Understanding Islamic religious bigots

Daily Mail:

ISIS appears to be stepping up its campaign to attract an international support base after clothing and memorabilia promoting the group appeared online.
The sale of Western clothing - including T-shirts, hoodies and baseball caps - bearing the Islamist group's name and slogans is a worrying development in ISIS' growth as a global 'terror brand'.
The jihadist group - which has taken control of large areas of Syria and Iraq in a shockingly brutal campaign that has been condemned as too extreme even by Al Qaeda - has previously been described as 'social media savvy' thanks to its widespread use of Twitter to spread propaganda.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2666854/Inside-ISIS-gift-shop-Online-jihadist-spring-summer-collection-shocks-internet.html#ixzz3NJ4b5iVl 
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook'We do not understand the movement': Top Special Forces general confessed the US is clueless about ISIS as FBI agent warns about terror army's youth recruiting


Maj. Gen. Michael Nagata was shocked to find 'there are I.S. t-shirts and mugs.' an FBI agent explained that ISIS's youth recruiting power mirrors that of animal-rights- and eco-terror groups in the West.
These people are religious bigots who think they are on a mission from God.  They appeal to young people who have been taught the same bigotry toward other religions.  I don't find that so difficult to comprehend.  Because of their messianic mind set they have no inhibitions about killing raping or taking slaves.

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