The Koran teaches subjugation of "non believers" including the specific command to behead Jews and Christians, stone homosexuals, and physically assault women who do not "obey" their husbands. In the past two weeks alone, we have seen hundreds killed, group rapes of captives, a pregnant 9 year old child, destroyed artifacts and churches, and various attempts to keep "anti-terrorist" reports muted by calling them "racist" or "islamophobic."
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These matters are frightening and it is not a few "psychopaths" as our government has said. It is across the globe, well organized, and explicitly done according to the Koran's mandates as these "orthodox" adherents to their religion remain supported by Iran and other regimes, even as they fight each other for control.
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If this is "Islamophobia" there is nothing irrational about the fear.
The calls for "moderate Muslims" to condemn these things remains unanswered for to do so would be to condemn the Koran.
When we fought Nazism, we learned "Mein Kampf."
In order to understand Islamic terror across the globe, we must understand the Koran. Words reveal us. Even as Nazi party members practiced deception so the Koran teaches that "believers" do not "owe" the truth to "unbelievers."
As one Islamic group fights another, we learn that this "diversity" is contrary to our freedom of speech.
The video and pictures are graphic, with some websites showing the released photos of ISIS playing "soccer" with severed heads, mocking the victims saying "Look at our World Cup" and "our ball is made of skin", and other offensive brutish statements.
If Islam is to be permitted in the United States, there must be a Muslim wide stance against the violence, from A to Z, including everything from murder to assaulting women, and everything in between.
Tolerance is not extended to violence. That which is "diverse" is not an improvement when it resorts to violence.
From Daily Mail:
Slaughter on the beach: ISIS behead and shoot Ethiopian Christians in sickening new propaganda video
- Video seems to show militants in Libya holding one group of at least 16 captive on a beach and 12 others in a desert
- Before the killings a masked fighter in black brandishes a pistol as he vows to kill Christians if they do not convert
- Ethiopia unable to confirm its citizens were killed by militants in the footage but condemned the 'atrocious act'
- It comes two months after 21 Egyptian Christians were beheaded by extremists in a similar video from Libya
A shocking new video appearing to show at least 30 Christians being beheaded and shot by ISIS has been released.
The 29-minute video, titled 'Until It Came To Them - Clear Evidence', shows dozens of militants holding two separate groups captive in Libya.
At least 16 men, described by Islamic State as the 'followers of the cross from the enemy Ethiopian Church', are lined up in a desert area while 12 others are filmed being forced to walk down a beach.
Ethiopia was unable to confirm its citizens were killed in the footage but condemned the 'atrocious act', a government official said.
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Thirty Ethiopian Christians appear to have been beheaded and shot by ISIS in a sickening new propaganda video. Above, at least 16 men are marched down a beach in Libya by militants before they are killed
The video shows the men at the coast wearing Guantanamo-style orange jumpsuits and being held at the neck by fighters in combats with balaclavas covering their faces. The victims inland are forced to kneel as militants dressed in combats and green masks stand behind them holding rifles.
It starts with what it called a 'history of Christian-Muslim relations', which includes scenes of militants destroying churches, graves and icons.
A masked fighter in black then brandishes a pistol as he vows to kill Christians if they do not convert.
In an apparent reference to Ethiopia's attacks on neighbouring Somalia, whose population is almost entirely Muslim, he says: 'Muslim blood shed under the hands of your religions is not cheap. To the nation of the cross we are now back again.'
The footage, which was released on websites and social media accounts officially linked to ISIS, also cuts to Christians in Syria explaining how they were given the choice of converting to Islam or paying a 'special tax'.
At the end it switches between the two sets of captives - thought to be mainly migrant workers - with one group shot dead at point-blank range and the others beheaded on the beach. The video has not yet been verified.
The men - wearing Guantanamo-style orange jumpsuits - are held at the neck and forced to kneel by fighters in combats with balaclavas covering their faces
The men, thought to be migrant works, are described by Islamic State in the video as the 'followers of the cross from the enemy Ethiopian Church'
The footage also shows around 12 men being shot in a desert area, believed to be in the south of the country, by militants wearing green balaclavas and combats
A masked fighter in black (right) brandishing a pistol vows to kill Christians if they do not convert, saying: 'Muslim blood shed under the hands of your religions is not cheap. To the nation of the cross we are now back again'
The victims are forced to kneel in front of the militants (above) before being shot at point-blank range simultaneously. The video bore the official logo of the IS media arm Al-Furqan and resembled previous footage released by the extremist group
The militant in black - who is completely covered apart from his eyes - remains flanked by two people holding guns throughout the clip
CHRISTIANITY IN ETHIOPIA
Initial reports did not make clear who the captives were or when they were captured.
The video bore the official logo of the IS media arm Al-Furqan and resembled previous footage released by the extremist group.
Redwan Hussein, an Ethiopian government spokesman, said: 'We have seen the video but our embassy in Cairo has not been able to confirm that the victims are Ethiopian nationals. Nonetheless, the Ethiopian government condemns the atrocious act.'
He added that Ethiopia, which does not have an embassy in Libya, would help repatriate Ethiopians if they wanted to leave. Libyan officials were not immediately available for comment.
It comes just two months after IS militants filmed themselves beheading 21 captured Egyptian Christians on a similar beach, which immediately drew Egyptian airstrikes on the group's suspected positions in Libya.
Whether Ethiopia would - or could - respond with similar military force remains unclear.
Islamic State has been able to gain a foothold amid chaos in Libya, where two governments backed by rival alliances of militias are battling each other as well as extremist groups.
The group is also advancing in Iraq, where it has captured three villages near the city of Ramadi.
It comes just two months after the extremist group in Libya beheaded 21 captured Egyptian Christians on a beach (above)
Islamic State fighters, pictured carrying flags and dressed in black, have been able to gain a foothold amid the chaos in Libya
More than 90,000 people have fled the ISIS's advance in Anbar, a United Nations humanitarian agency said earlier this morning.
The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in a statement that civilians are fleeing Ramadi as well as the three nearby villages captured by the IS group a few days ago.
Lise Grande, the UN humanitarian coordinator for Iraq, said: 'Our top priority is delivering life-saving assistance to people who are fleeing - food, water and shelter are highest on the list of priorities.'
Iraqi officials in Anbar have described Ramadi as a ghost town, with empty streets and closed shops.
Iraqi troops backed by Shiite militias and U.S.-led airstrikes managed to dislodge ISIS, which controls large parts of Iraq and Syria and wants to redraw the map of the Middle East, from the northern city of Tikrit earlier this month.
But the troops have struggled against the militants in Anbar, which saw some of the heaviest fighting of the eight-year U.S. military intervention that ended in 2011.