Archive | July 19th, 2015

Iraqi Forces Kill over 160 ISIS Saudi Takfiris in Anbar

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Iraqi Forces Kill over 160 ISIS Takfiris in Anbar
Iraqi Forces Kill over 160 ISIS Saudi Zio-Wahhabi Takfiris in Anbar
The Iraqi army and popular committees killed Dozens of Takfiri terrorists in daylong clashes in Anbar province, Al-Alam News Network reports.

“Over 160 ISIS militants were killed in the Iraqi army’s operations in the city of Ramadi on Thursday,” the Iraqi defense ministry announced in a statement on Friday.

Earlier today, the Iraqi defense ministry announced that its fighter jets launched massive air raids on Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ISIS positions in the nearby areas of Ramadi which resulted in the killing of tens of militants.

“The Iraqi airstrikes against hideouts of the Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ISIS militants in the surrounding areas of Hasiba and the outskirts of al-Khalediya City and Ramadi, killed and wounded a large number of the terrorists, and destroyed a large store of their booby-trapped vehicles,” the ministry said.

 

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Yemen Army Kills Dozens of Pro-Hadi, Al-Qaeda Militants in Aden

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Yemen Army Kills Dozens of Pro-Hadi, Al-Qaeda Militants in Aden
Yemen Army Kills Dozens of Pro-Hadi, Al-Qaeda Militants in Aden
The Yemeni army and Ansarullah fighters continued their offensives on the terrorists’ positions in Southern Yemen, and killed tens of pro-Hadi and Al-Qaeda militants in heavy clashes in the city of Aden, Al-Alam News Network reports.

Heavy clashes erupted between the Yemeni forces and the foreign-backed terrorists in al-Tawahi and al-Mo’ala regions in the suburbs of Aden city.

The Yemeni army and Ansarullah movement, meantime, rejected the media news on the fall of Aden in the terrorists’ hands.

The Yemeni forces also continued their advances in the city of al-Mansoura in Aden province.

On Friday, the Yemeni army launched missile attacks on strategic military bases in Southern Saudi Arabia in retaliation for Riyadh’s continued airstrikes on Yemen.

The Yemeni forces hit Zio-Wahhabi al-Moazab military base with 10 missiles and Zio-Wahhabi  al-Khoube military base with 6 missiles today.

The Yemeni army also destroyed the watch tower of Al-Hasira military base in Jizan.

Yemeni Army Spokesman Brigadier General Sharaf Luqman said in a statement that the missiles hit and destroyed the target in precision attacks.

 

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Blasts Hit Cars for Hamas, Islamic Jihad Members in Gaza

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Blasts Hit Cars for Hamas, Islamic Jihad Members in Gaza
Blasts Hit Cars for Hamas, Islamic Jihad Members in Gaza
Explosions on Sunday destroyed five cars in Gaza belonging to members of Hamas and Islamic Jihad, witnesses and a security source said, amid tensions between the Palestinian territory’s rulers and “Islamist extremists”.

Police for Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip, have not yet commented on the explosions in different areas of Gaza City. There was no immediate confirmation of any casualties.

A security source said three of the cars belonged to members of Hamas and two to Islamic Jihad members.

There have been growing signs of internal unrest in the Gaza Strip, with Hamas engaged in a power struggle with smaller extremist groups.

A spate of bomb attacks has targeted public buildings and officials as well as international organisations.
Rocket fire from Gaza into I$raHell has also been claimed by “Salafist extremists” claiming links to the so-called Islamic State group.

Saudi Zio-Wahhabi Salafist groups have been angered by a Hamas and claimed in recent weeks that around 100 of their members or supporters were behind bars.

They also criticise Hamas for what they see as its lack of zeal in enforcing Islamic law as well as for its truce with the NAZI regime of I$raHell since last year’s war in the Gaza Strip.

 

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Hamas Blames Zio-Wahhabi Daesh for Car Blast in Gaza

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Hamas blames Daesh for car Blast in Gaza
Hamas blames Saudi Zio-Wahhabi Daesh for car Blast in Gaza
Seven cars belonging to Hamas and activists in Gaza exploded on Sunday morning in apparent car bombings that are being blamed on Saudi Zio-Wi Daesh (ISIS) rat’s.

A number of the cars exploded in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood, considered a Hamas stronghold, Palestinian media reported.

Abu Hamar, a commander in Hamas’ security forces in Gaza, blamed Zio-Wahhabi ISIS for the explosions and called for a Hamas reaction.

A photo reportedly taken near the scene of one of the explosions shows the  Zio-Wahhabi ISIS logo which may indicate that the group’s militants took responsibility for the attack.

In May, Hamas said that so-called “Islamic State” sympathizers in the Gaza Strip are making their presence felt on social media, but the group has no real foothold in the Palestinian territory.

Sami Abu Zuhri, a Hamas spokesman, said “there is nothing called the Islamic State in the Gaza Strip,” adding that the group only had some supporters in the territory.

“We do not fight people because of what they think, but at the same time, we do not allow any violations of security, whether by groups or individuals,” Abu Zuhri said.

 

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Syrian Army Strikes Terrorists across Country

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Syrian Army Strikes Terrorists across Country
Syrian Army Strikes Terrorists across Country
Besides the increasing casualties inflicted upon their ranks, terrorist organizations have also suffered heavy losses in equipment as the Syrian army units continue targeting their movements, hideouts and positions all across the country, Al-Alam News Network reports.

Lattakia
The Syrian army established full control over new areas in the northern countryside of Lattakia province, a military source announced on Friday.

Those areas included Beit Zifa and Beit Khaddour villages and al-Sindian Mount, al-Khodr Hill, al-Rahmaliyeh Mount and al-Miqtraniyeh Mount.

The source told SANA that violent clashes took place with the terrorists, who were mostly from Jabhat al-Nusra.

The clashes left many of the terrorists killed, while tens of them fled away towards the areas near the border with Turkey, according to the source.

Later, a military source said the Syrian army’s Air Force eliminated a number of terrorists, injured others, and destroyed their hideouts and vehicles in Jub al-Ahmar and Arafit in the province’s northern countryside.

Quneitra
Many terrorists were killed and an ammunition depot was destroyed during Syrian army operations to the west of Mas’hara Hill, Bir Ajam and al-Hamidiyeh in the countryside of the southern Quneitra province.

Sweida
A Syrian army unit destroyed several terrorists’ vehicles loaded with weapons moving on Ara-Jbeib road in the southwestern countryside of the southern Sweida province.

Meanwhile, Syrian army units clashed with ISIS terrorists who tried to infiltrate al-Haqf village and Bouthaina hill from the direction of al-Qasr and Khirbet Saab villages in the northeastern countryside of the province. Many of the attacking terrorists were killed and their weapons and munitions were destroyed.

Earlier, field sources told SANA that Syrian army units clashed with ISIS terrorists who tried to infiltrate al-Haqf village on Thursday night. Most of the terrorists were killed, while the rest retreated towards the villages of al-Qasr, al-Saqiyeh and Rajm al-Dawleh in al-Badia desert.

In another context, two civilians were killed and another was injured as an explosive device blast targeted a car on the road linking the villages of Bouthaina and al-Haqf, according to a source in Sweida province.

Damascus Countryside
A Syrian army unit killed almost all members of three terrorist groups in al-Zabadani area in Damascus Countryside.

Syrian army units killed a number of terrorists in Beit Jinn, Maghr al-Mir and Khan al-Sheeh farms.

In Zabadani, Syrian army units in cooperation with the Lebanese resistance clashed with a number of armed terrorist groups in the city, eliminating all members of three terrorist groups and destroying their weaponry and munitions.

Aleppo
Syrian army units completely foiled terrorists’ infiltration attempts in the southern countryside of Aleppo province, according to the military source.

The source said the Syrian army members clashes with terrorists who tried to infiltrate the areas of Jabal al-Qarh, Jabal al-Batmeh, Jabal Azzan and Haddadin.

Most of the terrorists were killed, the rest fled away and their vehicles were destroyed as a result of the clashes.

The source added that a terrorists’ attack on Kweires Airport, 40 km to the east of Aleppo city, was frustrated as the Syrian army units defending the airport repelled terrorists who tried to infiltrate and attack it, leaving large numbers of them killed or injured.

Idleb
In the neighboring Idleb province, the Syrian army air force destroyed several hideouts, killing terrorists inside them in Abu al-Duhour, M’artamsarin, Kafr Oweid and Jannet al-Qura in the countryside.

Deir Ezzor
A number of ISIS terrorists were killed and their vehicles were destroyed in Syrian army air strikes that targeted their gatherings in the villages of al-Mrei’iyeh and al-Jafreh in the countryside of the eastern Deir Ezzor province.

Homs
Syrian army units foiled ISIS terrorists’ attempt to infiltrate a military checkpoint in Palmyra countryside, killing and injuring most of the assailants and destroying their weapons and vehicles.

The Syrian army also targeted ISIS hideouts and fortifications in al-Muthalath, al-Ma’ale and al-Masek Mount, killing a number of terrorists and destroying two armored vehicles.

Daraa
A military source told SANA that Syrian army units destroyed terrorist organizations’ hideouts and eliminated many terrorists in Aqraba, Kafr Shams, and west of Antar hill in Daraa countryside.

Other Syrian army units eliminated two terrorist groups and destroyed their weapons and ammo in the western neighborhood of Bosra al-Cham and on the road between al-Yadouda and al-Mastara in the province’s countryside.

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Watch UK Queen Performing Nazi Salute

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Watch Queen Performing Nazi Salute
Watch Queen Performing Nazi Salute
Queen and Buckingham Palace are fury as old pictures & video show her performing Nazi Salute.

Buckingham Palace has reacted with fury after footage of the Queen performing a Nazi salute as a young girl was released by The Sun last night.

The shocking film from 1933 shows Edward VIII teaching the seven year old future Queen and her three-year-old sister Princess Margaret how to do the salute in the gardens at Balmoral.

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Zio-Wahhabi Prince Sues Cousin for Drugging, Abduction

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Saudi Prince Sues Cousin for Drugging, Abduction
Saudi Zio-Wahhabi Prince Sues Cousin for Drugging, Abduction
Senior Zio-Wahhabi prince Sultan bin Turki has filed a criminal complaint against his cousin over orchestrating his abduction, sedation, and forcible repatriation from Switzerland, Press TV reports.

Zio-Wahhabi Sultan filed a criminal complaint in Switzerland against his cousin Zio-Wahhabi Abdulaziz bin Fahd, as well as the current Zio-Wahhabi minister of Islamic affairs, Saleh al-Sheikh, over the alleged abduction, which took place just outside Geneva in 2003, British newspaper Guardian reported on Friday.

According to Pierre de Preux, Prince Sultan’s lawyer, Swiss Prosecutor Stéphane Grodecki has ordered a criminal investigation into the case.

“A complaint has been filed on behalf of Prince Sultan in Geneva,” Preux said, adding, “A criminal investigation has started and is going on.”

Zio-Wahhabi Prince Sultan’s claim relates to a chain of events stretching back to early 2000s. He came to brief public prominence in 2002 when he promised to reveal the full extent of corruption among Saudi monarchy and issued a public call for reform.

In June 2003, Prince Sultan attended an event at a palace owned by members of the Zio-Wahhabi royal family in the Swiss municipality of Collonge-Bellerive, just outside Geneva, along with the two accused.

He said following the private meeting with Zio-Wahhabi Abdulaziz and Zio-Wahhabi Saleh al-Sheikh, five masked men knocked him unconscious, anesthetized him, taken him to a Boeing 747 waiting at the Geneva airport, and flew him to the Saudi capital Riyadh.

The abducted Zio-Wahhabi spent five days at a hospital due to medical complications and was later held at the high security al-Hai’r prison. He was then placed under house arrest for several years in Riyadh.

The prince made an unexpected partial recovery and escaped Zio-Wahhabi custody late in 2010.

Sources say a blame game has played out in the Zio-Wahhabi royal family over the kidnapping ever since Prince Sultan’s father, Prince Turki bin Abdulaziz, found out about his son’s ordeal.

Mutual finger pointing has stalled all attempts at solving the dispute for several years.

Zio-Wahhabi Sultan also alleges many organizations in the Saudi Zio-Wahhabi regime as well as some of the most important and influential princes in the Zio-Wahhabi royal family had a hand in his abduction.

Experts believe that the case has also the potential to spark a diplomatic row between Zio-Wahhabi regime Saudi and Switzerland.

 

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