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Islamic terrorists themselves do not hide the fact that they are death worshippers and have been very explicit about this in their statements. Islamists have often said they love death like Westerners love life. As an example of this depraved mindset, Geifman quotes Ali Benhadjj, Islamist leader of Algeria, as having said: “Faith is propagated by counting up deaths every day, by adding up massacres and charnel-houses.”
Geifman claims that Islamic terrorists, like the Nazis and Communists, use a political or religious cause simply as a screen and a means to sacrifice themselves and others to their god of death, sacrifices their pagan deity demands. Geifman compares these death worshippers, or thanatophiles, to India’s Thugs who murdered thousands of unsuspecting travellers in the 1800s as human sacrifices to their death goddess, Kali.
But it is in the killing and sacrificing of children and babies to their pagan god that the Communist, Nazi and Islamist practitioners of death and hatred truly revel. Children are targeted by the death worshippers because they are the essence of life and God-like in their image and innocence. The life-giving center of every family and community, they thus make a more worthy death offering to the Islamist Kali. Geifman cites the horrific terrorist takeover of the school in Beslan, Russia, in 2004, in which 186 children, mostly five-year-olds, were murdered, as an example of this targeting of children for sacrificial purposes.
Moreover, love of children and their uniqueness is deeply embedded in the Jewish and Christian tradition. So special are they that Jesus offers them his protection in the New Testament and severely warns those who would harm them. All of which is the opposite of what the terrorists stand for. As a further indication of their disdain and hatred for the life-giving force of children, Islamist terrorists in Afghanistan and Pakistan now sell suicide bombers to one another.
Since children are the objects of so much love and the wellspring of present and future life, the anti-life Communist, Nazi and Islamist death cults eventually felt compelled to kill them. As detesters of Jesus’s message of love, the hatred-filled Islamists strap bombs on children and send them out to blow themselves up. This then makes those 41 Afghan children the primary target of the Islamist suicide bombing campaign and NATO and Afghan soldiers and officials the secondary ones. The main goal of the Taliban suicide bombing campaign is to offer their god of death dead children and not the lives of their NATO and Afghan government enemies.
The Taliban also have other ways of making child sacrifices their death god demands. They sometimes kill children directly, as when they hung a 7-year-old boy as an alleged spy and attacked a school bus carrying children of an anti-Taliban tribe, killing five. The Taliban also assign children the dangerous job of planting Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). In a short period of a few weeks in 2009, twelve Afghan children were recorded as being blown up near Kandahar when training to plant the explosives.
But one shouldn’t expect any religious riots in Afghanistan over the fact that the Islamic religion is being violated by the sacrificial deaths of so many Muslim children in its name. Outrage and demonstrations on behalf of children’s safety would indicate the country supports and is willing to fight for human life. The recent riots and the deaths the rioters caused indicate just the opposite, that Afghanistan is reverting to the cemetery-like atmosphere and state the country experienced under the Taliban death cult rule. And the only thing sadder than this is that an American president actually apologised to the hypocritical and anti-life religious thugs who are helping to restore this nightmare.
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