Abu Sayyaf

At least one politician in our region realises there is a problem with Islamic terrorism

There is at least?one politician in our region that realises that there is a problem with Islamic terrorism…and that the problem is getting closer to home.

Shame it isn’t one of our politicians.

Julie Bishop has warned of the prospect of a new Islamic caliphate being declared in the southern Philippines following the return of foreign fighters from the war against Islamic State in the Middle East.

Speaking on Sky News, Ms Bishop argued this would bring the threat of Islamic State ?right to our doorstep? and said she raised the problem of foreign fighters returning to the Southeast Asian region at the Washington meeting of the coalition against IS last week.

Ms Bishop said the Trump administration used the meeting to convey their interest in intensifying the military campaign against IS in the Middle East and identified Syria as the next phase in the battle against the terror group. ? Read more »

A really bad day for a really bad wog

It is chop chop for the fat arsed Daesh executioner.

Islamic State’s chief executioner, who has beheaded more than 100 people, has been stabbed to death in an ambush in Iraq.

Nicknamed Abu Sayyaf, he was dubbed one of the terror groups scariest decapitators and was paraded in their sick videos for his huge frame.

He was also said to be leading ISIS in the Nineveh State, where he was killed by an unknown group who swarmed terrorist territory.? Read more »

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Another bad day for a bad wog

The Americans are starting to make in-roads into the leadership of ISIS, killing?another top scumbag?with a Special Forces operation.

America claimed a ?significant blow? against Isil on Saturday when Special Forces soldiers launched a rare strike inside eastern Syria, killing a senior commander.

Elite troops based in Iraq carried out the cross-border raid, which killed a terrorist leader going by the nom de guerre Abu Sayyaf.

His wife was also captured and a female slave from the Yazidi minority rescued. About a dozen Isil fighters were killed, but no American soldiers were hurt, said a US official.

?The operation represents another significant blow to Isil [Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant],? said Ash Carter, the US defence secretary. ?It is another reminder that the United States will never waver in denying safe haven to terrorists who threaten our citizens and those of our friends and allies.?

Raiding with Special Forces will have hurt ISIS mentally. They think they are impregnable within the areas controlled by them.

US Special Forces have struck inside Syria before, but only on hostage rescue missions. Last year, they tried to save James Foley, an American journalist, by raiding a location in Raqqa, the unofficial capital of Isil. But all of the hostages had been moved and Foley was murdered a month later.

The latest operation appeared to be the first in Syria where the aim was to kill or capture an Isil commander.

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