Latest Announcement Made By ISIS About Donald Trump Leaves Many Stunned

ISIS leaders have chimed in on the American election, and America's new President Elect Donald J. Trump. Propaganda videos are already being released that use Trump to incite jihad and recruit terrorists.

Abu Omar Khorasani, a top commander for ISIS in Afghanistan, said the terrorist group was shocked that Americans elected Trump. "This guy is a complete maniac," Khorasani ironically said to Reuters.

According to Khorasani, Muslims fear that Trump hates them. This will only make it easier for ISIS to use him as a tool for propaganda. Already, videos are flowing using Trump's image and campaign promises to suspend Muslim immigration.

Trumps speeches and comments, from the past and after he becomes president, will be used to fuel fear and Anti-American sentiment, claim experts. "The key thing militant groups, particularly Islamic State and al Qaeda, depend on for recruitment purposes is convincing Muslims in the Western world that the West hates them and won't ever accept them as part of their society," said Matthew Henman, head of IHS Jane's Terrorism and Insurgency Centre.

“The dog Trump's victory in the U.S. elections is a gold mine for Muslims not a setback if they know how to use it,” tweeted one IS supporter.

Some point to this as an even bigger reason to complain and protest about Trump’s win. Others say it only proves terrorists fear of Trump.

"It is clear that al-Shabaab has capitalized on Hillary Clinton’s comment that Trump has become the Islamic State's 'best recruiter,'" wrote Dr. Tawfik Hamid, author of 'Inside Jihad: Understanding and Confronting Radical Islam.'

Hamid, a former ISIS radical, says in an editorial in Newsmax.com that terrorist groups 'flourished' under Obama and Clinton, and have been fearing a Trump presidency. Threats that Trump might be useful to their cause have merely been an attempt to avoid his getting elected. "Islamic radicals would prefer someone like Hillary Clinton as president," he said.

Source: MailOnline

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