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Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ‘ISIS’ Terrorists Kill 10 Own Members

ISIS Terrorists Kill 10 Own Members in Western Iraq
Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ‘ISIS’ Terrorists Kill 10 Own Members in Western Iraq
The Takfiri ISIS militant group has reportedly executed nearly a dozen of its own members in Iraq’s embattled western province of Anbar after the latter sought to break away from the terrorist outfit.

A security source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ‘ISIS’ terrorists killed 10 fellow extremists on the grounds that they wanted to desert the group and had tried to escape clashes between the militants and Iraqi forces in the town of al-Karma, located 48 kilometers (30 miles) west of the capital, Baghdad, Arabic-language al-Baghdadia satellite television network reported on Saturday.

Commander of the Federal Police Forces Lieutenant General Raed Shaker Jawdat also said security forces have killed a high-profile ‘ISIS’ figure, identified by the nom de guerre Abu Daham al-Issawi, as they launched Katyusha rockets and artillery rounds at a terrorist hideout in al-Kartan district, which lies east of Anbar’s provincial capital city of Ramadi.

Jawdat added that seven other extremists plus three vehicles belonging to Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ‘ISIS’ militants were also destroyed during the Saturday operation.

Separately, Iraqi security personnel carried out an offensive on the outskirts of the strategic oil-rich city of Baiji, located some 210 kilometers (130 miles) north of Baghdad, killing 25 ‘ISIS’ terrorists in the process. Two car bombs and a bulldozer rigged with explosives were also destroyed.

A total of 21 Daesh militants were also killed as Iraqi forces struck their position in the Albu Hayat area, situated 20 kilometers (12 miles) southeast of Haditha.

Moreover, Iraqi fighter jets carried out thirteen precision strikes against ‘ISIS’ positions across the troubled northern province of Nineveh on Saturday, leaving 45 militants dead.

Gruesome violence has plagued the northern and western parts of Iraq ever since ISIS Takfiris launched an offensive in June 2014, and took control of portions of Iraqi territory.

The militants have been committing vicious crimes against all ethnic and religious communities in Iraq, including Shias, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians and others.

Army soldiers and volunteer fighters are seeking to win back militant-held regions in joint operations; Press TV reported.

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Yemen as Laboratory: Why is the West So Silent About This Savage War?


What is at stake in Yemen that far more systematic violations of the Geneva Conventions than in any of the recent wars which Western powers have supported in the Arab world (Iraq, Syria, Libya and Gaza) are met with resounding silence?

For six months there has been a blockade of food and fuel, and management of aid (even that through the UN) as part of war strategy, bombing of civilian, historical, educational, religious and medical targets, destruction of infrastructure from roads to electricity and water, and use of prohibited weapons.

All of this occurs in a country of over twenty million persons, which has no effective air defences – a country as open to aerial bombardment as Gaza. Yet as an Israeli Foreign Ministry official has pointed out, the principles of international humanitarian law systematically violated in Yemen are those invoked by UN bodies, governments, the Western media, and civil organisations when they charge Israel with the commission of war crimes in Gaza.

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In other words, by its silence and support for Coalition bombing in Yemen, the international community completes the erasure of legal reference in war.

That is a big price to pay for success in a conflict seemingly so minor it receives virtually no press coverage.

How is the conflict explained to us? Spokesmen of Western governments state that a militia movement (Ansarallah) took over the capital forcing out the legitimate government. Thus, as upholders of ‘legitimacy,’ the UNSC (minus Russia) judged it vital to reinstate the earlier government, even though the bulk of the Yemeni national army came over to the side of the


Ansarallah, itself with a substantial popular base in Sanaa and the north. This is evident. But rarely are we reminded that a year ago, under UN auspices a political agreement (‘Peace and National Participation’) was co-signed by the Ansarallah and other Yemeni parties, only for the UN representative to be fired, another appointed, political discussions with the Ansarallah movement terminated, and a military Coalition assembled to reinstate ‘legitimacy’ inside Yemen.

As the Coalition has gone on to destroy not only Yemen but law itself, surely continuing political negotiation would have been a lower price to pay?

Why was it not?

Could it really be that some words just should never be uttered? For example, Ansarallah’s slogans call for ‘death to America and Israel.’ That slogans against America and Israel resound in the streets of a capital city, even of a small, poor, peripheral Arab country, doubled by curses on the Saudi monarch since the bombing began, clearly is unacceptable to the powers concerned. (More gratuitous and offensive to this writer is the puerile call for curses on Jews, who so long formed a component of Yemeni society, and so few of whom remain there.) But are America and Israel sacred terms that no one should ever decry?

And, slogans aside, the fact remains that Ansarallah is a religio-political movement which, unlike al-Qa`idah or Da`ish, works with secular political parties, including the Yemeni Socialist Party, and time and again negotiates politically, most recently accepting the basic clauses of the UN Security Council Resolution 2216, which the Coalition gives as the basis for its attack to restore ‘legitimacy.’

So what else is at stake that the Coalition has been left to bomb for six months to the sound of world silence?

Is it just money? Obviously Saudi Arabia (with more British airplanes than the British army) and the GCC can buy a lot of media, weapons, and people. Yet the support of the US, France and the UK to the Coalition goes beyond what money can buy, even today.   So what else is at stake?

A tentative answer:

The French, who are facilitating the naval blockade, still have a base in Djibouti. It allows them to continue as players in a global network (Diego Garcia and 1400 US overseas bases) expanded from the days of the Cold War. Today, Djibouti’s major function may be not just above, but under, water: to watch the communication cables, which pass between China, Asia and the West that lie on the sea bed. Although all that visitors to Djibouti may see are French army frogmen diving to check the cables, there must be wider coordination with the Israeli submarines patrolling in the Red Sea.

The Coalition is meant to be the first exercise of a GCC ‘rapid deployment force’ advised discreetly by Israeli and American officers. Such coordination in the attack of an Arab country is novel. How has this been marketed? The rage provoked by the deaths of the invading GCC forces in Mar`ib suggests that Yemen was dreamt of as a training programme for wars modelled on recent Israeli ones – a war to be determined by aerial bombardment, but without the international outrage at war crimes that Israel suffers.

Yemen as a laboratory for new wars? It seems bizarre since, compared to Gaza, Yemen is far larger, intelligence mapping of the population far poorer, and there is still something of a ground army standing. But if one remembers how Yemen has served as a laboratory for US drones, including targeted assassination of a US citizen, perhaps it was so marketed.

Indeed there is something glossy about the way the war was sold to the GCC leaders (GCC minus Oman which refused to participate) even if we, the general public, haven’t seen the brochures. For the Emiratis it was to lead to ‘the City of Light’ (al-Noor Yemen) of booming commerce on the Indian Ocean and open to East Africa but subject to the management choices of Dubai. To the Saudi very much more was promised: unified control of ‘The Empty Quarter’ and its fabled unexploited quantities of oil and gas which the US guarded in the ground so long as the government was Yemeni; practice in making and unmaking societies and governments by precision bombing of a population dependent on food imports; and a victory so stunning, the Arabian Peninsula becoming effectively theirs, that peace with Israel could soon be publically celebrated.

In early June at a Council on Foreign Relations event, retired Major General Anwar Eshki of Saudi Arabia laid out the package. He was joined at the event by Ambassador Dore Gold of Israel. What Eshki said is not news in Saudi Arabia. But it is not often spoken out aloud, and certainly not reported with any measure of diligence in the West. Here is Eshki’s package:

In the Arabian Peninsula, there is a promising oil field in the Empty Quarter [Rub’al-Khali] that will obligate the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council and Yemen to cooperate to protect it and its gains. This unity will be modeled—or rather, must be modeled—on the U.S. constitution that united America and granted it its democracy. As for the promising Ogaden [oil] field in Ethiopia, it will unite the Horn of Africa under Ethiopia’s leadership. And a bridge shall be built between the African continent and the Arabian Peninsula: The Al-Noor Bridge that shall connect the city of Al-Noor in Djibouti and the city of Al-Noor in Yemen.

All this demands a number of things:

1 Achieving peace between Arabs and Israel.

2 Changing the political system in Iran.

3 Unity of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

4 Achieving peace in Yemen and revitalizing the port of Aden because this will rebalance the demographics of employment in the Gulf.

5 Establishing an Arab force with American and European blessing to protect the countries of the Gulf as well as the Arab countries and to safeguard stability.

6 The speedy establishment of the foundations of democracy with Islamic principles in the Arab world.

7 Working toward the creation of a greater Kurdistan in peaceful ways as this will weaken Iranian, Turkish, and Iraqi ambitions and would split up a third of each of these countries in favor of Kurdistan.”

Why is the West so silent about Yemen? Perhaps these seven points provide the elements of an answer.

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Russia, Iran, Syria Cooperating on Security Issues in Iraq

Russia, Iran, Syria Cooperating on Security Issues in Iraq
Russia, Iran, Syria Cooperating on Security Issues in Iraq
Iraq said on Saturday that its military officials were engaged in intelligence and security cooperation in Baghdad with Russia, Iran and Syria to counter the threat from the Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ‘ISIS’ terrorists.

A statement from the Iraqi military’s joint operations command said the cooperation had come “with increased Russian concern about the presence of thousands of terrorists from Russia undertaking criminal acts with ISIS,” Reuters reported.

Russian news agency Interfax quoted a military diplomatic source in Moscow as saying the Baghdad coordination center would be led on a rotating basis by officers of the four countries, starting with Iraq.

The source added a committee might be created in Baghdad to plan military operations and control armed forces units in the fight against Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ‘ISIS’.


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“We Are Back in America”: ISIS Propaganda Video on 9/11 Anniversary

“We Are Back in America”: ISIS New Propaganda Video Released on 9/11 Anniversary
“We Are Back in America”: ISIS New Propaganda Video Released on 9/11 Anniversary
ISIS has released a new propaganda video on the anniversary of 9/11 – threatening new attacks on the US. ISIS claim they are ‘back in America’ during the ten minute video, which also warns the US to expect a repeat of the atrocity as well as ‘cars full of explosives and suicide bombers’.

The film was released as America marked 14 years to the day since two jets were flown into the World Trade Centre in New York killing nearly 3,000 people.

The video includes footage of ISIS militants fighting along with a song featuring the lyrics: ‘The soldiers of Allah are ready’.

According to the Mirror, the threats appeared on two Twitter accounts.

It comes just a day after a recording emerged of the leader of Al-Qaeda delivering a sinister message to young Muslim men in the United States and other Western countries, encouraging them to carry out attacks in their home countries.

Terror leader Ayman al-Zawahiri made the call to arms in an audio recording that was posted online on Sunday.

He also urges militant groups across the world to establish a greater unity in their “jihads”.



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30,000 Zio-Wahhabi Takfiri Fighters Joined Terrorists in Syria, Iraq since 2011

30,000 Foreign Takfiri Fighters Joined Terrorists in Syria, Iraq since 2011
30,000 Zio-Wahhabi Foreign Takfiri Fighters Joined Terrorists in Syria, Iraq since 2011
Some 30,000 Zio-Wahhabi Takfiri militants from over 100 countries, including more than 250 Americans, have travelled to Syria and Iraq since 2011 to join the ranks of Zio-Wahhabi Takfiri terrorist groups operating in the two countries, a report says.

Most of the militants have been recruited by the Saudi Zio-Wahhabi Takfiri ISIS terrorist group, The New York Times reported on Saturday, citing US intelligence and law enforcement officials.

The figure, a doubling of last year’s assessment, suggests that a year of air strikes by the US-led coalition against purported ISIS positions has not hindered the group’s recruitment.

The report said the “group continues to replenish its ranks.”

According to the Pentagon, the coalition air strikes have killed about 10,000 ISIS terrorists. Despite that, the Saudi Zio-Wahhabi Takfiri group recruits “an average of about 1,000” militants a month, the report underscored.

Apart from the air strikes, the US has also set up a USD 500-million program to train “moderate” militants operating against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

The chief of the US military campaign in Iraq and Syria has acknowledged that the program has so far yielded only “four or five” militants.

The remarks by Army General Lloyd J. Austin III before a Senate panel on September 16 set off a wave of criticism from congressional lawmakers, who are wary of the Obama administration’s strategy toward ISIS.

Critics say US-allied militants could turn their training and weapons against the Syrian government rather than ISIS because they see the terrorists fighting in a parallel war.

The influx of foreign militants into Syria and Iraq has prompted warnings from several European governments in recent months. A large number of Europeans have entered Syria to fight against the Damascus government, and fears are now growing that the battle-hardened militants may carry out terrorist attacks once they return home.

Gruesome violence has plagued the northern and western parts of Iraq ever since ISIS launched an offensive in June 2014, and took control of portions of the country.

In Syria, the foreign-sponsored conflict, which flared in March 2011, has claimed more than 240,000 lives up until now, according to reports; Press TV reported.


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Good News: Death of Zio-Wahhabi Ruler of Dubai’s Son in Yemen

Video Leaked before Death of Ruler of Dubai’s Son in Yemen
Video Leaked before Death of Zio-Wahhabi Ruler of Dubai’s Son in Yemen
Leaked pictures of the son of the Zio-Wahhabi ruler of Dubai among UAE soldiers in one of the military bases of the operation against Yemen, increase the probability that he was killed in Yemeni forces’ attack and raise the question that the story of his heart stroke was a lie, Al-Alam News Network reports.

According to Al-Alam News Network, Emirati officials announced the cause of the death of the Zio-Wahhabi Ruler of Dubai’s Son Rashid Bin Mohammed, 34 years old, as heart stroke on September 19, 2015. And they declared three days of mourning in UAE.

Al-Alam News Network now has access to a film that shows the son of the Ruler of Dubai was in Yemen’s Marib province, among the UAE troops.

This area was under Yemeni Army’s missile attack, August 26, 2015, during which dozens of military coalition against Yemeni people were killed, including at least 45 military Emirates.

Yemeni sources also emphasized that great son of the Ruler of Dubai has been killed in a missile strike in Marib.

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‘I have become a body without a soul’: 13 years detained in Guantánamo



Zaher Hamdoun is a 36-year-old Yemeni man who has been detained in Guantánamo without charge since he was 22, one of 116 prisoners still detained there six years after Obama promised to close the facility. Hamdoun is not among the 52 men approved for transfer from Guantánamo, nor is he in a dwindling group of detainees the government plans to charge. He is in a nebulous middle category of people the Obama administration has determined it is not going to charge but doesn’t know if it is ever going to release.

Though the president in 2011 ordered periodic administrative reviews of men in this group … the reviews didn’t start until a mass hunger strike broke out in 2013. Still today, the majority of men haven’t been reviewed, including Hamdoun. Though he has been a Guantánamo prisoner for almost 14 years without charge, and doesn’t know if he will ever be released, the administration says this is not indefinite detention. [Hamoud writes of his current state]: “I have become a body without a soul. I breathe, eat and drink, but I don’t belong to the world of living creatures. I rather belong to another world, a world that is buried in a grave called Guantánamo. I fall asleep and then wake up to realize that my soul and my thoughts belong to that world I watch on television, or read about in books. That is all I can say about the ordeal.”

Note: For more along these lines, see concise summaries of deeply revealing civil liberties news articles from reliable major media sources.

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Seven members of ‘terrifyingly depraved’ paedophile gang jailed


Jailed members of the paedophile gang (left to right) John Denham, Matthew Stansfield, Matthew Lisk, David Harsley, Robin Hollyson, Chris Knight and Adam Toms

Seven members of a paedophile gang involved in the rape and abuse of babies and young children have been jailed for a total of 78 years … following an investigation led by the National Crime Agency (NCA). They were convicted of 29 child sex abuse offences, including conspiracy to rape and the multiple rape of a child aged under 13.

The gang hid behind a veil of respectability, with careers and families, to habitually target children under the age of five. Police said an “incredible” amount of planning went into gaining access to victims. Ian Glover, senior investigating officer, said: “We’ve encountered grooming where the family have been groomed prior to birth of the baby. They go in that early with the sole intention of abusing that baby once it’s born.”

Extensive planning went into enabling the abuse to be screened over the internet to co-conspirators and other paedophiles around the world. Images of abuse relating to the case are believed to have been seen on every continent and police have circulated evidence about other suspected paedophiles to authorities in Europe, South America and Australia. There was no business element to the activities, with no evidence of any payment being received. The NCA said 26 people had been arrested so far in connection with the ongoing investigation. Of those, six were in positions of trust – three teachers, two charity or fundraiser workers and one who was employed by a local authority. More arrests and charges are expected in the UK and abroad.

Note: A major Australian sting operation recently uncovered a similar criminal network. And a college professor exposed a widespread ring of child abuse cults before being silenced for his revelations. For more along these lines, see concise summaries of deeply revealing news articles on sex abuse scandals from reliable major media sources.


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Alabama officer kept job after proposal to murder black man and hide evidence


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A police officer in Alabama proposed murdering a black resident and creating bogus evidence to suggest the killing was in self-defence, the Guardian has learned. Officer Troy Middlebrooks kept his job and continues to patrol Alexander City after authorities there paid [Vincent Bias] $35,000 to avoid being publicly sued over the incident. Middlebrooks, a veteran of the US marines, said the man “needs a god damn bullet” and allegedly referred to him as “that nigger”, after becoming frustrated that the man was not punished more harshly over a prior run-in. The payment was made … after a secret recording of Middlebrooks’s remarks was played to the city’s police chiefs and the mayor. Elected city councillors said they were not consulted. A copy of the recording was obtained by the Guardian. Middlebrooks, 33, made the threatening comments to Bias’s brother-in-law during a May 2013 encounter at his home, which Bias was visiting.

Police came to the home after they discovered an unleashed dog. A lawsuit from Bias that the city paid to settle before it reached court stated that … the officer remarked to Bias’s brother-in-law, who is white, that he was tired of “that nigger” being released from jail. Middlebrooks allegedly said “the police were going to pull [Bias] aside on a routine traffic stop and [Bias] would get killed”.

Note: For more along these lines, see concise summaries of deeply revealing government corruption news articles from reliable major media sources.

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Former chair of Balsall Heath Forum Dr Dick Atkinson has told how being under investigation for allegations of historical sex abuse left him ‘ suicidal’

The 72 year-old spent 15 months on ball before being told ‘ do to his health conditions’ he would not be prosecuted.

Atkinson likened operation YEWTREE-LAUCHE  after the Jimmy Savile scandal to the ‘ Salem witch Hunt’.



See: METRO sunday, September 27,2015 p.9


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