Islamic terrorists are calling for mass terrorist attacks at the polls in tomorrow’s presidential election.
An announcement by ISIS media outlet Al Hayat warns their terrorists “have come to slaughter you and smash your ballot boxes.”
The group made the announcement just days after the FBI began investigating a possible al Qaeda plot to attack voters in New York, Virginia and Texas.
In rambling seven-page voter guide, ISIS warns American Muslims they must not vote for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, claiming there is no difference between the two in their “policies against Islam and Muslims.”
Referring to American Muslims as “The Murtadd Vote” or “apostate vote,” ISIS claims:
“Thus, in addition to committing the apostasy of democratic voting, they share in the crimes committed by Bush against Islam and the Muslims throughout his eight years of rule. The murtadd voters, however, did not learn, as by 2008, Obama got up to 90 percent of their vote…
“…And after almost thirty years of history proving to the entire world that there is no difference between the American Republican and Democratic parties in their policies against Islam and Muslims, the murtadd imams of the so-called ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ and its sister sects continue to advocate voting in the pagan festivals of US democracy, this time campaigning for the Democratic Party and its presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.”
ISIS declares that any Muslim who votes is deserving of death because he “is an apostate whether he is an open secularist or an alleged ‘Islamist,’ as legislation is Allah’s alone and judgment is his alone, not for the people, nor the constitution of the people, nor the representatives of the people.”
The group claims they will seek to kill any American who votes tomorrow, saying “by choosing delegates to represent them and their whims executively, judicially, and legislatively, the blood of Crusader voters is even more deserving of being spilled than the blood of Crusader combatants.”
Officials are stepping up security at polling places in reaction to the threats.