Back in 2011 the Banking conglomerates that secretly run the West had a problem. The USA had changed paths. The American people were tired of wars in the Middle East, and Americas meddling in Middle Eastern affairs. After a decade of wars to avenge the 9/11 attacks, the American public wanted change. In 2008 they had elected Barack Hussein Obama II as their president. Obama (who could be Muslim himself and is at the very least sympathetic to Islam) signaled a shift in the populations attitude toward Islam. This is not what America’s shadow government wanted.
Why Did the US Create ISIS?
In the spring of 2011, The Syrian Uprising created a unique opportunity for Americas shadow government. Since the American public no longer wanted to send the military to fight in another war in the middle east, it was easy to convince them to just “aid the rebels”. The CIA set up a training base in the Jordanian city of Safawi to train rebel to fight the Assad regime. These well funded “rebels”, under the direct command of the CIA became ISIS. However, they were not trained to overthrow Assad. They were really trained to corrupt Islam, and ferment anti Muslim attitudes in the West. In order to continue to line the pockets of the Military Industrial Complex, the Banking Conglomerates that secretly control the US government need to convince the American people that Islam is evil, and Muslims are the enemy. When the American people began to support the Muslim uprisings against the Western backed governments that controlled the Middle East, the only option was to create an “evil Muslim” enemy to rally the population against.
ISIS has routinely tortured and killed Christians in heinous and barbaric ways for not converting to Islam. This goes directly against the teachings of the Holy Qur’an that tell us:
“And if ye do punish them, punish them no worse than they punished you: but if ye show patience, that is indeed the best (course) for those who are patient.” (Surah 16, Verse 126).
Arabia has been under Islamic rule for over 1,400 years, and there are over 14 million Coptic Christians living peacefully under Islamic rule. Islam teaches tolerance of other religions, not forced conversion. From the Qur’anic point of view, the mission of the prophets and messengers of God was not to forcefully impose their teachings on the people but to guide them and ask them to accept God with their own will, in one revelation, God says to Prophet Muhammad:
“But if the people turn away (then do not be sad because) We did ma sent you to be a guardian over them. It is for you only to deliver the message.” (42:43).
The Qur’an clearly says that religion cannot be forced on anyone. It says,
“There is no compulsion in (accepting) the religion (of Islam)…”