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ISIL Releases Picture of Jordanian Pilot in Hanging Clothes

ISIL Releases Picture of Jordanian Pilot in Hanging Clothes
ISIL Releases Picture of Jordanian Pilot in Hanging Clothes
The ISIL Takfiri group published an interview with the Jordanian pilot captured last week after his plane crashed in northern Syria.

In an interview released by ISIL terrorists, Muath al-Kassasbeh, 26, a first lieutenant in Jordan’s air force, is wearing an orange jumpsuit which is similar to what the takfiri group’s previous victims were seen in.

His interview appears as a short question-and-answer segment in the latest issue of Dabiq, ISIL’s English-language magazine.

 He said his F-16 fighter jet went down near the northern city of Raqqa on December 24 after being hit by a missile.The 26-year-old Jordanian pilot said he ejected from the aircraft and landed in Euphrates River, where he was taken captive by ISIL terrorists.

Jordan’s government spokesman Mohammad al-Momani has declined to make any comment on the interview.

The United States has denied claims that the ISIL shot down the fighter jet, the first aircraft of the US-led coalition fighting ISIL since the airstrikes in Syria started in September.

The Takfiri terrorists and the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights*  said that the aircraft was shot with an anti-aircraft missile.

Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are among a number of countries that have joined the so-called US-led alliance carrying out airstrikes against what it says are ISIL positions in Syria and Iraq. Most of these countries have been supporting al-Qaeda-linked militant groups fighting the government in Syria.


* The Syrian Observatory MI5 is associated .

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Terror Twin Sisters Training with AK-47s as ISIL Fighters


Terror Twin Sisters Training with AK-47s  as ISIL Fighters
Terror Twin Sisters Training with AK-47s as ISIL Fighters
The British teenage sisters who fled to Syria to marry ISIL fighters, have posted pictures of ‘self defence training’ on social media.

Zahra and Salma Halane, both 17, of Chorlton, Manchester left their homes last June after becoming radicalised online.

The pictures have been posted on one of the twins’ Twitter accounts, and shows four veiled women holding AK-47 assault rifles and handguns.

Although neither Zahra or Salma can be identified in the images due to their full veils, the set was posted on one of their Twitter accounts.

The Halane twins, whose parents hail from Somalia, are thought to have married two ISIL Zio-Wahhabi terrorist militants in Syria, who have both died in battle.

Their parents Ibrahim, 52, and Khadra Jama, 45, travelled to the region in November last year, but the twins are said to have refused to come home


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Bahrain: CIA puppet regime Suspended TV Channel Just Hours After Broadcast


Bahrain Takes Down TV Channel Just Hours After Broadcast
Bahrain has suspended a new Arab-language News channel following an interview conducted by the channel with a Bahraini opposition figure.

The suspension happened on Monday a day after Al-Arab news channel, owned by Zio-Wahhabi Saudi Prince al-Waleed bin Talal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, was launched in the Bahraini capital, Manama.

The unexpected suspension came just hours after Al-Arab broadcast an interview with Khalil al-Marzooq, an aide to Sheik Ali Salman, the detained Secretary General of al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, which is Bahrain’s main opposition movement.

Citing a source familiar with the issue, Akhbar al-Khaleej newspaper said Monday that the suspension was “related to the failure of those in charge [in the TV] to abide by the prevailing norms in the Persian Gulf, including the neutrality of media positions and staying away from anything that could negatively impact the spirit of Persian Gulf unity.”

The channel, however, blamed technical problems for the suspension, without giving details.

Broadcast stopped for technical and administrative reasons. We will be back soon, Inshallah (God willing),” the news channel wrote on its Twitter feed.

The channel had started broadcasting at 1300 GMT on Sunday, and its lead story was about Japanese freelance journalist, Kenji Goto, whom the Takfiri Zio-Wahhabi ISIL terrorists claimed in a video released late on Saturday to have decapitated. The news channel would have about 280 staff, including correspondents in 30 countries.


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Is Jordanian Pilot Hostage Still Alive?

‌Is Jordanian Pilot Hostage Still Alive?
Is Jordanian Pilot Hostage Still Alive?
The fate of the Jordanian pilot held by Zio-Wahhabi terrorists ISIL, remains unclear after the terrorist brutally murdered a Japanese journalist over the weekend.

Zionist puppet regime of Jordan spokesman Mohammed al-Momeni said the kingdom is doing ‘everything it can’ to secure the release of Maaz al-Kassasbeh, who was captured by ISIL after his F-16 fighter jet crashed in territory controlled by the terrorists in Syria in December.

ISIS has been demanding the release of a convicted female Iraqi ISIL member on death row in Jordan in exchange for Kassasbeh’s life – a demand the government has expressed readiness to accept provided it is given proof that the pilot still alive.

The news comes just two days after Zio-Wahhabi ISIS’ British executioner in chief, terrorist John, savagely murdered Japanese journalist Kenji Goto in a shocking filmed beheading after days of intensive negotiations through intermediaries to save him.

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King Abdullah dead: We can’t afford not to hold Saudi Arabia’s royals to account


What do you call the unelected leader of a state that beheads people in public, permits only one faith and exports an extreme form of Islam to other countries? If he happens to be Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, self-appointed caliph of Islamic State (Isis), the answer is one of the world’s most wanted terrorists. If he is King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, the proper form of address is “Your Majesty”. Yesterday, the Prince of Wales and the Prime Minister turned up in Riyadh to pay their respects to Salman’s half-brother, King Abdullah, whose death was announced on Friday. Flags flew at half-mast in Whitehall while David Cameron … praised the deceased despot’s efforts towards “strengthening understanding between faiths”. This is the same David Cameron who marched in Paris two weeks ago in solidarity with the victims of al-Qaeda-inspired terrorism. Barack Obama … found the time to praise the absolute monarch and hailed the US-Saudi relationship “as a force for stability and security in the Middle East”. Few of the people hailing Abdullah as a “reformer” said anything about [how] the Saudi royal family promoted the puritanical ideology that created al-Qaeda and its offshoots, [and] sent Osama bin Laden and other young Saudis to fight in Afghanistan, creating a worldwide jihadist movement. Since then, Wahhabist ideology has inspired horrific attacks on civilians in the Middle East, Africa, the US and a string of European capitals.

Note: Read how several current and former US government officials have been trying to expose the Saudi government money behind terrorism. For more along these lines, see concise summaries of deeply revealing government corruption articles from reliable major media sources.


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Shameless Zionist King

Zionist puppet of Jordan decided to send back the country’s Mossad puppet to Zio-Nazi  state almost three months after he was called for consultations in protest of the Nazi army practices at Al Haram Al Sharif in Jerusalem. Regime Spokesperson Mohammad Momani said the decision was made after Jordan sensed ”improvement” ??? in the situation at the shrine, which is under Jordan’s custodianship.

“We have noticed significant progress in Al Haram Al Sharif with the number of worshippers increasing,” Zionist puppet Momani told The Jordan Times.

Zio-Nazi Benjamin Naziyahu welcomed the announcement in a statement issued by his office, Agence France-Presse reported.

“This is an important step which reflects the common interests of Israel and Jordan, above all stability, security and peace,” Naziyahu said.

On November 4, Zionist King recalled its ambassador in Tel Aviv, Walid Obeidat, for consultations following an Nazi raid on Al Aqsa Mosque, the main component of the shrine, the third holiest place for Muslims. The measure came in protest over Nazi escalation and violations of the sanctity of the sanctuary.

Zionist King also lodged a formal complaint with the UN Security Council over the Nazi violations.

Two days after the recall of Obeidat, Zionist King Abdullah received a telephone call from Naziyahu during which he asserted Nazi commitment to defusing tension and restoring calm to Jerusalem, especially at Al Aqsa Mosque and Al Haram Al Sharif compound.

Zionist King Abdullah also hosted a trilateral meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry and the Nazi premier to cool rising tempers as a result of Nazi policies in Jerusalem, which Amman labelled as “provocative”.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi joined over the phone. During that meeting, Naziyahu reasserted Israel’s commitment to keeping the status quo in Jerusalem’s holy sites without change… and respect Jordan’s Hashemite leaders’ historical role as custodians of holy sites in Jerusalem.

After the three-way talks, Kerry said “firm commitments” had been made to maintain the status quo at holy sites in Nazi-annexed East Jerusalem.

Nazi reopened Al Aqsa after a rare closure, and on the first Friday that followed the meeting the occupation authorities allowed Muslims to attend the prayers without the customary age restriction.

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The war on leaks has gone way too far when journalists’ emails are under surveillance


The outrageous legal attack on WikiLeaks and its staffers … is an attack on freedom of the press itself. WikiLeaks has had their Twitter accounts secretly spied on, been forced to forfeit most of their funding after credit card companies unilaterally cut them off, had the FBI place an informant inside their news organization, watched their supporters hauled before a grand jury, and been the victim of the UK spy agency GCHQ hacking of their website and spying on their readers. Now we’ve learned that, as The Guardian reported on Sunday, the Justice Department got a warrant in 2012 to seize the contents – plus the metadata on emails received, sent, drafted and deleted – of three WikiLeaks’ staffers personal Gmail accounts. The tactics used against WikiLeaks by the Justice Department in their war on leaks [are] also used against mainstream news organizations. For example, after the Washington Post revealed in 2013 the Justice Department had gotten a warrant for the personal Gmail account of Fox News reporter James Rosen in 2010 without his knowledge. Despite the ongoing legal pressure, WikiLeaks has continued to publish important documents in the public interest.

Note: In recent years, Wikileaks’ radical transparency has made draft texts of the Trans-Pacific Partnership public, and uncovered a secret CIA report that suggests the US government’s policy of assassinating foreign ‘terrorists’ does more harm than good. So who is the real problem here?


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Anonymous calls for activists to help expose international paedophile networks


With ‘Operation DeathEaters’

January 23, 2015
The Independent…

Hacktivist group Anonymous, which has made public attacks on extremists, corporations and religious and governmental bodies, is calling for help in its fight against international paedophile networks, or what it calls the “paedosadist industry”. In a project named Operation DeathEaters, Anonymous says it is is planning on collating evidence against international paedophile rings and their severe abuse of children and find the links between different operations, and to bring them to justice. Anonymous has issued a video instructing activists on how they can aid in the operation, which has appeared at a time of serious allegations of historic child sexual abuse levied against prominent UK figures, including claims that a VIP Westminster paedophile ring existed in the past. “The Westminster paedophile ring is one of many cases where Operation DeathEaters has actively pursued and sought truth, in order to end the hideous crimes concealed behind the British elite,” Anonymous alleges in a statement. “In fear of these investigations being bungled over time, the operation’s objectives are clear and simple: source public information before it disappears, push for independent enquiry, and offer support to witnesses and the victims where needed.” It has outlined its first step in the operation as gathering “meticulously researched and clearly documented examples of high level complicity in the industry, obstruction of justice and cover ups to show the need for independent inquiries”.

Note: Anonymous has been quite active in exposing pedophiles, as can be seen in the Time magazine article where they revealed information on known offenders to the authorities. For more along these lines, see concise summaries of deeply revealing sex abuse scandal news articles from reliable major media sources.


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Lawyers for Billionaire Sex Offender Linked to Prince Andrew Scandal


Ask Judge to Keep Documents Sealed

Jan 27, 2015
By l
ABC News Producer
PHOTO: The mugshot of Jeffrey Epstein from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement where he is registered as a sex offender.

Attorneys for convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein claim in a new court filing that the billionaire financier will be “irreparably harmed” if emails and letters his lawyers sent to federal prosecutors during plea negotiations are made public, and they’re asking a judge to order that the correspondence remain sealed.

Epstein’s legal brief, filed in U.S. District Court in Florida late Monday by attorneys Roy Black and Martin Weinberg, represents his first formal statements since explosive allegations emerged last month that he had forced a then-17-year-old girl to have sex with Britain’s Prince Andrew and other powerful men.

Epstein’s court filing is peppered with references to “the gossip media,” and “grocery store tabloids” and contains thinly-veiled accusations that the lawyers for recognized victims of Epstein’s alleged sexual crimes are feeding a media frenzy.

“This is a widely watched and reported case,” the court motion states. “Mr. Epstein and a host of other individuals have been the subject of the most outlandish and offensive attacks, allegations, and plain inventions.”

Virginia Roberts, 31, recently reignited worldwide interest in Epstein’s controversial non-prosecution agreement when she claimed in court documents that Epstein had kept her for sex for years as a teenager, and — in turn — trafficked her for sex with a host of his prominent associates, including three times with Prince Andrew, the middle son of Queen Elizabeth II, and at least six times with longtime Harvard legal professor, Zionist dirty puppet Alan Dershowitz.

In an affidavit filed last week, Roberts offered to appear before the court for sworn testimony and vowed to “pursue all reasonable and legitimate means to have criminal charges brought against these powerful men for the crimes they have committed against me and other girls.”

Both the prince and Dershowitz have strenuously denied the allegations.

“Every single word in her affidavit about me is a deliberate and categorical lie,” Dershowitz told ABC News in an interview last week, and he also filed a sworn declaration in court asserting that he had never even met Roberts.

Dershowitz said he wants Roberts to come forward with dates and times on their alleged encounters so he can use his travel records to prove his innocence, he said. “She picked on the wrong innocent person, because I have the will, the determination and the resources to fight back and prove that what she’s saying is false,” he said.

Buckingham Palace issued a strongly worded statement on behalf of the prince, categorically denying Roberts’ allegations as “false and without foundation.” And then the prince himself, speaking last week before an audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, referred vaguely to the “events that have taken place in the last few weeks,” before saying that he wished to “reiterate and reaffirm the statements” already made by the Palace.

PHOTO: A woman who alleges in court papers that she was an underage sex slave for VIPs including Britain’s Prince Andrew is seen pictured here with the prince.
Southern District Court of Florida
PHOTO: A woman who alleges in court papers that she was an underage sex slave for VIPs including Britain’s Prince Andrew is seen pictured here with the prince.

Roberts made her claims in court as she seeks to join a case filed by two other women against the U.S. government. Those women contend that the deal with Epstein violated their rights as crime victims to be consulted and treated with fairness in the administration of justice. Epstein is not a party to the case but has been permitted to intervene on a limited basis to argue motions that affect him directly.

The government has opposed Roberts entry into the case, which was first filed in July 2008 as an emergency motion to stop the deal from taking place without their input. Unbeknownst at the time to the victims, the agreement had already been signed nine months earlier. The government asserts that Roberts waited far too long before seeking to join the lawsuit.

Epstein, an enigmatic financier who has palatial homes in Florida, New York, New Mexico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, was the subject of wide-ranging state and federal investigations, beginning in 2005, looking into claims that he had illegal sexual contact with dozens of minor girls at his Palm Beach mansion and elsewhere. By mid-2007, he was facing a potential federal indictment for alleged sex crimes involving nearly three-dozen teenage girls. If charged and convicted, he could have faced 10 years to life in prison.

Instead, Epstein entered into the unusual and, at the time, confidential non-prosecution agreement with the federal government that resulted in him pleading guilty to two comparatively minor sex crimes in a Florida state court. He pleaded guilty to a count of solicitation of a prostitute and a count of solicitation of a prostitute who is a minor. He served 13 months in jail and must now register as a sex offender for the rest of his life — in any state where he owns a home.

Dershowitz was among a group of prominent attorneys who helped Epstein secure the deal, which also granted federal immunity to any possible co-conspirators who may have assisted Epstein in the commission of the alleged crimes. The deal also required Epstein to pay the costs of a private attorney to assist the alleged victims who wished to negotiate financial settlements without litigation.

Roberts’ attorneys have alleged that Epstein used his wealth and influence with prominent people to secure the favorable deal.

Kenneth Marra, the federal district court judge overseeing the case brought by the victims, has already ruled that the government had an obligation to inform Epstein’s victims about the deal, but has reserved judgment about whether the government failed to meet its obligations until a more complete factual record is developed. Marra has indicated that, if he finds the government violated the victims’ rights, one possible remedy he would consider is a rescission of Epstein’s deal.

The plaintiffs’ attorneys, Bradley Edwards and former federal judge Paul Cassell, have long argued that the correspondence between Epstein’s attorneys and federal prosecutors is “central to this lawsuit” and argued in a motion filed late Monday night that sealing it “would prevent the public from learning about matters of considerable public concern.”

When reached last night by ABC News, Cassell declined to comment on Epstein’s allegations that the victims’ attorneys were engaged in a “frolic with the media.”

Last fall, Judge Marra unsealed a small portion of the correspondence from Epstein’s attorneys that had been kept under seal for several months after being filed. One excerpt — a one-line email from an Epstein attorney sent just as the terms of the non-prosecution deal were being finalized — reads simply: “Please do whatever you can to keep this from becoming public.”

Marra has not set a hearing date, and it is unclear when he might rule. If he were to side with the plaintiffs, the immediate effect could be the unsealing of a 23-page letter written in part by Dershowitz and sent to federal prosecutors two months before the agreement was signed. That letter was filed under seal by the plaintiffs last week.

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How America’s death penalty murders innocents


The evidence is in: the US criminal justice system produces wrongful convictions on an industrial scale – with fatal results
Texas death row
 Death row unit in Huntsville, Texas. Photograph: Greg Smith/Corbis

The US criminal justice system is a broken machine that wrongfully convicts innocent people, sentencing thousands of people to prison or to death for the crimes of others, as a new study reveals. The University of Michigan law school and Northwestern University have compiled a new National Registry of Exonerations – a database of over 2,000 prisoners exonerated between 1989 and the present day, when DNA evidence has been widely used to clear the names of innocent people convicted of rape and murder. Of these, 885 have profiles developed for the registry’s website,

The details are shocking. Death row inmates were exonerated nine times more frequently than others convicted of murder. One-fourth of those exonerated of murder had received a death sentence, while half of those who had been wrongfully convicted of rape or murder faced death or a life behind bars. Ten of the inmates went to their grave before their names were cleared.

The leading causes of wrongful convictions include perjury, flawed eyewitness identification and prosecutorial misconduct. For those who have placed unequivocal faith in the US criminal justice system and believe that all condemned prisoners are guilty of the crime of which they were convicted, the data must make for a rude awakening.

“The most important thing we know about false convictions is that they happen and on a regular basis … Most false convictions never see the light of the day,” said University of Michigan law professors Samuel Gross and Michael Shaffer, who wrote the study.

“Nobody had an inkling of the serious problem of false confessions until we had this data,” said Rob Warden, executive director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern University.

The unveiling of the exoneration registry comes days after a groundbreaking study from Columbia law school Professor James Liebman and 12 students. Published in the Columbia Human Rights Law Review, the study describes how Texas executed an innocent man named Carlos DeLuna in 1989. DeLuna was put to death for the 1983 murder of Wanda Lopez, a young woman, at a gas station. Carlos Hernandez, who bragged about committing the murder and bore a striking resemblance to DeLuna, was named at trial by DeLuna’s defence team as the actual perpetrator of the crime. But DeLuna’s false conviction is merely the tip of the iceberg, as the database suggests.

Recently also, Charlie Baird, a Texas judge, was prepared to issue an order posthumously exonerating Cameron Todd Willingham, who was executed in 2004 for the 1991 arson-related deaths of his three young daughters. Based upon “overwhelming, credible and reliable evidence”, Baird concluded Willingham had been wrongfully convicted; this in addition to a jailhouse witness who recanted his testimony, and scientists who challenged the evidence at trial that the fire that destroyed the Willingham home was caused by arson. Baird was blocked by a state appeals court from issuing the order before he left the bench to pursue private practice.

And again in Texas, lawyers for Kerry Max Cook, a former death row prisoner who was wrongfully convicted of a 1977 murder in East Texas, claim that the district attorney in the case withheld in his possession the murder weapon and biological evidence in the case.

In 2012, the American death penalty has reached a crossroads. Public support for executions has decreased over the years, with capital punishment critics citing its high cost, failure to deter crime, and the fact that the practice places the nation out of step with international human rights norms. Last year, the US ranked fifth in the world in executions, a member of a select club of nations that includes China, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Iran. Further, in the US states that have repealed the death penalty in recent years – including New Mexico, New Jersey, Illinois and, most recently, Connecticut – the killing of the innocent has been cited as a pivotal factor in favor of abolition.

Meanwhile, thanks to an EU embargo on lethal injection drugs to the US, states that practice capital punishment are faced with a shortage of poison to execute prisoners. Some have resorted to purchasing unapproved drug supplies on the black market, or using different chemicals altogether. For example, Ohio has abandoned its three-drug protocol for executions in favor of a single drug called pentobarbital, a barbiturate used to euthanize animals. And Missouri has decided to execute prisoners using propofol, a surgical anesthetic implicated in Michael Jackson’s death.

Apparently desperate and lacking in options to kill, these states would be better-served by joining the civilized world and devoting their efforts to end the death penalty, rather than find new methods to satisfy their bloodlust – which, as the new evidence makes abundantly clear, cannot but cause them to execute innocent citizens. According to the Death Penalty Information Center, 140 men and women have been released from death row since 1973 due to innocence. That death row inmates are exonerated much more often than other categories of prisoner – even when a person’s life is at stake – should shatter anyone’s faith in the presumed infallibility of the court system.

It is now transparent to the public that, at best, the application of the death penalty is rife with human error and incompetence. At worst, we know there is prosecutorial misconduct: that the courts shelter and nurture officials who are rewarded for gaming the system by career advancement, rather than determining true guilt or innocence and ensuring that justice is done.

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