More lunacy from the ‘Religion of Peace’

More lunacy from the ‘Religion of Peace’

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) destroys Iraqi shrines and orders the mutilation of women

FOLLOWING the destruction yesterday of shrines in the northern city of Mosul of two so-called prophets – Jonah (he who swallowed a whale, or whatever) and Daniel (of the lions’ den myth) – it is reported today that ISIS will likely implement a fatwa forcing all females in Mosul aged between 11 and 46 to undergo genital mutilation (FGM).

William Warda, head of media relations at Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, said:

We’re sure ISIS will follow through with what they’ve announced.

Women working for ISIS may be used to check whether or not females are genitally mutilated, said Warda, a leading member of the Assyrian Democratic Movement.

ISIS has women, who have their faces veiled, carrying weapons to intimidate families.

Asked if these women were Iraqi, he said:

Their accents were particularly from Mosul itself. These women were either lured to work with ISIS or were forced.

Women in Mosul are scared to leave their homes, Warda added.

Jacqueline Badcock, the number two UN officials in Iraq, told reporters that the ISIS order would potentially affect four million women and girls.

This is something very new for Iraq, particularly in this area, and is of grave concern and does need to be addressed. This is not the will of Iraqi people, or the women of Iraq in these vulnerable areas covered by the terrorists.

Meanwhile a security source, who kept his identity anonymous, revealed that:

ISIS militants have destroyed the Prophet Younis (Jonah) shrine east of Mosul city after they seized control of the mosque completely.

The militants closed all of the mosque doors and prevented worshippers from entering to pray.

A witness who did not wish to give his name said that ISIS militants:

First stopped people from praying in it, they fixed explosive charges around and inside it and then blew it up in front of a large gathering of people.

An endowment official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, and Mosul residents, said it took the Sunni extremists an hour to rig the shrine with explosives.

The endowment official said the Islamic State jihadist group that overran large swathes of northern and western Iraq last month have now destroyed or damaged 30 shrines, as well as 15 husseiniyas and mosques in and around Mosul.

But the worst destruction was of Nabi Yunus (Jonah), which has been turned to dust.

Meanwhile, a local Mosul official, Zuhair al-Chalabi said that the “Prophet” Daniel’s tomb was also destroyed. While Daniel is considered to be a prophet by Muslims, he is not mentioned in the Koran.

ISIS implanted explosives around Prophet Daniel’s tomb in Mosul and blasted it, leading to its destruction.

Chalabi added:

Mosul is living in an extremely hard and horrible situation.

Hat tip: Antony Niall


11 responses to “More lunacy from the ‘Religion of Peace’”

  1. Stephen Mynett says:

    What a difference a couple of letters can make. Warda, someone who cares, Warsi, someone who spouts religionist garbage and is not to be seen when she cannot defend the disgusting things done in the name of the religions she supports.

    Sorry to mention this in a flippant way but while the likes of Warsi and co are given government places what chance do we have of combating the atrocities done in the name of religion.

  2. TrickyDicky says:

    Better the devil …………………

    Out of the frying ……………………

    This sort of thing never happened when that nice Mr Hussain ran the country.

  3. Adam Tjaavk says:

    Understanding Islam

    In the Name of Allah

    Why terrorists do what they do
    …in their own words

    – – –

    A country where liberal journalists risk death

    The life of a liberal journalist in Pakistan is not
    an easy one. Write about someone fighting a blasphemy
    case, or someone whose faith is considered heresy, and
    you may very soon find yourself in deep trouble.


  4. barriejohn says:

    Doubt has been cast on the FGM edict:

  5. barriejohn says:

    I was reading this the other day and it is very informative:

    So has Isis learned from the mistakes of its antecedents?

    Ask some of the residents of Raqqa in north-east Syria, where Isis has been in control since May 2013, and they would say “no”.

    Stories abound of harsh punishments imposed for the slightest of offences, women being confined to the home, public crucifixions, kidnappings and extortionate levies imposed on businesses.

    Once again, al-Qaeda’s much diminished leadership scolded Isis or its excesses, and in February they formally disowned the whole organisation…

    “Isis can only rule depending on brute violence or the threat of using it.”

  6. Neutral Axis says:

    I know it is a rather extreme thought but does anyone else have the fleeting notion that we should just nuke the whole lot of these appalling primitives off the face of the earth before they set off the next global conflict. They have set their faces to precipitating Armageddon. Well I say give them what they crave,ahead of time, and move them closer to their god now.

  7. L.Long says:

    Yes islame is shitty religion but it is shitty because it reflects the shitty Ahole attitudes of the people that form the religion. Saying they are (insert dogma) is like the word ‘terrorist’ and I really REALLY hate that word. By using the ‘terrorist’ word you are giving credibility to a rotting piece of schite killer. And saying well is some islamic is giving the murdering Aholes a form a credibility. They are all just Ahole killers who warp everything to evil. Admittedly the (insert dogma) help them to be empowered and justify their woman hating brutal bigoted behavior.

  8. Robster says:

    The way they’re going, Islame (LOL) will soon be the religion of nothing as they seem keen to delete each other. Those silly Sunni’s with bombs will take care of the slightly less silly Shias. Keep up the good work kids, can you hasten things a bit?

  9. barriejohn says:

    Neutral Axis: No, I most emphatically do NOT think that. According to one report that I was reading recently, 100% of the population are opposed to ISIS, but would YOU say anything if fingers are being cut off just for the “crime” of smoking? (Read the BBC report above.) I don’t know whether you have seen these photos of Afghanistan in the 1960s, as I have posted them here before (I know – different region but same problems), but look at them and weep. There’s no easy solution, but mass bombing is not the answer!

  10. Matt Westwood says:

    @Neutral Axis / barriejohn: Unfortunately the thought did flit through my mind — I banished it immediately.

    My only hope is that they will tear themselves apart with internal squabbling, like all sects of Islam do sooner or later. Till then the are is to be ruled with the morality of nasty little boys, while older wiser heads keep as cool and calm as they can and make whatever intelligent rational decisions they can (whatever they may be).

    The good news is that (according to this link, don’t know how current it is but it seems recent) ISIS have no allies:

  11. Newspaniard says:

    We can’t use nuclear weapons against these countries, it would make the extraction of oil a little dangerous with all that nasty fallout stuff. HOWEVER, if I were a government serving a western nation, I would certainly be dusting off the plans for neutron bomb shells in preparation for the coming uprising/invasion from the islamists currently living in our countries or who are on boats/aircraft on the way.