Italian activist murdered by Islamic extremists in Gaza

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PostFri Apr 15, 2011 5:04 pm » by Ironlikealion


Italian Pro-Palestinian activist murdered by Islamic extremists in Gaza

An Italian pro-Palestinian activist has been found dead in the Hamas-governed Gaza Strip hours after being abducted.

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Vittorio Arrigoni, 36, was kidnapped on Thursday by a radical group that has been in conflict with Hamas and is seeking the release of its leader.

Police said he was found hanged in a Gaza City house.
2 suspects arrested.

his death follows the murder of half Israeli half Palestinian pro-palestinian activist
actor Juliano Mer-Khamis in Jenin at the West Bank last week .

Vittorio Arrigoni was murdered by the Tawheed and Jihad group, one of several extremist Islamic groups that operate in the Gaza Strip in opposition to the Hamas government. The group abducted Arrigoni in an attempt to force Hamas to release its leader, who was arrested last month.
they are a group of Salafist radicals, an Islamist movement in itself ,that considers the extremist Hamas as too moderate.

Arrigoni, known as Vik, lived in an apartment that he rented separately from his fellow volunteers for the International Solidarity Movement (ISM). The first anyone knew of his abduction was when video was posted on YouTube in which Arrigoni appeared blindfolded with a bruised face.

The accompanying Arabic text said: "The Italian hostage entered our land only to spread corruption." It described Italy as "the infidel state".

On the day he was abducted, Arrigoni had written three posts on his Guerilla Radio blog: a report on the deaths of four men in the south of Gaza in a collapsed tunnel and comments on Silvio Berlusconi, the Italian prime minister, and Hosni Mubarak, the former Egyptian president.

He was last seen at a Gaza City gym on Wednesday and from there he ordered food by telephone but never arrived at the restaurant to pick it up.

Ministry spokesman Ehab al-Ghussein said he was killed "in an awful way".

The abduction highlights challenges that Hamas — an Iran-backed group with a militant Islamist ideology, considered a terrorist organization by the U.S., the European Union and Israel — has faced from smaller Islamic factions in Gaza. Some of these, including the one behind Arrigoni's abduction, are inspired by the world jihad movements.

Small groups, inspired by other Islamist groups have emerged and find willing supporters among young people in Gaza.

The Army of Islam emerged from the Popular Resistance Committee and initially carried out operations with Hamas such as the kidnapping of Gilad Shalit in 2006. When relations between Hamas and the Army of Islam broke down the Army began kidnapping foreigners, including two people from Fox TV in 2006 and the BBC's Alan Johnston in 2007. Johnston was held for four months before he was released unharmed.

Since then Hamas has worked hard to suppress groups that challenge its authority. Many of the leaders of the Army of Islam, who were mostly from the Dogmush family, were killed or arrested by Hamas and some were also killed in Israeli air attacks.

In 2009, Sheikh Abdel Latif Moussa proclaimed an Islamic emirate from his mosque in Rafah. Hamas forces surrounded the mosque and killed the sheikh and 23 of his followers. The group had previously launched an unsuccessful attack on Israeli border positions.

Another group called the Sword of Truth has bombed internet cafes and beauty parlours and was believed to have been behind the murder of a Christian bookseller in 2007.

Tawheed and Jihad, which means the oneness of God and holy war, were led in Gaza by Sheikh Abu Walid-al-Maqdas, a Jordanian Palestinian who was arrested by Hamas last month.

Arrigoni's kidnappers gave a Friday deadline for the release of the sheikh but the Italian was believed to have been killed soon after his abduction .
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PostFri Apr 15, 2011 5:16 pm » by Gunzenbomz


RIP, glad he didn't get this throat cut.
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PostFri Apr 15, 2011 5:36 pm » by Tuor10


Those savage animals should be hunted down and executed.

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PostFri Apr 15, 2011 5:54 pm » by Ironlikealion


oh don't worry I'm pretty sure hamas will execute them ,this is a direct
assault on the hamas government authority , they wont have that , now
they are forced to show the people of Gaza who's the boss, or more
groups will pop up like mushrooms after the rain .
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PostFri Apr 15, 2011 5:56 pm » by 99socks


tuor10 wrote:Those savage animals should be hunted down and executed.



The US and the rest of the world needs to stay out and let them fight amongst themselves.
I can't speak about how much of the Constitution is in effect anymore... But thank God we still somewhat resemble a Republic and not a democracy!


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PostFri Apr 15, 2011 5:59 pm » by Tuor10


99socks wrote:
tuor10 wrote:Those savage animals should be hunted down and executed.



The US and the rest of the world needs to stay out and let them fight amongst themselves.


I agree, but this seems to be quite prevalent among radical Mohammedans.
The Italian guy was on their side. He was there to help their cause.
Alas, Mohammedan cultism knows no bounds.
They just kill anything that doesn't swear allegiance to Allah!

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PostFri Apr 15, 2011 6:02 pm » by 99socks


tuor10 wrote:Alas, Mohammedan cultism knows no bounds.
They just kill anything that doesn't swear allegiance to Allah!



Pretty much.
I can't speak about how much of the Constitution is in effect anymore... But thank God we still somewhat resemble a Republic and not a democracy!


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PostFri Apr 15, 2011 6:04 pm » by Tuor10


ironlikealion wrote:oh don't worry I'm pretty sure hamas will execute them ,this is a direct
assault on the hamas government authority , they wont have that , now
they are forced to show the people of Gaza who's the boss, or more
groups will pop up like mushrooms after the rain .


As another poster pointed out - I would be quite happy to leave them to their own devices.
Islam is to decadent and anachronistic. It cannot live within a global community without having the intrinsic need to forcibly spread their religion.
I live in Britain and have witnessed first hand their disdain for the west.
The irony is most of them were born here and have been been given every opportunity to lead productive lives; instead, they choose to turn to savagery and ignorance.

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PostFri Apr 15, 2011 6:05 pm » by Giusdude


era meglio se si faceva i cazzi suoi.
better if he had not minged, basically....

nobody other than the people involved should interfere with this.
they are both wrong, one way or the other.
taking sides does not help anybody...
as long as there's one idiot around wlling to believe bullshit, there will be a bullshitter

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PostFri Apr 15, 2011 6:10 pm » by Boondox681


question.
i'm assuming this guy lived in italy and went down there just to protest?or did he live down there?
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