Jihad in America
Fox News star: ‘They are coming for us’
August 12, 2014 — WND.com reports: “Jeanine Pirro, host of the Fox News show ‘Justice with Judge Jeanine,’ is warning President Obama the Islamic jihadists killing and threatening Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East are gunning for the U.S.
‘They are coming for us,’ she said on her program. ‘They as much as told us in 2009.’
She said the message was delivered by the leader of the Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was held as a civilian internee by the U.S. in Iraq for most of 2004 and then released.
In his parting message to his captors, he vowed: ‘We’ll see you in New York.’
The ‘ragtag’ team of 800 terrorists, Pirro said, now has grown to more than 10,000 and is ‘without a doubt the most well-funded extremist organization in the world.’
‘Why should you care?’ she asked.
It’s because Baghdadi already has announced he is watching the U.S.
Last week, a spokesman for the Islamic State, formerly known as ISIS, declared the group’s plans to ‘humiliate’ America and its allies and ‘raise the flag of Allah in the White House.’…” (Would to God that Christian ministers would quit delivering ‘feel-good’ sermonettes and begin warning American and Canadian worshippers to prepare for the most dangerous hour that will soon hit America and Canada. Beloved, let’s memorize God’s warning to the church: “Redeeming the time, because the days are evil” – Ephesians 5:16. See the next report.)
Sudanese Cleric: ‘Muhammad Said it is a Duty to Fight and Target America’
July 23, 2014 — Breitbart.com reports: “In a sermon delivered on June 20, Sudanese cleric Muhammad Ali al-Jazouli told his congregation to target and kill American men, women, and children, insisting that the Prophet Muhammad had called for war on America and that those killed by American forces would receive ‘144 black-eyed virgins’ in the afterlife.
In an address translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), al-Jazouli, who has for years promoted violent anti-American sentiments, tells his congregation that all Americans are to blame for any deaths in Iraq. ‘American taxpayers share the blame for the blood of every Iraqi child,’ he says, explaining that ‘killing their women and children is permitted’ because the Prophet Muhammad once said ‘their offspring constitute part of them.’ He argues that Muhammad had taught his followers that anyone who ‘helps kill a Muslim man… no longer enjoys protection,’ and, as such, all Americans were valid targets…”