On Sunday morning the world woke up to the shock and horrifying bomb attack by ISIS savages in Baghdad that left more than 140 people dead and countless injured.
While Baghdad was still in mourning as a Nation, another terror group attacked Bangladesh and took people hostage in a restaurant. The news reported that they then started hacking some of these people to death with sharp objects.
Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina issued a statement following the murder of twenty people, mostly foreign nationals, at the hands of Islamic State-affiliated jihadis Friday insisting that “Islam is a religion of peace” and jihadists are “tarnishing” the faith.
“Islam is a religion of peace. Stop killing in the name of the religion,” Hasina said in a televised message following the culmination of a ten-hour siege of a bakery popular with foreign nationals in the nation’s capital, Dhaka. “Please stop tarnishing our noble religion … I implore you to come back to the rightful path and uphold the pride of Islam,” she asserted. Hasina announced two official days of mourning following the attack, and appeared to address not only the Dhaka siege but a string of hacking murders nationwide targeting LGBT writers, secular thinkers, and those publicly critical of Islam. breitbart.com
While we might think these are attacks outside, back home in Syria, the situation is even more gruesome. Having taken over several regions that they control, they now impose their sharia to the people of these regions.
Harrowing pictures have emerged showing a second obese executioner beheading a man for ‘mocking Islam’ in front of children in the ISIS’ stronghold of Raqqa.
The horrifying images emerged at the same time as the increasingly-besieged terror group shared pictures of its ‘softer side’ – showing militants handing out advice on giving to charity during Ramadan.
And it is not the only vile ‘execution’ to happen in recent days: another series shows a man’s head sawn off with a knife. His supposed crime was ‘pledging allegiance to the infidels’.
The pictures from the Raqqa murder shows a man sitting on a chair in a town square, surrounded by a crowd of men and boys, some who appear to be little older than seven or eight.
The bespectacled executioner – who bares more than a passing resemblance to The Bulldozer, the obese killer captured by the Syrian army last month – is seen wielding the massive weapon, apparently taking off the man’s head in one sweep.
In one picture, members of the crowd seem to be smiling as the medieval punishment is carried out.
The pictures appear to have been circulated as the extremist group struggles to hold onto Manbij, currently encircled by the Syrian Democratic Forces, a Kurdish-dominated group aided by U.S. special forces that also includes Arab fighters.
ISIS have already been driven out of Fallujah, which had been their biggest base in Iraq.
Should it lose Manbij, it will lose one of its most crucial supply routes to Raqqa – dealing the evil extremists a double blow. dailymail.co.uk
For the violence of Islam to end, Rome must be consulted. We can not fight a disease without researching how it started. Islam is a creation of Rome. This confession by a Jesuit priest should in the least open your eyes.
Jerusalem was surrounded by Rome and the attack happened slowly over a period of Months stretching from May to August of 70AD. en.wikipedia.org
“If thou hadst known, even thou, at least in this thy day, the things which belong unto thy peace! but now they are hid from thine eyes. For the days shall come upon thee, that thine enemies shall cast a trench about thee, and compass thee round, and keep thee in on every side, and shall lay thee even with the ground, and thy children within thee; and they shall not leave in thee one stone upon another; because thou knewest not the time of thy visitation.” Luke 19:42-44.
All the predictions given by Christ concerning the destruction of Jerusalem were fulfilled to the letter. The Jews experienced the truth of His words of warning: “With what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.” Matthew 7:2.
Signs and wonders appeared, foreboding disaster and doom. In the midst of the night an unnatural light shone over the temple and the altar. Upon the clouds at sunset were pictured chariots and men of war gathering for battle. The priests ministering by night in the sanctuary were terrified by mysterious sounds; the earth trembled, and a multitude of voices were heard crying: “Let us depart hence.” The great eastern gate, which was so heavy that it could hardly be shut by a score of men, and which was secured by 30 immense bars of iron fastened deep in the pavement of solid stone, opened at midnight, without visible agency.–Milman, The History of the Jews, book 13.
Not one Christian perished in the destruction of Jerusalem. Christ had given His disciples warning, and all who believed His words watched for the promised sign. “When ye shall see Jerusalem compassed with armies,” said Jesus, “then know that the desolation thereof is nigh. Then let them which are in Judea flee to the mountains; and let them which are in the midst of it depart out.” Luke 21:20, 21. The Destruction of Jerusalem, The Great Controversy Ellen G White pg 31