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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Resident Evil Ramallah

WARNING: The link and suggested Google search in this post contain graphic descriptions/depictions of violence and gore.

If you ever need additional proof of the bloodlust and sub-human genocidal berserker mindset that possesses militant Islam's finest, or to understand just why Israel invests so much money in its military, have a look-see at this Israel National News article from 2004 describing- in explicit detail- some of the worst (and it's hard to choose) terror attacks to taint Israeli soil- and the history of humankind.

The most stomach-churning example of Islamic terrorism in the article concerns an incident in 2000, shortly after Mohammad al-Durah was "killed" and drove the Islamic world into a frothing frenzy. A pair of lost IDF soldiers were unfortunate enough to wind up in Ramallah. I've heard about how a crowd of Palestinians chased them into a building and eventually killed them. I've even heard the words "brutal" and "graphic" used in describing how they were killed.

What I did not hear- and a quick Google search of "Palestinian entrails israeli ramallah" will attest to this (for those with especially strong stomachs, try an Image search)- was the horrifying and cannibalistic way in which these so-called people murdered the soldiers. Throw in the bit about one of the murderers/cannibals answering one of the IDF soldiers' phone with "We are killing your husband" and you not only have a morally despicable crowd but a bunch of viciously sadistic assholes, too.

Did you do the Google search? See why I didn't post the picture here? And these weren't even militants. Just Muslim civlians.

Islam means peace, folks. Pieces and pieces of folks, as Ramallah 2000 has shown us.

2 comments:

Brighton Early said...

It all makes sense now... Palestinians are zombies!

Sorry, I just had to comment that above statement, but honestly, how violent and primitive those acts were.

Tinct said...

You've just inspired a new name for this post. Thank you.