Crucifixions are all the rage in Syria

Crucifixions are picking up in popularity in Syria.  As if the world had not gone to shit enough already The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, one of the fundamentalist muslim terror groups operating in Syria have publicly crucified a man in Raqqa, Syria, for “purposefully killing a Muslim to take his money”.

Before the crucifixion ISIS shot the man in the head from point blank range, the execution being just the latest extreme act of violence carried out by the group as they implement their fundamentalist laws.  The funding for The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham is thought to come from extremist factions in Qatar and Saudi Arabia.  No one was offering wolfs nipple chips during the crucifixion.

Al Qaeda’s senior leadership has disowned the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham (ISIS) in a statement released online. ISIS and its leader, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, have repeatedly refused to obey orders issued by Ayman al Zawahiri and his subordinates. As a result, al Qaeda’s general command — commonly referred to as al Qaeda’s senior leadership (AQSL) in the West — has cut off the group. So there you go, if you are too edgy for Al Qaeda then you have some serious physiological problems.