Never Too Young to Bleed….

Never Too Young to Bleed….
By David Melle | January 29, 2007

This week many Muslims around the world celebrated the holiday of Ashoura. I have found a page that explains what this barbaric ritual is all about:

How Muslims in Lebanon
“celebrate” the holiday of Ashoura

Ashoura in Lebanon The observance of Ashoura is one of the most important events in the Shia calender. Ashoura marks the anniversary of the martyrdom of Husayn, grandson of the Prophet Mohammad, in what is now Kerbala, Iraq. The death of Husayn was the beginning of the Sunni/Shia split, which persists in Islam to this day.

In the past, many Shia men have demonstrated their devotion to Husayn by letting their blood flow freely from self-inflicted wounds. Today, however, many governments have tried to ban this practice, with varying degrees of success. In Lebanon, the practice is permitted, and a bloody commemoration of Ashoura takes place in Nabatieh every year.

Most participants make a small cut on their head, and then beat the wound with their palm–or in this case a sword–to keep the wound open and bleeding.

Participants then march in groups around the town, yelling chants to express their devotion to Husayn and the Prophet. […]

Many children participate, and the tradition seems to be an important rite of passage for many Shia boys.

The article above fails to mention that participants also call for the death of Jews, America and Israel. In my opinion, there’s a direct link between this culture of blood and death, and the hate and terrorism executed by certain Muslims around the world.

I don’t think I can trust Shiite Muslims that celebrate Ashoura with defending women rights, gay rights, democracy or freedom. They’ll have to stop cutting themselves like barbaric morons from the 4th century before there’s a chance they’ll reject intolerance, violence and hate.

For more barbaric pictures, see below (Warning: babies and children are also cut – please be aware that the images below are quite graphic).


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