When Khaled Saad answers his phone there is often a voice on the other end threatening to behead him.
Right now a young woman whose husband tried to behead her is recovering from her injuries in a Ghor hospital.
I suspect the Brits used to behead people for lesser breaches of protocol.
They not only kill soldiers in battle, they behead them and burn them.
I would sooner hang or fry a hundred wretched burghers, or behead a score of knights, than touch this friar.
There was a Thorpe among the judges who voted to behead him.
But if Paine was so fit for such a Convention, why should they behead him?
Therefore, in order to realize the perfection, let us behead them.
There was a paddle at one end, with enough of an edge to behead a prawn, and the other end had been worked to a point.
Furious at the insult, he issued orders to behead all Jains.
a method of taking away life practised among the Egyptians (Gen. 40:17-19). There are instances of this mode of punishment also among the Hebrews (2 Sam. 4:8; 20:21,22; 2 Kings 10:6-8). It is also mentioned in the New Testament (Matt. 14:8-12; Acts 12:2).