Video Shows Dog Being Blown Up

Update: video apparently removed from YouTube by video owner.  Check websites below for more info.

Dog Killers in Honduras.

This supposedly took place on January 1st 2015. A group of Honduras teenagers strapped Fireworks to a defenseless dog and – after a brief struggle – managed to blow it up.

The incident is believed to have taken place in the town of El Negrito, Yoro province, in Honduras.

Local media reported that the youths, aged between 17 and 19, were just fined £60, or about $90 for killing the dog.

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Video by “Sexy Italian Girls”

Pregnant Austrian Teens In ISIS Now Feel They’ve Made A Huge Mistake


Two teenage girls who abandoned their families in Austria to become jihadis for ISIS feel they’ve made a terrible mistake by joining the terrorist lifestyle.

Samra Kesinovic, 17, and Sabina Selimovic, 15, are believed to be married, pregnant and living in the Islamic State-controlled city of Raqqa in northern Syria, Central European News (CEN) reports.

The change of heart is much different than the feelings shown in the note they left behind for their parents when they fled back in April, which read: “Don’t look for us. We will serve Allah — and we will die for him.”

Kesinovic and Selimovic grew up in Vienna, where they grew accustomed to talking to whomever they wanted, saying what they wanted, and wearing the clothes they liked. They did not have to live a life being controlled by people telling them what they can and cannot do.

But Kesinovic and Selimovic decided to leave all that behind and live with the same people they’ve now grown to hate.
For weeks, social media accounts believed to belong to the girls have been posting pictures and information leading many to feel they enjoyed living a life of terror.

Authorities in Austria say this was all a plan set up by ISIS in order to get people to think the two wanted to be the poster girls for jihad in Syria.

Now Austrian media are reporting that Kesinovic and Selimovic have said enough is enough and want to return to their families, according to CEN.