Islamic Terrorists Commit Murder, Terrorism, and Sexual Homicide at a school in Beslan, Russia.
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Citation Date for videos: 22 November 2008
Victims of Islamic Terror, Beslan, Russia, 2004
On September 1, 2004, 32 terrorist’s intent on establishing an Islamic Republic and Shaira law in Chechnya, Russia, walked into a school in the Christian town of Beslan, Russia. There they perpetrated one of the most heinous crimes in history in the name of a religion: Islam.
The predators, all Islamists, searching for the most innocent and unsuspecting victims to highlight publicity for their acts, found a school full of children and there they unleashed their appetite for unspeakable violence and perversion against the Christian world.
After the atrocity, Chechen Islamic Leader Samil Basayev claimed responsibility for the siege, saying his Riyadus-Salihiin "Martyr Battalion" had carried out the attack. He did not participate in the seizure of the school but claimed to have organized and financed it and boasted that it cost only 8,000 euros.
The siege unfolded as the terrorists disembarked from a truck in front of the school, entered the building and immediately killed all the men they could find because they wanted no resistance. Then they saw the helpless girls and took them. These offenders wanted to commit an example of terrorism that the world would notice. They had come to attack Christian children to send that message.
They began raping the girls. One by one, females were targeted. The sex killers looked for the perfect victims, and after zeroing in, they grabbed and disrobed the little girls in the middle of the gym. There were muffled cries as the girls were humiliated in front of everyone. They were stripped, raped, and sodomized by several men.
Not content to ‘simply’ rape, the terrorists used their guns and other objects to penetrate the little screaming victims while the other hostages were forced to watch. And the terrorists laughed. They laughed as they violated the children and made them bleed. Many of the girls died as a result of being raped with objects.
Yes, there were survivors and the survivors talked, but the main stream media did not report these details. For many of the rape victims the internal damage was so severe that without immediate medical attention, the girls bled to death. Those who managed to survive required extensive reconstructive surgery and painful recoveries. From the memories, they will never recover.
But raping the girls was not enough for the deviants who had entered the school. The terrorists raped the boys, too, and beat the other children. Beatings took place regularly, and the terrorists smiled and laughed as they abused (and dismembered some) the little ones. It was said by survivors that they would strike a child and then watch the child cringe. When the youngsters recoiled, their captors laughed, evidence that they enjoyed inflicting the suffering. They wanted their Christian victims to suffer. And they tortured their victims in other ways.
It was extremely hot outside, but the school had no working air conditioner and the hostages begged for water. At first, some was given but then the terrorists said no and drank in front of the hostages and mocked the children who were crying out for water.
They put water in front of the children who were desperately thirsty and told them if they reached for the water, they would be killed and forced the victims to drink their urine.
Raping, beating, torturing, and mocking were not enough. To further frighten the little victims, one terrorist stated that “we came here to die.” Russian Islamic terrorist, Tagirovich Khuchbarov, was called “Colonel” by the others.
When the children asked for water or to use the restroom, the ‘Colonel’ simply stated “I’m not your uncle, I’m a terrorist … I came here to kill."
Up until this point, the hostages most likely believed they could survive, but then…hearing these words…it meant to them that they were to die too. This surely would have made the victims scream in their minds. If they cried out loud, they risked being beaten or shot.
A crowd gathered outside the school where their children were being held. The terrorists goaded the townspeople and laughed as mothers and fathers cried for their children being held inside where shots rang out. Into the night this unimaginable horror continued as they threw the dead, naked bodies of the children out to the west yard of the school.
The Russian government did not want to negotiate with these offenders but did offer food but the terrorists refused because they feared poisoning. They had learned from the incident at Nord Ost and from other terrorist standoffs.
Nord Ost, otherwise known as the Moscow theatre hostage crisis, was the seizure of a crowded Moscow theatre on October 23, 2002 by about 40-50 armed Chechen Islamist terrorists. They took 850 hostages and demanded the withdrawal of Russian forces from Chechnya and an end to the Second Chechen War. The siege was led by a 22 year old Chechen Islamist, Movsar Barayev.
After a two-and-a-half day standoff, Russian forces pumped an unknown chemical agent into the theatre’s ventilation system and then stormed inside. Officially, 39 of the terrorists were killed by Russian forces. At least 129 (and possibly many more) of the hostages who died during the siege were killed by the toxic substance pumped into the theatre.
Expecting that Russian forces would be called to Beslan, the terrorists made it clear that if gas was used or electricity shut off, they would kill all remaining hostages immediately. With this knowledge, the terrorists had brought amphetamines and other drugs with them to help stave off fatigue.
At one point the terrorists allowed some of the hostages to leave. They told some mothers to choose which of their children should live and which should die, that they could get out with their babies but leave behind their older children or they could stay and die with their children. To make such choices would obviously torment the mothers for the rest of their lives.
Russian forces did storm the school. 330 people died, including186 children.
For one source, See: Deborah Schurman-Kauflin, Ph.D. “Disturbed.” www.drdsk.com.