Saudi Arabia: The Land that Civilization Forgot

Muslims Kill Christians, Bottle Their Blood, And Sell It For $100,000 A Piece To Saudis | Walid ShoebatWalid Shoebat

A nun in Germany has recently done a presentation in a conference of an independent investigation she conducted of the treatment of Christians in Syria under the hands of Muslim fundamentalists. She revealed that Muslims are butchering Christians, draining their blood in bottles, and selling each bottle for $100,000 to Muslims in Saudi Arabia who take it to wash their hands in Christian blood, with the belief that it atones for their sins.

Dunno how much credence to put in this, but Shoebat is usually fairly reliable.  And given their history, I wouldn’t put anything past the deranged jihadi wing of Islam, especially as it expresses itself in Saudi Wahabbia.

BTW:  Rather than speaking out against the helpless and powerless “gay lobby,” how come the usual suspects aren’t directing their ire against somebody who is actually willing and able to fight back, like the militant Islamists of Saudi Arabia and Iran?

Oh, wait a minute.  That’s why.

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Saudi Arabia: The Land that Civilization Forgot — 5 Comments

    • My guess would be that this has already been tried – along with stealing a couple of fresh deposits from a blood-bank, and doing a bit of “re-packaging”. It seems likely that the purchaser(s) would do a bit of testing before forking over the bux – as you say, $100K is a bunch, even in today’s economy – which would be highly likely to detect the pig-blood scam…but wouldn’t stop the blood-bank scam from working.

      Besides that, though – how could a buyer be certain (other than by the statement of the seller) that Christian blood was being purchased? I mean, is there a detectible difference from, say, agnostic blood or just plain ol’ garden-variety heretic blood?…

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