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Canadian Converts to Islam Planned to Kill Jewish Children

29th July 2015

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John Nuttall told an undercover officer that his wife, Amanda Korody, believed that “grown-up Jews” go to “eternal hell” and that she would be doing Jewish children a favor by killing them and reaching paradise, police records revealed in British Columbia’s Supreme Court show.

“I asked Nuttall how he thinks he will have access to Jewish kids and he said [he and his wife] were both white and could pass for Jewish…They will be regulars in the synagogue. They will gain the trust of everybody. And once they have everything they will get enough guns and ammo to go ahead with their mission,” read the March 2013 record from an undercover RCMP officer.

Just think of it as REALLY late-term abortions.

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ISLAMOCOPIA FRIDAY: What’s New in the Religion of Peace

24th July 2015

ISIS netted up to $1B in cash after taking over Mosul, US official says

Turkey agrees to allow US to use air base for strikes against ISIS

Iran executions: ‘Unprecedented spike’ in the number of Iranians put to death sees Tehran face renewed calls to address human rights abuses

13 Britons amongst 457 ‘foreign terror’ suspects held by Turkish authorities at Syrian border

Islamic State threat: ISIS plotting to use drones to bomb crowds at major British events

Moderate imam reveals how radicals won battle for soul of Boston mosques

Seattle officials join push for Sharia-compliant mortgages, loans

ISIS fighters ‘blown up by their own landmine’ in Iraq, Kurdish fighters claim

US airstrike kills senior Khorasan Group leader

African coalition nearly ready to take on Boko Haram, Nigerian leader says

Computer-obsessed man ‘ordered enough deadly poison ricin to kill 1,400 people’

ISIS in EUROPE: Terror group ‘has built jihadi base in isolated village’

ISIS targets civilians with chemical weapon attack in Iraq and Syria

Suruc bombing: Suspected ISIS suicide blast leaves 28 dead in Turkish city

Sick ISIS group are now using ‘suicide CHICKENS’ to bomb enemies as weapons stash runs low

ISIS blamed for Gaza City bomb attacks

ISIS forces Yazidi children to behead dolls as part of their ‘re-education’ training

Mali: Islamic Terrorists Driven South

‘They beat us everywhere': Inside ISIS training camps for terror’s next generation

Saudi Arabia says it stopped Islamic State attacks; 400 held

ISIS uses poisonous gas on Kurdish forces, says monitoring group  Hey, it’s traditional.

Anger in Iraq after suicide attack on marketplace kills 115

Summer camp, Islamist-style: Getaway for Palestinian children of martyrs teaches hate, violence, say critics

Tennessee gunman first radicalized, now idolized by Internet jihadists

ISIS car bomb kills at least 100 including children in Iraqi town of Khan Bani Saad

Forced marriage: One British woman’s story shows how much it matters to step up the fight

ISIS video shows young boy beheading Syrian soldier near ancient city of Palmyra

Muslim Brotherhood: Six supporters ‘killed in Cairo clashes with police’ after Eid-ul-Fitr prayers celebrating end of Ramadan

Eid Nigeria bombing: ’10-year-old girl’ kills 12 in suicide attack

 

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We’ll See You in Paris

24th July 2015

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The Islamic State has released yet another grotesquely violent execution video. This one is directed at a French-speaking audience, and after he shoots his captive, the executioner promises that there will be corpses in the streets of Paris if the French do not submit to Islam.

I’m certain that he’s correct; there will be corpses in the streets of Paris. The question is: Whose? It is, after all, not that many generations since the French proved themselves adept at creating corpses with great efficiency…

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‘ The Mystery of ISIS’

24th July 2015

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The problem, however, lies not in chronicling the successes of the movement, but in explaining how something so improbable became possible. The explanations so often given for its rise—the anger of Sunni communities, the logistical support provided by other states and groups, the movement’s social media campaigns, its leadership, its tactics, its governance, its revenue streams, and its ability to attract tens of thousands of foreign fighters—fall far short of a convincing theory of the movement’s success.

Oh, maybe it’s the whole Koran/Mohammed/Jihad business. Naw, that couldn’t be it.

But this simply raises the more fundamental question of why the movement’s ideology and actions—however slickly produced and communicated—have had popular appeal in the first place.

Perhaps it’s adherents read the Koran and took it seriously. Naw, that couldn’t be it.

The clearest evidence that we do not understand this phenomenon is our consistent inability to predict—still less control—these developments. Who predicted that Zarqawi would grow in strength after the US destroyed his training camps in 2001? It seemed unlikely to almost everyone that the movement would regroup so quickly after his death in 2006, or again after the surge in 2007. We now know more and more facts about the movement and its members, but this did not prevent most analysts from believing as recently as two months ago that the defeats in Kobane and Tikrit had tipped the scales against the movement, and that it was unlikely to take Ramadi. We are missing something.

Yeah – it’s called ‘Islam’. (Make you wonder what ‘we’ he’s talking about.)

The author has wide experience in the Middle East and was formerly an official of a NATO country.

Oh, well, then, that explains it.

We hide this from ourselves with theories and concepts that do not bear deep examination. And we will not remedy this simply through the accumulation of more facts. It is not clear whether our culture can ever develop sufficient knowledge, rigor, imagination, and humility to grasp the phenomenon of ISIS. But for now, we should admit that we are not only horrified but baffled.

‘Baffled?’ Try ‘clueless’. Try ‘dumber than a box of rocks’. Try ‘invincibly ignorant’.

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Swedish Nationalists Plan a Gay Pride March Through a Muslim Area, Hoping for Trouble

23rd July 2015

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I haven’t seen this reported in the press anywhere, but in Sweden the right-wing nationalist Sweden Democrats are staging a gay pride march featuring men kissing each other. Why?

Simple: the July 29 march will pass through areas of northern Stockholm where Muslims make up a majority of the population – 75 per cent, according to some accounts. So there will be trouble.

Politics does indeed make strange bedfellows, multi-pun intended.

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Could the Taliban Become a Useful Ally Against Islamic State?

22nd July 2015

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This is like asking can we use Mussolini as a useful ally against Hitler?

Hint: No. Let ’em fight each other, sure, but don’t pretend we’re allies.

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“They Cannot Stay in Italy Because There is no Work”

21st July 2015

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Last week residents of the Italian town of Quinto di Treviso, near Treviso, protested angrily about the resettling of immigrants in their neighborhoods and residences. After two days of protests, the town’s mayor ordered the unwanted migrants moved elsewhere.

They didn’t come for work, they came for benefits; that’s why they’re desperate to get to Britain.

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In an IS Training Camp, Children Told: Behead the Doll

19th July 2015

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As my boot camp instructors used to say, you can only do what you’ve trained for.

 

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UK Government to Take Firmer Stance on Muslims Who Fail to Denounce Jihadis

19th July 2015

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In a speech to be delivered to an audience of Muslim men and women in Birmingham, David Cameron is expected to announce that only those in the Muslim community willing to take a stand against jihadist violence will be supported and those who “walk up to the border of illegality” will be denounced.

And if you believe that one, he’ll tell you another one.

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The inside story of a Tennessee Islamist terrorist

17th July 2015

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We don’t know Abdulazeez’s story yet. However, we do know the story of Carlos Bledsoe (aka Abdul Hakim Mujahid Muhammad), another Islamist terrorist from Tennessee who killed a soldier at a military recruiting center. We know Bledsoe’s story because his father told it to the House Committee on Homeland Security in 2011. Unfortunately, as Americans for Peace and Tolerance said in a press release yesterday, the warning offered by Bledsoe’s father has not been taken to heart.

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Saudi Prince: Military Force Is an Option

17th July 2015

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Shocking, we know: the Saudis are none too pleased with the Iran deal, and after biting their tongues for a few days they’re letting their displeasure be known in public.

My, what a surprise! Aren’t you surprised? I’m sure surprised.

The Saudis, who know more about Islam than Barack Obama, more about Iran than Barack Obama, and more about what’s going on in the Middle East than Barack Obama, probably know whether this was a good deal or a bad deal. And they apparently think it was a bad deal.

Maybe they know something Barack Obama doesn’t….

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ISLAMOCOPIA FRIDAY: What’s New in the Religion of Peace

17th July 2015

Chattanooga: Military #GunFreeZones = #SittingDucks

Forced marriage: How hundreds of terrified British victims of the tradition are being failed every year by the services they need most

ISIS claims responsibility for a rocket attack against an Egyptian navy ship in the Mediterranean Sea

Jihadi suspects arrested in France for ‘plotting to kidnap and behead officer at naval base’

The Plight of Women Under the Islamic State

Israel launches airstrikes on Gaza in response to rocket fire

Houthis Driven Out of Aden Port

FBI: ISIS sympathizer plotted to attack a U.S. university

ISIS movement in Russia raises US concern

Nairobi Westgate attack: Shopping mall re-opens two years after terror siege where al-Shabaab killed 67 people

Nigerian top brass pay the price for failure on Boko Haram

Yemen officials: Saudi-led coalition strike kills 25 people

Nigeria investigating reports of deadly Boko Haram attack in northeast

Burka ban: In wake of market bombing, Chad warns anyone in full veil will be arrested on sight

Undercover video from Fallujah shows people ‘crucified’ in the street by ISIS for eating during Ramadan

Baghdad bombings: Dozens killed in Shia neighbourhoods after wave of bomb attacks

Saudi-led air strikes on Yemeni capital kill at least 10

Ibolya Ryan murder: UAE executes woman who murdered US teacher inside shopping mall

Dozens of Chinese Muslims could be executed or tortured after ‘trying to join jihadists in Middle East’

29 killed in bombings across Baghdad, Iraqi officials say

At least 26 killed by car bomb near Afghan military base

Iraq launches operation against ISIS in Anbar province

Muslim hired as British government terror watchdog is extremist who called US ‘vicious world empire’

Tens of thousands without water in Kosovo after fears of ISIS plot to poison reservoir

Senior ISIS leader Hafiz Saeed ‘killed in drone strike in Afghanistan’, reports intelligence agency

Boko Haram releases first beheading video since pledging allegiance to Isis

Somalia: A Nasty Ramadan Surprise

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The Noises in the Basement

16th July 2015

Richard Fernandez show us what’s behind the curtain.

In the last 24 hours the news has been dominated by president Obama’s outrage at an newsman for asking him about four US hostages left in Iranian custody despite his deal.  Someone was raining on his parade, ruining his moment of historic achievement and legacy.

But in other news, ISIS sank an Egyptian naval vessel, attacked France which thwarted a second attack on a military base, the Philippines has reopened the old US Naval base at Subic, the Japanese armed forces are now authorized for combat for the first time since World War 2.  Meanwhile, a person identified as Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez attacked a military recruitment depot in Chattanooga, killing four and wounding a police officer, before being killed himself. A website reports that an ISIS related site is tweeted “Chattanooga” at the same time as the attack.

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Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez: Islamic Terrorist Kills 4 Marines in Tennessee

16th July 2015

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More ‘workplace violence’, I suppose.

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UK’s First Female Sharia Judge: ‘We Can’t Ask Muslims Not to Have More Than One Wife’

16th July 2015

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Well, if you leave it up to the Supreme Court, I suspect that you can’t.

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Practical Sorcery in the Islamic World

16th July 2015

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ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant) recently got some media attention because they had beheaded two Moslem women accused of sorcery. For a Moslem the only thing unusual about this was how the women are killed. Public beheading is usually reserved for men. Sorcery, on the other hand, is quite common in the Islamic world, even though it is strongly condemned in the Koran. Many Islamic majority countries consider sorcery a capital (the guilty are executed) crime. But there’s a lot more to sorcery than that.

For example, back in 2013 Mehdi Taeb, a senior cleric in the Iranian government explained that the major reason so many nations went along with the increased economic sanctions against Iran was because Israel had been using magic to persuade the leaders of these nations to back more sanctions. Without the Israeli witchcraft, the sanctions would not exist. Taeb explained that the Israelis have used this magic before, as in 2009, against Mahmoud Ahmadinejad when he was running for president. Many Iranians openly opposed Ahmadinejad, who won anyway. This, to Taeb, was proof that devout Moslems could defeat the Jewish magic.

 

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Slavery in the Islamic World

14th July 2015

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In June 2015 ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant) held a slave auction in eastern Syria. On sale where 42 Yazidi women, who were offered to ISIL men for between $500 and $2,000. Since the slaves were not Moslem they could not be married so their owners would use them for sex, housekeeping or whatever. ISIL was depending on Moslem scripture to justify this. Actually, ISIL is not alone as there is still a lot of slavery in the Islamic world. There is also a lot of hatred for non-Moslems especially those they consider pagans. ISIL considers the Yazidis pagans. It was with Yazidis that ISIL reintroduced slavery (of non-Moslems, especially “pagans” like Yazidis) into their new Islamic State. This may appall many in the West and to placate foreigners most Arab nations have outlawed slavery, despite the fact that it still exists and continues to exist with much local support.

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ISIS Surges in Sinai

13th July 2015

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The Sinai-based Islamic State affiliate Wilayat al-Sina (Sinai Province) claimed responsibility for the firing of three Grad rockets at Israel on July 3. This attack, which caused no casualties, came closely after a large-scale assault by the group against Egyptian security installations in the Sheikh Zuweid area of northern Sinai.

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22 Years after Sivas Massacre, Turkish Islamists Hail the Murderers

13th July 2015

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On July 2, shortly after Friday prayers, thousands of devout Sunni Muslims marched to the Hotel Madimak. They broke through the weak police barricades surrounding the hotel, chanting “Allahu Akbar” (in Arabic, “God is the greatest”). When they reached the hotel, they set it alight, with policemen allegedly standing by and watching. The city’s Islamist mayor refused to send fire brigades to put out the fire. The assault took eight hours, without any intervention from the police, military or fire department. When what would later be internationally known as the “Sivas massacre” ended and the mob dispersed, 35 people, mostly Alevi intellectuals as well as a Dutch anthropologist, had died, along with two hotel employees. Two arsonists also died. Ironically, Aziz Nesin survived the attack.

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Nigeria: Trouble at the Top

13th July 2015

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Boko Haram violence has left over 600 dead in the last six weeks. Since Boko Haram began operating in 2002 they have caused over 13,000 deaths and they have little popular support even in the most conservative areas of the Moslem north. The army says it is still going after Boko Haram camps and bases. President Buhari unexpectedly ordered the army to stop using troops for manning highway checkpoints. This enabled Boko Haram gunmen to move more freely because the police did not replace all the abandoned army checkpoints. The early July checkpoint order was because the president felt that internal security is the job of the police and that the army was only helping out temporarily. Buhari is being criticized for the checkpoint order and for not acting to replace less capable military leaders and put more effective officers in charge. Buhari is a retired general and he knows how this works, but has said nothing about what he will do and when he will do it. This again raises questions about the ability of the government to coordinate army and police operations in the fight against Boko Haram. The new president now has to deal with accusations that the abandoned checkpoints played a role in the growing Boko Haram violence in the northeast.

 

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Turkey Finds China Too Big To Bite

12th July 2015

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These days, it is quite dangerous for anyone with Far Eastern facial features to take a stroll on a Turkish street or to enjoy a plate of sushi. To angry Turks, every Far Easterner is a Chinese to attack.

In protesting China’s alleged ill treatment of Muslim Uighur Turks, angry Turkish Turks attacked a Chinese restaurant in Istanbul’s Tophane district. Cihan Yavuz, the owner of the (no longer) “Happy China” restaurant, almost in tears, told reporters: “We are Turkish. Our cook is an Uighur Turk … We do not even sell alcohol here … It seems I will close down the restaurant and leave.”

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Algeria’s Berber Awakening

11th July 2015

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An outbreak of violence between Algeria’s Mozabite Berber and Chaamba Arab populations resulted in at least 22 deaths in the last two days, the deadliest such clash since tensions between the two groups emerged after the vandalization of a Berber shrine in late 2013.

A pointed reminder that the reason this region is Muslim is because it was invaded and conquered by Arabs.

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ISLAMOCOPIA FRIDAY: What’s New in the Religion of Peace

10th July 2015

ISIS in Syria: Influential tribal leaders hold secret talks with Western powers and Gulf states over possibility of mobilising against militants

Leaked police report shows two Indonesian airline pilots were ‘radicalised by ISIS’

Just 60 Syrian rebels are being trained by US to take on ISIS

Boko Haram willing to release Chibok girls in exchange for detainees

At least 45 ISIS fighters reportedly die after eating Ramadan meal in Mosul

Moroccan women go on trial in Inezgane… for wearing skirts

Airstrike hits market north of Yemen’s Aden, over 45 killed

Kenya says Islamic extremists kill 14 in Kenya’s north

Israel will extend fortifications along border with Jordan to keep out ISIS

ISIS propaganda video shows two Syrian activists being executed

Turks and Kurds in Firefight on Syrian Border

Palestinian Cleric Delivers Anti-Semitic Sermon, Incites Violence Against Jews

15 killed in bomb attacks on Shiite districts in Iraq

Bombs at mosque, restaurant in central Nigerian city kill 44

War with ISIS: The ‘international brigade’ of foreign fighters joining up to help Kurdish Peshmerga tackle Islamists

ISIS schoolgirl Amira Abase who fled London to join terrorists in Syria mocks victims of Tunisia massacre

US-led air strikes target Isis Syria stronghold

Men in Afghanistan throw acid in girls’ faces ‘for going to school’

ISIS propaganda video shows 25 Syrian soldiers executed by teenage militants in Palmyr

Video purportedly shows ISIS militants executing troops at Syria archaeological site

Yemen Crisis: Saudi Arabian-led coalition airstrikes have killed scores, says Amnesty. I think that was the point….

Afghan court overturns death sentences for four men who murdered woman in mob attac

Fatima Az Zahra: Italy’s ‘Lady Jihad’ who joined Isis in Syria and then persuaded her family to follow on Skype

Suspected Boko Haram gunmen kill at least 97 people praying at mosques in Nigeria

War with Isis: If US wants to destroy the group, it will need to train Syrians and Iraqi

Tunisia attack: Officials were warned of an imminent terrorist attack in Sousse – but did nothing

Gang who stole £1.5m worth of watches from Selfridges while wearing burkas convicted

Syrian civil war: Islamist rebel alliance launches major attack on Assad-held Aleppo

Isis are barbarians – but the Caliphate is an ancient Muslim ideal

British jihadi teens MARRY ‘approved’ ISIS men after being seen with guns in Syria

Three Islamists with maps and ISIS propaganda arrested over 7/7 anniversary terror plot

‘All 12 of us are in the Islamic State': Luton family call on more Britons to join IS rule

Sex Slavery and the Islamic State

Boko Haram attack on Nigerian village leaves nearly 100 people dead

Boko Haram militants ‘spare nobody’ in slaughter of entire village

Palmyra: ISIS pictured launching new assault on artefacts in ancient ruins

Senior ISIS militant Tariq al-Harzi killed in US drone strike in Syria

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Silence Reigns After Jihad Attack Against the Church of the Loaves and Fishes

9th July 2015

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A recent arson attack did severe damage to a church in Israel on the Sea of Galilee, at the site where tradition says Jesus multiplied the loaves and fishes to feed five thousand hungry people. When it turned out that the perpetrators were zealous Muslims, the press dropped the story. Nothing to see here. Move along, folks.

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The Next Big Battlefield Is Europe

9th July 2015

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The following article describes the methods employed by Islamic State mujahideen to infiltrate the European Union. They take advantage of the inherent, endemic corruption of the EU — as described by Fjordman earlier today — to facilitate their entry into the Schengen area.

Presumably the funds used to buy the passports, pay the people traffickers, etc. comes from an ISIS slush fund generated by the sale of oil and looted antiquities on the black market. And ransom paid to liberate kidnapped captives may well be another significant source of revenue — a fixed price was reportedly demanded for some of the Christians abducted in Syria and Iraq, and if it was not forthcoming, the captives were executed.

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The Stealthy Successful Sunni Saudi Suicide Bomber

8th July 2015

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On June 26th Kuwait suffered its worst ever Islamic terror attack when a Sunni Saudi suicide bomber walked into a Shia mosque and detonated his explosive vest, killing himself and 26 Shia there to pray. Kuwait spends a lot of time, money and effort keeping its local Islamic terrorists under control but this attack came via Saudi Arabia, where police in both countries quickly discovered a new ISIL cell that largely consisted of men with known Islamic terrorist tendencies but who had learned how to conceal their real activities from whatever police surveillance they were under. To make this attack in Kuwait possible it was soon found a complex series of couriers and safe houses was used to move the explosive vest hundreds of kilometers across Saudi Arabia and into Kuwait. The bomber was not a suspected terrorist and because most of the states in Arabia allow free (without needing a visa) movement of their citizens it was easy for the Kuwaiti bomber to just fly in, get picked up by another member of his support team who took him to the mosque and delivered any last minute instructions. Security cameras showed the bomber calmly walking into the mosque, stop near a large group of praying Shia and explode. The only positive thing to come out of all this was that police were able to quickly connect many of the usual suspects (people already identified as potential problems) to this attack, arrest them and begin interrogations and prosecutions.

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Dispatch From Iraq: Iran-Backed Militias Keep ISIS at Bay, for a Price

8th July 2015

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The form that the defence against the Sunni jihadists is taking is also plain. At every intersection, on every wall, on every corner, the banners of Iraq’s Shia militias blare out their allegiance. The slogan “At your service, O Hussein” — referring to the greatest martyr of the Shiites, killed by the Sunni Ummayads at the battle of Karbala in 680 AD — is everywhere. It is there next to the countless banners and posters of Hussein’s serene, bearded visage that one sees all around. It is there, too, amid the ubiquitous militia billboards, alongside pictures of ayatollahs Ruhollah Khomeini, Ali Khamenei, Mohammed al-Sadr and Ali al-Sistani.

The same Shia sectarian slogan can be glimpsed on the wall of the Iraqi Army checkpoint on the road from the airport. At your service, o Hussein. That is to say, the defence of Baghdad against Islamic State is not taking place in the name of Iraq. The men doing the fighting and dying are there as Shiites. This applies even to many or most of those wearing the uniforms of the official Iraqi Security Forces.

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Palestinian Terror Groups Encourage Ramadan Attacks Targeting Jews

6th July 2015

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Boko Haram Militants Kill More Than 200 People in a Week After Surge in Violence

6th July 2015

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More than 200 people have been killed by Boko Haram in the last week. Nearly 100 men and boys were gunned down as they prayed in a mosque on Wednesday. It has been claimed that bloodshed is increasing due to an Isis directive to intensify violence during the holy month of Ramadan.

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Weapons Caches Found in Forty Tunisian Mosques

6th July 2015

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As Turkish prime minister (now president) Recep Tayyip Erdogan famously said, “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.” And he wasn’t kidding — but he left out “armories”, because mosques serve that function, too.

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Islam, Political Correctness, and Child Sacrifice

5th July 2015

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Recent revelations concerning the endemic sexual grooming of British girls by Muslim men demonstrate how crippling political correctness is, and how it complements the most abusive elements of Islamic law, or Sharia.

According to a June 24 report by the Birmingham Mail, as far back as March 2010, West Midlands Police knew that Muslim grooming gangs “were targeting children outside schools across the city—but failed to make the threat public.”

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ISLAMOCOPIA FRIDAY: What’s New in the Religion of Peace

3rd July 2015

74 children executed by ISIS for ‘crimes’ that include refusal to fast, report says

ISIS rivals Jaysh al-Islam ‘turn militant group’s tactics against them’ in mass execution video

Half a million Syrian refugees to stop receiving food aid when the money runs out next month

Tunisian jihadists’ hit list of targets over the summer revealed

ISIS in Egypt: Wave of attacks across the country signals frightening upsurge in militant activity

Tunisia attack: ‘Dangerous terrorist’ wanted by investigators could get migrant boat to Europe

New Isis video threatens to overthrow Hamas in Gaza because group is not extreme enough

30 soldiers dead after Islamic militants attack Egyptian army checkpoints

Global support for ISIS includes up to 42M Muslims, group claims

Father jailed for forcing 14-year-old daughter to marry 30-year-old in Manchester who sexually abused her

South Sudan conflict: Women and girls raped, ‘burned alive’ and killed by militias as war reaches new levels of ‘brutality and intensity’

Imam Hamid Slimi: Mosque raises money to repair Catholic church allegedly damaged by schizophrenic Muslim. It’s not all bad.

Tunisian hotel shooting: Police release photos of terror attacker’s suspected accomplices

Terrorism Delivers Another Blow To North African Tourism

Afghanistan suicide attack: Nato military convoy bombed in Kabul

Support builds for ailing Pakistani Christian facing death for drinking from Muslim water cup

Egypt prosecutor killed in Cairo car bomb blast

ISIS release final audio statement of suicide bomber who killed 27 in Kuwait attack

Kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls ‘brainwashed into murdering fellow captives’, report says

Both ISIS and Iraqi Authorities Abuse Christians

Turkey Threatens To Invade Syria. Why not? Everybody else is.

Islamic State Transforms Cathedral into ‘Mosque of Jihadis’

Seifeddine Rezgui profile: Tunisia massacre gunman ‘liked hip-hop and football’. Well. There you go.

ISIS ‘executed’ scores of children in a year of its ‘caliphate’

2 explosions hit Chad’s capital, kill 11, witnesses say

Kuwait authorities identify Shia mosque bomber as Saudi citizen

New ISIS video shows hostages divided into groups to be decapitated, blown up or drowned as execution methods get increasingly macabre

France beheading: ‘It is not a question of if there will be another attack, but when’ – French PM

ISIS, a year of the caliphate: 4 maps that show how far and fast the group has spread

Tunisia hotel shooting: Mosques accused of ‘extremist preaching’ to be shut down amid security clampdown

French terror suspect took selfie with beheaded victim

Beach massacre gunman reportedly told Tunisians to flee during shooting

Tunisia hotel shooting: 15 Britons confirmed dead as Government warns death toll ‘may well rise’

Tunisia hotel attack: Majority of 38 victims of beach resort massacre ‘were British’

France beheading: Security services knew of suspect’s Islamist links but stopped surveillance

ISIS, a year of the caliphate: How powerful is the ‘Islamic State’ and what threat does it really pose to West?

ISIS, a year of the caliphate: Nine battles that made the group what it is

ISIS, a year of the caliphate: Six things Google still can’t tell us about the group

What Attacks in France, Kuwait and Tunisia Underscore About ISIS

Confronting Female Genital Mutilation in Iran

Islamic militant gunmen storm Somalian army base with bombs, 30 dead

ISIS marks anniversary of caliphate amid Ramadan calls for violence

7/7 bombings: Peace Journey to see young people retrace 200-mile route taken by bombers

The Syrian Civil War Comes to the Druze

Islamic State marks ‘caliphate anniversary’ with multiple attacks

Tunisia hotel attack: The repercussions of a tragedy that has reverberated around the world

A professor who criticized Hamas is being vilified by his university – and people are paying attention

Massacre: Over 100 Murdered In Kobani By ISIS

Multiple Terrorist Attacks Raise Questions of Coordination

Lone gunman kills 37 in attack on Tunisian coastal resort

‘ISIS’ French factory attack: Suspect arrested after beheading in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier

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The Arab War On Everyone

1st July 2015

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This all began because Sunni Islam is what the majority (over 80 percent) of Moslems practice and in Arabia itself (where Islam first appeared in the 7th century) the locals believe they are more Islamic than other Moslems. After all, the Koran was written in Arabic and all the founders of Islam were Arabs. Yet for over a thousand years there has been a tradition of different factions in Arabia trying outdo each other to prove who is “more Islamic” than each other. This led to constant fighting and suppression of new ideas. One of those fanatic factions is the Wahhabi form of Sunni Islam in what is now Saudi Arabia. Wahhabis, who first appeared in the 18th century, are very conservative and very hostile to non-Moslems and Moslems who are not Sunni.

This meant little to the non-Moslem world until lots of oil wealth appeared in Arabia after World War II. Suddenly it became possible for Moslems to show how pious they were by funding Wahhabi missionaries who went to other Moslem (and many non-Moslem) nations and to preach, establish Wahhabi religious schools and mosques and create the current Islamic terrorism problem. Billions were (and still are) spent on this and the policy of getting the young boys into these free religious schools and turning many of them into hateful (towards anyone not like them) Islamic religious fanatics led to a major outbreak of Islamic terrorism in the late 20th century. Saddam had kept this out of Iraq until 1991. Many secular rules of Moslem countries (like Syria and Libya) had also resisted the Wahhabi missionaries and money.

 

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Ramadan is the Month of Jihad, Even in Austria

1st July 2015

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“The danger of more attacks during Ramadan is considerable,” opines the Near East expert Karin Kneissl after the terrorist murders in Tunisia and France. And she has doubts about the official version of the tragedy in Graz. “The additional knife attacks took me aback.”

“Ramadan is not a month of ceasefire. No. The Islamic fasting month is a time of emphasizing strength,” the Near East expert reminds us in her conversation with KRONE about the situation in Iraq. “Starting in 2005, we have the first bloody attacks during Ramadan in Iraq. Always after incitement by preachers.”

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‘Seifeddine Rezgui: What motivated a shy student to kill 38 holidaymakers in Tunisia?’

30th June 2015

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Hint: Reading the Koran, and believing it. Ask me a hard one.

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Terrorists ‘Targeting Universities and Scholars’ Says Report

30th June 2015

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Most serious are “at least 485 killings involving members of higher education communities in 18 countries”. Some were completely indiscriminate, as when gunmen affiliated with Somali militant group Al Shabaab forced their way on to the campus of Garissa University College in Kenya, asked students whether they were Muslim or Christian, and shot at least 142, along with three security officers and two university security personnel.

Yet the report also draws attention to a number of far more targeted murders. Muhammad Shakil Auj, “an outspoken and progressive religious scholar” who served as dean of Islamic studies at the University of Karachi, was killed by unidentified attackers. Many others have been “disappeared” or threatened with violence designed to keep them quiet, including Professor Mohammed Dajan of Palestine’s Al-Quds University, “accused of treason for leading a student trip to the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland as part of a course in conflict resolution”.

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ISIS ‘Beheads Two Women in Syria for Sorcery’ in First for Self-Styled Caliphate

30th June 2015

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Just in case you thought that the Greeks were having all the fun.

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You Are the Someone

28th June 2015

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Two news stories, each from a different side of the Atlantic, talk about the same thing but in different ways. The British Daily Mail has an article headed by a picture showing ISIS gunman Seifeddine Rezgui “with his AK47 – casually passing abandoned inflatables as a group of men keep their distance behind him”. Rezgui isn’t even holding his weapon at the ready.  He knew the men only 10 yards behind him wouldn’t sprint the distance to tackle him.

He is walking with the confidence of a wolf among sheep.

One commenter wondered what Someone was doing while this ‘tragedy’ occurred. “How come there was an alarm raised, carrying that machine gun, it was obvious to the onlookers in the picture. Somebody could have prevented another tragedy in the name of this perverse and ancient religion.”

What did they care? He was just there to kill kufr. They were just there to watch.

The West is filled with millions of people like Alex, all of them waiting for Someone. They are the product of a multi-decade campaign to deliberately empty people of their culture; to actually make them ashamed of it. They were purposely drained of God, country, family like chickens so they could be stuffed with the latest narrative of the progressive meme machine. The Gramscian idea was to produce a blank slate upon which the Marxist narrative could be written.

Too bad for the Gramscians that the Islamists are beating them to the empty sheets of paper.  And they are better at it too.  Maybe the old Bolsheviks could have given ISIS a run for its money, but today’s liberals have declined from their sires.

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‘Religion of Peace’ Is Not a Harmless Platitude

27th June 2015

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The West’s movement towards the truth is remarkably slow. We drag ourselves towards it painfully, inch by inch, after each bloody Islamist assault.

In France, Britain, Germany, America and nearly every other country in the world it remains government policy to say that any and all attacks carried out in the name of Mohammed have ‘nothing to do with Islam’. It was said by George W. Bush after 9/11, Tony Blair after 7/7 and Tony Abbott after the Sydney attack last month. It is what David Cameron said after two British extremists cut off the head of Drummer Lee Rigby in London, when ‘Jihadi John’ cut off the head of aid worker Alan Henning in the ‘Islamic State’ and when Islamic extremists attacked a Kenyan mall, separated the Muslims from the Christians and shot the latter in the head. It is what President François Hollande said after the massacre of journalists and Jews in Paris. And it is what David Cameron said yesterday after 38 people, mainly British, were murdered on a beach in Tunisia and a man was beheaded in France.

All these leaders are wrong. In private, they and their senior advisers often concede that they are telling a lie. The most sympathetic explanation is that they are telling a ‘noble lie’, provoked by a fear that we — the general public — are a lynch mob in waiting. ‘Noble’ or not, this lie is a mistake. First, because the general public do not rely on politicians for their information and can perfectly well read articles and books about Islam for themselves. Secondly, because the lie helps no one understand the threat we face. Thirdly, because it takes any heat off Muslims to deal with the bad traditions in their own religion. And fourthly, because unless mainstream politicians address these matters then one day perhaps the public will overtake their politicians to a truly alarming extent.

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ISLAMOCOPIA FRIDAY: What’s New in the Religion of Peace

26th June 2015

Isis in France? Decapitated body found next to jihadist flag

Kuwait mosque explosion: ‘ISIS’ bombs Shia Muslims during Ramadan Friday prayers

Man beheaded in apparent terror attack at factory in France, local media say

French shop-owner stokes outrage by imposing male and female-only shopping days for Muslims

ISIS claims to mint gold and silver coins for currency free from ‘satanic’ global economy

ISIS militants behead 12 ‘Syrian rebels’ in Damascus in latest gruesome propaganda video

ISIS, a year of the caliphate: Have US tactics played into Islamist hands?

New Findings Revealed on American ISIS Recruits

ISIS re-enters Kobani: Fighting between militants and Kurds restarts in key Syrian border city

Islamic State storms Syrian city of Hassakeh, stages offensive on Kobani

New Isis video shows hostages divided into groups to be decapitated, blown up or drowned as execution methods get increasingly macabre

Former ISIS bride recruiter warns European girls of caliphate horrors

Barbarism by the book: New ISIS video aims to show religious purity

Isis ‘crucifies children for not fasting during Ramadan’ in Syria

Kurds ‘take back key base north of Raqqa from Isis’ as they build on recent gains in northern Syria

Saudi sentences 2 ex-army officers, 6 others for terrorism

30 dead after 2 girls blow selves up near northeast Nigeria mosque

Pentagon says ISIS-linked suspect in Benghazi attack killed in airstrike

New low: ISIS reportedly gives away sex slaves as ‘prizes’ in Koran contest

Isis propaganda video shows children training in caged ring as ‘next generation’ of militants

Iraq crisis: Australian Isis fighters Khaled Sharrouf and Mohamed Elomar ‘killed in Mosul’

Kabul attack: Six gunmen killed as Taliban claims responsibility for ‘suicide boming’ outside Afghan parliament

Malaysia charges nine transgender women using ‘anti-cross-dressing law’

Video shows moment Taliban bomb hit Afghanistan parliament

Afghan official says Taliban capture a second district in northern Kunduz province

At least 18 wounded as Taliban gunmen, suicide bomber attack Afghanistan parliament

ISIS Bans Cigarettes, Cracks Down on Black Markets It Doesn’t Control

Isis fighters ‘plant mines’ around ancient Palmyra site

Hungary plans to build 100-mile long fence to keep out migrants

French Farmer finds HUNDREDS of migrants hiding in his fields – 125 miles from Dover

Defeat for ISIS in Libya

Al Qaeda points finger at ISIS after US drone strikes take out key operatives

Farkhunda Malikzada: Murdered Kabul woman’s family afraid to leave house as killers are released

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Marauding Migrants Brandish Knives at Truckers as 90 Illegals-an-Hour Pulled From Lorries

25th June 2015

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Crowds of young men were filmed using crowbars to break into lorries queuing to get into the Channel port.

The figures show migrants were stowing away in cars and trucks at a rate of 90 an hour.

But the true figure will be considerably higher, as many made it through borders and as far as Bedfordshire before being caught. It has raised fears many more could be on our shores without police knowledge.

Ten migrants were found in the back of a lorry parked in Folkstone, Kent, at about 4.30pm yesterday.

They were sent to Dover Immigration Centre where they are now under their care.

Seven suspected illegal immigrants were arrested at Toddington Services on the M1 in Bedfordshire. One told reporters he had come from Sudan wanting to go to a British university.

With nearly 400 more migrants reaching Calais every week to add to the 4,000 already camping out and waiting for the chance to slip into Britain, truckers leaders called on the French authorities to do more to protect their members.

Good luck with that.

Maybe they ought to build a fence. Look at how well that worked for the U.S. (Oh, wait….)

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VIDEO: Dramatic Moment British Jihadi Dubbed ‘White Beast’ Killed Fighting for al-Shabaab

25th June 2015

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The wage of sin is death.

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American Muslims Want Shariah

24th June 2015

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American Muslims, like their co-religionists in Europe, seem to prefer shariah over the law of the land. And a surprising number of them would support the use of violence to impose shariah. These facts run contrary to the “narrative” propagated by the media and our political leaders — according to them, such “radical” views are only held by a Tiny Minority of Extremists.

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ISIS in Syria: Militants Carry Out Threat to Destroy UNESCO-Protected Historical Sites as They Are Forced to Retreat From Palmyra

24th June 2015

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My, what a surprise! Aren’t you surprised? I’m sure surprised.

‘UNESCO-protected’? Just how were they ‘protected’? Doesn’t appear to have worked. Much like the rest of the UN kleptocracy.

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Lawfare and Islamic Terrorism

22nd June 2015

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Islamic terrorists have found powerful allies among leftist activists and journalists in the United States and Europe. These groups first appeared in the 1930s providing support for the Soviet Union. Some of these groups later evolved into progressive and pro-Soviet organizations (like the National Lawyers Guild) during the Cold War. They found that lawfare was a highly effective ideological weapon in a country like the United States. When the Cold War ended and the Soviet Union disappeared these organizations, and people like lawyers Michael Ratner and Ramsey Clark, maintained good relations with the remaining communist dictatorships, especially Cuba, and continued their war on America. The basic drill of these groups is right out of the old Soviet playbook. That is, using support for worthy causes like civil rights, clean government and environmentalism as camouflage. This plus an exaggerated sense of righteousness is used to pursue a program that seeks to make their own foreign policy, including counter-terrorism and counter-intelligence policy. This is done using lawfare to enact laws in the United States via the courts rather than the legislature. Often, the only goal is to simply oppose whatever the government position is. The Soviet Union may be dead, but many of its biggest fans are not. Oppose them and you are called a racist, fascist and worse.

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Taking the Kids to Syria

21st June 2015

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Three culture-enriching “British” sisters have decamped from Albion for the sunny sands of Syria. Given that it is in the throes of a particularly bloody civil war, Syria is not currently the most popular holiday destination, so we must assume that the lure of the Islamic State is what drew the Dawood sisters to contract with people smugglers to get them across the border from Turkey. And one of the sisters indicated as much to other members of her family: she was fed up with the filthy, impure infidel environment of Modern Multicultural Britain, and longed to make hijra to the Caliphate.

What makes their situation out of the ordinary is that the Dawood sisters took their children along with them, nine of them, based on the account given in the news video below. This is big news in Britain at the moment, the most sensational tear-jerker to hit the media in recent months.

But wait, there’s more:

Revealed: How Isis Sisters Used British Benefits To Pay For Trip To Join Terrorists

The whole reason all these immigrants are killing themselves (so to speak) to get to Britain is that Britain, under successive Labour governments, has a hold-your-hands-out benefits system under which more and more people are rationally deciding that it makes no sense to hold down a job. Those who look fondly on the Democrite desire to establish such a system here ought to take note where such a system leads (but won’t — Oh, It Can’t Happen Here).

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ISIL Invades Norway

21st June 2015

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Norway, supplied with information on known Islamic terrorists, compared that list with one of the most recent Moslem refugees it had accepted and found at least ten of these asylum seekers had an Islamic terrorist background. Similar discoveries are being made in other countries that accept these refugees via a UN resettlement program. For over a year intelligence agencies have been warning Western governments that ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant) and other Islamic terror groups have been sending members along with refugees entering, often illegally, Europe and the West in general. Despite this risk the United States has been the major participant in this resettlement program for Moslem refugees. At the same time the U.S. refuse to accept most Syrian and Iraqi Christian refugees.

One of the primary sources for these ISIL infiltrators is the flood of illegal migrants travelling by boat from Libya to Italy. For ISIL, taking control of this people smuggling was a natural as it brought in cash and so much money was being made (over a thousand dollars per passenger) that there was enough profit for the gangsters (in Libya and Italy and elsewhere) as well as ISIL. The cash (several hundred thousand dollars a day for ISIL) pays smugglers to bring in food and equipment, as well as weapons and explosives that cannot be obtained (stolen or bought) locally. ISIL also finds that it can send ISIL men to Europe in the refugee boats and European counter-terrorism agencies are beginning to detect this. In part because ISIL profits most from the people smuggling the rival Tripoli and Tobruk governments both interfere with the smuggling operations more frequently. This forces some of the smuggler operations to move to ISIL controlled ports. There aren’t too many of those, but enough to keep the smuggling going.

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Another Day, Another Terrorist Attack

20th June 2015

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Two young Israeli hikers stopped to help a Palestinian who waved them down. It was a fatal mistake: the Arab opened fire, killing one of the Israeli men and injuring the other.

Hamas, now regarded as a legitimate political organization in many quarters, praised the murder:

“We welcome the unique and heroic operation that took place near Ramallah,” said Hamas spokesman Husam Badran. “We, and with us all our people, view with the utmost respect and appreciation those pure hands who held on to the resistance and turned their fire toward the occupier.”

Flagging down a passing motorist, and then shooting him when he stops to help–how heroic can you get?

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Iranian Bombs Seized In Bahrain

19th June 2015

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Bahrainian authorities announced earlier this week that they had seized explosives and bomb-making materials that were planned to be used in Bahrain, as well as in neighboring Saudi Arabia. Bahrain’s police chief, Major-General Tariq al-Hasan, accused Iran of being behind the explosives, calling the act “a significant escalation”, and claiming that the explosives bore “clear similarities” to those used by proxy groups of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corp. “The professionalism with which these seized materials are assembled and concealed is a clear indication of international support and sponsorship,” Hasan added.

And Obama thinks he can make a deal with these people that they will abide by. Incredible.

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ISLAMOCOPIA FRIDAY: What’s New in the Religion of Peace

19th June 2015

Boko Haram: Five African states agree to form coalition to battle Islamist group

Syrian civil war: At least 20 Druze killed as al-Nusra fighters open fire on villagers from minority sect

Syrian civil war: Ancient Islamic teachings treasured by rebels fighting Assad – discovered in a bombed-out cafe in the ghost city of Homs

Jihadist attack on Syria’s Druze population could spur Israel to act

Taliban militants kill 20 Afghan police officers in attack, official says

Syrian civil war: Jabhat al-Nusra’s massacre of Druze villagers shows the group is just as nasty as Isis

ISIS fighters plot nuclear war after they obtain radioactive material to build dirty bomb

Muslim wife was HACKED to death for refusing to ‘meekly submit’ to her husband

“Islamophobia” Rising Among Czechs and Slovaks

Syrian refugees trapped at border as Turkish soldiers turn them away and Isis militants watch

Burma’s ‘great terror’ moves a step closer as Taliban urges Rohingya to ‘take up the sword’

Extremists tweet home address of US liberties campaigner Pamela Geller

West Yorkshire teenager who left UK to join ISIS in Iraq is ‘Britain’s youngest suicide bomber’

British al-Shabaab jihadist Thomas Evans ‘killed in battle’ in Kenya. Love the hipster beard.

Kenyan police ignored al-Shabaab killing spree for 12 hours, say investigators

Mokhtar Belmokhtar: Al-Qaeda-linked militant leader ‘killed in US air strike in Libya’

Syrians defy Isis to cross border into Turkey

Tourists on coach in Calais capture migrants breaking into lorry on its way to Dover

Harrowing images show desperate Syrian refugees break through fence to Turkish territories to escape ISIS

Kurds Advance Against ISIS in Northern Syria

Saudi Arabia carries out 100th execution this year and is on course to set beheadings record

ISIS routed by Kurdish fighters in Syrian border town

Family of British teen fears he carried out suicide bombing for ISIS in Iraq

Man allegedly helped plan Texas cartoon contest shooting, wanted to attack Super Bowl

Kurdish Victory Worrying Ankara, Syrian Rebels

NY Times Tries to Help Islam’s ‘Image’ Problem

Would-Be Islamic State Terrorist Charged in New York

Yemen car bombs: Isis claims responsibility

Pakistan ‘quickly’ hangs seven more prisoners before Ramadan begins in the country tomorrow

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