Expect CAIR to denounce this. And don't tell me, "Well, CAIR is an American group, you see, so you can't expect them to denounce atrocities committed outside America." That might have held water before they denounced the ban on headscarves in Tunisia, but it doesn't anymore. If they can denounce that, they can denounce this.
Islamic Tolerance Alert from AINA, :
(AINA) -- According to the Assyrian website ankawa.com, a 14 year old Christian Assyrian boy, Ayad Tariq, from Baqouba, Iraq was decapitated at his work place on October 21.
Ayad Tariq was working his 12 hour shift, maintaining an electric generator, when a group of disguised Muslim insurgents walked in at the beginning of his shift shortly after 6 a.m. and asked him for his ID.
According to another employee who witnessed the events, and who hid when he saw the insurgents approach, the insurgents questioned Ayad after seeing that his ID stated "Christian", asking if he was truly a "Christian sinner." Ayad replied "yes, I am Christian but I am not a sinner." The insurgents quickly said this is a "dirty Christian sinner!" Then they proceeded to each hold one limb, shouting "Allahu akbar! Allahu akbar!" while beheading the boy.
Good thing they weren't dirty sinners themselves, eh? And of course, they aren't, not even after they committed this cold-blooded murder. They aren't, that is, according to the Sharia stipulations that a Christian's life is forfeit if he violates the terms of his dhimma -- which they might have thought Ayad Tariq somehow did, perhaps simply by virtue of sharing the religion of the majority of the population of the Great Satan, the invaders of Iraq.
In any case, Islamic law sets a lighter punishment for the killing of a Christian than it does for the killing of a Muslim. The Iranian Sufi Sheikh Tabandeh even defended this in his book-length Islamic critique of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Probably the killers of Ayad Tariq share this view. So it is likely that today they have no fear that they will receive any punishment either on earth or from God.