“They actually beheaded children and put their heads on sticks"

thanks to the Gates of Vienna
The Near East and parts of Central Africa are in the process of losing entire Christian communities that have lived there in peace for centuries. In the north of Nigeria alone, the terrorist group Boko Haram has kidnapped and killed hundreds of Christians. During the Syrian civil war, which has lasted over three years, half a million Christian Arabs were driven out. And Christians have been hounded and killed from Lebanon to Sudan.

It’s in the Koran

The Islamic State has made sure that images of its horrific deeds continue to spread all over the world via YouTube and social media. President Obama, David Cameron, and various TV pundits claim that there is no justification in Islam for these actions. The common meme is: “ISIS does not represent the true Islam”.

However, it is absolutely clear that the Islamic State is carrying out the core instructions as recorded in the Koran.

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Al Jizz would have you believe there is something wrong with that….. Everything Israel does is “unlawful”….
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Syria: Dead Headbanger Replaced With Another One

Ahrar al-Sham appoints Abu Jaber as its new head after top commander Hassan Abboud is killed in Idlib bomb blast.

Ahrar al-Sham, a Syrian rebel group, has announced its new leadership after it lost its top brass during a bomb attack on a high-level meeting in Idlib province.

Hassan Abboud, the head of Ahrar al-Sham, was among up to 45 people killed in an underground bunker near an ammunition dump outside Ram Hamdan on Tuesday.

The new head is Hashim al-Sheikh, also known as Abu Jaber, while his deputy is Abu Saleh Tahan, the group announced on Wednesday.

It pledged to keep fighting against Syrian government forces and the Islamic State armed group, Reuters news agency said.

Along with Abboud, about 50 of the group’s leaders had been gathered at a house when the blast went off, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a group that monitors the conflict.