Actually, many times when they have claimed it. It has proven to be false and the fact being that isis jumped at the opportunity to claim such an incident to their name.Historically, when they say it's one of theirs, it's proven to be.
Do you mind sharing what song it was in your dream?It's funny you should mention that. I had a random dream last night involving country music. A song I really used to like and hadn't thought of in a while came on the radio while I was in the car with my mother and brother. I remember saying "this is one of the only country songs I really like." I found it so odd that I should have a random dream involving country music and then wake up to see that on the news. The lyrics to the song even revolve around death and how people react to it.
Anyways, I echo your sentiments and hope for the best for the injured, the family and friends of the ones who died, the concertgoers who miraculously got away unharmed, and also the musicians. This is an awful tragedy. What is going on that makes everyone want to hurt/kill each other? Is life in this country really so awful? I wonder what fills people with so much rage and anger. This is happening way, way, way too often. Even one time is too many.
I haven't heard of any attacks ISIS has claimed that were proven to be someone else. Do you have some examples?Actually, many times when they have claimed it. It has proven to be false and the fact being that isis jumped at the opportunity to claim such an incident to their name.
The entire incident nobody called it terrorism, nobody blamed the shooter or whoever it was and people blamed guns.
Apparently for the shooter to be responsible, he needs to either be a "mozelimb" or the tom/dick/harry or in this case stephen needs to be claimed by isis as one of their own. Which is so far fetched that even most of the general public isn't believing it.
September 23rd is what satanic holiday? (I also assumed the upcoming Friday the 13th is the next one you mean)In gap now between 23th and 13th..
"A simple tabulation of past claims of responsibility for attacks in the West shows that Isis has been surprisingly disciplined in only claiming attacks that the terror group has either directed, enabled or else inspired," Rukmini Callimachi, a New York Times correspondent focusing on Isis and al-Qaeda, told The Independent.