(Normally innovation, Bid’ah, is actually quite forbidden in islam, which shows that all things are allowed which advance the cause of muslim supremacy)
Sickening new ISIS video shows caged prisoners lowered into a swimming pool and drowned, shot with an RPG and blown up with explosive-filled ‘necklaces’
Vile jihadis fighting for the Islamic State in Iraq have brutally murdered five prisoners by locking them in a metal cage and lowering them into a swimming pool.
Filmed in the ISIS stronghold of Mosul, the sickening seven minute long video uses expensive underwater cameras to film the terrified men as they sink below the surface with no hope of escape.
Shortly afterwards the cage is lifted back out of the water, with the dying men – who are understood to have been accused of spying – seen foaming at the mouth as they lie motionless on the floor of the cage, piled on top of one another.
Elsewhere in the video, ISIS militants are filmed brutally killing prisoners by locking them in a car and shooting them with a grenade launcher, while another group of jihadis chain a set of prisoners together with explosive necklaces which are then detonated.
British tourists were today warned to lock their car doors in Calais to stop migrants sneaking into their vehicles while queuing in tailbacks.
French wildcat strikes have closed the Port of Calais and the Channel Tunnel, creating traffic chaos which could be exploited by people trying to reach Britain illegally.
Around 100 workers from MyFerryLink burned tyres on the main road leading to the tunnel and blocked the French port in a row over redundancy.
The protest caused long tailbacks on the A16 motorway which witnesses said had attracted scores of refugees looking to clamber on board stationary trucks bound for the UK.
(Original headline worded to make it look like the US was cheating and the Saudis were the victims)
A group of Saudi students caught in a cheating scandal at a Montana college were offered flights home by their kingdom’s diplomats to avoid the possibility of deportation or arrest, according to a cache of Saudi Embassy memos recently published by WikiLeaks and a senior official at the school involved.The students were in a ring of roughly 30 alleged cheaters at Montana Tech accused of having systematically forged grades by giving presents to a college employee.
(Direct links to Huriyenet Turkish news may not work. You may have to dig through a front page for the headline)
A self-described atheist from the southeastern province of Ad?yaman has been forced to leave his hometown after receiving death threats for removing the term “Islam” from the religious affiliation section of his national identity card.
The threats began on May 21, with the young man, identified only by the initials E.F., receiving two letters containing death threats and his house being marked.
(Sharia is more a matter of mob enforcement than a legal code. We see it rampant in the US as it is in Turkey)
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an has become involved as a plaintiff in a case filed against a woman who allegedly “insulted the Quran” by posting a photo on Twitter showing her foot standing on the Muslim holy book.
The defendant faces up to four years in prison.
With Erdo?an’s involvement in the case there are now 22 plaintiffs, including Ankara Mayor Melih Gökçek and former minister Egemen Ba???, who was one of the most prominent names embroiled in Turkey’s huge corruption probe launched in late 2013.
(The president of Turkey finds time to personally be a plaintiff in a case where a woman put her shoe on a book. Someone needs to make koran shoe racks right away)
7. Malian prisoners of muslim terrorists plead for help in garnering their release
(If no one is forcing muslims to drink beer, there should be no problem. Not drinking beer or eating pork is a personal choice one makes. The fact that it bothers them that other people do, is a profound indicator of the real motive behind islam and its doctrines)
BEIJING (AFP) –
A Chinese Communist party academic defended a government-organised beer festival in a mainly Muslim county ahead of Ramadan by saying that locals enjoy alcohol, state media reported Tuesday.
Islam prohibits alcohol but authorities in Niya county in China’s troubled Xinjiang region held a beer drinking contest last Monday, three days before the start of Islam’s holiest month, with cash prizes of up to $160 for winners, the Global Times said.
The county is in southern Xinjiang, the heartland of the Uighur ethnic minority, who are mostly Muslim.
Uighur rights groups say restrictions on Islam have added to ethnic tensions in the far western Muslim-majority region, where clashes have killed hundreds in recent years.
(If the Chinese communist party organized a beer drinking festival, maybe we are all turned around on this communist thing. Government sponsored beer drinking competitions with cash prizes and presumably Chinese food… where does one sign up?)
“IS hangs 2 boys for eating in Ramadan: monitor,” AFP, June 22, 2015 (thanks to Kenneth):
The Islamic State group hanged two youths Monday after accusing them of eating during daylight hours in the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights said.
“Residents of the village of Mayadeen in Deir Ezzor province reported that IS hanged from a crossbar two boys aged under 18 near the HQ of the Hissba”, the jihadist police, Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP.
“The children have been suspended by ropes from a pole since noon, and they were still there in the late evening,” he said.
Thank you Buck, M., GoV., Richard, Maria J., and all who sent in materials. More to come soon. A lot more.
After scrubbing through the new IS video, one can only have the impression that these people are trying to outdo their own previous efforts at torture pornography. And to what purpose? Well, the koran does say that they have been made (will be made) victorious with terror. But perhaps it’s more than that as well. A kind of defiance against self-restraint. Against decency. A sort of abandonment of the self into the farthest reaches of a place from which human beings likely struggled for centuries to leave and to forget ever existed. If this is islam, and there is a preponderance of evidence that it is – and none suggesting that it’s not – then this needs to be fought for reasons far greater than the usual political and legal ones. It’s a fight to retain that thing literature refers to as a soul.