I first became aware of the Muslim fad for beheading infidels when Daniel Pearl was executed in Pakistan back in 2002. Over the years I saw a few more beheading videos, especially after the practice really began trending during the heyday of the Islamic State in 2014. I hated watching them, but it seemed a sort of duty, to be aware of what Islam is based on what it does. Eventually I realized that I’d had enough, and I quit watching them. I’ve seen what a beheading looks like now, many times over. I’m old, and my limbic system can’t take that much horror anymore.
Videos of beheadings and other gruesome types of execution constitute a form of Islamic porn. Devout Muslims get off on that sort of thing the same way a voyeur gets off on peeking through a lady’s bedroom window.
Muslims aren’t the only ones who like beheadings, of course. People with a taste for sadistic violence — most of them probably psychopaths — are drawn to such videos. I wouldn’t be surprised if jihad porn were the stimulus behind a lot of Western conversions to Islam. Just think — I’ll get to do all that cool stuff, and God approves of it!
The German news report below discusses the most recent Islamic beheading to gain notoriety: the slaughter of two young Scandinavian women in Morocco.
NOTE: The Moroccan government spokesman’s words might be more accurately rephrased: “We frown upon the murder of infidels on Moroccan soil, because it interferes with the tourist industry, which is how we extract money from the infidel. Mujahideen are required travel abroad if they wish to kill infidels.”
Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
|00:00||Maren Ueland, a 28-year-old from Norway, and her Danish friend Louisa Vesterager Jespersen,|
|00:06||24 years old, wanted to trek through the Moroccan High Atlas mountain range|
|00:11||for a month. Unfortunately the two students did not get very far.|
|00:14||Their trip ended quickly, and fatally.|
|00:17||At the foot of a favourite trekking destination, Mount Toubkal, their bodies were found. Both of|
|00:25||them were obviously murdered. By Tuesday one of the suspects had been arrested in|
|00:31||Marrakesh. Since then the police have arrested all four suspect accused of the crime.|
|00:37||A spokesperson for the Moroccan government stated that the Moroccan head of government|
|00:42||severely condemns this criminal and terrorist crime. —Such an act has nothing to do with|
|00:48||Moroccan values or traditions of this government. We reject such acts and severely|
|00:56||condemn them. The Prime Minister would like to express his deepest sympathies for the families|
|01:02||of both victims and their countries. He also stressed that this kind of criminal act of terrorism|
|01:08||is a stab in the back to the nation of Morocco. At this moment all four suspects are being|
|01:12||presented to the court, under supervision of the state prosecutor, in order to learn the facts of|
|01:18||this case. —According to information from the investigation, AFP writes that one of the girls|
|01:23||was beheaded. The blogger Jürgen Fritz also reported that a gruesome video exists of|
|01:30||the beheading, which supposedly shows one of the two Scandinavian tourist girls. He writes:|
|01:36||“I would advise you not to watch the video, because it is too horrible.” He continues,|
|01:42||“Although the technical analysis is not yet complete, the investigators in Oslo|
|01:48||on Friday December 12 2018 said there is no indication “that the video is not authentic.”|
|01:56||Verification in cooperation with the Danish authorities is still ongoing.