"The Americans love Pepsi Cola, we love death." That statement was made several years ago by an Afghan mujahid. But the love of death is shared by all the mujahedin, as evidenced by this horrific account of an Iraqi death squad at work: "Part of me died when I saw this cruel killing," from the TimesOnline, with thanks to all who sent this in.
A large man dressed in military fatigues, boots and cap approaches from behind and covers her mouth with his left hand. In his right hand, he clutches a large knife with a black handle and an 8in blade. He proceeds to cut her throat from the middle, slicing from side to side.
Her cries — “Ah, ah, ah” — can be heard above the “Allahu akbar” (God is greatest) intoned by the holder of the mobile phone.
The rest is even worse.
Anyone who thinks that God's greatness is established by such acts of barbaric cruelty must be resisted at all costs. Yet those who hold to the same ideology, and who think that God Himself will grant Paradise to those who "kill and are killed" for Him (Qur'an 9:111), are streaming into Western countries, by the design and forethought of Western leaders, with no attempt whatsoever made to determine whether or not they approve of such slaughters and the ideology that motivates them.
This is insane.
UPDATE: Rusty says the video is not of the killing of Atwar Bahjat, although it does depict a jihad murder.