December 1, 2008, - 9:56 am

Murdered Mumbai Jews Were Tortured by Islamic Terrorists, Were Disproportionate # of Foreign Victims

By Debbie Schlussel
As per their usual, the “Religion of Peace” members who slaughtered at least six–and probably eight–Jews at the Mumbai Lubavitch Chabad House, first tortured their Jewish victims before they executed them.
We’ve seen it before. We’ll see it again, as long as we continue to do nothing to crackdown on this most barbaric, savage group of cultist Moongod worshippers:

Jewish victims made up a disproportionate number of the foreigners killed after 10 Muslim fanatics stormed a series of sites in the Indian financial capital.

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Members of the beleaguered Jewish community in Mumbai gathered at a crumbling synagogue for a memorial for Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivka, who ran the cultural centre targeted by the Deccan Mujahideen.
The couple’s son, Moshe survived after his nanny, Sandra Samuel escaped with him in her arms 10 hours after the hostage incident started. The child cried “Ima” and “Dada,” or mummy and daddy, as the service began.
Mosche’s grandparents have arrived from Israel to take the orphaned boy home and there is intense pressure to grant Miss Samuel a visa by declaring her righteous among the gentiles.
Two countries have posted officials at the JJ Hospital morgue but there are at least twice as many Israeli disaster specialists as British consuls representing the former colonial power.
Israeli officials confirmed six Jews were dead but the figure is likely to rise to eight. The total number of foreigners killed in the attacks stands at 22.
A forensic team arrived on a specially chartered flight on Sunday night. “There are still a few yet to be identified – not a lot, under five – and this is why we need the forensic team,” an Israeli diplomat said. “And there are two or three Israelis unaccounted for and we have a couple of bodies that could be them.”
Doctors expressed horror at the condition of the bodies recovered from the Nariman Building, which housed the Orthodox Chabad-Lubavitch retreat.
“I have seen so many dead bodies in my life, and was traumatised,” a mortician said. “It was apparent that most of the dead were tortured. What shocked me were the telltale signs showing clearly how the hostages were executed in cold blood.”

Carl in Jerusalem has more on the torture of the murdered Jews in Mumbai and how the Muslims were specifically told to target and kill Jews and Israelis. Read it.
Oh, and by the way, here’s a stark lesson in the kindness and mercy of Islam:

The group that stormed Bombay’s most famous institutions displayed unrestrained brutality throughout the mission. The captain of a fishing trawler hijacked by the group in Arabian Sea was found with his throat cut. . . .
One man who served a glass of water to a terrorist at Bombay’s main railway station was shot in the forehead.

Yup, as I said in my column on Friday, the Bible was, indeed, prophetic when it said in Genesis that Ishmael and his descendants would be savage wild men.

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8 Responses

This is beyond savage. God Forbid … let those that oppose the profiling of Arabs and Muslims have there loved ones murdered in such a way, and then, see what they have to say.
The torture, death and devastation brought about in the Mumbai, India terror attacks, should serve as a reminder, to us all, of this global threat that continues to be knocking on our nation’s door.
While we mourn those lost and pray for their families, as well as those injured, it is time we (as a nation) step back and realize that there is one major reason it was not us. That there is absolutely one major reason we have not been hit since September 11, 2001 …
George W. Bush
It’s time the bashing stop and we give this man his due!!!
Jimmy Lewis
SCS, Michigan
Blog: http://rougerevival.blogspot.com/

Jimmy on December 1, 2008 at 11:54 am

I thought Judaism didn’t allow post-mortem examinations.

MarySJ on December 1, 2008 at 12:41 pm

It’s a miracle that baby was saved. I can’t even bring myself to imagine what those savages would have done to an infant.
[George W. Bush
It’s time the bashing stop and we give this man his due!!!]
I don’t think Debs is a fan of W.
[Yup, as I said in my column on Friday, the Bible was, indeed, prophetic when it said in Genesis that Ishmael and his descendants would be savage wild men.
Posted by Debbie at December 1, 2008 09:56 AM]
Then blame God for them.
Genesis 21:18 Arise, lift up the lad(Ishmael), and hold him in thine hand; for I will make him a great nation.

Norman Blitzer on December 1, 2008 at 12:45 pm

I am reminded of the expression “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me”.
It is about time we place blame where it belongs. On us.
No, I am not one of those self haters who blame the west for these atrocities as reactions to our policies. In fact, I am not blaming the specific incident on us. The blame for each individual incident in and of itself rests on these despicable creatures that commit these indecent acts of brutality in the name of Islam.
I am, however, blaming us for the fact that these atrocities are allowed to continue. Until we recognize that there is something called Islamofacism, and that we are all in danger unless we mobilize to do whatever it takes to stop it, we will see more of these.
By “us”, I mean all those who downplay Islamofacism either by outright denial or by saying things like “Every religion has their extremists” or “only a tiny number believe like they do” (or many other like minded attitudes). People who have these beliefs are nothing short of enablers.
I forgot who said it, but I am reminded of the saying “all that is required for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing” and the phrase from the Talmud “Those who are merciful to the cruel will wind up being cruel to the merciful.
In my opinion not only does being “neutral” make one culpable, bu it does not help. According to their own beliefs, if you are not like them you are an infidel to be dealt with like all other infidels.

i_am_me on December 1, 2008 at 2:13 pm

I also say a good word for the Indian police and special forces personnel who bravely risked their lives to try to rescue the hostages at great risk to themselves and several of them were killed in the line of duty. The police and army everywhere is the thin blue line between chaos and order. What happened to our Jewish compatriots was unforgivable. They found a place in the hearts of the people of Mumbai and Jews the world over. May their blood be avenged and you may sure Chabad will never the way it does business. A religious institution must be open to all and it will continue to help those in need. And in Mumbai, Chabad will continue its work in the Holtzbergs’ memory, so their deaths mean something. Our Islamist enemies must know their brutality and love of death will never snuff out the light within us – and take away the Jewish love of life. And now, in honor of our martyrs, let us go forward!

NormanF on December 1, 2008 at 2:33 pm

Quando corpus morietur, fac ut animae donetur paradisi gloria. Amen.
When my body dies, grant that to my soul is given the glory of paradise. Amen.
Rest in peace, victims of terrorism. And may the terrorists rot in hell.
I hope Israel grants Miss Samuel a visa. She truly deserves it.

mplumb on December 1, 2008 at 5:18 pm

Yes, tortured by the religion of peace.
Or the religion of pieces of bodies scattered about.
Bob A.

Bob A. on December 1, 2008 at 7:56 pm

god this makes me angry and sad at the same time-angry that such hate exists, and sad that I can’t stop it

mindy1 on December 2, 2008 at 5:51 am

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