Now There's Something You Don't See Everyday

According to the monitor, the Christian fighter, a member of the minority Assyrian community, found the jihadist in the local village of Tal Shamiram.

"He took him prisoner and when he found out he was a member of IS, the Assyrian fighter beheaded him in revenge for abuses committed by the group in the region," Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said.


Anonymous said...

The Daesh have made a point of using savagery as a means of sending a message. There's even a book on the matter, "The Management of Savagery." This warrior sent the message that "Two can play this game."



I hope this does not post twice.

Grim said...

Actions speak louder than words.

douglas said...

It's also that to Christians, it's horrible and gruesome, but to Muslims, it's damnation. It's a more potent weapon against them than it is for them.