Tunisia: jihadist went to mosque and prayed, just like the other young men…

“Normal”. He was a “normal” Muslim. Just let that sink in. And then contrast this new (old) “normal” with useful idiots and Mohammedan taqiyya gigolos who keep telling us that its only “a tiny minority of excremists” that we should be concerned about. By now it should be absolutely clear that it is exactly the other way around: the “radicals” got their Islam right, and when you scratch the surface of a “moderate”,  you are more than likely to find a Koranimal underneath.

Before you decide to make a vacation trip to another Muslim country please watch this. If a Muslim makes the triangle even your Muslim Hotel manager can cut your head off.

The Jihad Triangle
http://www.answeringmuslims.com Many people are confused by jihad. If Islam is a religion of peace, why is there a persistent problem of radicalism… YOUTUBE.COM ((David Wood))
‘An attack upon the nests of fornication, vice and disbelief in God’:

ISIS’s chilling words after Tunisian massacre which killed 38 as they warn ‘worse is to follow’

  • ISIS have named Abu Yahya Qayrawani as the man who killed 38 tourists 
  • Holidaymakers shot on the beach, in the street and in a hotel on Friday
  • Fifteen Britons confirmed dead, but Tunisian PM warns there will be more
  • Are you in Sousse? Email news@mailonline.co.uk or ring 00442036153475 

ISIS extremists have claimed the massacre which left 38 dead was an ‘attack upon the nests of fornication, vice and disbelief in God’ – as they warned ‘worse is to follow’.

The threat accompanied a picture of the man ISIS claim was behind the assault on innocent holidaymakers, who they name as Abu Yahya Qayrawani.

It is thought this is jihadi name of the killer fatally shot by authorities after Friday’s attack, a 23-year-old aviation student called Seifeddine Rezgui, who was armed with an assault rifle and grenades

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Face of a killer: This is the man ISIS claim carry out the attack, named by them as Abu Yahya Al Qayrawani