I'm not really all that mysterious


Seems fairly obvious that ISIL wants us to hate the people they are persecuting.

There is no place for bigotry in effective counterterrorism. Terrorist groups like al Qaeda and Islamic State thrive when they can exploit the vulnerable seams within a society, when they can exacerbate prejudices.

Professor James Forest, director of the graduate program in security studies and interim director of the Center for Terrorism and Security Studies at UMass Lowell (via Experts: Yes, Anti-Refugee Rhetoric Helps ISIS • 2015 Nov 24 • Sally Kohn • The Daily Beast

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