ISIS / ISIL - The redrawing of the boundaries

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ISIS / ISIL - The redrawing of the boundaries

Post by Guardian » Sat Jul 25, 2015 9:34 pm

ISIS / ISIL " rebels " are just paid mercenary thugs - they have nothing to do with Islam or Muslims FOLLOW THE MONEY

Please ask yourself who are the rebels ( ISIS / ISIL ) fighting against the Government of Syria - and then realise that innocent people are being killed and a Country torn apart by a paid bunch of mercenary thugs that have nothing to do with Islam or Muslims

" Israel acknowledges it is helping Syrian Rebel Fighters "

http://www.timesofisrael.com/yaalon-syr ... raeli-aid/

Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said Monday that Israel has been providing aid to Syrian rebels, thus keeping the Druze in Syria out of immediate danger. Israeli officials have previously balked at confirming on the record that the country has been helping forces that are fighting to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Footnote : There has been an agreement made between various secret power groups for the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate to replace the artificial borders created by the French and the British in the Middle East after World War I.


That is what is happening now
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Re: ISIS / ISIL - The redrawing of the boundaries

Post by Guardian » Mon Jul 27, 2015 9:45 pm

From the UK Daily Telegraph :

A German former fighter for Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) has given a rare interview detailing the atrocities of the terror organisation, warning potential recruits that it has "nothing to do with Islam."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... lamic.html

“Islamic State [Isil] has nothing to do with Islam,” he added. “Prison in Germany is better than freedom in Syria."

Footnote : Follow the money - ISIS ( ISIL ) is a funded group of mercenaries ( thugs ) who are being paid to destroy the Muslim religion and if they can , create religious conflict in the West. So the questions that have to be asked are :

1) Which group of people or Country will profit from the destruction of the muslim world ?
2) which group of people or Country have the funds to sustain a continual mercenary war ?
3) which group of people or Country are clever enough to fight a proxy war and have others destroy their enemy ?
4) which group of people or Country have the funds to own " democratic government " in the West .........

Footnote : There has been an agreement made between various secret power groups for the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate to replace the artificial borders created by the French and the British in the Middle East after World War I.

That is what is happening now
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Re: ISIS / ISIL - The redrawing of the boundaries

Post by prophecy » Thu Sep 10, 2015 11:44 am

EUROPE ISSUES EXPLAINED - all part of the plan

Very explosive article - but the TRUTH finally being put out there in the open - read the words carefully to understand .........
Article from the UK Daily Telegraph dated 9 September 2015 :

Europe faces political war on two fronts as backlash builds
The EU's Eastern states shocked to lose their sovereignty over borders, just as southern Europe lost economic sovereignty by joining the euro.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/econ ... uilds.html

By invoking EU law to impose quotas under pain of sanctions, Brussels has unwisely brought home the reality that states have given up sovereignty over theirborders, police and judicial systems, just as they gave up economic sovereignty by joining the euro.

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Footnote : There has been an agreement made between various secret power groups for the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate to replace the artificial borders created by the French and the British in the Middle East after World War I.


That is what is happening now

Those countries that etched the lines of Sykes-Picot on the map of the Middle East in 1916 as the Ottoman Empire was crumbling, or those that uncorked chaos by toppling nasty but stable regimes in Iraq and Libya, have a special duty of care. But the point is where the final authority lies.
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Re: ISIS / ISIL - The redrawing of the boundaries

Post by oracle » Wed Sep 16, 2015 12:45 am

Article from the UK Guardian ( one of two newspapers that reported on Snowden in the early days ) :

There is no disaster in the Arab and Muslim world, it seems, for which the west’s answer is not to drop bombs on it. As the refugee crisis in Europe has driven home the horror of Syria’s civil war, that has been exactly the response of the leaders of Britain and France. David Cameron has long been pressing for a new vote in parliament to authorise a British bombing campaign against Islamic State in Syria.

Now he has been joined by the former archbishop of Canterbury and a gung-ho Murdoch press, while George Osborne has signalled he also wants attacks on the “evil Assad regime” to deal with the refugee exodus “at source”.

The French president, François Hollande, has announced he too wants to extend air attacks from Iraq to Syria, using the terrorist threat at home to justify the escalation.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre ... ar-refugee

After a dozen years of drone attacks, the Taliban is again rampant in Afghanistan and al-Qaida is thriving in Yemen. Britain’s drone attack also made a mockery of the decision by parliament in August 2013 to oppose military action in Syria – in that case targeted at the Damascus government rather than at the rebels fighting it.

But then, British pilots have also been taking part in US bombing raids on Syria. So evidently the democratic niceties didn’t count for a lot. Nor do the legal ones, since there is no legitimate basis for attacks on Syrian territory without authorisation from Damascus or the (nonexistent) threat of imminent attack.

As we know from Iraq and Afghanistan, the alternative of western troops would lead to a full-scale anti-occupation war. After one disastrous western military intervention in the Arab and Muslim world after another, it’s mind-boggling that demands for yet more bombing keep on coming. You only have to consider the failed-state maelstrom that is post-Nato intervention Libya – the other main transit route for refugees into Europe – to see what it means in practice.

The only way to wind down the conflict is through a negotiated settlement involving all the regional powers. Syria has long been a proxy war, pitting the Assad regime’s Russian and Iranian backers against the Gulf dictatorships, Turkey and the western powers that stand behind the myriad rebel groups.

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Footnote : There has been an agreement made between various secret power groups for the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate to replace the artificial borders created by the French and the British in the Middle East after World War I.


That is what is happening now

Those countries that etched the lines of Sykes-Picot on the map of the Middle East in 1916 as the Ottoman Empire was crumbling, or those that uncorked chaos by toppling nasty but stable regimes in Iraq and Libya, have a special duty of care. But the point is where the final authority lies.
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Re: ISIS / ISIL - The redrawing of the boundaries

Post by Guardian » Sat Oct 03, 2015 4:50 pm

Russia calls out the game in Syria :

The "game" that the West is playing ( resulting in thousands of deaths and millions of refugees ) is being called out by the Russians ( backed by China and Iran ) :

Article from The Russian news service "Sputnik" dated 2 October 2015 :
(Sputnik is an international multimedia news service)

The United States spent a whole year bombing the desert instead of hitting terrorist targets in Syria, the head of the Russian parliament’s international affairs committee wrote on Friday.

In an interview with France’s Europe 1 Radio - Pushkov said that the Russian aerial campaign in Syria would take three to four months.

“The US-led coalition spent a whole year pretending they were striking ISIL targets but where are the results of these strikes?” Pushkov wondered.

http://sputniknews.com/russia/20151002/ ... z3nQ7pepIu

Max Boot, a neocon ideologue at the Council on Foreign Relations, admits the U.S. bombing campaign against ISIS is primarily smoke and mirrors.

“Obama’s strategy in Syria and Iraq is not working… (because) the U.S. bombing campaign against ISIS has been remarkably restrained,” Boot wrote forNewsweek in February

http://www.newsweek.com/how-isis-can-be ... ?piano_t=1

Earlier this week the Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam said there “is clearly no seriousness” to the war against ISIS. He added the objective is not eliminating the Islamic State but rather an effort by the West to “force their presence” in the region and worsen the situation there.

“From the very outset, this air campaign has NOT been directed against ISIS,” writes Michel Chossudovsky. “The evidence confirms that the Islamic State is not the target. Quite the opposite.”

“The air raids are intended to destroy the economic infrastructure of Iraq and Syria.”



Footnote : There has been an agreement made between various secret power groups for the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate to replace the artificial borders created by the French and the British in the Middle East after World War I.

That is what is happening now ( Libya , Algeria , Iraq and now Syria all becoming "failed states" resulting in the massive refugee crisis - deliberately orchestrated against all of us by the powers that be )
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Re: ISIS / ISIL - The redrawing of the boundaries

Post by Guardian » Sat Oct 10, 2015 3:27 pm

ISIS - follow the money for the funding source and all will be revealed

Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov says the ISIL terrorist group's leader, Ibrahim Samarrai who is known by the alias Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, works for the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and is financially supported by western secret services.
"Baghdadi should take off his mask and declare loudly and clearly that he is a CIA agent, that he has been recruited,” Kadyrov said on Tuesday, adding, “They (the ISIL militants) are Shaitans (devils) and their sole obsession is to grab as much money as they can lay hands on. They are acting on orders from the West and deliberately exterminating Muslims.”

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/10/22 ... g-for-cia/
Kadyrov further noted that the western secret services have supported the terrorists by all possible means.

He also warned those Chechens who join the ISIL Takfiris that they will not be allowed to return to their homeland.

Footnote :

In September, The New York Times ran an article quoting Bahaa al-Araji, the Iraqi deputy prime minister, who claimed the CIA was responsible for the creation of the Islamic State. “We know about who made Daesh,” al-Araji said. Daesh is an Arabic variant for the Islamic State.

“It is obvious to everyone that the Islamic State is a creation of the United States and Israel,” Omar al-Jabouri, a Sunni Muslim from Baghdad, told the newspaper.

The corporate media in the United States has attempted to counter evidencethe Islamic State, formerly ISIS, is an intelligence asset.
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Re: ISIS / ISIL - The redrawing of the boundaries

Post by oracle » Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:17 pm

Here we go again - after removing Abdullah Rashid al-Baghdadi as the head of the group by drone missile presumably this is ( or was ) his brother ??............

CNN) - Iraq's military claims its air force struck a convoy in western Anbar province that included ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The fate of al-Baghdadi is unknown, as he was "carried away in a vehicle," the military statement said.

"The Iraqi airforce carried out a heroic operation by striking al-Baghdadi's convoy while he on his way to attend a meeting with senior ISIS leaders in Karabelah," the statement said.

The site of the meeting was also struck and several ISIS leaders were killed and wounded, the statement said.

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/10/11/world ... dadi-raid/

However remember the Article from The New York Times :

Leader of Al Qaeda group in Iraq was fictional, U.S. military says

BAGHDAD — For more than a year, the leader of one the most notorious insurgent groups in Iraq was said to be a mysterious Iraqi named Abdullah Rashid al-Baghdadi.

As the titular head of the Islamic State in Iraq, an organization publicly backed by Al Qaeda, Baghdadi issued a steady stream of incendiary pronouncements. Despite claims by Iraqi officials that he had been killed in May, Baghdadi appeared to have persevered unscathed.

On Wednesday, a senior American military spokesman provided a new explanation for Baghdadi's ability to escape attack: He never existed.

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/18/world ... .html?_r=5&

Brigadier General Kevin Bergner, the chief American military spokesman, said the elusive Baghdadi was actually a fictional character whose audio-taped declarations were provided by an elderly actor named Abu Adullah al-Naima.

The ruse, Bergner said, was devised by Abu Ayub al-Masri, the Egyptian-born leader of Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, who was trying to mask the dominant role that foreigners play in that insurgent organization.

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ISIS ( ISIL ) and The Middle East Reorganisation

"There has been an agreement made between various secret power groups for the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate to replace the artificial borders created by the French and the British in the Middle East after World War I. That is what is happening now"
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Re: ISIS / ISIL - The redrawing of the boundaries

Post by Guardian » Thu Nov 05, 2015 7:38 am

So why are the US and UK blaming ISIS ??

Co-pilot of crashed Russian plane had technical concerns



MOSCOW: -- As aviation experts try to piece together the last minutes of a Russian airliner before it crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsular killing all 224 people on board, questions are being asked as to the flight worthiness of the aircraft .

Some have pointed to a 2001 incident, when the Airbus 321’s tail section struck the tarmac on landing causing a possible structural weakness.

Natalya Trukhacheva, wife of co-pilot says her husband had his concerns:

“ He (her husband Sergey) complained before the flight that the technical condition of the aircraft left much to be desired (…) I believe he would have made every effort to try to control the plane. If there was any chance, he would have landed it.”

Detailed flight data released by FlightRadar24, a flight tracking website, showed the plane sharply gaining altitude and dropping in its last moments, a pattern some experts have said would be consistent with losing the tail.

But investigators are still waiting for the plane’s flight data recorders to finish being analysed. The fact that the pilot made no distress call implies whatever happened was sudden. It’s also been suggested that due to the scattering of the plane’s wreckage over a wide area it may have broken up mid-air and at a high altitude.

Meanwhile relatives of those who died have been sent to a mortuary in Russia for the painful task of identifying loved ones .

The remains of the last 28 passengers have now arrived.

As a shocked nation continues to grieve a helpline offering psychological support for families and friends has already received around 3,000 calls.


-- © Copyright Euronews 2015-11-04

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The UK daily Telegraph dated 4 November 2015
What's the evidence for a bomb?

So far there have been no reports of explosive residues recovered from the wreckage.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... -news.html
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