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A teenage boy has been beheaded by ISIS for simply listening to Western music.
Ayham Hussein, 15, was arrested by militants after allegedly being caught enjoying pop tunes on a portable CD player in the group's Iraqi capital Mosul.
He was dragged before a Islamist kangaroo court which sentenced him death in a public execution.

A spokesman for the Nineveh media centre told ARA News: 'Ayham Hussein was captured by the jihadis while listening to pop music at the grocery store of his father in the Nabi Younis marketplace in western Mosul.'
His body was reportedly handed over to his family on Tuesday.

The execution, believed to be the first for listening to music in the city, has sparked outrage among locals.
The source added: 'There was no formal decision by the sharia court that bans listening to western music.'

ISIS has imposed its own sickening brand of medieval justice across swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria, executing prisoners for so-called 'crimes' such as blasphemy and being homosexual.
In a statement two years ago, the terror group also banned 'music and songs in cars, at parties, in shops and in public, as well as photographs of people in shop windows.'
It added: 'Songs and music are forbidden in Islam as they prevent one from the remembrance of God and the Koran and are a temptation and corruption of the heart.'
Earlier this week, it beheaded a captive in the Syrian stronghold of Raqqa with a three-foot sword.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3452533/ISIS-execute-15-year-old-boy-beheading-caught-listening-western-music-Iraq.html

Bet he was listening to Justin Bieber or Coldplay.


'Songs and music are forbidden in Islam as they prevent one from the remembrance of God and the Koran and are a temptation and corruption of the heart.'


Islam just keeps getting better and better.
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-_- for some reason this doesn't surprise me anymore, I think ISIS needs some more bombs dropped on them. only good ISIS guy is a dead one
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Well they do want to have things really strict... and forgetting some of the rules their fate of ancestors made/created.

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Dude, it's ISIS.
many muslims support or likes what they do.
Even convise some of the youngsters that ISIS are hero's we even got few youg users on CR that thinks so (would not name, names...because of reasons)


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Islam just keeps getting better and better.


Dude, it's ISIS.

They're about as indicative of Islam as Timothy McVeigh is of Christianity.

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If i could wish for one thing it would be to have a death note the whole fucking world would be a better place if i had a death note none of this shit would be happening.
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-_- for some reason this doesn't surprise me anymore, I think ISIS needs some more bombs dropped on them. only good ISIS guy is a dead one

SUCH A FLAWLESS IDEA; HOW IS IT THAT WE NEVER THOUGHT OF THIS BEFORE?
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runec wrote:

Dude, it's ISIS.

They're about as indicative of Islam as Timothy McVeigh is of Christianity.



But the problem is that there is a large portion of the population in Western countries that not only support what ISIS believes in, but have gone or in the process of trying to go join them...including many Americans.

Your analogy doesn't work here because, while there are Americans and other Westerners that have nutsy ideas, they're not forming a huge militia to travel around the world, subjecting those to their beliefs and killing those that won't follow. I don't see large hoards of Christians, Jews or Buddhists committing the same atrocities that ISIS is anywhere in the world.

No one is saying that all those who believe in Islam sympathize with ISIS, but it does concern me that there are so many people who claim to not support those radical views yet don't report those in their community that do. Belgium is a perfect example of this. Everyone who they spoke to about the French bombers said they were behaving strangely, and yet no one came forth and reported then...?

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Well, some news stories get made up, but I wouldn't doubt that a lot of bloodlust is afflicting people in that region. If they did kill a boy, it's because they wanted to kill. Weird excuses are made up after the fact.
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Well, some news stories get made up, but I wouldn't doubt that a lot of bloodlust is afflicting people in that region. If they did kill a boy, it's because they wanted to kill. Weird excuses are made up after the fact.


This sounds the most sensible.. I agree.
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But the problem is that there is a large portion of the population in Western countries that not only support what ISIS believes in, but have gone or in the process of trying to go join them...including many Americans.

Your analogy doesn't work here because, while there are Americans and other Westerners that have nutsy ideas, they're not forming a huge militia to travel around the world, subjecting those to their beliefs and killing those that won't follow. I don't see large hoards of Christians, Jews or Buddhists committing the same atrocities that ISIS is anywhere in the world.

No one is saying that all those who believe in Islam sympathize with ISIS, but it does concern me that there are so many people who claim to not support those radical views yet don't report those in their community that do. Belgium is a perfect example of this. Everyone who they spoke to about the French bombers said they were behaving strangely, and yet no one came forth and reported then...?



World history is full of violence in the name of religion including Christianity especially during the history of the Americas and the Caribbean.
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But the problem is that there is a large portion of the population in Western countries that not only support what ISIS believes in, but have gone or in the process of trying to go join them...including many Americans.

Your analogy doesn't work here because, while there are Americans and other Westerners that have nutsy ideas, they're not forming a huge militia to travel around the world, subjecting those to their beliefs and killing those that won't follow. I don't see large hoards of Christians, Jews or Buddhists committing the same atrocities that ISIS is anywhere in the world.

No one is saying that all those who believe in Islam sympathize with ISIS, but it does concern me that there are so many people who claim to not support those radical views yet don't report those in their community that do. Belgium is a perfect example of this. Everyone who they spoke to about the French bombers said they were behaving strangely, and yet no one came forth and reported then...?



You mean like those militia nuts in the US and the KKK? They were doing the same things ISIS was doing at some point in US history and would still be doing it if things hadn't changed for the better.

As for the middle-eastern community at large you should look into what they do to ISIS sympathizers in Saudi Arabia to see how many of them feel about ISIS. They hate them more than you can imagine.
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So ISIS continue to be assholes... Sounds about right.

Also, I'd like if you didn't treat Isis as representatives of Islam. It's the same logic as saying the Westboro Baptist Church are good examples of the average Christian.
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longdanzi103 wrote:

-_- for some reason this doesn't surprise me anymore, I think ISIS needs some more bombs dropped on them. only good ISIS guy is a dead one

SUCH A FLAWLESS IDEA; HOW IS IT THAT WE NEVER THOUGHT OF THIS BEFORE?

except dumbass America always announces when we are going to bomb, or go to iran to inspect their bombs or see if they are making any
how about we just fucking bomb them WITHOUT ANNOUNCING IT. ffs that way they cant flee and hide before hand
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vinny2857 wrote:
As for the middle-eastern community at large you should look into what they do to ISIS sympathizers in Saudi Arabia to see how many of them feel about ISIS. They hate them more than you can imagine.
I would think they are a bit harsh on anything.
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You mean like those militia nuts in the US and the KKK?

none of that is similar to IS.. even though some of them can be as crazy, but what they value.
but then agian there is many religious and such in either kkk or militia groupes.
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runec wrote:

Dude, it's ISIS.

They're about as indicative of Islam as Timothy McVeigh is of Christianity.





Your analogy doesn't work here because, while there are Americans and other Westerners that have nutsy ideas, they're not forming a huge militia to travel around the world, subjecting those to their beliefs and killing those that won't follow. I don't see large hoards of Christians, Jews or Buddhists committing the same atrocities that ISIS is anywhere in the world.



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