As liberal politicians the world over continue to repeat the ridiculous assertions that ISIS is “on the run” or “desperate”, members of Al Qaeda have a very different opinion of the new number one in international terror.
ISIS, by all means, is the successor to Al Qaeda. Both groups were born from a radicalization of the Muslim faith, and have been holed up in the darkest corners of the Middle East for some time. Al Qaeda, however, took a massive blow as the United States and her allies engaged in an international “war on terror”, that turned over as many terror-concealing rocks as possible in the wake of the sadistic and horrific attacks of September 11, 2001.
ISIS grew out of the rubble of Middle Eastern nations who were ravaged by the good guys in their search for Al Qaeda’s operatives. Now, one such leader of the nearly-archaic group is speaking from his jail cell about the dangers posed by ISIS, and what Al Qaeda members think of the new group’s dastardly tactics.
“An attorney who represents some of the biggest names in the al Qaeda terror group has revealed that even they are uncomfortable with the rise of the Islamic State and are ‘disturbed’ by the group’s behavior.
“In an interview with West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center, Bernard Kleinman talked at length about his time representing clients such as Ramzi Yousef, one of the perpetrators of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, and Wadih el-Hage, who helped with the 1998 East Africa bombings.
“Kleinman has also assisted the defense team of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks.
“According to Kleinman, the al Qaeda operatives he has spoken with believe that ISIS has been corrupting Islam, an interesting claim given that many moderate Muslims would likely level that same charge at al Qaeda. Founded by Osama bin Laden, the terror group has carried out assassinations, bombings in Africa, and the devastating attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, that have resulted in the death of thousands of innocent people.”
It has long been assumed that ISIS was part of something revolutionary, as it pertains to Islamic terrorism, and these notes from Al Qaeda are merely confirmation of this fact.
Disturbingly, leftist and globalist leaders the world over have been widely ignoring the rise and spread of ISIS in recent months, led by former U.S. President Barack Obama’s refusal to admit that radical Islamic terrorism even exists. This foolish and ignorant stance has permeated many cultures the world over, leading to a remarkable increase in violence across Europe, directly proportional to the population shifts that have occurred in the continuing aftermath of the Syrian refugee crisis.