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Thursday, December 20, 2007

Uncovering Terrorist Torture Chambers

When Leftists call the United States a terrorist nation, compare us to terrorists, and place the United States on a morally equivalent plane with terrorists, I want you to remember this story.

From Yahoo News:

BAGHDAD - Blood-splotches on walls, chains hanging from a ceiling and swords on the killing floor — the artifacts left a disturbing tale of brutalities inside a suspected al-Qaida in Iraq torture chamber. But there was yet another chilling fact outside the dirt-floor dungeon. Villagers say they knew about the torment but were too intimidated by extremists to tell authorities until now.

Here's some of the amenities in this hotel of torture:
The floor was littered with food wrappers, plastic soda bottles and electric cables that snaked to a metal bed frame, presumably where detainees were shocked, according to the U.S. account of the discovery during a Dec. 8-11 mission.

The rooms "had chains, a bed — an iron bed that was still connected to a battery — knives and swords that were still covered in blood," said U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Mark P. Hertling, the top U.S. commander in northern Iraq.

Nearby were nine mass graves containing the remains of 26 people, he said.

This isn't the only torture chamber uncovered of our morally-equivalent brothers in the Religion of Peace.
It was not the first apparent torture site found after U.S. forces moved into former extremist strongholds.

In March, U.S. troops discovered a similar site in the village of Karmah just west of Baghdad that was used by Sunni insurgents for torture and summary executions. They rescued two Iraqi captives, who apparently had been spared immediate execution because the militants' video camera broke and they wanted to film the killing.

The captives told U.S. soldiers they had been sentenced to death by an insurgent court and had the choice of either beheading or a fatal gunshot.

Both Sunni insurgents and Shiite militia death squads regularly torture their captives before killing them — sometimes with power drills. Most of the hundreds of bodies that have turned up in Baghdad and other parts of Iraq show signs of torture.

This is better than the democracy and stability we've been trying to bring to Iraq, the same stability and peace that the domestic and international Left has been undermining since Day One?


Theophrastus said...

Muslims often engage in brutal, gratuitous torture in emulation of their "prophet," Mohamhead. (http://www.answering-islam.org/Terrorism/torture.html)
He set a high standard for his followers to aspire to and many have taken up the challenge.

The "torture" that Americans are accused of is little more than harassment in most cases, and is for a specific military purpose. Some of our troops live in conditions much worse than the prisoners at Gitmo, yet the Religious Left sheds not a tear for them.

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