Skip to comments.Muslim from Texas who joined the Islamic State: “I saw some crucifixions. (trunc)
Posted on 01/20/2019 12:42:42 PM PST by Roman_War_Criminal
FULL TITLE: Muslim from Texas who joined the Islamic State: I saw some crucifixions. You know, thats just normal life there.
Of course it was normal life in the Islamic State, because the Islamic State adhered scrupulously to Sharia within its domains. And crucifixion is a Sharia punishment, based on the Quran:
Indeed, the penalty for those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger and strive upon earth corruption is none but that they be killed or crucified or that their hands and feet be cut off from opposite sides or that they be exiled from the land. That is for them a disgrace in this world; and for them in the Hereafter is a great punishment. (Quran 5:33)
SUGAR LAND, Texas The Houstonian who applied for a job with the Islamic State group and was captured in Syria recently spoke about his experience in an exclusive interview with NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel.
Warren Christopher Clark graduated from the University of Houston in 2008 with a political science degree. He went on to be a substitute teacher in Sugar Land .
I wanted to actually go see exactly what the group was about and what they were doing, Clark said. I saw some people being executed publicly; I saw some crucifixions. You know, thats just normal life there.
I am looking to get a position teaching English to students in the Islamic state, Clark wrote in part .
I was born and raised in the United States and have always loved teaching, Clark also wrote
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I fear our Marxist infiltrated courts will let hhim off like they did with Bowe Bergdahl !
Texas has more muslims than most states because George W, Bush and Rick Perry invited them while they were Gov.
An ISIS Islamist?
Hes GOP wonk qualified now in Texas.
Thanks GW. Thanks Rick.
Allah The All Knowing, the Most Wise
The Arabian Prophet
This one is a son of Obama who converted.
Whoopsie and/or Oprah who defended Vick would say “It’s a cultural thing,” because Trump opposes it.
The more I think about it, the more I am convinced that George W. Bush was one of the very worst presidents in U.S. history. His mistakes - however well-intentioned - will have profound and lasting effects.
This guy has been there, seen crucifixions, comes back, seems to blow off said crucifixions as normal, and expresses a desire to go back to the place so he can teach them English?
Let me ask, how are they paying him?
Texas has the third most mosques, that probably helped.
“When pressed about why he joined Islamic State group if he knew they were responsible for brutal killings, he responded in part: ‘I think, you know, with the beheadings, OK that’s execution. You know, I’m from the United States. From Texas. They like to execute people too.’”
Yeah, we do like to execute people guilty of capital crimes in Texas. And I feel Warren Christopher Clark is guilty of a capital crime by joining ISIS.
And, btw, I live in Texas and lived in Sugar Land for several years.
He would be suspected as spy.
They would want him to do something to prove he might not be a spy.
HE HAS BEHEADED PEOPLE.
ONLY taught engrish —MY A$S.
Hopefully the autopsy will reveal if this Jihadist’s violent ways were caused by something neurological.
Say want you want about FDR. But if some American had joined the SS, and then had come back while the war was still on...that guy wouldn’t be walking around free.
Were his mistakes well -intentioned?
I wanted to actually go see exactly what the group was about and what they were doing, Clark said. I saw some people being executed publicly; I saw some crucifixions. You know, thats just normal life there. I am looking to get a position teaching English to students in the Islamic state, Clark wrote in part I was born and raised in the United States and have always loved teaching,
Appears to have been named after Carter's S of State. Thanks Roman_War_Criminal.
Is this the guy the Kurds caught?
Let the Kurds deal with him.
Or as they say in London, it’s part and parcel.
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