Child Executioner in ISIL Video “Recognised by French Classmates”

Telegraph, March 13, 2015

A child who appears to execute an Arab Israeli in a video released this week by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant is said to have been recognised by classmates in France, an official said Friday.

The schools inspector in the Haute-Garonne district in southern France said students in the city of Toulouse believe they recognised the boy, who appears to be no more than 12.

“Concerning the formal identification of this person, I cannot tell you anything,” Jacques Caillaut told reporters. “Children from the Vauquelin College have recognised one of their classmates, but we must remain cautious.”

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La Depeche reported that the boy spoke French with a Toulouse accent.

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French officials Thursday launched a formal investigation into the video, which also features a French-speaking man.

According to sources close to the investigation, the man is probably Sabri Essid, who has close links to French jihadist gunman Mohamed Merah, the killer of three soldiers, three students and a teacher in southern France in 2012.

In the video, a youth identifying himself as 19-year-old Mohammed Said Ismail Musallam is shown kneeling in front of the boy. A man stands at his side.

Dressed in an orange jumpsuit that is standard in videos of IS executions, the man seen kneeling recounts how he was recruited by Israeli intelligence, a claim denied by his father.

The man standing nearby, speaking in French, issues threats against Jews in France, before the boy walks around in front of the hostage and shoots him in the forehead using a pistol.

The boy, who shouts “Allahu Akbar” (“God is greatest” in Arabic), then shoots the man four more times as he lies on the ground.

"Mohammed Musallam"

“Mohammed Musallam”

Sources familiar with the case have said the boy may be 31-year-old Essid’s stepson.

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  • propagandaoftruth

    There are no innocent Muslims. A cancer on the planet is Islam. Between Islamism and Marxism we live in interesting times.

  • dd121

    They keep telling us they want to murder us all, yet we keep admitting them in our country in the millions. Does anybody see a potential problem with that?

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  • Simonetta

    One of the memes of the post-World War II civilization is that people are generally inclined to be decent, law-abiding, and civilized by western standards. It’s the meme of ‘United Nations Charter/ General Declaration of the Rights of Man”.

    The combination of savage barbaric crimes committed by people who at first impression have a civilized educated demeanor leaves stunned the people people who have come to believe in this meme, which is nearly everyone at this time in the lands that are run by Western civilization.

    But the massive world over-population and instant low-cost communications have exposed us to other types of human-like species on the earth. Creatures who identical to humans in appearance but then commit savage barbaric crimes for no apparent reason. Human-like creatures who can not and never will understand nor abide by civilized standards set by the people who created the United Nations Charter and the General Declaration of the Rights of Man.

    So be it. The civilized communities are dividing into two groups: those who believe the general goodness of humanity and the realists who recognize that, by their actions, some humans have set themselves out of the civilized category. Some people believe race is a legitimate category to identify and isolate these uncivilizable humans: some don’t accept this.

    It doesn’t make any difference. All that is important is that by the actions we identify the near-humans who can not become civilized and isolate them from being able to disrupt and destroy the fragile civilized communities of the world. And do it without guilt or shame. And do it without regard to their race, sex, age, or ethnicity.

    • propagandaoftruth

      “And do it without regard to their race, sex, age, or ethnicity.”

      Well, in a White society, if this resulted in 90% of Muslims and Negroes being “isolated” and only 10% of Whites sharing this fate, not bad the result.

      Your comments on silly blind optimism verses realism are spot on.

    • LHathaway

      A very good summation of our post WWII world. Folks are basically decent. We’re born a blank slate. Our previous state was as a noble savage, and we are an empty cauldron upon which goodness or evil can be filled.

      You are correct. This is indeed how we view things in the modern world.

      This is not a universal idea in our society, however. Some of us are blank slates . . . others among us are constrained by the old idea of original sin. They can’t escape it. While some of us are indeed noble and pristine creature whose only faults are caused by others, others among us are constrained by original sin. They must be watched, legislated against, educated about and constrained. No effort can be spared in stopping their evil. And their evil nature is taken as a given. Our society is based upon facing up to, exposing and controlling their evil. So I must comment, this idea of human goodness is correct, but it is not a universal idea in our society.

      And then there are those darn bizarre muslims? Over there, of course.

  • propagandaoftruth

    In bacon grease.

  • Rob

    isn’t DIE-versity wonderful.

  • Rob

    I know a French woman and she told me that she does not want Marie Le Penn coming to power because France should not be a monolithic nation, like it was in the 1800s, but should be a multi culti one. She compared Marie’s party to the white supremist groups in the US.

    • Light from the East

      How old is she? What region of France does she come from? I would like to understand why she has this mindset.

      • Rob

        She is probably in her late 40s or early 50s. She has kids that are grown up and are in their early to mid 20s. She comes from Paris. Does that tell you anything???

        • Light from the East

          She was actually born in the era filled with “liberal” atmosphere. There is a joke that you can become a liberal just breathe in the air. After WWII, a lot of white people reflected on the tragedy and loss by the far right regime, so it was the time when liberalism penetrated into every corner of Western society. Most people are controlled by their fear that one day “far right” party comes into power, history will repeat itself. Liberalism, originally, is not bad when you have majority of the same group of similar people, but it does not design the way when you deal with people with so different nature and belief. In this case, liberalism is unstable and self-destructive. The problem is she ignores the solid fact that France is under many potential threats from Muslims and she is obviously controlled by her fear. Fear is emotional, it is hard to persuade her to take the right action by reasons. The only way she will change her attitude is that her kids are under attack by those Muslims, so her compassion toward her children is stronger than her fear for “far right” party in power. All mid-aged white liberals have this type of fear.

          • LHathaway

            They fear being called racist, bigoted or insensitive. The irony is, this is just the beginning. Their real fear, and perhaps it is a physical fear, of words is just a small foretaste of what is to come. Whether this physical fear already is what drives it is hard to say, or it is debatable, but in the end, real fear of people of color around her will be what makes her ‘sensitive’.

          • Rob

            She hires mostly non whites and fat white trash to work under her.

          • Rob

            Wow. So True

    • HJ11

      Self hating Whites have a mental disorder. This woman qualifies.

      • Rob

        She goes to a liberal church.

  • Light from the East

    If all Muslims in Europe can fly back to join ISIS and some nations dare to initiate military operation on them, it is actually not a bad news for us.

  • John Smith

    You’re certainly likely to be beyond any kind of redemption, especially when your head has been filled with the ravings of a pedophile bandit, rapist and murderer all your life.

  • While this individual was from France, harsher penalties could easily be applied to US citizens who join ISIS. A sharp US federal prosecutor could use existing RICO laws to indict ISIS recruits on conspiracy charges for murders, rapes and slavery in which they did not directly take part. These charges would stick, as ISIS has made absolutely no secret of their activities in this respect.

    • propagandaoftruth

      Go fight for ISIL – you automatically renounce your citizenship and will be arrested if you return.

  • Belinda Boundreau

    The amount of low hanging fruit recruited by the Israeli Secret Intelligence Service has been truly incredible.