March 29, 2016, - 6:00 pm

The REAL Xenophobia: Local Muslim ISIS Terrorists HATE Foreign Muslim ISIS Terrorists

By Debbie Schlussel

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Those of us who see the light on Muslim “refugees” (that a good number are terrorists and all of them bring backward Muslim extremism) are often libeled and slandered as “xenophobic” (and afflicted by other “phobias”). But a phobia is an unreasonable fear or hatred. And, newsflash, the real xenophobes are Muslims, particularly ISIS terrorists, who are the ultimate devout Muslims.

Local ISIS terrorists now hate the foreign Muslims who come to join their ranks. And there’s a good reason for that: ISIS treats them (the foreigners) better, and the foreigners are even more extreme in their treatment of local Muslims than the native ISIS terrorists are. There’s something to this. As you’ll note, most of the men on video doing the brutal beheadings are Western Muslims from places like the UK.

Foreign fighters, long welcomed by Islamic State as essential parts of its global mission, are generating greater internal discord—and even violence—just as the group pivots outward to target Europe and the U.S. . . .

In a scene that has become commonplace, a foreign Islamic State fighter angrily denounced an elderly Iraqi man for wearing his beard too short for a properly devout Muslim. Instead of quietly enduring another routine indignity, the old man cursed his detractor, to the surprise of onlookers. But what followed was even more surprising: Six local Iraqi fighters for Islamic State intervened to take the old man’s side. The Iraqis beat their foreign comrade, handcuffed him and threw him into a car, then sped away. . . .

Many of them, particularly those from Europe, offer little regard for local traditions or rigid tribal structures of western Iraq and eastern Syria. Units of a morality police force known as hesba, or “accountability,” patrol the streets and humiliate women and elderly people for such things as smoking or their clothing, residents say. . . .

The local resentment is often grounded in the privileges the outsiders are afforded from the moment they arrive. Foreign fighters are housed in different parts of the city, said [Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently spokesman Mohammed] Al-Saleh and other residents of Raqqa, Deir Ezzour and Mosul. In Deir Ezzour, foreign fighters sparked envy after they moved into homes on the hills outside town, from where they could literally look down on their local comrades, [antigovernment activist Omar Abu] Layla said. “The Syrians would take the valleys and the foreigners would take the hilltops,” Mr. Layla said. “The local fighters really felt like [the foreigners] were using the Syrians, and so they eventually wanted to get rid of them.”

Their pay is substantially elevated because the group credits them with having sacrificed their comfortable lives elsewhere to come to the self-declared caliphate. Foreigners typically make about $200 a month, compared with the locals’ $130, Mr. Saleh said. Such inequality, Mr. Layla said, has helped inspire a trickle of local fighters to defect this year to other Islamist rebel groups, most of which have a tense but largely nonconfrontational relationship with Islamic State.

Xenophobia, unequal treatment, unrivaled brutality, elitism, and arrogance. Yeah, that’s Islam.

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I went from Debbie’s website and found this total moron’s article.
It is so sad that Europe is being invaded and conquered right in front of this idiot’s eyes and he is still more concerned about the Muslims being offended.
Unbelievable!!

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/mar/24/scariest-brussels-reactoin-paranoid-politicians-isis-atrocity-belgium

Steve G on March 29, 2016 at 8:14 pm

    (Steve G) that is a pretty normal type of material to find at the Guardian … but it’s quite disappointing that RCP carries junk like that. I used to visit the RCP website from time to time, and thought it was pretty good. If they’re carrying this kind of tripe then I would hope they put it in the (moronic, left) category that it deserves.

    Larry on March 30, 2016 at 1:13 pm

Deb:

This is a good subject to cover. I just wish you would point out (repeatedly) that this phenomenon is the normal state of affairs among Muslims.

To wit: Muslims murder Muslims for not being Muslim ENOUGH.

A person can’t escape Muslim terrorism by converting to Islam. Given that fact, there is no reason to expect Muslims to treat Jews and Christians any better.

When discussing Israel and Gaza, the news media routinely cites “the scorecard”. You know what I’m talking about! 72 Israelis vs 2310 Arabs killed in the 2014 Gaza War. This “scorecard” comes up in the majority of “current events” articles written about Israel even though the event took place almost 2 years ago.

News stories about the Muslim Civil Wars offer no similar “scorecard”. If they did, news about the War Against Israel might seem insignificant. Moreover, citing the immense carnage occurring would put Muslim behavior in perspective.

What a different world we would be living in if EVERY daily news article of ISIS ended with: Muslim Civil Wars: 350,000 killed; 700,000 wounded; 3,000,000 refugees. (Or whatever the numbers really are. I haven’t seen the latest tally. Nobody wants to publicize it.)

So yes! It’s nice to know these nuances about foreign Muslims being more brutal than the locals in these Muslim Civil Wars. What needs to be reminded repeatedly is that Muslims are killing Muslims for not being Muslim ENOUGH and the casualty figures are ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE higher than anything routinely quoted in articles about the War Against Israel.

Why say that “Muslims are bad” when you can just cite the casualty/refugee figures and note that this is from Muslims killing Muslims? They’ll still call you an “Islamophobe”, because that’s just the way it is. I’m certain you learned to cope with it a long time ago.

Keep up the good work but PLEASE, give us the “scorecard” every time you write one of these. I would like to see the total scale of carnage to better articulate the issue.

Regards,

There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on March 29, 2016 at 10:10 pm

Even the village idiot could understand the irony of this farce of a religion. Muslims expect that the rest of the world should desire to partake in their ‘ism’ which translates to ‘submission to Allah’ yet they can’t even agree on the who, what, when and why of of such submission. The only thing they do agree on is the violence.

Every time I hear the term Religion of Peace, I can’t help but think of the alien in the movie Dark Angel claiming ‘I come in peace,’ to which the only appropriate reply IS Dolph Lundgren’s ‘And you go in pieces, @$$#()!&.’

As a side note,

YCHtT on March 29, 2016 at 10:45 pm

    YCHtT:

    There are two kinds of Muslims:

    1. Imperialists

    2. Nationalists

    Of the two, imperialists have been around a much longer time. Fortunately, as you noticed, the imperialists are always divided in some way. If that ever changes, we’re in bigger trouble than we are at present.

    In the later part of the 19th century, western powers noticed that imperial Islam was collapsing. At the end of WWI, the Ottoman Empire was subdivided into nations whose local nationalists were given a chance at local rule. This didn’t work in part because the Europeans wanted alliances with the young Muslim states that left local nationalists wondering if they really had the independent nation-state they expected.

    Thus, to maintain the Muslim nation-state, the leaders had to resort to tyranny to maintain power. This was true even in Turkey where the inward focus on national identity guaranteed the era of nationalism for 80 years. The net result was hardly better than before. However, no single Muslim state could fully dominate and establish the old empire so the perception from abroad (i.e. the US and Europe) was that this was an improvement.

    That perception remains today. Looking at your comments, you can see why. Each side of the imperial movement resorts to tyranny, but no side can dominate the other. The net result is that nationalism is really the way to go for Muslims (and the Allies were correct if perhaps for all the wrong reasons).

    Sadly, dreams of the old Caliphate die hard as they are entrenched in Islam. This has resulted in imperialists challenging and overthrowing established Muslim nations. In each case where they have been successful (with the notable exception of Iran which is an unusual case for later discussion) the Muslim nation-state that fell has not been re-established. Rather it has sunk into anarchy.

    The death toll is horrific and I wish those commenting on it would offer up “the scorecard” like the media does when discussing the War Against Israel. Nonetheless, there is actually some potential good that may come from it.

    For years, those tyrants who led Muslim nation-states used the War Against Israel to deflect internal dissent and criticism. The War Against Israel had value to them. Now things are very different. These tyrannical leaders now have a price on their heads and it’s not coming from the Jews (who always wanted peace and co-existence). They are targeted by Muslim imperialists who have (one way or another) overthrown Iraq, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Egypt (temporarily), and Libya. If anyone was paying attention they almost toppled Algeria in the 1990’s but our news media was too busy distracting us with “the intifada”.

    To the remaining tyrannical leaders of Muslim nation-states, survival means re-emphasizing their national existence and resisting the imperialists; Muslim imperialists who have local appeal in their populations. Suddenly, the War Against Israel isn’t so valuable anymore; especially when the guys coming at them are Muslims who mean business and offer no generous future.

    In re-emphasizing their national existence, some of these tyrants leading Muslim nation-states are starting to think about the intrinsic value of emphasizing (i.e. recognizing) a stable nation-state that is guaranteed to resist Muslim Imperialism. That nation-state presents a problem because it is the Jewish State which the tyrants have long conditioned their people to reject.

    Nonetheless, if you keep your ear to the ground, you’ll see leaders of those Muslim nation-states (those still remaining) starting to talk to Israel via back-channels. In some cases, these talks are even starting to surface. Below the surface, there is economic trade that is growing to a point where the Muslim nation-states may not be capable of “laundering” it much further.

    In short, the Muslim imperialists (especially the Sunni ones) will ultimately fall apart on their own. However, they have brought down enough dictators and caused enough havoc to motivate leaders of remaining Muslim nation-states to re-think their hostility toward Israel. Whether this is just a temporary reaction to an immediate threat or a reaction that takes on permanent momentum is yet to be seen.

    Once the Sunni Muslim imperialists fizzle, there will still be the Shiite Muslim imperialists who have a better-defined leadership thanks to their ties to Iran. The Iranian revolution was a nationalist one to be sure, but the imperialist vision flows deep in the Persian national identity. Because Iran will insure that Muslim imperialism is around for a long time, the Muslim nation-states threatened by it will likely have long-term motivation to “circle the wagons” around Israel.

    It’s my hope and prayer that something good may yet come out of this horrible rise of Muslim Imperialism. That requires the imperialists to ultimately disintegrate and collapse.

    You have noted this disintegration among Sunni movements. Shiite movements may have more staying power. Moreover, Iran is not completely adverse to supporting Sunni imperialist movements where it is strategically advantageous for them to do so.

    We can only be glad that the real nature of Muslim Imperialism is that in spite of its brutality and tyranny, it is also fragmented in its leadership. All that means is that specific Muslim imperialist movements will rise and fall. It does not mean that any one movement (like ISIS) will die and cause Muslim imperialism to die altogether. For Muslim nation-states to have permanency, recognizing Israel may be their only chance of long-term survival.

    Sincerely,

    There is NO Santa Claus

    There is NO Santa Claus on March 31, 2016 at 10:18 am

Hmmmmmmmm, where, oh where, have I heard of this before?

Hmmmmmmm, . . .

“A house divided against itself cannot stand.”

“God is not the author of confusion.”

Sounds to me as though Satan cannot make up his mind whether or not he is for or against himself.

BWAAAAHAHHAHAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!

It’s okay, Satan, you laugh now, and I know you will, long and hard, especially on the day you take ME. But, . . .

He who laughs LAST, . . .

as the old saying goes.

Y’know, kind of like the 1972 Miami Dolphins. They’re still laughing.

Like dat.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 30, 2016 at 1:32 am

How and why do we even call Islam a religion? It’s just some made up beliefs by some faggot (Muhammad) in the desert who wanted to be in control. What a bunch of losers. And SCREW ISIS!

MuzzCrusher on March 30, 2016 at 12:34 pm

    Islam isn’t a religion. It’s a Cult!

    Carl on March 30, 2016 at 8:53 pm

That’s right MuzzCrusher, just the world’s largest gang. A bunch of hotheaded, irrational, idiotic slaves to a philosophy they don’t even understand.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 30, 2016 at 1:42 pm

Islam is very unequal and discriminatory, despite claims to the contrary. Someone should ask Hillary Clinton if she supports the misogyny of Islam, since she proclaims that religion should not be vilified? Islam really supercharged the slave trade during its heyday a few centuries ago. They made the “Old South” possible. Would #blacklivesmatter jump on this?

Worry on March 30, 2016 at 6:00 pm

Yeah, agree with all the sentiment. And f*&% those idiots at Young Turks as well! Yo-ho-hoing in that gormless way that they do, whilst ass licking their way to assisting more terrorist atrocities!
Always amuses me as a white European, that if I had the same ‘views/standards’ as a Muslim, (women are less, beheading on a whim is fine, execute people who don’t agree with me, gays should be put to death, sex with children is fine etc etc), the liberals would utterly despise me! Yet they love Muslims, WHO THEY KNOW hold most, if not all of those views.
And now it’s not just about hypocrisy, it’s about saving our way of life, AND OUR LIVES!
And these clowns wonder why DJ Trump isn’t universally hated!?!??

James P Madden on March 30, 2016 at 11:15 pm

Dear debbieschlussel.com readers:

Based on conservative estimates, over 200,000 people have been killed in Syria and Iraq alone. These figures do not include those killed in Libya, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Egypt, Bahrain, Kenya, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and other places I may have forgotten. In just Syria and Iraq, over 200,000 people have been murdered by Muslims killing Muslims for not being Muslim ENOUGH. Israel is not a party in these conflicts.

News reports about the carnage in these lands (including Debbie’s columns) rarely if ever mention these statistics. I believe these statistics should be prominently mentioned in all discussions like those in the column above. Only then will people realize the true scale of warfare being reported.

We are constantly reminded that over 2,000 “Palestinians” and 72 (or thereabouts) Israelis were killed in a war that came and went in Gaza during 2014; 2 years ago. Yet the ongoing Muslim civil wars have claimed TWO ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE more lives from Muslims killing Muslims for not being Muslim ENOUGH.

The refugee problem from the current war is well over and beyond that of the Balkin Wars of the 1990s. You can talk about Islam being a religion, cult or whatever. It doesn’t matter to anyone who doesn’t read Deb’s column. Only the scale of carnage puts this all in perspective when everyone knows that Israel is NOT a participant in the conflict.

It takes an anti-Semite to say that this carnage is a result of the “Palestinian refugee problem”. The thesis is preposterous! This is about a conflict between Muslim nationalists and imperialists. It’s about Muslims killing Muslims for not being Muslim ENOUGH.

Cite these statistics every time you mention specific atrocities. Only then will people realize how serious this is and how it has NOTHING to do with Jews having a nation-state that goes to work every day, makes stuff that we buy (whether we’re “boycotting” Israel or not) and does its best to leave everyone else alone.

It’s Muslim Imperialism vs. Muslim Nationalism. If the Imperialists win, we ALL in trouble. If the Nationalists win, the locals must endure the same tyrannical rule but the rest of us are relatively safe. Jews have no real friends among the combatants, yet one side is clearly preferable to the other.

That’s the way it is. I didn’t make the rules. I just cope with them as best I can.

Don’t bother trying to define a religion (or a “cult” if you must) that we vaguely understand. It really isn’t that important. Just cite the casualty figures derived from Muslims killing Muslims for not being Muslim ENOUGH. Those numbers define Islam better than any name-calling.

When people are constantly reminded of the SCALE OF CARNAGE caused by Muslims killing each other, they will understand Islam without all the other subjective details. The rest is all rhetoric.

Sincerely,

There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on April 1, 2016 at 12:26 am

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