Boy Who Watched Jordanian Pilot Burn Has DISTURBING Confession

(Screenshot Credit, Mad World News)

(Screenshot Credit, Mad World News)

February 5, 2015

Mad World News:

The photo circulating the internet of a young boy smiling after watching a Jordanian pilot horrifyingly burned to death by ISIS insurgents shines a light on the medieval barbarity that Muslim children in the Middle East are bombarded and brainwashed with on a daily basis.

The boy in the photo is a child of Raqqa and was one of the many Muslim males that were shown the heavily edited 4-minute clip of Moaz al-Kasasbeh roasting to death in a human-sized cage.

The crowd is heard cheering and shouting, “Allahu akbar,” as the airman slowly and painfully dies in one of the most disturbing executions witnessed under the Islamic State’s rule.

Interviewers took the opportunity to gather feedback from ecstatic members of the crowd. Among them is the child in the photo, innocent, yet already instilled with Islamic views of infidels.

According to the Daily Mail, the boy appears no more than 8-years-old, but is unnaturally fascinated by the barbaric acts perpetrated by ISIS in the name of Allah.

The most disturbing moment arose when the boy told an interviewer, “I would’ve burnt him with my own hands.”

The boy praised ISIS insurgents, hoping to someday join in the butchery, which could be in the next couple of years.

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3 thoughts on “Boy Who Watched Jordanian Pilot Burn Has DISTURBING Confession

  1. Live by flame or the sword, die by the drone and U.S. awesome military might. It’s just a matter of time. Of course we need a non muslim president to get the job done.


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