VIDEOS: Ashura in America — Muslims take over streets of Chicago, Houston, Dallas, New York

If these images disturb you, or arouse concern, clearly you haven’t evolved to enough to appreciate the wonders of multiculturalism. Savagery — the new leftist modernism.

Ashura: Shi’ite Muslims all around the world had been beating themselves with sharp blades, masking their bodies in mud and lighting bonfires within the streets to mourn the death of the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson these days.

While Sunni Muslims also commemorate the Ashura – the 10th of Muharram in Islamic calendar – for Shiites, the murder of Hussein and his family by the army of the Ummayad Caliph Yazid marks the formal split from the religious establishment. Every year, Shiites (the followers of Ali – cousin of Islam’s prophet Muhammad and Hussein’s father) relive the battle of Karbala and mourn Hussein’s death.

Self flagellation on Ashura.

Pics from all over the world, confirmed shockingly younger boys lashing their personal backs with small knives and chains. Lots of men performed the identical brutal exercise in Lebanon, Bangladesh, Iraq, Pakistan and Myanmar and even Athens, Greece.

The bloody rituals had been a part of the holy Day of Ashura, while Shi’ite Muslims take into account the loss of life of Imam Hussein at the battle of Karbala in 680 AD.

Here’s what it looks like across the world – scroll down for Ashura in America:

A Lebanese Shi'ite Muslim man holds his son as he bleeds after he was cut on the forehead with a razor during a religious procession to mark Ashura in Nabatiyeh

A Lebanese Shi’ite Muslim man holds his son as he bleeds after he was cut on the forehead with a razor during a religious procession to mark Ashura in Nabatiyeh

Iraqi Shi'ite Muslims gash the forehead of a boy with a sword during the religious festival of Ashura in Baghdad

Iraqi Shi’ite Muslims gash the forehead of a boy with a sword during the religious festival of Ashura in Baghdad

Hundreds of thousands gathered in Karbala, Iraq, where security forces protected their Ashura procession

Hundreds of thousands gathered in Karbala, Iraq, where security forces protected their Ashura procession

An Iraqi Shiite Muslim uses a knife to cut the top of a boy's head as they take part in a traditional mourning event during Ashura, a festival previously attacked by Islamic State

An Iraqi Shiite Muslim uses a knife to cut the top of a boy’s head as they take part in a traditional mourning event during Ashura, a festival previously attacked by Islamic State

This Iraqi Shiite Muslim child was one of millions across the world to take part in the Ashura celebration, which centres on flagellation 

This Iraqi Shiite Muslim child was one of millions across the world to take part in the Ashura celebration, which centres on flagellation

The faithful cut themselves to mark the holy day in Basra as part of a procession mourning Mohammed's grandson

The faithful cut themselves to mark the holy day in Basra as part of a procession mourning Mohammed’s grandson

Pilgrims in Karbala, Iraq, where 25,000 members of the security forces were deployed to protect the procession from terrorists such as Islamic State

Read more: Daily Mail 

Video: Muslims takeover streets of Chicago, Houston, Dallas, New York

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Did you see any of these events on your local and national newscasts? They’ll give you a glimpse of what the Muslim invasion looks like.

Chicago, Illinois – a two-hour procession through the streets.

Houston, Texas – the audio sounds enhanced to make it sound like a much bigger crowd but it’s a sizable gathering.

Dallas, Texas – another sizable gathering of Muslims in the streets.

Queens, New York

The same Muslims got bloody last year.

Brooklyn, New York

Manhattan, NYC

Virginia

There’s many more in other cities. Some bloody, others not.

And the Shia are a minority.

EDITORS NOTE: This column with images and videos originally appeared in The Geller Report:

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