STARING AT EVIL: Images of the Demonic Taliban Gunmen who Slaughtered and Burned 132 School Children


What these terrorists did was nothing but demonic. Those are the faces of evil above and they need to be destroyed.

Horrifying pictures have emerged showing the Taliban gun squad who slaughtered 132 innocent children as it was revealed the terror group is planning more attacks at schools in Pakistan.

Released by the terror group’s spokesman Mohammad Khurasani, the photographs show six heavily armed men posing in front of a white Islamic banner shortly before the attack in Peshawar.

In an email released this morning, Khurasani attempted to justify the attack by claiming that said the Pakistani army has long killed the innocent children and families of Taliban fighters.

He vowed more such militant attacks and told Pakistani civilians to detach themselves from all military institution, adding: ‘We are still able to carry out major attacks. This was just the trailer.’

This morning, a Peshawar began the harrowing process of conducting mass funerals, the family of a teacher torched alive in front of her class by the men gathered to say funeral prayers.

Three photographs of the murders were released by the Pakistani Taliban this morning.

The group are seen wearing full military fatigues and posing in front of a white banner daubed with religious slogans.

It is not known whether the photographs were taken on the day of the Peshawar massacre, but all six men pose with assault rifles and appear primed for combat.

The emergence of the photographs comes as it was revealed the man who ordered the bloody slaughter of the 132 children is Maulana Fazlullah – the head of the country’s Taliban terror group and a man whose previous crimes include ordering the murder of teenage education campaigner Malala Yousafzai.

The firebrand militant, whose thick black beard reaches halfway down his chest, took control of the Pakistani Taliban 13 months ago, and it is thought yesterday’s massacre may have been his barbaric revenge for Malala, 17, being award the Nobel Peace Prize earlier this year.

Whatever his twisted motive, Fazlullah has succeeded in uniting the world in revulsion once again.

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