COMPLETE VIDEO Islamic Terror in Mumbai: Actual Dispatches: “This is a struggle between Islam and Unbelievers, We are the People God has Chosen to Defend Against the Unbelievers”

Terror master on intercept with Muslim terror foot soldiers  in Mumbai:

Kill all hostages, except the two Muslims. Keep your phone switched on so that
When asked during interrogation why Nariman House was specifically targetted, Ajmal reportedly told the police they wanted to sent a message to Jews across the world by attacking the ultra orthodox synagogue.

According to the statement by Ajmal, Khan told Babar and Nasir that even if the others failed in their operation, they both could not afford to. “The Nariman House operation has to be a success,” the officer said, quoting from Ajmal’s statement.

The untold story of 2008’s terrorist attack on the Indian city of Mumbai. The story is told in the words of its victims and the gunmen. Produced and directed by award-winning filmmaker Dan Reed, Terror in Mumbai tells the story of what happened when 10 gunmen held one of the world’s busiest cities hostage; killing and wounding hundreds of people while holding India’s crack security forces at bay.

Islamic Jew hatred. The videos show the events. They show no remorse. Brutal murders, up close, but they kill for jihad, for Islam. One witness at the railway station: “There was a baby. His mother was still alive next to him. The baby started to cry so the mother picked him up, and was shot dead.”

Featuring footage of the attacks and interviews with senior police officers and hostages, including the testimony from Kasab – the sole surviving gunman, Dispatches reveals what happened, hour by hour, from the perspective of the security forces, the terrorists, their masterminds and the victims.

The murderers were “very, very happy, talking, smiling”.

Link: Terror in Mumbai complete

Disturbing photographs made available to this newspapers
by police sources indicate that several of the guests at the Taj Mahal
Hotel during the siege November 26 were sexually humiliated by the
terrorists and then shot dead.

Police sources confirm that even
as the terrorists were engaged in a fierce combat with NSG commandos,
they were humiliating their hostages before ending their terrifying

Foreign guests were their particular target. Eight of the 31 killed at the Taj were foreign nationals.

taken by a police forensic team after the hotel was sanitised yield a
gruesome picture of some of the guests in the nude.

bodies were found away from the hotel’s swimming pool which makes it
clear that they were not those guests who were taken hostage from the

“Even the Rabbi and his wife at Nariman House were
sexually assaulted and their genitalia mutilated,” said a senior
officer of the investigating team, not wishing to be quoted.

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