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ISIS has done what no one else has by uniting the Middle East into one. From Clerics to politicians to the People, ISIS has super charged the entire region into calling for extreme vengeance against them when they imposed an ultimate death by fire sentence of a fellow Muslim. As you read below you'll see people calling for the killing of ISIS fighters' families which is extreme for them to do so because it's not the average person's thinking there in the 21st century no matter what you're being told by our media outlets. This tells us the people have had enough of extremists and brutality under the name of islamic fundamentalist organizations like ISIS, the Muslim Brotherhood and others. We're witnessing the beginning of the end of the old and a new wave sweeping through the region. It's a process not an event but a normal recourse after the Arab Spring of freedom seeking.

 

 

http://news.yahoo.com/leader-egypt-religious-institution-enraged-killing-090829436.html

 

CAIRO (AP) — The horrific fate of a captured Jordanian pilot, burned to death by the Islamic State group, unleashed a wave of grief and rage on Wednesday across the Middle East, a region long riven by upheavals and violence. Political and religious leaders united in outrage and condemnation, saying the slaying of the airman goes against Islam's teachings.

The gruesome militant video of the last moments in the life of 26-year-old Lt. Muath Al-Kaseasbeh, whose F-16 crashed in Syria in December during a U.S.-led coalition raid on the extremist group, crossed a line — beyond the beheadings of Western hostages at the hands of Islamic State extremists.

From the world's most prestigious seat of Sunni Islam learning, Cairo's Al-Azhar Mosque, Grand Imam Ahmed al-Tayeb said the IS militants deserve the Quranic punishment of death, crucifixion or the chopping off of their arms for being enemies of God and the Prophet Muhammad.

"Islam prohibits the taking of an innocent life," al-Tayeb said. By burning the pilot to death, he added, the militants violated Islam's prohibition on the immolation or mutilation of bodies — even during wartime.

Under many Mideast legal systems, capital punishment is usually carried out by hanging. In Iran and Pakistan, stoning to death as punishment for adultery exists in the penal code but is rarely used. Beheadings are routinely carried out in Saudi Arabia, and Gaza's militant Hamas rulers have on occasion publicly shot to death Palestinians suspected of spying for Israel.

But burning to death as a punishment proscribed by an Islamic court — such as the self-styled tribunals set up by the Islamic State militants in areas under their control — is unheard of in the contemporary Middle East. The IS extremists captured a third of both Iraq and Syria in a blitz last year, proclaimed their caliphate and imposed their harsh interpretation of Islamic law.

But burning to death as a punishment proscribed by an Islamic court — such as the self-styled tribunals set up by the Islamic State militants in areas under their control — is unheard of in the contemporary Middle East. The IS extremists captured a third of both Iraq and Syria in a blitz last year, proclaimed their caliphate and imposed their harsh interpretation of Islamic law.

In Saudi Arabia, prominent cleric Sheik Salman al-Oudah cited on Wednesday a saying attributed to the Prophet Muhammad, which reserves for God alone the right to punish by fire.

A screengrab from an ISIS video reporting to show Jordanian Pilot Muath al-Kasasba prior to being bu …

In Qatar, cleric Youssef al-Qaradawi — respected by the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists — issued a five-page statement listing Quranic verses and sayings, also attributed to the prophet and telling Muslims to not mistreat prisoners of war.

But al-Qaradawi tempered his admonishment of the immolation death of the Jordanian pilot by criticizing the international community's "laxity" toward Syrian President Bashar Assad, saying such an attitude "created these extremist groups and provided them with a fertile environment."

In Algeria, cleric El-Hadi Shalaby noted that the majority of Islamic State group's victims have been Muslims, both Sunnis and Shiites.

"What hurts me as a Muslim is that they (IS militants) do all this in the name of Islam," he said. "The Muslim faith is utterly foreign to these practices."

However, some sought to justify the Islamic State's killing of the pilot.

Hussein Bin Mahmoud, an Islamic State-linked theologian, claimed on one of the group's social media forums that two of the Prophet Muhammad's revered successors ordered punishment by fire for renegades shortly after the Prophet's death. Al-Azhar has long disputed this claim.

Supporters and family members of Jordanian pilot, Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh express their anger of his …

Bin Mahmoud also cited a Quranic verse that requires Muslims to punish their enemies in kind. Since U.S.-led airstrikes "burn" Muslims, he argued, the IS group must burn those behind the raids.

But that view has only been embraced by a radical fringe, and mainstream Muslims united in condemnation of the killing on Wednesday.

Iyad Madani, the leader of the 57-nation, Saudi-based Organization of Islamic Cooperation — the world's largest bloc of Muslim countries — said the killing showed total disregard for the rights of prisoners under Islam, as well as what he called the moral standards for war.

There is a "malaise" in parts of the Middle East, along with the "intellectual decay, the political fragmentation and the abuse of Islam, the great religion of mercy," he said.

U.S.-allied Gulf Arab nations issued similar condemnations.

United Arab Emirates' foreign minister, Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, reaffirmed his nation's commitment to fighting terrorism and extremism. "This heinous and obscene act represents a brutal escalation by the terrorist group, whose evil objectives have become apparent," he said.

Supporters and family members of Jordanian pilot, Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh express their anger of his …

The UAE is one of the most visible Arab members in the U.S.-led coalition battling the Islamic State group, which also includes Jordan.

Bahrain, a Gulf state that is home to the U.S. 5th Fleet, denounced the killing as "despicable," and Kuwait's emir, Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, blasted the killing as "criminal" and "vicious."

Qatar's Foreign Ministry also condemned the "criminal act." The tiny but very rich Gulf nation hosts the regional command center coordinating coalition airstrikes.

In predominantly Muslim Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called the killing an act of "savagery," adding that "there is no such thing in our religion."

Iran, which has aided both Iraq and Syria against the IS, said the killing of the pilot was an "inhuman" act that violated the codes of Islam, according to Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham.

Tunisia's Foreign Ministry decried the "cowardly" and "savage" act. The newly elected President Beji Caid Essebsi said the pilot's slaying was an "odious crime" incompatible with the principles of Islam and all other divine laws.

In his native Jordan, the killing of al-Kaseasbeh — who had been the subject of intense negotiations over a possible swap with an al-Qaida prisoner on death row — drew swift retribution.

The prisoner, an Iraqi woman convicted of involvement in a triple hotel bombing in Amman in 2005, was executed along with another al-Qaida prisoner at dawn on Wednesday.

The pan-Arab al-Hayat newspaper denounced the pilot's killing with a one-word headline on the front page: "Barbarity."

"How many ... are there, whose names we are ignorant of, slaughtered by the Islamic State and their brothers?" asked an article in Lebanon's left-leaning daily Assafir.

Jordanian politician Mohammed al-Rousan wept openly on national television as he described watching al-Kaseasbeh's death, saying even people accustomed to violence could not bear to see a man burned alive.

Then, his tears turned to rage.

"Let's use the same methods as them!" he shouted during the interview with Lebanon's al-Mayadeen TV. "Let's kill their children! Let's kill their women!"

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Gator.. that's a lot of reading.. hope I can get to it

 

But I did hear that Jordan kicked some ISIS ass today...

 

 

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/02/05/world/isis-jordan/


"By burning the pilot to death, he added, the militants violated Islam's prohibition on the immolation or mutilation of bodies — even during wartime."

 

Damn.. ISIS is just too nasty for Islam


ISIS has done what no one else has by uniting the Middle East into one. From Clerics to politicians to the People, ISIS has super charged the entire region into calling for extreme vengeance against them when they imposed an ultimate death by fire sentence of a fellow Muslim. As you read below you'll see people calling for the killing of ISIS fighters' families which is extreme for them to do so because it's not the average person's thinking there in the 21st century no matter what you're being told by our media outlets. This tells us the people have had enough of extremists and brutality under the name of islamic fundamentalist organizations like ISIS, the Muslim Brotherhood and others. We're witnessing the beginning of the end of the old and a new wave sweeping through the region. It's a process not an event but a normal recourse after the Arab Spring of freedom seeking.

 

 

http://news.yahoo.com/leader-egypt-religious-institution-enraged-killing-090829436.html

 

CAIRO (AP) — The horrific fate of a captured Jordanian pilot, burned to death by the Islamic State group, unleashed a wave of grief and rage on Wednesday across the Middle East, a region long riven by upheavals and violence. Political and religious leaders united in outrage and condemnation, saying the slaying of the airman goes against Islam's teachings.

The gruesome militant video of the last moments in the life of 26-year-old Lt. Muath Al-Kaseasbeh, whose F-16 crashed in Syria in December during a U.S.-led coalition raid on the extremist group, crossed a line — beyond the beheadings of Western hostages at the hands of Islamic State extremists.

From the world's most prestigious seat of Sunni Islam learning, Cairo's Al-Azhar Mosque, Grand Imam Ahmed al-Tayeb said the IS militants deserve the Quranic punishment of death, crucifixion or the chopping off of their arms for being enemies of God and the Prophet Muhammad.

"Islam prohibits the taking of an innocent life," al-Tayeb said. By burning the pilot to death, he added, the militants violated Islam's prohibition on the immolation or mutilation of bodies — even during wartime.

Under many Mideast legal systems, capital punishment is usually carried out by hanging. In Iran and Pakistan, stoning to death as punishment for adultery exists in the penal code but is rarely used. Beheadings are routinely carried out in Saudi Arabia, and Gaza's militant Hamas rulers have on occasion publicly shot to death Palestinians suspected of spying for Israel.

But burning to death as a punishment proscribed by an Islamic court — such as the self-styled tribunals set up by the Islamic State militants in areas under their control — is unheard of in the contemporary Middle East. The IS extremists captured a third of both Iraq and Syria in a blitz last year, proclaimed their caliphate and imposed their harsh interpretation of Islamic law.

But burning to death as a punishment proscribed by an Islamic court — such as the self-styled tribunals set up by the Islamic State militants in areas under their control — is unheard of in the contemporary Middle East. The IS extremists captured a third of both Iraq and Syria in a blitz last year, proclaimed their caliphate and imposed their harsh interpretation of Islamic law.

In Saudi Arabia, prominent cleric Sheik Salman al-Oudah cited on Wednesday a saying attributed to the Prophet Muhammad, which reserves for God alone the right to punish by fire.

A screengrab from an ISIS video reporting to show Jordanian Pilot Muath al-Kasasba prior to being bu …

In Qatar, cleric Youssef al-Qaradawi — respected by the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists — issued a five-page statement listing Quranic verses and sayings, also attributed to the prophet and telling Muslims to not mistreat prisoners of war.

But al-Qaradawi tempered his admonishment of the immolation death of the Jordanian pilot by criticizing the international community's "laxity" toward Syrian President Bashar Assad, saying such an attitude "created these extremist groups and provided them with a fertile environment."

In Algeria, cleric El-Hadi Shalaby noted that the majority of Islamic State group's victims have been Muslims, both Sunnis and Shiites.

"What hurts me as a Muslim is that they (IS militants) do all this in the name of Islam," he said. "The Muslim faith is utterly foreign to these practices."

However, some sought to justify the Islamic State's killing of the pilot.

Hussein Bin Mahmoud, an Islamic State-linked theologian, claimed on one of the group's social media forums that two of the Prophet Muhammad's revered successors ordered punishment by fire for renegades shortly after the Prophet's death. Al-Azhar has long disputed this claim.

Supporters and family members of Jordanian pilot, Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh express their anger of his …

Bin Mahmoud also cited a Quranic verse that requires Muslims to punish their enemies in kind. Since U.S.-led airstrikes "burn" Muslims, he argued, the IS group must burn those behind the raids.

But that view has only been embraced by a radical fringe, and mainstream Muslims united in condemnation of the killing on Wednesday.

Iyad Madani, the leader of the 57-nation, Saudi-based Organization of Islamic Cooperation — the world's largest bloc of Muslim countries — said the killing showed total disregard for the rights of prisoners under Islam, as well as what he called the moral standards for war.

There is a "malaise" in parts of the Middle East, along with the "intellectual decay, the political fragmentation and the abuse of Islam, the great religion of mercy," he said.

U.S.-allied Gulf Arab nations issued similar condemnations.

United Arab Emirates' foreign minister, Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, reaffirmed his nation's commitment to fighting terrorism and extremism. "This heinous and obscene act represents a brutal escalation by the terrorist group, whose evil objectives have become apparent," he said.

Supporters and family members of Jordanian pilot, Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh express their anger of his …

The UAE is one of the most visible Arab members in the U.S.-led coalition battling the Islamic State group, which also includes Jordan.

Bahrain, a Gulf state that is home to the U.S. 5th Fleet, denounced the killing as "despicable," and Kuwait's emir, Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, blasted the killing as "criminal" and "vicious."

Qatar's Foreign Ministry also condemned the "criminal act." The tiny but very rich Gulf nation hosts the regional command center coordinating coalition airstrikes.

In predominantly Muslim Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called the killing an act of "savagery," adding that "there is no such thing in our religion."

Iran, which has aided both Iraq and Syria against the IS, said the killing of the pilot was an "inhuman" act that violated the codes of Islam, according to Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham.

Tunisia's Foreign Ministry decried the "cowardly" and "savage" act. The newly elected President Beji Caid Essebsi said the pilot's slaying was an "odious crime" incompatible with the principles of Islam and all other divine laws.

In his native Jordan, the killing of al-Kaseasbeh — who had been the subject of intense negotiations over a possible swap with an al-Qaida prisoner on death row — drew swift retribution.

The prisoner, an Iraqi woman convicted of involvement in a triple hotel bombing in Amman in 2005, was executed along with another al-Qaida prisoner at dawn on Wednesday.

The pan-Arab al-Hayat newspaper denounced the pilot's killing with a one-word headline on the front page: "Barbarity."

"How many ... are there, whose names we are ignorant of, slaughtered by the Islamic State and their brothers?" asked an article in Lebanon's left-leaning daily Assafir.

Jordanian politician Mohammed al-Rousan wept openly on national television as he described watching al-Kaseasbeh's death, saying even people accustomed to violence could not bear to see a man burned alive.

Then, his tears turned to rage.

"Let's use the same methods as them!" he shouted during the interview with Lebanon's al-Mayadeen TV. "Let's kill their children! Let's kill their women!"

Interesting to see where this will go.. ISIS is hated by their own.

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ISIS also didn't score any PR points with the UN report which came out today claiming they had also executed boys as young as 10--- and also buried other children alive... Also reports of additional beheadings and torture... They also have no issue with killing their own, as they've executed over 100 Jihadist volunteers who've become disenchanted / disillusioned that tried to leave the fight and return home..

 

I agree with Gator's OP this burning alive of the Jordanian Pilot has definitely enflamed the Muslim world, and might lead to a groundswell or unified Muslim effort in the region to combat ISIS...

 

But I don't see ISIS being defeated ( especially in Iraq ), unless their Sunni hosts which welcomed & facilitated their conquests turns against them... This was eventually the case with Al Qaeda in Iraq.. We'll see if it turns out the same with these ISIS scum bags..

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Who is ISIS? Who funds them? Who created them? Do they even know? Who recruits each fighter? Where do they come from? How many are british or European?

They have American weapons that they took from American trained armies. So if they lose some weapons and get more, are they newly supplied American weapons?

 

Most of those dudes appear to be white and wearing masks. Anybody can tote a black flag and yell Allahu Akbar!

Funny we cant catch one and unmask him. Or take the mask off a dead one.

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Who is ISIS? Who funds them? Who created them? Do they even know? Who recruits each fighter? Where do they come from? How many are british or European?

They have American weapons that they took from American trained armies. So if they lose some weapons and get more, are they newly supplied American weapons?

 

Most of those dudes appear to be white and wearing masks. Anybody can tote a black flag and yell Allahu Akbar!

Funny we cant catch one and unmask him. Or take the mask off a dead one.

 

Russia owns Syria and China has been investing heavily in Iraq trying to own them. Consider both have very deep pockets to fund a short intense war like ISIS has waged. Further consider both needed a way to draw all the jihadist crazies out into the open so they could be eliminated once and for all which protects Russian and Chinese business interests.

 

On the one hand the extremists would be screaming fake if they knew outsiders were running their public relations terror campaign or at least making the barbaric media splashes in their name. However given the way ISIS leadership has been killing their own in order to keep them in line ISIS fighters might be too afraid to speak about them even among themselves for fear of being ratted out and ultimately beheaded.

 

However there is one group of non arab muslim terrorists who go way back to the Syrian terrorist training camps in the nineties and are proven anti Israeli fighters: Chechens and they have been very present in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria since the beginning of the current wars.

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"Islam prohibits the taking of an innocent life,"

 

So where is all the outrage when innocent civilians all over the middle east are being executed by these animals? Where was the outrage when the towers fell killing thousands of innocents including children? Where was the outrage when innocent Russians theater goers were massacred? Where was the outrage when innocent people all over the world were being killed by Muslim cult worshipers?

 

Seems to me that Muslims are pretty choosey about who innocents are . . . .

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when this is really over how many decades will the right in this country keep spewing hate on the Muslim religion?

 

 

they just love to keep the list of people they hate really long

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when this is really over how many decades will the right in this country keep spewing hate on the Muslim religion?

 

 

they just love to keep the list of people they hate really long

 

 

To be fair, I have a problem with anyone who would push his/her religion on me. The Muslims certainly are the highest up on the list for my attention, and deservedly so.

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when this is really over how many decades will the right in this country keep spewing hate on the Muslim religion?

 

 

they just love to keep the list of people they hate really long

So there's no liberals that hate Muslims?

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So where is all the outrage when innocent civilians all over the middle east are being executed by these animals? Where was the outrage when the towers fell killing thousands of innocents including children? Where was the outrage when innocent Russians theater goers were massacred? Where was the outrage when innocent people all over the world were being killed by Muslim cult worshipers?

 

Seems to me that Muslims are pretty choosey about who innocents are . . . .

 

 

My guess is that immolation is simply going to far ... we just can't have that, you know.

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the Muslim religion wasn't this redicules just a couple of decades ago.

 

 

some sociopathic fucks took it over.

 

 

Now they want everyone dead so they can have whats left .

 

 

Its all about power.

 

 

that is why religion HAS to get the hell out of the GREAT BIG CHURCH idea.

 

 

when you do that you build a sstructure that is PERFECT for sociopaths to USE to di this type of thing.

 

 

No structure and they will NEVER again be able to use any of your religions to kill people with.

 

 

You can believe whatever you want.

 

Just don't build these structures and piles of money for people to use.

 

 

Small local churches or whatever you call your House of worship.

 

 

people believing their religion an helping the neighbors the actually know.

 

 

No more make a billion dollar castle for our Top guy so he can wield massive power over others.

 

 

 

Its insanity

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Evince you must be joking. Nobody smart is saying all Muslims are bad or very many are. But the facts are that 70% of all terrorist related violence over the past five years has been done by Sunni Muslims. Who knows what percentage the other denominations account for. If you're offended by facts then you can't be helped.

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quit pretending they are not saying it

So where is all the outrage when innocent civilians all over the middle east are being executed by these animals? Where was the outrage when the towers fell killing thousands of innocents including children? Where was the outrage when innocent Russians theater goers were massacred? Where was the outrage when innocent people all over the world were being killed by Muslim cult worshipers?

 

Seems to me that Muslims are pretty choosey about who innocents are . . . .

 

read what they say

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the Muslim religion wasn't this redicules just a couple of decades ago.

 

 

some sociopathic fucks took it over.

 

 

Now they want everyone dead so they can have whats left .

 

 

Its all about power.

 

 

that is why religion HAS to get the hell out of the GREAT BIG CHURCH idea.

 

 

when you do that you build a sstructure that is PERFECT for sociopaths to USE to di this type of thing.

 

 

No structure and they will NEVER again be able to use any of your religions to kill people with.

 

 

You can believe whatever you want.

 

Just don't build these structures and piles of money for people to use.

 

 

Small local churches or whatever you call your House of worship.

 

 

people believing their religion an helping the neighbors the actually know.

 

 

No more make a billion dollar castle for our Top guy so he can wield massive power over others.

 

 

 

Its insanity

So over a billion Muslims are going to give up their religion? Yeah, that's going to happen.

 

And you think craziness started just a couple of decades ago? I joke about you not going to college but did you even go to high school?

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when this is really over how many decades will the right in this country keep spewing hate on the Muslim religion?

 

 

they just love to keep the list of people they hate really long

. Embrace the love you have for Muslims by actually moving to a Muslim country. Then post some of the filth you do here. I'd love to see what's sewn shut!

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I hope this New Unificiation does not get their asses kicked by all those weapons those Global Nation Builders have been spending since 1994? $9 billion per year since 2002...through 2017...all classified by Bush and Pelosi...How much more can the Cheney Saudis Borrow from YOU? It is ALL in your name Americans. (($58 Billion Un-Accounted for))

 

Let the Jordanian Wars begin, all the will of Isis...I mean al-qeada...I mean the Global National socialists, creating more new and imaginary "funding", while cutting food for the poor, elderly and disabled.

 

Fund the Ukranian Wars too...

 

The Brotherhood of Fascism Demands it...

 

How many more militants must the Tyrants Fund and Train?

 

How many more innocents must be sacrificed?

 

Who shall the political fanatics target next?

 

When shall the United States Military Defend the Citizenry?

 

Make sure The Boehner/Bush Cheney/Rove and McConnell GOP Insurance is Paid Up? ((they may close our government again, when the uprisings occur and to allow the terrorists to attack...again))

 

When the Fascists enact terrorism, they rely upon "The Powers of the Blood", Jordanians must not make any mistakes, the Global Nation builders have been planning this for some time. Shalom.

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When the Fascists enact terrorism, they rely upon "The Powers of the Blood", Jordanians must not make any mistakes, the Global Nation builders have been planning this for some time. Shalom.

 

This is true. Sounds like it's a holdover from the cold war.

 

 

Isis is Islam

 

Just the vehicle they're using to justify their trying to take a piece of the international money markets for themselves. It's all just political rhetoric like here only they sell it under the name of religion.

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