The Russian city of Saint Petersburg was rocked this morning by a subway bomb that killed 10 and injured dozens more.
Hours later, a second explosive device was discovered in the Russian city. Thankfully, authorities were able to detect and defuse the bomb before it was able to complete its mission of mayhem. Now, while the Russian people are still reeling from the violence and destruction of what is presumably a terrorist attack this is still unfolding, ISIS has begun a sickening celebration.
“’We ask Allah to bless the operation by the lions of the Caliphate, we ask Allah to kill the Crusaders,’ said an ISIS supporter from the terror group’s al-Minbar online forum. Others celebrated by saying that the Monday bombs made for ‘a metro to hell for the worshipers of the Cross’ and claimed that the attacks — which are still under investigation by Russian authorities — were revenge for Russia’s backing of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s fight against ISIS and other rebel groups in Syria’s civil war. Russian airstrikes and shelling in Syria have killed hundreds of people and reduced entire areas to rubble.”
This is one of the more poignant statements from members of the international terror conglomerate, as it clearly outlines their version of this global conflict. ISIS is not attacking these nations nations such as the U.S., Russia, France, and Germany because these nations convey more freedom than they are allowed. To ISIS, this is pure Jihad. Pure Holy War.
When the caliphate and their sickening droves of followers openly admit that they are attacking “worshipers of the Cross”, it is time for the world to eschew the beliefs of former U.S. President Barack Obama and his globalist allies and recognize this threat for what it truly is: An intrinsic hatred for those who are not followers of the Quran or of the Prophet Muhammad. This is a pure hate, so powerful that it defies logic and rational thinking. This is a hate born into every man, woman, and child of the Islamic faith.
With such an enormous, inborn hate for Christianity running rampant among the Muslim faithful, one can no longer look at the ease of radicalization as an anomaly. The hatred to which these monsters play is not so much learned as it is absorbed by the very culture in which Muslim children are raised.
While it is certainly true that not all Muslims are inherently ready to commit such atrocious acts, the world must learn to recognize that the path to radicalization is a far simpler one to discover in a faith that is so openly ready to eradicate those who they believe are heretical Christians.