April 25, 2007, - 3:50 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Been meaning to get to these stories on the “Religion of Peace” from over the weekend, which many readers sent me. I noticed that neither story was in either of the major newspapers from D-Mecca–neither the Islamist-occupied Detroit Newsistan nor the Detroit Free Press, which apparently isn’t that free:
* Religion of Kids Performing Beheadings:
In this extremely disturbing–but not at all surprising–video, a Pakistani kid who is barely 12 years old beheads a man accused of being an “American spy.” A Taliban leader is mentioned by name. Bin Laden and Mullah Omar are praised in the video. More details from Associated Press (I am posting the video because 1) it does not show the actual beheading, but goes right up to that point, and 2) the beheading victim is also from the Taliban):
KILI FAQIRAN, Pakistan – The boy with the knife looks barely 12. In a high-pitched voice, he denounces the bound, blindfolded man before him as an American spy. Then he hacks off the captive’s head to cries of “God is great!” and hoists it in triumph by the hair. . . .
He is an American spy. Those who do this kind of thing will get this kind of fate,” says his baby-faced executioner, who is not identified.
A continuous 2 1/2-minute shot then shows the victim lying on his side on a patch of rubble-strewn ground. A man holds Nabi by his beard while the boy, wearing a camouflage military jacket and oversized white sneakers, cuts into the throat. Other men and boys call out “Allahu akbar!” – “God is great!” – as blood spurts from the wound.
The film, overlain with jihadi songs, then shows the boy hacking and slashing at the man’s neck until the head is severed.
What other religion teaches kids these things?
Religion of Piece . . . Pieces of Bodies.
* Religion of Espionage:
Iranian national Mohammad “Mo” Alavi, a former engineer at Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station, illegally took software codes to Iran and downloaded details of control rooms, reactors and designs of the nation’s largest nuclear plant.
He was arrested in Los Angeles, this month, and charged him with one count of violating a trade embargo, which prohibits Americans from exporting goods and services to Iran.
But authorities say there is
no evidence to suggest the use of the software was linked to terrorists or the Iranian government, which has clashed with the U.S. over attempts to develop a nuclear program.
The same authorities said there is no connection between food and eating, guns and shooting, and liquid and drinking.
A number of ICE agents–none of whom is named Julie L. Myers and, therefore, won’t get the credit–were involved in this investigation.
Read the FBI affidavit on Alavi’s spying for the complete picture on his “activities.”
Religion of Piece . . . Pieces of Paper Snuck Overseas.
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