Skip to comments.Heads Are Literally Rolling In Iraq
Posted on 06/14/2014 2:09:48 PM PDT by Kaslin
As America looks on in a state of paralyzed shock, Muslims are slaughtering Muslims in Iraq, with reports that the heads of those decapitated are literally piling up in the streets.
A headline to an article in the Daily Mail reads, They lined the streets with the decapitated heads of police and soldiers: Iraqi refugee reveals the horrors of the jihadi takeover as Baghdad vows to fight back.
In response to this report, and with sarcastic guns ablaze, Robert Spencer quotes the Quran and then adds his comments, So when you meet those who disbelieve, strike necks (Quran 47:4) But of course any Muslim who takes such a verse at face value is a misunderstander of Islam, unduly influenced by greasy Islamophobes. Somehow this aggressive organization of misunderstanders of Islam has been able to gain sufficient support and power to wreak havoc in Iraq.
It is true, of course, that war itself is hell and that our guns and bombs have the power to maim, disfigure, and destroy. But rules of war still preclude harming soldiers who have surrendered and intentionally targeting helpless civilians for acts of violence.
Not so militant Islam, where beheading is often the death penalty of choice. How did this barbaric practice become so widespread?
In an article entitled Christ, Muhammad, and the Culture of Beheading, theologian Kenneth Gentry noted that In Islam, the prophet Muhammad is the greatest example for the faithful to follow. He is the model of dedication to God par excellence; in fact, he is deemed the perfect example of submission to Allah. Hence, even deriding this perfect one is blasphemous, as witness the case of Salman Rushdie, who was put under a death sentence for belittling the prophet.
Now then, what can we learn from the example and the teachings of the perfect founder of Islam? Do his life and teachings discourage the horrible conduct we see engaged, tolerated, and cheered by so many Muslims today?
The answer to this question is found in early Islamic history.
But what, asks Gentry, is the example, the way, the path of the prophet? He not only engaged in caravan raids early in his career as a prophet and in war later, but he himself was involved in the massacre of the Qurayza Jews wherein he had trenches dug, and the men were led out in batches and beheaded. Ibn Ishaqs ancient, authoritative Life of Muhammad records this event: There were 600 or 700 in all, though some put the figure as high as 800 or 900.
The Muslims in Syria and Iraq and Pakistan who are beheading their enemies, most of whom are fellow Muslims, are simply following the example of their prophet.
Beyond these atrocities, the self-proclaimed Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which has just taken over Mosul and Tikrit in Iraq, seizing $429 million in Tikrit, effectively governs a nation-size tract of territory that stretches from the eastern edge of the Syrian city of Aleppo to Fallujah in western Iraq and now also includes the northern Iraqi city of Mosul (as reported by the Washington Post).
Speaking of ISIS, the Huffington Post notes that, They have live-tweeted amputations, carried out public crucifixions and have been disavowed as too extreme by al-Qaeda.
Too extreme for the murderous al-Qaeda? Seriously?
The tragic fact is that we simply cannot ignore the enormity of the threat of militant Islam worldwide, nor can we limit it to some dangerous pockets of the Middle East.
Al-Qaeda already touched our nation on 9/11, while the Boston Marathon Bombing is barely one year old.
As for our friends in Israel, positioned right in the midst of one of those dangerous Middle Eastern pockets, it is with good reason that, in a very real sense, the nation lives in constant high alert, with roughly 170,000 missiles pointed at its cities, with the terrorist organization of Hamas now in a unity government with the Palestinian Authority, and with militant Islam right at its doorsteps.
After all, Tehran is less than 1,000 miles from Tel Aviv (the distance from New York City to Tampa, FL); Baghdad is just 569 miles from Tel Aviv (the distance from New York City to Cincinnati, OH); and Damascus is just 133 from Tel Aviv (the distance from New York City to Albany, NY). And we fault Israel for not giving up more territory and making more concessions to the Palestinians?
We simply cannot underestimate both the resolve and the number of radical Muslims, from the Taliban to al-Qaeda to ISIS to Hezbollah to Hamas to Boko Haram and more.
And so, as the bloodied heads roll in the streets of Iraq, we dare not stick our heads in the sand here in the West.
Koranimals being Muslim, just “doin’ what comes naturally.
Party like it’s 799!
Obama likes it.
All of it Øbongo’s fault. The bastard.
Yeah, his sect (the Sunnis) are winning. What’s not to like? BTW, he armed them in Syria. This “Iran allied with the US” talk is nonsense.
Obama is loving this
Yeah, well... I think that's just kind of how it goes over there.
If you stick your head in the sand, you’ll just get
your body lopped off but it will be ok cause you
won’t see it coming?
Our surrender monkey liberals “win” another one.
Taliban Mullah in Chief Hussein Obama is adding “The Blunder in Bagdad” to his growing Legacy List of Loserhood.
You said it
moozlums killing moozlums? Hmmmm...that’s too bad, no?
As America looks on in a state of paralyzed shock, Muslims are slaughtering Muslims in Iraq,>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Your predictions are becoming truer every day.
Inbred, pedohphile-worshipping misogynists killing each other? And the bad news is what?
The quotation marks say it all
10th century barbarians- destroying their own as they will destroy the world if they are not eradicated once and for all. It’s like watching cancer spread and pretending you see nothing. They do not belong in civilization, their goal is to destroy it. Detroit is what this country could be, Muslim countries are what the planet will be. And the enemy is IN the White House, helping and celebrating with them.When will it be enough? WHAT WILL IT TAKE? Or are we so conditioned to be slaves and martyrs we would rather die than ‘offend’?
Bunch of Islamaphobes. Wait till Barry The Grate hears about this. He'll issue a strong worded hashtag. Period.
The problem hasn't been so much of heads stuck in the sand; it's heads stuck up Obuttwipe's rectum.
Say what you will, but this didn't happen on his watch.
A correct use of the word "literally." Somebody tell Sean Hannity.
Having been there from 2003 to 2008...then covering down on terrorist from Iraq under the DIA from 2009 to 2011...and then into 2012....so I wrote a bok about all this...the mainstreet media ignored it as did the mmajor publishers...it did not go with tbere agenda...an dnow look ...it came full circle.....
Go to Amazon: Babylon’s Covert War....and please check it out...
Yet, I laugh...
No wonder Jesus died for me...
moozlums killing moozlums? Kind of like the trash taking out the trash. Plus it saves on ammo.
Damn her teeth are yellow.
what happened on his watch was one of the world's worst continuing genocides against selected groups and any political opponent, with no end in sight.
Saddam the devil we knew was not the long term solution to preventing widespread destructive anti-western islamic fundamentalism, the devil we didn't know (at least, until it reached us on 9-11)
No one in their right mind misses Saddam Hussein, whose son Uday’s secret terror squads were beheading women snatched from their families in the night by a knock on the door, and seizing and raping their young daughters, and shredding alive their sons and husbands, to terrorize any political opposition
What the people of Iraq miss is social and civil order, without the predations of a madman and his inner cabal to administer it
George Bush and his advisers made a calculated risk that of all the Arab nations (aside from Egypt) the one most likely to set and example of rising out of a stark choice between despotism of the military dictator or despotism of the mullah, was Iraq
The calculation was that Iraq could achieve and sustain an enlightened nationhood if, and only if, given a chance- requiring the removal of Saddam and his heirs, and starting again. Iraq had the resources to build an independent economy. Iraq had the educated classes to build a military and civil service
This time not under a post WW1 British style colonial-installed administration, but using a collaboration of Iraqis and leading Western political theorists, using adapted western political democratic organization, ergo a “Constitution”, a “Prime Minister”, a “Parliament”, and political parties
and Iraq could develop and stabilize if root-cause poverty and discontent and hopelessness was addressed, by rebuilding infrastructure to benefit all Iraqis (water, sewer, medical, education, telecommunications, western-trained military officers, oil industry)
wait till it comes to the USA. Many of the most Liberal will be the first to feel the sword.
Saddam was par for the course in that part of the world.
Bashir Assad is about the last of the hereditary colonial-installed despotic leadership clans, but admittedly, he is looking better and better compared to the ISIS alternative
Sell weapons to both sides!
What a bunch of sick puppies
Must like cheese wiz in a can
Something Muzzies had planned in a place actually important to the US was in the works.
Then, shoot the last Muslim left!
Seems to me they are saving money on soccer games and heads make for quick balls to kick around.
The Bloods & Crips of the Middle East!
Satan loosing his cadre of demons on mankind?
And I'm just an old retired aussie farmer, imagine how much better I would be at predictions if I had a whole world of intelligence at my fingertips...
Islam is a war plan.
Thanks for the ping. I enjoy heart warming news stories.
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