Monday, February 8, 2016

Islamic invasion of Europe update (February 8, 2016)

Russia: FSB Security Forces apprehended 7 ISIS jihadists planning large scale terror attack in Moscow and St. Petersburg

(RT) Seven Islamic State members preparing terror acts in Moscow and St. Petersburg have been detained in the city of Ekaterinburg in the Urals Region, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said. The leader of the group came to Russia from Turkey.

After terror acts in Russia’s two largest cities, as well as the Sverdlovsk Region, where the city of Ekaterinburg is located, members of the terror group planned to flee to Syria where parts of territory are under control of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).

The gunmen were planning to carry out "high-profile terrorist attacks using self-made explosive devices," the FSB said, as reported by Russian media.

The authorities also found IED components, electric detonators, hand grenades, handguns and extremist reading matter.

The extremists in the terror cell are citizens of Russia and some Central Asian countries.

MOSCOW, Russia (NBC) — Russia's security services arrested seven suspected ISIS militants who were planning terror attacks on St. Petersburg and Moscow, officials said Monday.

Russia's Federal Security Bureau, said explosives, detonators, grenades and guns were found in the homes of the detained suspects.

The suspects were planning to go fight with ISIS in Syria after carrying out their attacks in Russia, it said.

The seven — "citizens of Russia and [countries of] the Central Asian region" — were detained Sunday in the Urals city of Yekaterinburg, some 900 miles to the east of Moscow, the FSB said in a statement.

They were preparing "terrorist attacks using homemade bombs to take place in Moscow, St. Petersburg and the Sverdlovsk region [whose capital is Yekaterinburg]," it added, saying the suspected ringleader had come to Russia from Turkey.

"Searches in the houses of the detained suspects have uncovered a D.I.Y. explosives lab, explosives, electric detonators, firearms, grenades, bomb components and extremist literature," the statement said.

Russia has been fighting in Syria's civil war for four months, launching attacks on groups including ISIS.

Sunday, February 7, 2016

British pro-Palestinian "peace activist" turned ISIS torturer traveled to Gaza with George Galloway

Alexander Kotey, an associate of Mohammed Emwazi aka 'Jihadi John', becomes second British jihadi exposed as ISIS torturer.
(INN) Another western-born jihadi who held western hostages before they were executed by ISIS has been identified as a British man, who once traveled to Gaza with notorious anti-Israel MP George Galloway.

Alexander Kotey, a 32-year-old convert to Islam, is the son of a Greek Cypriot and Ghanaian immigrants who lived in West London before moving to Syria to join the so-called "Islamic State." His identity was revealed in a joint expose by the Washington Post and Buzzfeed News.

Kotey attended the same "Al Manaar" mosque as Mohammed Emwazi - the infamous ISIS executioner better known by his media moniker "Jihadi John" - who was killed in a US drone strike late last year. According to one former associate, Kotey was often among a group of extremists who regularly manned a stand outside the mosque, "to openly preach and argue about what they thought was their cause or ideology."

According to the report, Kotey and Emwazi were both part of a group of British ISIS jailers, known due to their distinctive British accents as "The Beatles", who tortured and brutalized the western hostages in their custody. While European hostages were all eventually released in return for ransoms, the British and American hostages were all executed by Emwazi in gruesome, videotaped beheadings. Emwazi also executed two Japanese hostages captured later by the Islamist terror group.

While there were several groups of jailers who held the hostages at one point or another, the British contingent were known to be the most brutal. At times, they staged mock executions or forced the prisoners to fight each other for their amusement, according to testimonies from former hostages.

Kotey's involvement in the group was confirmed by unnamed US intelligence sources, as well as sources on the ground in Syria.

Prior to leaving the UK Kotey was a key member of a Muslim gang known as the London Boys, which became known to police for advocating violence, particularly after several gang members were involved in terrorist plots.

In 2009, Kotey left the UK along with Reza Afsharzadegan - a leader of the London Boys - as part of a convoy to support Hamas in Gaza led by then-MP George Galloway. The so-called "Viva Palestina" initiative was comprised of 110 vehicles, and all the cash and aid it raised was handed directly to Gaza's Islamist rulers. Today, Galloway is standing for election as Mayor of London.

Nine convoy participants were arrested by British security forces on terrorism charges before they were able to depart, though all were later released without charge.

British jihadis - many of them born in the UK - have figured significantly among the group's western recruits, both in terms of numbers and their relatively high profiles due to their value as propaganda tools.

Earlier this year, an ISIS execution video featured yet another British-accented jihadist, who analysts believe has already been identified by intelligence agencies.

3rd intifada: Israel under terror (February 4-7, 2016)

Islamic invasion of Europe update (February 7, 2016)

On which side is Denmark?
Posted by Geert Wilders supporters on Friday, February 5, 2016

She was knocked unconscious then sexually assaulted as she walked home from Cologne carnival
Posted by Geert Wilders supporters on Saturday, February 6, 2016

Egyptian police shoot 4 jihadists in raid near Cairo

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian police shot dead four suspected Islamist militants inside a house a few miles from central Cairo, the interior ministry said on Sunday, the third such incident in as many weeks.

It said the men belonged to Ajnad Misr, a group that emerged in January 2014 and has targeted security forces in and around Cairo. The suspects had opened fire first, it said.

"Engagement resulted in the death of four known elements and the uncovering of an assault rifle, a 9mm pistol, an improvised firearm, a car previously used in many terrorist attacks, and a motorcycle without license plates," a ministry statement said.

The men were suspects in the killing of two policemen, a soldier and a civilian and they were also suspected of blowing up a police vehicle and bombing a security checkpoint, it said.


Spain arrests 7 jihadists in raid

MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish police arrested seven people with suspected links to Islamist militant groups on Sunday in a dawn raid in the Mediterranean regions of Alicante and Valencia and in Spain's north African enclave Ceuta, the Interior Ministry said.

It said those arrested were suspected of operating a supply network for Islamist fighters in Syria and Iraq, sending money, guns, computer equipment and material for making explosives in sealed containers under the guise of humanitarian relief.

Five of the suspects were Spaniards of Syrian, Jordanian and Moroccan descent and the remaining two were a Syrian and a Moroccan, the ministry said in a statement. Police searched homes, businesses and warehouses as part of the operation.

Sunday's swoop was the result of two years of investigation into the ring by authorities. The arrested people had carried out their activities in other European countries before settling in Spain, the ministry said.

Spain arrested 102 people with suspected links to Islamist militants last year, more than twice the number arrested in the previous year as police stepped up security measures following attacks in Paris in January 2015.

Palestinians are feeling neglected: "Do we have to hijack planes for you to care about our cause?"

(JPost) A senior Palestinian Authority official has suggested that the West ignores the Palestinians when they maintain security, rhetorically asking if they have to resort to "hijacking planes" and "destroying airports" to garner Western support for the Palestinian cause.

In an interview translated by MEMRI on the PA-backed station Awdha TV last week, Nabil Sha'ath asserted that being moderate does not turn heads.

He sought to substantiate his claim by drawing attention to the ongoing refugee situation in Europe: "If the Syrian problem had not been exported to Europe - through refugees, on the one hand, and terrorism, on the other - the Europeans would not have cared even if the entire Syrian people had died."

Sha'ath stated that the European decision to finally deal with the Syrian crisis was not motivated by good-willed humanitarianism, but rather by a fear that the massive influx of "non-Anglo-Saxon" refugees would alter the composition of the population.

"But when all of a sudden there were four million Syrian refugees in Europe, and when this was accompanied by ISIS operations in France and started a debate about racial transformation, the entrance of non-white, non-European races," he said in the interview.

The former lead PLO negotiator also discussed a proposal for an international peace conference, saying that while he would prefer something smaller, anything was preferred over American-mediated peace talks.

Sha'ath charged that the US has never been "a reliable, honest broker" of efforts toward peace, attributing Washington's incompetence as a mediator to its position as "the strategic ally of Israel."

Muslim "Refugees", Kicked Out Of Norway For "Bad Behavior", Go Clubbing In Russia, Harass Girls, Wake Up In Hospital The Next Morning

(TheDC) A group of 51 refugees were brutally assaulted outside a night club in Murmansk, Russia, after they groped and molested women at a night club Saturday.

The refugees had previously been ordered to leave Norway for “bad behavior” and tried their luck in Russia. What they didn’t realize when they went out clubbing in Murmansk is that Russians have less tolerance when it comes to sexual assault on local women than other European countries.

The refugees allegedly groped and harassed women in a similar manner as the assaults in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. A group of male Russian took them aside to “educate” them that “Cologne is 2,500 kilometers south of here.”

The refugees tried to flee but were quickly captured by the Russians. They then took them out to the street and gave them a beating they will remember. Police arrived to break up the fight but locals report that they threw a few punches at the refugees before arresting 33 of them. Eighteen refugees were in such bad condition they had to be take to the hospital.

Police decided to let the beatings slide and didn’t file a report. The only thing they could confirm was that there was “a mass brawl involving refugees.”

Video of Syrian army advance into Aleppo

(Damascus) With the support of the Russians, the Syrian Government has not only halted the advance of the Islamist rebels trying to take over the country, they have actually taken the fight back to these mindless thugs whose sole aim is to carve out a new caliphate. These past few days the Syrian Government has advanced into the city of Aleppo, which has been recorded by some bright spark and uploaded to the net.

Interesting to see Syria using the Russian T-90MS tanks which are fitted with the Arena Active Protection System (APS) which, like the Israeli Trophy system, is designed to stop anti-tank missiles from spoiling your day.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

10-year-old boy raped in Austria by Iraqi asylum seeker

(Wien) News is emerging about how the Austrian police are only now releasing the story over how a 20-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker raped a 10- year-old child last December because, I quote,
it was a “sexual emergency”.
Yup, it appears that after 4 months without sex, Achmed the Arab decided to bugger a 10-year-old child because he needed to empty his sack. After raping the child, instead of running away, he continued to enjoy himself at the swimming pool, apparently presuming he was safe from the law, as he is:
  1. A Muslim
  2. An asylum seeker
When arrested by the police, he admitted that he knew he had made “a huge mistake” and that he had left a “big scar on the boy”. But he said he had “followed his desires,” adding: “I haven’t had sex for four months.”

Kind of explains why many Austrian swimming pools started banning immigrants, that is until the do-gooders protested. What is even more disturbing is the Austrian police have only just now released this story.