CIA Director John Brennan says that ISIS has been stopped in its tracks in Iraq and Syria. Really, says I? This is the same John Brennan who has been named by former FBI Agent and U.S. Marine John Guandolo as a convert to Islam. Guandolo is a co-author of Shariah: The Threat To America.
Cheryl Chumley has the report on Brennan’s comments over at WND:
CIA director John Brennan claimed the forward movements of ISIS terrorists have been “blunted” and halted in Iraq and Syria because of U.S. allied airstrikes – but cautioned against considering Iran an ally in the fight.
Indeed. Who, I will ask here, are the allies of the United States in the Middle East? Only one comes to mind. Israel. All others are Muslim states, Shariah-compliant entities dominated by kings or warlords who have been at odds with each other for about fourteen-hundred years.
Q: Does it make any difference in the world-wide jihad movement that one faction or another has been slowed down?
A: No. Whether Sunni or Shiite, all Muslims read the same Koran and believe it to be the absolute final word of Allah – without question.
Iran may be fighting against the spread of ISIS, he said. But that doesn’t mean Tehran could be considered a partner in this battle, Brennan said, during a “Fox News Sunday” interview.
“I wouldn’t consider Iran an ally,” he said.
Really. Excellent. Genius.
On Fox News, Brennan also claimed good news in the war against ISIS, saying the group is not “on the march” as previously.
He went on: “Clearly, ISIS momentum inside of Iraq and Syria has been blunted and it has been stopped. Our working with the Iraqis and the Iraqis now trying to push back against it, it is having some great, I think, progress.
He also acknowledged the terror group was making in other parts of the region, referring to recent attacks in Tunisia and Yemen.
Those attacks were proof “these [ISIS=tied] franchises are blowing up in Libya and other areas,” Brennan said, NBC reported. “This is something that clearly is not just restricted to Iraq and Syria. So, we cannot relent. We have to continue working with our partners in the region…
Really. And who, among the Middle East’s gangs of barbarian Muslim chiefs, shall we consider to be our partners in the region, given the mandates of the Koran which command Muslims to subjugate all nations and make violent jihad against Infidels, until there is nothing but Shariah in the world?
Wasn’t life a lot more pleasant before we knew anything about Islam?