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U.S. Aircraft Carrier Sent To Yemen Amid Reports Of Iranian Arms Convoys


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The U.S. Navy has sent an aircraft carrier and a guided-missile cruiser toward Yemen.

The U.S. Navy sent the carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt and its escort cruiser, USS Normandy, from the Gulf into the Arabian Sea on April 19.

Army Colonel Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman, denied reports the ships  were on a mission to intercept Iranian arms shipments to Yemen.

The ships will join seven other U.S. warships in the waters near Yemen, where Iranian-backed Huthi rebels are battling forces loyal to the Western-backed president.

The U.S. Navy said it had increased its presence in the area because of the instability.

It said in a statement the purpose was to ‘ensure the vital shipping lanes in the region remain open and safe.’

The actions come as U.S. officials closely monitor a convoy of seven Iranian ships believed to be headed toward Yemen with unknown cargo aboard.

At the White House, spokesman Josh Earnest acknowledged concerns about arms shipments from Tehran to the Huthis.

‘We have seen evidence that the Iranians are supplying weapons and other forms  of support to the Huthis in Yemen,’ Earnest said.

‘That’s the kind of support that will only contribute to greater violence in that country, a country that’s already been racked by too much violence.’

The Shi’ite Muslim Huthi fighters control much of Yemen after seizing the capital Sanaa in September, 2014.

Saudi Arabia and a coalition of its Arab allies have launched air strikes in an effort to stop the advance of the Huthis, a move Tehran has condemned.

In a column published April 20 in the New York Times, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called for a regional dialogue, and said ‘Yemen would be a good place to start.’

He noted that Iran had urged an immediate cease-fire, humanitarian aid, and an ‘intra-Yemeni dialogue’ leading to the formation of a national unity government.

Reacting to Zarif’s remarks, U.S. State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said Washington might talk with Iran about promoting regional stability.

However, Harf noted there was a difference between talking with the Iranians and working with them.

‘We’ve always said we won’t be coordinating or working with the Iranians, and there’s a difference between discussing and working with,’ she said.

Based on reporting by AP, Time, and U.S. News

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Yemen Brings US, Iran Closer to Naval Face-off


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by Aru Pande, Jeff Seldin

Rising tensions over the conflict in Yemen appear to be pitting the United States against Iran in a sensitive showdown in the Gulf of Aden.

Citing current instability and the need to ensure that vital shipping lanes in the area remain open, U.S. naval officials said Monday they are sending two more ships to the waters off the coast of Yemen to take part in “maritime security operations.”

The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt and the guided missile cruiser USS Normandy passed through the Strait of Hormuz on Sunday, joining seven other U.S. battleships in the area, including the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group, which includes a complement of more than 2,000 U.S. Marines.

“The focus is to make sure we have sufficient forces in the area to counter any threats,” said U.S. 5th Fleet spokesman Commander Kevin Stephens, adding that weapons smuggling is a concern. ‘If they were to have indications of weapons smuggling, there are a number of steps they could take,” he said.

Such measures could include “consensual boarding,” something the Navy did to a Panamanian-flagged vessel in the Red Sea that had been suspected of carrying arms, although nothing was found.

The U.S. move follows reports that Iran has sent a convoy of seven to nine ships to the area, some possibly with weapons for Yemen’s Houthi rebels. Iran earlier said it had sent two other ships to the area for anti-piracy operations.

At the Pentagon, spokesman Colonel Steve Warren said U.S. officials are “keeping a very close eye on maritime activities in that region,” but he rejected reports that the move is designed to deter any Iranian arms shipment.

“The USS Theodore Roosevelt is repositioning to conduct maritime security operations,” he said. “It is not going to intercept any Iranian vessels.”
At the White House, Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the U.S. has raised concerns, both publicly and privately, with Shi’ite-dominated Iran about its continued support for the Shi’ite Houthi rebels, even supplying the group with weapons.

“There is a real risk that continued political instability inside Yemen would allow more extremist groups to flourish,” he said. “These are exactly the kind of destabilizing activities that we have in mind when we raised concerns about Iran’s destabilizing activity in the Middle East.”

Already, U.S. officials have raised concerns that ongoing turmoil in Yemen is benefiting groups like al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula.

“AQAP is definitely taking advantage of the chaos, taking over infrastructure [in Yemen],” said a U.S. official who spoke to VOA on the condition of anonymity.

There also are ongoing concerns that Tehran is relying on that same chaos to expand its own sphere of influence.

“It stands to reason the Iranians will do what they can to take advantage of, to the extent they can, of the increased power the Houthis now enjoy in Yemen,” the official said.

Analysts say fears of Iran trying to expand its reach is one of the factors that led Saudi Arabia to begin an air campaign against the Houthi rebels. One former U.S. diplomat said it amounts to Riyadh drawing a line in the sand against its long-time rival in Tehran.

The U.S. has been providing logistical and intelligence support for the Saudi air campaign, which continued to pound Yemen on Monday. The strikes targeted an arms depot in Sana’a, flattening homes and killing at least 30 people and wounding 350 others.

The latest developments come against the backdrop of nuclear negotiations between world powers, including the U.S. and Iran.

In an opinion piece in Monday’s New York Times, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called on the U.S. and the international community as a whole to put the “manufactured crisis” surrounding nuclear negotiations “to rest and move on to much more important work,” including the turmoil in Yemen and confronting the Islamic State group.

“Iranian foreign policy is holistic in nature,” Zarif wrote. “This is not due to habit or preference, but because globalization has rendered all alternatives obsolete. Nothing in international politics functions in a vacuum. Security cannot be pursued at the expense of the insecurity of others.”

Zarif also wrote that Iran supports an “immediate cease-fire, humanitarian assistance and facilitation of intra-Yemeni dialogue, leading to the formation of an inclusive, broad-based national unity government.”

When asked about the foreign minister’s opinion piece, White House spokesman Earnest on Monday said one element the United States and Iran can agree on is the need for the situation in Yemen to be resolved diplomatically. But he again raised concerns about Iran supplying arms to the Houthis, who swept into Yemen’s capital and forced Western-backed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi to flee.

“It is a little ironic for the Iranian foreign minister to be calling for a diplomatic resolution to that situation, while at the same time his country continues to supply arms to one party to that dispute, so that the violence can continue and in some cases even worsen,” said Earnest.

The ongoing conflicts in Yemen, Libya, Iraq and Syria were among the topics as U.S. President Barack Obama welcomed United Arab Emirates leader Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed to the White House Monday. While the leaders made no public comments before or after their working lunch, a White House statement said Obama and Sheikh Zayed also discussed U.S.-led efforts to reach a deal between the P5+1 and Iran, ensuring Iran does not acquire a nuclear weapon.

Obama is reaching out to longtime Arab allies to assuage their concerns about the potential nuclear agreement. The issue likely will dominate a U.S. summit with Gulf Cooperation Council countries at the White House and Camp David next month.

Arab leaders have expressed concerns about Iran’s influence in the region, including its support for insurgent groups. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest on Monday acknowledged those concerns and said Iran’s support for terrorist groups in the region is even more reason to ensure the country does not obtain a nuclear weapon.

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Iran rejects US call for ‘anywhere, anytime access’ to military sites


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Iran has rejected a call by US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz for unlimited access of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors to the Islamic Republic’s military sites.

In a Monday interview with ISNA news agency, the spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) described Moniz’s demand as “not practical and acceptable.”

Behrouz Kamalvandi noted that negotiations aimed at reaching an agreement over Iran’s nuclear program “are still underway,” urging the other side to put forward its views during the talks.

Kamalvandi stressed that Tehran will not undertake any commitments beyond “common laws and regulations.”

Earlier on Monday, Moniz said nuclear inspectors will need free access in Iran as part of a possible deal on the Iranian nuclear program.

“We expect to have anywhere, anytime access,” added the nuclear physicist, who has been part of the recent nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries.

He stated that inspections of Iran’s military sites under a proposed long-term agreement would not be “frivolous” and would be part of “a well-defined process.”

Moniz also said it would take at least six months to lift nuclear-related anti-Iran sanctions. However, Tehran insists that the sanctions must be lifted immediately after the nuclear deal takes effect.

The comments came after Brigadier General Hossein Salami, the second-in-command of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), said the Islamic Republic will never permit inspections of its military sites.

“Not only will we not grant foreigners the permission to inspect our military sites, we will not even give them permission to think about such a subject,” he said.

He added that a harsh response awaits anyone who talks about such inspections.

There have been reports in the Western media that a final deal between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries could see Tehran allow international inspectors to visit its military sites. Tehran has categorically denied the reports, describing them as mere rumors and wrong interpretations of the understanding reached in early April in Switzerland.

Iran and the P5+1 group – comprised of Russia, China, France, Britain and the US plus Germany — reached a mutual understanding on Tehran’s nuclear program on April 2 in Switzerland. The two sides are expected to start drafting a final inclusive deal which they seek to sign by the end of June.

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Clash of terrorists: ISIL vs. Taliban in Afghanistan


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Zio-Wahhabi ISIL Takfiri militants and the Taliban terrorist movement have allegedly declared war against each other in Afghanistan, a recent report says.

Afghan online newspaper Khaama Press made the announcement on Monday, quoting a police chief from the southern Helmand province as saying in an interview with Radio Mashaal, a member of Radio Free Europe in Pakistan.

During the interview, Nabi Jan Mullahkhil claimed that he obtained evidence proving that the two terrorist groups have entered into battle.

In January, Zio-Wahhabi ISIL’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi referred to Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Omar as a ‘fool and illiterate warlord’ saying that over the last two years ISIL had achieved much more than the Taliban had over the past ten.

There are already some reports about the clashes between Taliban and Zio-Wahhabi ISIL militants.

On February 21, 2015, Zio-Wahhabi ISIL militants replaced the Taliban’s white flag with their own black flag in the Afghanistan’s Charkh district in eastern Logar province.

On Saturday, Zio-Wahhabi ISIL claimed responsibility for a series of explosions in Afghanistan’s city of Jalalabad in Nangarhar province that killed at least 35 people and injured more than 100 others.

According to Ahmad Zia Abdulzai, a provincial government spokesman, the explosion happened outside the New Kabul Bank branch when government employees and civilians were collecting their monthly salaries.

He said another blast took place near the Da Afghanistan Bank branch, just 60 meters away from the first attack, followed by a third attack which took place near a shrine in the city, in which no one was injured.

Later on Saturday, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said, ‘Who claimed responsibility for horrific attack in Nangarhar today? The Taliban did not claim responsibility for the attack, ISIL claimed responsibility for the attack.”

The Taliban terrorist group formed a government in Kandahar in 1996 and ruled the country until December 2001.

The United States and its allies invaded Afghanistan in 2001 as part of Washington’s so-called war on terror. The offensive removed the Taliban from power, but insecurity remains across the country.

The US-led combat mission in Afghanistan ended on December 31, 2014. However, at least 13,500 foreign forces, mainly from the United States, have remained in the country in what Washington calls a support mission. NATO says the forces will focus mainly on counterterrorism operations and training Afghan soldiers and policemen.

The ISIL terrorist group controls parts of Syria and Iraq, and has been carrying out horrific acts of violence such as public decapitations and crucifixions against all communities such as Shias, Sunnis, Kurds and Christians.

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Documents Show Former Saddam Spy Was ISIL Mastermind


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The mastermind behind the rise of Zio-Wahhabi ISIL in Syria and Iraq was one of Saddam Hussein’s former intelligence officers, who had been angered by the nature of the US-led invasion of Iraq, a new report suggests.

Documents uncovered by German magazine Der Spiegel allegedly show the meticulous planning that went in to establishing ISIL, with 31 pages of charts, lists and schedules dubbed the ‘blueprint’ for the group’s rise in Syria.

The article reports that the documents belonged to Muhammad al-Khlifawi, a former intelligence officer for the Iraqi air defense force under Saddam Hussein’s regime, who went by the name of Haji Bakr.

Bakr was reportedly ‘bitter and unemployed’ following the US efforts to disband the Iraqi army in 2003, while according to Spiegel, he spent time in American detention facilities between 2006 and 2008, before being killed in conflict in 2014.

ISIL ‘Quietly Worked up Their Capabilities’

Strikingly, the documents suggest that instead of being established through a knee-jerk reaction of aggression, Zio-Wahhabi ISIL’s rise was meticulously planned over a number of years, with a number of surveillance, espionage and infiltration techniques used to build the group’s influence and popularity, first in Syria, and then in Iraq.



Michael Stephens, research fellow for Middle East studies at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) agrees, saying that ISIL ‘quietly worked up their capabilities’ while taking advantage of the ‘perfect storm’ of political instability in the region.

‘They’ve done it slowly, they’ve done it quietly and I don’t think anyone quite realized,’ he told Sputnik.

Mr Stephens notes how American and British public and political opinion was intent of leaving Iraq, which he believes led to the group’s actions going widely unnoticed due to a reduction in intelligence services in the country.

‘A lot of the capability and capacity was simply taken out of the country, so it was difficult to see exactly what they [ISIL] were setting up. With the benefit of hindsight, I think everyone realizes just how organised these guys were. They put into play a very very extensive, long-running plan to infiltrate ministries in Mosul, and to infiltrate groups in Syria with their spy networks… They knew more about the rival groups than we did frankly. They were just better.’

‘In that gap, groups like al-Qaeda in Iraq, or what became the Islamic State, were able to grow, along with the unwinnable war in Syria,’ he added.

The concerns associated with the US’ hasty withdrawal from Iraq were shared by American general Ray Ordierno, who was quoted by British diplomat Emma Sky as saying that his ‘greatest fear’ was that the US would ‘stabilize Iraq, then hand it over to the Iranians in our rush to the exit.’

‘Everybody is to Blame’ For the ‘Perfect Storm’

Along with the limited resources employed by western powers from 2010 onwards, Michael Stephens, who was stationed in Iraq throughout 2013, told Sputnik that there was a number of factors that allowed ISIL to grow in support in Syria and Iraq.

He notes that a smooth political transition in Iraq was made difficult by the nature of the US-led invasion into the country, which alienated many influential people previously aligned to Saddam Hussein’s regime, while Mr Stephens also says another factor behind ISIL’s rise was that al-Qaeda’s presence in the country, which later formed ISIL, was never eliminated.

‘I think what you’ve got is a situation in which everybody is to blame. You clearly have to look at the Iraqi government – the Iraqi army and the Iraqi state – as being involved in policies that allowed the Islamic State to infiltrate itself within ministries and build support among the population.

‘What you’ve got as well is a situation where the West didn’t want to take enough time to look at what was happening.’

‘Then you’ve got the positions on Syria that everybody took which simply prolonged the war and made it so difficult for either side to come out on top, while the regime of Bashar al-Assad has been heavily responsible for releasing some of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s [ISIL leader] best friends. So, everybody in this – including the Turks, Saudis and Iranians – have some guilt for what’s happened.

‘Ultimately, the Islamic State outthought everybody.’

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I$raHell: legal system complicit in child sex abuse

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By Marianne Azizi

When it comes to the life of a child, it is inconceivable to any normal human being that a court can refuse to give a protection order to prevent the continued torture and abuse of a four-year-old boy.

Yaniv Moyal, a human rights attorney in Israel, has been battling to save this young boy – let’s call him Sam. Sam lives with his mother and her boyfriend. The child has been injured and abused since the age of three. Sam’s father has desperately tried to get his son protection and safety. Despite reports from kindergarten teachers and psychiatric assessments proving the child is in a fully traumatised and fearful state, the court continues to prevent the child from being removed from his mother.

His has appealed through the hierarchy of the court system, up to the Supreme Court, to save Sam. The district court denied his appeal, saying: ‘If you don’t learn not to appeal, you will be fined for the benefit of the state.” Continuing to appeal, the Supreme Court fined him 15,000 shekels (USD 3,804) for his continuing chutzpah, or audacity.

The photographs of the injuries to Sam have been explained as the result of his being a clumsy child. He is described as self-harming, always falling down and a careless kid. It is difficult to image such a young a child putting cigarette burns on his own body. On one occasion, when approached by a kindergarten teacher, Sam cowered and covered his head, crouching down in fear. These are all the symptoms of a child in terror. He has been recorded as saying he is being hurt. It is horrifying to listen to him as he screams and cries for his father continuously in the first minutes of the recording below.

Mothers and fathers fall prey to the corruption of Israel’s social workers, police, family courts and judges, but the real victims are the children. Some are removed from fit parents and farmed out to private institutions who receive 17,000 shekels (USD 4,313) a month for filling rooms.

Paradoxically Sam is kept legally in the most abusive and terrifying circumstances no child should ever have to endure.

After being in the safety of his father, when Sam was being returned to his mother he was in such terror he physically vomited. These pictures are graphic and yet still the Judge refuses to grant a protection order for Sam which would open the way to an investigation of his injuries.

The cruelty of neglect inflicted on Sam is state sanctioned and enforced. Sam’s father has relentlessly fought for his son. Moyal’s life is consumed by this case. He files appeals every single day.

Initially, Moyal won a protection order for Sam. He filed a complaint to the police and sent disks and photographs to the pathologist. The police looked at the photographs, and on those alone concluded there was no investigation required and closed the complaint.

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Police report after they questioned “Sam” who admitted someone was hurting him and pointed to his bottom

The social workers also reported that the child was fine as far as they could tell. After nine days the judge rescinded the protection order and added that her reasoning was also based on the requests filed by Moyal, which she considered critical of the court process; therefore, the child would be returned to his mother.

Since then the lawyer has endeavoured to have the judge replaced by a less emotionally biased judge installed. All requests have been refused. Meanwhile, Sam has continued to live in a violent and unsafe home.

On another occasion, Sam complained of having a sore anus. His father took him to the emergency room and the doctor’s observation was that Sam must be removed from his environment and seen by a specialist in child abuse as he thought the boy was suffering from severe neglect. Sam’s father presented the hospital letter and photographs to the police. They informed him that a call from a social worker had instructed them to do nothing and, therefore, nothing happened.

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Hospital diagnosis after Sam was admitted as an emergency case. It states that the boy needs to be removed immediately from the house and taken to a child abuse specialist for examination

There are other cases where the power of the social workers is so absolute that children have been removed from hospitals minutes before sexual abuse examinations take place.

There are literally thousands of pages of legal documentation, and a few are shown here in Hebrew to verify this ongoing case. Today, a request was placed in the court to allow the mother and her boyfriend to take her son and live in Canada permanently. Despite Moyal’s constant appeals, the child is still with his mother.

The cries you hear of this young Israeli boy can be multiplied by thousands. In a so called democracy these children are growing up under the control of the state. In Israel, the Welfare Ministry and social workers have absolute power over the child. Men and women live in fear of making a single mistake. Where there is money to be made, it is a guarantee that by the time you have finished reading this article today one parent will have committed suicide, one parent will have decided to give up fighting, and one child will be destined to either a life of abuse like Sam or, even worse, destined to live in to private institutions that make profit from each and every tear a child will cry.

What price should Sam pay? Listen to the children and the parents and help Israelis move beyond existence and corruption. They do not have the time to think of politics or war. Sam has one hope. The attorney Yaniv Moyal is a lionhearted man. He lives and breathes the case. He fights as if Sam were his own son. He challenges the courts, the judges and the police. He works around the clock as hundreds of people come to him for help. He works so many pro bono cases he barely makes a living.

Is it anti-Semitic to report what happens to Jewish children living in hell? Is it a cause for celebration for those who are anti-Israel to listen to the screams of this young, innocent boy?

No rational human being can ignore the cries of these children anymore.

For fmore details on this case in Hebrew, click here.

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Anti-Holocaust Propaganda ”VIDEO”


The Holocaust Debunked Once and for All

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  • The Holocaust (from the Greek ὁλόκαυστος holókaustoshólos, “whole” and kaustós, “burnt”), also known as the Shoah (Hebrew: השואהHaShoah, “the catastrophe”), was a genocide in which approximately six million Jews were killed by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. Some historians use a definition of the Holocaust that includes the additional five million non-Jewish victims of Nazi mass murders, bringing the total to approximately eleven million. Killings took place throughout Nazi Germany and German-occupied territories.

From 1941 to 1945, Jews were targeted and methodically murdered in a genocide, one of the largest in history, and part of a broader aggregate of acts of oppression and killings of various ethnic and political groups in Europe by the Nazis. Every arm of Germany’s bureaucracy was involved in the logistics of the genocide, turning the Third Reich into “a genocidal state”.[Non-Jewish victims of broader Nazi crimes include GypsiesPolescommunists,Soviet POWs, and the mentally and physically disabled. In total, approximately 11 million people were killed, including approximately one million Jewish children. Of the nine million Jews who had resided in Europe before the Holocaust, approximately two-thirds were killed. A network of about 42,500 facilities in Germany and German-occupied territories were used to concentrate, confine, and kill Jews and other victims. Between 100,000 and 500,000 people were direct participants in the planning and execution of the Holocaust.

The persecution and genocide were carried out in stages. Initially the German government passed laws to exclude Jews from civil society, most prominently the Nuremberg Laws of 1935. A network of concentration camps was established starting in 1933 and ghettos were established following the outbreak of World War II in 1939. In 1941, as Germany conquered new territory in eastern Europe, specialized paramilitary units called Einsatzgruppen were used to murder around two million Jews and “partisans”, often in mass shootings. By the end of 1942, victims were being regularly transported by freight train to specially built extermination camps where, if they survived the journey, most were systematically killed in gas chambers. The campaign of murder continued until the end of World War II in Europe in April–May 1945.

Jewish armed resistance to the Nazis occurred throughout the Holocaust. One notable example was the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943, when thousands of poorly armed Jewish fighters held the SS at bay for four weeks. An estimated 20,000 to 30,000 Jewish partisans actively fought the Nazis and their collaborators in Eastern Europe.  French Jews were also highly active in the French Resistance, which conducted a guerilla campaign against the Nazis and Vichy French authorities. In total, there were over a hundred armed Jewish uprisings.[



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قتلى وجرحى اثر هجوم للطيران السوري على أوكار المسلحينDER’AH: 

The Ministry of Defense has announced the complete liberation of the following villages and towns: East Musayka, West Musayka, Rasm Al-Khawaabi, Ashnaan, Al-Dallaafa.  The towns of Maleehat Al-‘Atsh and Basr Al-Hareer are totally surrounded by the SAA and are expected to fall shortly.  What this means is the highway connecting Der’ah to Suwaydaa Province is now totally clear.  Supply lines to the rats have been closed off.  Intercepted communications between rodents and their leaders demonstrate complete anarchy as the latter are unable to provide reinforcements or resupply.  A major military disaster for Alqaeda and its Jordanian handlers.

Al-Sultaan Fuel Depot:  After the kept its eye on roving rodents near Gharz Prison Road south of Al-Nu’ayma Town, Nusra got whacked by a combination of artillery and infantry.

Rajm Al-Zaytoon and Kawm Al-Hajar in the Al-Lijaat wilderness:  A pack of Nusra/Alqaeda hyenas bringing supplies got trapped on a dirt road by a moving column of Syrian Army infantrymen on the backs of trucks.  The ensuing firefight wiped out all the rodents:

Maaher Ahmad Al-Dal’ab

Thaa`ir Jawdaat Faa’oori


Maysir Sa’eed Al-Hareeri

The other 10 could not be identified.

Al-Hiraak:  A very precise operation northeast of the city of Der’ah resulted in 4 dead rats and a large cache of weapons being seized.



Madyaraa Village Crossroad south of Doumaa:  SAA surveillance of rat movements produced results in an ambush laid for the enemy:

Fahd Al-‘Ajeel

Shaakir Al-Naqshabandi (‘Izzaat Ibraaheem Al-Doori’s favorite cult)

Saleem Rahhaal

Mustafaa Kazboor

Jihaad Abu-Majeed

Nizaar Yunus

Fu`aad Doomaani

‘Irbeen:  A warehouse was detected and its contents seized.

Zamalkaa Bridge: Nusra/Alqaeda takes its lumps again in a stunning operation by SAA and PDC:

Sa’eed Ahmad

‘Adnaan Qassaas

Zayd Abu-Nuqta

Sufyaan ‘Abdullah Hussayn (YEMENI BELLY-BUTTON LINT)

Naaji Al-Daraawisha (JORDANIAN TAPE WORM)


Suhayl Naadi

Another 3 could not be identified.

Jawbar:  Near the Hudhayfa bin Al-Yamaan Mosque, the Al-Hawwaash Bakeries, southeast of the Teachers’ Tower, SAA killed an undisclosed number of rodents.  Heavy fighting.

Al-Zabadaani:  Monster victory here against remnant rats at Al-Seelaan Square, Al-‘Aara Quarter, Al-Sultaaniyya:

Mahmoud Daalaati Basseel

Ihsaan Teenaawi

‘Ali ‘Umar

Hussayn Thaabit

Noor Hazeema

Khaalid Al-Shaykh-Hassan

Faadi Muraad

‘Abduh Al-Khawss

Mu’een Dirghaam

Muhammad Al-Shaa’er

Maghaar Al-Meer:  No details about a firefight here.  Lots of weapons and ammo seized.


Nab’ Al-Sakhr:  Southeast of the city, SAA confiscated weapons and ammo after killing 3 rodents from Nusra.

Al-Samdaaniyya:  A nest of rats exterminated.  Weapons and ammo seized, all from the Zionist Inbred Ghetto State.

Al-Murabbi’aat:  An attempted infiltration to Nab’ Al-Sakhr was foiled with many vultures killed or wounded.  2 vehicles were disabled by SAA fire.

Al-Hameediyya and Umm Baatina:  Continuing battle going on as we write.


Want more treason from the Palesteezian Authority, try to swallow this:

Want to know more about ISIS and its plans and structure? Here is one from Der Spiegel. I warn readers that the German rag is not known any longer for its professionalism.  It is a yellow tabloid. However, if they did get a hold of a document written by this Iraqi lout, the only issue would be the translation: (Thanks, Kjel)






مقتل عدد من متزعمي AL-HASAKA:  Military Intelligence never sleeps.  The airwaves are filled with communications and it’s the job of technicians to monitor them for traffic useful to the task of killing rodents – especially those belonging to Zio-Wahhabi ISIS.  For the last 3 days, MI has been eavesdropping on unsecure satellite communications between leaders of Zio-Wahhabi ISIS who were determined to improve coordination between combat units.

The place for the meeting was Fawj Al-Maylabiyya at the southern entrance to Baab Al-Khayr.   As soon as MI alerted the SAA that the meeting’s attendees were all in place, 3 Hind helicopters equipped with new rockets from the Russian Federation took to the air and swooped down on the area firing them with pinpoint accuracy.  The orders were to demolish the abandoned house in which the rodents were meeting to insure maximum casualties among the cannibals.

Al-Shidaadi:  SAA artillery from Regiment 121 blasted concentrations of ISIS terrorists killing an estimated 23 and wounding scores.  I have no assessement information.

Al-Hawl:  The Regiment 121 targeted nests here also with devastating results.

Baab Al-Khayr:  After the operation mentioned for Fawj Al-Maylabiyya, SAA artillery leveled Zio-Wahhabi ISIS fortifications and nests here.

Al-Khamaa`il to the north:  3 pickups with 23mm cannons were destroyed by SAAF helicopters as the trucks were moving northwards.  No survivors.

All told, Monzer reports that 94 Zio-Wahhabi ISIS rodents were struck down yesterday in operations. Assessments were accomplished by aerial surveillance.


Yemen Crisis: Destabilizing the Muslim World


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By Sajjad Shaukat

Yemen crisis cannot be seen in isolation, as it has provided the anti-Muslim countries and

lobbies with a golden chance to destabilize the Muslim World.

It is of particular attention that faced with an unending resistance in Iraq and other volatile

Islamic states, the US had planned to spark a civil war between the Sunnis and Shias. In this

context, a study of a leading think tank Rand Corporation, titled ‘US Strategy in the Muslim

World After 9/11’ was conducted on behalf of the then US Deputy Chief of Staff for Air Force.

The report of the Rand Corporation which was released on December 27, 2004 advocated that

Sunni-Shia sectarian division and Arab-non-Arab ethnic differences should be exploited to

promote the US objectives in the Muslim World.

The report of the Rand Corporation was first implemented in Iraq where American CIA fuelled

sectarian violence. In 2004, major terror-attacks were carried out against the Shias in Karbala

and Baghdad. Afterwards, a chain of Shia-Sunni clashes started between Iraqi Shias and Sunnis,

targeting each other’s mosques and religious leaders through bomb blasts, suicide attacks etc.

After experiment in Iraq, more deadly pattern of sectarian violence was conducted in Pakistan

which still continues.

As a matter of fact, by acting upon the old formula of ‘divide and rule’, some US-led western

countries including Israel and India leave no stone unturned in creating disunity among the

Muslim countries. In this regard, by availing the international phenomena of terrorism in the

aftermath of the 9/11 tragedy, some American and western lobbies have joined the Indo-Israeli

lobbies, and are collectively working in America and other European countries by equating the

“Global War on Terror” with “war on Islam” and acts of Al Qaeda with all the Muslims.

Pakistan, being the lonely atomic power in the Islamic World irritates the eyes of the anti-

Muslim entities. If India considers Pakistan as its enemy number one, Israel also takes it and Iran

in the same sense. Recently, Tel Aviv has strongly opposed the nuclear deal between Tehran and

the US. However, all these similarities of interest have brought various western countries—Israel

and India to follow a common secret diplomacy with the tactical support of Washington to target

Pakistan, Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia etc. in one way or the other.

However, in the backdrop of forced ouster of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi in Yemen and

seizure of power by armed Houthi (Zaidi) militants led by Hadi’s predecessor Ali Abdullah

Saleh, a joint aerial operation code named “Decisive Storm” is being conducted by Saudi Arabia,

United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan etc. The joint action has

endorsement of Arab League and support of many Muslim and Western countries. It is being

highlighted that Turkey which also considers providing logistical support to the Saudi-led

operation is reluctant to do so. Some of the opinion makers are also suggesting Pakistan to insert

its forces into Yemen.

It is notable that Yemen has an area of 5, 27 829 Square Kms., and a population of 2, 3833 000.

Out of this population about 40% belong to Houthis. Yemen is largely a tribal society with

dwindling natural resources, which has contributed to rise in tribal conflicts from time to time.

In Yemen, no matter if you are rich or poor; you must have guns as part of culture. Therefore,

instead of shopping for food or clothes, customers prefer to buy weapons and arms.

The terrain of Yemen is mountainous with some patches of desert and a strategically important

coastline. The area is generally acknowledged as Afghanistan of Middle East. The country is

facing internal strife since 1926. Undoubtedly, the nature of conflict in Yemen has been socio-

political. While, now it is being presented by the anti-Muslim countries and their media as

sectarian mainly because of the alleged Iranian support to Houthis.

In the 1962 civil war, republican revolution of Yemen was supported by seventy thousand troops

from Egypt. In that conflict, Houthis were secretly supplied weapons by Israel to fight against

the Egyptians. Since then, religio-political movement of the Houthis took a violent shape under

title of Ansarullah (Partisans of God). It has created a space for local, regional and extra-regional

forces to play devilish politics to destabilize the Islamic countries. Most of the Middle East

countries have already been weakened by world powers through economic sanctions, civil strife

and military attacks. The only country which has so far remained stable is Saudi Arabia.

It is mentionable that some anti-Muslim entities are trying to create fissures in Pak-Saudi

friendship since April 10, this year when through a unanimous resolution, Pakistan’s Parliament

urged the government to stay neutral in the Yemen conflict and refrain from getting embroiled in

any military offensive due to its drastic implications in the region. Parliament called upon

“warring factions in Yemen to resolve their differences peacefully through dialogue.”

The resolution noted that the war in Yemen “is not sectarian in nature, but has the potential of

turning into a sectarian conflict which will have critical fallout in the region including Pakistan.

It said that in the case of “any violation of Saudi Arabia’s territorial sovereignty and any threat to

Harmain Shareefain (Holy places), Pakistan will stand shoulder to shoulder with Saudi Arabia.”

Calling for unity among Muslim countries, the resolution urged Pakistan to play a diplomatic

role to end the crisis—also through the UN Security Council and Organization of the Islamic

Conference (OIC) for an immediate ceasefire in Yemen. On the same day, a corps commanders’

meeting presided over by Chief of Army Staff Gen. Raheel Sharif expressed similar thoughts. On

April 13, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also held a high level meeting with civil and

military leaders, and reiterated Islamabad’s similar stand, mentioned in the Parliament’s

resolution. Earlier, in a meeting with the visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad

Zari, Prime Minister Sharif sated, “Besides the loss of innocent lives, the Yemen crisis can

undermine the unity of Muslim world.”

And, during a joint press conference in Tehran, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and

Iranian counterpart explained on April 8, “We talked about Iraq, Syria, Palestine…had a long

discussion about Yemen and agreed for political solution of the crisis…we both think war and

bloodshed must stop in this area immediately and a complete ceasefire must be established and

the strikes must stop” in Yemen.

Meanwhile, same lobbies which are destabilizing the Muslim World exploited the statement of

the UAE’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Anwar Mohammed Gargash who warned

Pakistan of having to pay a heavy price for ambiguous stand—Tehran and Ankara seem to be

more important to Islamabad and than the Arab-Gulf countries—the vague stands of Pakistan

and Turkey are an absolute proof that Arab security—from Libya to Yemen—is the

responsibility of none, but Arab countries.”

Besides, Saudi Minister of Islamic Affairs, Sheikh Saleh bin Abdulaziz who visited Pakistan

termed the Parliament’s resolution as its Pakistan’s internal matter, elaborating, “Saudi Arabia

has strong ties with Islamabad, and we expect an encouraging response from Pakistan.” While,

Saudi Chief Adviser for Religious Affairs, Dr Abdul Aziz termed the mediation talk about

Yemen crisis a joke.

In fact, Islamabad has always played a key role in unifying the Muslim world. Saudi Arabia is a

brotherly country and people of Pakistan hold them in high esteem. Pakistanis are ready to

scarify their resources for the safety, security and integrity of Saudi Arabia. At the same time,

they do not wish that Riyadh gets weakened in a protracted war having serious consequences.

Pakistan has suffered the cost of such wars in last three decades. Muslim World has also seen the

destruction and weakening of Iran and Iraq through such stratagem of world powers.

Hence, Pakistan’s approach to solve this issue is based on attaining the political objectives

through other than military means. Anyhow, this does not preclude the military support to Saudi

Arabia, if situation demands. But, fact remains that the territorial make up of Yemen and the

groups involved in destabilization would embroil anti-Houthi forces in a prolonged war which

the US-led NATO powers have been experiencing in Afghanistan for 14 years. So, it will

consume the military muscle of the Muslim countries.

Houthi activists and forces of the ex-President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi supported by the

regional and extra-regional powers are exploiting the Yemen war by projecting it as a Sunni-Shia

conflict, whereas the conflict is politically motivated.

Nevertheless, Pakistan has analyzed the Yemen situation realistically and adopted a course of

action best suited to and other Muslim states. Islamabad’s support to Riyadh is unequivocal,

unflinching and traditional. It needs to be cleared that efforts of certain quarters to create a

wedge and discontent in Pakistani society on the issue of sending forces or assisting Saudi

Arabia by projecting the conflict on sectarian lines, are bound to fail.

Nonetheless, taking cognizance of anti-Muslim countries which are manipulating the Yemen

crisis to destabilize the Muslim World, Pakistan and Islamic countries must endeavour for

making serious efforts in engaging the conflicting sides and resolve the situation through

diplomacy and dialogue. Media of the Muslim World should play a mature role in diluting any

divisive impression.

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