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Religious Extremist Group Describes Gays As “Pedophiles, the worst of creatures’ – BTW It’s ISIS‏

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Brandishing an AK-47 rifle, a religious an apparent ISIS fighter in an Internet propaganda video advises Muslims living in non-Muslim countries to move to areas controlled by ISIS.

At the end of the eight-minute video, he says Muslims must seek refuge in ISIS-controlled areas to protect their children from the possibility of being educated by gay people, whom he compares to drug dealers and pedophiles. The fighter says Muslims must protect their children “from these animals, from these dirty people” and God has deemed them “the worst of creatures.”

“If you have family in these kafir [infidel] countries [i.e., countries ruled by non-Muslims], what is gonna happen most probably?” the fighter says. “You don’t have control of your children. Maybe in some of the countries it is a must for you to put your children in the kafir schools, and who’s gonna teach your children? It’s gonna be maybe a gay, maybe a drug dealer, maybe a pedophile, you know? So it’s very important for you to protect your children from these animals, from these dirty people, Allah says that they are the worst of creatures”

According to the Portugese newspaper Correio da Manhã, British intelligence has since identified the fighter as 29-year-old Celso Rodrigues da Costa, a Portuguese citizen and the son of immigrants from the West African country of Guinea-Bissau.

The video has since been posted to YouTube by the Middle East Media Research Institute, which has identified the speaker as an ISIS fighter.

Sounds a lot like many other extremist religious groups that we have right here in America, doesn’t it?

I wonder if American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer or Liberty Council’s Matt Barber writes their copy?

#JustSaying

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