Islamic state is not separated from Islam or Muslim culture whatsoever, so there is no need to refer to them as terrorists.
Any coincidence that this happened in Michigan, the headquarters of the Sunni population in the U.S.? Hardly. And why this particular church? The fact that these devout Muslims identified a particular church in a state overrun with Muslims tells us he or they are local right there in the area and know about the church, which obviously is annoying them. Meanwhile they are in close contact with terrorists all the way in Syria and Iraq. There are a few mosques apperantly located a few miles away from the church and even without any further research, we bet they are Sunni mosques. There is a high likelyhood these problems can be traced right to these mosques.
It’s not rocket science.
Church Website Defaced with Ominous Jihadi Message
New pro-ISIS hacking group surfaces online.
By Catalin Cimpanu, Softpedia
Apr 25, 2016 10:50 GMT
Late Friday afternoon, pro-ISIS group the United Cyber Caliphate has defaced the website of the Lamont Christian Reformed Church in the city of Lamont, near Coopersville, Michigan.
A 15-year-old teenage girl discovered the website’s defacement while searching for the church’s phone number, according to local TV station FOX17.
The defacement consisted of a YouTube video and written Arabic text. The YouTube video is a famous ISIS recruitment material from Abu Muhammad al-Adnani al-Shami, the official spokesperson and a senior leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
The video was published many years ago, but it’s still ominous even today, with al-Shami saying “We will conquer your Rome, break your crosses and enslave your women by the permission of Allah, the Exalted. This is His promise to us, He is glorified and He does not fail in His promise.”
C.C.S. Technologies, the company in charge of the church’s website restored the site the following day. Attendance to the church’s next sermon was of only six people.
FBI and other authorities were called in to investigate. There have been some massive changes on the ISIS cyber-front, and we’ll be following this story with a more in-depth report on the pro-ISIS hacking scene later on today. [UPDATE: Here’s more insight on the pro-ISIS hacking scene.]