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Pamela Geller of Atlass Shrugs is running an “ad campaign” in the New York subway system titled: “In Any War Between The Civilized Man and the Savage, Support the Civilized Man – Support Israel, Defeat Jihad.” (READ FOLLOWING STORIES OF YOUNG WOMEN MURDERED BY ISLAM.)
This campaign is intended to counter previously run campaign by pro-Palestine Muslim groups condemning Israel. The campaign is being expanded to include support for American Troops, the Copts, the Hindus, Nigerian Christians, Thailand, the Baha's – who are at the receiving ends of Jihadi atrocities around the world.
It is important to understand that it was Prophet Muhammad who initiated Jihad savagery by ruthlessly assassinating and mass-murdering opponents, critics and non-believers. And the sacred example, set by the prophet of Islam, today runs through the destructive and murderous works of Osama bin Laden, Major Hasan, Mohammad Atta and all other Jihad Muslim killers and murderers.
Geller's ads are not just words. Millions of real human beings having brothers, sisters, and parents were savagely butchered by the Jihadi savages and conspicuously continues today. To understand the sheer savagery of these diabolical Jihadis, let us take a look at torture and murder of the following Iranian women.
When one sees these ads, one may think of Mona Mahmudnizhad, a young Baha’i girl, who, at the age of 17, was murdered along with 10 of her comrades in 1983. Look at her smiling youthful face. She was murdered for being a Baha’i.
Then there was Atefeh Rajabi, aged 16, who was hanged for being raped by an Islamist Republican guard.
Taraneh Mousavi, 19 aged, was raped and sodimized.
Neda Aghasoltan, 26, was shoot death on the street of Tehran.
Dina Parnabi who was hanged, her body stripped, washed and delivered for dissection at medical school.
Few other lives, sacrificed at the alter of the Iranian Jihad savagery are: (1) 23-year-old Roya Ishraqi, a promising veterinary student, executed with her 50 year old mother, Izzad Janami Ishraqi; (2) 20-year-old Akhtar Sabit, a graduate nurse; (3) 28-year-old Mahshid Nirumand, a physics graduate from the University of Shiraz; (4) Shirin Dalvand, 25; (5) Tahirih Siyavushi, a 32 year old nurse; (6) 20-year-old Simin Sabiri; (7) Zarrin Muqimi, and (8) the oldest, 54-year-old Mrs Nosrat Yalda'I.
Americans can count themselves lucky that they don’t have to live under the savage Jihadi Islamist regime of Iran that destroys life at whims in order to impose Islamic tyranny.
Neda Aghasoltan was brutality murdered in Tehran in front of TV cameras during the unrest following the rigged election of Ahmadinejad. For Neda Aghasoltan’s story go to: (http://www.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/meast/06/23/iran.neda.profile/index.html)
Dina Parnabi was an Iranian high school student, accused of smuggling forbidden literature and criticising the regime in her talks with her classmates. She was hanged on the 10th of July 1984 in a Teheran prison. The hanging was done in private and after the execution was over, her body was stripped, washed and delivered for dissection at medical school.
16-year-old Atefeh Rajabi was hanged in public in the town of Neka Atefeh. Atefeh was executed for “engaging in acts incompatible with chastity.” She had been raped by an ex-member of the revolutionary Guard. At the place of execution in the town’s square, the judge personally put the rope around the girl’s neck and gave the signal to the crane operator to begin her hanging. Witnesses reported that she begged for mercy and had to be dragged kicking and screaming to the execution truck. Judge Haji Rezaie said, he was pleased to hang her and is quoted as saying, "Society has to be kept safe from acts against public morality." Her body was left dangling from the crane for some time, so people could see what may happen to teens, who committed acts incompatible with chastity. For Atefeh full story go to end of this article.
According to one estimate, 187 of such murdered young women were under the age of 18, 9 girls under the age of 13. The youngest girl executed was just 10 years old. Thirty two of these women were reported to have been pregnant at the time of their execution. Many of those executed were high school and college students. Hanging is the most common method of execution for women, although some are shot. Men and women were hanged in large groups in Tehran prisons from cranes and forklift trucks. Each crane jib or forklift had a wooden or steel beam to which the noose was attached and when the preparations were complete, the prisoners were simply hoisted into the air.
Under Islamic Revolutionary law, young girls, who were sentenced to death, could not be executed if they were still virgins, because the savage Mullahs of Iran believe that virgins go to heaven. So, they were "married off" to Revolutionary Guards and prison officials in temporary marriages (mu’tah) and then raped prior to executing them. The Mullahs believed that these women, thus deprived of their virginity, were ungodly and would not be able to go to paradise. Normally, on the night prior to execution, the condemned girl was injected with a tranquilliser and then raped by her guard(s). After the execution, the religious judge at the prison would write out a marriage certificate and send it to the victim's family along with a box of sweets.
Many young Iranian women have been raped and brutalized in dungeons by the Islamic thugs of Ahmadinejad, often suffering gang rape and sodomy, often leaving their sexual organs seriously damaged as hospital records show.
Unlike Neda, who was shot in the street in front of TV cameras that recorded her horrifying dying moments for the entire world to witness, Taraneh suffered out of sight, out of sound.
Very beautiful Taraneh Mousavi, a young Iranian woman, was literally scooped off the streets without any provocation on her part and with no arrest warrant. This young woman was taken to one of the Islamists torture chambers where she was repeatedly brutalized, raped, and sodomized by Ahmadinejad’s agents and with the consent of the “supreme leader” Ali Khamenei.
Near death from repeated beating, raping and sodomizing, the fragile young woman, bleeding profusely from her rectum and womb, was transferred to a hospital in Karaj near Tehran. Eventually, an anonymous person notified Taraneh’s family that she had had an “accident” and had to be taken to the hospital.
The devastated family rushed to the hospital only to find no trace of their beloved daughter. The thugs of the savage Mullahs, the foot-soldiers of Allah’s “divine representative” Ali Khamenei, had already taken steps to eliminate all traces of their savagery on Taraneh. Those savage beasts had removed the dying woman from the hospital before the family’s arrival, burned it beyond recognition and dumped her charred remains on the side of a road.
What appears to be her fault is her exquisite beauty, which caught attention of the Jihadi cadres of the Ayatollahs. She was singled out for the special treatment of gang-raping by her torturers.
Mona Eltahawy, a leftist Egyptian journalist, who was sexually assaulted by the Islamic thugs during the Egyptian revolution in 2011, and called her attackers “wild beast”, found the Pamela Geller ads so unrealistic and offensive that she tried to destroy it by spraying paints. It should be noted that American Journalist Lara Logan was gang-raped and French journalist Caroline Sinz stripped and sexually molested by freedom Jihadis during the revolution, while after the election in June 2012 British journalist Natasha Smith, 21, was violently attacked by a 'group of animals' who stripped her naked, scratched and clenched her breasts and 'forced their fingers inside her'.
However much does Mona Eltahawy want to claim Geller’s “Savage Jihad” ads are fictitious, it’s not fictitious at all. Savage Jihad is real. We will just have to remember Mona, Neda, Atefeh, Dina, Taraneh and countless more victims to realize that.
HANGED FOR BEING RAPED
The Hanging of Atefeh Rajabi Sahaaleh
Atefeh Rajabi Sahaaleh was a 16-year-old schoolgirl from the town of Neka, Iran who was executed in August 2004, a week after being sentenced to death by Haji Rezai, head of Neka's clerical court on charges of adultery and "crimes against chastity".
Rezai, who served as the prosecutor and judge in the case carried out the execution of the teenager himself by placing the noose round Atefeh's neck before she was hoisted on a crane to her death telling her “This will teach you to disobey!”
The execution is controversial because as a signatory of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Iran promised not to execute anyone under the age of 18. Atefah's father had passed her birth certificate to the civil authorities, lawyers involved, journalists and Judge Rezai himself but according to a witness
"The judge just looked at her body, because of the developed physique...and declared her as 22." Pursuant to continual complaints filed by Atefeh's family about her execution and the way the judge mishandled the case, the Supreme Court of Iran issued an order to free Atefeh, only to be three weeks too late.
Atefeh's mother died in a car accident when she was five. Her father became a drug addict and she was forced to care for her octogenarian grandparents. Despite her attending to their needs they are reported to have completely ignored her. She grew up in the town of Neka, Iran and was described as a "lively and intelligent girl", who everyone knew, and was often seen wandering free on streets. She was called "gypsy of Neka" by the locals, as she was not restrained in her behaviour, having no parental guidance.
She was arrested three times by the Moral Police and convicted for having sex with unmarried men. On each occasion she was jailed and given 100 lashes. The punishment for sex with married men is far more severe.
Fourth and final arrest
On the day she was due to attend a wedding, the Moral Police arrested her as she was preparing dinner for her grandparents. As she had not committed an offense, a petition was presented declaring her a "bad influence". It was not signed.
She was convicted for ‘crimes against chastity’, based on her admission, obtained through torture, that she had repeatedly had sex with a 51-year-old ex-revolutionary guard turned taxi-driver Ali Darabi, a married man with children, who raped her several times. She kept the relationship, which lasted over three years, a secret from both her family and the authorities. In the court the judge was Haji Rezai. As Atefah realised she was losing her case, she removed her hijab, an act seen as a severe contempt of the court, and argued that Ali Darabi should be punished, not her. She even removed her shoes and hit the judge with them. The judge later sentenced her to death.
Atefeh appealed her conviction. Her family could still not afford a lawyer, and none was provided, in contravention of Iranian law. Although such appeals are usually not resolved within a year, her death sentence was upheld by the Supreme Court. Haji Rezai, the religious judge, was reportedly so incensed with Atefeh’s "sharp tongue" during the trial that he travelled to Tehran personally to convince the mullahs of the Supreme Court to uphold the death sentence. According to the BBC, the documents presented to the Supreme Court of Appeal described her as a 22-year-old, but her birth certificate and death certificate stated that she was 16. The issue of her age was not brought to proper attention before it was too late. Amnesty International and a number of other organisations have reported that she suffered from psychological illness, both before and at the trial.
She was publicly hanged from a crane in Neka, Iran, on August 15, 2004. The judge in her case, Haji Rezai, also acted as executioner and applied the noose himself. She was left hanging for 45 minutes. He later boasted that she had been "taught a lesson" for her "sharp tongue". Her father was not notified of her execution. The next day her body was stolen from her grave. It has never been recovered.