Second British Citizen Beheaded – Hostage Alan Henning Killed By ISIS – Next Hostage Threatened is American Peter Edward Kassig…

Two Britons and two American hostages have now been brutally decapitated by ISIS as they vow to continue the beheadings until their demands are met.  American Peter Edward Kassig is a former Army Ranger who was on a U.S. AID mission when he was captured.

CAIRO (AP) — An Internet video released Friday purports to show an Islamic State group fighter beheading British hostage Alan Henning.

Alan henningThe video mirrored other beheading videos shot by the Islamic State group, which now holds territory along the border of Syria and Iraq.  The video ended with an Islamic State fighter threatening a man they identified as an American.

“Obama, you have started your aerial bombard of Shams (Syria), which keep on striking our people, so it is only right that we strike the next of your people,” a masked militant said.

The Associated Press could not immediately verify the video’s authenticity, though it was released in the same manner as other Islamic State group videos.

This is the fourth such video released by the Islamic State group. The full beheadings are not shown in the videos, but the British-accented, English-speaking militant holds a long knife and appears to begin cutting the three men, American reporters James Foley and Steven Sotloff and British aid worker David Haines.

Henning, 47, nicknamed “Gadget,” had joined an aid convoy and was taken captive on Dec. 26, shortly after crossing the border between Turkey and Syria. (read more)

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31 Responses to Second British Citizen Beheaded – Hostage Alan Henning Killed By ISIS – Next Hostage Threatened is American Peter Edward Kassig…

  1. Horsesoldier says:

    Be sure and send Preezy Obolo a thank you note in November for the mess we’re in.

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    • polk8dot says:

      From a purely clinical standpoint, ya gotta admire the chutzpah on this clown. He clearly is a highly functioning delusional.
      ‘American people are definitely better off than before I took office. They just don’t know it because the media are not covering it’.
      1. Let us ask the question again, since it did not loose an ounce of validity:
      How would he know, since according to his own repeated claims, he gets all his information on what’s going on from TV? If they are not covering it, how can he possibly have found that out?
      2. The Supreme Being once again, in his most glorious and boundless wisdom, managed to devise a winning formula to solve all of this nation’s problems. All the other presidents never even came close to grasping the Magical Powers of the office of The President of the United States. You do not ask people how well do they think they’re doing. Instead you tell them how fantastically great they are doing. oh, the troubles, the malcontence, the ungratefulness that could have been prevented if only he’d told us sooner!
      I guess we should be counting our blessings. Finally we were shown a way to divorce ourselves from harsh reality, to deny any unpleasantness, and to make our lives a constant stream of success. Simply follow the Buffoon-in-Chief’s philosophy of ignoring reality, and substituting delusion and insanity for leadership and achievement.
      The affirmative action ‘genius’ strikes again….
      Next up: the Nobel Price for Economics, doubtless.

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  2. stella says:

    That poor man. I will pray for his family.

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  3. Daniel says:

    ISIS and Ebola have two things in common. The cure is to quarantine them until they starve to death.

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  4. doodahdaze says:

    At least it was not the Moderate Muslims who did it. Poor guy. I vote for operation Glass Desert.

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    • Duck65 says:

      I think if moderate Muslims do that they get upgraded to radicals whose actions, in turn, generate all the platitudes to the effect that Islam is a religion of peace, a claim that I have heard just a few times too often.

      All that glass though could provide the raw materials for a thriving beer stein industry..

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  5. Kitty Smith says:

    President Obola now has yet another dead man beheaded by his buddies to delay his tee-off time.

    Perhaps he’ll just sent additional planes with a ROE to break up some more rocks.

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  6. dodo says:

    Isis is islam. Islam is the ebola of religions

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  7. Hughes Angell says:

    These executions are beyond brutal but their importance is relatively minor. If ISIS simply shot the men in the back of the head I doubt we would even be bombing ISIS now. We also have to consider that if ISIS felt the cost of making these grisly video executions exceeded their value to them they would cease doing them. They aren’t! Even after a month long bombing campaign. They are threatening to do more. What does that tell us?

    I’d suggest it says it does more for their recruitment and prestige than the military costs they are feeling from the aerial campaign. That shouldn’t surprise us, after all Hamas underwent a much more intense aerial assault in Gaza and survived.

    I here a lot of people saying they support this bombing of ISIS. I wonder if they will still feel the same when these maniacs bring their jihad into our malls, schools and churches? Let the Shia deal with them. To these Sunni maniacs they are the enemy before them. We are butting into their jihad and I say we butt out.

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  8. dmoseylou says:

    Carrying a Little Stick U.S. Airstrikes in Syria May Actually Be Bolstering ISIS’s Position
    http://www.the-american-interest.com/blog/2014/10/03/u-s-airstrikes-in-syria-may-actually-be-bolstering-isiss-position/

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  9. whodoneit says:

    Hughes Angell may have a point – that the beheadings act as a recruitment devise. Otherwise, why would they keep doing it? They have (so far) beheaded 5 individuals – 2 Americans, 2 Brits and 1 Frenchman which has not deterred the resolve of the nations to kick their ass and they know it. Most of us are familiar with that definition of insanity – doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. There’s got to be more to why they’re doing it. Unless, of course, they are indeed insane – which would explain most of what they do.

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    • Duck65 says:

      Yes they are doing something which they know is so repulsive to us that we cannot ignore it and in so doing we give them exposure to the disaffected Muslim youth in the West. These young people are the target audience and yes, it is for recruitment purposes, but we have to take it a step further and ask why are they seeking to recruit from the West?

      It is so that they can send these new recruits back here on missions. The reason for that is because, yes, they hate us and want to kill us and they despise our freedoms and so on, but more fundamentally, they have to take steps to safeguard the continued existence of their caliphate. The best way to do that is to try to undermine our will to resist them, to play upon our perceived weak, soft and comfortable lifestyle that will recoil from schools, shopping centers and other soft domestic targets being hit.

      Turning public opinion against striking at them and thereby allowing the caliphate to take root and flourish is the first order of business. That is then followed by an expansion phase.

      So, in my opinion, the first battle that we must win is the battle for the hearts and minds of our own citizens, the battle against isolationism and the laissez-faire attitude that ISIS is counting upon us to adopt.

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      • Hughes Angell says:

        Let me ask you is it really such a bad thing that hundreds of disaffected and militant Muslim youth in Europe, the UK, Australia and even the US head off to fight and die for the Caliph in Syria and Iraq every month or so? Everytime a Hezbollah terrorist puts a bullet in a ISIS maniac and everytime a ISIS maniac detonates himself at a Hezbollah checkpoint…well, some Muslims go to paradise and we are rid of some very unsavory people here on earth.

        The Caliph uses these fools as cannon fodder and we should be glad he wants them we sure don’t. Bombing ISIS only endangers us. Iran isn’t going to let these guys overrun its satrapy in Iraq though it may not be able to save Syria or the Sunni regions of Iraq unless it wants to exhaust itself militarily and risk regime collapse.

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        • Duck65 says:

          Ack, for the third time today my reply has vanished into digital hell.

          Anyway, the short of it was that while we might be able to count upon Iran and/or Turkey to safeguard our future by serving as bulwarks against ISIS I don’t feel really comfortable with that and, in my opinion, we will be endangered regardless simply because we are a potential threat to the expansion of the caliphate, whether we exercise that threat or not.

          As long as a regime with that mindset exists we and others even less able to defend themselves are at risk.

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        • polk8dot says:

          I meant to say, there are very valid, documented biological/medical reasons for their insanity.

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  10. chuckles49 says:

    We need to inform them we’ll be firing hollow point bullets with a pig blood core. That should put the fear of Allah into them..

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  11. joanfoster says:

    Never fear. Valerie Jarrett in a recent quote has given us all the assurance we need that O has everything under control. Grab barf bag before proceeding:

    “I think Barack knew that he had God-given talents that were extraordinary. He knows exactly how smart he is. . . . He knows how perceptive he is. He knows what a good reader of people he is. And he knows that he has the ability — the extraordinary, uncanny ability — to take a thousand different perspectives, digest them and make sense out of them, and I think that he has never really been challenged intellectually. . . . So what I sensed in him was not just a restless spirit but somebody with such extraordinary talents that had to be really taxed in order for him to be happy. . . . He’s been bored to death his whole life. He’s just too talented to do what ordinary people do.

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  12. whodoneit says:

    Hey – who knew the Chicago community organizer was an Einstein. Thanks for the heads up on the barf bag.

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