How San Bernardino Shooting & Right Wing Pundits Advance ISIS Goals

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December 4, 2015


David Bowdich, assistant director of the Los Angeles division of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), told the press that the San Bernardino shooting is being looked as an act of terrorism, but warns the public from panicking.

Concurring with Bowdich, James Comey, director of the FBI said : “This is now a federal terrorism investigation led by the FBI. And the reason for that is the investigation so far has developed indications of radicalization by the killers and of potential inspiration by foreign terrorist organizations.”

However, at this phase of the investigation, Comey added that there is “no indication that these killer are part of an organized larger group.”

The FBI stated 2 months ago that there are nearly 900 active investigations into suspected Islamic State – inspired persons and other homegrown violent extremists within the US borders.

Christian Nwadike, a co-worker of Syed Farook, who knew him for nearly 4 years, told the press that Farook was different after he returned from Saudi Arabia, where he went on a pilgrimage.

Nwadike said that Farook “married a terrorist” who “radicalized” him.

Some outlets are reporting that “Tashfeen Malik posted a pledge of allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi on Facebook” using a different name.

An unnamed Facebook “executive” told news outlets that Malik “praised the leader of the Islamic State group in a post at 11 a.m. Wednesday” which is when the couple were in San Bernardino committing this egregious act.

Mailk was in the US via a fiancée visa.

Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), immediately made statements condemning the shooting after it was revealed that Malik and Farook were Muslims.

However, Ayloush acknowledges that “there’s a lot of anti-Muslim sentiment, fueled by pundits” who are mostly Republican. Ayloush said they are “trying to blame a whole community for the acts of a few.”

In response to CAIR, Rush Limbaugh, right-wing radio broadcaster, said the organization “is the Muslim Brotherhood” and attacked Ayloush for not describing the shooting as “religious extremism, because that would have indicated Islam.”

On Fox News, Bo Dietl, pundit and contributor, demanded “the good Muslims” to prove that they are out there and “come out” to discredit the concept that all Muslims are radical terrorists.

Megyn Kelly, host of The Kelly File on Fox, claimed that CAIR came out quickly to distract from the fact that the shooters were Muslim and repeated the derogatory statement that CAIR “have been designated as a terrorist organization”.

Writer Ken Gude explained that the conservative response to the shootings play right into the needs of the Islamic State.

Gude wrote: “ISIS needs the West to alienate and marginalize its Muslim citizens in order to foster the appearance of a war against Islam. ISIS desperately needs new recruits in order to contend with its massive weakness compared with the forces aligned against the group and its incredible unpopularity among Muslims in Muslim-majority countries.”

The terrorist group “has developed a very sophisticated propaganda and recruiting campaign that uses modern communications and social-media tools to dramatically eclipse previous recruiting efforts.”

Because of Fox News, conspiracy circles and conservative Christian politicians, the growing anti-Muslim sentiment which is “the central narrative element in this propaganda and recruiting campaign” it is this rhetoric that is actually aiding ISIS in advancing their goals.

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