Jihadi Murder Videos Include “Sacrifice” Element

From Bob Unruh at WorldNetDaily:

Christians’ Throats Slit in Pagan Slaughterhouses

After exposing videos of “ritual human sacrifices” of Christians by Muslims, a former Palestinian Liberation Organization member-turned-Christian has discovered a new set of shocking videos that show human slaughterhouses in which non-Muslims are executed.

…The witness video, translated by Shoebat’s organization, Rescue Christians, includes the testimony of Saif Al-Adlubi, who inexplicably was identified for “sacrifice” but then not killed before government soldiers arrived.

In recent days, Shoebat has drawn attention to a number of gruesome and distressing murder videos apparently recorded by jihadis in Syria, in which the killers tell their victims that they are to be sacrificed. It’s a detail that only an Arabic-speaker could catch, and it’s of some interest for understanding the mindset of the most cold-blooded and psychopathic of the jihadis.

However, this being Shoebat, he wants us to draw a more wide-ranging conclusion:

“This is the reality of Islam, it is a pagan and utterly depraved and sadistic religion. It takes the soul of a man and purges any remnants of human affection from his very being. Look to your own soul, and understand your own obligation to help the Christians,” Shoebat said.

Shoebat and his son have in the past promoted a bizarre and unsustainable theory that Allah is in fact a Babylonian “god of violence and revolution”. But it should be hardly worth saying that “human sacrifice” is not a part of Islamic teaching or practice: the notion of “sacrifice” in the videos emerges out of a context of extreme violence, rather than being the causative agent of violence.

Shoebat’s own motive, of course, is that we should regard all Muslims with disgust and horror, wherever and whoever they are – he has in the past expressed a wish that “nukes” would “take care of the whole problem” of Islam “once and for all”. Not many “remnants of human affection” there.

The video of Al-Adlubi bears the logo of the Dubai-based Al Aan TV; other videos highlighted by Shoebat have come from sources such as SyrianTube or the recesses of Liveleak; however, Shoebat appears to confirm that some material has been brought into the public domain by his organisation:

…Al-Adlubi said the victims included Armenian and Syrian Christians along with Shiite and Sunni Muslims.

Said Walid Shoebat: “The stories told by Al-Adlubi and [Kamil] Toume add up. Toume sent us some footage that circulated the Syrian community after the human slaughterhouse finally ended, and the ugly remaining evidence was revealed when Umm Muhammad’s slaughterhouse in the Siba’ district in Homs was busted by Syrian police three years ago in August 2011.

I previously discussed Rescue Christians at the end of last year; Shoebat’s manager Keith Davies stopped by with a comment.

One Response

  1. The reference to a “former Palestinian Liberation Orgnisation member turned-Christian” was enough to warn us this was all nonsense.
    The Palestinian envoy in Britain, Manuel Hassassian, is a Christian. So was his predecesor, Afif Safieh, a graduate of the University of Louvain, and also envoy to the Holy See.
    Since a large number of Palestinians are Christian it is not surprising that the PLO has promoted some to important and responsible positions.(and Ilan Halevy of course was Jewish).
    The assumption that a PLO member would have to quit in order to “turn Christian” tells us something about the ignorance and stereotypes which muddy American opinions, though perhaps the word “Christian” has a special meaning for some Americans, which has little to do with the gospel of peace.
    It is sad to see Jewish leaders bowing to such prejudice, which is not an honour but an insult to the Holocaust victims.

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