San Bernardino Muslim mass murderers DID pledge allegiance to ISIS…but couldn’t spell leader’s NAME

FBI documents show that a page associated with Tashfeen Malik was updated after the attack started with a message pledging open support for the terror group and its evil ruler Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

But astonishingly the 27-year-old, who went on the rampage with husband Syed Farook, appears to have been unable to spell the despotic terrorist’s name.

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  • Blacksmith

    Well that reporter is just as impressive, they were NOT machine guns you moron! If you don’t know what they are maybe you should use the generic term guns or even weapons.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Contemporary “journalists” by and large cannot even pass a 7th Grade grammar test from 1965. Most are incapable of genuine “research”. If they hold diplomas from Carleton U., they are guaranteed STOOPID. Ditto Ryerson, U of T and York (Hamas) U.

  • Mal

    Well I never! Muslims that can’t spell? Imagine that!
    What’s their illiteracy rate, again?

    • Justin St.Denis

      I seem to recall it to be about 82%. Among women, it is likely closer to 95%.

    • Solo712

      She lived in Saudi Arabia, for crying out loud. They don’t spell Arabic names in English there, ya know ?

      • Mal

        Nice try, Sol.
        I repeat, what’s the percentage of illiteracy in their abysmal faith?
        Don’t want to answer that one honestly, do you, schmuck?

      • Justin St.Denis

        She was Pakistani. Chances are she did not speak Arabic. Few muslims do, beyond their ability to recite the Koran in Arabic, a language they neither understand nor speak fluently.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          I know the words to Love in an Elevator.
          I hate that I do because I did not choose to.
          92 CHITI FM!

          • Justin St.Denis

            I feel the same way about “Janie’s Got A Gun”. Weren’t those two songs from the same overplayed Aerosmith album?

            P.S. I do not own ANY Aerosmith albums.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Aerosmith and Al Jolson have a lot in common.
            Vaudeville.
            We can dance if we want to.
            We can leave your friends behind.
            Cause your friends don’t dance.
            And if they don’t dance.
            Well, they’re no friends of mine.

  • Minicapt

    I thought everyone knew how to spell “Obama” …

    Cheers

  • Everyone Else

    This story is nonsense. Arabic names get spelled phonetically in English, allowing many possible spellings.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    You know, Men Without Hats had a lot of good songs that never got played on the radio.
    (I come from Utter Space, at least I think I do.)
    Same with Dexy’s Midnight Runners.
    (Don’t Stand Me Down)
    And Talk Talk.
    Their album Spirit of Eden is a classic that no one knows about.

    • Justin St.Denis

      You are wrong! I have every TalkTalk cd ever released, and Spirit of Eden is my favorite. I actually own several Men Without Hats cd’s, but consider them to be vastly inferior to another Montreal-based band of the same period – The Box.

      Dexy’s Midnight Runners somehow irritate me like few bands can. never could quite put my finger on it. I possibly relate them to Bob Geldof, whom I loathe, for some reason.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I hate Northern Soul but I love Dexy’s who are clearly Northern Soul.
        Spirit of Eden was viewed as career suicide despite being the masterpiece that it is.
        It’s one of those dark albums that helps you through the dark times in your life.
        The Box’ first album is seared into my brain.
        Telling pretty stories and playing an instrument hay.
        I had the EP for l’Affaire duMoutier.
        Culpable!

        • Justin St.Denis

          Clearly, our ears were forged in the same musical cauldron.

  • dance…dancetotheradio