Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Sickening new ISIS video shows caged prisoners lowered into a swimming pool and drowned, shot with an RPG and blown up with explosive-filled 'necklaces'
Vile jihadis fighting for the Islamic State in Iraq have brutally murdered five prisoners by locking them in a metal cage and lowering them into a swimming pool.
Filmed in the ISIS stronghold of Mosul, the sickening seven minute long video uses expensive underwater cameras to film the terrified men as they sink below the surface with no hope of escape.
Shortly afterwards the cage is lifted back out of the water, with the dying men - who are understood to have been accused of spying - seen foaming at the mouth as they lie motionless on the floor of the cage, piled on top of one another.
Elsewhere in the video, ISIS militants are filmed brutally killing prisoners by locking them in a car and shooting them with a grenade launcher, while another group of jihadis chain a set of prisoners together with explosive necklaces which are then detonated.
Sickening: Filmed in the ISIS stronghold of Mosul, the horrific seven minute long video uses expensive underwater cameras to film the terrified men as they sink below the surface with no hope of escape
Lowered: Standing up straight with their legs bound, the men look reasonably calm until the moment the cage is slowly lowered into the pool by the depraved Islamic State militants
Horrific: As the water begins to enter the cage, the victims panic and start praying and pacing the cell
Brutal: Once the cage is submerged, the video cuts to high-tech underwater cameras, which - in images far too horrific to publish - show the men thrashing around until they lose conciousness and fall to the floor
The barbaric video is a new low for the terror group, whose catalogue of horrific filmed murders includes the savage beheading of several British and American hostages, the burning to death of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh and numerous clips of people being shot and stoned to death.
The main section of the film begins with the stomach-churning sight of five men being locked in a tiny metal cage that has been suspended above a luxury swimming pool somewhere in the ISIS-held city of Mosul in Nineveh province.
Standing up straight with their legs bound, the men look reasonably calm until the moment the cage begins to be lowered into the pool.
As the water begins to enter, the victims start to panic, praying and pacing the tiny metal cell.
Once completely submerged, the video cuts to the high-tech underwater cameras, which show the men thrashing around until they appear to lose conciousness and fall to the floor.
The cage is then removed from the pool, with the dying men seen foaming at the mouths as they lie piled on top of one another under the blazing Iraqi sun.
Bound: The full seven minute video actually begins by showing a group of men wearing orange jumpsuits being led into a desert clearing. They are then locked in an Opel car, which is destroyed by a grenade launcher
Moments from death: The as-yet-unnamed victims were filmed sitting in the locked car before it is destroyed
Cowardly: Moments later a masked Islamic State jihadi appears carrying a huge grenade missile launcher
Fired from close range: The grenade launcher is fired towards the vehicle, causing it to burst into flames
Smoke: The car is seen in flames meaning the badly injured victims are likely to have burned to death
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The footage is actually divided into three separate sections, with different horrific punishments reserved for each group of doomed prisoners.
The full seven minute video actually begins by showing a group of men wearing orange jumpsuits being led into a desert clearing, before being locked in an Opel saloon car.
Moments later a masked ISIS jihadi appears carrying a huge grenade launcher, which he uses to fire a missile into the vehicle, causing it to burst into flames and burn the badly injured victims to death.
The film then cuts to interviews with another set of prisoners, where they 'confess' to the crimes they have been accused of and discuss how they have been treated by the Islamic State.
Next comes the harrowing drowning segment, which is followed by more interviews with prisoners.
The seven men are subsequently seen being led out into a field, where explosive cables are tied around their necks.
Seconds later the explosives are detonated, with HD cameras capturing the murder in full detail.
Several of the men are clearly decapitated by the massive blast, while others suffer horrific and fatal upper body injuries.
Doomed: Another harrowing sequence shows prisoners chained together with explosive necklaces
Sick: The seven men are led out into a field, where explosive cables are tied around their necks and detonated
Terrified: An ISIS militant checks the victims' explosive necklaces are secure before detonating them
Torture: The seven minute film includes interviews with prisoners, where they speak about the crimes they have been accused of and how they have been treated by the militants fighting for the Islamic State
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The latest sickening murder video was released by ISIS' Ninevah branch, which is based in the terror group's stronghold, Mosul.
Yesterday it emerged that a US airstrike near the city killed an ISIS operative who was a person of interest in the 2012 Benghazi attack.
Pentagon spokesman Colonel Steve Warren said Ali Awni al-Harzi of Tunisia was killed on June 15.
The US Treasury and the State Department had designated him as a terrorist operating for radical groups.
'His death degrades ISIL's ability to integrate North African jihadists into the Syrian and Iraqi fight and removes a jihadist with long ties to international terrorism,' Warren said referring to ISIS.
Harzi was considered a person of interest in the militant attack on the US mission in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on September 11, 2012, that killed the American ambassador and three other Americans.
In its terrorist designation in April, the US State Department described Harzi as a 'high-profile' member of a radical group in Tunisia who helped recruit volunteers to fight in Syria.
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Monday, June 8, 2015
Civil trial attorney Baruch C. Cohen meets Larry Elder at the 2015 Ariel Avrech Memorial Lecture, “The New Black Anti-Semitism”
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Friday, May 22, 2015
The Alumni Association's Inaugural Breakfast, which took place this past Sunday, May 17, was beautiful and a true chizuk. Over seventy five alumni came together for the purpose of strengthening their connection with the Yeshiva. We look forward to many more such events.
Rabbi Moshe Winter opened up the program by expressing his gratitude to everyone who devoted his time to attend the breakfast. He thanked the Breakfast Committee for spearheading this innovative association, for their tireless efforts to assure the success of the breakfast and for reaching out to ensure the alumni's attendance. He closed by affirming that this is just the beginning of the Alumni Association's efforts.
Harav Grunblatt addressed the gathering, stressing the great value of alumni staying connected to the Yeshiva and with each other. He stated that the Roshei Yeshiva and the Yeshiva gain tremendously from the relationship with the former talmidim. The Rosh Yeshiva conveyed his excitement that the impetus for this project came from the alumni themselves, thus promising great potential.
Chaim Wolofsky, a member of the Breakfast Committee, spoke next and conveyed his frustration in feeling a lessening connection to the Yeshiva over time. He thus realized the importance of having the Yeshiva as an anchor in his life. This was the impetus for the formation of the Alumni Association.
He then rolled out the range of innovative initiatives & programs, that were planned with the vision of facilitating the Yeshiva's continued involvement in alumni's lives, through making the Hanalah more accessible to them.
Please take a moment to look through the outline of these programs below.
NEW INITIATIVES & PROGRAMS RECAP
'Navigating Through Life'
Commencing within the coming weeks
Please stay tuned for further details.
First mussar vaad to be hosted at the home of Reuben Paris.
Please stay tuned for further details.
Women's Rosh Chodesh Shiur
Baruch Delman will be hosing the first Rosh Chodesh shiur.
Please stay tuned for further details.
Guidance / Networking Program
FOR OUT-OF-TOWN ALUMNI & THOSE WHO CANNOT ATTEND IN-PERSON,
ALL PROGRAMS WILL BE RECORDED AND SENT OUT.
HOW CAN YOU PARTICIPATE?
The alumni association is looking for hosts for the:
Guidance / Networking
If you would like to get involved, please click here:
or contact one of the RSA Breakfast Committee members: