The obsession with beheadings is so beyond barbaric but the ISIS fighters seem to think this is something to show off. When ISIS  took Raqqa they posted photos of several heads stuck on fence posts (below). You might ask why we should even care about what’s happening in the Middle East. ISIS fighters are fighting to rid the world of “infidels”. This means YOU and me and anyone who is a “nonbeliever”. You might argue that there are muslims that aren’t like this. I would say that those “peaceful” muslims sure have been silent and have done nothing to stop the slaughter of “nonbelievers” around the world. Silence is consent…Shameful!

Raqqass Raqqas

What’s even more disturbing is the photos all show children being exposed to this horrific scene and even participating. These “cubs of the caliphate” will all grow up to be heartless killers just like their elders. After all, you are what you know…

The Islamic State social networking site has a photo showing a child holding a severed head amid a gathering of other children, which was tweeted and went viral with an attached phrase that said “This is how the cubs of the Caliphate are raised up”, boasting of this heinous act.


It should be noted that it is not the first time that such boast is made in which the heads of victims are being carried by children. An Australian Muslim child held in his hand the heads of severed Syrian troops (BELOW).


The head of the Shariah judge of the General brigades “Hawks of Sham,” had been carried by children after the ISIS killed him.


This image comes after the disclosure that the children are being trained to kill in the name of religion, in the framework of the preparation of the Islamic state raising a generation of fighters to rid the world of “infidels”.

Via: Faith Freedom

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