Why pretend that they are “Islamic state supporters”? They don’t have to be ISIS supporters. They are Koran supporters where jihad and slaughter of infidels is a required norm for every Muslim to commit, whether they do so in a group or by themselves. Islam in itself is built on terrorism. It grew from terrorism. It expanded around the world from terrorism. And it gained over 1.5 billion followers by terrorizing the people making them fear their safety and peace, thus converting out of fear and submission. All Muslims are the future generations of infidel ancestors who were victims of Muslim terrorism of the medieval times. They converted out of fear.
All this nonsense to attribute terrorism only to ISIS, al-Qaeda, Taliban or one of the hundreds of Muslim terror groups around the world is absurd.
Islamic State supporters celebrate deadly attack in France on social media
Thursday, 14 July 2016 23:38 GMT
CAIRO, July 15 (Reuters) – Supporters of Islamic State celebrated on social media an attack in France by a truck that ran into crowds watching a fireworks display on the Bastille Day national holiday, killing at least 73 people and injuring 100.
“The number of those killed had reached 62 french crusaders and sinful infidels in Nice, France.. God is great, God is great,” read one tweet.
The driver drove at high speed for over 100 metres (yards) along the famed Promenade des Anglais seafront in the French Riviera city of Nice before hitting the mass of spectators. The driver was shot dead, sub-prefect Sebastien Humbert told France Infos radio.
Humbert described it as a clear criminal attack. The driver was not yet identified. Residents of the Mediterranean city, which is close to the Italian border, were advised to stay indoors. There was no sign of any other attack.
Almost exactly eight months ago Islamic State militants killed 130 people in Paris. On Sunday, France had breathed a sigh of relief as the month-long Euro 2016 soccer tournament ended without a feared attack.
(Reporting by Ali Abdelatti; Writing by Amina Ismail; Editing by Leslie Adler)