Posts Tagged ‘Homicide Bombers’
We’ve reported on the selling of children for Jihad before- but this latest Wikileaks cable adds much substance to suspicions as to where the money comes from:
Donors in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are estimated to have been sending up to $100 million annually to radical Islamic schools in Pakistan that back extremist groups, according to a leaked US diplomatic cable.
The cable alleged that financial aid for a “sophisticated jihadi recruitment network” was coming from “missionary” and “Islamic charitable” organisations in the Gulf, ostensibly with the direct support of the Saudi and UAE governments. Read the rest of this entry »
Another ‘Wrong Kind of Muslim’ massacre from Pakistan – naturally. But this time, with an especially generous helping of Islamic depravity:
They don’t call it extremism for nothing.
A teenage Pakistani suicide bomber who failed to blow up pilgrims at a shrine in Pakistan stunned his captors when he made clear how desperate he was to die for his cause.
“Let me go, I want to be a martyr,” 14-year-old Fida Hussain screamed as policemen led him away. “I want to send all you policemen to hell.” Read the rest of this entry »
Laudable display of moral clarity and common sense from the British/Canadian talkshow host. Enjoy. [H/t - Sheikh Yermami]
On this morning in 2001, 2,974 innocent people were killed by 19 Islamic terrorists: 246 were passengers on the aircraft that were hijacked for the operation. 2,603 died in the towers and on the ground, and 125 at the Pentagon.
200 people were estimated to have jumped or fallen from the towers.
6,294 were treated for injuries sustained as a direct result of the attacks by local hospitals. 411 emergency workers who attended the scene died attempting to rescue people and fight fires. Read the rest of this entry »
How low can they go? Lower than you could ever dream:
A 10-year-old Iraqi boy allegedly recruited by al-Qaeda was about to blow himself in a suicide attack on Wednesday just east of Fallujah when police spotted and arrested him, a senior officer said.
The incident occurred near a police checkpoint in Amariyat Al-Fallujah, a village 15km east of the former Sunni rebel bastion of Fallujah and due west of Baghdad, said Captain Anas al-Issawi.
“The 10-year-old boy had been used by al-Qaeda in the past to place bombs,” Issawi said, adding that the child disappeared from his family home in Amariyat Al-Fallujah four days ago. Read the rest of this entry »