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Reader comment on item: I Give Up: There Is No Terrorism, There Are No Terrorists

Submitted by FatherJon (Australia), Jun 2, 2015 at 21:08

Perhaps the clue lies in the name of the BBC spokesman who denies terrorism, Tarik Kafala. The notorious 'kafala' system has been explained as the new kind of modern slavery in which the infidels from the third world work in the Gulf States and Saudi for pittance wages - $50 a week

But this is a definite common narrative amonsgt the leftist/liberal media and its readers.We sat through it with Charlie Hebdo, and we've seen it with the 'lone wolf' attacks around the world on police officers, soldiers, anyone in uniform. We saw it recently in Garland, Texas at the cartoon competition.

Perhaps it's not always possible to find verifiable links from ISIS/Al Quaeda HQ in each separate incident, but these people are all drawing their own inspiration from their 'big daddy' Al-Baghdadi, who instructs his minions to carry out Mohammed's jihad in their home territory. Various quotes from the Koran and hadiths are usually found on home computers of these terrorists. Indeed, the name of Al Quaeda's online journal is just called 'Inspire'.

Mr Kafala may have trouble identifying what terrorism means, but I have no such problem!


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