ISIS terrorists believe that Israel is a religious problem but not an immediate target


In light of the terror wave in Europe and the deadly terror attacks that ISIS has carried out recently throughout the continent, the murderous terror organization explains why Israel is not 1 of its immediate targets.

Mar 23, 2016, 2:00PMBecca Noy


ISIS terrorists, who claimed responsibility last night (Tuesday) for the deadly terror attacks in Brussels, explain why Israel is not 1 of their immediate terror attack targets.

According to the terror organization’s ideology, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion- the famous anti-Semitic text that was distributed in the previous century and claimed that the Jews are taking over the world- has no basis. According to ISIS, whoever believes this theory is uneducated because the Jews are not the rulers of the world.

In addition, the organization does not consider the Jews to be worse infidels than other disbelievers, including Shi’a Muslims. According to ISIS, it is important to focus their war on the Arab regimes that protect Israel- and not the Jewish state itself.

ISIS terrorists believe that Israel is a religious problem but not an immediate target. Therefore, ISIS claims that Hamas and Hezbollah are focusing on the wrong enemy. According to ISIS, the Palestinian issue is not the prime problem about which Muslims need to be worried.

A concrete example that shows that ISIS is not focused on Israel is demonstrated on a daily basis in Southern Syria: In this region, the Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade, which is affiliated with ISIS, is attacking other rebel groups. The Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade could easily begin attack Israel but it aims its fire to the East.

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