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Burning
Islam Burning In deep purple flame Stapled to the cross While the peasants yell below Demon demon demon Black flags rise Hearts fail to beat Humanity has lost this score The axe swings in the air Freedom at last From Islam’s beasts My head tumbles into the dust I am now an icon of the history I so loved I am Khalid al-Asaad Your humble servant of antiquity Aug 19, 2015 In memory of Khalid al-Assad murdered by Islamic cowards. Islamic State militants beheaded a renowned antiquities scholar in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra and hung his mutilated body on a column in a main square of the historic site because he apparently refused to reveal where valuable artefacts had been moved for safekeeping. According to Syrian state news agency Sana and the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Asaad was beheaded in front of dozens of people on Tuesday in a square outside the town’s museum. His body was then taken to Palmyra’s archaeological site and hung from one of the Roman columns. “Al-Asaad was a treasure for Syria and the world,” his son-in-law, Khalil Hariri, told the Associated Press. “Why did they kill him? Their systematic campaign seeks to take us back into pre-history. But they will not succeed.”
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