As Islamists Pledge to Wipe Out Christianity, Gov't Study Says Not to Worry
In the wake of the news that an Islamist group affiliated with the United Muslim Nations International has announced their intentions to destroy Christianity and wipe it from the face of the earth, a U.S. government-sponsored study has been released that says "Muslim terrorists are widely misunderstood and don't wish to impose Islam around the world as is commonly believed in the West."
Back on earth, Islamist leader Sheik Farook al-Mohammedi has announced the "Revived Global Caliphate has set eyes on the West to once and for all rid the world of Christianity" and to "Islamize" countries like the United States. But never fear, the U.S. government-sponsored study says that Islamists are "not an aggressive offensive foe seeking domination and conquest of unbelievers, as is commonly assumed."
Nevermind that the one constant in Islamist history is conquest, and that even now, in the wake of the Arab Spring, Christians in the Middle East increasingly find that their options are limited to either recanting their faith, being whipped (or otherwise punished), or being killed.
By the way, our Department of Defense paid millions to fund this worthless study. Which is a shame when you think that they could have just spent $2 for a cup of coffee in Starbucks, surfed the internet for 15 minutes while drinking it, and discovered enough information in that one search to prove that Islamists are daily issuing the same ultimatum to Westerners the world over: convert or be conquered.