The article’s closing paragraphs pose that very question to “the West,” asking if the president’s death would be “justified” given his “horrific track record against Islam and Muslims.”
The author then references the year then-President John F. Kennedy was assassinated by asking how many people would want to carry out the “horrors of 1963” all over again:
What we mean by this is, if the President of America were to be caught off-guard in Washington or St Louis, would his death be justified given his new criteria in light of his horrific track record against Islam and Muslims and his own confessions?
If the answer is no, then we ask, why not? And if the answer is, yes, then we ask how many people would be likely to want to repeat the horrors of 1963 against this very evil man?
MAC, a British, radical Islamic group that believes its adherents are not “obliged to obey the law of the land in whatever country they reside,” was founded in 2010 by Abu Assadullah. Notorious cleric Anjem Choudary, who once called for the execution of the Pope, is also associated with MAC.
You might also recall Choudary when his Islam4UK — another pro-Jihadist group that is also on the U.K’s terror watch list – protested Dutch MP Geert Wilders’ visit to the U.K.. Protesters carryed banners that reportedly read: ”Shariah is the solution, freedom go to hell“ and ”Geert Wilders deserves Islamic punishment”