Don’t You Just Hate it When That Happens?

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A German rapper got rapped recently.  By a 500 pound bomb.  In Syria.  Fighting for ISIS.

Good riddance.  And enjoy your 72 virgins.

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This is the end of the story for German rapper Deso Dog.  One thing that confuses me a tad, Muslims hate dogs (which should tell you everything you need to know about Muslims) and this guy takes the name “Dog.”  Oh well.

Deso had a troubled childhood and I’m not going to bore you with the details.  He became a rapper, abandoned his career in 2010, and went to Syria in 2012 to fight with ISIS.

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The Obama State Department accorded him hero status as a full fledged “terrorist” earlier this year.

“Denis Cuspert is a foreign terrorist fighter and operative for ISIL, a designated foreign terrorist organization. Cuspert joined ISIL in 2012 and has appeared in numerous videos on its behalf, the most recent dating from early November, in which he appears holding a severed head he claims belongs to a man executed for opposing ISIL. Born in Berlin, the 39-year-old Cuspert spent time in jail for various offenses. Now calling himself Abu Talha al-Almani, Cuspert has pledged an oath of loyalty to ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and appears to serve as an ISIL recruiter with special emphasis on recruiting German speakers to ISIL. Cuspert is emblematic of the type of foreign recruit ISIL seeks for its ranks – individuals who have engaged in criminal activity in their home countries who then travel to Iraq and Syria to commit far worse crimes against the people of those countries.”

And here’s his obituary.

“I can confirm that an Oct. 16 airstrike near Raqqah killed Denis Cuspert. Cuspert was a foreign terrorist fighter and operative for ISIL who used social media to take advantage of disaffected youth and potential Western recruits…He publicly threatened the President of the United States and German citizens; he also encouraged Western Muslims to conduct attacks.”


Let’s be clear.  Cuspert was just an ordinary Muslim.  His views are no different that you’d find with pretty much any Muslim leaving the Mosque.  He was a mainstream Muslim who stands out only because he was willing to tell the truth about his beliefs.


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