And yet the President and his administration continue to refuse calling these acts of terrorism - I wonder what it would take for the President to use the "T" word - another 9/11? Use of chemical and bio weapons? A dirty bomb? A high-yield nuke? The only thing the coward terrorists fear is overwhelming, coordinated and relentless force being brought down upon them. I wonder what the followers of the "Religion of Peace" have to say about this latest barbaric act? http://heavy.com/news/2015/02/isis-...ian-beheading-video-stills-pictures-photos/4/ http://heavy.com/news/2015/02/mass-christian-beheading-islam-muslim-isis-egyptian-coptic/ The Islamic State has released a video allegedly showing the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians who had been kidnapped in Libya. The video was released on a ISIS-affiliated Twitter account. Coptic Christians are the largest Christian denomination in Egypt. Christianity was the dominant religion in Egypt from 400–800 A.D. before the Muslim conquests. Screen grabs of the massacre here. To find out more about this latest development, click here. This latest terrorist event follows a European terrorist attack by Omar El-Hussein that killed 2 people. The 21 Christians, who are Egyptians by birth, were captured in Libya by ISIS. The victims, all men, are shown wearing orange jumpsuits being forced to walk on a beach, then kneel, where they are ultimately killed. The video was released on a Twitter feed known to be used by Islamist militants. According to al-Jazeera, members of the group perpetrating the mass beheading, are taking revenge for “Muslim women persecuted by Coptic crusaders in Egypt.” Two people were killed this weekend in the Danish city of Copenhagen, when a gunman opened fire at a cafe that was hosting a controversial cartoonist in a discussion on free speech and blasphemy. About 10 hours later, police say the same suspect, Omar El-Hussein, killed a security guard at a Bat Mitzvah outside a Copenhagen synagogue. No organizations have accepted responsibility for those attacks and police say El-Hussein may have been inspired by the January attacks on the Paris Charlie Hebdo headquarters and a Jewish supermarket.