ISIS Muslim Terrorists Leading the Syrian Boy to the Cross Just Moments Ago. Photo courtesy of: ALALAM
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A group of ISIS terrorists executed a 17-year old boy in a district village of Deir-ez-Zur in Syria and crucified his body for three days, Al-Alam News Network reports.
ISIS fighters have reportedly executed a 17-year-old boy and left his body on display on a cross in Syria.
Pictures being shared online show a banner attached to the teenager’s chest saying the boy has been crucified for taking photos of ISIS military bases, as well as receiving “500 Turkish lira” for any footage taken.
The message describes the ruling for the alleged crime as “apostasy” and states the teenager has been “killed and crucified for a period of three days” as the punishment.
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We are asking our readers of all faiths to please pray for this young man who will be hanging on a cross for the next 3 days. Please request prayers in your houses of worship. Please pray that his pain and suffering are lifted from him. Thank you.
May Our Lord’s Will Be Done.
by, Zee News | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
LAHORE, Pakistan: Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed the execution of a minority Christian woman over blasphemy as it admitted her plea challenging the conviction, in a case that sparked international outrage over the controversial law.
A three-member panel of judges heard the case in Supreme Court’s Lahore registry and admitted Asia Bibi’s petition for full hearing after initial arguments by her defence lawyer besides staying her execution till the matter is adjudicated.
Bibi, a mother of five, had a quarrel over a bowl of water with fellow Muslim women while working on a crop field in Punjab province.
She was accused of uttering blasphemous words in the heat of arguments, which she denied.
The Asia Bibi Case:
Bibi was arrested in 2009 for allegedly passing the blasphemous remarks and convicted in 2010. Her death sentence was maintained by the Lahore High Court in October last year which she challenged in the Supreme Court.
No date had been set for the execution.
Bibi’s death sentence had sparked outrage among international human rights groups, which condemned Pakistan’s blasphemy law as a source of persecution against religious minorities.
Blasphemy laws were introduced by military rulers Zia-ul- Haq in 1980s and people accused under the laws are also targeted by extremists.
When governor of Punjab province Salman Taseer criticised these laws in a meeting with Bibi after her first conviction, he first faced immense criticism from extremists and was later killed by his police guard in 2011.
No longer content with executing their prisoners with knives and guns, Islamic State militants have ratcheted up their savagery by blasting a man to death with a bazooka (RPG).
Shocking video emerged today showing the captive exploding into a ball of flames after being shot with a rocket-propelled grenade that is designed to take out tanks and aircraft.
Video courtesy of: WarZone
by, Sayed Arif Musavi | RAWA
A group of civil society activists in northern Balkh province on Monday demanded severe punishment for those alleged to have sexually abused and killed a three-year-old boy named Yunus in Kabul last week.
The activists issued a resolution that urged the country’s law enforcement and courts to take action and severely punish the perpetrators of the heinous act, who have yet to be identified.
“Balkh civil society activists have raised their voice to ask Afghanistan’s judicial system to act seriously regarding the sexual abuse of the underage boy,” civil society activist Malika told TOLOnews.
The head of the northern branch of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC), Sayid Mohammad Sami, called the rape of Yunus an inhuman act. “Unfortunately, such occurrences are the result of the fact that rule of law is fading away in our society,” Sami said.
“Such a situation means that any brutal human and those who are against the law in every hook and nook of the country commit illegal acts and then there is no one to arrest them and send them behind bars,” he added.
The extent of concern about whether or not justice will be served in Yunus’ case was made readily apparent by the Balkh activists on Monday. One, named Malalai Usmani, went so far as to suggest the local community take their own action and not risk leaving it in the hands of law enforcement and the judiciary.
“We were against kangaroo courts in the past, but now I want to say that the local residents should arrest the perpetrators who raped the child and punish them before they reach the police and courts,” Usmani told TOLOnews.
The crime against Yunus has sparked anxieties among families around the country as many lack faith that the government will or even can protect them from such evils.
Nadim Paikan, a seven-year-old boy in Balkh, described his shock at the news of Yunus’ rape and murder, which he called unforgivable. “I was at home when I heard the bad news – they killed Yunus,” he said. “They should be punished severely. How did they do this? How did they rape and then kill a three-year-old child?”
by, Seyhmus Cakan | Reuters | h/t Blazing Catfur & Glen Roberts @ Trop
A suspected Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 30 people, mostly young students, in an attack on a Turkish town near the Syrian border on Monday.
Bodies lay beneath trees after the blast outside a cultural centre in the mostly Kurdish town of Suruc in southeastern Turkey, some 10 km (6 miles) from the Syrian town of Kobani, where Kurdish fighters have been battling Islamic State.
The explosion tore through a group of mostly university-aged students from an activist group as they gathered to make a statement to the local press about a trip they were planning to help rebuild Kobani.
The Moment of Impact:
..And THIS was the Aftermath:
Turkey’s NATO allies have been seeking tighter controls on a porous border with Syria that runs alongside Islamic State-held territories. But monitoring is difficult with 1.8 million Syrian refugees now on the Turkish side and smuggling rife.
The United States, which has an air base at Incirlik in southern Turkey, though it is not being used for its air attacks on IS forces, called the bombing a “heinous terror attack”.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told a news conference in Ankara 30 people had been killed. “It is…most probably a suicide bombing.”
The Hurriyet newspaper said the attacker was an 18-year old woman, but there was no confirmation.
“Turkey has taken and will continue to take all necessary measures against the Islamic State,” Davutoglu said, without giving details. “Measures on our border with Syria…will be increased.”
One witness, giving his name as Mehmet, told Reuters by telephone he saw more than 20 bodies.
“It was a huge explosion, we all shook.”
Video footage showed young men and women standing behind a banner declaring support for Kobani, some holding up small red flags. Suddenly there was a huge explosion, apparently from within the crowd, sending up a column of flame.
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Hey Erdogan, How’s that bowing down and kissing ISIS-ASS working out for ya’?
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- Farmersville locals say cemetery is way for Muslims to get foothold in town
- Considering 35-acre request from the Islamic Association of Collin County
- Residents are trying to convince community leaders to block the project
- Some of town’s 3,000 residents spoke at City Council meeting this month
- Woman said cemetery idea was ‘appalling’ and man threatened to ‘dump pigs’ blood and put pig heads on a post’ so Muslims ‘won’t buy the land’
- Anti-Muslim distrust brewing in parts of Texas since deadly May shooting in Garland outside a cartoon contest lampooning the Prophet Muhammad
- Some have said project presents health risks because Muslims don’t traditionally bury their dead in caskets which burial experts call nonsense
by, AP | Daily Mail | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
Muslims say they’re looking for a place to bury their dead but locals in Farmersville say it’s a plot to gain a foothold in their small Texas town and are threatening to stop the plan by using pig parts.
A proposal to bring a Muslim cemetery to the rural town has stoked fears among residents who are vehemently trying to convince community leaders to block the project.
The sentiment reflects an anti-Muslim distrust that has been brewing over the last year in parts of Texas, most notably 25 miles away in Garland – the scene of a deadly May shooting outside a cartoon contest lampooning the Prophet Muhammad.
Video courtesy of: CAIRtv
‘The concern for us is the radical element of Islam,’ David Meeks, the pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, told The Dallas Morning News.
He said he thinks the cemetery would be the first step toward a broader Muslim expansion in town.
‘How can we stop a mosque or madrassa training center from going in there?’ he asked, referring to a type of Islamic school.
The issue is flaring up as Farmersville leaders consider a 35-acre development request from the Islamic Association of Collin County, which faces a shortage of space to bury members of its faith.
During a City Council meeting earlier this month, some of the town’s 3,000 or so residents spoke out against establishing the Muslim cemetery in Farmersville’s extraterritorial jurisdiction, the Farmersville Times reported.
A woman who lives adjacent to where the proposed project would break ground called the idea of bringing the cemetery into the community ‘appalling’.
Another attendee, Gwen Kakaska, also told her concerns to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
She said: ‘I do not want my child indoctrinated toward their religion.
‘I do not want to be constantly in view of a mosque.
‘We do not want this to be a Muslim dumping ground.’
In addition to speaking out at meetings, other town residents have organized and are making threats about what will happen if the plan goes any farther, according to CBS Dallas-Forth Worth.
One man told the station that if they ‘dump pigs’ blood and put pig heads on a post’ then the Muslims ‘won’t buy the land’.
Although the area already has a Buddhist center and Mormon church, residents showed up in force at a recent town meeting to oppose allowing a Muslim cemetery, which would include an open-air pavilion and small retail component that would run along a busy highway through town.
‘There’s just a basic concern or distrust about the cemetery coming into town,’ said Mayor Joe Helmberger, who calls the townspeople’s worries unwarranted.
He said the cemetery would be approved as long as the town’s development standards are met, pointing out that the US was founded on religious freedom and that the association is simply trying to secure a burial site.
Concerns over Muslim cemeteries gained national attention in 2010 when the town of Sidney Center in New York voted to investigate how Muslims were burying their dead.
The issue was quickly dropped after local leaders received widespread criticism.
Many residents of Farmersville, a predominantly white community of approximately 3,500 residents about 35 miles northeast of Dallas, are pushing their leaders to take a similar stand.
Some oppose the project because it would attract Muslims, while others expressed concern that Muslim burial practices – Muslims traditionally don’t bury their dead in caskets – would present health risks for residents.
‘When somebody dies, they bury them at that time,’ Farmersville resident Troy Gosnell told KTVT-TV. ‘You don’t know whether they were shot, diseased or anything else. All they do is wrap them in a sheet, throw them in the grave and bury them.’
Burial experts dismiss such concerns and comments as nonsense.
Khalil Abdur-Rashid, a spokesman for the Islamic association, said misinformation and confusion are fueling critics.
He said shrouded bodies would be placed in caskets and entombed in vaults underground, and that the plans for the cemetery have more to do with ‘human dignity’ than religion.
‘Some thought it was a mosque going to be built, others thought it was a training ground,’ Abdur-Rashid told WFAA-TV. ‘We want to be very clear that this is a cemetery.’
There are about five Muslim cemeteries in North Texas and they have little remaining space, so the association needs more land for burial, said Alia Salem, executive director of the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Salem told The Associated Press that state rules limit the places where a new cemetery can be placed, and Farmersville was one of the few options open to the association.
The purchase of the land was completed this week, she said.
‘We do want to take this opportunity to address misconceptions,’ she said, explaining that in many cases residents are simply seeking answers.
‘The questions about what this means for them, that’s legitimate.’
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