Islamic State

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 »

If passed Bill M103 will bring Islamic blasphemy laws to Canada

?In politics stupidity is not a handicap.?

? ?-Napoleon Bonaparte

The Prime Minister of Canada Justin?Trudeau will be holding a vote on February 16, 2017?on Bill M103, that if passed, will enact Islamic Blasphemy Laws in Canada creating a defacto Sharia compliant state on the Northern border of the United States. I?know that it sounds like something out of a Thriller?novel but unbelievably it is real life and Canada is really facing the possibility.

In order to push this vote forward, Trudeau has diabolically employed psychological warfare tactics created by the Muslim Brotherhood, and has smeared the entire Canadian population with the lie that they are Islamophobic.

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Mad Dog Mattis hits the ground running

I realise I am being a bit of ?a Trump fangirl at the moment but we really have to balance all the extreme negativity out there in the media about him. He was being accused of being a terrible President before he was even officially sworn in and has come under relentless criticism by the MSM for everything he has said and done since the 20th. His speech was criticised, the crowd at his inauguration was lied about and so on and so forth.

From another perspective, Trump has to be one of the fastest acting Presidents in history. He was taking action on his promise to keep manufacturing jobs in America before he was sworn in and he has already taken action on his stated desire to wipe ISIS out within 30 days of taking office. Trump knows how to pick the right person for the job and it has become very clear why he wasted no putting “Mad Dog” Mattis into his cabinet.

‘We’ve backed off in good faith to try and give you a chance to straighten this problem out. But I am going to beg with you for a minute. I’m going to plead with you, do not cross us. Because if you do, the survivors will write about what we do here for 10,000 years.’

-Secretary of Defence James Mattis

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Bad day for a bad wog as SAS sniper scores a century

The Daily Mail reports:

An SAS sniper’s 100th hit killed the Islamic State chief during the battle for Mosul, it has been revealed.

The sniper, a veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, took out the ‘highly valued target’ as Iraqi special forces and teams of SAS troops probed the outskirts of the city.

According to Patrick Williams for the Daily Star Sunday, the terrorist was killed with a single bullet through his body armour.

A source told the paper: ‘The sniper had a two second window to shoot the IS commander.

‘He took the shot and the bullet almost cut the terrorist in half. ? Read more »

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Read this comic to learn more about the ” Islamic State”

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I used to use Shakespeare comics to help students grasp the key points of Shakespeare.They helped make a complex play easier to understand. It was the same reasoning behind the brilliant series Horrible Histories that both our children loved. They learned more history reading those books and comics than they ever did at school.

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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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They’re here!

An Auckland man has been convicted over ISIS-related activities in Auckland.

And you want refugees from Daesh central coming here?

An Auckland man has become the first person in the country to be jailed for possessing and circulating?objectionable material related to extreme violence.

Imran Patel, 26,?has been jailed for three years and nine months?after pleading guilty to?making, distributing and possessing?videos depicting cruel?violence perpetuated by terrorist group Isis.

As he was sentenced Patel stood up and screamed, “Tell John Key to stop being a slave to America!” He had to be pulled from the courtroom by security guards. He continued screaming as he was escorted to custody cells.

According to a summary of facts Patel was known to police to be an Isis sympathiser. He was one of two men with Isis sympathies sentenced in Auckland on Thursday.

His ISP network provider cautioned him about the content he was sending but he sent a second?message to the same people, with a similar video showing prisoners being beheaded. An Isis logo was visible.

This prompted?the network to bar his number from sending further messages.

He obtained another number and sent a further text to the same recipients chastising them for getting his number disabled.

“Remember that you are a Muslim so behave like one,” he texted?them. ?? Read more »

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As predicted, Andrew Little grandstands over Iraq deployment

First,?Andrew Little was against the Iraq deployment:

In his reply to the Prime Minister’s statement, Labour leader Andrew Little said Labour could see no case for sending troops to Iraq.

He said it was clear Islamic State was brutal. “There wouldn’t be a New Zealander who has seen those images whose stomachs have not been turned. But let’s be clear what we’re dealing with. They call themselves, Islamic State, but they are not a state. They run across borders, they are cultural, ethnic, religious and driven by a number of motivations.”

He said it was a “depository of the dispossessed, the extreme and yes, the evil, but it is not a conventional enemy”.

Mr Little said it was clear the Government had made its decision some time ago “and I venture to suggest it was taken for a range of reasons that have not been outlined today.”

He doubted Mr Key’s assurances the training forces would be “behind the wire”. He said there was little doubt the troops would be exposed to the wider combat and there was little to gain.

“After 10 years of training of the Iraq Army by the US Army, what impact will we have? What can we hope to achieve? We think be sending a very modest force, we are going to achieve what the US Army has not been able to achieve in 10 years? We will not fix the Iraqi Army. It is broken, it is corrupt.”

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NZDF committed for another 18 months. That?s a lot of ?training? then

Good, we need to stay on mission and continue training Iraqi troops so they can go put the bad wogs from Daesh in deep holes in the ground.

Kiwi troops will be extending their mission in Iraq by 18 months and will also be leaving their base for another on occasion, the Defence Minister has announced.

Prime Minister John Key, Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee and Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully made the announcement at the post-Cabinet news conference on Monday afternoon.

Among the changes, it was announced a small number of around six or eight at a time will travel “for short periods” to Besmaya — another secure training location 52km southeast of the existing joint New Zealand-Australia base.

“At Besmaya our troops will ensure a smooth handover of the Iraqi soldiers they’ve been training at Taji to other coalition trainers, who will be teaching them to use heavy weapons,” Mr Brownlee says. ? Read more »

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