Palestinians Threaten Infidel Journalists With Conversion or Death

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The Holy Jihad Brigades warn, “Any infidel blood will have no sanctity.”

Doesn’t this seem like a step backwards for the propaganda department?

The new terror group in Gaza warns either Islam, death or something given in return.
Steve Centanni and Olaf Wiig praised the Palestinians after choosing the forced conversion option.

After Europeans agreed to give the Palestinian Hamas led government $500 million on Friday this is the thanks they get from the Holy Jihad Brigades:

Palestinian militants who held two Fox News journalists hostage for nearly two weeks threatened in a statement posted online Saturday to abduct non-Muslims visiting the Palestinian territories and kill them unless their demands were met.

The statement, posted in the name of the Holy Jihad Brigades on a Web site frequently used by militants, said the group would kill any hostages it takes unless they converted to Islam, paid a ransom or Muslim prisoners were exchanged for their release.

“Any infidel blood will have no sanctity,” the group said in the statement.

It seems like this move may hurt the PR campaign they’ve put together over the years… But, maybe not.

Mark Steyn argues that abduction is not necessary for infidel journalists.

In other news from Gaza, Terrorism Research Center reports that Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip are garnering increasing numbers of weapons and tactical expertise from Hezbollah fighters.

Dinocrat has thoughts on the “Conversion or Death” warnings.
Hat Tip Larwyn

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