Fighters and lovers i Syrien (eller mere muslimsk grusomhed)

Jihad, Multikultur, islam — Drokles on October 6, 2012 at 11:16 pm

The Long War Journal skriver om syriske oprøreres summariske henrettelser af deres modstandere

The Al Nusrah Front for the People of the Levant, an al Qaeda-linked jihadist group that is fighting Bashir al Assad’s regime in Syria, has released two photographs of the execution of Syrian soldiers reportedly captured in Aleppo [one of the photographs is reproduced above]. The soldiers were “from the Hanano barracks” according to the statement that was released by the group. The short statement was released on Sept. 3 and translated by the SITE Intelligence Group on Oct. 3.

The photos of the execution are eerily similar to video footage of al Qaeda in Iraq’s execution of Iraqi policemen in Haditha in March 2012.

For The Long War Journal bærer det ligheder med Al Qaeda’s massakre på 27 politifolk i den irakiske by Haditha. En massakre som Al Qaeda var så stolt over at de endda optog en lille film, som er ganske interessant at se for alle os,, som interesserer os for fremmede kulturer

Og inden man begynder at tro at det hele er ad helvede til i Syrien så laver islamister andet end krig ifølge Pajamas Media

According to reports coming from Idlib and Aleppo obtained by sources in the Syrian opposition, clashes between Islamist militant groups have become more frequent as they compete for power and influence, each one asserting that their religious interpretation is the only true path.

There also appears to be a cultural clash between non-Arab Muslims from Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Balkans and Chechnya on the one hand, and Arabs from Syria, Libya, Tunisia and Jordan on the other, over the exploitation of sex slaves.

Some Islamists consider these women to be spoils of war, especially the wives and daughters of regime supporters, but local fighters are more apprehensive about the issue. Dozens of women have reportedly been sexually assaulted.

Ja, der gælder alle kneb.

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