Archive | October 7th, 2015

Syrian gang rape victim who fled to Germany is stabbed to death



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A young woman, Rokstan M, 20, whose family branded her ‘unclean’ after she was gang-raped Saudi Zio-Wahhabi ‘ISIS’ in her Syrian homeland has been found murdered, allegedly by her father and brothers in Germany, evidently on the orders of her own mother…

Shortly before she was found dead in an allotment garden in the eastern German city of Dessau, she apparently had a premonition of her fate. Writing on her WhatsApp profile, she said: ‘I am awaiting death. But I am too young to die.’

Rokstan had been living in a house for single women before returning to her family a few days before she was murdered and buried in a shallow grave. The killing has served to pull into sharp focus the cultural gulf between Germans and the more than one million Syrian expected to arrive in the country this year.

Suspects: Rokstan’s father (left) and two brothers (pictured centre and right) below are wanted for questioning.


Rokstan had arrived in Germany two years ago following her ordeal.  Authorities say she was well integrated into society and worked as a translator for asylum seekers navigating their way through German bureaucracy.

Her body was found on Friday in the family’s allotment in Dessau. An autopsy showed she had been stabbed several times. The father and brothers are wanted for questioning but are nowhere to be found. The Federal Police believe the father, Hasso, has fled Germany and is now in either Turkey or Syria.

But author Krüger claimed the mother actually ordered the killing and once tried to hire a hit man to carry it out.



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Backdoor Erdogan: Limping Turkish President Filmed Exiting Gay Bathhouse


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The Mid East Beast.

A potentially career-ending scandal has engulfed Turkey’s Islamist president after a video showing him leaving an Istanbul gay sauna went viral on YouTube, garnering over a million views within a day.

The video report, by Turkish-German investigative journalist Oskar Osman, clearly captures President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan – a vocal critic of homosexuality – leaving the rear exit of Hiyar Hamam nursing a noticeable limp. He is then whisked away in a waiting black SUV.

The bombshell exposé also features the testimony of Mehmed, a former bathhouse employee, who tipped off Osman as to Erdogan’s movements. According to Mehmed, Erdogan – who makes monthly late-night visits to the bathhouse and dons a mask when he enters to protect his identity – usually plays dominant to chained Kurds pretending to be PKK militants, as well as central European twinks (“Austro-Hungarian pigs, I’ll show you whose cannon is the biggest”).

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The Turkish president, however, does occasionally submit to his ultimate fantasy: being double penetrated by bearded bears dressed up as full-blown Islamic fundamentalist leaders like ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi. “Take it bitch, take it deep in your pseudo-democratic, NATO pussy,” Mehmed recalls hearing one night.

After being raided by police, Hiyar Hamam’s owners labeled the video report a “vicious fabrication,” and Erdogan, who has since ordered YouTube blocked across Turkey, vowed to “fight this seditious attempt by the West to smear me and my god-fearing nation.”

Mehmed, for one, is now safe in Berlin, after German Chancellor Angela Merkel granted his emergency asylum request. “If they shut down one sauna, raid ten bars, imprison 100 gays, it’ll still be worth it,” says Mehmed at the end of the video. “Let all Turks know what a cock-hungry, loose-assed hypocrite our president is.”

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This was a day of gnashing of teeth for the U.S.-supported rat terrorists in the north of the country.  It was at Dayr Haafir and Al-Baab where both the Syrian Air Force and the Russian Air Force delivered their deadly message of rejection to the vile, disease-carrying vermin.  We can confirm, based on ground assessments, that 196 rats belonging to Alqaeda/Nusra were vaporized in the span of 3 hours.  Flying Sukhoi bombers, with MiG 29s overhead monitoring Turk enemy radar and communications, the coalition annihilated 2 separate command-and-control centers and 4 warehouses loaded with ammunition along with a training base.  The actual number of dead hyenas may increase as many die due to severe wounds at the hands of Turk quacks.  The SAA landed several platoons of SF and paratroops on brand new Hind helicopters to clean out the areas attacked and to evaluate the results of the assaults.  The results were spectacular.  An entire vehicle storage garage complete with 14 pickup trucks was converted into molten metal.  Here are the only Syrians among the dead:

‘Abduh Kallaas

Majdeddeen Abu-Saalih

Muhammad Al-Abrash

Hussayn Jammool

Faadi ‘Abdul-Muttalib

Suhayl Shaahbandar

‘Amr Al-Hassan

Hussayn Mushaabik Ghabara

Zayn Rabaah

The rest were all foreigners.  Some were identified as having oriental features suggesting they were Uighers.

Al-Raashideen Quarter at the 4th District:  The 2 air forces were at play over the area here striking groupings of rodents with peculiar accuracy.  Aerial assessments are not as accurate as laser-guided bombs, but, the reports are very positive for dead rodents.


sana-army1-660x330Qubtaan Al-Jabal:  The Syrian Army backed by PDC assaulted a nest of vermin belonging to Nusra/Alqaeda and killed all 6 rats inside. No other details.

Heavy fighting reported here as the SAA moves in for the kill:  Daarat ‘Izza, Bustann Al-Baashaa, Bashkuwy, Kafkeef Village, ‘Ayn Al-Hanash, Al-Jaabiriyya, Al-Judayda, ‘Irbeed, Sharba’, Karm Al-Tarraab, ‘Ayn Al-Jamaajima Village, Qasr Al-Burayj, Al-Shaykh Khudhr, Rayyaan, ‘Ayn Saabil, Kabbaara, Tal Istabl, Al-‘Aamiriyya, Huwayjayna, Al-Muflisa, Jubb Al-Safaa, Al-Radhwaaniyya, Al-Layramoon, Bani Zayd, Al-Sha’aar, Maskana, Al-Khafsa.

Anadaan:  The SAA directed precise rocket and artillery fire at areas devoid of civilians here and struck 2 trucks recently arrived from terrorism-supporting Turkey.  No other details.

Castillo – Youth Residencies Axis:  3 pickups with 23mm cannons were destroyed by the SAAF.  The vehicles were targeted after Russian experts delivered SatInt to the SAA.

Research Center east of the city:  Nusra took a hit here around the Center.   A pickup with 23mm cannon was disabled and a confirmed 4 rats killed.

Al-Layramoon Road:  8 vehicles, 4 of which were pickups with the usual Croatian-manufactured Doschkas were destroyed.  The number of dead is over 25.

Al-Shuqayf to the north of the City:  Over 40 rats killed and 67 wounded with cannons and rockets launchers destroyed by a combined aerial assault courtesy of the Russian and Syrian air forces.  Huge disaster for Turk and Saudi-supported rodents.




armyFor the last 3 days the SAA has been turning a corner in the fight to exterminate the entrenched rats on the Golan Heights.  The SAA has confirmed killing 9 major leaders of the terrorist groups as announced by rat websites.  The dead vermin departed this dimension north of the city of Al-Qunaytra:

These 2 were killed yesterday:

Ahmad Adeeb Al-‘Ammaara (Leader of Kateebat Sayf Al-Islam)

Ismaa’eel Faraj Al-Hareeri (Field commander of Liwaa` Ahmad Al-‘Umar)


These were killed 2 days ago:

Ahmad Khaleefa Al-Muhaymeed (Military commander of Harakat Ahraar Al-Shaam)

“Abu ‘Abdullah Naahita” (Leader of Jamaa’at Jund Al-Malaahim. Id pending.)

Muhammad Ahmad ‘Issa Al-Shuqayr (Leader in Harakat Ahraar Al-Shaam)

Qaasim Muhammad Ibraaheem Kashkoosh (Nusra commander)

Ahmad Qaasim Al-Jaamoos (Leader in Jund Al-Malaahim)


Another 2 terrorist murderers pretending to be leaders did not have their names announced.  Other savages killed were these:

Muhammad Yusuf ‘Abdul-‘Azeez Al-Jabr

Durayd ‘Ali Mahsoob

Raabih Fandi Al-Farwaan

Talaal Shakeeb ‘Assaaf

Muhammad Mansoor Al-Naasser

Muhammad Anwar Abu Nabboot

Khaleel Hussayn Saayil Al-‘Araja



Gary Aus sends this one from Fortruss to make us laugh. It made Canthama crack up:

Nice article by the Ron Paul Institute about Zionism’s rapacious appetite for other people’s properties.


Earthquake 2005 Army Contribution


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On October 8, 2005, at 8:50 a.m. local time, a magnitude Mw = 7.6 earthquake struck the

Himalayan region of northern Pakistan and Kashmir. The earthquake epicenter was located

approximately 9 km north northeast of the city of Muzaffarabad, the capital of the Pakistani-

administered part of Kashmir, known as Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK).

The Pakistani government’s official death toll as of November 2005 stood at 87,350, although it

is estimated that the death toll could reach over 100,000. Approximately 38,000 were injured and

over 3.5 million rendered homeless. According to government figures, 19,000 children died in

the earthquake, most of them in widespread collapses of school buildings. The earthquake

affected more than 500,000 families. In addition, approximately 250,000 farm animals died due

to collapse of stone barns, and more than 500,000 large animals required immediate shelter from

the harsh winter.

It is estimated that more than 780,000 buildings were either destroyed or damaged beyond repair,

and many more were rendered unusable for extended periods of time. Out of these,

approximately 17,000 school buildings and most major hospitals close to the epicenter were

destroyed or severely dam- aged. Lifelines were adversely affected, especially the numerous vital

roads and highways that were closed by landslides and bridge failures. Several areas remained

cut off via land routes even three months after the main event. Power, water supply, and

telecommunication services were down for varying lengths of time, although in most areas

services were restored within a few weeks.

Massive landsliding was a particular feature of this event. A very dense, high-frequency band of

landslides was triggered along the fault rupture trace in the midslope areas; however, it quickly

dissipated with distance away from the fault rupture zone. Almost all landslides were shallow,

disaggregated slides, with two of them larger than 0.1 km2. Due to the generally arid landscape,

liquefaction was not observed or reported by others.


Road closures completely cut off land access to the Jhelum, Neelum, and Kaghan alleys.

Landslides were the predominant cause of the closures. The problem of slope failures along road

cuts was exacerbated by a road-building process that uses explosives in weak structures and cuts

into toes of pre-existing landslides. Many road closures were due to shallow disaggregated slides

and rock falls that rarely caused the complete loss of the roadway bench. However, the unstable

nature of the debris and the presence of disrupted rock masses along the slopes above the

roadway created ongoing challenges in clearing and opening the roads.

The problem of road closures was so significant that the army dedicated 12 engineer battalions to

open roads. Due to the army’s extensive experience with road building, and the availability of

skilled builders in the mountain communities after many years of building the Karakoram

Highway, the opening and reconstruction of roads was handled efficiently. At the time of the

reconnaissance, the Jhelum ValleyRoad, the Kaghan Valley Road, and the Karakuram Highway

had been cleared and opened. The Neelum Valley Road, the only other major road in the affected

area, had only a 5-km stretch remaining to be cleared. While most major roads have been

reopened, there is a vast network of tertiary roads serving the mountain community in the higher

elevations. Many of these roads remain closed, cutting off populations that did not even

experience the direct effects of the earthquake and hampering relief efforts.

Several bridges were damaged, especially within the Jhelum Valley and in Balakot.

Disaster time

Ikram Sehgal

Last Saturday catastrophe came to Pakistan, the country was not prepared for it! Calamities

always come as an unpleasant surprise.

At 8.55 am on Saturday Oct 8, 2005 the region from Kabul in the west to New Delhi in the

east was severely rocked. Cities as far away as Dhaka felt some tremors, the shocks went

on until 9:05 am. Epicentered 95 kms northeast of Islamabad, the most powerful

earthquake to hit this region in a 100 years was recorded at 7.6 on the Richter Scale, the

main focus of death and destruction targeting northern Pakistan in a wide swath from

Peshawar to Azad Kashmir. Media attention riveted the first morning on rescue efforts

directed at the two collapsed blocks of “Margalla Towers” in Islamabad’s posh F-10 sector,

diverting attention from the massive human and material devastation in Azad Kashmir,

Kaghan and Kohistan valleys till hours later. With electricity and telephones lines down

reports about a greater disaster in the mountains came in patches, eg 30% houses

collapsed in Mansehra, 60% in Muzaffarabad, 80% in Rawalakot and Balakot etc, entire

villages perched on the hillsides disappearing in mudslides. In the next 24 hours 40

aftershocks (of which only 17-18 were perceptible) added to the panic.

Beginning Saturday afternoon bad news starting coming in droves from all over and kept

coming, from Peshawar, Mansehra, Garhi Habibullah, Abbottabad and even Lahore, etc.

Widespread devastation was reported from Kaghan, Shinkiari, Shangla, Batal, Gul Mera,

Ughi, Naran and other places not commonplace for the public. Give the government (or

rather the Pakistan Army) credit. From a standing start, the Army provided the core of the

relief mechanism. Supported by PAF the Army mobilised its entire helicopter fleet to carry

out extensive reconnaissance of the area for damage estimation, providing quick relief

wherever possible. The silver lining was the presence of the Army, itself losing over 200

dead and 400 injured, all over the mountains and valleys of Kashmir, engaged in intensive

relief work within hours, providing helicopters, engineers, doctors, manpower etc. For many

of those trapped under the debris of collapsing houses it may have been too late.

The critical Karokoram Highway (KKH) remains blocked due to landslides in many places

along its entire 600 kms length. So is the main road to Muzaffarabad. However some

alternate roads have been cleared, evacuating casualties to nearest hospitals and providing

supplies is almost totally dependent upon helicopters. Limited by numbers in coping with

the magnitude of the devastation, Army Aviation helicopters did magnificent work, keeping

the relief momentum going. Our MI-8s and MI-17s are not enough to cope with such a

catastrophe. As a former helicopter pilot (Alouette-3) with extensive mountain area casualty

evacuation and forward dumping experience in Azad Kashmir, Northern Areas and Sinkiang

Province of China, my heart goes out for the helicopter crews. Chopper flying in such

conditions takes its toll. The wear and tear on the helicopter and crews must be monitored

closely, they will push themselves beyond normal endurance limits, they should not write

cheques neither their body nor their equipment can cash. But I say this with pride that in

the face of this catastrophe our “eagles” will not listen and I salute them for it! During

cyclone relief operations in East Pakistan in 1970 (when only two MI-8s and two Alouette-3

took the load), then Col (later Maj Gen) Nasirullah Khan Babar pushed us (and himself) to

extreme limits. He and Maj (later Brig) Tirmizi put in as many flying hours as any of us

during the day, than attended daily “Relief Coordination Conferences” till late at night!

Maj Gen Shaukat Sultan, Director General (DG) Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR)

initially confirmed 18000 dead and over 41000 injured. With villages perched precariously

on sides of the mountains, and the timing (about 9 am) during Ramazan, one fears that this

will be revised upwards many times over, it could well be beyond 60000 dead, a mind-

boggling 90000 to 100000, even more. Almost all my company employees (security and

courier personnel) from Azad Kashmir, Kaghan and Kohistan valleys lost some loved ones,

my driver Ashraf rushing home to Muzaffarabad on hearing about the sad demise of his

mother. Col (Retd) Qayyum, our Group Zonal Head for Rawalakot, with whom I could only

get through on 11 Oct, lost 9 in his immediate vicinity, 3 of his children were buried under

the debris but survived. Throughout the mountains, this human tragedy will be played out

from town to town, entire villages have disappeared. A blinding thunderstorm the same

night made the roads impossible and turned the rubble into mudslides.

Let’s provide disaster relief and restore basic services of electricity, water, etc, we can

discuss shortcomings later. No government can really plan for the worst. The first few days

are always chaotic and haphazard. Give the government credit at least for mobilising relief

swiftly. Pervez Musharraf led from the front, showing the way by visiting nearly all disaster

areas and many hospitals. The “Disaster Relief Cell” in the PM’s House will certainly do good

but will it be enough? The challenge is to create organization from haphazard, disjointed

effort, to create clean orderly flowlines from chaos. The tough mountain terrain means the

best cannot be good enough.

The need is to set up a permanent Disaster Management Organisation, the US has its FEMA

(Federal Emergency Management Agency). Call it anything else here but let’s get on with it.

Quoting my article “Coping with disaster” written only a month ago to the day on

September 8 after Hurricane “Katrina” had hit the US, “whether it comes with a warning or

is a surprise, coping with any kind of disaster, whether natural or man-made, does not differ

in essentials. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are common for both. First and

foremost we must pre-position supplies, particularly potable water, meals ready to eat

(MRE), medical requisites, blankets, tents, etc. One may include containerised field

ambulance units ready to match up with earmarked doctors. For mass evacuation, vehicles

must be earmarked as well as possible destinations. Flooding being commonplace in most

disasters, collapsible flat-bottom boats with outboard motors and submersible generators

and pumps should also be stored. Lightly armed troops trained to handle both disaster relief

and law and order must be earmarked, carrying only vitally necessary equipment to avoid

being over-burdened. Civilian personnel to supervise and administer relief efforts, medical

staff, communications personnel, engineers with heavy earth-moving equipment and

cranes, as well as containerised communication units must be clearly earmarked. “Disaster

Mobilisation Plans” as well as “Disaster Relief Plans” for each area have to be coordinated

and dovetailed with Provincial and Federal Plans. Sufficient Reserve Funds, activated only

during an emergency, must be kept aside”, unquote. This is not nuclear science, it is simple


The disaster relief must be kept apolitical, to quote, “the command structure should flow

directly from the President, a permanent “Crisis Management Agency” being established

under the Chairman Joint Services Committee (CJSC) for effective coordination of ground,

air and naval resources in support of the effort of the civil administration. The Ministry of

Finance must devise a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to address post-disaster issues.

People will be without jobs, without food and shelter, their children will be without schools,

continuing medical care will be needed and rehabilitation thereof, etc, etc. The short,

medium and long-term economic consequences and remedial measures thereof have to be

worked out, each disaster will have different dynamics”, unquote.

Are we in Pakistan up to it or will we resort to what we normally do, the politics of exploiting


The writer is a defence and political analyst

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Nazi Forces Apply Collective Punishment Policy against Families of Palestinians Attackers,



Two Houses Destroyed in Jabal al-Mukaber Village and Room Closed with Concrete in al-Thawri Neighborhood in Occupied Jerusalem


As part of the collective punishment policy practiced by Nazi forces against families of Palestinians accused of carrying out attacks against Nazi forces and/or settlers, on Tuesday morning, 06 October 2015, Nazi forces destroyed two houses in Jabal al-Mukaber village, south east of occupied East Jerusalem, and rendered their inhabitants outdoor. They also closed a room in a house belonging to a third family in al-Thawri neighborhood in Silwan village, south of the Old City.

The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) condemns this crime that is added to the series of crimes committed by Nazi forces in occupied East Jerusalem in particular and in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) in general. PCHR stresses that this crime is part of the collective punishment policy adopted by Nazi forces against innocent Palestinians in violation of article 33 of the Fourth Geneva Convention that prohibits collective punishment and retaliatory measures against protected persons and their property.

According to investigation conducted by PCHR, at approximately 00:30 on Tuesday, 06 October 2015, Nazi forces, including special units and intelligence officers, accompanied by explosive experts moved into Jabal al-Mukaber village, south east of occupied Jerusalem, while Nazi helicopter was hovering overhead. They raided two houses belonging to the families of Mohammed Ja’abis and Ghassan Abu Jamal.

They obliged their occupants and over 23 neighboring families to leave their houses while firing sound bombs and tear gas canisters to frighten them and prevent them from approaching the area. Nazi forces then planted explosives inside the two houses and remotely blew them up. As a result, the two houses were completely destroyed while other houses sustained serious damage. It should be noted that the 110-square-meter house of Ghassan Abu Jamal used to shelter his wife, Nadia, and their 3 children, while the house of al-Ja’abees is located on the second floor in a 2-storey building.

In the same context, Israeli forces raided in the early morning a house belonging to Mo’taz Ibrahim Khalil Hejazi in al-Thawri neighborhood in the south of East Jerusalem. They surrounded the house, closed its windows with iron plates and then poured concrete in his room.

  • ·         Mohammed Nayef Ja’abis (21), from Jabal al-Mukaber village, was killed on 04 August 2014, when Israeli forces fired over 21 bullets at him from a close range after the bulldozer he was driving hit a bus on Street no. 1 opposite to Shaikh Jarrah neighborhood. Ja’abis was in his work, yet Nazi forces claim that he carried out an attack against the bus.
  • ·         Former prisoner Mo’taz Ibrahim Khalil Hejazi (32) was killed on 30 October 2014, when Nazi special forces opened fire at him while being surrounded on the roof of his family’s house in al-Thawri neighborhood in Silwan village, under the pretext that he opened fire at Rabbi Yehuda Glick, west of Jerusalem.
  • ·         Ghassan Mohammed Abu al-Jamal (32) was killed along with Odai Abed Abu al-Jamal after carrying out an attack on a synagogue in “Har Nov” area in Deir Yassin village in occupied Jerusalem. Nazi forces closed Odai’s house with concrete in July.

PCHR reiterates its condemnation of the destruction of the two houses and closure of a room, which are part of the collective punishment policy adopted by Nazi forces against the Palestinian civilians. PCHR reminds that article 33 of the Fourth Geneva Convention provides, “No protected person may be punished for an offence he or she has not personally committed. Collective penalties and likewise all measures of intimidation or of terrorism are prohibited”. 

Therefore, PCHR calls upon the international community to take immediate and effective action to put an end to such crimes and reiterates its call for the High Contracting Parties to the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949 to fulfill their obligations under Article 1; i.e., to respect and to ensure respect for the Convention in all circumstances, and their obligation under Article 146 to prosecute persons alleged to commit grave breaches of the Fourth Geneva Convention.  These grave breaches constitute war crimes under Article 147 of the same Convention and Protocol I Additional to the Geneva Conventions.

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by Ziad Fadel


LATAKIA:  I have important news about Russia’s sudden decision to create a “No Float Zone” off the coast of Syria.  Russian warships and reconnaissance vessels are speeding out of the Black Sea into the Mediterranean as I write.   The ships will establish a no float zone for any ships trying to interdict the arrival of over 140,000 Russian soldiers at the ports of Tartous and Latakia.  Moreover, it appears Russian aircraft are increasing sorties over Syria and have crossed the border into Turkey in pursuit of Erdoghan’s murderous criminals.  The decision to increase Russia’s role in the conflict was not made yesterday, as Waleed Mu’allim,Syria’s Foreign Minister,  stated in an interview.  This was, as I reported, a plan that had been drawn up by General Gerasimov and his assistants years ago.  The only impediments were Syria’s obsession with keeping foreign boots off Syrian soil and the assurances from Syrian Army generals that the war would be over by now without foreign intervention.  Dr. Assad has made the intelligent and courageous decision to set aside Ba’athist fears of occupation and bring Russia fully into the conflict.

The Saudi monkeys have threatened to increase their aid to the terrorists.‘Aadil Al-Jubayr, Saudi Arabia’s ape-like foreign minister, described as some adolescent catamite by Syrian Information Minister, ‘Umraan Al-Zu’bi,  stated that Assad goes or we increase aid to the killers.  Problem:  we have information based on a source with direct knowledge that over 4,235 rodents have left the scene in Southern Syria for the Jordanian border where they are now re-assimilated into Syrian refugee society.  But, don’t believe for a moment that we don’t know who they are.  Remember, the Big Surprise is yet to be revealed.

Al-Farz Village:  The Syrian and Russian air forces battered the quivering rodents at this village this morning using new air-to-ground guided missiles and hitting their targets with uncanny precision.  3 pickups with 23mm cannons were destroyed or disabled.  The following rodents went to Hell here:

Esmat Aceldaan (TURK WEASEL FECES.  A/k/a “Abu ‘Uthmaan Al-Turki)         

Fahd Sulaymaan Al-Nahla

Ghassaan Al-Sharaf

‘Abdul-Salaam Al-‘Askari

Another 8 were not identified and are believed to be Turkish or Chechen.


Salmaa Area:  Another pickup truck with 23mm cannon was targeted while parked next to a truck used to transport terrorist criminals.  All these killed were Alqaeda members:



Burhaan Zu’aynaati

Kareem Sha’baan


Muhsin Ghaalib

‘Abdul-Ilaah Ahmad Al-Sakaakeeni

Ra’ad Muhammad Al-Bawwaab

Another 24 carcasses were counted but not identified.


‘Akku and Darwashaan:  Syrian aircraft bombarded this area 4 times yesterday as intelligence sources confirmed the presence of over 100 rodents having come over from Turk-Occupied Syria.  The reports here are vague only because no on-the-ground assessment took place yet and we are relying on aerial evaluation.  The reports are consistent, however, that the rats took a big hit here with ambulances noisily hurrying back to Turkish field hospitals with many wounded.  The Syrian air force did not attack the ambulances because of public relations issues.



John Esq. sends this insightful article about Russia’s intervention from MoonofAlabama.  The second article we picked up ourselves:


Cameron attempts to defend ‘squalid’ deal with Saudi Arabia in excruciating


Interview with Jon Snow

Ali Mohammed al-Nimr, 17, faces the death penalty for engaging in pro-democracy demonstrations during the Arab Spring

David Cameron has repeatedly refused to explain why the British government agreed to a “squalid” deal with Saudi Arabia, as the country prepares to behead and crucify a teenager for engaging in pro-democracy protests during the Arab Spring.

In an excruciating interview with Channel 4’s Jon Snow, the Prime Minister floundered for a response when questioned on the recently exposed secret deal with the Saudis to allow both nations’ election to the UN Human Rights Council in 2013.

“This sounds a bit squalid for one of the most human rights abusing regimes on earth,” Mr Snow comments.

The PM claimed he would attempt to personally raise the case of Ali Mohammed al-Nimr, a 17-year-old teenager arrested when he was 14 who faces the death penalty, but only if there was an “opportunity” with Saudi authorities.

“We oppose the death penalty anywhere and everywhere in all our international contacts,” Mr Cameron added.

Pressure mounts on Saudi Arabia over imminent beheading and crucifixion of alleged protester

Asked three times by Mr Snow why – if Mr Cameron “completely disagreed” with the repressive state over their “punishment routines” as he claimed earlier – the UK had agreed to the deal with the Saudi government the PM claimed: “Well, I’ve answered the question.”

“Well, that isn’t an answer is it? I mean we have done a horrid deal,” Mr Snow responds.

Finally, the Conservative leader claimed it was because the British government has “a relationship with Saudi Arabia.”

“It’s because we receive from them important intelligence and security information that keeps us safe,” Mr Cameron said.

“The reason we have the relationship is our own national security. There was one occasion since I’ve been prime minister where a bomb that would have potentially blown up over Britain was stopped because of intelligence we got from Saudi Arabia.”

“Of course it would be easier for me to come on your programme and say: ‘I’m not having anything to do with these people, it’s all terribly difficult etcetera etcetera.’ For me, Britain’s national security and our people’s security comes first,” he added.

Wikileaks released documents this week purporting to show the UK and Saudi Arabia supported each nation’s election the UN Human Rights Council in 2013. Both countries were later elected to the 47-member council until 2016.

Human rights organisation have decried Saudi authorities decision to kill Mr al-Nimr, with Amnesty International describing the teenager’s trial as unfair and “deeply flawed.”

David Cameron’s most awkward interviews


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What happened in Jerusalem? ‘VIDEO’


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   Muhanad al-Halabi Killed by Nazi army
From a reader: “A few days ago Arab and Western news agencies stated that Palestinian(Muhanad al-Halabi) stabbed two Zionist in Jerusalem so the Nazi army shot him dead.

The actually story as I confirmed it from my relatives living in Jerusalem is that the Nazi Jewish settlers were roaming through the old city-Jerusalem early in the morning looking for Arabs so they can get their revenge from them.
When they saw the young man they started beating him senselessly. The Nazi army army showed up and the Arab youth ran toward them pleading for help instead the fascist Nazi army shot him dead from a close range.
You can see the video here and please listen to the young Palestinian crying for help.”



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Death-chanting Nazi mob rejoices as Palestinian teen is executed

Ali Abunimah

This article contains graphic images of violence

Amid increasing violence in occupied Jerusalem and the rest of the West Bank, Israeli forces executed a Palestinian youth in cold blood early on Sunday morning.

Israeli forces have declared that the Old City of Jerusalem will be open only to Jews and foreign tourists for the next 48 hours. No Palestinians except residents will be allowed in.

In a further escalation, Naftali Bennett, the Israeli education minister who openly boasts about how many Arabs he has killed, announced he plans to spend Sunday night’s Jewish holiday of Simhat Torah in the Old City.

Bennett heads the Habeyit Hayehudi (Jewish Home) party whose senior member, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, has openly called for genocide of Palestinians.


Fadi Samir Alloun in an undated image posted onFacebook.

Israeli authorities claimed that 19-year-old Fadi Samir Alloun was killed after a stabbing attack that wounded an Israeli teenager. They presented no evidence connecting Alloun to the alleged stabbing.

But videos posted online show that the youth was executed in cold blood as he was chased by a mob of Israeli Jews baying for his blood.

As the video above begins, voices can be heard in Hebrew shouting – apparently at police – “Shoot him! He’s a terrorist! Shoot him!” and “Don’t wait! Shoot him!”

Alloun can be seen backing away from the mob, along the tracks of the Jerusalem Light Rail.

The lights of a police car can then be seen and the sound of seven gunshots heard. Alloun falls to the ground. At no time in the video was he any threat to anyone.

Wattan TV says the killing occurred in the Musrara area, just outside the walls of the Old City, near the Damascus Gate.

Kill first, ask questions later

A police officer – apparently the shooter – can be seen approaching Alloun. Meanwhile celebratory voices are heard shouting “Yes! Yes! Son of a bitch!” and “Wow!” and “He’s an Arab!”

“Death to the Arabs!” others shout.

A police officer then asks, “Where are the injured?” This suggests that the police shot first and only asked questions afterwards.

It was a cold-blooded execution at the behest of a lynch mob.


This is confirmed by this second video of the same incident published by Alkhaleej Online.

It shows the mob clearly inciting for Alloun to be killed as they chase him. The Palestinian youth is trying to escape.

After police shoot him dead, an officer can be heard asking one of the mob, “Did he stab anyone?

The Israeli youth answers that Alloun did not. While details about the alleged stabbing – and whether Alloun had anything to do with it – are disputed, what is in no doubt is what is visible in the video: he was shot dead in cold blood when he presented no threat to anyone by police who were answering to a mob.

Beautiful voice

Friends and family told the Quds news site that Alloun was gifted with a beautiful singing voice.

He often gave the call to prayer from the Martrys Mosque in the Jerusalem village of Issawiyeh.

Alloun’s family had long been victims of Israel’s occupation policies in Jerusalem. According to Quds, his mother had been a permit to return to Jerusalem from Jordan, where she had gone after her father died. Israel refused to allow the family to reunite, meaning Fadi and his father lived in Jerusalem, while his mother and brother Muhammad remained in Jordan.

Friends said Alloun was a sensitive and quiet person who never showed anger toward anyone.


The execution of Alloun comes as Israel escalates its violent attacks on Palestinians in the wake of recent killings of settlers in Jerusalem and the rest of the West Bank.

On Thursday, two settlers were killed in a drive-by shooting in the occupied West Bank.

On Saturday, 19-year-old Palestinian Muhannad Halabi fatally stabbed two Israelis in the Old City of Jerusalem. Nehamia Lavi, 41, was a rabbi in the Israeli army and Aaron Benita, 21, was a combat soldier. Lavi lived in occupied East Jerusalem and Bennett in the West Bank settlement of Beitar Illit.

Palestinian and Israeli media have reported a sharp escalation in attacks on Palestinians and their property across the West Bank by Israeli occupation forces and settlers in recent days.

The Palestine Red Crescent Society declared a “state of emergency” on Sunday throughout the West Bank following the upsurge of attacks by Israeli soldiers and settlers.

The society said it had faced 14 attacks against its medical staff and ambulances over the past 72 hours. It told Ma’an News Agency that 96 Palestinians had been injured by Israeli live fire, rubber-coated steel bullets and other weapons between Saturday and Sunday evenings.

In Burin village, in the northern West Bank, Palestinians had to defend their homes after Israeli settlers set fire to trees and plants in the village and threw stones and bottles at residents, Ma’an News Agency reported.

Video of Death to Arabs mobs out in full force in Jerusalem …

occupation forces detained the minor Anas Abu Hadwan from Silwan in

occupation forces attacked a man in Al-Qadsyeh street in earlier tonight

Palestinians have attempted to prevent the entry of Israeli occupation forces into the village of Surda, near Ramallah, in order to destroy the Halabi family home.

Soldiers attacked Palestinians attempting to protect the home, with teargas and stun grenades.

According to Israel’s Haaretz they interrogated Halabi’s father and searched and removed the contents of the house in preparation to destroy it.

Summary home destruction is a form of collective punishment, illegal under international law, that Israel only applies to Palestinians.

Hospital kidnapping

Nowhere has been safe. Early Sunday, a group of undercover Israeli agents entered the al-Arabi hospital in Nablus, disguised as Palestinians escorting a patient, and kidnapped another patient, 23-year-old Karam al-Masri, at gunpoint.

Masri, an engineer, had been admitted to the hospital two days earlier, according to Ma’an News Agency.

The Israeli agents also reportedly disabled the hospital’s security cameras.

As I wrote Friday, violence was certain to escalate as long as Israel’s regime of occupation and colonization remains unchallenged.

Due to the seemingly endless international patience with Israel’s occupation, the situation is certain to deteriorate further.

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Roger Waters Slams Bon Jovi Over I$raHell Concert in Open Letter


“You stand shoulder to shoulder/With the settler who burned the baby,” Pink Floyd co-founder writes

Roger Waters; Jon Bon Jovi
Roger Waters penned a long open letter to Bon Jovi, slamming the group ahead of their October 3rd concert in Tel Aviv Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty, Gilbert Carrasquillo/FilmMagic/Getty

Roger Waters penned a long open letter to Bon Jovi slamming the group ahead of their October 3rd concert in Tel Aviv. The former Pink Floyd bassist, long an opponent of Israel’s stance toward Palestine, accused Jon Bon Jovi and his band mates of standing “shoulder to shoulder” with Israel before listing many of the casualties suffered by the Palestinians at the hands of the Israeli government in an op-ed for Salon. Waters has routinely called on his fellow artists to boycott performing in Israel.

“Often in the past I have written detailed, and sometimes even persuasive, letters to colleagues in the music business, encouraging them not to give succor to the Israeli government’s apartheid policies by performing in Israel,” Waters wrote. “Having read Jon’s comments last week in Yedioth Ahronoth, I won’t waste my time drawing parallels with Apartheid South Africa and the moral stand that so many artists took then and that thousands are taking now in the face of decades of Israeli oppression of Palestinians.”

In an interview with Israeli magazine Yediot this week, Bon Jovi said he “always heard what a wonderful place Israel is – the birthplace of all religions. I have been everywhere and Israel was a place that I’ve always wanted to visit, but it never worked out. This time I insisted that Israel must be on our list and it happened!”

A representative for Bon Jovi declined to comment.

In the open letter, Waters references “the soldier who shot the soccer player’s feet to bits,” “the prisoner who fasted for 266 days until freedom” and “the Minister of Justice who called for genocide,” providing links to each example he lists. In February, Waters similarly called out Alan Parsons – the engineer on Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon –for scheduling an Israel concert with the Alan Parsons Project.

Read Waters’ entire letter to Bon Jovi below:

Dear Jon Bon Jovi, David Bryan and Tico Torres,

Often in the past I have written detailed, and sometimes even persuasive, letters to colleagues in the music business, encouraging them not to give succor to the Israeli government’s apartheid policies by performing in Israel. Having read Jon’s comments last week in Yedioth Ahronoth, I won’t waste my time drawing parallels with Apartheid South Africa and the moral stand that so many artists took then and that thousands are taking now in the face of decades of Israeli oppression of Palestinians.

So the die is cast, you are determined to proceed with your gig in Tel Aviv on October 3. You are making your stand.

You stand shoulder to shoulder

With the settler who burned the baby

With the bulldozer driver who crushed Rachel Corrie

With the soldier who shot the soccer player’s feet to bits

With the sailor who shelled the boys on the beach

With the sniper who killed the kid in the green shirt

And the one who emptied his clip into the 13-year-old girl

And the Minister of Justice who called for genocide

You had a chance to stand

On the side of justice

With the pilot who refused to bomb refugee camps

With the teenager who chose eight prison terms over army service

With the prisoner who fasted for 266 days until freedom

With the doctor banned from entry for saving lives

With the farmer who was cut down marching to the wall

With the legless child growing up in the rubble

And the 550 others who won’t grow up at all

Because of the missiles and tank shells and bullets we sent

The dead can’t remind you of the crimes you’ve ignored. But, lest we forget, “To stand by silent and indifferent is the greatest crime of all.”

Roger Waters

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