Iraq

ISIS murders 150 women because they refused to “marry” militants

The scumbag Islamic terrorist¬†group ISIS has murdered 150 women who refused to “marry” their fighters.

At least 150 women who refused to marry militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL,¬†were executed in the western Iraqi province of Al-Anbar, Iraq’s Ministry of Human Rights said.

According to a ministry statement released Tuesday, ISIL militants carried out a number of attacks in Fallujah and buried the victims in mass graves in one of the city’s neighborhoods.

“At least 150 females, including pregnant women, were executed in Fallujah by a militant named Abu Anas Al-Libi after they refused to accept jihad marriage,”¬†the statement said. “Many families were also forced to migrate from the province‚Äôs northern town of Al-Wafa after hundreds of residents received death threats.” ¬†¬† Read more »

Hamas has a new problem and it isn’t the Israelis

Hamas has a new problem in Gaza, and it isn’t the Israelis.

It is always dreamlike to see one Islamist terror group accuse the other of being too “lenient” when it comes to enforcing sharia laws. But it is not dreamlike when a terrorist group starts threatening writers and women.

That is what is happening these days in the Gaza Strip, where supporters of the Islamic State are accusing Hamas of failing to impose strict Islamic laws on the Palestinian population — as if Hamas has thus far endorsed a liberal and open-minded approach toward those who violate sharia laws.

Until this week, the only topic Palestinians in the Gaza Strip were talking about was how to rebuild homes and buildings that were destroyed during the last war between Hamas and Israel.

Now, however, almost everyone is talking about the Islamic State threats against poets, writers and women.

It is no secret that the Islamic State has a presence in the Gaza Strip. According to sources there, many disgruntled members of Hamas and other radical salafi-jihadi groups have already joined the Islamic State, with some fighting together with ISIS groups in Syria and Iraq.

Earlier this year, it was revealed here that Islamic State has already begun operating inside the Gaza Strip — much to the dismay of Hamas.

Hamas, nevertheless, continues to deny any presence of Islamic State inside the Gaza Strip. “There are no members of Islamic State in the Gaza Strip,” said Eyad al-Bazam, spokesman for the Hamas-run Interior Ministry.

Many Palestinians, however, do not seem to take Hamas’s denials seriously, and remain unconvinced.

Over the past few days, two separate leaflets signed by Islamic State threatened to target Palestinian poets and writers for their “wantonness” and “atheism.” The leaflets mention the poets and writers by name — a move that created panic among many Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.

The leaflets also included an ultimatum to Palestinian women to abide by Islamic attire or face the Islamic State style of punishment — presumably being stoned to death. The threat leaves one with the false impression that, under Hamas, women can wear swimming suits at the beach and walk around the streets of Gaza City in mini-skirts.

But this is what happens when one fundamentalist group believes that the other is not radical enough.

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ISIS child abuse and indoctrination [video]

There nothing worse than child abuse in my book, and that can take many forms…physical, mental, torture, or sexual abuse….then there is this sort of abuse:

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I bet the real Muslims aren’t happy with him

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via Hawkes Bay Today

Things are tense enough when it comes to Muslims living in a world where they cop the blame for most of the drama out there.  The last thing they want is some wanna-be Maori boy from Napier calling for an Islamic State in New Zealand.

A Hawke’s Bay Muslim man is calling on “souljahs of Allah” to make their way to Hastings and join him in forming the “Islamic State of Aotearoa”.

Te Amorangi Kireka-Whaanga, of Hastings, who heads the Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association, said in a Facebook post yesterday he had changed the organisation’s name to the Islamic State of Aotearoa.

Hastings Mayor Lawrence Yule said Mr Kireka-Whaanga’s Facebook posts were “very concerning,” considering the Islamic State’s violent reputation in the Middle East. Read more »

Photo Of The Day

Photo: Mark Grimshaw

Photo: Mark Grimshaw

‚ÄúIt‚Äôs Good to Touch The Green, Green Grass of Home.‚ÄĚ

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Photo Of The Day

Photo: Luis Sinco  Taken during the November 2004 battle in Fallujah, Iraq and published in over 150 newspapers in the same month, the photograph above shows Marine Lance Corporal James Blake Miller, tired and bloodied, a newly lit cigarette in his mouth, gazing away from the camera.

Photo: Luis Sinco
Taken during the November 2004 battle in Fallujah, Iraq and published in over 150 newspapers in the same month, the photograph above shows Marine Lance Corporal James Blake Miller, tired and bloodied, a newly lit cigarette in his mouth, gazing away from the camera.

The Marlboro Marine

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Send the best John

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John Key is suggesting that we could deploy the NZSAS to Iraq in order to protect other troops deployed to Iraq…think about that for a moment.

New Zealand’s elite Special Air Service (SAS) could be deployed to Iraq to protect Kiwi troops sent to train local forces.

Prime Minister John Key confirmed that was one option under consideration as the government continues to weigh up its response to the rise of Islamic State (IS) n Iraq and Syria.

Key announced earlier this month a raft of measures including foreign fighter legislation to crack down on Kiwis wanting to sign up to the IS cause.

He also announced plans to send a contingent of New Zealand soldiers to Iraq to train local forces but ruled out a combat role and said they would be largely confined to the classroom and “behind the perimeter” fence.

Speaking to Fairfax on his way to the G20 summit in Brisbane at the weekend, Key said the Government was still weighing up the shape of its contribution, and said he could not rule out deploying the SAS.

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Does Keith Locke still think the head hackers are just misunderstood?

Keith Locke and other apologists for Islamic terrorists should hold their heads in shame.

They won’t of course, they will blame the latest murder of an aid worker by the head hacking ISIS terrorists as proof that the West has caused the radicalisation of peace loving muslims.

Islamic State militants on Sunday claimed to have beheaded American aid worker Peter Kassig and at least a dozen Syrian soldiers, releasing a graphic video in which they warned the United States they would kill other Americans “on your streets.”

The video shows one masked militant standing over a decapitated head. Speaking in English with a British accent, the man says: “This is Peter Edward Kassig, a U.S. citizen.”

There was no immediate confirmation on the authenticity of the video. President Obama is returning to Washington after a trip to Australia and the White House released no statement. A National Security Council spokesman, however, said, “If confirmed, we are appalled by the brutal murder of an innocent American aid worker and we express our deepest condolences to his family and friends.”

The video identifies the militants’ location as Dabiq, a town in northern Syria, according to the Associated Press.

The brutal video, shot in high definition, shows the beheadings of about a dozen men identified as Syrian military officers and pilots, dressed in blue jumpsuits. ¬†¬† Read more »

Jihadi John just misses out on his 72 virgins as US drop a bomb on his head

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The Daily Mail has the best headline, but it still isn’t as good as the famous Falklands War ¬†headline “Gotcha” from the Sun.

Jihadi John, the Briton who beheaded two British and two American hostages held by Islamic State terrorists, has been injured in a US-led air strike, according to reports received by the Foreign Office.

The masked ‚Äėexecutioner‚Äô with a London accent is believed to have narrowly escaped death when he attended a summit of the group‚Äôs leaders in an Iraqi town close to the Syrian border last Saturday.

The meeting was targeted by American and Iraqi jets.

‚ÄėWe are aware of reports that this individual [Jihadi John] has been injured, and we are looking into them,‚Äô a Foreign Office spokesman told The Mail on Sunday.

This newspaper has received an independent account of how Jihadi John was injured and rushed to hospital after a devastating air strike in Al Qaim, in Anbar Province, Western Iraq.

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Here’s a shocker: none of the Labour leaders (take your pick) like Key’s ISIS plan

It amuses the hell out of me that the four amigos, who can’t agree on anything, need John Key to make them come together as one.

Prime Minister John Key’s plan to help fight Islamic State in Iraq by sending military trainers has been unanimously voted down by Labour’s leadership contenders.

They say the Prime Minister is fooling people by promising troops would be in non-combat roles and that, despite his assurances, our military could eventually end up fighting.

Stable leadership hasn’t been Labour’s strong suit of late. In a little over a week one of the four contenders will take it on. But the bigger challenge is taking on Mr Key and his moves to send troops to Iraq.

Mr Key has ruled out sending troops or elite SAS soldiers into combat against Islamic State, promising that any involvement would be strictly training and away from the danger of the frontline.

To be blunt, Little, Robertson, Mahuta and Parker are all calling John Key a bald-faced liar.

“He’s playing us for fools if he’s calling one a training operation and not combat,” says leadership candidate Andrew Little.

“We know that when New Zealand forces go over to train other forces they’ll inevitably be drawn into the conflict,” says candidate Grant Robertson.

“You can’t guarantee that they won’t be participating,” says leadership candidate Nanaia Mahuta.

“I think we should be a bit hesitant to put people into training roles,” says David Parker.

What a bunch of numpties. ¬†Even so, don’t they look unified all of a sudden? ¬†Especially when they don’t want to be involved in assisting the world at large in dealing with the ISIS problem.

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