The Tsarnaev Brothers and the Coming Savage Empire of Islam
By Theodore Shoebat and Walid Shoebat
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The Boston Marathon bombing by the Tsarnaevs is not the first notable attack upon Americans by Eastern European Muslims. In 2007, a young Bosnian Muslim named Sulejman Talovic opened fire in the Trolley Square mall in Salt Lake City, killing five people and seriously injuring another four before being taken out by officers.
There will be more to come, as long as we keep observing the modern world's sick obsession with multiculturalism.
As he was killing his victims, Talovic repeatedly proclaimed that Allah was great, and the night before the massacre he told his girlfriend that “something is going to happen tomorrow that you’ll never be able to forgive me about.” He also said that the day will be “the happiest day of his life and that it could only happen once in a lifetime.”
Prior to settling in America, Talovic had a hallucination in Bosnia of a white horse with "two beautiful eyes," imagery which is emphatically Islamic.
Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev may be out of the way, but this should not make us believe that the Islamic threat is gone, or that the world is now safer.
Now is not a time to celebrate, but to study our enemy assiduously. The Tsarnaevs are from Chechnya, a nation of the Caucasus region. Now that the brothers are becoming household names, Americans should inquire into two of the most focal points of Islamic jihad: the Caucasus and the Balkans. Though much of the region remains Christian today, a sizable portion is Muslim, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Dagestan, and, of course, Chechnya.
The Balkans and the Caucasus harbor by far the most fanatic of all Islamic fundamentalists. When they were under the Ottoman sultans, they proved to be the most loyal and fervent fighters for the cause of the caliphate's universal expansion.
They are not entirely of the same nature as the terrorists Americans are used to -- like those of Iraq or even Afghanistan. They are larger in stature, fiercer, and have a higher propensity for sadism and murder than their Islamic brethren in the Middle East.
They are now a part of the backbone of the Syrian revolution, assisting their fellow jihadists with their tenacity and ferociousness. One journalist describes the Chechens as such:
The Chechens were older, taller, stronger and wore hiking boots and combat trousers. They carried their weapons with confidence and distanced themselves from the rest, moving around in a tight-knit unit-within-a-unit. (1)
To help Americans recover from this cultural illness, here is a video showing just how sadistic, heartless, and sanguinary some Eastern European Muslims can be, and the type of mindset of the Tsarnaevs:
But why such cruel violence? This question takes us deeper into our inquiry into the jihadist mindset. For decades Americans have been used to the standard procedure of Islamic terrorism. It began with just planting bombs; then came suicide attacks and decapitations. All of these phases are not part of a cultural evolution, but a gradual revival back to original Islam. Now we are entering a newer phase in this awakening: human sacrifice and cannibalism.
The original state of Islam is not entirely what the West has witnessed these last few decades; it is actually more like what one sees in ancient Mexico or pre-Israelite Canaan. We are seeing this pagan savagery arise gradually, but soon it will be universally known.
Right now in Egypt, the Al-Azhar university curriculum for high school students teaches that it is permissible for a Muslim to kill and eat apostates from Islam or Muslims who neglect prayers. Here is a video of TV advisor Ahmad Abdo Maher discussing this:
This is just one of the recent additions done by the Obama-backed Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt. It is not a sick man's fantasy, but based on the highest authority of Islamic jurisprudence, Abu ʿAbdullah Muhammad ibn Idris al-Shafi'i, the founder of the major Shafi'i school of Sunni Islamic thought, who wrote:
One may eat the flesh of a human body. It is not allowed to kill a Muslim nor a free non-Muslim under Muslim rule (because he is useful for the society), nor a prisoner because he belongs to other Muslims. But you may kill an enemy fighter or an adulterer and eat his body.
A glimpse of Islamic cannibalism did seep out years ago in a video taken in Ramallah in which a mob disemboweled two Israeli soldiers and chewed and spat out their entrails:
Now to human sacrifice.
A very influential and widely viewed imam named Safwat Hegazy has consecrated Aztec-like ritual human sacrifice of a Shia cleric named Yasar Habib. Hegazy justified his desire by referencing the Islamic story of Khalid Abdullah al-Kasri, who seized one Jaad bin Durham, dragged him to a mosque, sacrificed him, and then crucified him:
Hegazy is not some obscure character; he was the one who in fact launched Mohammad Mursi's campaign in 2012.
He quoted the proclamation of al-Kasri before he committed the slaughter:
O people, sacrifice, Allah accepted your sacrifices. I am now sacrificing Jaad bin Durham.
He killed him on the Festival of Sacrifice, 119 A.H., and established that it was permissible for a Muslim to conduct human sacrifices on this holiday.
The story itself is taught today in the Cole Children Forum. And before one protests that the human sacrifice of al-Kasri is not based on reliable Hadith, the veracity of the story is supported by many of the most authoritative Islamic theologians, such as Al-Shafi’, Ibin Tayymiya, Bukhari, Dhahabi, Ibin Al-Qiyam, Darami and Ibin Katheer.
Abdulaziz Bin Abdullah Al-Rajhi, a respected scholar in Saudi Arabia, expressed support for human sacrifice in at least one speech.
It would be incorrect to say that no Muslim has ever followed this teaching. In the sixteenth century, a great number of Moorish Muslims in Spain conducted a mass human sacrifice by beheading twenty Christian girls and frying twenty friars in olive oil. They did this in the belief that Allah would be satisfied by the blood of Christians, and would grant victory over the Spaniards.
When the Spanish soldiers approached these jihadists in Ohanez and drove them back, they discovered the heads in rows on the steps of a church, their hair neatly combed.
Another similar situation occurred in the same era, in which Muslims in Carthage said some prayers and sacrificed five Christian children in the hope that they would defeat the Spanish emperor Charles. (2)
It is interesting, and not insignificant, that one of the Tsarnaev brothers is named Tamerlan, after the great Islamic Uzbek conquerer Tamerlane.
In 1401, when Tamerlane took the Syrian city of Haleb, the inhabitants were filled with terror as he and his warriors seized booty and took lives. But the mere killing of human beings did not satisfy the bloody desires of Tamerlane --he needed to kill with sadistic creativity. He had entire multitudes of people holocausted, their heads severed, and several towers erected out of their skulls. (3)
He took a suburb of Haleb; he threw its inhabitants into the city's moat and posted timber over them while they were still alive. He promised to spare some of the inhabitants, and kindly ordered them all to go into a large mosque, having it filled until there were thirty thousand people -- both young and old. He sealed all entrances and had the building scorched.
He commanded each and every one of his men to bring him "the head of a man." It took three days for them to gather a sufficient number of heads. Sufficient for what you ask? For three towers of skulls to be built. (4)
Tamerlane's nature was closer to the original state of Islam, and now we are seeing the resuscitation of this violence. It is here in America, and it will be growing ever stronger as long as we continue to refuse to put away our fixation on tolerance.
There are two more important questions that our civilization must comprehend: What is our culture founded on, and what is trying to destroy it? Our nation was founded on Judeo-Christian principles, and Islam strives to obliterate them. It is up to us to realize this, and if we refuse to do so, we will only be denying ourselves.
- (1) Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, Syria: the foreign fighters joining the war against Bashar al-Assad, published by The Guardian
- (2) Hertado de Mendoza, The War in Granada, 2.9, trans. Martin Shuttleworth, London: The Folio Society (1982)
- (3) Arabshah, Life of Timur, McCullough, Chronicles of the Barbarians, ch. xiv, p. 306
- (4) Schiltberger, Travels and Bondage, in McCullough, Chronicles of the Barbarians, ch. xiv, pp. 313-315