To The Daily Sun,
Last week a Jordanian pilot was brutally murdered by people setting him on fire. ISIS burned him alive.
I did not see the video and I am sure most of the readers did not. I do not want to see it.
Shepherd Smith of Fox News went into a lengthy description of the video. It was a high-quality movie production, as good as he had ever seen ,and what they did to this young man was murder and torture. Apparently ISIS does not have to follow the Geneva Convention. So why do we with their prisoners?
Our president, at the yearly prayer breakfast, spoke how in the name of Christ terrible things were done in the Crusades and Inquisition. Well, Mr. President, that was hundreds of years ago. How about talking about the present? Yes, if we study history we hope we will not repeat it. You cannot compare what happened hundreds of years ago with what happened this week and now.
The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, in a study, found that ISIS is "systematically killing of children belonging to religious groups and ethnic minorities." There have been mass executions of boys, beheadings and crucifixions of children and some children buried alive. They are making sex slaves out of children.
The burning of the soldier in a cage had the opposite effect of what ISIS wanted. The world screamed out in horror. ISIS executed Imams for criticizing the burning of the Jordanian soldier. ISIS is being condemned by Muslim leaders. ISIS is a terrorist group and should be treated as such and with the same brutality as they treat others. And we condemn water boarding.
Now ISIS is telling us that the American woman they held was killed as a result of Jordanian bombing. There is no proof that it happened or not. However, if they did not capture an innocent women, she would be still alive. It is their fault regardless if she is dead. For all we know ISIS could have executed her long ago and filmed that, too.
ISIS is a group of animals and should be treated as such. We would condemn anyone who did to an animal what they have done to human beings.
Mr. President. . . no more pretty words. ISIS is a terrorist group and we need to be prepared. We must secure our borders — all our borders, north and south as well as those with ocean borders. ISIS cannot be allowed into our country.
I am not saying we should send our soldiers to fight on the ground. There are plenty of countries in the Mideast that can and should to that. It is their war with ISIS, too. But we must support those who are our, allies in fighting ISIS and kill every last one of them as there will be no end as long as one of them is alive. We must do this now, for the longer we wait the harder it will be.
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