Australia: Pro-ISIS Muslims firebomb mosque, driven by deep hatred of Shia Muslims
If the bombers hadn't painted "Islamic State" on the side of the mosque, this would certainly have been seen as an "islamophobic hate crimes," and there would have been endless recriminations in the Australian and international media about how "racist" and "hateful" the Australians are. But it was Sunni Muslim partisans of the Islamic State (ISIS) bombing a Shi'ite mosque. These ancient hatreds have come to non-Muslim countries, courtesy of reckless and suicidal immigration policies. This will by no means be the last such bombing.