NOT so great britain : Former ice cream seller turned Islamic State jihadi begs to come home because he misses home and his mother
Saturday, October 05, 2019
Aseel Muthana left Wales for Syria in February 2014, aged 17
Jihad Watch : “A British ice cream seller who went to join ISIS in Syria five years
ago has pleaded to come home because he misses his mother and his life
in Cardiff. Aseel Muthana left Wales for Syria in February 2014, aged
17, following his brother Nasser and another friend in joining the
Muthana argues that he had good intentions when he joined the Islamic State: “We came when ISIS propaganda and ISIS media was all about helping the poor, helping the Syrian people,”
he says. But of course the Islamic State was never about helping the
poor and the Syrian people. Aseel Muthana is lying, full taqiyya style.
The Islamic State was violent from its inception, rampaging across Iraq,
seizing territory by means of bloody jihad to create an Islamic state.
It moved speedily to “announce the creation of a caliphate, or Islamic
state, spanning the territory they control in Iraq and Syria.” And
published a “terrifying map” outlining a five year plan for far more
The wave of widely publicised ISIS beheadings began later
in 2014, when journalist James Foley and British aid worker David
Haines were among numerous people murdered in propaganda videos
broadcast by the terror group. However, ISIS had its roots in extremist
groups which had been using beheadings during the war in Iraq well before that.
It strains credulity to think that Muthana joined the Islamic State
without full knowledge of its goals and mission. But he is hoping that
social justice warriors will fall for his act. Muthana openly declared when he left to join the Islamic State that “jihad is obligatory” and that he was willing to die for the Islamic State’s cause.
While Aseel Muthana plays Westerners for fools and talks about his
good old days as an ice cream seller and now misses his parents, other
parents whose children were brutalized and beheaded by Islamic State
jihadists such as Muthana are forced to live in grief and horror every
day without their children, because they were killed in the name of
Islam. “British ice cream seller who joined ISIS in 2014 begs to come home
because he ‘misses Cardiff and his mother’ after he is found in Syrian
prison,” by Tim Stickings, MailOnline, October 1, 2019: