Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

I’d pay to watch this

The most wanted drug lord in?the?world is set to go medieval on Daesh if they they harm his drug interests in the Middle East.

That is a fight I’d even pay Sky TV to watch live.

Joaquin ?El Chapo? Guzman, the world’s most wanted drug lord, has reportedly issued a threat to wipe out Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) if they interfere with his operations in the Middle East.

According to a Mexican blog that reports on the country’s drug cartels, the message was contained in an email, which has not been verified, that was leaked by a member of Guzman’s Sinaloa cartel.

Guzman escaped from a maximum security prison in July after his associates dug a mile-long tunnel into his cell.

According to cartelblog.com, the email was sent after Isil destroyed a Sinaloa drug shipment in the Middle East, where it reportedly provides party drugs to customers including wealthy princes. Read more »

We’ve been saying it wrong

I wonder if?Ab? Bakr al-Baghd?di has a lisp…which could explain why we have been calling ISIS by the wrong name.

Turkish police discovered a stash of Darth Vader masks in a raid on a Isis terror cell.

Turkish news site Haberturk reported that the extremists were using the masks to protect themselves from shrapnel, and posted a photo of one of the masks on their Twitter account.

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Decapitation strike kills a few, but top bad wog escapes

This is what I would call a good start.

A number of senior leaders in Isis have been killed in an air strike after the Iraq’s Air Force claimed to have hit a military convoy carrying the jihadi leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in Iraq.

A military statement had earlier claimed the strike had taken place in the Iraqi province of Anbar but admitted it was unclear if al-Baghdadi had been killed.

Local residents and several hospital sources told Reuters that the Isis leader was not among the casualties from the convoy air strike.

It is thought Iraqi jets targeted the convoy as it was travelling for a meeting close to the Syrian border in Western Anbar today.

The location of the meeting was also targeted by the Iraqi Air Force, who claimed ‘many of the group’s leaders were killed and wounded’. ?? Read more »

How thoughtful, ISIS chief doesn’t want anymore violent execution videos released

Sick: The latest video showed how depraved jihadis fighting for the Islamic State have forced a young child to savagely behead a Syrian regime army officer in the first execution of its kind

Sick: The latest video showed how depraved jihadis fighting for the Islamic State have forced a young child to savagely behead a Syrian regime army officer in the first execution of its kind

How thoughtful of the head of ISIS, who has banned the release of any more graphic execution videos in order to ‘spare the feelings of fellow Muslims and their children’.

Poor wee petals.

He is only really doing this because he has finally realised that the?more we know and understand about the evil of his organisation the more resolve we have to wipe them from the planet.

ISIS chief ?Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has issued a decree banning the barbaric execution videos his militants have become famous for – because he’s worried about their image.

Al-Baghdadi is said to have sent a letter to all of his media offices saying they were no longer allowed to show graphic, violent scenes in their carefully edited videos, which caught the attention of the wider world with the emergence of ‘Jihadi John’ in 2014.

He is said to have claimed the decision was based on not offending other Muslims, who might think the videos are scary for children.

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Only room for one bunch of crazed Islamists in Afghanistan

The Taliban has told ISIS to piss off out of Afghanistan.

It seems there is only room for one bunch of crazed Islamists in the country.

VICE News reports:

The latest salvo in the battle for extremist allegiance between the Taliban and the Islamic State (IS) arrived today in the form of?a strongly worded letter.

In cautioning IS to?back off in Afghanistan, the Taliban wrote that?if the?two militant groups?were to?become rivals in the country,?decades of fighting foreign powers and the Afghan government could be undone. ? Read more »

So what, bad wogs have hard names

The media and the left-wing are in a frenzy because John Key can’t the remember the name of the bag wog that leads ISIS.

So what.

Prime Minister John Key was unable to name the head of the Islamist terrorist group Isis – but nor could the Australian Defence Minister.

Mr Key anticipated he would “get it wrong” when asked by a reporter in Auckland today to name the head of Isis – Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

But he attempted it anyway and duly met his expectations by saying something like “al-Jaberi or something – whatever.”

The questions was prompted by an appearance of Australian Defence Minister Kevin on ABC’s 730 programme on Tuesday night, on the eve of a new deployment of 70 Australian Defence Force personnel to train Iraqi troops to fight Isis.

He tried to avoid it by saying that Isis was a combination of group. There Is not just one individual involved in this.”

That’s right, loads of them…kill them all. ?? Read more »

Let’s go kill them, whoever they are

Aussie defence minister doesn’t know who the ISIS leader is and gets mauled…


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James Delingpole on How the West will really respond to the Charlie Hebdo massacre

Sadly I think James Delingpole is right.

The West will cower and make excuses for Islamic terrorism and blame the victims.

The story so far: 12 people, including two policemen, have been murdered at the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo by two hooded men wielding AK47s. In 2011 the magazine was firebombed after running a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad. Charlie Hebdo?s most recent tweet, before the latest attack, was a cartoon featuring the leader of Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Here?s what will happen next.

1. French authorities will urge the public not to jump to any unhelpful conclusions about the identity and motivation of the killers.

2. Politicians, police chiefs and mainstream media reports will urge restraint over what is clearly an inexplicable rogue incident which may have nothing whatsoever to do with the Religion of Peace.

3. Extensive ? and largely fruitless ? efforts will be made to find Muslim community leaders prepared to speak out against the incident, in the unlikely event that it proves that the killers may have had Islamist sympathies.

4. Liberal commentators will take pains to draw a distinction between Islamism and Islam, noting that the former is a malign perversion of the latter which (apparently) explicitly forbids the murder of innocents. ? Read more »

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


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 ?executioner? with a London accent is believed to have narrowly escaped death when he attended a summit of the group?s leaders in an Iraqi town close to the Syrian border last Saturday.

The meeting was targeted by American and Iraqi jets.

?We are aware of reports that this individual [Jihadi John] has been injured, and we are looking into them,? 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.

The Foreign Office spokesman added: ?We have a number of sources of information coming in. ? Read more »

Nowhere to hide, US nails ISIS leader leaving him critically injured

The scumbag terror leader?Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of ISIS, has felt the wrath of the US.

There’s nowhere for these scum to hide.

He may have to go live in a cave now, but that’s OK because the US has bombs for that too.

U.S. air strikes destroyed an Islamic State convoy near the Iraqi city of?Mosul?but U.S. officials said on Saturday it was unclear whether the group?s top commander?Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi?had been in any of the 10 targeted vehicles.

Colonel?Patrick Ryder, a?Central Command?spokesman, said the U.S. military had reason to believe that the convoy was carrying leaders of Islamic State, an al Qaeda offshoot which controls large chunks of?Iraq?and?Syria.

The convoy consisted of 10 Islamic State armed trucks.

?I can confirm that coalition aircraft did conduct a series of air strikes yesterday evening in?Iraq?against what was assessed to be a gathering of ISIL leaders near?Mosul,? said Ryder, using another name for Islamic State.

?We cannot confirm if ISIL leader?Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi?was among those present.?

The leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was ?critically wounded? when a U.S.-led air strike targeted the western Iraqi border town of al-Qaim, tribal sources told Al Arabiya News Channel on Saturday.

Islamic State had been changing its strategy since the air strikes began, switching to lower profile vehicles to avoid being targeted, according to residents of towns the group holds.

A?Mosul?morgue official said 50 bodies of Islamic State militants were brought to the facility after the air strike.

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