A video purportedly released by the pro-Russia hacktivist group CyberBerkut shows a staged ISIS beheading being recorded in a film studio with actors and a director. According to TechWorm, the video was allegedly hacked from Senator John McCain’s laptop. They write:
We CyberBerkut received at the disposal of the file whose value can not be overstated! Dear Senator McCain! We recommend you next time in foreign travel, and especially on the territory of Ukraine, not to take confidential documents. In one of the devices of your colleagues, we found a lot of interesting things. Something we decided to put: this video should become the property of the international community!
The story was picked up by Alex Jones’ Infowars correspondent Paul Joseph Watson, who narrates the above video. In the video he says there are a few options for what the video could be, but dwells on the conspiracy that the United States is behind the rise of ISIS.
John McCain responded to accusations with a tweet:
Takbeer, Allahu Akbar Brother Frank Consolino Took His Shahadah and Embraced Islam
he says about his revert:
I was born into a Catholic home and raised that way. At the age of 1…6 I left the Catholic church for good, at age 20 I started attending a non denomination church that went wrong when the pastor had a affair I found another church attended for a year and found it to be very judgemental and run like a business instead of for God. In the small amount of time I have practiced Islam I have found a joy and understanding that I have never experienced before. Thanks be to Allah for excepting me as I am. Allahu Akbar.
He has been former Michigan State Mayor Candidate.
He has posted on his facebook page about islam, his cover photo “I am Muslim”.
He has commendted on one of his posts regarding the Quranic Verse which Allah swt says:
“Indeed Allah Never Breaks his Promise.”
after lots of negative comments from his relatives and friends about this Quranic Verse he Replied:
Adebayor after Islam:”I reverted to Islam with full conviction. There is nothing more important to me than Allah”.
At the risk of being misunderstood, I’ll say this: A beard and hijab won’t make your child Muslim. I don’t say this to dismiss the rituals of the religion, but to put the emphasis (first) on something greater. Just as early revelation focused on the beauty and mercy of Allah, we, too, should impart the good. Then, upon that foundation, we ladle the specifics of worship, the rules and regulations that guide us on this journey. But only in love, we must do it all in love. You’d think that would be a given, but how often do we see children turned away from Islam because of harsh, unbalanced parents? Continue reading →