It didn't stop there. Suicide bombers struck a Shia Mosque in Kuwait murdering (lets call it what it really is) at least 25 and injuring scores more.
Prior to this ISIS launched suicide bombers at the Kurds of Kobane in revenge for their criminal organisations lost ground at the hands of the Peshmerga and other Kurdish forces who seem to be the only people currently engaged in the Middle east capable of confronting these criminals.
Where do these so-called religious men get their inspiration?
They themselves say the Koran.
Earlier this week I cross-posted a statement from the National Secular Society welcoming the publication of an anti-terrorism edict by a certain Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri.
Almost immediately it was pointed out to me by David T of Harry's Place that the same man was "the prime mover of the legislation that declared Ahmadiyya Muslims "non Muslim" in Pakistan, which resulted in their official persecution and repression.".
Today Left Foot Forward publishes an expose by Kunwar Khuldune Shahid who writes:
It's worth reading the article in full.
Once again we are reminded that Islamic scholars are not always as they may seem.
Islam remains a source of religious intolerance and until that is addressed this mindless violence will continue.