Great Sunni Mufti issues a Fatwa of jihad against the ISIL Sheikh Ahmed Al-Kasibi, a prominent cleric and a sunni Iraqi mufti called jihad against ISIL (Daesh) obligatory and said: The obligation of fighting against them, is not merely related to their measures in the recent days in Iraq and is not a new edict. They are allies of isreal and the Saudis and fight to weaken and defeat Islam . However, and as we mentioned before also top Shiite marjaas are calling for Jihad against the ISIL stating that whoever dies fighting for his country is a Martyr. High Shiite scholars and Marjaa like Ayatollah sayid Al Sistani and Sayid Kamal al Haydari and Sayid Kazweneh and Sayid Ammar Al Hakim. And after this call for jihad, thousands of Sunni and Shiite Iraqi volunteered to join the fight against the ISIL. And now let us not forget that the Iraqi Army is from Shiite Sunni and Kurd And christian members. Sunni Clerics call for Jihad against ISIL Read More »
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According to some leaks from the ISIL sites and news, stealing and abduction are mostly the sources of finance the ISIL uses according to the “Times” magazine To conquer you need weapons. And you need money to get weapons as you all know. And according to the magazine, the state of AL Mosul was their biggest financier . 10178790 American $ monthly to get weapons and equipment. And other sources of money was from the Syrian and Iraqi Oil they had been selling for 50+ million dollar according to the Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmed Chalabi . He adds: ISIL finances itself through its control over some oil pipelines. In April / May last Iraqi authorities announced the arrest of Mohamed Mahmoud Omar al-Dulaimi,one of the financiers of “ISIL” and declared that he have been distributing more than four million dollars a month between the states in Iraq that are under the control of the ISIL. Finally the Al Safir announced that the ISIL have , need more supplies of weapons before Ramadan, so they prepared a bigger scheme …a scheme that imposes more looting and murder to secure more money / before the next Ramadan Read More »
Its started in Anbar and Fallijah not a long period ago between The Iraqi Army Forces and the ISIL in Anbar and Fallujah where al-Qaeda-affiliated force asserted control over the western Iraqi city of Fallujah on Friday, raising its flag over government buildings and declaring an Islamic state in a crucial area near the Syrian borders where a “civil” war have been on fire for the last 3 years The capture of Fallujah came amid an explosion of violence across the western desert province of Anbar in which local tribes, Iraqi security forces and al-Qaeda-affiliated militants have been fighting one another for days in a confusingly chaotic three-way war. However and suddenly did we hear on news that the ISIL took control over Mosul the second major city in Iraq. All was shocked to that fact; where are the Iraqi forces ? But the reason all started to say and others confirmed was the betrayal in the lines of the top Iraqi forces, opening a path way for the the ISIL. However, Militants took control of the Iraqi city of Tikrit too and freed hundreds of prisoners( about 300 terrorists) on Wednesday, police said, the second provincial capital to fall in two days.“All of Tikrit is in the hands of the militants,” a police colonel said of the Salaheddin provincial capital, which lies roughly half way between Baghdad and Iraq’s second city Mosul which fell on Tuesday. In addition the ISIL seized Kirkuk province and overran the Hawijah, Zab, Riyadh and Abbasi areas west ... Read More »
A Statistically Tested Way to Stop Terrorism and Boost Pakistan’s Economy By Teresa Studzinski, M.A. and Dr. David Leffler Over the years prominent Pakistani leaders have held identical opinions alleging that Pakistan is invincible. The recent Pakistani Taliban attacks including those on Karachi’s international airport have put that claim to the test. Yes, it is true the terrorists were defeated due to the brave warriors who gave their lives. However, will future attacks that are inevitably coming be successfully repelled? Yes, invincibility for Pakistan is a laudable goal. Throughout time, many have strived to achieve it, but as history shows, with no success. Enemies inevitably discover new ways to counter any defenses, as the Pakistani Taliban did for a time with the heavily fortified airport in Karachi. Even if the Pakistani Taliban are defeated, the problem of terrorism will still not be solved for long. Other terrorists will eventually move in to take their place. Pakistani leaders’ previous defense plans as well as their future ones are based largely on conjecture, and such is their outcome. The conventional military approach of fighting terrorism largely lacks a statistical guarantee of success of where a leader can wisely and safely assert “yes, this approach will definitely work.” Obviously, it is a dangerous time in Pakistan. This is why it is particularly risky to base one’s military plans on guesswork, as a massive firestorm could erupt, further crippling Pakistan’s economic growth. It is already extremely difficult for Pakistan to lure international business to ... Read More »
Do the Sublime Words of a Diplomat Resonate Among “Creative Chaos” Fascist-Hypocrites, or Are They the Proverbial “Pearls Before Swine”?
Do the Sublime Words of a Diplomat Resonate Among “Creative Chaos” Fascist-Hypocrites, or Are They the Proverbial “Pearls Before Swine”? by Miri Wood, R.N.c. Diplomacy: the work of maintaining good relations between the governments of different countries; skill in dealing with others without causing bad feelings. [Merriam Webster] On 22 May, the United Nations continued to demonstrate that it is run by a gang of mafiosi squadristi, whose power causes most member states to toe the line in order not to be put on their “kill list.”  After months of innuendo that the Security Council would call for the Syrian Arab Republic to be brought before the International Criminal Court, for war crimes (months which coincided with attacks against the SAR’s decision to hold presidential elections), France’s U.N. Ambassador Gerard Araud was given the ‘green light’ by U.S. President Barack Obama — once assured that Israel would not be forced to endure such an indignity — to submit its impostrous draft resolution.  It should be noted that both the U.S. and Israel unsigned the Rome Statute.  The Security Council has five permanent seats, of the countries who are considered the original founders of the U.N.: France, Britain, United States, Russian Federation, and China. Only one veto is necessary to kill such resolutions. China and Russia vetoed. The mafiosi, though not surprised by the veto, strenuously condemned it. Samantha Power, the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. had the temerity to state “Our grandchildren will ask us years from ... Read More »
Hundreds, no thousands of Syrian citizens in Lebanon poured through the streets leading to the Syrian embassy in Yarze to vote and say we want freedom, we want all to hear our voice, we are all against terrorism we are with the man who kept Syria standing. however and due to the high amount of people who have arrived today more than expected Syrian embassy in Lebanon extended voting in presidential election for one day. “The Syrian embassy in Beirut decided to extend the voting of Syrian elections one additional day,” National News agency reported on Wednesday. Read More »