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A bad day for a really bad wog

 

Another really bad wog has gone off to collect his 72 virgin goats:

Ayad al-Jumaili, the man believed to be the deputy of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has been killed in an air strike, according to Iraqi State TV, who were citing Iraqi military intelligence.

Jumaili was killed with other Islamic State commanders in a strike carried out by the Iraqi air force in the region of al-Qaim, near the border with Syria, the channel said, without giving the date of the raid. ? Read more »

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 »

I didn’t think the big fella could make himself look more ridiculous, but he’s done it

The last time Big Gerry Brownlee went to Iraq this was the image we all had to suffer through:

Gerry Brownlee and his custom tailored ballistic vest that cost three times the standard vest worn by Kiwi troops

I didn’t think he could look more ridiculous, but dang, the big fella has done it. ? Read more »

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It appears New Zealand has no idea of the exact number of Kiwi ISIS fighters

How many NZ based fighters are currently fighting with Daesh?

The government doesn’t really know. Even one is a concern, but it appears it may be way more than that…and they will coming home soon as Daesh collapses. Hopefully, many of them will die in the process of being defeated.

New Zealand has a “broad sense” of the number of Kiwis fighting with Islamic State and has monitoring in place in case they tried to return home, Prime Minister John Key says.

Key met with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on the weekend during her brief visit to Auckland.

Afterwards, Bishop told the Herald that about 110 Australians are fighting with isis in Iraq and Syria, and concern is turning to what to do with them if they survive and return home.

Isis was under increasing pressure, particularly because of the Mosul offensive, and there was a “high risk” that more foreign fighters would try and return to Australia, Bishop said. ? Read more »

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16 bag wogs have a really bad day

As the suicide bomber instructor said to his students, ‘now watch carefully I will only show you this once…’

A major terrorist attack by ISIS was foiled by a faulty explosive device before it had even began.

16 of their fighters, including senior figures, have reportedly been killed when the malfunctioning suicide vest went off in one of their meetings. ? Read more »

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ISIS scumbag and three of his mates got their beans from a British sniper at 1500m

The SAS marksman fired a single round from his Barrett .50 calibre sniper rifle at the terrorist, who was about to use a flame thrower to kill 12, from 1,500m

The SAS marksman fired a single round from his Barrett .50 calibre sniper rifle at the terrorist, who was about to use a flame thrower to kill 12, from 1,500m

An ISIS scumbag and three of his mates got their beans from a British sniper at 1500m.

A British sniper took out a feared ISIS executioner as he prepared to murder several hostages by shooting a fuel tank on his back and incinerating him.

The SAS marksman fired a single round from his Barrett .50 calibre sniper rifle at the terrorist, who was about to use a flame thrower to kill 12, from 1,500m. Read more »

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Good judge tells bad wogs to stop bludging as he sentences hate-preacher Anjem Choudary to prison

Good job, hate-preacher Anjem Choudary is off to the pokie for more than 5 years, by which time all his pals in ISIS will probably be dead.

A senior judge has challenged Islamist extremists who live on benefits while claiming to “despise” Western democracy, as he sentenced hate preacher Anjem Choudary to five-and-half years in prison.

Choudary has lived on benefits in the UK for the past 20 years, during which time it is understood he has claimed up to ?500,000 from the state.

While living off the state – dubbing his benefits ‘Jihadiseekers’ Allowance’ – Choudary became one of the country’s most notorious radical preachers – professing hatred against the West.

But he managed to avoid a criminal conviction until he was charged last year with drumming up support for a terrorist organisation by pledging allegiance to Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (Isil).

On Tuesday he was sentenced alongside fellow radical Islamist Mohammed Mizanur Rahman after both being convicted of inviting support for the terrorist group.

Before sentencing them, Mr Justice Holroyde heard that the pair were both living off benefits.

After hearing Mr Rahman’s lawyer speak, the judge asked: ?Is it not an anathema to be funded by the liberal Western democracy he so adamantly despises??

MPs have now called for the Home Secretary to be given powers to block hate preachers from receiving benefits.

What a good idea.

A former work and pensions secretary also spoke of his frustration at being unable to deprive terrorist suspects of state benefits.

The Old Bailey heard a ?calculating? and ?dangerous? Choudary had published an oath of allegiance to Isil knowing it was likely to encourage his vulnerable or fanatical followers to commit terrorist attacks.

Mr Justice Holroyde dismissed regret from the 49?year-old, saying he “knew exactly what he was doing”.

The judge said Choudary had invited support for Isil?while it was ?engaged in appalling acts of terrorism?.

He said: “At no point did either of you say anything to condemn the violent means by which [Isil] claimed to have established a caliphate.?

The Old Bailey heard Choudary was an influential ideologue who had tens of thousands of followers on social media. He publicised his oath at a crucial time just as Isil had launched its self-styled caliphate in Iraq and Syria and many people were looking for guidance on its legitimacy.

Choudary?s influence was so strong that Siddhartha Dhar, who is later believed to have succeeded ?Jihadi John? as Isil executioner, asked him for a ?verdict? on the caliphate, saying his words ?would be gold on Twitter”.

Sentencing both Choudary and Rahman, 33, each to five-and-a-half years, Mr Justice Holroyde said they had shown ?no remorse at all for anything you have said or done, and I have no doubt you will continue to communicate your message whenever you can?.

Their supporters in the public gallery shouted ?Allahu Akbar? as the two men were led from the dock.

Of course they did. Export them back whence they came.

It’s a small win, but essentially pissing into the wind.

 

– The Telegraph

 

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Another day, another Islamic terror attack

Has anyone yet worked out that we are in a war?

Islamic State has mounted a terror attack in Bangladesh, targeting foreigners.

Gunmen shouting “Allahu Akbar” attacked an upscale cafe in the Bangladeshi capital, killing 20 people inside, before police stormed the building?and rescued 13 hostages.

The attack, claimed by Islamic State, marks a major escalation in a campaign by Islamic militants over the past 18 months that had targeted mostly individuals advocating a secular or liberal approach in mostly Muslim Bangladesh.

Six gunmen were killed during the police operation and one was captured, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said in a TV broadcast.

“Most of (the hostages) were killed mercilessly by sharp weapons last night,” before the siege began, Army Brigadier General Naim Asraf Chowdhury said. ? Read more »

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Dopey “journalist” cuddles up to a terrorist’s family

So he’s tried to go join ISIL, he’s threatened a Muslim leader who was assaulted, he’s held a knife to the neck of a motorist and he’s threatened a security guard.

Now a journalist and his family are trying to convince us this man should not go to prison.

The father of Imran Patel, the 26-year-old Aucklander convicted for distributing extremist videos, tells Yasmine Ryan he fears that jail risks turning a silly boy into a serious threat.

When Imran Patel shouted, ?Tell John Key to stop being a slave to America, and to get out of Iraq. Allahu akbar!? after being sentenced last Thursday, the courtroom fell silent. It was a frightening moment, but also a tragic one. This was, without a doubt, a defining moment in his life?s trajectory.

For his distraught parents, it might well be the moment they lost their son, in both a physical and a spiritual sense. ?That?s what you get!? his father shouted to the courtroom, shaking his head as he and his wife walked out in frustration.

They had been hoping for a sentence of home detention, he says, to allow leaders of the Muslim community to try to talk to Imran. Other members of the community confirmed that there is wide concern in the community for Imran Patel?s hardline, potentially dangerous, views.

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Expect more ISIS prosecutions in New Zealand, says Waikato academic

Two Daesh sympathisers were convicted yesterday, and a university professor says we should expect more.

Waikato University law professor Alexander Gillespie said terrorism legislation did not apply because the men were not explicitly inciting anyone to violence or intending a bomb attack.

He suspected there would be more prosecutions to come.

“People need to be prepared that there’ll be more cases like this, that there is more support for radical extremists that we actually care to admit.

“It’s just that this is the first time that we’ve begun to see it quite clearly with regards to this kind of charge. I think where you find one you’ll find others.”

Federation of Islamic Associations president Hazim Arafeh condemned the men’s behaviour but said the videos and other IS material they had were not difficult to find.

“This material is provided on the internet, there’s nothing new about it. I sometimes from time to time come across it, unintentionally of course.

“But the problem is the behaviour that someone can develop upon watching this material. This is what could be a bit of concern. But so far I don’t think there is a great risk to the New Zealand society.”

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