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WARNING – GRAPHIC CONTENT!!

I am posting this because we need to continually expose and never forget the evil that embodies our enemies. Below is a video of the Taliban stoning a woman to death. It’s a bit hard to see, but you can make out enough.

via Breitbart.tv:

WARNING – GRAPHIC CONTENT!!

UPDATE: By the way, I note that Breitbart says this video ‘purports’ to be the Taliban. I would ask that if anyone understands the language in the video and can verify that, please let me know.

UPDATE: Apparently ABC News picked this up on Friday:

Al Aan, a Dubai-based pan-Arab television channel that focuses on women’s issues, said it had obtained cellphone footage that it says shows a woman being executed because she was seen out with a man. The killing reportedly took place two months ago and was smuggled out by a Taliban member who attended the stoning, according to Al Aan. ABC News could not independently confirm the cellphone video’s authenticity.

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  • http://twitter.com/perezDeFernando PerezDeSanFernando

    Animals.

    Having said that, our society isn’t much better. We still rip apart unborn children’s bodies with vacuum cleaners and dump the remains in the trash.

    Mankind still has a long way to go.

  • http://twitter.com/perezDeFernando PerezDeSanFernando

    Animals.

    Having said that, our society isn’t much better. We still rip apart unborn children’s bodies with vacuum cleaners and dump the remains in the trash.

    Mankind still has a long way to go.

  • http://twitter.com/perezDeFernando PerezDeSanFernando

    Animals.

    Having said that, our society isn’t much better. We still rip apart unborn children’s bodies with vacuum cleaners and dump the remains in the trash.

    Mankind still has a long way to go.

  • Johnschaffran

    These people are evil and the good lord above will not allow for that to permeate his country of the United States of American and Israel. It won’t happen!

    • Anonymous

      You do understand that if your god exists, then ALL people and ALL nations are his creation.

      Where would anyone get off with the arrogance to claim the creator of EVERYTHING plays favorites, and that THEY are that favorite. Give me a break.

      Not to mention, why would Jehovah look down on this when he ordered it for a multitude of “crimes” in the past, supposedly?

      I’ll agree though that this behavior is deplorable along with all belief systems that encourage it.

      • Vidg2003

        I suppose the Israelites thought they were God’s favorite.

      • Vidg2003

        I suppose the Israelites thought they were God’s favorite.

      • grizzlybarmomma

        D–For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God. Sin does not play favorites. We’re all sinners needing a savior. Not one of us can work hard enough, be good enough, have faith, hope, charity enough to open the doors of heaven to any of us-this includes the Pope, Mohammed, Bush, Obama, you and I. Jesus is the way the truth and the life. No man comes to the Father, but by Him. Forgiveness of our sins through Christ is a gift unto salvation and eternal life in heaven FOR ALL PEOPLES. You sound like a very thoughtful person I trust you have already read the Bible. If not a lot of my writing is from the New Testament book of John.

    • Paulchri

      Even the disciples were capable of this kind of evil before they received the Holy Spirit. Anyone is without welcomed divine intervention. Our country is going down the same path as many before us. Babilon, Sodom and Gamorah, Persians, Romans, Greace, etc. Why do you think that America is exempt? That flies in the face of Christ Himself. “nobody is good, but God”. Remember? If we are not good, and we don’t have God in us, then we are all evil. Simple as that. Don’t make people good based on your assessment of evil. No sin is worse than another to God. Differing consequences are only to differ evil.

      • Anonymous

        How misanthropic, and I’m sorry, but if you think godless decadence was the death knell of Babylon, Persia, Rome or Greece then you just don’t know your history, not to mention they rose to power in that selfsame godlessness.

        God’s own chosen people, the hebrews/israelites were dominated and taken into captivity by the Babylonians. The Babylonians were then conquered by Persia. Persia was defeated by Alexander the Great. Alexanders kingdom was too expansive to stay unified after his death so it severed into the older Greek states and several Hellenistic cultures. Those disjointed greek and Hellenist states didn’t cooperate so the larger and more flexible Roman Legion conquered the separate and independent Greek states and their Phalanxes.

        Rome was the only one you listed that was actually subject to a protracted decline, more thanks to centralized and disconnected dictatorial powers as well as widespread volatile culture-shift than to a vague idea of “sin.” This has played out multiple times in history.

        As far as I know, there’s no archeological evidence of Sodom and Gomorrah, their purported destruction has not be reenacted by any civilization. The closest is Nagasaki and Hiroshima, and we know the truth of those 2 cities.

        • Paulchri

          I am obviously refering to biblical references to these as well as archeological evidence. I am am also referring to their many false gods which are pretty well documented. Worshiping false gods is a sin for Christians. As for “decline”, I am refering to a moral decline primarily. Anyone who is objective will consider all other aspects of decline to be connected to the moral decline of a society. I don’t know why you would declare that these civilizations did not do evil wicked things openly in society? I suppose you might not know about the burning of their live babies in sacrifice to their gods. Virtually every “world” power has become decodant, murderous, unjust, sexually promiscuous, war mongerers. Especially the ones that I mentioned. Nations are the same as individuals. The either have to work hard and be dilligent in being just and decent, or they simply slide toward tyrany and evil. Some individuals just find their comfort zone and stay there, but countries have leaders with power to weild, and they typically get corrupted and evil. The bible teaches human nature, and it can easily be seen by any objective observer.

          • Anonymous

            You’re ignoring the fact that these civilizations also achieved their raise to the heights of their power while still being just as “evil” the entire time.

            It’s not as if the Babylonians ever worshiped Jesus but they rose to their power without his help, including conquering the supposed chosen people of God.

            The same goes for Persia, the greatest Persian emperor that you hear mentioned in the bible is Cyrus the Great. He was a Zoroastrian, as was the entirety of his empire.

            Ancient Greece has rampant homosexuality, Sparta left “defective” children to die if they failed inspection after birth. Alexander the Great himself is thought to have been gay. All of which is considered “sin” by Christianity, yet Macedon rose to be the greatest power until the Roman Empire came on the scene, with all of that “sin” happening long before Alexander’s empire fractured.

            The Roman Empire was famously brutal. None of it’s god’s were Jesus, yet they rose to the heights of power while still being brutal and heretical. Ironically, Rome didn’t really come apart at the seems until Christianity came on the scene, interesting timing.

  • Anonymous

    This video is difficult to watch, but very important to see. We can’t bury our head in the sand and ignore these people because it’s painful to watch. Thanks for posting this.

  • Connie

    I could not bring myself to watch the video, but knowing the subject matter was enough. What frightens me the most is that so many people in this country support the basic religious principles behind this atrocious behavior. The same belief system hiding women behind body-length clothing also stones them to death in some sick and twisted system of supposed religious justice. I’m tired of the excuses given for this behavior, simply by stating that “most Muslims don’t act this way.” Enough already. I can’t accept the religion of Islam in any form for any longer. If that is bigoted, too bad. It’s a ridiculous religion, and I’m sick of hearing about it and seeing it.

    • Anonymous

      If only such critical examinations of peoples’ own religions were pursued as adamantly as those levied against others’.

      The only thing separating Islam and the rest of the religions of the middle east is it has both numbers and a complete absence of Enlightenment influences.

      • Enoch73

        I haven’t had time to reply yet to your last entry in our discussion, but for the sake of those over on this page, I still say that what you appreciate in the Enlightenment was introduced by Christianity, and that if it weren’t for Christianity there would have been no Enlightenment.

        • Anonymous

          Is that why Christianity famously derides, fought against and tried to inhibit the Enlightenment both during and since? How bout that Martin Luther and his famous decrying the use of reason in preference of faith?

          I see Christians in one breath try to claim credit for entirely non-theological philosophical advancements in the name of their religion, and in the next breath spit on the Enlightenment as the supposed cause of Robespierre’s Reign of Terror.

          It’s like trying to claim Newton’s science in the name of the church when it was achieved using methodological naturalism, entirely non-religious means. Methodological Naturalism by the way is another that Christianity try to claim the achievements of, but also loathe on its own.

          If we’re going to use that logic, are we going to credit Islam with mathematics and the scientific standards which found their way back into Europe. Even though they were largely leftovers from the days of the Roman Empire, the foundations at least.

          This is also ignoring the fact that a lot of the famous theologian/philosophers, at least 2 of which have been canonized, did little more than plagiarize Aristotle.

          • Paulchri

            Christians are no the best example of Christ. Christ was. “Christians are as filthy rags”, said Christ. Many claims lodged against Christians are true. Christianity is an outward expression of an inward change toward perfection that cannot be realized on earth. Any Christian that you see who is unforgiving, is not showing you Christ. Any Christian who is selfish, is not either. Nor is one who is unjust, unkind, impatient, unloving, hurtful, lying, or stingy. The point is that what other people do should not affect your salvation. For it cannot unless you let it. Christ gave up everything, and endured evil until death out of love. None of my Christian brothers have ever done that. I don’t know if they would, and won’t until they prove it. Have peace my friend, and take joy in the fact that God lets you choose and forces nothing on you. Any Christian who would, is not showing you Christ. God bless and love be for you.

      • Enoch73

        I haven’t had time to reply yet to your last entry in our discussion, but for the sake of those over on this page, I still say that what you appreciate in the Enlightenment was introduced by Christianity, and that if it weren’t for Christianity there would have been no Enlightenment.

      • Anonymous

        OK, Daniel you’ve gotten on my last nerve so why don’t we talk atheist to atheist.

        Why is it that you are so angry at what Christians did a thousand years ago that you have to throw that up in the faces of anyone who condemns what Muslims did last week?

        I, too, have nothing but contempt for religious people. I will never understand how people can believe such horrible, hateful, things about a being they claim to worship and revere. If everything a devout Christian believes to be true is true, they believe in a monster of such imense proportions that it is mind boggling how believing in such a fiend gives them any comfort at all.

        So spew your hatered at Christians all you want. Just eplain one thing to me:

        Why do you hate them more than you hate what Muslims do? Why is it so important for you to counter anything negative about Islam by going on and on and on about Christianity?

        By the way, according to Liberals Muslim culture was superior to all the other early societies on the planet. So how do you explain that while the rest of the world was enlightened, Islam somehow went backwards culturally to a place it supposedly never was in the first place?

        Nevermind. You spew typical liberal logic. Islam was so wonderful with it’s art and science and womens rights in it’s beginnings but now needs a reformation to get it to where the rest of the world was in the 16th century. Uh huh.

        Don’t use your contempt for religion as an excuse to defend Islam. I would rather live under a Christian theocracy any day than tolerate Islam.

        • Anonymous

          I defend neither, and I don’t play favorites, you seem to have not seen or not remembered my many posts railing against Islam and those that believe it. I condemn it in this very thread.

          I don’t counter negativity about Islam, I impose a little intellectual honesty/consistency about peoples’ inextricably related belief systems that they themselves ultimately know little about.

          All religion at it’s heart divides people into groups of the holy/chosen and the impure, it gives one set of people divine favor in their prejudices and preconceived biases. Any religion, if it has not been de-fanged and de-clawed by civil society is a threat to the very civil society it tries to permeate.

          Islam has not been so de-clawed, Christianity has, but it’s hardly permanent, there is always the threat that the “chosen” will again begin to act as their holy scripts tell them to.

          Hell, the only reason Zoroastrianism isn’t violent today like it was in the past (Persian Empire) is it’s lack of numbers and its neutering by Muslim intolerance.

          The Islamic nations resisted and rejected the Enlightenment because the raving fundamentalists got control and would not relinquish it to more reasonable and civil leaders that would built a more conducive environment to culture and sciences.

          It’s a little hard for Christianity to maintain that dogmatic status quo during the Reformation, doncha think?

          During the Dark Ages after the collapse of the Roman empire, the Muslims were the ones who maintained some semblance of scientific teaching and continued work on mathematics (a lot of that was lifted from the Hindus). That’s a simple fact of history. After the Scientific Revolution, Age of Reason and Enlightenment they were surpassed by European nations and then the Islamic nations lost what meager scraps of civilization they had.

          Even during those 3 advances, the Church fought them all the way, and remain the primary opponents of it in the western world.

          Some of the rhetoric coming from clergy in the military overseas shows the beast that still lurks beneath the surface of all temporarily gelded religions

          I’m sick of any religion, ANY religion, trying to claim that the entirely NON-RELIGIOUS advances in human society are a product of itself. Muslims contributed a great deal of advances in mathematics and preserving science somewhat, but that credit does NOT belong to Islam itself. Christians have and continue to contribute greatly to the wealth of knowledge provided by science through methodological naturalism, it is NOT credited to Christianity itself, for the exact same reason. Christians love to tout that Isaac Newton was a religious man, this is true, he was also an alchemist and believed in the Ether theory of the universe. Newton made numerous intellectual endeavors, including trying to find hidden meanings in the bible. The only method/line of thinking that produced results for Newton was NON-RELIGIOUS.

          Islam was not sunshine and happiness in the 12th century, there was the occasionally civilized leader of one of its cultures, but they were just as warmongering as the Christian nations. As I said in another thread, the Kurd Saladin was a man ahead of his time, but he was an outlier.

          Try to not get so emotional when reading peoples’ comments, it leads to misinterrpretations and unwarranted accusations and a forgetfulness of very reason and very obvious contradictions to the heated line of thinking. Righteous anger sure feels good, though, doesn’t it?

          I like most of the Christians of today’s first world civilizations more than I do most Muslims, but at it’s core Christianity is just as barbaric and counter-productive to the advancement of knowledge as Islam. The same goes for Judaism, Hinduism, Wicca, Zoroastrianism and the more mystical Buddhism.

          If you think I overreact to the threat posed by the belief system you find more appealing because you’re familiar with it, take a look at their constant and growing threats on education in this country.

          I’ll take you to not misrepresent me in the future.

          • Anonymous

            Sorry, but I don’t buy your rationalizations for your arguments.

            I think you are a typical liberal with the logic of a typical liberal. Let’s try a little test.

            John Kerry was attacked by the Swift Boat Veterans For Truth because of his lies about atrocities committed during the Vietnam war. John Kerry is a known, documented liar and opportunist who used his service in the military to launch and advance his political career. My guess is that you can’t argue against that position without comparing Kerry to George W. Bush. While you may think doing so is not defending Kerry, it is.

            So every time you counter criticism of Islam by comparing it to Christianity all you are doing is defending Islam. You don’t like being called on it, but that’s what you’re doing.

            • Anonymous

              Are you sure you are atheist? You try to lambaste me with “logic of a typical liberal,” and here you are using identical arguing tactics as the fundamentalists of every religion. You manage to type out a somehow intelligible string of assumptions, accusations and unsubstantiated emotional attacks. Yet you flat out ignore the point by point addressing to your incorrect assessment and blatantly fallacious assumptions of my opinion and how I come to that conclusion in favor of your a priori and almost hysterical claims.

              You sure did give that strawman a good beating, though, did it feel good?

              Any intellectually honest person who wants to argue a position approaching truth or a correspondence with reality has to be willing to seek/accept when his/her position is in need of correction and then CORRECT IT. Baseless assumptions of anything so beyond the self-evident will always be at least somewhat wrong at the outset and without honest corrections will only get wrong-er over time.

              Case and point. I do not defend John Kerry, his lies are indefensible. Nor did I ever give any indication that I would do so. This does not mean I like Bush either, they are not inextricably linked or mutually exclusive, it is very possible to be opposed to both. Such is the case with religions.

              From what I can see, you are on the path of rationalization that will lead to “Because A is/does evil, that legitimizes the alternative (B),” if you can’t see the obscene leap in that logic then you are beyond help.

    • Paulchri

      Obama was right. We are not a Christian nation. We were only founded on it. We kill before we are attacked. We kill for years and years without end. (Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq) We kill the unborn. We kill the innocent. We kill the un-convicted. We kill in our hearts, and we kill with our weapons of mass destruction. We kill.

      • Anonymous

        Sounds like you don’t understand the Christian faith. It is not about being good. It is a belief, and yes Christians can do wrong things but they have a certain relationship with Jesus that helps them handle all that.

        • Paulchri

          The things that we do are premeditated, debated, put into law, regulated, etc. This is a cumulative historical and current assessment of what we are as a nation. We vote for people who we know are going to continue these things. We’ve had many decades to evaluate it. Why would anyone say that we are a Christian nation? Claiming it doesn’t make it so, and our elected leaders don’t even claim it anymore.

          • Anonymous

            Again, what do you mean when you use the word, Christian? Many mean nice, or wouldn’t kill, or ??? are the demands so inhumanly high as to be impossible? I do not get your meaning, as with many who use this word.

          • Anonymous

            Again, what do you mean when you use the word, Christian? Many mean nice, or wouldn’t kill, or ??? are the demands so inhumanly high as to be impossible? I do not get your meaning, as with many who use this word.

  • KeninMontana

    The odds are pretty good that those carrying out the stoning were Taliban. Not very likely that ordinary villagers would be armed to the teeth and carrying out a stoning. One man has a loaded RPG slung across his back and at least two had AKs, not the usual implements of poor dirt farmers.

  • michael

    Tares … judgment will come

  • Extremely Right

    Disturbing. But if you want real disturbing, post some of those unedited beheading videos. I agree with you, people are sheltered from this, so they tend to not get upset of Islam barbarians.

  • Goldni007

    Forgive me, but I don’t remember what forum I copied the following from. It however, seems appropriate here.

    Islam is not a religion, nor a cult, but a total and complete 100 % system of life. It has religious, legal, political, economic, social, and military components. In all of the 27 countries ruled by Islam, the church is the state! No other religion will be tolerated.

    “Islam presents a monstrous worldview, birthed in the pit of hell, which brings untold misery and murder upon precious people created in the image of God. Religion is its cover (its beard) by which it gains entrance into nations where the ‘freedom of religion’ is sacrosanct. It then takes this freedom afforded to it, and begins its insidious takeover.” Rev. Flip Benham of Operation Save America.

    “Like a python, slowly moving upon its prey with almost imperceptible and hypnotic movement, it begins to coil around its victim until it squeezes every last breath of air out of him. When dead, the victim is swallowed whole.”

    The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states that Congress shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise of religion, yet the Quran states in Sura 4:89, “Those who reject Islam must be killed. If they turn back (from Islam) take hold of them and kill them wherever you find them.”

    The key difference between Islam and Christianity is that Islam believes that we are to lay the lives of others down to promote the cause of Allah. Christianity, on the other hand, believes that we are to lay down our own lives that others might live. There is a huge difference between a Christian martyr (laying his own life down) and a martyr for Islam (laying the lives of others down). One requires courage. The other is the supreme act of cowardice.

    • Paulchri

      Muslims will lay down their lives to kill people for a reward. What is so unreasonable about that? My brain is tweaking sideways. Enlightened or not, just seems strange. I say choose one America. Lets debate whether we should enslave people to shria law, or free people to reach their potential with unalienable rights and a constitutional government that only intercedes when someone harms another. I don’t have to believe in alah to be insane and kill myself with others for a reward. I am sure that a reality show will pay me to do it.

      • Paulchri

        Wait, I’d be dead. How would I get my money?

        • Goldni007

          I’m not sure I am following you. Essentially if I were a Christian martyr I would sacrifice myself FOR others. Not harm them. This act embodies the concept ‘Love’. A Jihadist martyr on the other hand, wants to take as many people (innocent or otherwise) as he possibly can with him (ie the 60 Muslims who worked in the WTC on 911) were mere collateral accessories. Not to mention 2,600 other souls that day.
          Aside from both martyrs being dead; there are no parallels. One’s intent is the commission of an act that creates havoc and destruction. If I can’t convert you, then I’ll kill you…and the sooner I will get my reward. The other is usually the victim of an act ‘against’ him/her. Never intending to hurt anyone. And in the end becomes an inadvertent paragon of love. (See the story of Stephen in the Bible book of Acts chapters 6 & 7.

      • Paulchri

        Wait, I’d be dead. How would I get my money?

    • Paulchri

      Muslims will lay down their lives to kill people for a reward. What is so unreasonable about that? My brain is tweaking sideways. Enlightened or not, just seems strange. I say choose one America. Lets debate whether we should enslave people to shria law, or free people to reach their potential with unalienable rights and a constitutional government that only intercedes when someone harms another. I don’t have to believe in alah to be insane and kill myself with others for a reward. I am sure that a reality show will pay me to do it.

  • Bgdrake

    The demon possessed Ron Hubbard damned souls to hell by his make believe theology. Which is worse?