An irate retired U.S. Army general slammed the terror attack in Nice, France and called on Muslim leaders to “stand up and be counted” in condemning it.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn pointed to “chatter” on social media by jihadi soldiers praising the attack that left over 8o people dead, even though no terror group has yet claimed responsibility.
The former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency told Fox News host Megyn Kelly on “The Kelly File” that he wants to see leaders of Muslim-majority nations stand up against “this radical form of this ideology in their bloodstream, in their DNA and declare this thing cannot exist on this planet.”
Flynn warned that we would be seeing more of these kinds of attacks as the terrorists are “executing a campaign plan” bent on destroying those who disagree with their ideology.
“I want these leaders in this Muslim world that have this radical Islamic ideology festering, metastasizing, to stand up, and stand up tonight and be counted, and say something to condemn this attack that we have just seen,” Flynn said.
“We have not established an international set of strategic objectives to go after this very vicious, barbaric enemy,” Flynn said. “We have got to take the Arab Muslim world to task.”
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