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Sunday, 16 October 2011
Ken Bigley beheading video 'found' in defendant's home

From the BBC

A Birmingham bookseller accused of "priming people for terrorism" had video footage of British hostage Ken Bigley being beheaded, a jury was told. Ahmed Faraz has been charged with 30 counts of possessing and distributing extremist material intended to radicalise Muslims around the world.

Footage of 81 beheadings were found in premises linked to the Sparkhill resident, the prosecution said.

The 32-year-old Islamic studies graduate denies the charges.

Prosecutor Max Hill QC said the DVDs and media files depicted "the murders by beheading of a number of individuals, including the British citizen Ken Bigley, who some will remember". Who MANY will remember.

The 12 jurors were then shown an excerpt of the film,

Posted on 10/16/2011 3:20 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
16 Oct 2011
Christina McIntosh

 Eighty-one beheadings?


I wonder how many of those who frequent the bookshop have watched all 81, over and over and over?

Muslim snuff movies.

Can somebody tell me how Islam differs from, say, the thuggee cult, or the Aztec system?

Ritualistic, gory torture-murder of human beings: contemplated, chanted over, gloated over; actively practised.

Human acrifice.

And when there are no dhimmis or vulnerable non-Muslim neighbours handy to seize and feed to the blood-hungry 'allah', then there is always that sister, daughter, cousin, wife or niece or girl down the street who can be selected as Lawful Prey, sentenced to death in the court of fervid misogynist imagination and/ or the sovereign court of village/ clan gossip, and ritually 'offed' in an 'honor' murder.

16 Oct 2011
Alan R

Revising the profiles of Islamic jihadists in Britain?:

"The middle-class terrorists: More than 60pc of suspects are well educated and from comfortable backgrounds, says secret M15 file"

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