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The followers of EMO music in Iraq are now either in hiding or hitting the barber shops. Who says Islam doesn’t affect cultures? Just last year in Indonesia, the followers of punk rock were hunted down, shaved bald and then sent to reeducation camps ”to get their minds right”. Face the facts, everywhere Islam exists, with considerable political influence, a war against anything deemed ‘not Islamic’ exists.

“First they throw concrete blocks at the boy’s arms, then at his legs, then the final blow is to his head, and if he is not dead then, they start all over again,” one person who managed to escape told Al-Akhbar.

Iraqi teenagers stoned to death for “emo” haircuts

Published Friday, March 9, 2012

At least 90 Iraqi teenagers with “emo” appearances have been stoned to death by religious extremists in Baghdad in the past month after an inflammatory interior ministry statement dubbed it “devil worshiping”, activists said.

Iraq’s Moral Police released a chilling statement on the interior ministry’s website condemning the “emo phenomenon” among Iraqi youth, disturbingly declaring its intent to “eliminate” the trend.

“The ‘Emo phenomenon’ or devil worshiping is being followed by the Moral Police who have the approval to eliminate [the phenomenon] as soon as possible since it’s detrimentally affecting the society and becoming a danger,” the statement read.

“They wear strange, tight clothes that have pictures on them such as skulls and use stationary that are shaped as skulls. They also wear rings on their noses and tongues, and do other strange activities,” it continued.

Religious extremists caught onto the interior ministry statement, and have been harassing and killing teenagers with “strange” or “emo” appearances.

A group of armed men dressed in civilian clothing led dozens of teenagers to secluded areas a few days ago, stoned them to death, and then disposed their bodies in garbage dumpsters across the capital, according to activists.

The armed men are said to belong to “one of the most extremist religious groups” in Iraq.

“First they throw concrete blocks at the boy’s arms, then at his legs, then the final blow is to his head, and if he is not dead then, they start all over again,” one person who managed to escape told Al-Akhbar.

Iraq’s moral police was granted approval by the Ministry of Education to enter Baghdad schools and pinpoint students with such appearances, according to the interior ministry’s statement.

The exact death toll remains unclear, but Hana al-Bayaty of Brussels Tribunal, an NGO dealing with Iraqi issues, said the current figure ranges “between 90 and 100.”

“What’s most disturbing about this is that they’re so young,” she said.

Al-Bayaty said the killings appear to have been carried out by extremist Shia militias in mostly poor Shia neighborhoods and said she suspected “there’s complicity of the Ministry of Interior in the killings.”

Photos of the victims were released on Facebook, causing panic and fear among Iraqi students.

A young man with long hair expressed alarm at the government-ordained harassment of teenagers with Western appearances.

“I have long hair but that doesn’t mean I’m an Emo. I’m not less of a man if I have long hair. Let’s not say that if I have long hair, I’m a homosexual, but I have long hair because this is my style, this is me,” he told Iraq’s Al-Sharqiyatelevision network.

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4 Responses

  1. In the video, note the visible fear in the young men’s faces. Now, perhaps, they will grow some compassion for the women after the dehumanizing treatment all Muslim men in these countries have inflicted upon the females. It’s probably useless to hope, but one does dig deep for that glimmer of hope that these young men will see the light and fight back against this devastating mental illness called Islam. Lan astaslem.

    1. I saw the very same fear in Israel in the eyes of a Palestinian Arab while visiting a friend of mine, the Arab had left Islam, and said he had converted to Christianity, and literally had the very same look of fear. That was back in 85′.

    2. You’re right, I can’t believe anybody would even say ‘now they will grow some compassion for women’ XD XD Seriously, muslims kill muslim men all the time too, they just kill everybody for any reason, they have no compassion & the ones who MAY (like these emo kids) ARE KILLED! Everything different is culled. Turkization wherever they live & against armenians & assyrians (although christian, they are a separate ethnic group as well), turkey-iraq-iran it’s the kurds, in Afghanistan it’s against the Harizi, Balochi’s (which fuck the balochi’s anyway, they are honor killing inbreds) they just don’t like any ethnic minority groups at all. In Saudi they don’t want saudi women marrying any other male but Saudi Arab and refer to that type of marriage as a MIXED RACE marriage – like even if it were a Kuwaiti arab, or Jordanian, etc. They consider ALL non-saudi’s, arab or not, as separate RACES from themselves.

      One thing I’ve noticed about islamic countries is that they hate anything different, they are afraid of it, they don’t understand and they all put a lot of effort into making sure everyone is the same. It seems to be an inherent genetic trait, regardless of country. I lived in Morocco for 6 months a few years ago & village after village, town after town, the same clothing designs, makers & colors for males. Diesel, Gucci (knock off I saw a shirt that said Mikky Maus) Puma – browns, olives, tans. Same hair cuts, SAME FACES. I mean they are all so inbred up that there seemed to be about 10 faces in the entire country. It was disturbing. Anything seen as even slightly different, while not necessarily met with violence or something, but was pretty strongly requested to change, as if you were crazy & needed to be taught. I was also made fun of because I didn’t understand how to eat with my fingers or avoid ‘dust’ on hardened dirt roads the first day I walked on one. And by made fun of, treated like I was mentally disabled or with a sneer at being ‘stupid’. They do not understand the difference between ‘you never did that before’ and stupidity. They never would admit they were wrong about anything, if you did something (take a picture a particular way) they would mimic it and then give you a real squint eyed sneering smile look of derision as if copying a simple action were proof of their superiority.

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