But remember Obama ridiculed Republicans “Now They’re Worried About 3-Year-Old [Refugee] Orphans.” The point is these Mohammedan children are born and bred for jihad.
A bomb detonated by a 7 year old will still shatter human flesh and bone, a bullet from a 3 year old’s automatic will still rip out a man’s brains.
Once again I invoke Pope Benedict when he cited the 14th-century Byzantine emperor Manuel II Paleologus regarding the relationship between Islam and violence. “Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.”
Sickening new ISIS video shows toddler shooting prisoner dead in ball pit in abandoned children’s PLAYGROUND
- The video shows a child walking across the an abandoned ball pit in Syria
- He then stands in front of a prisoner who is tied to a fence and is handed a gun
- The toddler then aims the gun at the prisoner’s head and seems to pull trigger
- WARNING: UPSETTING CONTENT
By Isobel Frodsham For Mailonline,January 7, 2016:
A sickening video appearing to show a toddler shooting a prisoner dead in a ball pool in Syria has been published online by Islamic State.
In the video, the child is seen walking across a ball pit, full of broken plastic balls, towards a prisoner who is tied to a fence by his wrists.
A man then hands the toddler a gun, and he is seen aiming the gun before seemingly pulling the trigger.
The footage then ends just after a shot is fired.
The child is seen walking over to the prisoner and handed a gun by the man in the background
He then aims the gun at the prisoner’s head, who has been tied to the side of the ball pit
The child then seemingly pulls the trigger and the video ends swiftly afterwards
Screenshots of the video were published on the Twitter account, @Raqqa_SL, with the caption: ‘new #ISIS propaganda video make small children Slaughtering And executed people #syria #ISIL’.
The video comes after Iraqi forces took control of the eastern end of the southernmost bridge in Mosul, Iraq.
ISIS was on the back foot today after a week of significant gains for Iraqi forces but pressed a deadly campaign of bombings in Baghdad, where two more attacks killed 18 people.
Elite Counter-Terrorism Forces (CTS) ‘reached the Tigris River from the eastern (side) of the fourth bridge,’ Sabah al-Noman told AFP. The news was also confirmed by Iraqi army Staff Lieutenant General Abdulamir Yarallah.
Their push to the banks of the Tigris River marks a symbolic and tactical victory for the Iraqi forces but they have much work left to do to take full control of Mosul’s eastern side.
Having eyes on the river should further complicate IS’s already reduced ability to resupply the eastern front with fighters and weapons from the west bank, which it still firmly controls.