Muslims go wild in ‘demonic’ ritual

A former Muslim Brotherhood terrorist claims a bizarre video released out of Egypt demonstrates the “demonic” spirit that has gripped the nation since its 2011 Islamic revolution.

The video shows a wedding celebration in which a group of men in a frenzy tear apart a live chicken by hand, then scrabble over its pieces to eat its raw flesh.

“The video is a glimpse into the dark and incomprehensible spirit that has possessed the souls of Egypt,” claims Walid Shoebat, a former Palestinian Liberation Organization operative who has since renounced his terrorist ways. “Lawlessness has abounded, excesses have gone unrestricted and the full force of Islam has greatly dimmed the land with its dark clouds, thundering about and striking without discrimination.”

Shoebat told WND the video comes from a wedding in the Egyptian district of Algharbieh, which lies on the Nile River between Cairo and Alexandria.

Shoebat further reports much of Egypt has descended into chaos and mob rule, with lynchings, rape and “diabolical rituals unknown in our time.”

He points, for example, to a video from last year, in which two thieves were caught in a western province village and without due process were hung upside down while angry crowds mutilated their bodies, spilling pools of blood on the ground.

“The acts of public executions happen as a result of the lack of trust towards the police,” Shoebat asserts, “and since lawlessness abounds, the people decided to follow an Islamic code of Shariah called Hiraba, which is to take the law into their own hands.”

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Shoebat provided WND with video of victims burned publicly, whipped and tortured corpses dragged through the streets, violent confrontations and armed mobs outside Christian churches and the widely circulated video of Coptic women being raped in in broad daylight to cries of “Allahu Akbar” from the crowd.

One Egyptian commented on YouTube, “What happened to the good old days when Hosni Mubarak was in charge in which no one dared to do such things? Because in his time there was law and order and an iron fist to whoever breaks it.”

“We have warned about this,” Shoebat said. “Egypt will begin to enforce the Islamic sanctioned Hiraba, the code on punishments being applied.”

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Palestinians kill baby, but Israel blamed

A newly released United Nations report confirms that it was a Palestinian rocket that fell short of Israel and killed the 11-month-old son of a BBC correspondent, not an Israeli rocket.

The episode, which happened last November, was explained in a U.N. Human Rights Council report regarding “human rights” in “Palestine and other occupied Arab territories.”

But Walid Shoebat, the grandson of the Muslim Mukhtar of Beit Sahour-Bethlehem, explained it as just another attempt by media outlets to create condemnation for Israel.

Shoeboat, a former Palestinian Liberation Organization member who was imprisoned for incitement and violence, later became a Christian while studying the Tanach in a challenge to convert his wife to Islam.

“Pallywood is all about creating a theater of conflict in which Palestinians are portrayed as victims and Israelis as murderous oppressors,” he wrote. “The goal of the Pallywood culture is to push a political agenda by either misrepresenting events or staging them altogether.”

Perhaps the most famous such situation is the purported death of 12-year-old Mohammed al-Dura, Palestinians tried to exploit the claim that Israeli soldiers killed the 12-year-old in a firefight, but his “death” later was exposed as a fraud.

Shoebat continued, “We now have confirmation that the death of the 11-month-old infant son of BBC Arabic journalist, Jihad al-Masharawi, back in November, wasn’t the result of an Israeli airstrike.”

He noted that among those reporting that Israel was responsible was the Washington Post, which had emblazoned a photograph of an Arab man holding the body of his dead child on the front page.

Awr Hawkins reported at, “Neither the Washington Post nor the rest of the media bothered to check Palestinian claims or to report them with an appropriate degree of skepticism.”

He continued, “BBC journalists used tweets to imply Israel’s guilt in the infant’s death the day the child was killed.”

The U.N. report on the conflict between Nov. 14-21, 2012, however, dated just days ago, said. “On 14 November, a woman, her 11-month-old infant, and an 18-year-old adult in Al-Zaitoun were killed by what appeared to be a Palestinian rocket that fell short of Israel.

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