Teenage Boy Beheaded for Western Ways
Ayham Hussein was caught listening to music at his father’s market store in Mosul, Iraq. He was just 15 years old.
Here, teenagers have iPods, cellphones, and tablets to download favorite tunes. More so, if Hussein were American, he could dance in his room with friends and make YouTube videos to his heart’s desire.
Seven thousand miles away makes a world of difference. There, Hussein was arrested for listening to pop tunes. He managed to play them on a small portable cd player- the type we used back in the 90’s. His crime is considered so outrageous he was dragged before a Islamist kangaroo court. Then he was sentenced to death in a public execution.
I cringe envisioning the faces of his family as ISIS handed over his lifeless, headless body. As the mother of seven children, I can’t fathom the unbearable pain. This child listened to some music and he lost his life over it. I promise to remember Hussein the next time I find myself shouting “turn that crap off”. More over, I hope every parent reading this will do the same.
Apparently Hussein’s execution has deeply angered locals. According to sources, ‘There was no formal decision by the sharia court that bans listening to western music.’
Sadly, this is who ISIS really is. Leftists are brainwashed into believing we can infiltrate our country with Muslim refugees without taking on dangers of this magnitude. However, nothing could be further from the truth. ISIS is everywhere, performing their own acts of Sharia law.
According to Daily Mail:
ISIS has imposed its own sickening brand of medieval justice across swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria, executing prisoners for so-called ‘crimes’ such as blasphemy and being homosexual.
In a statement two years ago, the terror group also banned ‘music and songs in cars, at parties, in shops and in public, as well as photographs of people in shop windows.’
It added: ‘Songs and music are forbidden in Islam as they prevent one from the remembrance of God and the Koran and are a temptation and corruption of the heart.’
Psalms 57:7 says: My heart, O God, is steadfast, my heart is steadfast; I will sing and make music. However, a young boy was beheaded for just listening to music. And the killers claim their actions were for God? I’m confused. My God would never ask me to chop off the head of a child…