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H.R. McMaster Endorses Quran-Kissing Apology Ceremonies Book


Apparently, H. R McMaster wants armored tanks in our streets as well.

H.R. McMaster Endorsed Book That Advocates Quran-Kissing Apology Ceremonies

TEL AVIV — A book on terrorism endorsed and touted by H.R. McMaster, the embattled White House National Security Adviser, calls on the U.S. military to respond to any “desecrations” of the Quran by service members with an apology ceremony, and advocates kissing a new copy of the Quran before presenting the Islamic text to the local Muslim public.

The book’s author further demanded that any American soldier who “desecrates” the Quran be ejected from the foreign country of deployment, relieved of duty and turned over to a military judge for “punishment.”

“Desecration” of the Quran, according to the McMaster-endorsed book, includes such acts as “letting the Quran fall to the ground during a search, or more blatant instances.”

The book, reviewed in full by this reporter, was authored by U.S. military officer Youssef H. Aboul-Enein and is titled Militant Islamist Ideology: Understanding the Global Threat.

McMaster provided a glowing blurb for the book jacket, referring to Aboul-Enein’s book as “an excellent starting point” for understanding terrorist ideology.

McMaster also promoted the book in ARMOR, the journal of the U.S. Army’s Armor Branch, published at Fort Benning, Georgia, where McMaster served as commanding general at the Ft. Benning Maneuver Center of Excellence.

McMaster wrote in his blurb for the book: “Militant Islamist Ideology deserves a wide readership among all those concerned with the problem of transnational terrorism, their ideology, and our efforts to combat those organizations that pose a serious threat to current and future generations of Muslims and non-Muslims alike.”

In the blurb, McMaster revealed his own views on terrorism, claiming that “terrorist organizations use a narrow and irreligious ideology to recruit undereducated and disenfranchised people to their cause.”

Aboul-Enein is listed as a senior adviser and analyst at the Joint Intelligence Task Force for Combating Terrorism at the Defense Intelligence Agency, a position that he also held under the Obama administration. He is an officer in the Navy Medical Service Corps and Middle East Foreign Officer, and an adjunct military professor and chair of Islamic studies at the National Defense University.

Besides endorsing Militant Islamist Ideology, McMaster also wrote a forward for another Aboul-Enein book, this one titled Iraq in Turmoil: Historical Perspectives of Dr. Ali al-Wardi, From the Ottoman Empire to King Feisal.

Quran ‘Desecration’

In the book, Aboul-Enein warned that “incidents of desecrating the Quran, such as letting the Quran fall to the ground during a search, or more blatant instances, allow our adversary to capitalize on outrage and to score points in the arena of public opinion.”

Any such “desecration” of the Quran, the author wrote, “would be considered an offense not only by Militant Islamists but by Islamists and wider Muslim community as well.”

Aboul-Enein recommended that “desecrations” of the Quran should be “quickly acknowledged, with unconditional apologies and reassurances to the public that the accused do not represent the United States or its military, that they have been ejected from the country and referred to their service’s judge advocate general for punishment.”

Besides ejecting the service member from the country of deployment and turning the soldier over to a judge for “punishment,” Aboul-Enein pointed to a May 2008 incident in which a U.S. Army sniper reportedly used the Quran for target practice. He upheld the response by Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Hammond, commander of U.S. forces in Baghdad, as forming, in Aboul-Enein’s opinion, the minimal official U.S. military reaction to such desecrations.

The response included an “apology ceremony” at which a U.S. official kissed a copy of the Quran before presenting the text to the local community as a “humble gift.”

Aboul-Enein writes that Hammond took the following steps, “which in my opinion formed the basis by which American officials and Iraqi tribal leaders fighting al-Qaida can at least alleviate the emotionalism of such an event”:

  • Hammond held “an apology ceremony, not a press conference, and he issued this statement, flanked by Iraqi Sunni leaders of the Radwaniyah District, where the incident had happened: ‘I come before you here seeking your forgiveness, in the most humble manner I look in your eyes today, and I say please forgive me and my soldiers.’”
  • A U.S. official “kissed a new copy of the Quran and ceremoniously presented it to the tribal leaders.”
  • Hammond read the following letter from the shooter: “I sincerely hope that my actions have not diminished the partnership that our two nations have developed together. … My actions were shortsighted, very reckless and irresponsible, but in my heart [the actions] were not malicious.”
  • The offending sniper was “relieved of duty and reassigned.”
  • Hammond himself commented, “The actions of one soldier were nothing more than criminal behavior. … I’ve come to this land to protect you, to support you—not to harm you—and the behavior of this soldier was nothing short of wrong and unacceptable.”

The section on Quran “desecration” is not the only controversial part of the book. Breitbart News reported last week that Aboul-Enein’s book also calls Hamas an “Islamist political group” while failing to categorize the deadly organization as a terrorist group, and refers to al-Qaida attacks and anti-Israel terrorism as “resistance.”

The work frames jihad as a largely peaceful “means to struggle or exert effort,” such as waking up early in the morning to recite prayers. It argues that groups like al-Qaida and other terrorist organizations have hijacked the concept of jihad to wage war using such tactics as suicide bombings.

Hamas an ‘Islamist Political Group’

Throughout the McMaster-endorsed Militant Islamist Ideology book, Aboul-Enein struggles to properly categorize Hamas; but at no point does he call Gaza’s murderous Islamist rulers a terrorist organization.

Hamas is a terrorist group responsible for scores of deadly suicide bombings, shootings and rocket attacks targeting Israeli civilians. Hamas’s official charter calls for the obliteration of the Jewish state, and proclaims that there is “no solution for the Palestinian question except through Jihad.” Hamas leaders routinely demand the destruction of Israel and the murder of Jews.

Yet Aboul-Enein struggles to properly classify Hamas. At one point, Aboul-Enein differentiates between “militant Islamists” and Hamas, grouping the latter among “Islamist political groups.”

In the book’s introduction, he writes:

Militant Islamists alienate not only the United States but even Islamist political groups like the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. It is time for a more nuanced definition of the threat.

At another point, the author calls Hamas an “Islamist” group. He writes (page 131): “For instance, Zawahiri condemns Islamist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas for participating in the electoral process.”

Despite its clear terrorist activities, Aboul-Enein suggests (page 2) that Hamas does not “fit into a neat category.” He asks an open question about whether Hamas “is an Islamist or Militant Islamist group,” but he does not provide an answer.

He writes (page 3):

There are also Islamists who do not fit into a neat category, such as the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas. On one hand, Hamas provides social services, won 44 percent of the electorate in 2006, and is the government of the Palestinian territories. On the other hand, it has failed to compromise effectively with other Palestinian rejectionist and secular groups to form a governing coalition, and it has failed to provide social services for a wider Palestinian populace. In addition, it has conducted suicide operations directed against Israeli civilians – though it has not widened its campaign beyond targeting Israel. Further, al-Qaida senior leaders have viciously attacked Hamas for participating in electoral politics. The question for Americans is whether Hamas is an Islamist or Militant Islamist group.

Aboul-Enein fails to note that the U.S. government already answered that so-called question, designating Hamas as a foreign terrorist group.

In another section of the book, Aboul-Enein defines (page 193) Hamas as straddling “the Islamist and Militant Islamist divide, using its proficiency in suicide-bomber operations to strike at Israeli targets, yet it is currently in government.” He also writes (page 215) that Hamas “is a Palestinian Sunni Islamist militant organization and political party.”

Al-Qaida, Palestinian ‘Resistance’

In the book, Aboul-Enein refers to the deadly terrorism of al-Qaida in Iraq as “resistance.” Besides its worldwide mayhem, Al-Qaida has been responsible for countless terrorist attacks across Iraq that have targeted civilians, U.S. troops and Iraqi government institutions.

Aboul-Enein relates a struggle between the goals of al-Qaida in Iraq (AQI) and those of the Islamic Army of Iraq (IAI) in terms of “resistance” locally versus a global fight against the West.

Aboul-Enein writes (page 101):

In post-Saddam Iraq, among the Sunni insurgency there are other stressors that undermine al-Qaida in Iraq (AQI), such as the tensions between the Islamic Army of Iraq (IAI) and al-Qaida in Iraq. The IAI struggles with AQI over the concept of this fight being for Iraq’s Sunnis and not a wider pan-Islamist struggle; the IAI has narrower objectives than AQI. It is a tension between Jihad as muqawama (resistance) and Jihad for a wider pan-Islamist objective.

He refers to support for “resistance” against the U.S. presence in Iraq. He does so when documenting the rise of Muslim Brotherhood political parties and public criticism of an al-Qaida hotel bombing in 2005 in Amman, Jordan.

He writes (page 46):

This has split the Muslim Brotherhood, as there is deep hostility toward the U.S. presence in Iraq, support for muqawama (resistance) and for the Muslim Brotherhood concept of wasatiyah (moderation), and recognition of the need for grassroots representation of the Ahl-al-Sunnah (formal term for Sunni Muslims).

Aboul-Enein also categorizes deadly terrorist raids on Jewish settlements in the 1930s as “resistance,” even though those operations targeted and killed civilians.

He states: (page 138)

No study of Militant Islamist ideologues and the cleavages between Militant Islamist and Islamist groups can be complete without delving into the life, actions, theories, and legacy of Abdullah Azzam. Militant Islamist operatives take the nom de guerre “Abu Azzam” in his honor. A witness to increased Jewish immigration into Palestine in World War II, Azzam was reared on the stories of resistance by the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigade, which led guerrilla raids against the British and then Jewish settlers.

The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades is currently the namesake of Hamas’s so-called military wing. Aboul-Enein was referring to deadly attacks carried out by the original Brigade, founded around 1930 by Izz ad-Din al-Qassam, a Syrian Muslim cleric who popularized the concept of jihad against Jews during the British civil administration of Palestine.

“Islamist” vs. “Militant Islamist”

The core of Aboul-Enein’s endeavor, and one that may help to elucidate McMaster’s views, is to differentiate between what he terms “Islamist” and “Militant Islamist,” and to show that “militant Islamists” present a distorted, dishonest view of Islam. The thesis might clarify McMaster’s aversion to using the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism.”

In seeking to differentiate between “Islam,” “Islamist,” and “Militant Islamist,” Aboul-Enein comes up with the following basic definitions:

  • Islam is “the religious faith of Muslims, involving (as defined in Merriam-Webster’s) belief in Allah as the sole deity and in Muhammad as his prophet.”
  • He defines Islamist as “a group or individual advocating Islam as a political as well as a religious system. Chief Islamist objectives include implementing sharia (Islamic) law as the basis of all statutory issues and living as did the earliest adherents to Islam. Many Islamists also assert that implementation of sharia law requires the elimination of all non-Islamic influences in social, political, economic, and military spheres of life.”
  • Militant Islamists, Aboul-Enein claims, consist of a “group or individual advocating Islamist ideological goals, principally by violent means. Militant Islamists call for the strictest possible interpretation of both the Quran (Muslim book of divine revelation) and the hadith (the Prophet Muhammad’s actions and deeds). This narrow interpretation opposes the beliefs of Muslims and non-Muslims alike; Militant Islamists stand against Western democracies, Middle Eastern institutions of government, and Islamist political parties that participate nonviolently in elections.”

Defining Jihad

Aboul-Enein frames jihad as a largely peaceful “means to struggle or exert effort,” a term that has been hijacked by “militant Islamists” to wage extremist warfare.

Aboul-Enein posits, for example, that jihad “can be as simple as struggling to get up in the early morning to say your dawn prayers or struggling to learn and improve yourself spiritually or intellectually. It also can mean struggling in the path of God, which does not necessarily mean engaging in warfare but might be making time to teach Islam to children or providing financial support for an Islamic project.”

Jihad, in other words, is a struggle to fulfill one’s obligations to Allah, according to the author.

Islamists, he states, define jihad as a “means to expend every effort fighting against the disbelievers.” However, Aboul-Enein attempts to cloak this violent struggle in the shroud of morality.

He writes (page 34): “Islamists delineate who can fight and when; unlike Militant Islamists, they generally set rules and limits for engaging in fighting in the name of God. … It makes Jihad obligatory upon all Muslims only if the enemy has entered Muslim lands and if the imam calls for Jihad.”

Some Islamists, he relates, “prescribe a protocol of warfare in which a noble Muslim warrior should be free of arrogance and conceit,” and espouse “etiquette” such as “warnings not to kill noncombatant women and children.”

Aboul-Enein describes the seemingly legitimate, moderate jihad as different from the jihadist views advocated by “militant Islamists,” who “use women, children, and the mentally infirm as suicide bombers, who reduce Jihad to fighting or supporting the fighting through financial means, and who make Jihad incumbent upon all Muslims, with no distinction between communal and individual responsibility.”

Islam experts, meanwhile, have pointed out that mainstream Islamic scripture advocates a violent jihad to spread Islam worldwide.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, wrote at Foreign Policy magazine that “anyone seeking support for armed jihad in the name of Allah will find ample support in the passages in the Quran and Hadith that relate to Mohammed’s Medina period.”

Ali pointed to Q4:95 which states, “Allah hath granted a grade higher to those who strive and fight with their goods and persons than to those who sit (at home).” Q8:60 instructs Muslims “to strike terror into (the hearts of) the enemies, of Allah and your enemies, and others besides, whom ye may not know, but whom Allah doth know.” Q9:29 explicitly tells Muslims: “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.”

Writes Ali:

Mainstream Islamic jurisprudence continues to maintain that the so-called “sword verses” (9:5 and 9:29) have “abrogated, canceled, and replaced” those verses in the Quran that call for “tolerance, compassion, and peace.”

There lies the duality within Islam. It’s possible to claim, following Mohammed’s example in Mecca, that Islam is a religion of peace. But it’s also possible to claim, as the Islamic State does, that a revelation was sent to Mohammed commanding Muslims to wage jihad until every human being on the planet accepts Islam or a state of subservience, on the basis of his legacy in Medina.

The key question is not whether Islam is a religion of peace, but rather, whether Muslims follow the Mohammed of Medina, regardless of whether they are Sunni or Shiite.

Writing for the Hoover Institute, Shmuel Bar, who served as a senior research fellow at the Institute for Policy and Strategy at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya in Israel, asserted that “few orthodox Islamic scholars would deny” that beliefs “commonly viewed as typical of radical Islamic ideology” are “deeply rooted in Orthodox Islam.”

McMaster’s Troubling Views

McMaster, meanwhile, has espoused controversial views on the topics discussed in Aboul-Enein’s book.

On Monday, Breitbart News unearthed a 2014 speech on the Middle East in which McMaster claimed that Islamic terrorist organizations are “really un-Islamic” and are “really irreligious organizations” who cloak themselves in the “false legitimacy of Islam.”

McMaster, who serves in a critical national security position, seems to be minimizing the central religious motivations of radical Islamic terrorist groups who are waging a religious war against Western civilization.

He has made such remarks in the past. Delivering the keynote address at last April’s Norwich University ROTC Centennial Symposium, McMaster criticized “modern day barbarians like Daesh [Islamic State] and Al-Qaeda who cynically use a perverted interpretation of religion to perpetuate ignorance, incite hatred, and commit the most heinous crimes against innocents.”

In February, CNN cited a source inside a National Security Council meeting quoting McMaster as saying that use of the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism” is unhelpful in working with allies to fight terrorism.

In May, McMaster spoke on ABC’s This Week about whether Trump would use the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism” in a speech that the president was about to give in Saudi Arabia.

“The president will call it whatever he wants to call it,” McMaster said. “But I think it’s important that, whatever we call it, we recognize that [extremists] are not religious people. And, in fact, these enemies of all civilizations, what they want to do is to cloak their criminal behavior under this false idea of some kind of religious war.”

In the speech, Trump eventually urged Muslim-majority countries to take the lead in “combating radicalization,” and referred to “Islamist extremism and the Islamist terror groups it inspires.”

Shia and Sunni Islamic terrorist groups such as al-Qaida, Hamas, Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad and the Islamic State each openly espouse Islamic motivations, repeatedly cite the Quran, and claim they are fighting a religious war. Some of the Sunni groups are violent offshoots of the Muslim Brotherhood, which seeks to create a global Islamic caliphate.

Besides his drive to define terrorist groups as “irreligious,” Breitbart News further unearthed a speech following Israel’s defensive 2014 war against the Hamas terrorist group in which McMaster sidestepped a question about whether the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) conducted itself in an ethical manner, instead providing what McMaster admitted was a “non-answer.”

The IDF is known to go to extreme lengths to operate ethically and protect civilians when fighting Palestinian jihadists who use civilians as human shields, launch rocket attacks from civilian zones and house their terrorist infrastructures in densely populated civilian areas.

Earlier this month, the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA), the oldest pro-Israel group in the country, released an analysis of McMaster’s policies and reported views, concluding that he should be reassigned outside the NSC after it found that McMaster may be undermining Trump’s stated national security agenda.

The analysis states:

We find it hard to understand how someone who clearly has animus toward Israel, who supports the disastrous Iran nuclear deal, who opposes calling out radical Islamist terrorists, who fires Trump loyalists and supporters of Israel and opponents of Iran, who hires those opposed to President Trump’s policies especially on Israel and Iran, who refused to acknowledge that the Western Wall is in Israel, who opposes Israeli counterterrorism measures, and who shuts down joint U.S. counterterrorism programs that are of enormous value to U.S. security, can faithfully serve President Trump as top national security advisor. President Trump made it crystal clear, both before and since his election, that supporting Israel and the U.S.-Israel alliance, abrogating or at least vigorously enforcing the Iran deal while calling out and sanctioning Iran’s violations, confronting radical Islamist terrorism, and draining the Washington swamp were key, distinguishing policies of his administration.

The ZOA’s analysis cited Breitbart News articles by this reporter on McMaster’s background.

Last week, Breitbart News reported that McMaster served at a UK-based think tank financed by a controversial, George Soros-funded group identified by the Obama White House as central in helping to sell the Iran nuclear deal to the public and news media.

From September 2006 to February 2017, McMaster was listed as a member of International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), where he served as consulting senior fellow. The IISS describes itself as a “world-leading authority on global security, political risk and military conflict.”

Breitbart also reported that IISS is bankrolled by multinational corporate firms doing billions of dollars of business in Iran.

And IISS quietly took in about $32.5 million in funding from Bahrain, a country whose constitution explicitly enshrines Sharia Islamic law as its governing doctrine, Breitbart News documented.

The funding from Bahrain, a repressive regime with a dismal human rights track record but also an important regional U.S. ally, reportedly amounted to one quarter of the think tank’s total income.

A significant portion of the Bahraini funding reportedly pays for the think tank’s annual conference in Bahrain, the Mamana Dialogue. The original agreement between IISS and Bahrain to finance the conference contained a clause calling for the memorandum of understanding to remain confidential, according to the document, which was leaked by a watchdog and published by the Guardian newspaper last year.

As a member of IISS, McMaster participated in the Sixth Mamana Dialogue summit in Bahrain from December 11 to December 13, 2009, Breitbart News found. He is listed in IISS literature as being part of the Mamana Dialogue’s four-person panel that year on “military transformation, intelligence and security cooperation.”

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  • Mahou Shoujo

    mcmaster is part of the liberal whine growers of america, an organization dedicated to the snivelling whines of islam. His position, is in the bottling plant, where he is the officious “cork soaker.”

    • Suresh

      He is continuing obama’s failed policies and Trump either does not get it or is under pressure from Left/liberal loons to continue with the fraud.

      Left/liberal/feminazi pro-jihadis become more and more sharia compliant when there is no pushback.

      Like this Ridiculous attempt to ban hot and sexy women from social media’s and public space

      The Reason is shown in the video.

  • putupjob

    another crypto muslim that came from the obama years.

    • Semur Jengkol

      why not ?

  • buck

    Only makes sense since McMaster is equally outraged when incidents of desecrating the Bible, such as a “fall to the ground during a search,” right? No? You mean he is yet another leftist hypocrite from Obama years that ONLY kisses up to muslimn terrorists and cares nothing about the holy books of other religions?

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  • AR154U☑ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ DEPLORABLE 2020

    Perhaps H.R. McMaster should stop ‘Mastering’ the job of kissing these,…. and protect our TROOPS !!!!

  • Meg

    Why doesn’t Trump get rid of this man?

    • felix1999

      President Javanka agree with him.
      I guarantee you, BOTH would have happily voted for Hillary. Both are registered Democrats.

    • Trump can’t ban islam

      because the hand of mohammad is strong. here a photo of your president Einsenhower, who fought Hitler, kissing muslims a***s and paying them money because islam will dominate. Americans are getting used to it. Trump’s chief of staff general Kelly does the same. Islam belongs in usa now

      • glnman

        The only thing Islam will dominate is the goat out back of the house. It’s silly book is nothing more than a hate filled screed written by a pedophile. Muslims can’t even tolerate each other. Just place a shia and a sunni together in the same room and watch how fast they try to kill each other just like 2 male great apes.

        What other culture wipes their a$$ with their fingers then eats food after or drinks the camel urine cure all? When is the last time you’ve heard of 15 men contracting tetanus from humping the same donkey except Muslims? Normal folks don’t participate in bestiality only Muslims and this only touches the surface of their sub human behavior.

  • felix1999


    All Islam Is Radical Islam. Here’s Why
    Julian Assage is on there too!

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    No muslum state is an ally of the free world, because no muslum state is any way free — incl Bahrain.

    • Daizys Loyd

      Clearly the above FRAUD who kisses their garbage book is NOT Free. If he is not free, then neither are we, as he will continue his job getting paid the pay he gets, while promoting is-scum-lam, but none of us will dare to do so much, as run a petition that calls for his firing, for doing such thing. Promoting a book that advocates to kill anyone who is not as much of a fraud as the said garbage-book advocates, or commands to be, is a punishable offense in a country that thinks it’s free. Especially since the advocated killing is directly directed at This country’s citizenry. Since we know that is not going to happen, it is safe then to acknowledge that, we, in fact are not free. …Like a native American character said in a movie: “I want A real freedom and not just the illusion of freedom.”.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        The illusion of freedom seems to be what the atheist left and their muslum masters are trying to sell to the dying free world.

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    So Bannon gets the axe, but this obviously compromised traitor keeps his position? The swamp has been re-filled.

    • santashandler

      Yes. This time with even MORE toxic players

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        Whatever happened to Screw Socialism? I hope he’s OK. I always liked his muslum greeting: “Happy eternal Nakba!”.

        • santashandler

          It was all a ruse.

    • Suresh

      He is continuing obama’s failed policies and Trump either does not get it or is under pressure from Left/liberal loons to continue with the fraud.

      Left/liberal/feminazi pro-jihadis become more and more sharia compliant when there is no pushback.

      Like this Ridiculous attempt to ban hot and sexy women from social media’s and public space

      The Reason is shown in the video.

  • santashandler

    Every day McMaster is anywhere near the white house, is one more day our country becomes weaker. The only council he should be a part of, is the tribunal that tries him for treason and crimes against the sovereignty of the U.S. Why is Trump asleep to McMaster’s machinations. Or, is he.

  • Trump can’t ban islam

    Your president Einsenhower who fought Hitler, in this photo he is kissing muslims a***s and paying them money. Trump’s chief of staff general Kelly does the same. Americans are getting used to it. because islam belongs in usa now. Islam will dominate

    • reyol

      Islam will dominate a cesspool when we no longer need the oil.

  • reyol

    McMaster is a practitioner of coalition warfare. In coalition warfare, it doesn’t matter what the enemy does or whether or not the battles are won. It matters most what your own soldiers are doing that might offend your friends and those whose favor you are courting. This is what officers are trained to do nowadays. They know how to follow a multi-phase operation to attain limited objectives but they don’t know how to win a war. This is victory through not offending the local population – not through domination. In this type of warfare, it is more important to lose a battle while maintaining your valiant allies than to win without them. One gung-ho soldier could screw it all up. This is why Afghanistan is now our longest war.

    • santashandler

      Yep. There are no more decisive victories. Just more hotspots that the U.S. makes into larger hotspots now. WWII vets must be very angry over how we are now undoing what they fought and died for

  • Sgtsnuffy


    • Daizys Loyd

      If it’s there, it’s probably because the deep state put it there.

  • Matej Marsic

    What an utter SHILL!

  • Eugene Kaptur

    Apparently President Trump has “forgotten” to fire this Quisling!

  • felix1999

    I am wondering if Trump will complete his term…
    If he keeps going in this direction, who will vote for him?
    These Muslim loving idiots need to be let go. Obama really spiked us .

  • Lancelot Blackeburne

    With people like General McMaster in charge, the US government seems determined to just surrender to Islamists right away and get it over with.

    Might as well just erect minarets outside the White House and convert the White House to a mosque. I’ll bet General McMaster and all his minions will fit right in.

  • Alleged Comment

    If this is TRUE, then this DEMON, and mentally-ill American must be REMOVED. Who knows what you’ll have to KISS if you UPSET him.

  • Buck

    I don’t want this guy close to the president . Stupid on trumps part to have him there.

  • Robert Batchelor

    Why is this guy still working for Trump? If this thee way it’s going to be, we might as well have Obama back in office. This is absolutely insane!

  • steiner

    A total moron….so dropping a Koran will get you kicked out of the country…and that is not extremist enough? what an idiot…No wonder our ships keep on crashing into commercial vessels… How about putting those korans on the bows of our ships or the sides of our tanks for a start….see what happens…

  • jim

    Appeasement never ever works! It only emboldens our enemies to demand more!

  • jim

    Time to kick out McMaster! He’s starting to behave more and more like a Muslim!

  • SteveB✅ Proud Deplorable

    McMasters an Obama holdover, seems to be in charge of the WH. He’s the one setting policy, not President Trump’s.

    • Chi Sam

      For Christ’s sake…the President’s name is ‘Trump’.

      How can anyone not know that?

  • joanofark06

    I don’t think McMaster can read, so will someone read the koran to him? How about the short version, tell him the 109 verses, that say to kill the infidel, and also someone might have to explain to him, what an “infidel” is. The man is ignorant!

    • santashandler

      He may not be so ignorant. That, is the scary part.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        I have no doubt your analysis of McMaster (spit) is right on the money. He’s a muslum collaborator and he knows exactly what he’s doing.

        • santashandler

          Yes. I don’t like being right about that because of the what the implications are.

    • Chi Sam

      He can read. What a stupid remark.

  • James51213

    Bad call, H.R. Forcing military personnel to honor the very manual on how to kill infidels by kissing it as you bow down to people who really hate you — is demoralizing and totally wrong. It is a sign of weakness to appease these animals. It’s OK to kill the people, but don’t destroy their books.

  • s;vbkr0boc,klos;

    What are Americans DOING in Muslim countries anyway? It is the most costly exercise in stupidity in our history. We have spent a trillion dollars, thousands of lives to make Iraq an Iranian proxy state and Afghanistan a debased and corrupt 7th century hellhole.Some countries (Muslim) should only dealt with from the air.

  • brian crawford

    get his sorry as# out !!!!

  • Charlotte Powell Brooks

    Every brave US service member, past and present, has now been shamed and denigrated to the absolute extreme by this filthy pathetic excuse of a living organism (a human being it is not). The rotting mass in DC that we call politicians and the
    slimey bureaucrats that have infested these money wasting agencies are destroying America from the inside out. What will it take to wake up the few true Americans left in that decayed bubble called Washington and get it back on track?

    • foundingfathersfollower

      …..eliminating the SWAMP!

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      McMaster was a general in the US Army and so was Benedict Arnold.

      • Charlotte Powell Brooks

        Yes, Benedict Arnold was a traitor, but there is no one word that defines this living organism. I’d hate to, but I would take Benedict Arnold over this slime anyday.

  • Ron Cole

    Who or what is now in charge in the `moderate` WH Ďim∅-fecal & DNS** staff?

    Depose and deport comrade imam mcmasterz, $ĕnilĕtµrdz m₡tµřtlĕ and that ¶åul Яўn∅ Яўån / Nanny Pil∅si conjoined twin set
    horrid apparition.

    Then drain and fumigate the DN$!

    DN$: Deep Nasty $ewer

  • movingwaters

    Those that pray to the (true) God need to be praying now. Deep State fully intends to impeach Trump, and they are confidant that they will prevail. No kidding; they are really after him. I don’t know why Trump has not yet fired McMaster. I would like to see Jared Kushner, Ivanka, and other leftists out on their behinds, too. But there is no doubt that Trump is being closeted and manipulated at this time. We need to stop this impeachment process at the House of Representatives level, and not let it get to the treacherous Senate. If they get rid of Trump, our America is finished.

  • Jeanne Ballard

    McMasters should have gone LONG AGO What is wrong with Trump? Cannot he see the devil before him?

  • caliroxanne

    I’m really starting to worry about Trump. What’s wrong with him? The disconnect between what Trump says and what he does concerns me greatly. McMaster should have never been even a consideration for any position with Trump. Is Trump so blind that he can’t see that McMaster is essentially an Obama third term in the form of a greasy bald white dude?

  • Halal Bacon

    perhaps Mcmaster is preparing the words greatest deception – Aprils Fools!

  • Sherry Pennington

    Mr. President…..I don’t understand???? Why are you keeping this man in your administration if this description of him is correct? Obama did soooo much damage to the USA, we sure don’t need one of his followers to continue that destruction !! How does Newt Gingrich feel about him? Can’t believe he approves of this man and I trust his opinions, experience and wisdom.

  • foundingfathersfollower

    Steve Bannon’s gone! Very, very disappointing. However what’s worse, McMaster is still there (in the White House).
    President Trump, please, please get rid of McMaster. I am a voter and a contributor to your

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    McMaster and his muslum masters can ki$$ my a$$.

    • Chi Sam

      How will they know who you are? You make no effort whatsoever to identify yourself.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        What are you saying? That you want to ki$$ my a$$?

        • Chi Sam

          I don’t know how you could possibly misinterpret my remark to mean that unless you are a recent immigrant that refuses to learn our language (or is incapable of doing so).

          Embrace English, or go back. We don’t want the stupid ones anymore. Unless you are willing to learn our language, adopt our values, and offer some sort of useful skill…you’re not wanted in the United States.

          You’d best go while you can still walk back across the border…otherwise we’ll be throwing your dumb unkissed *** over the wall.


          • IzlamIsTyranny

            I’d like to see a little boy like you throw me anywhere.

  • jerrys

    No, NO, NO! Should a holy koran be desecrated by being dropped or used for toilet paper. We do not proffer another with a kiss. We should present the imams with a Holy Bible, we can kiss it , hand it to them and if this wonderful gift is rejected we should simply blow them away. Or even better use the islamic KAHZOUK on them.

  • RiverFred

    Maybe this is fake news, no one is that stupid. Islam is not a religion, it is a political ideology of theocratic fascism, sanctioned violence, intolerance, Arab cultural imperialism, totalitarian universalism, domination, bigotry and vengeance in the guise of a religion.
    No religion today apart from Islam, sanctions violence. No religion except Islam preaches terrorism against unbelievers. Muslims are the only “religious” group who demonstrate their anger and hate for unbelievers by carrying the Koran in one hand and guns, grenades or swords in the other. In short, Islam’s an Arab supremacist declaration of war against all mankind.

    • Chi Sam

      You make good sense and you put it in the best words possible. Too bad it’s lost among a group of imbeciles that believes modern-day Paul Revere-ism means incessantly posting no nonsensical rants about dipping bullets in pig blood or running their mouths about murdering people as a way of “watering the tree of liberty”.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        I’m sure you would just prefer to surrender to the muslum vermin wouldn’t you? I’m sure conversion to pi$$lam is in your future — if you haven’t converted already.

        • Chi Sam

          You’re no doubt ‘sure’ of many things you’re entirely wrong about.

          You’re very stupid.

          Life-long factory worker?

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            I’d rather be stupid than a coward any day yellow stripe.

          • Chi Sam

            It doesn’t have to be one or the other. Your stupidity is by choice.

            It’s long past the point where you can blame your parents for your shortcomings. You intentionally make silly remarks.

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Your yellow stripe runs down your back and around your choda tool.

          • Chi Sam

            The only thing you know about me with any level of certainty, is that I have real contempt for you and have shown you less respect and courtesy than nearly any one else you have ever encountered.

            Whatever silly face-saving mechanism you employ will fall far short of evening the score, stupid.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      When have you ever seen a Christian/Jew/Hindu/Buddhist/Zorastrian holding their holy book in one hand and a grenade in the other?

  • Stephen Silverstein

    McMaster is nothing less than a traitor and a clear and present danger to President Trump: he must be fired NOW!

  • Stephen Silverstein

    Obama was always Muslim-in-Chief and here is one of his lackeys.

  • Kathy Brown, Esq.

    And I endorse McMaster kissing my A_S. Slimeball lowlife POS.

  • notme123

    Court martial the traitor!

  • Chi Sam

    Maybe McMaster has pictures of an incident that “didn’t occur” in a motel room in Moscow.

  • Chelonia



    Its like the fox guarding the hen house. Baldheaded McMaster should be fired!

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