They also beheaded a man accused of being a spy for Bashar Assad. New images have been released by the Islamic State showing the jihadis savagely stoning a man to death after accusing him of bestiality and ‘having a homosexual affair.’
UK Daily Mail The graphic photo report shows a man being bombarded with rocks in a remote stretch of the western province of Homs in front of crowds of bloodthirsty onlookers.
Images of the murder show a man accused of ‘having sex with animals’ and ‘having a homosexual affair’ being led past a large crowd by an ISIS officer.
Forced to wear a scarf over his eyes, the man’s hands are bound behind his back. The all-male crowd appears to include several young boys, watching the impending atrocity from the front.
A number of ISIS fighters stand guard, monitoring the crowd as the man is forced to stand alone in the arid field next to a freshly-prepared grave.
The final photos show the man being stoned to death by a dozen ISIS fighters. Large rocks are shown being hurled at the victim whilst the crowd watch on.
Graphic close-up shots of the man’s broken body were also published, revealing the horrendous injuries sustained in his final moments of life.
The savage Muslim extremist group also published images of a man being beheaded in the Syrian desert. According to the captions, the second man was a prisoner of war and had been caught fighting and spying on behalf of the Assad regime.
Unusually the victims were not forced to wear orange jumpsuits of the sort frequently worn by ISIS prisoners before their death as a reference to prisoners in Guantanamo Bay.
It is possible that due to the sheer number of prisoners being executed by ISIS, the brutal regime did not see the need to identify the man, nor force him to wear the uniform before his death.
Driven to what appears to be a hurriedly constructed fort, the man is shown being led out from a brown pick up truck. Forced to wear a green blindfold for his execution, the prisoner is seen kneeling down on the rubble-strewn ground near the concrete building.
Several ISIS jihadis, dressed in winter jackets and carrying AK47s, are shown standing menacingly in the background. All of the ISIS fighters have their faces covered with balaclavas or thick scarves.
With nowhere to escape, the victim can only wait as a senior ISIS fighter, who appears to be white, stands directly behind him. The ISIS fighter yanks the man by his hoodie, causing the prisoner to completely crumple to the floor. His hands can be seen still handcuffed behind his back and a wedding ring sits on his finger.
Drawing a dagger from the sheath attached to his khaki combat trousers, the executioner bends down close to the prisoner. In the final two photos, the victim can be seen screaming in agony and his legs thrashing in the air.
The murder epitomises the blood thirsty nature of Islamic State militants, who boast about their indiscriminate war crimes and love of capital punishment.
Blogger Washiqur Rahman Babu, 26, was hacked to death with meat cleavers by three Muslim attackers in Bangladesh’s capital because of his anti-Islamic writings. Babu was declared dead as he was taken to a government hospital shortly after being attacked in Dhaka.
NO, it’s Muslims who aren’t good for anything, anywhere
Global News The killing took place a month after a prominent Bangladeshi-American blogger known for speaking out against religious extremism was hacked to death in Dhaka. Two of the attackers were caught near the scene, police said.
Two suspects, both students at Islamic schools, were captured and three meat cleavers were recovered, Sarker said. The third suspect fled, he said. One of the suspects told reporters they attacked Babu because he had disrespected Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.
“I stabbed him because he humiliated my prophet,” said Jikrullah, a 20-year-old student at Hathajari Madrassah in the southeastern district of Chittagong, without elaborating. Jikrullah said he travelled from Chittagong and stayed overnight at a mosque to attack Babu.
The other detained suspect, Ariful Islam, also 20, is a student at an Islamic school in Dhaka’s Mirpur area. They named a third suspect, but details about him were not available.
Jikrullah and Ariful Islam, two of the three attackers suspected of killing blogger Washiqur Rahman Babu
It was not immediately known what kind of blogging Babu did, but the suspects told police they targeted him for anti-Islamic writings, Sarker said.
Two of Babu’s cousins told reporters at Dhaka Medical College Hospital, where his body was being kept, that he recently joined a travel agency in Dhaka after finishing his studies, and they were not aware of any blogging he had done.
- The body of Bangladeshi blogger Washiqur Rahman lies in a morgue at Dhaka Medical College in Dhaka after he was hacked to death
Local media reported that Babu had a Facebook page that contained the line “Iamavijit,” meaning he was a follower of Avijit Roy, the Bangladeshi-American blogger who was hacked to death late last month.
Roy, a Bangladesh-born U.S. citizen, died after being attacked at Dhaka University as he was leaving a book fair with his wife. A previously unknown militant group, Ansar Bangla 7, claimed responsibility for the attack. Detectives have arrested one suspect in the case, and the FBI is helping with the investigation.
The hacked head of Bangladeshi blogger Washiqur Rahman
Swedish artist Lars Vilks, who is believed to have been the intended target of one of the Copenhagen shootings in February, says police have told him he can never return to his home in southern Sweden.
The Local Swedish artist Lars Vilks, who gained international notoriety for a cartoon portraying the Prophet Muhammad as a dog, emerged unscathed from a deadly attack in a Copenhagen last month, the latest in a string of death threats against him.
Vilks was speaking at a debate on Islam and freedom of expression when a gunman fired a volley of shots into the Krudttønden cultural centre, leaving a 55-year-old man dead and three police officers wounded. The 68-year-old artist has also survived a foiled assassination plot and other attacks since his drawing of the Muslim spiritual leader was published in a local Swedish paper in 2007 with an editorial on the importance of freedom of expression.
Vilks, who has been in hiding since the attacks in Denmark, says he has been moved between three different locations and was told by Swedish police this week that he could not go back to his house in Höganäs in southern Sweden.
After being briefly allowed to collect some belongings several weeks ago, police supervised as a removal company packed up the rest of his possessions on Tuesday afternoon.
“Police did not want me to be there, they watched as everything I had there was moved. I had to make some quick decisions about the stuff I wanted to keep,” he told The Local’s team in Stockholm on Wednesday.
“I am still living in hiding. No one really knows what they [the police] are planning and discussing. They haven’t found a solution. They want to put me in a place where it is safe to keep me for a long time. My last house was very close to the road and you could reach it too quickly or get away. You would have needed a whole army there,” he added.
The 68-year-old cartoonist, who whipped up an outcry across the Muslim world with his 2007 sketch of the Prophet Muhammad as a dog, was already living under police protection before the shootings in Copenhagen in February. Vilks was among those attending the event at a cultural centre that was attacked.
He returned to the city earlier this month to receive a prize from the Danish Free Press Society, but has otherwise rarely been seen in public and several talks and discussions he was due to attend have been cancelled.
Asked about whether he felt his own rights were being restricted as he sought to promote freedom of expression, he said: “I am getting used to it because the most important thing for me is that I have the possibility to do my work and I do have a mini studio [where I am living] where I can do paintings and drawings.”
He said he was disappointed that “no one dares” to exhibit his current sketches and paintings, but pleased that he could make them available online. The Danish Free Press Society is currently selling his controversial Muhammad piece.
Five men have now been arrested in connection with the twin Copenhagen shootings at a cultural centre and Jewish building that left two people dead.
Lars Vilks has been under attack since his first Mohammed cartoons were published in 2007:
He says, “Yesterday in Afghanistan, Afghan muslim savages killed an innocent woman in Kabul who allegedly had burned a quran. Today I am burning a quran in support of this woman to show that humanity is more important than any book.” –Reza Mohibbi
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UNCENSORED! Shocking video has emerged of a woman being beaten to death by an angry mob in Kabul, Afghanistan. The 27-year-old victim, named only as ‘Farkhunda’ and who is believed to have been mentally ill, was savagely beaten and stomped on by a rampaging mob of Muslim barbarians after she was allegedly seen burning a copy of the quran.
IB Times The video of the attack shows the woman being battered, stamped on and beaten and struck with a piece of wood. One of the attackers hurls a brick at her as she lay on the ground, and others are seen kicking and punching her lifeless body. Her body was then taken to the Kabul river where it was burned.
Several of the men in the video can bee seen filming the attack with their mobile phones. The footage later surfaced on social media websites.
Speaking to the BBC, an eyewitness described the incident saying: “I heard noise, I went and people said that a woman is burning Koran. When I went closer I saw angry people shouting they want to kill the woman. They beat her to death and then threw her on the river side and burned her. Firefighters later came and put out the fire and took the body.”
Bystanders take video of the burning woman
The head of Kabul’s criminal police General Farid Afzali confirmed reports of the incident and told AFP: “A woman burned a copy of the Koran in the Shahi Doshamshira neighbourhood.”
The woman’s body was then thrown into the Kabul River, Afzali added. Officers arrived at the scene and dispersed the angry crowds made up of ‘thousands of people’ in the area as the incident unfolded.
The victim was accused of setting fire to pages of the Koran, however her parents have told Kabul police that their daughter had suffered with mental illness for many years and had not meant to burn Islam’s holy book.
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After first being rejected because of historic Muslim hatred for blacks, ISIS says it will now welcome Nigerian terror group Boko Haram into its terror network.
The audio message entitled ‘kill and be killed’ and released through the militants’ vast social media channels was allegedly read by an ISIS spokesperson. As well as welcoming Boko Haram’s loyalty, the speech also threatens further violence against Christian and Jewish communities according to News Week.
The spokesman, Abu Mohammed al Adnani, encourages people to join fighters in Africa if they cannot make it to Iraq or Syria.
Boko Haram’s leader, Abubakar Shekau, announced in an audio message last week that the Islamist terror group was going to ally with ISIS. Jacob Zenn, a terror expert who lives in Nigeria, told CNN on Saturday the alliance would make sense for both groups.
Shekau, personally took the “credit” for kidnapping 400 Christian schoolgirls (below), at least 200 of which have never been found and are believed to have been sold into sex slavery in the Muslim world.
It’s no surprise that a passionate hatred of Western values that united the two leaders from the Middle East and West Africa, but Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau and Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi also have a thirst for fame and an abundance of death rumours in common.
Abubakar Shekau and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
“Boko Haram will get legitimacy, which will help its recruiting, funding and logistics as it expands,” Zenn said. “It will also get guidance from ISIS in media warfare and propaganda. Previously Boko Haram was a sort of outcast in the global Jihadi community. Now it is perhaps ISIS’s biggest affiliate.
“ISIS gets more international legitimacy as a global caliphate.”