Monday, November 10, 2014

Who would've thought it would be so easy for jihadis to capture entire towns and cities!

When you try telling the dhimmi idiots around you how Muslims can impose shariah on all of us in our supposedly "never can happen here" countries, and the dhimmi assholes scornfully tell you that the tiny percentage of Muslim citizens can do nothing as the non-Muslims are in their majority here and we can take them on easily,  tell them how just a handful of jihadis have managed to take over entire towns and cities in secular countries like Iraq, Syria and Libya.  I know it's a daunting task trying to hammer in some sense into the dhimmi nuts but they must be made to understand that percentages don't matter .... it's the kind of terror that small percentage is able to inflict on the complacent know-it-alls that will be their downfall .... and the idiots will pull us down with them.

In almost all the villages, towns and cities that have been taken over by the jihadis .... the real fighting force is made up of just a few dozen killers and at most a couple of hundred.  Bear in mind that the conflict is spread in different locations and is continuous.  It's not like the jihadi army is marching into one city after another with the same monsters. The monsters are spread all over and the spread is not thick but it is determined.

Below is just one example of what happens when a town or city is taken over.  
You think Western countries won't have jihadi-minded individuals to join up with small murderous groups just like it's happening over there?

Maggie Michael writing at AP:
How a Libyan city joined the Islamic State group  
On a chilly night, bearded militants gathered at a stage strung with colorful lights in Darna, a Mediterranean coastal city long notorious as Libya's center for jihadi radicals. With a roaring chant, they pledged their allegiance to the leader of the Islamic State group.

With that meeting 10 days ago, the militants dragged Darna into becoming the first city outside of Iraq and Syria to join the "caliphate" announced by the extremist group. Already, the city has seen religious courts ordering killings in public, floggings of residents accused of violating Shariah law, as well as enforced segregation of male and female students. Opponents of the militants have gone into hiding or fled, terrorized by a string of slayings aimed at silencing them.

The takeover of the city, some 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) from the nearest territory controlled by the Islamic State group, offers a revealing look into how the radical group is able to exploit local conditions. A new Islamic State "emir" now leads the city, identified as Mohammed Abdullah, a little-known Yemeni militant sent from Syria known by his nom de guerre Abu al-Baraa el-Azdi, according to several local activists and a former militant from Darna......

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