The head of INTERPOL (International Criminal Police Organization) has recommended that the jihadi terror group Islamic State should be renamed “CM” for Cowardly Murderers. Doing so, he suggested, would delegitimize them as Islamic, and would also help the global community understand what the Islamic State truly stands for.
“The cruel murder of an innocent man who freely gave his time to assist the people of the very region where he met his death is a testament to the depravity of this terrorist group, which is seeking to create a reign of terror across the region,” said INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald Noble.
The INTERPOL chief continued, placing himself in the elite ranks of president Barack Obama, John Kerry, and Ben Affleck, as someone who claims that they know very well what Islam does and does not sanction, even though they are not Muslims, nor are they religious scholars. “I ask the global community why should we allow a bloodthirsty group of terrorists to name themselves after a religion as a pretext to justify their heinous crime that no religion would justify,” added Noble.
Noble was not finished. He proposed the next thing we must do as a united global diaspora was to reject the Islamic State’s own name, and replace it with ‘CM’, or Cowardly Murderers. Simply dismissing the name Islamic State would result in the delegitimization of IS’s entire campaign, he argued.
“I propose that the global community and law enforcement rename this group as ‘CM’ for Cowardly murders,” he said. “By doing this, we will remove their efforts to legitimize their crimes and put would-be foreign fighters on notice that if they join this group, then the world will see them as nothing more than cowardly murderers.”
“Finally, let me stress that the cold-blooded and barbaric murder of Alan Henning only serves to harden the resolve of the global community to increase our efforts against the growing threat posed by militant terrorist groups, and bring those responsible for committing such atrocities to justice,” added the Interpol Secretary General.
Noble concluded, “We will not allow these cowardly terrorists to intimidate those of us who respect human life and the rule of law. Moreover, we will not allow these murderers to shield themselves behind their distortion of a religion.”