‘ISIL Is Not Islamic’? Is Obama Completely Insane?

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Obama Giving Speech - Public DomainDuring his nationally televised speech on Wednesday night, Barack Obama told the entire nation that “ISIL is not Islamic”.  Well, then what in the world are they?  Atheists?  And what is Obama going to try to convince us of next?  That the Pope is not Catholic?  Of all of Obama’s lies (and there certainly have been a lot of them), this one might take the cake.  Of course ISIL is Islamic.  That is why they call themselves The Islamic State.  The stated goal of these religious radicals is to establish an Islamic caliphate which will be governed by a single supreme Islamic leader known as a khalifah.  The law in the caliphate will be Islamic sharia law, and anyone not willing to convert to the form of Islam practiced by the Islamic State will be either killed or persecuted intensely.  But because of Barack Obama’s extreme political correctness, he simply cannot admit that the Islamic State has anything to do with Islam.  As a result, he continues to pursue policies that will not solve anything in the Middle East and at this point our foreign policy in the region is a total joke.


When I first heard Obama say that “ISIL is not Islamic”, I thought that I must have misunderstood something.  But he actually said this.  The following is an excerpt directly from the transcript of his speech…

Now let’s make two things clear: ISIL is not “Islamic.” No religion condones the killing of innocents, and the vast majority of ISIL’s victims have been Muslim. And ISIL is certainly not a state. It was formerly al Qaeda’s affiliate in Iraq, and has taken advantage of sectarian strife and Syria’s civil war to gain territory on both sides of the Iraq-Syrian border. It is recognized by no government, nor the people it subjugates. ISIL is a terrorist organization, pure and simple. And it has no vision other than the slaughter of all who stand in its way.

And below I have posted a YouTube Video of the section of the speech in which he makes this statement…

The rest of the world is laughing at us today.

When Obama said that ISIL is a “terrorist organization” with no agenda “other than the slaughter of all who stand in its way”, he made it sound like this group has absolutely no ideology that is driving it.

But even ultra-liberal NBC News understands what ISIL really wants

ISIS’ stated goal is to restore the “caliphate” — an Islamic state under the rule of a community of religious scholars guided by a supreme leader, the caliph or khalifah, which is generally taken to mean the successor to the Prophet Muhammad.

ISIL itself has publicly stated that the new caliphate has been established “for the purpose of compelling the people to do what the Sharia (Allah’s law) requires of them.”

What about this is so hard for Obama to understand?

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State, is calling himself “Caliph Ibrahim” these days.  And his public statements leave no doubt about what the group is trying to do.  Here are just three examples…

#1 “Allah likes us to kill his enemies and make jihad”

#2 “The establishment of a caliphate is an obligation. The religion cannot be in place unless the sharia (law) is established.”

#3 “God gave your mujahedeen brothers victory after long years of jihad and patience… so they declared the caliphate and placed the caliph in charge”

But due to the extreme political correctness in Washington D.C., most of our politicians won’t even use the term “Islamic State” even though that is exactly what the group is calling itself.

And according to the Washington Post, House Democrats had a “long debate” about whether to use the term “ISIS” or “ISIL” to refer to this organization.  After much discussion, it was decided that “ISIL” was the more politically correct alternative…

In the Capitol on Tuesday morning, House Democrats decided after a long debate that they too would call the extremist group ISIL — partly because ISIS was a name that first belonged to a goddess, and then to thousands of women who took said goddess’s name, before a terrorist group claimed it. As Max Fisher at Vox reported last week, many women named Isis have been aggravated by the acronym favored by most people discussing the Islamic State. Isis Martinez, a woman in Miami, has been gathering signatures for a petition titled, “Thousands of Women are Named Isis, Please Petition the Media to Use the Accurate Acronym ISIL.” She has 138 signatures.

This is how bad political correctness has become in America.

Well, I am about to use a term which will surely offend politically correct people everywhere…

Islamic Terror

You see, the cold, hard reality of the matter is that the Islamic State is far from alone.  All over the world, radical jihadist organizations are committing unspeakable acts in the name of Islam.  In case you are ignorant about these organizations, here are the names of just a few of them…

Boko Haram

al-Nusrah Front



Army of Islam


Ansar Dine

Mujahidin Shura Council in the Environs of Jerusalem

Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis

Ansar al-Shari’a in Tunisia

Ansar al-Shari’a in Darnah

Ansar al-Shari’a in Benghazi

al-Mulathamun Battalion

Abdallah Azzam Brigades

Indian Mujahedeen

Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan

Harakat ul-Jihad-i-Islami


Islamic Jihad Union

Libyan Islamic Fighting Group

Ansar al-Islam

Jemaah Islamiya

Asbat al-Ansar

Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade

Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan

The Muslim Brotherhood

Abu Sayyaf

The Haqqani network

Are you starting to get the picture?

Islamic terror is real, and it is not going to go away just because our politically correct politicians wished that it did not exist.

Those that truly love liberty and freedom should be against tyranny in all of the forms in which it is found.

And one of the forms that tyranny takes in our world today is radical Islam.

If radical Islamists had their way, we would all be forced to convert to Islam and live our lives under very strict sharia law.

Personally, that is not something that I would ever want for myself, for my family or for future generations of Americans.

What about you?

  • The Creature

    We need to go down into hell and capture satan and put him into A hot pot of boiling water and cook him to death.

    • Mike and Ainslie #

      Satan is not in hell. He is on earth. That’s why we have a glimpse of hell on earth.

      • Kim

        That’s right. The bible say “woe to the earth for the devil (and his angels) has come down to you with great anger…”

  • Undecider

    The same applies to the U.S. military, whom are not Christian. Yes, ISIS/ISIL/AL-CIA-DA are not Islamic. They are Satanic.

    • Kim

      Islam is satanic is all aspects.

      • Jay De La Cerda

        Well one prominent figure in Islam is Jesus Christ.

        • wilfred

          Read the definition of prominent my dear Jay.
          You may wish to use a different word.
          Jesus, my friend is and never was prominent in islam.
          He was mentioned twice in passing in the quran.
          I’m more prominent.

  • Handog

    And the US doesn’t want to confront them because our soldiers would be put in harms way. Someone could get hurt. The jihadist, on the other hand is willing to fight and die for their cause. So, the US will continue dropping bombs from a safe distance and creating a whole new generation of terrorists who WILL seek revenge.

    • wilfred

      Whats new dog?

  • DJohn1

    I do not think Obama is insane.
    I think Obama is looking at the Black Muslim approach. It slipped out.
    Of course they are horrified at what other Muslims are doing.
    Especially ISIS with its heavy approach to anyone not Muslim.
    This is the nightmare approach of a religion programmed to continuous violence.
    But what if they were some other religious group? The history of the Roman Catholic Church and the invasion of South America by the Spaniards comes to mind. The burning of any literature in any language that disagrees with the Roman Catholic Church in the 1500s comes to mind.
    The burning of people that had the misfortune to bring up the idea that the Earth orbits the Sun and is not the center of the Universe also comes to mind.
    I think there are a lot of historic parallels with ISIS.
    Like the forced conversion of entire populations of Jews in Europe as an example.
    The rule here is you can believe anything you want. Just keep your mouth shut about it so no one else is contaminated by your belief system. And that is what happens in just about every false religion out there.
    The rule of thumb is they either execute you or exile you for your belief system.
    At 14, I was excommunicated from a small Kingdom Hall of the Jehovah Witnesses. Why? I was asking too many questions about the belief system in Sunday School. Lost a girlfriend over that because she was no longer allowed to associate with me.
    Later in life I learned to follow the money. That is the key. Who is getting how much money and why? 10% off the top of all of their wages is quite a profit for such a scam.
    It isn’t just ISIS. It is about half of the protestant denominations of the United States of America.
    If any religion cannot stand close scrutiny by a 14-year-old boy, then there is something definitely wrong with that religion. The ISIS would probably behead anyone that questions thir belief system too closely.

    I assume they do realise the universe is much larger and much older than anyone in the 1500s ever thought possible. But then again, we have a lot of Christians that believe the entire Universe started about 6-7 thousand years ago right now in river city.

    • Mike and Ainslie #

      I agree with DJohn1 that the Jehovah Witnesses can’t handle scrutiny or any questions about what they believe about the Bible. That is due to the fact that they start with false presupposition that Jesus is not Emmanuel (God in the flesh). How long have you been on this planet? And you know how long ago God created it? Remember T. Rex’s were said to have roamed the earth 65 million years ago. Yet T. Rex specimens were found with soft tissue intact and red blood cells in the marrow. Does soft tissue and bone marrow remain intact over many millions of years? Maybe the global flood documented in the Genesis (as well as other ancient non-Hebrew sources) had something to due with the fossil record that we have today.

      • DJohn1

        Your question is a good one. Soft tissue and bone marrow indicates that T-Rex survived into modern times. That certainly upsets the apple cart of extinction.
        My own guess would be that somewhere you have sink holes that have closed with the plants and the animals in them. If they were within a few hundred feet of the surface an entire ecosystem could have survived independent of the surface animals.
        It would have to be a huge hole in the ground. How it was closed over I have no idea about. So it is an incomplete guess.
        The other factors are sufficient fresh water and a temperature capable of allowing such beasts to survive.

        What they lived on? That indicates that it might have been an open valley closed off by mountains. If the walls are steep enough the Reptiles could not get out.
        That system would only survive if there were a limited number of T-Rex animals. Just enough to breed.
        How long lived are they? Modern animals only survive a short time. But the indications are that the reptiles might have long lifespans.
        Or they may have blood that survived a complete ice freezing. That could make them thousands of years old. The only way that might happen is if there was a sudden freeze over by a super storm of some kind like happened in Siberia.
        I find the universe to be far more complex than anyone ever realised.
        Our religious beliefs have to keep up with the times eventually.

        The problem is as we approach 7 billion people on this planet, none of which are educated to the point where some things just do not make sense their religions are shown to be at least partially false.
        That becomes a major problem as they force their beliefs on others. Otherwise the religions would be killed off by logic.
        The people running these religious beliefs will do anything to keep that from happening.

      • DJohn1

        Just for the record, I consider myself a believer in Jesus Christ as my savior. I believe the trinity describes three people in the fact of our God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. Those three are in perfect communication with one another.
        But I also think that in the time of Jesus Christ there was a lot going on that we still do not understand to this day.
        The major differences between human beings and the people described in and out of the Bible is their place on the food chain being much higher than we are.
        Were there gods in the ancient past? I do not have any clear answers to that question. There is considerable evidence that such animals did exist. That huge groups of people worshipped gods leads me to believe they may have been real.
        I think they got caught. I think they were instructed to leave the planet. The priests of these religions were caught short. They did continue to worship the gods until our God showed them different.
        To this day, you have huge numbers of people that worship various superior beings. None of which appear to be on this planet in modern times.
        What we have here today is a religion that reinforces by prayers 5 times a day. The religion believes everyone else are animals and are to be treated as animals. It is a rigid system ill-equipped to handle a modern scientifically oriented culture. So they have to destroy it to keep themselves on top of the leadership. That is why it is so dangerous to the rest of us.

  • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

    Of course ISIL is Islamic. But to be fair, we should admit that the African gang of rapists and murderers known as The Lord’s Resistance Army is Christian, though I’m sure that most Christians would quickly disavow them.

    • Mike and Ainslie #

      A true Christian in one who believes and lives the Bible, which condemns rape and murder. However, Islam condones and encourages the actions, that we are witnessing, in their Koran and the Hadith. So rapists and murders are not Christian and a rapist murdering muslim is still a muslim if he is doing those things to the right people (to be fair).

      • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

        See you are quick to disown them. I admit I have never read the Koran. But 23% of the world’s population is Muslim and most of them are going about their own business and taking care of their families, not running amok. And what do you have to say about the Orthodox Christian Serbs who raped thousands of Muslim women during the Yugoslav Wars? That they weren’t “true” Christians, I suppose.

        • wilfred

          Dear Jodie,
          I used to think the Serbs behaved absolutely horrific back then.
          Now that I’m older and more informed I understand why the Serbs used islamic culture and tactics on muslims.
          Turns out there was more to this story than reported.
          I used to think the same of the Jews, now I think we must support Israel.
          For the very same reason as the last 1400 years, islam finds itself at the fore front of violence and horror that has shocked, repulsed and regressed the human race.
          All in the name of the merciful prophet, no one else, may He continue resting in peace.

      • Kim

        That is so true. And Islamic values seep into Christian thinking in countries that are dominated by Islamic culture. On a side note, what better way for satan to mislead the earth than to use a counterfeit form of worship? Islam serves that purpose well.

  • A. Crusader

    What do they expect from the guy who got a Nobel Peace Prize for showing up to work. It’s the grown up version of the participation trophy.

    • Jay De La Cerda

      Then don’t either of the Bushes have Nobel Peace Prizes? Also, calling ISIS Islamic is like calling the Crusades Christian.

      • A. Crusader

        Try to focus. I know you want to make a point, but first figure out what you are talking about, then figure out what you want to say.

        • Jay De La Cerda

          I’m talking about your statement that the Nobel Peace Prize is “the grown up version of the participation trophy”. The First point is straightforward (I hope someone would have “auto filled” the missing “why”). So more simply, Why don’t either of the Bushes have Nobel Peace Prizes? The second sentence can be more effective if posed as a question for you and other people, Do you consider the Crusades to be Christian?

          • A. Crusader

            In my context of receiving the award, it was handed out without any accomplishments. Much how children receive participation trophy’s for showing up. I can’t tell you why the Bush’s didn’t receive Nobel Peace prizes. I would hope the criteria is more than being a President.

            I can tell you though it took Jimmy Carter over 20 years to receive his Nobel Peace Prize for actually brokering a standing peace treaty between Israel and Egypt.

            The last Crusades were fought in the 13th century, comprised of mostly Christians. If they existed today, “Crusaders,” then they would probably be Judeo-Christians.

          • Jay De La Cerda

            President Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his actions for nuclear nonproliferation and strengthening international diplomacy and cooperation, which are important accomplishments.

            I apologize, the question should be, Would you, personally, name the actions that were taken during Crusades and/or the naming of those who participated in the Crusades as Christian?

          • A. Crusader

            Nuclear nonproliferation? What actions? Talking about it? Wanting it? Iran is trying to develop nuclear weapons, and NK has not stopped their attempts to create one either. I have no idea what was accomplished that reflects a more peaceful world regarding nuclear proliferation. As for the second question; I don’t know…I can’t speculate on something that took place over 800 years ago. I would focus on what religions are doing today, not what happened nearly a thousand years ago.

  • Tatiana Covington

    “Is Obama Completely Insane?”

    No, but he’s working on it.

  • Kim

    What the bible and creation tells us about god:

    God is love. He is merciful, just, kind, patient, truthful, happy, loyal, generous, creative, wise, perfect…

    What the bible tells us about Satan:

    He is angry, disloyal, twisted, murderous, devious, satan is a liar, cunning, shadowy, desperate, envious…

    Who’s personality does the religion of Islam reflect the most?

    • Jay De La Cerda

      Actually, Old Testament God was very angry, striking down many believers in the Bible.

  • Kim

    Obamas unwillingness to speak the truth is par for the course in American politics. They talk a lot, but don’t say anything at all. It’s a balancing act, political theater scripted and choreographed entirely. Cowards like him will come and go, but God himself will destroy every counterfeit religion that satan has dreamed up. Prepare, endure and pray!

    • Jay De La Cerda

      Christianity is an offshoot of Judaism and Judaism is an offshoot of Islam. So…

      • mikifenn

        Thi is not true. Islam didn’t come into existence until about 900 A.D.

  • A Dodgy Bloke

    I listened to David Camron