Iraq: Seven beheaded bodies and five severed heads filled with explosives found

Iraq: Seven beheaded bodies and five severed heads filled with explosives found

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muzzy baconBy Robert Spencer

Jihad Watch -Don’t you dare investigate the ideology that fuels this savagery. That would be “hateful” and “extremist.” “7 Beheaded bodies found in Tikrit,” from NINA, November 29 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

Tikrit (NINA) – Police in Salaheddin province found 7 beheaded bodies in Tikrit.Police source told NINA that the bodies found in various parts of Qadisiya neighborhood, northern Tikrit; they are bearing bullet shots.

He added that earlier in the day, the bodies’ heads were found, and been identified; they belonged to workers of an Italian firm the the [sic] Tirkit [sic] Stadium; 5 of them are residents of Tikrit while the remaining 2 are from Baghdad.

Earlier in the day, police found 5 heads filled with explosives in Qadisiya neighborhood in Tikrit, the explosive been deactivated and taken to the city morgue.

 

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  1. THEY ARE INSANE! Anybody that commits suck crimes are totally insane! ALL Muslims must speak out against such violence other wise it's the same as condoning it !

  2. Why do these cowards always pose with their faces covered???
    I know I already answered my question.

  3. Ok, I know nobody on here actually reads anything that isn't deeply slanted towards the right, but I thought, "hmmm, maybe I should compare this story to what else has been published. Maybe there's a NEWS article about it somewhere". So I did. It turns out these bodies were buried, and no one has been charged with the crime, no one is claiming responsibility. They were found a bit north of Tikrit.

    So no the opinion based on facts: This is sick, savage, and unforgivable. Now for some more truth: This in no way represents all Muslims, like the millions of them that live here in the US peacefully, who have separated themselves from such radicals. So, please, go ahead and shake your fists at the extremest scum that did this, but don't take it out on the your neighbors and fellow Americans. It would be incredibly misguided.

    I, for one, pray for my Muslim brothers, that they will repent, ask Allah for forgiveness, and take the straight path to Jinnah. In the name of Allah the most beneficent, the most merciful …

  4. Brad Barnett how do you suggest you get rid of us? What changes do you think you are going to make to the constitution? Because as it stands, I have every right to be here, practice my religion peacefully, and contribute to society. I'm entitled to the SAME rights that you enjoy 🙂

    Please, elaborate…I'm waiting with baited breath…

  5. Yusef Khouri Ibn Al-Ma'tshil I think he is referring to the extremist ones who are nothing more than terrorists. But, unfortunately the saying, "One bad apple spoils the bunch," applies to every race and religion and it causes problems for those who do not participate or agree with such behaviors of violence.

  6. Yusef Khouri Ibn Al-Ma'tshil I think he is referring to the extremist ones who are nothing more than terrorists. But, unfortunately the saying, "One bad apple spoils the bunch," applies to every race and religion and it causes problems for those who do not participate or agree with such behaviors of violence.

  7. Samantha Abbruzzese you're probably right, but it only means that we as an educated nation need to work harder not to blur the lines between the radical Muslims and the peaceful ones.

  8. Samantha Abbruzzese you're probably right, but it only means that we as an educated nation need to work harder not to blur the lines between the radical Muslims and the peaceful ones.

  9. Mr. Spencer – I have a dog-eared copy of you book A Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam and the Crusades that I have read countless times. I thank you for being one of too few voices not afraid to speak a truth that has been hidden for too long!

  10. Mr. Spencer – I have a dog-eared copy of you book A Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam and the Crusades that I have read countless times. I thank you for being one of too few voices not afraid to speak a truth that has been hidden for too long!

  11. This something I have learned in my Business class. When something terrible happens, like a terrorist attack, 9/11, Benghazi and so on. It gives the impression that all Muslims are bad. It is the same for all races and religions all over. There is always something someone doesn't like and therefore it is labeled bad and those that are not partakers of any wrong doing are just as bad too! It is really sad.

  12. This something I have learned in my Business class. When something terrible happens, like a terrorist attack, 9/11, Benghazi and so on. It gives the impression that all Muslims are bad. It is the same for all races and religions all over. There is always something someone doesn't like and therefore it is labeled bad and those that are not partakers of any wrong doing are just as bad too! It is really sad.

  13. Yusef Khouri, the problem for we non-muslims is that all these acts are done "In the name of Allah". I do not know of any Christian groups that behead and torture in the name of God. When a faith is represented to others in such a horrible fashion, I think even you can understand why so many are leery of the Muslim culture as it appears. You, too, must be patient and kind to those who cannot understand the heinousness of the crimes. Does it really matter if the bodies were found above or below the dirt?! They were beheaded, for heaven sakes!!

  14. Yusef Khouri Ibn Al-Ma'tshil I agree, I am a Catholic woman and I still get blamed for the crusades, I mean really now, I wasn't even born then and it hasn't happened in over 200 years, so why do people still refer to the time of the crusades as the reason Catholics are bad. I just tell people, unless you try it, don't knock it!

  15. Samantha Abbruzzese Religions are a lot like Sushi, in that regard … 🙂

  16. Yusef Khouri Ibn Al-Ma'tshil What I mean is unless a person becomes a practicing Catholic themselves, then they should say nothing about something they know nothing about. Although I may not agree with certain religions, I do not disrespect or treat a person with discontent because of their choice. We all have free will to choose and I believe in loving my neighbor as Jesus asked me too.

  17. Tell me, what do you think of imams who preach sedition and hatred to their flock? I believe the Constitution protects the rights of AMERICANS but I do not believe it protects everyone who just happens to be in America in the same way, and I certainly don't believe imams who come here from the mideast and shout "america go to hell" and "freedom go to hell" should be tolerated for one minute. If you are an american and want to do that, fine, we'll find other legal means to make sure you don't get out of control. But if you have come here from somewhere else? Why should we tolerate another angry, violent voice? Deport them immediately and forbid their return.

    Just curious what you might think about this problem. I know islam is not just radicals, but how would you approach the problem of fundamentalist radicalization in a democratic republic?

  18. Brad Scott You're absolutely right, if any religious leader is preaching a message that incites violence or hatred and potential anarchy, it should be closely observed and charges should be considered. I feel the westboro baptist church could use a second look, for one.

  19. Yusef Khouri Ibn Al-Ma'tshil Well, as I said I think americans come under a different banner than visitors or immigrants, and that applies no matter the faith or race or creed. I would feel the same about neonazis from europe as I feel about imams who preach their own form of hatred.

    But I don't think americans should be prosecuted for speech, at least until it enters the realm of calling for violence against another person or community. Westboro is a particularly bad situation because they are not out there to incite violence against anyone, they are simply there to practice their own form of violence against common decency. The Freedom Riders have come up with a very novel and entirely effective response to westboro's lunatics that fits properly within the law.

    In my example I was really asking more along the lines of what should we do with those who arrive here from other places and walk the streets of our cities preaching hatred against the government and our society. Not citizens, but others who arrive here from elsewhere, whether islamists or skinheads or whatever. I think we should waste no time or resources on them – pack them up and ship them off never to return.

  20. you imply not all muslims are this way…. why is it none speak out…. they dont speak out because they support them….duhhhh

  21. That's just because we haven't seen it in our lifetime. But it was there and not so long ago. Christianity had its own "convert or die" period and it wasn't so very long ago. Just 22 days after the death of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson came the last execution of the Inquisition. It wasn't "centuries" ago, it was just 190 or so years ago people were still being killed in europe for blasphemy. Stretched on the rack, or their tongues pierced with a hot poker – just for questioning the alleged divine inspiration of a book… and just a few decades ago.

    In the lifetime of this country. It's not ancient history. And the growth in this country of fundamentalism strengthens the chance of us entering yet another crusade, christian zealots against muslim zealots. And this time, we're all way better armed.

  22. Samantha Abbruzzese the violence ended in 1826. Not over 200 years, less than 200 years. And the office of the inquisitor exists within the church to this day. But I don't think we need blame only the catholics; in the early 1800s blasphemy in England might not get you killed, but you would have a long life without a tongue. That was the church of England, not the inquisition.

  23. Brad Scott OK, so I'm off a few years, I was only offering a scenario situation and I chose Catholics, but my point is that whenever there is some form of violent act of a huge nature, it helps lay the foundation for bad feelings towards others who aren't even a part of it. I am a Catholic and so therefore the crusades helped give a bad name, the terrorist attacks since 9/11 have given Muslims a bad rap, so on ans so forth. I do not think all Muslims are bad just because the ones who choose to be are. No one is ever satisfied and until all mankind is eliminated, there will always be fear based bias in this world.

  24. Brad Scott OK, so I'm off a few years, I was only offering a scenario situation and I chose Catholics, but my point is that whenever there is some form of violent act of a huge nature, it helps lay the foundation for bad feelings towards others who aren't even a part of it. I am a Catholic and so therefore the crusades helped give a bad name, the terrorist attacks since 9/11 have given Muslims a bad rap, so on ans so forth. I do not think all Muslims are bad just because the ones who choose to be are. No one is ever satisfied and until all mankind is eliminated, there will always be fear based bias in this world.

  25. Brad Scott OK, so I'm off a few years, I was only offering a scenario situation and I chose Catholics, but my point is that whenever there is some form of violent act of a huge nature, it helps lay the foundation for bad feelings towards others who aren't even a part of it. I am a Catholic and so therefore the crusades helped give a bad name, the terrorist attacks since 9/11 have given Muslims a bad rap, so on ans so forth. I do not think all Muslims are bad just because the ones who choose to be are. No one is ever satisfied and until all mankind is eliminated, there will always be fear based bias in this world.

  26. John Melville Of course it's no excuse. The point is it's also ignorant to pretend christianity wasn't struggling with this same problem just a few DECADES ago, not centuries. We have to resist a bigoted response to this sort of thing lest both sides plunge into radicalism and holy war.

  27. Brad Scott be not stupid or ignorant, better yet , stop using Taqui-yya. Islam is been murdering in the name of satan (alah) since ever. Is it or not? or just shut up.

  28. Russ Teufelei its why I said what I said cause ive had muslim friends that did and didn't speak out against such evil ! honestly they got into nearly fist fights over it and I made peace amongst them cause I said if this is where your going then world war 3 is just around the corner and man kinds future is dead 🙁

  29. thanks god you speak out against this as it shows a way for all Muslims to do so also ! thanks for speaking out against this evil ! 🙂
    thank you !

  30. Johnny Cespedes Delgado Wait…. you complain about muslims, presumably because you don't share their values, then you tell me to forfeit my constitutional right to speak up because it offends you?

    AAAAHAHAHAHAHA yet more conservative hypocrisy. Who do you think you are, Mohammed (pbuh)?

    Allah is not satan. Allah is the God of Abraham(pbuh) and Moses(pbuh). He's more than likely YOUR God, although he is not mine as I don't believe in gods. And in case you missed it, NOT ALL MUSLIMS BELIEVE THE SAME THING. Just like Christians. And, just like christians, they have killed one another for centuries over differing beliefs. Christianity is 1500 years older than Islam, and YOU PEOPLE didn't even quit killing one another over sectarian beliefs until 1826.

    I'm not muslim, but I grew up around them. My best friend until I was 25 was the son of a Syrian. He was incredibly well educated, an atheist himself, and today is the president of an east coast university. His father didn't stone or even disown him for being an atheist. Have you ever even had one muslim friend? DO YOU EVEN KNOW A MUSLIM? The guy who runs the convenience store on the corner doesn't count. He's probably a Sikh or a Hindu anyway and you can't tell the difference.

  31. Johnny Cespedes Delgado do you know what Taqqiyah is? It's not just a 'go ahead, lie to the infidels' clause in the Muslim Bible, it's a measure in Islam that allows for a Muslim to renounce his faith if he feels his life is in EMMINANT danger. But he risks his place in Jinnah (paradise), even if he asks for forgiveness. And Allah is the same Judeo-Christian God you so poorly worship, FYI. Allah is word in Arabic, like God or Bog (Russian).

  32. The koolaid drinkers are always going on about what a mistake the war in Iraq was. I actually agree with them, because the feral people of Iraq deserved saddam and his sons. If saddam was still in power – he would find out who did this, and collect their extended families, and whisk them all off to a torture chamber for a month or so, until they stopped screaming and bleeding. What this does is – it causes a young zealous shitbag to be set upon by his entire family when he entertains an idea of attacking the dictatorship, and this is the only rule they understand. So yeah democrats, I wish the Iraq war had never happened.

  33. Your full of shit brad, better yet, you're parroting the typical false analogy in which the left – time-warps 500 years back in time to compare islam with Christianity. Liberals are living proof that Christianity is far more tolerant than islam.

  34. Sam Cane In this country we require that ALL religions tolerate EVERYONE ELSE. The Muslim must coexist peacefully with the Christian, the Jew, the Buddhist, etc.

  35. Sam Cane How am I full of shit? People may lie about history, but history does not lie. Look up the facts yourself. It's even corroborated in the documents penned by our own founding fathers. Have you ever read ANY of them?

    1826, buddy. When our forefathers were fighting for this country – when Jefferson was writing the Constitution, christians were being burned alive by other christians for not believing what the church wanted them to believe. You could have your tongue pierced with a hot poker for mere blasphemy in jolly old England when Jefferson and Adams were old men. It's all there, look it up.

    Separation of church and state is not to be taken likely. This is the world our forefathers occupied when they wrote that Constitution.

  36. Brad Scott " I know islam is not just radicals" __You're just a regular motor mouth ain't you. There's one thing about it – NO matter how much you suck, (and swallow) – islam will not tolerate you. Do you remember all the media liberals scratching their heads after the boston marathon bombing? (at the same time they were photo shooting the rock star mugshot for rollingstone – in another vain effort to get their haji cocking sucking tricks figured out) None of the smart liberals could figure it out. They're still dumb-founded by it, and they will repeat failure as long as they are allowed to suck and catch haji cock They brewed up a koolaid batch, with a recipe that said this war with the haji is a 'republican verses islam' war, BUT IT'S NOT. The haji will eat you after they get done fucking you in the ass, but you stay bent over, because you deserve to be fucked in the ass. It's too late now, it's irreversible, you got more haji ass fucking coming.

  37. Sam Cane Ah, another fine example of the moral majority. You wear bigotry and stupidity like a fine coat of golden threads. Good on you.

  38. Brad Scott no American takes the separation lighty, our Fathers proved that more recent then what you referenced – when they zerged the fuck out of mexico for trying to only allow catholics to own land. (yeah, the hippie teachers don't teach that part of history – in all the poor mexican boo hoo hoo shit doctrine)

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