What ISIS or ISIL are doing, is nothing different of what Mohammedans have done through the ages:
The degree of extermination and the brutality of the massacres indicate extreme pent-up hatred on the popular level. Christians, the so-called gawur [also giaour or ghiaour] infidels, were killed in almost all sorts of situations. Read more from Andy Bostom on the Tundra Tabloids:
Erdogan Compares Israel to Hitler, Says: They Will Drown in the Blood They Shed
Strange that the Turks didn’t drown in the blood of the Armenians, the Greeks and the Assyrian Christians they murdered.
Sheik of Al-Azhar: Global Zionism Behind Islamist Terror Organizations
Mohammedan lunacy beats reason, every time:
Anyone and anything standing in the way of Islam causes “Islamophobia”
Now here’s something we can agree on. But the Mohammedan concept of crime is quite different from ours…..
Collective guilt is part of the Mohammedan modus operandi.
Follow the money. Or is he a convert?
This guy is a menace. He writes the most absurd drivel and should not be taken seriously.
Tim Stanley is the man who argued â€” with a straight face â€” that boredom, not Islam, motivated young Muslims from the West who went to Iraq and Syria to join the Islamic State. In this new piece, he digs deeper. Comments interspersed below: “Bill Maher is wrong: we can’t blame Isil on Islam,” by [Robert SpencerÂ /Â Comments]Â Continue Reading Â»
“The most important thing for them was Sharia” â€” and wherever Sharia is implemented, it looks the same: women can’t leave home without a male guardian, accused thieves have their hands amputated, women are stoned to death for adultery, shops close five times a day for prayer. In all this, the Islamic State looks just [Robert SpencerÂ /Comments…]Continue Reading Â»
Andy Bostom: Almost a hundred years ago:
ISIL’s Ottoman “Caliphate” Forbears Brutally Slaughtered 250,000 Assyrian-Chaldean, and Orthodox Christians A Century Ago
The degree of extermination and the brutality of the massacres indicate extreme pent-up hatred on the popular level. Christians, the so-called gawur [also giaour or ghiaour] infidels, were killed in almost all sorts of situations.
They were collected at the local town hall, walking in the streets, fleeing on the roads, at harvest, in the villages, in the caves and tunnels, in the caravanserais [an inn with a central courtyard], in the prisons, under torture, on the river rafts, on road repair gangs, on the way to be put on trial. There was no specific and technological way of carrying out the murders like the Nazis’ extermination camps. A common feature was those killed were unarmed, tied up, or otherwise defenseless.
All possible methods of killing were used: shooting, stabbing, stoning, crushing, throat cutting, throwing off of roofs, drowning, decapitation. Witnesses talk of seeing collections of ears and noses and of brigands boasting of their collections of female body parts. The perpetrators not only killed but humiliated the victims…In several instances, decapitated heads of well-known Christians, such as Hanne Safar of Midyat and Ibrahim the Syriac priest of Sa’irt were used as footballs…In Derike, the Syriac Catholic priest Ibrahim Qrom had his beard torn off and was then forced to crawl on all fours with a tormentor on his back, while others kicked him, stabbed him, and finally cut him to pieces.