Obama WH Refuses to Call ISIS Victims “Christians” – Says “Political Resolution” Needed to Defeat ISIL

The White House released a statement Sunday condemning the slaughter of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians by ISIS in Libya.

ISIS released a new video Sunday–
They teased the release Sunday morning.
“Message Signed in Blood to the Nation of the Cross” is from the Islamic State’s Al Hayat Media – expect foreign fighter involvement.
isis message blood

In the video they slaughter 21 Christian Copts in Libya.
The Christians were all wearing orange jumpsuits and were marched out together on a beach.
isis libya copts

They then kneel the men down in a line.
The people of the cross.
people of the cross

At the end of the video the water runs red with blood.
bloody water isis

The Obama White House did not name the religions of the victims or of the perpetrators.
And the White House called for a “political resolution” in Libya to resolve the “conflict.”

Statement by the Press Secretary on the Murder of Egyptian Citizens

The United States condemns the despicable and cowardly murder of twenty-one Egyptian citizens in Libya by ISIL-affiliated terrorists. We offer our condolences to the families of the victims and our support to the Egyptian government and people as they grieve for their fellow citizens. ISIL’s barbarity knows no bounds. It is unconstrained by faith, sect, or ethnicity. This wanton killing of innocents is just the most recent of the many vicious acts perpetrated by ISIL-affiliated terrorists against the people of the region, including the murders of dozens of Egyptian soldiers in the Sinai, which only further galvanizes the international community to unite against ISIL.

This heinous act once again underscores the urgent need for a political resolution to the conflict in Libya, the continuation of which only benefits terrorist groups, including ISIL. We call on all Libyans to strongly reject this and all acts of terrorism and to unite in the face of this shared and growing threat. We continue to strongly support the efforts of the United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General Bernardino Leon to facilitate formation of a national unity government and help foster a political solution in Libya.

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