Islamic terrorism

‘He was just telling us to give back his gun. “Give me back my gun! Give me back my gun!” But we just carried on beating him up and immobilised him and that was it.’

This story is totally awesome.

A Moroccan terrorist was disarmed and beaten to the ground by two US servicemen and British IT worker after he opened fire on Paris-bound train … then pleaded with them to give him back his AK-47.

They just keep the beats on him.

A Moroccan terrorist who was tackled and disarmed by US servicemen after he opened fire on a Paris-bound train pleaded with the men to give him his Kalashnikov back before they beat him unconscious.

Spencer Stone, who is part of the U.S. Air Force, spotted the 26-year-old Moroccan acting suspiciously and heard him trying to load his weapon in the toilet of the high speed train between Amsterdam and Paris.

He was travelling with Oregon National Guard member Alek Skarlatos, 22, who was on leave and traveling through Europe at the time after returning from a tour in Afghanistan.

With the help of their friend Anthony Sadler, from Pittsburg, California, and fellow passenger British IT consultant Chris Norman, they managed to wrestle the attacker to the ground, stopping what could have been a deadly terrorist attack.

Now, Mr Sadler has revealed the attacker pleaded with them to return his AK-47.

He said: ‘He was just telling us to give back his gun. “Give me back my gun! Give me back my gun!” But we just carried on beating him up and immobilised him and that was it.’ 

The men have since been commended for their bravery by President Barack Obama.

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Face of the day


John Rhys-Davies (Image source: Nicole Wilder/Syfy/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Today’s face of the day ‘Lord of the Rings’ Actor John Rhys-Davies says that Islamic terrorism and Political correctness could equal the end of ‘our civilization.’

“There is an extraordinary silence in the West,” the Welsh thespian observed on Adam Carolla’s podcast Monday. “Basically, Christianity in the Middle East and in Africa is being wiped out. I mean not just ideologically but physically, and people are being enslaved and killed because they are Christians. And your country and my country are doing nothing about it.”

Carolla launched into a brief tirade about the widespread fear of “judging” others.

“This notion that we’ve evolved into a species that’s incapable of judging other groups and what they’re doing, especially when it’s beheading people or setting people on fire or throwing acid in the face of schoolgirls,” Carolla said. “I like that kind of judging! That’s evolved!”

When things turned to how the West ultimately handed its enemies in World War II, Rhys-Davies spoke about the battle’s long-term results.

“Fascism in Europe was destroyed,” Rhys-Davies said. “Japanese imperialism in the Far East was wholly destroyed. They were the greatest generation. They knew what they were fighting for, and they won.”

…“This is a unique age. We don’t want to be judgmental,”

…“Every other age that’s come before us has believed exactly the opposite. I mean, T.S. Eliot referred to ‘the common pursuit of true judgment.’ Yes. That’s what it’s about. Getting our judgments right. Getting them accurate.”

…”It’s an age where politicians don’t actually say what they believe. They are afraid of being judged as being partisan. Heaven forbid that we should criticize people who, after all, share a different value system.”

…“we have lost our moral compass completely,” and if we don’t find it “we’re going to lose our civilization. I think we’re going to lose Western European Christian civilization, anyway.”


Another bad day for bad wogs in Afghanistan

It is starting to look like the US has got their intelligence systems back up and running seamlessly, after the Snowden leaks put a big dent in it.

They are increasingly nailing bad wogs in remote areas and in the past week have tagged Islamic States’ top leader in Afghanistan.

VICE News reports:

Hafiz Saeed, the leader of the so-called Islamic State’s “Khurasan province” in Pakistan and Afghanistan, was killed along with 30 other fighters in an airstrike in Jalalabad province on Friday night, Afghan intelligence confirmed to VICE News.

Saeed’s death was the latest blow inflicted in a string of attacks carried out by Afghan and US-led coalition forces targeting high-profile Islamic State (IS) operatives in the eastern Jalalabad province, where IS has been recruiting fighters since last year. Saeed, who hasbeen erroneously reported as killed in the past, was the highest ranking of three leaders killed this week.

On Monday, a drone strike in the Achin district of Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province killed Gul Zaman, IS’s deputy emir for its Khurasan province. His second in command and five others were also reported killed. (Zaman’s predecessor, Mullah Abdul Rauf Khadim, was killed by a coalition airstrike in February.)   Read more »

‘Tricked’ into going to Syria…there’s a Tui ad right there

Apparently they was just ‘tricked’.

I can see a Tui billboard right there.

Two grandparents who were ‘tricked’ into going to Syria with their family of ten from Luton are being held against their will by Islamic State, their son has claimed.

Muhammed Abdul Mannan, 75, his wife Minera Khatun, 53, their daughter Rajia Khanom, 21, and five sons were feared to have joined ISIS after they went off the radar following a visit to their home country of Bangladesh on May 17.

In a statement released last week, the family confirmed they were in Syria and urged other Muslims to join them there.

But Shalim Hussain, a family member left behind, said a number of his relatives were taken there against their will and claimed his elderly father had been bundled into the back of a van.

Mr Mannan is believed to be the oldest Briton to have joined Islamic State but his son, who spoke exclusively to ITV News, thinks he’s done so under duress.

Mr Hussain cried as he described phone calls home from his father, who said he had been forced into a van from his Istanbul hotel by Islamic State, separated from his other relatives, and told that he was then free to return to the UK. But he refused to let them go alone, Mr Hussain said.   Read more »

FBI says they foiled planned July 4 attacks

The head of the FBI has announced that they foiled several Islamic terror attacks on the US that were timed for July 4.

U.S. officials stopped Islamic extremist-inspired attempts to kill Americans around the July 4 holiday, FBI Director James Comey said on Thursday.

Over the past four weeks, more than 10 people inspired by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) have been arrested by U.S. authorities, Comey told multiple news outlets, some of which were focused on the Independence Day holiday.

“I do believe we disrupted efforts to kill people in connection to the Fourth,” Comey said, according to CBS.

“Some of them were focused on the Fourth of July, and that’s as specific as I can get,” he added, according to NBC.    Read more »

A family of 12 disappear to Syria, Katie Hopkins says: good

Katie Hopkins thinks that if people leave for ISIS they should go and never come back.

I agree.

A FAMILY of 12 from Luton is believed to have travelled to Syria.

Relatives are concerned the 12, aged between one and 75, may have left to start a new life with IS.

Well, here’s my reaction to that, my friends: Splendid!

Splendid if another swathe of Luton has pushed off to Jihadi Junction and left our shores.

As long as we are not planning to use taxpayers’ cash to fly them back, or waste police time looking for them, as far as I am concerned it’s a good news day.

Equally, I am hoping that I don’t have to watch Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe prostrate himself at the relatives’ feet, begging for forgiveness because the Met Police are somehow to blame for yet another family being incapable of getting a grip on its own.

The family was due to come back from holiday in Bangladesh in May but instead stopped off in Turkey and disappeared.

Where is the normality in that? If you had a baby and a frail grandpa rocking up at Gatwick, together with ten others, you’d think you’d have a few plans in place to help them out.    Read more »

Another bad day for another bad wog


The US must have its intelligence systems back up to speed because they are regularly dispatching bad wogs in Syria and Iraq these days…especially the top dogs.

A senior member of the Islamic State (IS) group was killed in an American drone strike in Syria last month, according to the US military.

It says Tariq bin al-Tahar bin al-Falih al-Awni al-Harzi was responsible for co-ordinating suicide bombings in Iraq and moving weapons from Libya to Syria.

The US had offered a $3m (£1.9m) reward for the man it called the “emir of suicide bombers”.

IS has not commented on the reports of his death.   Read more »

Egyptian Army having a good crack at ISIS, posts pictures of dead scumbags on their Facebook page

The Egyptian Army is making a good start on eradicating the world of ISIS scumbags.

They have even posted pictures of the dead scumbags on their Facebook page.

The Daily Beast reports:

The army’s escalating military and media campaign to wipe out the terror group took a gruesome step Wednesday with two posts featuring dozens of contorted bodies clutching machine guns.

It was a hearts and minds campaign in the form of blood and carnage.

The Egyptian army used its Facebook page on Wednesday to highlight the destruction it inflicted on the self-proclaimed Islamic State, proudly posting photos of scores of bodies lying in the desert.

There was a picture of scores of weapons lying on an ISIS flag, which garnered 27,000 likes. There were photos of the contorted bodies of the “despicable terrorists” lying in the desert, some lined up, nearly all wearing military uniforms. Some were lying next to their weapons.

Those 43 photos in the album had received 57,000 likes by the end of the day.

Facebook users shared a second batch of 30 photos nearly 29,000 times. In some photos, the military zoomed in on the faces of the dead, and nearly all showed the fighters’ machine guns, sometimes lying on top of their bodies.

“O Lord, grant victory to Egypt,” many wrote in response.

Outside Facebook, the postings were met with impassioned reactions from Egyptians, many divided about their government. Some thanked God for their military and the onslaught of jihadists whom they believe threaten Egypt’s stability. Still others saw the government perpetuating violence.

Either way, the postings show an Egypt engaged in an escalating military and media campaign.   Read more »

David Cameron show how gutless he really is

David Cameron epitomises the problems the West have in dealing with Islamic terrorism…gutlessness.

David Cameron today called on the BBC not to use the phrase ‘Islamic State’ when referring to the terror group operating in Iraq and Syria.

The Prime Minister – who calls the group ‘ISIL’ – said Muslims would ‘recoil’ at the phrase being used to justify the ‘perversion of a great religion’.

He insisted that the battle against extremists targeting Britons around the world can be won but will require ‘extraordinary resolve and patience’.

Gunman Seifeddine Rezgui targeted tourists at the Tunisian beach resort of El Kantaoui near Sousse on Friday morning, killing 38 people including up to 30 British tourists.

It makes it the worst terror attack on Britons since the July 7 London bombings in 2005.

Hakim Rezgui, the father of the gunman, last night claimed extremists had ‘ruined his son’s brain’.    Read more »

Andrew Bolt on the lies about Islam

Andrew Bolt has an opinion column in the Courier Mail about the lies about Islam, and how it is time the lies were ended.

THE Prime Minister is wrong. I’m sure Tony Abbott knows it, too, but does not dare publicly tell the truth about Islamic terrorism.

Abbott insists Islam had nothing to do with last week’s shooting of tourists in Tunisia, bombing of Shia worshippers in Kuwait and beheading of a man in France.

“What’s being done by Daish (the Islamic State) has nothing to do with God, it has nothing to do with religion,” he claimed on Saturday.

Is he kidding us?

Yes he is.

The Islamic State, which claims credit for the two worst attacks and is linked to the beheading, has nothing to do with Islam?

For heaven’s sake, we can all read. “Islam” is in the very title of this terrorist outfit.

And if religion had nothing to do with the attacks, why has Tunisia’s president just ordered 80 of the country’s mosques to be closed in response?

Let’s end this polite lie, which blinds us to the steps we must take to defend ourselves.

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