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ISIS are savage terrorists: Does that statement of fact make me "Islamophobic?"

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  When there were subway ads that accused Israel of being an Apartheid state, there was nothing but silence. But there was controversy with calling Jihadist terrorists [not all Muslims] savages, with an ad saying that "in a war between the civilized man and a savage, support the civizilized man. Support Israel. Defeat Jihad." I explained why I don't find that Islamophobic because I agree with the ad. Doesn't mean I think all Muslims or all Arabs are savages. But Israel's enemies such as the Jihadist terrorists ARE savages. That is confirmed by the fact that they public behead and hang people in front of cameras and put up many of those videos on Youtube. If that doesn't make them anamilaistic savages, I don't know what does. But I will talk about one particular terrorist group that's posing a global threat and is now taking the forefront in the Jihadist terrorist war against the free world: ISIS [Islamic State in Iraq and Syria]. I will make the case why those semi-human animalistic scum from ISIS are indeed a bunch of savages. They publicly behead people in front of cameras and crucify people. They murder non-Muslims and even Muslims who are not as radical as them. They declare any area they control as part of the global Islamic claiphate that these scums plan to establish. They even make Al Qaeda seem more "moderate." The question is: Will condemning ISIS make me "Islamophobic?" If there were subway ads that called for supporting action against ISIS, which the ad calls "savages", will that be denounced as racist and Islamophobic the same way those pro-Israel subway ads were? Or will the world cover for ISIS like they did for Hamas for all those years once ISIS starts fighting the Jewish State? These are some serious questions that I have, especially in a ridiculous age where denouncing barbaric atrocities makes one "racist" or "bigoted" if they are committed Jihadists.