Brian Kilmeade of Fox and Friends admitted to Senator John McCain that he has ‘a problem helping those people out’ – ‘those people’ being Syrian ‘rebels’ on a video shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ after downing a fighter jet. John McCain, donning his vestments, pronounced:
“Would you have a problem with American Christians saying, thank God, thank God?” … “That’s what they’re saying. Come on. Of course they’re Muslims, but they’re moderates.”First, my immediate response (had I been the interviewer) would have been, ‘You know, Mr. McCain, if I was within arm’s length of anyone professing to be Christian who praised or thanked God right after having atomized a perceived enemy with a rocket, I would do something sincerely un-Christian and deck them.’
Perhaps someone in Senator McCain’s office could introduce him to this neat new invention called the Internet; there, he could go to a site called Google (or even Yahoo’s homepage), type in ‘define allahu akbar’ and come up with the right definition of the term –‘God is greatest’, which also happens to be used as a battle-cry.
Or he could use Google or Yahoo to find these items (courtesy of Todd Starnes):None of this is hidden or buried information, John.
Allahu Akbar is what the terrorists said before flying jetliners into the World Trade Center Towers, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania.
Allahu Akbar is what traitor Nidal Hasan said before American soldiers were slaughtered at Fort Hood.
Allahu Akbar is what the terrorists’ mother said after the Boston Marathon bombings.
Allahu Akbar is what was spray-painted on the side of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.
Allahu Akbar is what two attackers in London shouted as they used a machete to butcher a man on a public street.
Or are you too focused on the current hearings on whether to bomb Syria or not?