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A deadly combination

I have seen countless emails forwarded by Christians that claim the Ebola scare is just are not part of that agenda. The continued disregard of ISIS by our government is a tragedy waiting to happen. The president's continued referral as ISIL is v...

I have seen countless emails forwarded by Christians that claim the Ebola scare is just are not part of that agenda.

The continued disregard of ISIS by our government is a tragedy waiting to happen. The president's continued referral as ISIL is very inappropriate. Al-Gharbi says referring to the group as ISIL rather than the Islamic State (ISIS) reflects the White House's desire to separate the extremist movement from the religion, Islam. It's short, sweet, takes up little column space and it is what the group has named itself. But the problem is that the name implies membership of all Muslims and nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the Islamic State is selective, rejecting all who do not adhere to a strict, literal interpretation of the Koran. That would include Shiite, apostates, heretics and Muslims who have adapted modern ways, who the ISIL collectively dismisses as kuffar, disbelievers that - a scare, perhaps even another government red flag event. I can tell you this: The lack of security on the U.S. border and the poor processes used by government officials who are supposed to protect Americans could be a deadly combination to you or your children. The government has allowed, even forced the mainstreaming of illegal alien children into our public schools and they do not have to meet even the basic health requirements of citizen children. Ebola and EV-D68 are a threat. How we handle that threat is key. Don't expect much from the government.

The government is not going to protect your family from disease any more than it will protect your family from Islamic colonization and all the barbaric risks it poses. The government has another agenda, and your health and safety, your constitutional rights .

Daryl Bahma

Brainerd

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