ISIS, Al Qaeda Celebrate Trump Victory: ‘US Struck with Disaster at the Hands of Their Own Voters’

Islamic extremists are celebrating Donald Trump’s shocking victory this week, claiming the election outcome proves half of Americans’ anti-Muslim sentiment, according to a group monitoring jihadism.

Islamic terrorist organizations including Al Qaeda, the Islamic State and the Taliban are touting Trump’s stunning win as a signal of the country’s downfall, according to reports in SITE Intelligence Group cited by USA Today.

“Pro #AQ (Al Qaeda) accounts: ‘On 9-11 US struck w disaster at the hands of AQ. On 11-9, US struck with disaster at the hands of their own voters,” wrote SITE founder Rita Katz on Twitter.

Katz published a series of memes posted by jihadist groups taunting the President-elect to make due on his promises of military intervention in the Middle East.

One meme shows an image of red boxing gloves and the words “Bring it on, Donald. The mujahideen are ready.” The “mujahideen” refers to a coaltion of jihadists.

Another image shows Trump clutching an American flag with a smirk on his face, with the words “Don’t try to hide, Donald. The mujahideen are ready.”

Trump focused a significant part of his campaign message on defeating ISIS, pledging to assign generals to come up with a plan to defeat the terrorist group in his first 30 days in office.

“I’m going to bomb the s–t out of them,” Trump said a year ago today.

Trump also vowed during his bid for the presidency to ban all Muslim immigration and to surveil Muslim Americans and their mosques.

Katz reports that jihadists preferred Trump to Clinton because he supposedly shed light on how half of the country feels toward Muslims.

“Pro #ISIS & #Jihadis say they ‘prefer #Trump to #Clinton because he is ‘telling Muslims what half of America thinks of them,” she tweeted.

Katz also reported that the Taliban is urging the President-elect to withdraw U.S. forces from the Taliban.

Domestic extremists are also rejoicing in a Trump win.

A jihadist monitoring group's founder posted memes created by extremists that taunt the President-elect. (ABACA/ABACA)
A jihadist monitoring group’s founder posted memes created by extremists that taunt the President-elect.
(ABACA/ABACA)

Former Klu Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke tweeted early Wednesday that “this is one of the most exciting nights of my life.”

“Make no mistake about it, our people have played a HUGE role in electing Trump!,” Duke posted to Twitter.

Trump was condemned during his campaign for not refuting his support among white supremacists, most notably when it came from Duke.

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