It’s that Religion of Pus again… I mean Piss. I mean… fuck that!
There is a fake story about these photos circulating the interweb claiming that the girls were state beheaded after being caught masturbating one another. It may sound believable given that Indonesia is a hard core Islamic country so extremism is to be expected… whereas common sense not, but they were not executed for lesbian pussy play. They were plain and simple beheaded by Muslim fundamentalists for being Christians.
Four girls in total were attacked – three were beheaded, one escaped and survived but with deep facial wounds. They were on their way to school through a cocoa plantation when they were ambushed by a group of Islamic fundamentalists known as Jemaah Islamiyah. The girls were not Muslims, but Christians which in their minds justified the attack. It happened on October 29, 2005 in the Gebang Rejo area, Poso region, island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
15 year old Theresia Morangke, 17 year old Alfita Poliwo and 17 year old Yarni Sambue were decapitated. Their friend – 15 year old Noviana Malewa managed to escape the attack putting the fact that she was young and agile to her advantage, even though she was against a group of six masked men armed with machetes.
The attackers left one of the girls’ heads outside a Christian church to show them Christians that Muslims mean business. The other two heads were left near a police station. A note was left with the heads that stated:
Wanted: 100 more heads, teenaged or adult, male or female; blood shall be answered with blood, soul with soul, head with head.
Three of the attackers, including Slamet Raharjo aka Hassanudin – leader of the group were later caught and sentenced to 19, 14 and 10 years in prison. Throughout trial they made sure everyone is aware that they were proud of this murder because it was their contribution to Muslim faith. Another man suspected of being involved in the beheadings – 38 year old Enal Tao was killed during an anti terrorist operation in Aceh, Indonesia.
Islam really has a unique way to spread the message of peace: