By Theodore Shoebat
A Muslim man in England, named Aras Hussein, beheaded his girl friend, Reema Ramzam, after voices told him to do so. He revealed his demonic revelation:
I heard voices in Kurdish, more than one voice, and they talked to each other. I said to Reema, “Let’s kill ourselves’. She did not say anything. She picked up two knives. Reema stabbed my chest, I stabbed her chest. I heard voices saying ‘police are watching you”
It is also said that he has smeared feces all over his hospital rooms and prison cell, after hearing ‘commands’ from the voices. He has also been observed ‘jumping around his room’, another sign of demonic possession.
According to prosecutor Graham Reeds, on the night of the murder Hussein was seen naked in his flat and covered in blood. Hussein admitted:
She like me but I raped her. What I did was wrong. I need punishing for it.
Demonic possession is an innate part of Islam, and to prove this one may just look to Muhammad the founder of Islam himself.
According to the Islamic scholar Alfred Guillaume, Muhammad’s “inspiration and religious experiences are remarkably similar to those found in some form of spiritism. Shamanism, for example is notorious for fostering periods of mental disruption as well as spirit-possession. Significantly, Muhammad experienced Shaman-like encounters.”
During Muhammad’s aspirations for prophethood, Islam records that he actually first considered himself a “Sahir.” According to Alfred Guillaum a Sahir was a “man with a mysterious esoteric knowledge which was generally attributed to a familiar spirit called a jinn or shaytan [devil].”
Sahirs were considered wizards who “believed in the demon of poetry, and they thought that a great poet was directly inspired by demons.” Hasan ibn Thabit, a fellow poet and close friend of Muhammad, and one who praised him in his poetry, communicated with a female jinn who inspired his poetry: “[she] met him in one of the streets of Medina, leaped upon him and pressed him down.”
Jinns were considered “his brothers” who “weave for him artistic words…sent down to him from heaven in the night season.”
Even Muhammad himself at first believed that he was demon possessed and became distraught, even suicidal:
So I [Mohammed] read it, and he [Jibril] departed from me. And I awoke from my sleep, and it was as though these words were written on my heart…thought, ‘Woe is me poet or possessed…I will go to the top of the mountain and throw myself down that I may kill myself and gain rest.’ So I went forth to do so and then when I was midway on the mountain, I heard a voice from heaven saying, O Mohammed! Thou are the apostle of God and I am Gabriel.
Muhammad himself was possessed and even admitted to having a legion of demons living within him. As the hadith of Bukhari states
Allah’s Messenger said: ‘Everyone has an attaché from amongst the jinn (devils)…’ The Prophet’s com- panions asked Allah’s Messenger, is there one with you too.’ He said: ‘Yes, but Allah helps me so I am safe from his hand and he does not command me but for good.’
So since every Muslim is possessed, there is nothing incorrect to say that demonic possession is an innate part of Islam.
I write in great detail on Islamic demonic possession in my book, For God or For Tyranny. Get a copy of the book today and educate yourself on the satanic realities of Islam.
Within a decade from now, the Muslim practice of beheading will increase tremendously, and via Muslim immigration and Islamic outreach into western societies, we will see this trend happening daily here in the streets of the U.S. and in Europe.
The story will be repeated many times in the future. The possessed Muslim who did this was from Iraq, and since there will be many immigrants coming from this country and from Syria, this prediction will soon become as clear as day.