Muslims Outraged After Gunmaker Creates Weapon ISIS Can’t Touch


October 20, 2015 7:17am PST

Muslims are livid this week after a gunmaker designed a weapon that they will NEVER be able to touch.

Spike’s Tactical has released an assault rifle that they claim was “designed to never be used by Muslim terrorists.” According to the DC Gazette, the AR-15 assault rifle is laser-etched on it’s side with a Knights Templar Long Cross, which is a a symbol of the Christian Crusades to reclaim the Holy Land from Muslims. The other side of the weapon contains Psalm 144:1, which reads “Blessed be the Lord my Rock, who trains my hands for war, my fingers for battle.”

The idea reportedly came from Navy Seal Ben “Mookie” Thomas, who heard Muslim terrorists are grabbing US weapons that were abandoned by the Iraqi Army. He believes that no Muslim will touch a gun that has a Christian cross on it, since they have hated the cross for centuries.

“Off the cuff I said I’d like to have a gun that if a Muslim terrorist picked it up a bolt of lightning would hit and knock him dead,” Thomas said.

The gun is called the “Crusader,” and it first went on sale last Wednesday. It didn’t take long for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to lose their minds…

“Is it designed for Christian terrorists?” asked Hasan Shibly, executive director of CAIR-FL.  “We need to have a conversation on gun violence. There has been utter silence from gun manufacturers. It’s time for them to stop trying to make a buck on this.”

As usual, CAIR is conveniently ignoring the 290 million people who have died as a result of Islamic terror…

Thomas went on to say that he never meant to offend anyone when he created this weapon.

“We believe America and much of the world is threatened by Islamic terrorism and the Crusader is a symbol of shared Christian values and the right to defend themselves,” Thomas said. “Our goal is not to offend or alienate good people. The difficult issues people have with each other need to be brought to the table. Often these are hurtful and painful but it’s important to be honest.”

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