80 percent of young Turks in Holland see “nothing wrong” in waging Jihad against non-Muslims. 27 percent of all young French and 14 percent of all young British under 25 sympathize with the genocidal terror organisation Islamic State. This includes most probably the vast majority of young Muslims in these two countries. These horrific numbers fit well with the fact that 75 percent of Muslims in Europe think that the Quran must be taken literally. What does this reseach tell us? It tells us that instead of being thankful for the safety and welfare offered to them by Western non-Muslim payers, Muslims have raised an army of jihadis, Generation Jihad, who support the Quran’s genocidal doctrine of complete annihilation and enslavement of all non-Muslims.
But this is nothing new: jihad and violent intolerance against non-Muslims has been part of Muslim upbringing always. Nancy Kobrin, Ph.D. in psychology: “The Islamic State has produced a book called Sister‘s Role in Jihad instructing how to destroy the minds of their child and turn them into killing machines. The contents of this book should be understood as NOTHING NEW in Islamic culture. What this terrorist handbook has done is to have inscribed practices that have been embraced for centuries behind closed doors.”
In England, a member of the English Defence League was threatened by authorities to have her newborn baby taken away from her because of her political views (Telegraph: “Why try to take baby from EDL mother but not from ‘terrorists’?“
Related article: My article on how Islamic child rearing creates terrorists: Why Islam creates monsters
Sun News clip about the Islamic State’s child rearing handbook:
From Daily Mail:
A guide for jihadi mothers on how to raise extremist children has surfaced online as an influential watchdog warns of the risks posed by a new generation of ‘Caliphate cubs’ trained for war.
The sick ‘handbook’, called Sister’s Role in Jihad, recommends showing children jihadi websites, reading tales of jihad at bedtime, and encourages sports such as darts to improve their aim.
It explains that women should start training children ‘while they are babies’ as waiting until they are toddlers ‘may be too late’, adding: ‘Don’t underestimate the lasting effect of what those little ears and eyes take in during the first few years of life!’
The book was highlighted by the U.S-based Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) ahead of a new report condemning how children are being indoctrinated into radical Islam.