Phil Robertson of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” told Fox News that he has a plan for extremists with the terrorist group ISIS: “Convert them or kill them,” reports the New York Daily News.
The article says Robertson’s plan of “convert or kill” is a “chilling echo of the ultimatum that the Islamic State militants gave to Christians, Yazidis and other minority religious sects who live in their ‘caliphate.’”
Amnesty International has reported that hundreds of men have been killed for refusing to convert to the Islamic State’s interpretation of Islam, while hundreds and perhaps thousands of women and girls have been abducted, raped or forced to marry the extremists.
“We’re going to have to deal with this group way more harshly than we have up to this point,” Robertson said.
His comments come after Robertson was temporarily suspended last year after he called homosexuality a sin and said he had never seen blacks badly treated before the civil rights movement.