‘That’s my boy!': Shocking photograph of a SEVEN-YEAR-OLD boy brandishing the head of a Syrian soldier – and his jihadist father who took it
It’s been said again and again: Islam is a religion of death and violence, as much as liberals try to insist that it’s actually peaceful and beautiful. There has been international shock and outrage after a photo surfaced of a young boy holding up the head of a Syrian soldier beheaded by jihadists.
The uncle of a young boy who was photographed gripping the severed head of a slain Syrian soldier says Australia should ‘forget’ the image which has caused outrage.
‘He’s gone, forget about it. He’s forgotten about youse. I’m sure you’ve seen much worse than that,’ Mostafa Sharrouf told the Sydney Morning Herald on Monday.
Khaled Sharrouf’s son, believed to be aged seven, used both hands to hoist the decapitated head up as he posed for a chilling photo.
His proud father, one of Australia’s most-wanted terrorists and a suspected war criminal, posted the photo to Twitter on August 8 with the caption: ‘Thats my boy!’.
… The extremely graphic photo – seen on Twitter by Daily Mail Australia – is believed to have been taken in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa, according to The Australian.
With an uncomfortable expression on his face and clearly struggling to grip the head in his hands, the boy stands posing in front of a fence that featured the severed heads of apparent enemies of ISIL (also known as ISIS).
Dressed in an innocent blue t-shirt, checkered shorts, sandals and a cap – the youngster looks more as if he’s dressed for a holiday tour than a warzone.
This should serve as a lesson for all of the idiots who still have blinders on when it comes to these Islamic terrorists. These are not people that can be reasoned or negotiated with — they are animals who will force their children to be indoctrinated into this cult of bloodlust and violence, and that’s if they’re lucky. Plenty of these barbarians are more than happy to use their children as suicide bombers and human shields, and there is no reason, ever, to defend people that vile.
Yesterday, we learned that the Washington Post editorial board put the blame where it belongs: on the terrorist group Hamas.
Terrorists aren’t often accused of being particularly bright. And that dimness is on full display as a group of ISIS
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