Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Islamic extremists execute two men in the most public way for 'fighting against Muslims'

Daily Mail – Islamic extremists have publicly crucified two Syrian rebels in northeastern Syria in revenge for a grenade attack on members of their group.

The jihadist Islamic State of Iraq said it had executed a total of seven prisoners who it claimed had carried out a grenade attack on one of its fighters earlier this month in the Euphrates Valley city of Raqqa.

The group, which even Al Qaeda have been keen to distance themselves from, said on Twitter: ‘Ten days ago, attackers on a motorbike threw a grenade at an ISIL fighter at the Naim roundabout. A Muslim civilian had his leg blown off and a child was killed.
‘Our fighters immediately set up a roadblock and succeeded in capturing them. They were then able to detain other members of the cell.’

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights posted a photograph of the two prisoners being crucified at the roundabout.

Screen Shot 2014-04-30 at 9.15.49 AMAbu Ibrahim Alrquaoui, who described himself as a founder of the group Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently, told FoxNews.com that those killed had previously fought against the Syrian government of Bashir al-Assad.
He said he witnessed the executions and took photographs which are now being circulated online.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said they were not the first crucifixions by ISIL. On April 16, its fighters executed a man for theft from a Muslim in the same way.
Abu Ibrahim Alrquaoui, who described himself as a founder of the group Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently, told FoxNews.com that those killed had previously fought against the Syrian government of Bashir al-Assad.

He said he witnessed the executions and took photographs which are now being circulated online.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said they were not the first crucifixions by ISIL. On April 16, its fighters executed a man for theft from a Muslim in the same way.
‘Our fighters immediately set up a roadblock and succeeded in capturing them. They were then able to detain other members of the cell.’
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights posted a photograph of the two prisoners being crucified at the roundabout.

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‘Our fighters immediately set up a roadblock and succeeded in capturing them. They were then able to detain other members of the cell.’
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights posted a photograph of the two prisoners being crucified at the roundabout.

Read more at http://clashdaily.com/2014/04/crucified-muslims-syrian-rebels-crucify-two-men-fighting-muslims/#4dUqBgfV3CtyHmfd.99

Friday, February 14, 2014

Muslims told to go out and kill non muslims!!

Fight Back Against Threats With Aggression, Muslims Told
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KUALA LUMPUR: Islamist group Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) today urged Muslims nationwide to be aggressive in defending Islam, which it claimed is under attack from certain bands of non-Muslims.
In a video posted on its YouTube page, the group urged Muslims to emulate the prophet Muhammad in all his aspects, including waging war, instead of just offering the prophet’s message of peace.
“When faced with an issue, Islam will use the appropriate wasilah (vehicle) to tackle the problem,” said Isma vice-president Muhammad Fauzi Asmuni in the 16-minute video titled “Islam diancam, kita perlu agresif” (Islam is under threat, we must be aggressive).
“If people try to bring down Islam using poetry, Islam will fight back with poetry. But if people try to bring down Islam using swords, Islam will not fight back with poetry anymore. Islam will use swords as well.”
Fauzi said unnamed anti-Muslim groups were baiting the country’s Muslim majority and causing the current racial and religious tensions in the country.
He also slammed Muslims who tried to deal with anti-Muslim groups through diplomacy and dialogue, saying the former had misinterpreted Islam by only reading stories about the Prophet Muhammad’s kindness.
“Let us try to combine all the sirah (biographies). The prophet forgave and pardoned people, but at the same time he ordered the Battles of Badr, Uhud and Khandaq,” he said, listing down three key battles led by Muhammad.
“The prophet undertook aggressive action. After the Khandaq war, he was no longer attacked, instead it was him who attacked others.”
According to Fauzi, when faced with a massive enemy, like the Coalition of Human Rights NGOs (Comango), it is not enough to rely on just Friday sermons and articles printed in Malay dailies Utusan Malaysia and Berita Harian.
Comango is made up of 54 local NGOs and had worked with Putrajaya on human rights issues for over 5 years before being declared “illegal” by the Home Ministry last month.“If we see the reality in Malaysia, even if Muslims tolerate with utmost tolerance, there will still be people who want to harm Islam,” Fauzi added.
Isma warned last month that Muslims in Malaysia are facing real conspiracies coming from Christians and “chauvinists”.
“Muslims are facing threats from evangelist Christians and chauvinists who are becoming more aggressive and rude by insulting the faith, practices and tradition of Muslims,” Isma president Abdullah Zaik Abd Rahman said in a statement.
“Nobody can deny that the agenda of liberalism, religious pluralism, total equality and Christianisation were brought to this country through various approaches, through proxies and certain networks linked to international Jews, Freemasons and evangelist Christians.”
Isma has also been at the forefront of attempts to discredit Comango, which has also come under fire from other Muslim activists who claim the group’s human rights recommendations to the United Nations ran counter to the “true” teachings of Islam and the Federal Constitution.
source:
http://malaysiandigest.com/frontpage/29-4-tile/487821-fight-back-against-threats-with-aggression-muslims-told.html

Saturday, November 30, 2013

Islamists plant bombs in beheaded vicitms

Tikrit (NINA) – Police in Salaheddin province found 7 beheaded bodies in Tikrit.

Police source told NINA that the bodies found in various parts of Qadisiya neighborhood, northern Tikrit; they are bearing bullet shots.

He added that earlier in the day, the bodies' heads were found, and been identified; they belonged to workers of an Italian firm the the Tirkit Stadium; 5 of them are residents of Tikrit while the remaining 2 are from Baghdad.

Earlier in the day, police found 5 heads filled with explosives in Qadisiya neighborhood in Tikrit, the explosive been deactivated and taken to the city morgue.

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Islamist group calls Tiananmen attack that killed Pinay 'jihadi operation' – SITE

DUBAI - An Islamist group calling itself the Turkestan Islamic Party said a deadly car crash in Beijing's Tiananmen Square on Oct. 28 was a "jihadi operation" by its mujahideen, or holy warriors, the SITE monitoring service said.

The service, which tracks Islamist militant statements, said the party had released a Uighur language audio speech from its leader Abdullah Mansour in which he said such operations were only the beginning of attacks on Chinese authorities.

In the attack, a vehicle ploughed through bystanders on the edge of the capital's Tiananmen Square and burst into flames, killing the three people in the car and two bystanders including a Filipina tourist.

In an eight-minute message, Mansour said Uighur fighters would target even the Great Hall of the People, where the Chinese parliament meets and China's Communist Party holds legislative and ceremonial activities, SITE said.

The service quoted Mansour as saying: "O Chinese unbelievers, know that you have been fooling East Turkestan for the last 60 years, but now they have awakened. The people have learned who is the real enemy and they returned to their own religion. They learned the lesson."

Chinese authorities have blamed what they called the East Turkestan Islamic Movement, a Muslim Uighur separatist group, for the attack, and arrested five people they said were radical Islamists planning a holy war.

It was not immediately clear if that group is connected to the one purportedly led by Mansour. Security has since been strengthened in both Beijing and in Xinjiang, the restive far western region the Uighurs call home. Reuters

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Time To Stand Together

         Blackboot Jack

    THEY attacked us on September 11 2001. The death toll was 2998 innocent people. Muslims danced in the streets. Since then Radical Islamists have been killing American citizens who have done nothing but lived their lives and loved their country. In 2010 a muslim cleric wanted to open a mosque two minutes walking distance from the Twin Towers. American patriots stood up against it. They offer NO apologies, they give NO respect.
  This September 11th, muslims plan a "Million Muslim March" on Washington DC to show their alliance against "injustices". "INJUSTICES"!!  They should march with their heads down and be ashamed for who they are!! They give NO respect to this country or its people who have given them everything they have wanted. And they still want more. Muslims want to be superior in any land they plant their assess in. In Europe muslim youths protest, riot, rape and create violence for their adopted countrymen. They terrorize the populace with hatred and violence. In the US Muslim organizations such as CAIR threaten and carry out law suits against anyone who tells the truth about Islam. THIS is how they shut us up. NO RESPECT!!.
  Americans treat their neighbors and friends in friendly manner. Not all Americans, but most  do . There is no animosity from most Americans. But muslim Americans say they get no respect. They are bullied. They are being targeted by the FBI, the police, the CIA, Homeland security, the PTA, Infidel Task Force and just about everyone in general. Foreign born muslims scream louder, foreign born Islamic clerics speak the loudest. And those are the guys that cause the most trouble.
  Now muslims intend on marching in Washington DC. And when do they intend to march? On the anniversary of the day  they sent their vicious savage killers to crash into two skyscrapers, explode FOUR  aircraft and kill as many Americans as they can. Its not a march against "injustice", its a VICTORY march and don't let anyone say differently. Its a victory march for the savages that killed our fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers and friends and lovers on our land. And it will not stop, it will happen again.
  Lets put our hands together and stand with our heads held high. Let us shout with our voices and that we will not be afraid, we will not back down. Spread the word onto every web site, every blog, all  social media and newspaper that we can get too. America is not afraid, we will not be threatened. We will not deter in our goal of removing radical Islam from our shore.
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
    Americans will not let one of the saddest days in history be disrespected by violent induced savages. They will not take that from us. They will not change our Constitution, nor our freedoms. They will not take from us the right to speak our minds and hearts, and if they are offended, they can do what the good Christians do and that is to turn the other cheek. It is time to stand together and fight  the people who wish to rule us, to kill us, to conquer us. Time to be Americans!!

Let our voices speak loud and clear and strong. Together we will stand up against this radical ideology and together we will sever the Bloody Hands of Islam!!

Friday, June 7, 2013

First U.S. drone strike under new Pakistan prime minister kills seven


DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan (Reuters) - A U.S. drone strike killed seven people and wounded three in northwest Pakistan late on Friday, security officials said, in the first such attack since the swearing-in of Nawaz Sharif as prime minister this week.
In his inaugural address to parliament, Sharif called for an immediate end to U.S. drone strikes on militants, which many view as a breach of Pakistan's sovereignty.
The bombing comes 10 days after a similar U.S. drone attack killed the Pakistani Taliban's second-in-command, Wali-ur-Rehman, and six others in a major blow to the militant group.
President Barack Obama said last month the United States would scale back drone strikes, only using them when a threat was "continuing and imminent".
Friday's attack was on a compound near the Afghan border in North Waziristan region, 45 km (25 miles) west of the regional capital Miranshah. At least two missiles were fired from the unmanned aircraft and the death toll could rise, the sources said.
Drone casualties are difficult to verify. Foreign journalists must have permission from the military to visit the Pashtun tribal areas along the Afghan border. Taliban fighters often seal off the sites of drone strikes immediately.

U.N. launches record appeal to cover Syria crisis


WHO gives a F#$%^&* what happens in Syria or any other muslim country when a GENOCIDE is happening against Christians in the middle east and Northern Africa!!  I am so sick of this Useless Nations. Condemn Israel for protecting its people and look with a blind eye to African Christians...but help out the poor poor Syrians who back al-Quida!
SCREW THEM!! SCREW THE UNITED NATIONS!!
     BEIRUT (Reuters) - The United Nations warned on Friday that half of all Syrians will need humanitarian aid by the end of 2013 and launched what it said was the largest emergency appeal in history to cope with the civil war crisis.
"Syria as a civilization is unraveling," said the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, announcing the call for some $5 billion before the end of the year.
The joint statement by U.N. agencies coincided with heavy fighting on numerous fronts, as rebels attacked an air base in northern Syria while forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad sought to capitalize on their own recent gains.
Clashes also continued on the Golan Heights, close to the ceasefire line between Israel and Syria, a day after rebels briefly seized the sole crossing between the two foes.
Austria, a major contributor to a U.N. monitoring mission in the Golan, announced on Thursday it was withdrawing from the area because of the violence, jeopardizing an operation that has helped keep the Israeli-Syrian war quiet for four decades.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has backed the Syrian government since the start of the unrest in March 2011, said Moscow was ready to replace the Austrian peacekeepers.
"But this will happen, of course, only if the regional powers show interest, and if the U.N. secretary general asks us to do so," Putin said at a meeting with Russian officers.