Muslim’s video message to ISIS goes viral: ‘If you don’t like this country, why the f**k do you come?’

Image: Youtube/Chris Mikecarton

A Muslim told terrorists to “f**k off” in a video that has gone viral on social media in the wake of the Paris attacks.

“If you don’t like this country, why the f**k do you come?” the man said in a profanity-laced 3-minute, 22 second rant.

The Youtube video, made after the Charlie Hebdo shootings by an unnamed man believed to live in the UK, has resurfaced and been widely shared according to The Daily Mail.

The man, who identifies himself as a Muslim, decries the violence used by radical Islamists like the Islamic State, who have infiltrated Europe by embedding themselves among Syrian migrants.

“In this country, Islamic law does not rule,” he said, adding that if Muslims don’t like the way the laws are written, they can leave the country. “Go back, go back.”

His message really hits home in the last 15 seconds, in which, amid a stream of expletives, he tells radical Muslims that they are decidedly not welcome in European countries.

Conservative blogger Jim Hoft wrote that “the Muslim community could use a few more courageous souls like this guy.” Amen.

Watch the video (WARNING: Strong language).


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