DAILYKENN.com -- Next time you see a Muslim seemingly floating around in a hijab, engage her in friendly conversation. But be mindful that Islam advocates your death and destruction.
Case in point:
An Islamic hate group is calling for "lone wolves" to "concoct virus from 'the feces and droppings of rats'".
The call included a how-to video.
Though not explicitly stated, it may be that the hate group is targeting San Francisco and other targets in the west due to it's distaste for homosexuality which is prevalent in the region.
From dailymail.co.uk ▼
The propaganda organs of the Islamic State have called for biological attacks on the West, with one poster depicting San Francisco.
'We will make you fear the air you breath (sic),' reads the text above the San Francisco skyline, with a hooded figure in the foreground holding a device spewing green gas, in an image obtained by the Middle East Media Research Institute.
It follows the recent release of a video calling for lone wolf biological attacks, offering crude instructions to followers on how to concoct 'the most serious plague' from 'the feces and droppings of rats'.
"We invite you, oh Muwahid [monotheist] who lives between the Mushrikeen [idolaters] that you clean the dust of humiliation and to renew the fatal nightmare in the land of the devil worshipers with a silent destructive weapon,' the video urged, according to a transcript published by MEMRI.
Though biological warfare is typically associated with advanced and hard-to-obtain agents such as anthrax, the video offered more rudimentary options for aspiring ISIS fanatics.
The video advised that Hantavirus is sometimes found in rat droppings, and also suggested combing through human excrement to obtain Cholera and Typhoid bacteria.
'This is the expected punishment for the oppressive US policy,' the video's narrator says.
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