Young girls detonate themselves, police for Allah

Monday, December 26, 2016
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Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

crescent and starAmericans got a chilling reminder of the enemy they face in Islamic terrorism through a recent video posted on the Internet.

In the video, a burka-clad mother is shown hugging and kissing her two young daughters, who appear to be around the ages of seven and 10.  While this is going on, the father calmly speaks over them

Afterward, the mother begins to talk to the girls, who are dressed in bulky western-looking winter jackets with scarves and wool caps – one green and one red.

Following this the viewer can hear girls’ innocent voices chanting the words “Allahu akbar,” which have brought terror throughout the world.

Approximately 10 minutes later, the seven-year-old walked into a Damascus police station and asked to use the restroom. As she was led back, the explosives hidden under the bulky white jacket were remotely detonated, ripping through the poor girl's body and taking three Syrian police officers with her.

Worldview expert Alex McFarland contends that Americans throw the word “evil” around about a lot of things that they do not like, but he contends that in this is where it truly applies.

“There is evil in the world,” McFarland stressed. “There are things that are objectively, morally [and] cosmically wrong – things that are pure evil.”

He contends that just calling these attacks “random acts of violence” or insisting that they are done by “self-radicalized” people are no longer valid arguments.

“A manifestation of evil is all of the killing – all of the bloodshed that we are witnessing on virtually a daily basis because of Islam,” McFarland impressed.

McFarland also maintains that there are many political reasons to tread lightly when it comes to fighting the war on terror. However, he argues that the body of a nine-year-old girl – and countless other children – cry out for a strong, unified national response to ISIS, the rest of radical Islam, and indeed, all acts of terror.

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