THE ISLAMIC STATE PROVIDES A “NUCLEAR HOLOCAUST” IN THE WEST, ACCORDING TO A JOURNALIST WHO SPENT 10 DAYS IN THE ORGANIZATION
Jürgen Todenhöfer, 75, is a German journalist who spent 10 full days within the terrorist organization the Islamic State. For him, the West does not measure the gravity of the situation, and the group would plan a “nuclear holocaust” against the West to exterminate 500 million people.
“The Islamic State is much more organized and dangerous than we think” claims Jürgen Todenhöfer, a German journalist aged 75 who recently spent 10 days immersed in the terrorist organization in Iraq and Syria. For him for sure, the IU plans a sort of “nuclear holocaust” against the West, in order to eradicate all non-believers. As he says, these are 500 million people that destroy the EI account.
For Jürgen Todenhöfer, “all Shiites, Yazidi, Hindus, atheists and polytheists should be killed.” The threat is very serious for the journalist who believes that the West “does not measure the threat that it faces and underestimates the considerable risk” that hovers over the West. “I see no one able to stop them. Only Arabs can. I returned very pessimistic, “he adds.
Indeed, the man spent ten days in the heart of the terrorist organization. It took several months of negotiations before this immersion is approved by representatives of EI. “I had seen the terrible videos of beheadings. That’s exactly who asked me the biggest issue in my negotiations. If I had made my will before leaving, “he explains. There, “people live in barracks, in bombed-out houses. I slept on a plastic mat on the floor, I was lucky. ”
Upon his return, it is a deep pessimism that has invaded. “They are extremely brutal. Not only they cut heads, but they also speak of a religious cleansing strategy. This is their official philosophy: they speak of 500 million people who are dying. ” The Western world must die, including Muslims who accept democracy. But what makes it really pessimistic journalist is supreme confidence in the organization, a certainty of victory in their fight. “There is a palpable enthusiasm and confidence I have never seen in other war zones,” he concludes.
Sources: dailytelegraph, express