It’s good that YouTube took it down, but it only did so under pressure, and in any case its record is hardly spotless — it isn’t called DhimmiTube and JihadTube for nothing. And what about this “American-based extremist”? Is anyone watching him at all?
“Islamic extremist taunts British servicemen with web video of U.S. soldier’s death,” from the DailyMail (thanks to Twostellas):
A Muslim fanatic sent out a despicable and violent taunt to serving British soldiers when he emailed a video of a U.S. gunner being shot and killed in Iraq.
The clip has even been posted on the internet and is accompanied with Arabic chanting as the soldier is slaughtered in Baghdad.
The American-based extremist made the 86-second video, complete with disturbing captions, which showed the soldier’s painful death five times and once in slow motion.
As YouTube viewers and horrified servicemen watched the graphic film a caption at the bottom of the screen read: “Sniping of an American wild fat donkey.”
The terrorist sympathiser, going by the name of “jihad4life4eva2”, sent the message through the Forces Reunited soldier’s network.
At least 14 serving British soldiers received fundamentalist’s terrifying video message.
Soldiers have also reacted angrily after discovering that the jihad supporter had been allowed to have his own page on the internet site YouTube, which contained 15 other clips.
The website bosses reportedly refused to remove the fanatic’s films, but after mounting pressure, it was finally taken off the site.