BREAKING: China Undertakes Military Assault On ISIS After Chinese Hostage Executed
While ISIS is indeed spreading fear within the civilized world, there are a few countries with perhaps a history to rival that of the terrorist state, when it comes to sheer brutality, and unlike the current European countries dealing with Muslims overrunning their borders China has no such issues, and very little tolerance for outside “extremists,’ as demonstrated by their stringent policy towards immigrant Muslims in China.
And this latest execution by ISIS of a Chinese national may in fact prove very costly to the terrorist group, as the death of Fan Jinghui was confirmed by the Chinese Foreign Minster.
The victim had been previously identified by the terrorists as a 50-year-old freelance consultant from Beijing and featured within a “terrorist magazine” along with another Norwegian hostage where they were mockingly put up for sale. However a ransom was asked for, and both countries refused.
— People's Daily,China (@PDChina) November 19, 2015
The Chinese Ministry has vowed to bring the terrorists “to justice” stating; “The Chinese government will resolutely oppose all forms of terrorism, and resolutely strike at any violent terrorist criminal activities that defy the bottom lines of human culture.”
And if history is indeed a guide, “brutality” is something the Chinese know very well, perhaps in their hast to prove how fearful they are, ISIS may have unleashed more than they bargained for.
ISIS has executed its first Chinese hostage. https://t.co/ZBmmHr1lx2
— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) November 19, 2015