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    Islamic State map of countries it plans to dominate by 2020

    September 14, 2015 9:32 am By Robert Spencer 9 Comments
    They plan to take over these areas not by means of conventional warfare, but through subversion. It’s improbable, but so is the existence of the Islamic State today, and all its gains over the past year. And from the holdings on this map, they plan to keep advancing against the entire world, as I detail in my new book The Complete Infidel’s Guide to ISIS.

    “ISIS WARNING: Horrifying map of target countries it wants to dominate in Europe by 2020,” by Jake Burman, Express, September 14, 2015 (thanks to Lookmann):
    The chilling image highlights areas the brutal terror organisation plans to seize by 2020, including Spain, China and parts of North Africa.
    According to the map, ISIS plan to take control of the Middle East, North Africa and parts of Europe, within the next five years, to complete its caliphate.
    The caliphate – a state governed by Sharia law which ISIS plan to claim – covers areas from Spain in the west to China in the east.
    Andalus is the Arabic name given to the parts of Spain, Portugal and france [sic] that were occupied by the Moors between the eighth and the 15th century.
    The savage terror organisation has up to 50,000 members and nearly £2billion of cash and assets….
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

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    Danish police relax laws in Sharia zone to avoid “constant conflict”

    September 14, 2015 11:57 am By Nicolai Sennels 1 Comment

    Sign of the times. The areas below, Gellerup and Bispehaven, are notorious Muslim ghettos where Islamic law is practised in many places, while secular law is disrespected.
    Via Uriasposten:
    A bunch of maladjusted adolescents in Gellerup and Bispehaven [Muslim ghettos] have been given a kind of “carte blanche” by the police – compared to what other maladjusted young people are allowed by the police.
    The video shows a young man from Aarhus standing roasting a cigarette, to use it for hashish. … The officer tells the youth that it is “probably a bad idea,” instead of checking if the youth has illegal drugs on him. …
    This is because the police in Aarhus West since 2012 have run a “dialogue-based” policy toward the disaffected youngsters.
    Police Commissioner Jens Espensen, from the local police in Aarhus West, explains that the police have adopted this strategy because no cops can stand to constantly be in conflict.
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



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    Two in every 100 Syrian migrants are ISIS fighters, PM is warned: Lebanese minister tells Cameron jihadists are coming 'under cover' to launch attacks on the West

    Lebanese education minister Elias Bousaab, who met the Prime Minister during his lightning visit to the region (pictured), said the extremist group is sending trained jihadists 'under cover' to attack targets in the West. If true, it could mean up to 400 of the 20,000 refugees Britain has promised to accept by 2020 have been radicalised. The warning came as Mr Cameron visited refugee camps in Lebanon and Jordan to see how Britain's £1billion aid spending is used. On his first visit to Lebanon, the PM said that without aid, hundreds of thousands more people could attempt the perilous crossing into Europe
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

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    Islamic State releases online data on 100 more US military personnel, calling on Muslims to murder them

    September 15, 2015 11:05 am By Robert Spencer 4 Comments
    “Today hacking…Tomorrow killing.” Meanwhile no U.S. officials are calling upon Muslims in the U.S. to do anything to counter Islamic State recruitment of U.S. Muslims.

    “‘Today hacking, Tomorrow killing…Happy 9/11’: ISIS threatens to kill 100 US military officers,” by Supriya Jha, Zee News, September 14, 2015:
    Washington: An ISIS-affiliated group that calls itself ‘Islamic State Hacking Division’, has released a second kill list of 100 US military personnel, releasing online their photos, names, divisions, and addresses, SITE Intel Agency reported.
    This is not the first time, that the ISIS-linked hackers have done so.
    Earlier in March this year, the ‘Islamic State Hacking Division’ had issued their first kill list of 100 members of US Army, Air Force and Navy, urging Muslims of the US to kill them for they had participated in US airstrikes against the ISIS.
    The latest ISIS threat saying “Happy 9/11” came on the occasion of the 14th anniversary of September 11 attack.
    “Today hacking…Tomorrow killing,” the hackers threatened in their post as tweeted by the head of the terror tracking SITE Intel agency Rita Katz
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



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    Islamic State’s top military commander was trained by American special forces units

    September 15, 2015 4:51 pm By Robert Spencer 10 Comments
    This article maintains that Abu Omar al Shishani was “radicalized” in a Saudi-funded mosque that challenged the moderate Islam that had hitherto prevailed in that region. Yet despite this supposedly prevailing moderation, its men gained a “reputation as crazy Islamic warriors.”
    If this scenario is true, U.S. officials should think very carefully about the implications of the fact that there are hundreds of Saudi-funded mosques in the U.S. But they won’t.
    And whether or not it is true that Abu Omar al Shishani was a “moderate” when he was trained by American special forces units, this story should make U.S. officials think carefully about the wisdom of such training, given that there is such a very fine line between “moderation” and “extremism.” But they won’t.

    “U.S. training helped mold Islamic State’s top military commander,” by Mitchell Prothero, McClatchy, September 15, 2015:
    …Abu Omar al Shishani, as he’s now known, had been born Tarkhan Batirashvili 27 years earlier in Georgia’s Pankisi Gorge, a tiny enclave of ethnic Chechens, known locally as Kists, whose roughly 10,000 residents represent virtually all of the Muslims in predominantly Orthodox Christian Georgia.
    But analysts of extremist groups said Batirashvili’s impact has been far greater than the small numbers of Muslims in Georgia would suggest. Since he swore allegiance to the Islamic State in 2013, thousands of Muslims from the Caucasus have flocked to Syria to join the extremist cause.

    “More than anything else, Batirashvili has legitimized ISIS in the Caucasus by the power of his exploits, which is amplified by slick ISIS propaganda,” said Michael Cecire, an analyst of extremism for the Philadelphia-based Foreign Policy Research Institute.
    Batirashvili’s battlefield successes, including orchestrating the capture of Syria’s Menagh Air Base after two years of failed attempts, “helped to legitimize ISIS in militant circles, including in the North Caucasus,” Cecire said.
    “Batirashvili’s ability to demonstrate ISIS’ tactical prowess attracted fighters in droves from other factions and tipped the scales in foreign fighter flow and recruitment,” Cecire said. “In the North Caucasus, young people no longer wanted to fight in Syria with the increasingly marginalized Caucasus Emirate (groups), but wanted to fight with the winners – ISIS.”
    Batirashvili’s story also was compelling, Cecire said: “A man with a modest background, sickly and impoverished before he went to Syria,” becomes “a great battlefield commander defying the world” . . . a “seemingly emulable, rags-to-riches story.” 
    Those seeking an explanation for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s insistence on sending military supplies and manpower to Syria to bolster the government of President Bashar Assad would do well to consider Batirashvili. Putin not only personally oversaw the Russian push into Georgia, but he has twice waged war against Islamist-led factions in Chechnya whose cause Batirashvili has supported since he was a teenager. Ethnic Chechens are thought to be the largest group of foreign fighters among Islamic State forces.
    Now 30, Batirashvili is a key figure, reportedly a member of the group’s governing council, is said to be the Islamic State’s supreme military leader in northern Syria and Aleppo, and is perhaps the group’s most fearsome ground commander. His current status is an irony for a man once considered a Georgian soldier with a bright future.
    We trained him well, and we had lots of help from America,” said a former Georgian defense official who asked to not be identified because of the sensitivity of Batirashvili’s role in the Islamic State. “In fact, the only reason he didn’t go to Iraq to fight alongside America was that we needed his skills here in Georgia.”
    Even before Georgia and Russia came to blows in 2008, Batirashvili had earned a reputation for fighting Russians. While a part of Georgia, the Pankisi Valley’s northern end abuts Chechnya, where separatists fought a brutal war for independence from Russia in the 1990s. Batirashvili’s mother was Chechen, and his father has told local journalists that young Batirashvili had seen a handful of military operations as a rebel in Chechnya before joining Georgia’s military in 2006 at age 20.
    The choice of a military career was natural, say Georgian officials and journalists who knew him and his community. Pankisi is a tiny and isolated sliver of Georgia with little economic activity, and the choices for its youth are narrow: leave home to fight the Russians, become a subsistence farmer, join one of the legendarily nasty Chechen criminal gangs, or join the military.
    According to Batirashvili’s ex-comrades in the Georgian military, Batirashvili was tapped immediately upon his enlistment to join Georgia’s U.S.-trained special forces.
    “He was a perfect soldier from his first days, and everyone knew he was a star,” said one former comrade, who asked not to be identified because he remains on active duty and has been ordered not to give media interviews about his former colleague. “We were well trained by American special forces units, and he was the star pupil.”
    Fighting the Russians in Chechnya would not have disqualified him, the former comrade said. “Having fought the Russians as a Chechen is hardly unusual and not the sort of thing that would have meant you were a bad guy,” he said. “It just means you’re from Pankisi.”
    None of the people who knew Batirashvili during his military service noted any sort of dedication to Islam or jihadist tendencies, but that’s not considered particularly unusual in a country where Muslims tend to adhere to a moderate strain of Sufi Islam despite Chechnya’s reputation as a incubator of extremism.
    Batirashvili’s exploits in the 2008 war with Russia are the stuff of local legend. Why he left the military isn’t clear.
    Chechens have a reputation as crazy Islamic warriors, but our Islam has always been moderate,” according to one Pankisi community and clan leader who’s been ordered by the government not to talk about the man many Georgians laughingly refer to as “Pankisi’s most famous son.”
    That reputation for moderation, however, began to change in the wake of the Chechen wars, which devastated Chechnya, and by the construction in 2000 of a second mosque to serve the valley’s six small villages.
    The new mosque, the community leader said, was built with a donation from Saudi Arabia and “preached a kind of alien Wahhabi-style Islam,” not the Sufi-style Islam that had characterized the regions for hundreds of years.
    “It told our people that it was wrong to pray at graves of saints and ancestors, as our people have done for hundreds of years, and even to share our religious rites with our Christian brothers,” he said.
    By the mid-2000s, multiple residents say, the situation had split the community, mostly by age, with the original Sufi mosque attended by the older members of the community, while the young people were radicalized by the new mosque. This led to significant tensions with police until it was resolved by a revolution almost 1,000 miles away.
    “They all started leaving for Syria,” the community elder said. “Things are safer here now because all the radicals – our children – have gone to Syria.”
    American and Georgian intelligence estimates put that number at between 150 and 200 young men who have left Pankisi to fight in Syria….
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

    "You think a wall as solid as the earth separates civilisation from barbarism. I tell you the division is a sheet of glass."



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    And speaking of American training. . .yet more FAIL. I believe it costs us several million dollars to train these slapheads.
    http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/A...ighting-416345
    American general: Only handful of US-trained Syrian rebels still fighting
    By REUTERS \ 09/16/2015

    WASHINGTON - Only a handful of US-trained Syrian rebels are still fighting in Syria, a top US general told Congress on Wednesday, a stark admission of setbacks to a fledgling military program that critics have already pronounced a failure.

    The US military began training in May for up to 5,400 fighters a year, in what was seen as a test of President Barack Obama's strategy of having local partners combat Islamic State militants and keep US troops off the front lines.

    But the program was troubled from the start, with some of the first class of less than 60 fighters coming under attack from al-Qaida's Syria wing, Nusra Front, in their battlefield debut. Some were captured and killed while others scattered.
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    Want to know how much FAIL costs? About half a billion:
    http://www.wnd.com/2015/09/obamas-sy...plan-implodes/
    Obama spends $500 million to train 5 anti-ISIS fighters
    U.S. program to create 'counterweight' to terror army implodes

    Douglas Ernst September 16, 2015
    President Obama just found out how many good anti-ISIS fighters $500 million buys: five, at most.

    Gen. Lloyd Austin, who leads the U.S. military’s Central Command, told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Wednesday there are only four or five Syrian fighters left out of 54 who were trained as part of a U.S. program.
    And as per the usual nobody goes to jail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugoutBear View Post
    Want to know how much FAIL costs? About half a billion:
    http://www.wnd.com/2015/09/obamas-sy...plan-implodes/
    Obama spends $500 million to train 5 anti-ISIS fighters
    U.S. program to create 'counterweight' to terror army implodes

    Douglas Ernst September 16, 2015

    And as per the usual nobody goes to jail.
    what a bargain.
    wonder whose pockets got lined.
    War on Terrors a money maker.....

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    Islamic State launches jihad attack on Libyan airport

    September 21, 2015 10:05 am By Robert Spencer 3 Comments
    “In June the IS affiliate seized the coastal city of Sirte, 450 kilometers east of Tripoli, vanquishing in the process one of strongest battalions, the 166th, from the militia-rich town of Misrata, a key backer of the Tripoli government.” But don’t be concerned: Barack Obama says they’re losing!

    “Islamic State Launches Attack on Libyan Airport,” by Jamie Dettmer, Voice of America, September 19, 2015:
    Militants loyal to the extremist Islamic State group managed to penetrate an air base Friday on the outskirts of Tripoli that serves as the Libyan capital’s only working airport and launch an attack on the headquarters of an Islamist militia that is opposed to them.
    The attack by a suicide squad composed of at least four militants is one of the most aggressive forays the Islamic State has made on the Libyan capital. Four assailants were killed, according to a spokesman for the mainly Islamist upstart Tripoli-run government — the rival to the internationally recognized administration now in exile in the eastern Libyan towns of Tobruk and Beida.
    At least three members of the Special Deterrence Force, a 700-member militia loyal to the Tripoli government, were killed, rebuffing the assault. The Tripoli government issued a statement expressing condolences to the families of the SDF fighters killed and emphasized its determination “to fight and eliminate terrorism.”
    The attack comes as the U.N.’s special envoy to Libya, the Spanish diplomat Bernardino Leon, is seeking to hammer out a complicated power-sharing deal to rid fractious Libya of its parallel rival governments. Under the Leon deal the factions would form a government of national accord, but talks are faltering ahead of a September 20 deadline.
    Leon has said his announced deadline is the “very last moment” for Libyans to come together.
    The Islamic State has exploited the turmoil in Libya and has been striking in territory controlled by both the upstart government in Tripoli and the internationally recognized one in the east of the North African country. In June the IS affiliate seized the coastal city of Sirte, 450 kilometers east of Tripoli, vanquishing in the process one of strongest battalions, the 166th, from the militia-rich town of Misrata, a key backer of the Tripoli government….
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    “As a general rule, the earlier you recognize someone is trying to kill you, the better off you’ll be.”

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    Syrian asylum-seeker in German shelter 'is filmed by other migrants boasting of having killed for ISIS'

    • Syrian man living in Germany allegedly said he had been a member of ISIS
    • Asylum seeker was said to be filmed boasting about his blood-thirsty past
    • Authorities said they only have the word of others and are investigating

    By Jenny Stanton and Allan Hall In Berlin for MailOnline
    Published: 05:08 EST, 20 September 2015 | Updated: 06:33 EST, 20 September 2015


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    Police are investigating whether an asylum seeker living in Germany fought for Islamic State, it has been reported.
    The Syrian man, who lives in a shelter in the north-east region of Brandenburg, allegedly told other refugees he had been a member of ISIS.
    German newspaper Welt am Sonntag, reported that the man was filmed boasting about his blood-thirsty past.

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    Germany's Federal Criminal Police Office said the suspect was filmed by other refugees boasting about having killed for the terrorist group.

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    The Syrian man, who lives in a shelter in the north-east region of Brandenburg, was filmed allegedly boasting about his blood-thirsty past

    But the authorities stressed they only had the word of others and are still checking to see if the allegations have any merit.
    Despite the case, federal police do not believe terrorists are infiltrating Germany through the influx of refugees.


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