Islamic Terrorists Are Not Motivated By Hate

If we continue to characterize these mass killings as events disassociated from Islamic doctrine and faith, we will fail to identify and thus defeat our enemy.

After an American Muslim who pledged allegiance to the Islamic State killed 50 people and injured 53 at a gay nightclub in Orlando, President Obama said it was an act of hate. This portrayal has led people across the country to focus on homophobia and gun control instead of exposing the real motivation so we can recognize the actual threat.

  • Martin B

    The Caliph in Chief won’t let that happen as long as he’s in the Oval Office.

  • B__2

    This is correct – it’s not an act of hate as a primary motive, it’s not an act of revenge for what was done – it is what is required by the Qur’an and the Hadiths and in the Sunnah. Being a good muslim requires that you do what the Islamic religion requires, regardless of whether you would like to or not. Reason and evidence have nothing to do with the decision to do so or not – only what pleases Allah and Mohammed. Of course, it then becomes easy to hate something when your god tells you to hate this, but there is a big difference between believing that your god will judge someone after they die and believing that you need to punish someone in this lifetime – possibly so that your god will be more merciful after this lifetime.

    • infedel

      islam is just phuqued up…plain as that; we shouldn’t have to deal with this nonsense in this century…just say NO.

  • tom_billesley

    Islam and hate are practically synonyms.