Over the past week, Khizr Khan has been making headlines after being used as a pawn by the Democratic Party to go on the attack against Donald Trump. As the idiot continues with the propaganda that Trump does not care about his dead son’s sacrifice to our nation because he was a Muslim, the Islamic State is weighing in with a shocking statement of their own.
Their statement was published in one of the Islamic State’s online magazines, where they said that Army Capt. Humayun Khan died an infidel’s death, and then went on to issue a chilling warning to his family.
According to PJ Media, Dabiq 15 — the Islamic State’s online magazine — began with a picture of Capt. Khan’sArlington Cemetery headstone with the sickening caption, “Beware of dying as an apostate.” They went on to say that Capt. Khan’s service to America meant that he had strayed and had thus been cast into the fiery depths of the afterlife’s less desirable neighborhoods.
The chilling message did not end there. Dabiq 15 went on to agree with the Islamic State’s statement about the fallen Soldier, posting a verse from the Quran saying that American infidels deserve punishment in the afterlife for not following Muhammad.
“Indeed, the Prophet said, “Whoever dies unbound by a bay’ah (pledge of allegiance) has died a jahili (ignorant of Muhammad’s teachings) death” (Muslim),” the article read.
“And he said, ‘Whoever dislikes something in his leader, let him be patient. For whoever leaves the obedience of lawful authority, even a hand span (and dies), has died the death of Jahiliyyah’ (Al-Bukhari and Muslim).”
While anyone who dies defending America should be held in the highest regards and considered a hero, it’s truly sick that this young man’s death continues to be used as a political pawn not only for the Democratic Party, but now as rhetoric for the Islamic State. Perhaps next time the left attempts to use a Soldier’s death to further their political gain they’ll think twice. But with Hillary’s record of dancing on the graves of our fallen heroes, I find that highly unlikely.
H/T [Conservative Tribune]