq.

Judicial Watch has made this statement:

Agents across a number of Homeland Security, Justice and Defense agencies have all been placed on alert and instructed to aggressively work all possible leads and sources concerning this imminent terrorist threat

According to the Texas law department, some 32 Facebook and Twitter posts by jihadists have been found expressing interest in the US-Mexican border, with even “calls for border infiltration”. ISIS knows that there are a large amount of people crossing into American through Mexico, and plans on using this to their advantage. As the Texas law department reports:

This Twitter account holder, who is the administrator of an ISIS propaganda trading group, stated that the time was right for such an action because “the US-Mexican border is now open large numbers of people crossing”

It appears that now ISIS is already in Texas, and lone agents, who are already born within the US but recruited ideologically, are acting as acolytes for the Islamic State. The Muslim terrorists are now using the rap ghetto culture to their advantage, since the people in America who want to be “thugs” and emulate ghetto trash, already harbor hatred for the police and America, and are ready for the picking to be used for violence.

On Monday morning, FBI agents and investigators could be seen cordoning off and searching the apartment, as well as a white van believed to belong to Simpson. Investigators are also reviewing computer records from materials found at the home.

Killed: FBI crime scene investigators look at the bodies of the two killed gunmen outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas on Monday. Police killed the two men after they opened fire at an anti-Islam event on Sunday

FBI crime scene investigators look at the bodies of the two killed gunmen outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas.

Destroyed: Investigators destroyed some of the belongings found inside the back of the suspects' car, pictured, as a precaution

Investigators destroyed some of the belongings found inside the back of the suspects’ car, pictured, as a precaution

Aftermath: An FBI crime scene investigator documents the area around the two deceased gunmen and their vehicle

An FBI crime scene investigator documents the area around the two deceased gunmen and their vehicle

Raid: Police tape surrounds a vehicle, believed to belong to one of the two gunmen, in Phoenix, Arizona on Monday

Police tape surrounds a vehicle, believed to belong to one of the two gunmen, in Phoenix, Arizona

Probe: Investigators pull belongings from the back of the truck, believed to belong to Simpson, on Monday morning

Investigators pull belongings from the back of the truck, believed to belong to Simpson, on Monday morning

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  • Daniel Mrg

    Whenever I see Tolkien’s Orchs on film, I come to think of these savages.

    • DeusLoVult

      At least the Orcs are brave…these heathens have to have s*x on their minds (72 virgins) to find the strength to “martyr” themselves.

  • momprayn

    Yes, and Breitbart reporting they are threatening to kill Geller and she has increased her personal security. Pray for MORE brave ones like her and supporters — I hope it all snowballs like when Breitbart was “killed” and cause more to rise up. No doubt there will be a huge push by all the useful idiots to push for “appeasement” and make all people like Geller to be the “enemy” instead of them….as in the UK, Europe. Rush Limbaugh is on “our side” though and coming against all those trying to bash Geller. That’s good because he has a huge audience.
    So we, like the left, shouldn’t let these “crises” go to waste and do everything we can to support and get the truth out about Islam as much and as often as we can while we can, while people are thinking about it more.

    And ….not to be forgotten, in conjunction with the Islamic attacks, come the Feds with their “domestic army/law enforcement”, federalizing our Law Enforcement agencies and using the military to prepare for our “control” when you know what hits the fan, as planned.
    Check out what’s happening in Baltimore (as expected), and “Jade Helm”:

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/05/baltimore-taps-feds-to-oversee-law-enforcement/?cat_orig=us

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/05/worry-over-black-helicopters-goes-mainstream/

  • Grandmere

    Wow, Chef. There is a lot of meat here. I’m going to read it again. One thing stands out to me. Although the Texas/Mexico border is like Swiss cheese, the interior is populated by gun totin’ home lovin’ citizens. When push comes to shove they tend to shoot first and ask questions later. God bless ’em.

    • Julie LaBrecque

      “drag ’em in the door if you have to’ (after they’re shot), as one law officer told my aunt.

      • Delta Rain

        In my state, they can be on my property. which can save on carpet cleaning fees.

  • momprayn
    • Sister E

      Thanks for the info.

  • Sister E

    FBI did not take the appropriate measures against Simpson. This is just an example. FBI need to do more to stop future attacks from happening.

    • Trevor

      Lone wolves are the most tough to detect. Unless we want to live in a society like in the movie “Minority Report,” we need to stay on our toes at all time.

      The price of freedom is eternal viligance.

      • Sister E

        That’s true.

    • Steve Smith

      They are in bed with them.

  • Sister E

    It seems to me that this Draw Mohammad Day contest tends to be only supporting Charlie Hebdo. I don’t think it has nothing to do with Christianity, or helping Christians, or defending the truth about Christianity.

    • Julie LaBrecque

      I’m with you on that.

      • Sister E

        Thanks!

      • billobillo54

        That’s not the point. Liberty and freedom of speech are precious and were introduced into Western Civilization and defended by Christians and others over the centuries. The Draw Muhammad Day was about defending our liberty that was bought and paid for by the death and suffering of many over centuries. Paul commanded Timothy to pray for rulers “so that we can live a quiet and peaceful life in all godliness.” He also asked that prayers be offered for him and his evangelism team so that they may have an opportunity to preach the Gospel of Grace. Without this freedom, we would be suppressed and harassed if not silenced and murdered by these Muslim savages. Pam Geller and Robert Spencer are brave and considerate heroes among wolves, cowards and Quislings.

        • Julie LaBrecque

          I don’t subscribe to intentional public defamation and mockery, which has provocation as tis goal – it always ends in retribution. All of our rights, when taken to their extremes entail dire consequences.
          Abortion is legal because of taking the rights spelled out in the constitution to their extreme.

          • billobillo54

            The legalization of abortion has nothing to do with any accurate or honest reading of the Constitution. This satirizing of Muhammad was not intended to provoke violence, but conversely, was intended to bolster liberty in the face of the tyranny of Islam. Islam, an ideology that asserts that it is absolute truth and must be obeyed in all things that pertain to human thought, world and action, due to the fallaciousness and the absurdness of its claims coupled with its extreme evil, must be not only condemned, rejected, criticized, but also ridiculed. What is the difference between asserting that Islam is Satanic (as you do), is apostasy (as you do), is fraudulent (as you do), is abusive (as you do), is malevolent (as you do), is perverted (as you do, all of which I agree with you) and ridiculing Islam? If, due to your harsh condemnation of Islam Muslims threaten or attempt to kill you, are we to therefore castigate you for being “provocative?”

          • Julie LaBrecque

            If the situation (a Muslim speaking with me) ever arises, I would not begin any exchange by castigating or defaming him – all humans are created in the image and likeness of God, and because of that, from a Christian perspective, we owe every human at the least, that initial decency. Do you presuppose that you could convert a Muslim by openly defaming/castigating him – or his Book? You would have just lost the opportunity to share the saving work of Jesus Christ with him – I don’t want anybody’s blood on my hands. If others choose the openly-defiant approach, that is their choice, not mine. Lest we all forget, Walid was a Muslim and was not led to Christ by or through defamation. Three years I walked up to a seasonal mall booth that was run by 2 Jewish men (selling Dead Sea Salts, etc). Once I saw the price of their goods, I had no intention in purchasing anything. One of them spoke to me, I inquired of his last name, was it Jewish, he responded ‘yes’ but went no further. At that point I knew I needed a good-will offering to open up a dialogue with him/them, so I agreed to purchase two items, horribly expensive, but felt the opening it might make was worth it. I spoke with both of them, explained how/why Jesus was the Son of God, their long- awaited Messiah, etc. Although I did not convince either of them of this truth, I left a seed. Later that day, reviewing that event, I realized that I should not have used the ‘Jesus’ name, but Yeshua, as many Jews are offended by the English name for him. At the least, a seed was planted and I learned a better approach for the ‘next’ encounter, if one ever occurred. Had I began the exchange by defaming them, calling them descendants of Christ-killers, the dialogue would have ended at its beginning.

          • billobillo54

            The Muhammad Cartoon Exposition is not about evangelism, it is about defending the West and the U.S. against the overwhelmingly evident, growing and pervasive danger of political Islam. In a Muslim dominated society you would not have the right or the opportunity to dialogue with Jews about Jesus and you would not have the right or opportunity to freely preach the Gospel of Grace as you did at that mall. So you’re very premise is errant since we are talking about politics and not evangelization. Pam Geller, Geert Wilders and Robert Spencer are not evangelists, they are trying to save us from certain Islamization. The entire comparison you made between talking to the Jews at the mall and ridiculing Islam is illegitimate. If you are completely unconcerned about our liberty and safety, and the liberty and safety of you grandchildren, and are exclusively and narrowly focused on evangelization of Muslims, that too is errant. You must have enormous problems with Ted and Walid constantly condemning Islam in the most harsh and extensive condemnation on this very public and international web page each and every day. Applying presuppositions that underpin how evangelism must be practiced among Muslims or (this you have not suggested but I hear it all the time from Christians) how subjugated Christian dhimmis must speak, act and behave toward politically and socially abusive and superior Muslims who will persecute them for the slightest reason, applying these standards to all of us who are fighting for our liberty in the political arena in the West against Islam, is suicidal.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            While shoebat.com being public is true, the articles provided are written to and on behalf of a specific audience, and does not, as far as I have seen, defamation as its basis, its goal, or its end. If you or anybody else chooses to openly defame any body or thing, that is your choice and I would be the last to try to have that right abolished. We have the right to free speech, but anyone who would cry out ‘fire’ in a theater or stating that they would like somebody hurt, they will be, rightly, hauled off to jail. Using the abortion issue as an example; which approach do you think is more effective, long-term, in changing public opinion:
            Killing abortion doctors; screaming at the women that they are baby killers; or the March for Life and all that pro-life groups provide – counseling, housing, medical care, adoption services, ultrasound, etc? You being a male and I being a female implies, as a general rule, innate and irreconcilable differences – males tend to be more aggressive/violent, females more sympathetic/nurturing.

          • billobillo54

            The Cartoon Exposition asserts undeniable facts about Islam. The reason it is inflammatory is strictly due to the authoritarian and violent nature of Islam. If you take the time to watch Wilder’s Spencer’s speech at the event and Pam Geller’s discussions in the media after the event, you will see that the tone is not, as you inaccurately characterized it, as “screaming” and threatening, etc. It was a position of moral superiority, truth and reason in the face of an extremely evil and vitriolic political phenomenon, Islam. And, again you miss the point. Geller is not attempting to change the minds of Muslims. She is attempting to save Americans from the evil of Islam by asserting our rights and demonstrating the totalitarian nature of political Islam. As a Christian I am much more concerned about the sanctification of the Saint than I am the salvation of the sinner. While both are mandated by the Lord and are major concerns of the Lord, the sinners will hear the Gospel of Grace if the Saint is sanctified. In our nation, I am more concerned about educating Americans as to the dangers of political Islam than I am in dissuading Muslims away from political Islam. Once Islam becomes a substantial minority in the U.S. (say around 5%), Islam will be normalized and the massive dhimmiatude will begin.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            I am not and have not, nor will condemn what Pamela and Robert did – if any innocent people (any outside of the event) had been killed due to the event, the blood of those lives would be on their hands and we would be having an entirely different discussion – we know that some JIhadists need no ‘expressed’ provocation as a cause to slaughter people. You see the event as a declaration of rights, but many see it as intentional provocation – and it was. As people who sang the praises of Charlie Hebdo after the massacre, they were championing an outfit that utterly blasphemed Christ, Mary, and Christians. I deplore everything that Charlie Hebdo represented and did – there are ways other than insult to make or further a point.

          • billobillo54

            If any bloodshed occurred the bloodshed would be 100% on the hands of the jihadists. Enablers would include any and all who seek to criticize or defame the efforts of the free speech advocates. You and others are overemphasizing the influence of Charlie Hebdo. Robert Spencer, Geert Wilders and Pam Geller have been in this fight for a long time, long before Charlie Hebdo. Charlie Hebdo is a legitimate talking point that they used. These same types of events have occurred and have been sponsored by these champions of liberty long before Charlie Hebdo. Robert Spencer, Pam Geller and Geert Wilders are ALL advocates and proponents of the influence of Christianity on our culture. They repeatedly make strong statements and narratives that support, uplift, and praise Christianity, both in its current and historical context. Why not listen to their speeches at the event. I have included the links here.

            http://www.jihadwatch.org/2015/05/video-and-transcript-robert-spencer-at-muhammad-art-exhibit

    • Willing to die for Jesus

      Exactly, as Christians we really shouldn’t be praising the Hebdo tactic, a lot of atheist who hate God are into this – I don’t want to be standing next to them, as much as I dislike and want Islam critiqued and all

      • Grandmere

        That’s right. Bill Mahar is a prime example.

        • billobillo54

          That’s not the point and it is not correct. The comparison is flawed. Pam Geller and Robert Spencer are not aggressive atheists who disparage Christianity. Both are positive about Christianity and its contribution to Western Civilization. Robert Spencer is a practicing Roman Catholic. Satire is a legitimate and even godly (certainly when expressing truth) means of commentary. Atheists are not the sole purveyors of criticism, satire or sarcasm. Jesus referred to Herod as “that fox.” Paul wrote that the distorters of the Gospel of Grace should “mutilate themselves” (i.e. genitally mutilate themselves). What’s more inflammatory, telling a Muslim that they worship Satan, are enemies of God, are apostates, need to be killed in self defense, that their religion should be banned, that they should be deported or satirizing their Prophet? Are you not just as “inflammatory” as Geller when you stand for the Christian truth against Islam?

          • Julie LaBrecque

            You really think that Paul was serious in instructing for castration? He was using hyperbolic speech with which to make a point; the whole ordeal was connected with circumcision.

          • billobillo54

            Obviously he was not serious but was using hyperbole to make a point. So, the Christian today, rather than always being pacifistic in the face of evil, can with Apostolic authority and the example of Christ Himself (e.g. referring to Herod, “tell that fox…”), use hyperbole or even sarcasm and by extension satire, as Paul did in the example I cited.

          • Grandmere

            I ‘m afraid you misunderstood my post. I was just responding to the idea that some virulent Atheists use their comedic platform to bash any religion and praise the Charlie Hebdos. I would not put him in the same room as Geller or Spencer.

          • billobillo54

            I see. Thanks for the reply. I too am not a fan of Hebdo. I see aggressive atheists as very dangerous and threatening and actually, natural allies with Muslims. But I would not utter one word against their action of ridiculing Islam.

        • billobillo54

          As much as I dislike the politics and the extreme atheist hatred of Christianity displayed by Bill Maher, he has much more insight and guts in railing against Islam than some Christians do. Bill Maher’s condemnation of Islam, if dominant, would save the world and many innocent and abused people from the plague of Islam.

          • Grandmere

            I agree with you. It takes guts. He is an equal opportunity man when it comes to any faith.

      • billobillo54

        Pam Geller and Robert Spencer are not aggressive atheists who disparage Christianity. Both are positive about Christianity and its contribution to Western Civilization. Robert Spencer is a practicing Roman Catholic. Satire is a legitimate and even godly (certainly when expressing truth) means of commentary. Atheists are not the sole purveyors of criticism, satire or sarcasm. Jesus referred to Herod as “that fox.” Paul wrote that the distorters of the Gospel of Grace should “mutilate themselves” (i.e. genitally mutilate themselves). What’s more inflammatory, telling a Muslim that they worship Satan, are enemies of God, are apostates, need to be killed in self defense, that their religion should be banned, that they should be deported or satirizing their Prophet? Are you not just as “inflammatory” as Geller when you stand for the Christian truth against Islam?

        • Willing to die for Jesus

          you have a point but I still have my concerns; unlike Shoebat’s site, it has occurred to me with discussions with fellow Christians that Spencer in particular as the Christian is diluting his Christian message (we know Gellar is not Christian, but a non-Christian Jew), to pander to the atheist crowd, and Gellar too, as long as they are of the “right” political spectrum, that is my worry… the idea that we’re both enemies of Islam, a commenter who said “the enemy of my enemy is.. still my enemy” quoting Netanyahu, I think it applies… but thanks for your remark, I do see where you are coming from, maybe you can see where I am too? God bless you.

          • billobillo54

            Pam Geller, Robert Spencer and Geert Wilders are not about evangelism or about the promotion of Christianity. They are about the preservation of liberty which is the product of Christianity and the Enlightenment. God bless you Willing…

    • Grandmere

      You are right about that.

    • billobillo54

      Liberty and freedom of speech are precious and were introduced into Western Civilization and defended by Christians and others over the centuries. The Draw Muhammad Day was about defending our liberty that was bought and paid for by the death and suffering of many over centuries. Paul commanded Timothy to pray for rulers “so that we can live a quiet and peaceful life in all godliness.” He also asked that prayers be offered for him and his evangelism team so that they may have an opportunity to preach the Gospel of Grace. Without this freedom, we would be suppressed and harassed if not silenced and murdered by these Muslim savages. Pam Geller and Robert Spencer are brave and considerate heroes among wolves, cowards and Quislings.

  • Behnam

    I wish the world as a whole would call out islam for being an evil cult and set out to destroy it. Of course only Christ will do that

  • EBH54

    Pamela Geller does great job defending free speech.

    Who is the obnoxious blowhard?

    • EBH54
    • Willing to die for Jesus

      On CNN *puke* why would she disgrace herself (Geller) and go on that network nobody watches it anymore, its so 1990s

      • EBH54

        She is committed for her message. Islam sucks! She is willing to go almost anywhere and endure hardships to get her message out.
        Everyone who loves free speech should be 100% behind her.
        It is Camerota the disgusting liberal hypocrite that should be attacked.

      • DeusLoVult

        CNN is bad, but MSNBC is worse…they don’t even check to see if their sources are reliable. A fine example:

        • Grandmere

          ROFL. I had forgotten that one!

          • DeusLoVult

            “And it would appear, that the plane was shot down by a blast of wind from Howard Stern’s a*s” “So, it would appear that the plane…” LOL. The way she continues speaking without realizing that something was wrong. I agree with the caller. She IS a d*mbass. Pardon my French, my lady Grandmere. 🙂

      • billobillo54

        Pam Geller is a hero and a woman of courage and insight surrounded by cowards, Quislings and traitors. We should be doing everything possible to support her and should not utter one world of criticism since she deserves nothing but praise and admiration. That goes for Geert Wilders and Robert Spencer too.

  • Trevor

    In an odd, twisted way of thinking, it’s somehow refreshing our enemy think we are the nation of the cross. Take that, Obama!

    • Jeff Benton

      Eeee Gads….; I must be twisted then…. Because the very first thing I thought when I read that was “What an awesome compliment” 🙂 🙂 🙂
      We ARE the defenders of the Cross of Jesus Christ…

      • Kamau41

        Yes we are. Ultimately God is on America’s side!!!

      • Trevor

        I was thinking how ironic it was. Maybe Obama should listen to them? HA HA HA HA HA!

    • Willing to die for Jesus

      I have to disagree – the REST (as opposed to the West) think we are rotten and have nothing to offer them – just sodomy, contraception, etc – all that stuff related to US-Aid and all, which is a fifth column in nations and they don’t see you as a nation of the Cross, Muslim fanatics do, who only want to sully Christianity… please I wouldn’t want nominal Christian countries who disrespect their heritage to act as ambassadors of Christ (the Cross)… my dissenting view… but I see where you’re coming… I’m trying to see it from a Western missionary viewpoint (say in Africa or Asia… and how they view the sodomite Prot mainline churches like Eposcopal/ Anglican Western diktats)… and HOLLYWOOD which is ANTI-CHRISTIAN is what they equate to the USA and the West by extension…. which endangers not only YOU but Europe and Australia too

      • Trevor

        It was a joke. I couldn’t resist taking shots at Obama.

  • Tom_mcewen

    If you are being hunted because they think you are a christian, you may react by becoming one. they have chosen the hard path of killing five billion people some of who will not go gentle into the good night but take a few with them. The Koran says it necessary that we fight or kneel, so be it. Game on.

  • billobillo54

    I wonder if Franklin Graham (who just renounced the Cartoon Exposition as some sort of inappropriate activity that caused Muslims violence), and the likes of Bill OReilly and Laura Ingham, Donald Trump and other dhimmis will now blame Texas and Pam Geller for Islamic perpetrated violence. Each one of these people are submitting to Islam when they condemn Pam Geller. They should ask ISIS and other Muslims to give them a list of what the kafir can do and say to avoid being killed.

  • billobillo54

    Everything you wrote here is true. Still, it is errant to apply the standards that suppressed dhimmi Christians must unjustly suffer under at the hands of their Muslim masters in the East to the U.S. When leaders, out of an understandable concern for the safety of the dhimmi Christians suggest or demand that Western Christians adopt the same pacifistic position the oppressed Eastern Christians understandably adopt for mere self preservation, the leaders are clueless, destructive and are accommodating and enabling the Islamization of the West. There is never one place in the Scriptures where Christians are told to desire martyrdom. Paul advise in one of his letters to Timothy that “prayers should be made for rulers (in this case anti-Christian Roman Pagan rulers and antagonistic Jewish rulers) THAT WE MAY LEAD A QUIET AND PEACFUL LIFE IN ALL GODLINESS.” Many Christians and others have suffered and died to maintain our freedom, a freedom which you and all of us are so richly bless by.

  • billobillo54

    And DO SOMETHING LIKE PAM GELLER HAS TO PREVENT THIS.

  • billobillo54

    Most of what you wrote above is truth and I agree with you (although I’m not sure of the spirit you are offering this in). But, if even a “smidgeon” of your admonition is intended to discourage Christians or others from acting politically, socially, or militarily in self defense against the Muslim perpetrators of Sharia abuse and jihad then I admonish you to stop. Please do not confuse Christianity with pacifism, fatalism, indolence, inactivity in the face of extreme evil or the establishment, enabling and perpetration of evil, violent and corrupt government (e.g. Islam).

  • Tom_mcewen

    you are not only in loo-loo-land, but a hundred years in the future, run out of meds, take a lay down.

  • billobillo54

    Great point. But, Robert Spencer is a practicing Roman Catholic. Yes, this was a Constitutional event that promoted liberty in the face of Islamic barbarism, but, as you would agree I’m sure, Christians should be, can be and are champions of liberty.

  • billobillo54

    Great point. But, Robert Spencer is a practicing Roman Catholic. Yes, this was a Constitutional event that promoted liberty in the face of Islamic barbarism, but, as you would agree I’m sure, Christians should be, can be and are champions of liberty.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    Depends on state law.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    Depends on which state you live in.

  • Daniel Mrg

    Lol, perhaps you’re right.

  • Julie

    So be it many more people and Christians die…

    but the cup is overflowing with Christ’s blood and He will avenge and it will be terrible for the cowards killing innocent people and children….

    I pray for the end of the knife religion.

  • billobillo54

    Amen.

  • billobillo54

    Yes, I completely understand that, in Christ, death and martyrdom are victories. I too will not deny Christ with the help of God and His Grace if facing death for His Name. No doubt these exhortations are given not only because they are true, but also to comfort and assure the persecuted in a time of seeming, but not actual, abandonment. What is errant to the point of being SICK is to use the examples of persecuted Christians under the ancient Roman persecution or under the initial Jewish persecution of believers or especially under today’s brutal holocaust against eastern Christians perpetrated by Islamicists, to cite these as acceptable or even desirable circumstances for us in our Western societies. Not only is it SICK, BUT IT IS SINFUL. To abandon the proper and godly function of government which is to, among other things, maintain justice and protect the innocent, due to an errant idea of the glories of martyrdom, which are really examples of lazy, careless, (Islamic like) fatalistic and complete self-righteous attitudes is beyond all comprehension. Yet I see it all the time manifested by Christians who live in luxury, domestic tranquility and safety PURCHASED BY THE DEATH OF MANY, MANY PEOPLE OF GOODWILL OVER THE CENTURIES. ARE YOU CERTAIN YOU WILL HAVE NO PROBLEM WATCHING A YOUNG CHRISTIAN GIRL BEING SEXUALLY ABUSED AND THEN SLOWLY KILLED BY A GLADIATOR IN A PUBLIC SPECTACLE? What if the girl happened to be your 9 year old granddaughter. I have determined no to deny Christ under any and all circumstances. I live my life that way under the very mild persecution I have endured from time to time for being a Christian. But to condemn people like Pam Geller for standing up to the fascist, Nazi-Muslims in order to avoid offending the “Savages” (i.e. Muslims) is an ERROR AND A GRAVE IRRESPONSIBILITY.

  • billobillo54

    You are in grave error. Paul wrote in Romans 13 that government is established to keep order and protect the innocent and uphold justice. I suppose you will never accept the protection of the U.S. or local government in order to protect you and your property. Jesus taught to “love your neighbor.” If your neighbor was being attacked by a murderer would you intervene to save your innocent neighbor? Or would you simply stand by and condemn the innocent and brave souls who did have the godliness to intervene to save him? You need to repent and believe the Gospel. The Gospel teaches “Thy Kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.” Read Isaiah 63, or Obadiah or Psalm 129 or the entire Book of Revelation. Read Zechariah 14. YHWH will exert His will VIOLENTLY against His enemies. To be sure, it is not my license and my prerogative to exert vengeance, for retribution is the Lord’s. But IT IS my duty to protect the innocent. I love you too. Please repent form your unchristian pacifism, which is, I sure, an example of gross hypocrisy.

  • billobillo54

    President Obama is an Islamophile. President Obama says he’s a Christian but acts like a Muslim. All of President Obama’s policies disparage Christians and save Muslims from other Muslims because Muslims know nothing but death and war. The Obama ships the Muslims to the U.S. where they can create more violence and discord with endless grievances against the nation that feeds, houses, educates, and protects them. Islam is incompatible with liberty and the West. Islam is a vile and barbaric authoritarian system of death.

  • billobillo54

    I wish we had that attitude all across America. Read many of the responses on this page and you will see we don’t.

  • Daniel Mrg

    How so?

  • Daniel Mrg

    Haha, yeah.. it’s better that they dress up as Orcs than dress up as ISIS jihadist.

  • VikingCelt

    Quite a lot of the south is packing, not just TX.

  • momprayn

    Hi Anthony! Just saw this – yes, I saw that awhile back. No more excuses to keep silent is there? But…they do. I’ll probably start to blog on the right scoop now and saw you there too. If you haven’t been, might want to check out posts by Erik Rush. Here’s excerpts from last year on Hannity:
    “As uncomfortable for them as it may be, (government officials) must come to grips with the fact that Obama is a well-placed saboteur representing malignant interests, enemies both foreign and domestic, that have been strategizing the downfall of the United States for decades,”..

    “The removal of the Obama regime, extrication of Islamists from our government, the closure of our southern border, drastically heightened security procedures and the summary expulsion or prosecution of anyone who even remotely resembles an Islamist or who supports that worldview are now absolute imperatives,” Rush warned.
    http://www.rawstory.com/2014/09/hannity-regular-erik-rush-obama-setting-up-isis-base-in-new-mexico-to-stage-terror-attacks/

  • Daniel Mrg

    Cool!

  • Tom_mcewen

    ISIS should work their way up to Texas, start small, first Washington, then New York,, working all the Blue states, then the Red, then Texas.

  • Daniel Mrg

    Muslims are a far bigger threat to mankind.
    The drug cartels don’t blow up themselves and others all over the world.

  • Grandmere

    Some things eat coyotes.

  • billobillo54

    Our government is of and by the people. Therefore, it is the godly purpose of government to use violence to protect people. No one is advocating vigilante “justice.” You should not condemn the legitimate and godly use of force that is ordained by God Himself.
    I have a couple of questions for you. First, are you a Trinitarian? Do you confess Jesus as the Son of God, the Second Person of the Trinity?
    My second question is this. Would it be wrong for me or anyone else to defend an innocent from being raped and murdered by an evil, malevolent murderer. If the intervention required the utilization of deadly force, does Christ permit this? YES OR NO. If yes, then you had better stop condemning the innocent and participating in the destruction and the abuse of innocent people. If no, then, why are you being disobedient to God.
    I perceive that you are either very confused (at best) or very evil. You need to repent and stop condemning the innocent. And, ,in regards to your admonition for me to join the armed forces and fight ISIS, why would you advise me to do something that you assert is a mortal sin?
    I love you too. You need to believe the Gospel of Grace that you are saved by Grace through faith ALONE. And, stop quoting Scripture out of context.

  • wtf

    my first time joining in on ya’ll thing. but didnt anyone see this coming years ago when every &7-11 was being bought up by them, and now obama keeps our milatary over in thier country while they are over here taking over. They need to come home and save our asses dont you think??? i’m just saying tho…..