(Ankara) Hot on the good news that Turkey has managed to secure the release of its 49 diplomatic staff taken hostage by ISIS. Comes the revelation that the Turkish authorities are on the look out for 22 vehicle born bombs hidden away inside the country to be used by ISIS (And their ilk) in which to take action agaisnt the interlopers who sit unlawfully where the last Islamic caliphate sat.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
(Beirut) Israel today admitted that one of its UAVs crashed 15 miles inside Lebanon today. The entire Islamic hemisphere is ablaze with this latest example of
Jewish Zionist intolerance towards its peaceful neighbours: Kuwait, Iran,Pakistan, Lebanon, Bangladesh,. The drone in question is/was a Skylark, a small handheld UAV with a range of around 60 Kms used by frontline troops to garner real time information from the area in front of them. Here is what it looks like:
a third Lebanese army captive by Syrian terrorists garners no Islamic outrage.
(Egypt) It seems that the people inside Gaza are somewhat adapt at digging tunnels and even with both Egypt and Israel attempting to curtail the activities of the Gazan moles, it doesn't take them long to start digging for victory. Which is why today 3 young men emerged into the Egyptian countryside from a hole in the ground and tried to mingle, they ignored all requests to stop by the Egyptian army, until that is one of them was shot dead. they then decided that discretion is the better part of valour.
(Syria) Al Nusra Front one of the Islamic terrorist groups which invaded Lebanon last month after one of its leaders was arrested by the Lebanese army on trying to enter the country on a bit of R&R, have decided to execute one of the 30 plus hostages they crawled back across the border with, in which to terrorise the Lebanese people to pressure the Lebanese government to hand over those Islamic terrorists they captured up to no good inside Lebanon. (Something about taking control of the town of Arsal by the use of the bullet and the bomb resulting in the deaths of over 100 people)
This is why Lebanese Army soldier 'Mohammad Maarouf Hammieh' (A shia no less) was murdered by his so called (Sunni) Islamic brothers. Isn't Islam the so called religion of peace great? Oh hang on before anybody corrects me, I don't know anything about the true meaning of Islam, Islam means peace and these people are not Muslims. As an Apostate from Islam what would I know eh!
Friday, September 19, 2014
"This morning at 9:40am our Rafale jets launched a first strike against a logistics depot of the terrorists," President Francois Hollande's office said in a statement issued shortly after the raids.This was followed up by the release of a picture montage which showed the target before, during and after the airstrike. To be honest, it wasn't that large a target.
But, I suppose, every little bit helps.
Hatice refused the request and went about her way. However, the young man concerned was having none of this and confronted Hatice, and after he failed to convince her to elope with him, he murdered her by stabbing her 15 times.
The police have now arrested the murderous twat. It now transpires that the knife happy thug had served jail time for stabbing both his father and his brother.
Just what is it about Islamic honour which allows men to think they can control women?
While the Lebanese army have stuck to their word, Allah's favourite Syrian terrorists haven't (well, they did come off worse), and still smarting from that good kicking and how 3 of their own have been arrested in Lebanon over the beheading of a Lebanese soldier the other week, they decided to have a dig at the nasty Lebanese people across the border. I mean, how dare they stop Islamic terrorists crossing the border for a little bit of R&R? Which is why they detonated a roadside bomb as an armoured personnel carrier drove past, killing 2 soldiers.
It appears that the conflict in Syria has sucked in yet another country.
The Israeli media states that the two people detained were both males.
Ankawa (AsiaNews) - For the first time in history, Iraqi Christians who always had a "high standard of education" in the region, are being deprived of the right to study and cannot attend schools. This represents a further threat to the survival of the minority, not only in Iraq but throughout the Middle East, because there is not the risk that an entire generation "will not be educated", which is a "very bad sign". The warning comes from Msgr. Shimoun Emil Nona, Chaldean Archbishop of Mosul, in the north, the second most important city in the country and first city to fall into the hands of the militia of the Islamic State.
Interviewed by AsiaNews, the prelate confirms that "currently children from many of the refugee families" as well as "children who live in Christian areas" cannot start the school year. "There are about 700 schools scattered between Erbil, Ankawa and Zakkho - he explains - but they are hosting displaced people and are full. In other non-Christian areas the lessons have begun, but not here". Moreover in the areas occupied by the Islamic Caliphate the curriculum has been changed to promote Islam and the Koran. [...]
An Mosul elementary school teacher of mathematics and Arabic states that "we are in 2014, but it seems have regressed 14 centuries." 95% of the 2,450 schools in the area - Mosul and Nineveh Plain - are in the hands of the Islamists, who have forbidden mixed classes and have closed the Faculty of Law, because "conventional law is no longer in force." Rigid rules, imposed by force, are increasingly arousing the impatience of the local population. If at first people saw them as liberators from a central government (under former Shiite Prime Minister al-Maliki) regarded as the oppressor, today 98% of the people - as reported by an academic in Mosul - "would like to see them gone as soon as possible".
Which is why days after over 800 police in Australia carried out raids amongst the Islamic community in which to clamp down on a call by Muslims to behead an Australian in public, the Islamic community are incandescent with rage over how a mullah was stopped for a few hours before he flew out to Saudi Arabia. I quote the so called Grand Mufti of Australia, Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohammad:
“It is totally unacceptable for any Australian citizen, let alone a senior member of ANIC [Australian National Imams Council], to be subjected to this seemingly random yet profiled manner causing severe stress and unwanted inconvenience.”Yeah, for reasons totally Islamic, people like me have to take off their shoes, remove their belts, remove batteries from electrical items and answer lots of questions, yet when this happens to a senior religious Muslim then the shit hits the fan. But hang on, where was this faux outrage from the Islamic community during 9/11, the liquid bomb plot, Bali, Madrid, London? Exactly. But while it is acceptable to delay non-Islamic travelers due to Islamic intolerance, when Islamic travelers are held up, then its a bloody human rights case.
(ITV) Turkish forces have stopped thousands of Kurds fleeing Islamic State fighters in northern Syria from crossing the border.
About 3,000 people have fled their homes after the militants used tanks to seize control of 21 Kurdish villages in the Kobani area near the Turkish border.
For more than a year, Islamic State and Kurdish militias have clashed in the area, but IS appeared to have gained the upper hand since Wednesday.
A spokesman for Syria's powerful Kurdish Democratic Union Party called on Kurds around the world to come to Syria to defend Kobani.
While Kerry wasted his time in Israel, Syria became a jihadist den, Iraq fell apart and ISIS grew stronger
(Ynet) Only about two years ago, US Secretary of State John Kerry was convinced that he had found the Archimedean point, which if he would hold onto, he would be able to solve all the problems of the Middle East – Israel.
This was also the perception of President Barack Obama and his Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel: A solution in Israel would allow stability in all of the Middle East.
This delusional perception is a continuation of the decades-long approach that Israel is the root of all problems in the Middle East, a sort of almost anti-Semitic approach. Our conflict has been so inflated by politicians and academics, that over the years many have fallen into the trap of thinking that we really are the problem.
Now that same Kerry is trying to build a "coalition" to fight ISIS, and he didn't even bother to come to Israel, because what good can Israel do? Are we Sunnis or Shiites? Or maybe we are part of the conflict of Arab nationalism against radical Islam?
Indeed, he was very late in understanding that not only are we not an Archimedean point with which the problems of the Middle East can be solved, but that we have a very weak connection to these problems. Only now, the Americans have realized that our conflict is at the margins of the margins of the real problems in the region.
But in the meantime, two years have passed. While Kerry wasted at least 13 journeys here, which showed just how wrong the Americans were in understanding the Middle East, Syria became a den of jihadist murderers, Iraq fell apart and ISIS grew stronger, along with the Islamic defiance to forcibly establish an Islamic caliphate aspiring to reach Western Europe and the United States as well.
Kerry should have dedicated this time to the real problems, not to the imaginary problems, and everyone in the Middle East followed this waste of time and drew their own conclusions.
There is no wonder that the coalition the Americans are now recruiting is agreeing to take shape only through words. Washington's inability to understand the Middle East is still deterring, because for the local elements, misunderstanding means an existential danger. The Obama regime's misunderstanding is keeping every potential partner away from this coalition, as it is afraid that it will also be betrayed and abandoned by the Americans, as usual.
The Muslim sides in the Middle East want the United States to fight ISIS, and the US wants the local Muslim groups to fight this organization. Between all these, a real coalition is impossible and remains on the level of rhetoric.
What's irritating is that in the meantime, ISIS has not wasted any time and is now building a coalition based on passive armistice agreements, while Obama and Kerry's coalition is supposed to be based on active warfare, which no one is interested in, including the Americans themselves.
The ISIS coalition already includes Turkey, through which military equipment and thousands of fighters are flocking to the organization (ISIS already has 31,000 fighters, and they all arrived through Turkey), and it is even buying cheap oil from ISIS which is flowing to the country through pipes in Iraq and Syria. There is no point in establishing a global coalition against ISIS as long as Turkey supports this organization and ensures that it prospers.
The coalition includes some of the moderate rebels in Syria, and even Syrian President Bashar Assad is a quiet partner of ISIS, with an agreement not to fight each other.
It's such a shame that the US wasted so much time and effort on marginal things of secondary importance instead of immediately dealing with the main and key issues. Now it's already too late.
NEW YORK (JPost) - An omnibus bill full of measures improving the relationship between Israel and the United States has passed the US Senate, after delay since May.
The bill declares Israel a "major strategic partner" of the US, enhances Israel's trade status to expedite export licensing, increases cooperation on energy, water engineering, research and development, and expands authority for forward-deployed US weapons stockpiles in the Jewish state.
Here is a video of a drunk man who says 'Fuck Allah' in a fast food shop. Faster than you can utter 'Mohammed was a paedophile', some f-ing Muslim gets up, attacks the man and tries to justify his attack by claiming the man offended Allah. Err, you Muslim female sex organ, Allah is a myth. Typical Islamic religious bigot:
Yup, it seems that Muslims in Germany (as they do elsewhere) are more than happy to say nothing about their much more ideologically driven Islamic brothers and sisters and the things they get up to (rape/murder/drug running/terrorism/honour killings, etc.) until they feel they are victims of somebody giving them a dirty look. I mean come on, Muslims the world over are happy to admit to belonging to the fastest growing faith in the world, the second largest religion in their non-Islamic country, demand extra benefits for being Muslims, yet when idiots kill and murder from that ever special clique, they simply say... sorry, those people don't belong to our group, "they are not Muslims". But when somebody has a go back (even at Islamic terrorists) then they can only be eternal victims. Let's be honest here, when it comes to intolerance, we see a lot more from Muslims than the other way round. I'm not saying that makes it right, but the last I looked, less people physically attack Muslims than the other way around in the West.
Funny how they never see Jews in the same light with regards to Israel.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Well, I'd thought I'd heard it all, but ISIS take the biscuit in banning... math. Yes, Allah's favorite terrorists don't want young children to learn how to count, as they deem it... un-Islamic. I give up.
Video: New South Wales, Australia, police release footage of arrests made in Sydney counter-terrorism operation
(AFP) Survivors of the most deadly migrant shipwreck in years have described the horrifying moment traffickers capsized their boat and left them to drown, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) said Tuesday.So who were those traffickers?
"After they hit our boat they waited to make sure that it had sunk completely before leaving. They were laughing," one survivor told IOM.
Fresh witness testimony confirmed around 500 people drowned after their boat sank off Malta on Wednesday, including up to 100 children who had been making the treacherous journey from Egypt to Italy, according to the Geneva-based organisation.
The Palestinians, aged 27 and 33, told IOM their boat had been intentionally sunk by the people smugglers after the migrants refused to change to a smaller, less seaworthy vessel -- a story corroborated by the survivors in Crete.Gee, who would've thought that Palestinians are such cold blooded, heartless murderers?
"A violent argument ensued. The 10 smugglers, said to be Palestinian and Egyptian, began yelling," the IOM said, citing the latest testimony from Greece.
The enraged traffickers "rammed" the boat which "began to sink immediately, while the smugglers stayed in the area until they were certain that the migrant's vessel had sunk," it said.
Those who had managed to jump to safety into the smaller boat were "forced into the water" by their assailants.
(The Week) What's in a name? When it comes to how to refer to the extremist group that has terrorized Syria and northern Iraq and violently imposed a caliphate, a lot.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is a bit of a misnomer, says France, as it lends the imprimatur of Islam to a group that the vast majority of Muslims finds despicable. "This is a terrorist group and not a state. I do not recommend using the term Islamic State because it blurs the lines between Islam, Muslims, and Islamists," France's Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said in a statement. "The Arabs call it 'Daesh' and I will be calling them the 'Daesh cutthroats.'"
The name Daesh, according to France24, is a "loose acronym" for "Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant" (al-Dawla al-Islamiya al-Iraq al-Sham). The name is commonly used by enemies of ISIS, and it also has many negative undertones, as Daesh sounds similar to the Arabic words Daes ("one who crushes something underfoot") and Dahes ("one who sows discord").
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Gunmen seized a Lebanese soldier on Wednesday near a town at the border with Syria where Islamist insurgents took 19 soldiers captive in early August, a security source said.
It was not immediately clear who had seized the soldier, who the source identified as a resident of the town of Arsal where he was taken on Wednesday.
Two of the Lebanese soldiers taken from Arsal in early August have been beheaded by militants affiliated to Islamic State, one of the groups that took part in an incursion into the town that triggered five days of deadly battles with the army.
Designed from the off to replace the (but still formidable) Mi-24/35 (Hind), the Mi-28 is designed to kill the other fellow as quickly as possible. With a 2 man crew in a tandem seating arrangement, it is armed with a chin mounted 30-mm cannon and 16 anti tank missiles. Funny enough, a very similar load out to the AH-64 (Apache) which is currently being upgraded to its latest iteration the AH-64E which is supposed to be a quantum leap in performance over the earlier model AH-64D Apache Longbow which, let's be honest, isn't known for being a soft touch on the battlefield. Maybe that explains why the Apache costs over twice as much as this latest upstart.
Iraq is now the 4th country to field the Mi-28, after Russia, Algeria, and Kenya.
(Yahoo News) Bomb-making instructions and potential targets for "lone wolves in America" to attack were recently posted to an online message board sympathetic to the Islamic State militant group, also known as ISIS or ISIL, Vocativ reports.
The post — entitled “To the lone wolves in America: How to make a bomb in your kitchen, to create scenes of horror in tourist spots and other targets” — suggests targeting popular tourist destinations, such as New York's Times Square and the Las Vegas Strip, as well as train and subway stations throughout the United States.
The instructions appear to be similar to those previously published by the al-Qaida magazine Inspire and reportedly used by the Tsarnaev brothers to build pressure cooker bombs used in their attack on the 2013 Boston Marathon.
Baghdad (IANS/EFE) - At least 14 members of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group were killed Tuesday near Baghdad when a rocket whose warhead they were filling with chlorine gas exploded.
Iraqi security officials said seven more IS militants were injured in the incident, which occurred near the town of al-Dhuluiya, about 90 km north of Baghdad.
Al-Dhuluiya was also where four members of the Iraqi security forces and Shiite militiamen suffered symptoms of asphyxiation after inhaling chlorine gas released by two improvised explosive devices.
It was the first time that chlorine has been used as a weapon in Iraq, although it is not uncommon in neighbouring Syria, where the regime's use of it has been denounced by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
Meanwhile, Iraqi troops killed 18 jihadists and destroyed five of their vehicles in clashes at the Biji refinery, Iraq's largest.
At the same time, Kurdish peshmerga troops regained control of three villages in Qara Teba, in the eastern Diyala province, which had been overrun by the IS. Three IS militants and four Kurdish soldiers were wounded in the fighting.
These clashes came a few hours after US warplanes launched their first bombing raids at IS positions near Baghdad since an international conference wrapped in Paris Monday after a number of world leaders pledged to defeat and destroy the IS.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - At least 48 people including rebel fighters have been killed in Syrian government air bombardments around a town in the central province of Homs, a monitoring group said on Wednesday.
Two days of air strikes left women and children among the dead, including a mother who was killed along with five of her children, said the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors violence in Syria through a network of sources.
Around a dozen fighters and multiple rebel commanders were also confirmed killed in the bombardment, which targeted Talbiseh, a town north of the city of Homs on the country's main north-south highway.
(Reuters) Police in Kosovo arrested 15 people on Wednesday, including a number of imams, in the second major operation in weeks to stem the flow of young ethnic Albanians joining Islamist fighters in Iraq and Syria, a police source said.
Local media reported that an influential imam of the Grand Mosque in the capital, Pristina, was among those arrested, as was the leader of an Islamic-rooted political party.
Most of Kosovo's 1.8 million people are ethnic Albanian Muslims and lead largely secular lives.
A police source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told Reuters: "We have arrested 15 people from all over the country. The charges include terrorism, threatening the constitutional order, incitement and religious hate speech."
Yemen-born New York Muslim indicted for recruiting for ISIS and plotting to kill US military members returning from war
(Fox News) Federal authorities have accused an upstate New York man of attempting to aid and recruit fighters for the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq.
Mufid Elfgeeh, 30, of Rochester, was indicted by a federal grand jury on three counts of attempting to provide material support and resources to the group widely known as ISIS that has been designated by the U.S. as a foreign terrorist organization, federal prosecutors said Tuesday. Elfgeeh, who was born in Yemen and is a naturalized U.S. citizen, is one of the first people accused by the U.S. of recruiting on behalf of ISIS.
According to court documents seen by the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Elfgeeh tried to raise money to enable a Yemeni man to join ISIS. At one point, Elfgeeh allegedly sent the man $600 to travel from Yemen to Syria. An FBI affidavit alleges that this past April, Elfgeeh traveled to Buffalo with an FBI informant to get a passport for the latter man. Elfgeeh suggested that ISIS would use the informant to "operate a cannon, act as a sniper and/or build bombs," the document claims.
Elfgeeh was arrested this past May in the parking lot of a local Wal-Mart after taking delivery of two handguns equipped with silencers and ammunition. Elfgeeh had allegedly given the informant $1,050 in cash to purchase the handguns, which had been rendered inoperable. Federal authorities said he bought the weapons as part of a plan to kill members of the U.S. armed forces returning from war, as well as Shiites in the Rochester area.
Prosecutors said two of the three individuals Elfgeeh had contact with were cooperating with the FBI.
"Disrupting and holding accountable those who seek to provide material support to foreign terrorist organizations is and shall remain a critical national security priority," said Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Carlin.
The investigation included linking Elfgeeh's home computer to tweets from alias Twitter accounts expressing support for Al Qaeda, violent holy war and Sunni insurgent groups in Syria, according to court papers.
One message allegedly from Elfgeeh read, "al-Qaida [sic] said it loud and clear; we are fighting the American invasion and their hegemony over the earth and the people."
Elfgeeh is also charged with one count of attempting to kill "officers and employees of the United States," two counts or possession of an unregistered firearm silencer, and a count of possession of firearms and silencers in furtherance of a violent crime. He is scheduled to appear in court for arraignment Thursday.