the Islamic State

Published on Dec 11, 2015 Financing Terror: A look at the sophisticated and well-established civil service that funds My Jihad – Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYiV7… Young, Muslim And Targeted: Paris In A State Of Emergency https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzUov… Inside The Heart Of The IS … Continue reading

Published on Dec 11, 2015

Financing Terror: A look at the sophisticated and well-established civil service that funds

My Jihad – Trailer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYiV7…
Young, Muslim And Targeted: Paris In A State Of Emergency
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzUov…
Inside The Heart Of The IS Caliphate
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OfS-…

Teasing WW III

18:56 15.12.2015(updated 19:37 15.12.2015) Get short URL Pepe Escobar Read more: http://sputniknews.com/columnists/20151215/1031786484/russia-ready-war.html#ixzz3uqHoNk2f “Tense” does not even begin to describe the current Russia-Turkey geopolitical tension, which shows no sign of abating. The Empire of Chaos lavishly profits from it as a … Continue reading





18:56 15.12.2015(updated 19:37 15.12.2015) Get short URL
Pepe Escobar

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“Tense” does not even begin to describe the current Russia-Turkey geopolitical tension, which shows no sign of abating. The Empire of Chaos lavishly profits from it as a privileged spectator; as long as the tension lasts, prospects of Eurasia integration are hampered.
Russian intel has certainly played all possible scenarios involving a NATO Turkish army on the Turkish-Syrian border as well as the possibility of Ankara closing the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles for the Russian “Syria Express”. Erdogan may not be foolish enough to offer Russia yet another casus belli. But Moscow is taking no chances.

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Women vs. ISIS

Published on Jun 21, 2015 In the face of the deadly threat posed by the so-called Islamic State, many Kurdish women decide not to leave their survival to fate. Instead, they fight for their lives and their future. Taking up … Continue reading

Published on Jun 21, 2015
In the face of the deadly threat posed by the so-called Islamic State, many Kurdish women decide not to leave their survival to fate. Instead, they fight for their lives and their future. Taking up arms, they join the YPG – Kurdish People’s Protection Units that defend their town’s borders from the militants. The enemy fears female warriors. Jihadists believe if they are killed by a woman they will go straight to hell.


ISIS conspiracy theory

Published on Aug 9, 2014 President Barack Obama’s authorization of air strikes on ISIS targets in Iraq serves as an opportunity to remind ourselves which countries are bankrolling the deadly terror group. http://www.infowars.com/hundreds-repo… http://www.infowars.com/obama-flashba… http://www.infowars.com/trust-in-gove… http://www.infowars.com/isis-threaten… http://www.infowars.com/the-united-st… Friday 19 September … Continue reading




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the Airlift of Evil

The Kunduz airlift, also known as the Airlift of Evil, refers to the evacuation of thousands of top commanders and members of the Taliban and Al-Qaeda, their Pakistani advisers including Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence agents and army personnel, and other Jihadi … Continue reading

The Kunduz airlift, also known as the Airlift of Evil, refers to the evacuation of thousands of top commanders and members of the Taliban and Al-Qaeda, their Pakistani advisers including Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence agents and army personnel, and other Jihadi volunteers and sympathizers, from the city of Kunduz, Afghanistan, in November 2001[2] just before its captureby U.S. and United Front of Afghanistan (Northern Alliance) forces during the War in Afghanistan. As described in several reports, the Taliban and Al-Qaeda combatants were safely evacuated from Kunduz and airlifted by Pakistan Air Force cargo aircraft to Pakistan Air Force bases in Chitral and Gilgit in Pakistan Administered Kashmir’s Northern Areas.[3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

According to the Los Angeles Times, during the siege of Kunduz, U.S. and Northern Alliance forces (led by Mohammad Daud Daud and Abdul Rashid Dostum) had declared that they would treat foreign fighters of the Taliban (including Pakistani military advisers as well as Pakistani and Arab volunteers) more severely than their Afghan counterparts. The Northern Alliance had earlier witnessed Pakistani and Arab involvement in several massacres perpetrated by the Taliban in Afghanistan. Pakistani leaders feared that revenge killings of Pakistanis in Kunduz could lead to unrest and instability in their country and therefore decided to evacuate their forces before the US and Northern Alliance ground forces moved into Kunduz.[10]

Revelation

The revelation that the U.S. had acquiesced to the escape of potentially dangerous individuals including the top leadership of the Taliban and Al Qaeda was a controversial and politically contentious topic that sparked off a debate in the western media and elicited denials of knowledge of this event from top Bush administration officials including Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.[4] Although numerous articles mentioning such an ongoing airlift of Pakistani and other anti-U.S. combatants from Kunduz appeared around that time in several international newspapers (such as the New York Times,[9] The Independent[9] andThe Guardian[9]), the first reference to the specific term Airlift of Evil appeared in a column on the website of the MSNBC news network.[4] It is generally thought that the U.S. administration agreed to the airlift in an attempt to appease Pakistani PresidentPervez Musharraf and avoid destabilizing the Pakistani government, who, although overtly an ally of the U.S. in the War on Terror, had always supported the Taliban. This Pakistani evacuation of anti-U.S. fighters belonging to the Taliban, Al Qaeda and the ISI is also detailed in the BBC documentary Secret Pakistan: Double Cross and Backlash.[11][12]

More details of the event finally emerged in the 2008 book Descent into Chaos by the investigative journalist Ahmed Rashid:[8]

One senior (U.S.) intelligence analyst told me, “The request was made by Musharraf to Bush, but Cheney took charge — a token of who was handling Musharraf at the time. The approval was not shared with anyone at State, including Colin Powell, until well after the event. Musharraf said Pakistan needed to save its dignity and its valued people. Two planes were involved, which made several sorties a night over several nights. They took off from air bases in Chitral and Gilgit in Pakistan Administered Kashmir’s Northern Areas, and landed in Kunduz, where the evacuees were waiting on the tarmac. Certainly hundreds and perhaps as many as one thousand people escaped. Hundreds of ISI officers, Taliban commanders, and foot soldiers belonging to the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan and Al Qaeda personnel boarded the planes. What was sold as a minor extraction turned into a major air bridge. The frustrated U.S. SOF who watched it from the surrounding high ground dubbed it “Operation Evil Airlift.”

Another senior U.S. diplomat told me afterward, “Musharraf fooled us because after we gave approval, the ISI may have run a much bigger operation and got out more people. We just don’t know. At the time nobody wanted to hurt Musharraf, and his prestige with the army was at stake. The real question is why Musharraf did not get his men out before. Clearly the ISI was running its own war against the Americans and did not want to leave Afghanistan until the last moment.”

ISIS – The Known or Unknown Enemy?

Originally posted on Lex Solo’s Political Rantings:
A lot of people have asked me to write about my opinion on the Israel-Palestine conflict but I’ve decided to start by writing about an issue that is the most serious issue…

Originally posted on Lex Solo's Political Rantings:

A lot of people have asked me to write about my opinion on the Israel-Palestine conflict but I’ve decided to start by writing about an issue that is the most serious issue happening in the Middle East. The world’s biggest deception: ISIS.

I remember when I first heard of ISIS. I was listening to the news when a Syrian man came on and was sharing his story.  He spoke of a time he called his sister who lived in Idlib, a town in Syria that was very harshly affected by the conflict. He said they were laughing when all of a sudden she looked outside of the window and started to scream. “They’re here, they’re here…AHHH! AND THEY ARE CHOPPING PEOPLE’S HEADS OFF! We are going to die, we are going to die…”

I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. Who are these people that are not too far away…

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ISIS – The Known or Unknown Enemy?

Originally posted on Lex Solo’s Political Rantings:
A lot of people have asked me to write about my opinion on the Israel-Palestine conflict but I’ve decided to start by writing about an issue that is the most serious issue…

 

Saudi Arabia forms alliance of 34 Muslim nations to fight ISIS and tackle ‘the Islamic world’s problem with terrorism’

  • Coalition to include members from across the Middle East, Africa and Asia
  • Saudi Arabia has called it a bid to ‘save international peace and security’
  • The group includes powerful gulf states Egypt and Turkey – but not Iran

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Pentagon report predicted West’s support for Islamist rebels would create ISIS

Anti-ISIS coalition knowingly sponsored violent extremists to ‘isolate’ Assad, rollback ‘Shia expansion’

by Nafeez Ahmed


Lex Solo's Political Rantings

A lot of people have asked me to write about my opinion on the Israel-Palestine conflict but I’ve decided to start by writing about an issue that is the most serious issue happening in the Middle East. The world’s biggest deception: ISIS.

I remember when I first heard of ISIS. I was listening to the news when a Syrian man came on and was sharing his story.  He spoke of a time he called his sister who lived in Idlib, a town in Syria that was very harshly affected by the conflict. He said they were laughing when all of a sudden she looked outside of the window and started to scream. “They’re here, they’re here…AHHH! AND THEY ARE CHOPPING PEOPLE’S HEADS OFF! We are going to die, we are going to die…”

I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. Who are these people that are not too far away…

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