WIBR/WARN Radio: Here is a latest flash from the Latimes.com; which mentions the Shuayat Tribe in Syria who have brokered a peace with ISIS. They battled the IS and later were allowed to return with conditions. The Sunni Tribe returned and later found 230 bodies buried in mass graves in the Syrian desert.
The corpses – many decapitated and otherwise mutilated – were discovered by members of the tribe allowed to return to the village of Kashkashiyeh on Friday after registering with Islamic State as part of a deal brokered with the extremists, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based activist network.
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Islamic State’s leader, Abu Bakr Baghdadi, also stipulated that the Sunni Muslim tribesmen could not assemble, must take religious lessons, adhere to a curfew and inform on all “apostates,” or traitors who would then probably face death, according to a United Nations report
ISIS has tried numerous times to take Mt. Sinjar and have failed. Nevertheless,they did not go away; instead those who could not flee before were trapped on Mt. Sinjar again. The Yazidis who have suffered at the hands of ISIS in what the UN calls Genocide; as do many others, now again have a corridor to flee.
According to Yahoo News the IS “jihadist fighters have fled en masse’ to Tall AFar and Mosul.” It is Mosul where ISIS came in and the Iraqi army of mostly Shiite fled leaving their uniforms on the ground in some cases and fleeing in their underwear. It is Mosul where Christians left and the Archbishop announced that “all Christians have left Mosul”! The Christian gone, the crosses destroyed, the churches brought down or used as something else.
Islamic State group militants gained a foothold on the Jordan-Iraq border Tuesday when they destroyed at least six Jordanian border control posts, according to reports from Jordanian activists and Islamic fighters associated with the Islamic State, also known as ISIS. The attacks, which Jordan’s army has yet to confirm, marked the first time since June the… Continue reading →
Iraq’s ‘ghost soldiers’ collected tens-of-millions of dollars from government, and it is good to have them ghost’s. Leastwise ISIS can’t see them. For that matter neither can the Iraqi government. It must be the same people who took all those millions and millions America pumped into Iraq to get it upgraded to the true democratic and free republic you see today. Now everyone in Iraq stand up and say “Thanks, America”! ….For nothing! Now that it is screwed up, push the reset button; with ISIS and them Ghost soldiers no telling how long it will take to get Iraq to have some peace for its people. It is the people who have suffered, Christians, Yazidis, tribesmen, and other minorities; not to mention Shiites and Sunnis. WIBR/WARN
Commentary on Iraq’s ‘ghost soldiers’ collected tens-of-millions of dollars from government, p.s., why don’t you try living together in peace for a change?
“Ghost soldiers” collected tens-of-millions of dollars in payments from the Iraqi government before Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi could put a stop to some of the corruption. Mr. al-Abadi has seen to it that the bank accounts of non-existent troops will no longer see a salary and said that he will track down the officials who profited… Continue reading →
In many of today’s Tweet Pic’s we find children caught in the middle of War. Muslim against Muslim and now with the US led coalition involved it is an aim to bring peace and end ISIS bloody rule. The cost of war is the death of such innocents and it is a bloody business which has no heart except to kill. In order to stop the butchers, you have to kill them, tear them out by the root, and send them to a bloody grave and sheol.
As of today, we can find the Australian Lindt Chocolate coffee shop who had innocent people in the store at the time as one example. It was a radical self proclaimed Islamic cleric by the name of Man Haron Monis. He was killed by Australian security forces when they entered the coffee shop after gunfire was heard coming from the shop. Several people died, but the essence is; this Islamic cleric saw the Islamic State i.e. ISIS as an inspiration.
The push by Erdogan to the hotly debated topic of a Caliph is in the works. His desire and the reason why he is secretly an ISIS caliphate friend, is that Turkey itself was a Caliphate until they were defeated by the British when Great Britain took over Jerusalem from them. Turkey became a nation instead of Caliphate and no Caliph was at the head. Yet today many Turks see themselves friendly to the idea of the old revived Caliphate back and Erdogan see’s this as well. It is not surprising seeing him reprising the role, which was done in Iran. Yet Erdogan is not friends with Iran, his is a Sunni inspired Mohammadan role. One of the Sunni Caliph; as ISIS also is Sunni and pushing their Caliphate in Syria and Iraq. In all this the west must wake up and understand these guys see things differently and are not so quick to become the westernized New World order.
When Hasan Erol and other parents learned that their children’s school would be converted to specialise in Islamic education, they hit the streets. Yeşilbahar Middle School is among five in Istanbul’s staunchly secular district of Kadıköy to have been earmarked for conversion into imam-hatips, religious schools in which 20% to one-third of hours are dedicated to… Continue reading →
Erdogan is not west friendly, that is; not too much! He has been seen as more Western than most Islamic nations. As such, Turkey was brought into the E.U. Yet, he is Islamic and today some 60% still see Turkey as a potential for a revived Caliphate. This is what Erdogan see’s as well. Turkey was the major player in the Armenian genocide long ago. His treatment of the situation at Kobani and his attachment to ISIS in the beginning spurs the motive onward. His is a desire to see the Sunni Caliphate return and him as the Caliph. Yet as we see his push to put down any semblance of riot and any potential of a “Arab spring”, you can see he doesn’t want to be on the list of former dictators like Saddam, Qaddafi, and now Assad [whom he would like to see brought down].
35 soccer fans charged with attempting to stage a coup during protests in Turkey last year went on trial Tuesday in Istanbul. The trial is just one recent example of how President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is cracking down on those he perceives to be unloyal to the government. Human rights organizations, including Human Rights Watch, have… Continue reading →
‘Fundamentals’ Aren’t Greasing CrudeOil Price Slide: OPEC Chief
In what was a revelation, OPEC chief Abdullah al-Badri said the OPEC decision regarding it’s output was not directed at the U.S. shale industry, nor was it pointed at Russia. The target many have said, including myself was that indeed; OPEC wanted to target Shale. It was welcomed news, but it leaves the news world of OPEC and oil questioning; are these statements true or just political theatre.
Here are the official statements of the OPEC chief; whatever the reason, in America the lower oil prices have been a boon for consumers. However, what goes up, can come down and what goes down; most assuredly can rise again. But we hope, for the time being oil prices stay lower; for a bit anyway!
The balance between supply and demand in the crude-oil market around the world is not solely responsible for the commodity’s price plunge in the past six months, Abdullah al-Badri, the secretary general of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, said Sunday. The U.S. benchmark crude-oil price per barrel dipped to $57.81 Friday from $107.95 June… Continue reading →