YUP, HUG A TERRORIST AND HAVE YOUR HEAD CUT OFF … TALK ABOUT NOT UNDERSTANDING THE ENEMY.
Unreal, this is what the media actually thinks would work in deterring terrorism? Dateline, which airs on SBS, takes a look at whether terrorism can be stopped by “hugging a jihadi.” The program is run by police in Denmark’s second largest city, Aarhus, that offers radicalized Islam youths and adults a way out and the chance to reintegrate into society. What makes anyone think they want a way out? The misguided individuals behind this actually think that kindness can prevent terrorism. This might work on one offs, like what this program probably shows, but as a way of preventing terrorism widespread across the world, not a chance. Next up a look at antelopes on the Africa plains making nice with those animals that refer to them as dinner with “Hug a Leopard”. Because we all know they don’t change their spots either.
Sorry, but Western Europe has so lost their way when it comes to terrorism, its frightening. Just how misguided and passive has Europe become?
JAMAL was an angry young man on the verge of going to Syria to take up the jihad fight when he got a phone call which changed his life forever.
The teenager had aggressively defended Islam during a high school debate and soon found himself in front of police, even though he hadn’t technically broken any law.
The incident left him feeling marginalized and he began spending more and more time at his local mosque. He became so angry with society that he almost became a terrorist.
We would ask the below wearing orange suits their oping about “hug a jihadi” but they have been beheaded and are dead!
“In my mind I was like, ‘they treated me as a terrorist. If they want a terrorist, they will get a terrorist’,” he told Dateline reporter Evan Williams.
It wasn’t until a policeman called to apologize for how he was treated, and encouraged him to join a mentoring program, that his views began to soften.
The controversial program dubbed Hug a Jihadi may sound like a strange concept at first.