A Syrian man who was openly Christian was captured by the extremists who forced him to convert to Islam before beheading him. Since 2011, the people like the ones carrying out the beheading have been armed and financed by the western governments using yours and my taxes, and trained by mercenaries whom the sheeple thank for their service.
It is astonishing that to this day, the likes of Barack Kenyan Obama bullshit the public with rhetoric about atrocities of secular president Bashar al-Assad, while openly supporting extremists who don’t share equal values. It truly explains a lot when you realize that despite wielding billions of dollars, owning the finest military equipment, having slaughtered tens of thousands without second thought, the jihadists have not fired a single shot at Israel. Not even while fighting near the Israeli border.
It was the same with Al-Qaeda who we’re told was so skilled, they were able to carry out a terrorist attack that killed thousands of Americans on the American soil. Yet… despite having had the apparent capability to attack America, Al Qaeda has never ever, not once, made a move against Israel. If connecting these dots does not paint a clear picture for you, nothing will.
An Arabic friend told me that in the video, the jihadists say that they would not shoot the man, because shooting him would be too merciful for someone whose sin was that he did not pray to Allah. I wonder if he thought that proclaiming his Islamic faith was gonna save him. Strangely, his arms were not tied behind his back, yet he made no attempt to struggle during the beheading.
Best Gore member 45109088 provided the following correction about the video:
I can understand Arabic and person beheaded on video is member of Alawi sect. On video you can hear that they are saying that he is “nusajri” witch is another term used by Sunnis for Alawis. Alawis are sect in Islam (president of Syria is a member of Alawi sect). Term for Christians in Arabic is “nasara” or “mesihi”. Words nusajri and nasara are similar, first means Alawi and second Christian, so possibly someone misunderstand that very important fact.