pamela gellerMothers of the most vile and heinous jihad attacks in recent memory…. on September 1, 2004, the town of Beslan became known to the world for a tragic reason. An Islamic group took hostage 1,128 people who gathered at a local school on that day; two days later, 319 hostages, including 187 children were killed in the storming of the building. Hundreds of schoolchildren and their relatives were injured.

Wanting to have a dramatic impact, the terrorists exploded with anger. There were 1200 victims, and the Russians were trying to down play the incident. The terrorists said they would have to eliminate victims to fit with what the media had reported. Their demeanor worsened, and they got really mean.

It was then that they began raping the girls. They wanted sex as they killed, and this is sexual homicide. A sex killer gets excited when he thinks about forcing himself inside an unwilling victim, but the rape itself does not produce the ultimate excitement. It is the rape followed by the killing that is arousing. This is what happened at Beslan.

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 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. What few people know is that some of the girls died as a result of being raped with objects. 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.

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But raping the girls was not enough for the deviants who had entered the school. The terrorists beat the other children. In fact, beatings took place regularly, and as they pummeled the little ones, the terrorists smiled and laughed. It was said that they would strike a child and then watch the child cringe. When the youngsters recoiled, their captors laughed. This says the offenders enjoyed inflicting the suffering. They wanted their victims to suffer. Such behavior is sadistic. Bringing others pain brings the sadist pleasure. And the terrorists tortured the victims in many ways.

Hear  the mothers’ plea:

“Mothers of Beslan” Ask Obama Not to Use Force Against Syria” Pravoslavie, September 5 (thanks to Filip)Beslan, September 4, 2013

The “Mothers of Beslan” public organization has sent in an open letter to the president of the USA Barack Obama, in which it has called upon him not to launch a military strike against Syria, reported the head of this organization Susanna Dudieva to ITAR-TASS on September 4.”This madness must be stopped, but not by a new violation or by a military invasion which will only aggravate the situation and bring more grief to the Syrian people. “Mothers of Beslan”, who have just finished a three-day commemoration of the children killed during the terrorist attack in Beslan, are reminding the president of the USA that, first of all, children will suffer,” said Dudieva.

“Any politician, while making a decision, must remember its consequences, and the pain of somebody else’s child must be taken as the pain of his own child. We are calling to you: do not take a rash step!” written in the letter of the “Mothers of Beslan” to the president of the USA.

The letter also stresses that Obama can prove his right to The Nobel Peace Prize with which he was awarded only by a policy of peaceful settlement of the Syrian crisis.

During the attack on the School No. 1 in Beslan by terrorists on September 1–3, 2004, more than 1200 people were taken hostage. As a result of the terrorist act, 334 people were killed or died of injuries later; 186 of them were children. 126 former hostages became disabled, 70 of them are children, and many of them still need rehabilitation.

Pamela Geller is the Editor of Atlas Shrugs and a regular contributor to The D.C. Clothesline.