Look at the images below. Even their celebrations are hideously ugly and always glorify aggression, attacks, jihad and murders. It never goes out of the system of these sick people. Here prophet Mohammed’s grandson Imam Hussein and his death during Jihad with martyrdom is celebrated. All martyrs are honored on this day of Ashura and solidarity is shown by frenzied Muslims running around with cuttings, flagellations and tapping of blood.
Can you call people like this human beings? An estimated 9 million Muslims now live in the US; 50 million live through Europe. This is the kind of people that has been imported into our countries.
In the French capital Paris during Eid nowadays halal slaughter of sheep are now taking place on the open streets! Barbaric! How can any normal society allow a people like this residency and passports?
*One of our readers from India informed us that Ashure, or Asura, in ancient Sanskrit means “demon”. Perhaps no coincidence where the word originates from for this creed and this celebration.
The moment a small boy has a gash cut into his head as part of Muslim ceremony commemorating the death of the Prophet’s grandson
- Child has gash cut into his head as part of a Muslim Ashura ceremony
- Rituals include people whipping and cutting themselves with chains in public
- Children were seen carrying large knives and bleeding from their heads
- Ceremony commemorates the death of the Prophet Mohammad’s grandson
This picture shows the moment a small boy has a gash cut in his head as part of a Muslim Ashura ceremony.
The tradition, which commemorates the death of the Prophet Mohammad’s grandson, is seen by some Shi’ite Muslims as away of washing away their sins.
The Day of Ashura is a national holiday in some Muslim countries, with thousands taking part in annual rituals which include people whipping and cutting themselves with chains and knives.
This Shi’ite Muslim child had his head gashed during a procession ahead of Ashura in Mumbai, India.
Muslims took part in the event to commemorate Imam Hussein, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammad, who died in battle 1,300 years ago.
Other Shi’ites were seen drenched in blood during the processions in India, Iraq, Lebanon and Afghanistan.
Young children carried large knives through the street and were seen with blood pouring from head wounds.
There were similar scenes in Lahore, Pakistan, where men were seen with open wounds and scars as they lashed each other.
ISIS claimed responsibility for two bombings on Shi’ite pilgrims that left 23 people dead in Baghdad on Sunday, calling it the ‘biggest infidel event’.
The two blasts targeted roadside tents on the way to the holy city of Karbala,
Further bombings killed 10 in the Iraqi capital Baghdad yesterday, with five more Shi’ite pilgrims killed by an explosion in the Nahrawan suburb. Eleven others were wounded by the blast.
Another bomb on a street in the Amil district of Baghdad killed three and wounded 11 more, police said.
A roadside bomb also struck an army patrol, killing two soldiers.