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3 Days of Mourning Declared in Belgium after Terrorist Carnage

Posted by feww on March 22, 2016

Belgian authorities fail citizens against deadly terrorist attacks

Belgian officials have declared three days of mourning, having pathetically failed to prevent deadly terrorist attacks on Brussels Airport and a metro station.

The attacks in the Belgian capital left at least 34 people dead and more than 230 others injured, according to reports.

Twin blasts at Brussels National Airport, Zaventem, which killed at least 15 people and wounded more than a hundred, were followed by another powerful bomb explosion at the Maelbeek metro station, near the European Commission offices.

“Our fears have come true,” said the criminally incompetent Belgian prime minister, as he raised the threat level to the highest notch across the country.

“The victims have not been identified yet. It will take considerable time,” Brussels mayor told reporters.

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Outbreak of Flesh-eating Disease Plagues Daesh-controlled Parts of Syria

Posted by feww on December 8, 2015

Daesh imposes death sentence on occupied communities

The potentially deadly “flesh-eating” disease named leishmaniasis is rapidly spreading in Syria, caused by the sand flies feeding on the corpses dumped in the streets by Daesh (aka, ISIS, ISIL), the head of the Kurdish Red Crescent told Rudaw news.

“As a result of abominable acts by ISIS that included the killing of innocent people and dumping their corpses in streets, this is the leading factor behind the rapid spread of Leishmanisis disease,” said Dilqash Isa.

Leishmaniasis is a parasitic disease that is caused by infection with Leishmania parasites, which are spread by the bite of phlebotomine sand flies. There are several different forms of leishmaniasis in people. The most common forms are cutaneous leishmaniasis, which causes skin sores, and visceral leishmaniasis, which affects several internal organs (usually spleen, liver, and bone marrow), according to CDC.

“Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) is endemic in many of the poorest countries of all continents. “Aleppo boil” is one of the recognised names given to this disease in the medical literature. Although CL used to be well-controlled and well-documented in Syria, its incidence has dramatically increased since the beginning of the war,” said a report.

“Currently, an outbreak has been observed due to the war in Syria and the lack of measures to combat the disease, particularly in the besieged and medically underserved areas. New publications from the Ministry of Health reveal shocking statistics. There was an incidence rate of 53,000 cases in 2012 and 41,000 cases were reported in the first 2 quarters of 2013 (13). According to a recent telephone conversation with the head of the Leishmaniasis Centre in Aleppo (Dr. Ahmad Jatal, personal communication), 22,365 cases were reported in the previous year in Aleppo alone.”

Sores caused by leishmaniasis. Source: Rudaw

Leishmaniasis Association in Syria

The symptoms of leishmaniasis are skin sores which erupt weeks to months after the person affected is bitten by sand flies. Other consequences, which can manifest anywhere from a few months to years after infection, include fever, damage to the spleen and liver, and anemia.

[Honey, smile for uncle Salman, cousin Obama and his family. —Editor]

Girl affected by lieshmaniasis. Photo taken in Ferdaws area of Aleppo by Syrian American Kenan Rahmani (via Rudaw).


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Iraqi PM Demands Withdrawal of Turkish Battalion Near Mosul

Posted by feww on December 5, 2015

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Turkey protecting terrorists partners in Mosul?

Iraqi Prime Minister has condemned a Turkish military incursion into its northern territory, demanding their immediate withdrawal.

The incursion of “around one armed battalion [up to 300 troops] with [dozens] of tanks and cannons” into the Nineveh Province was a violation of Iraq’s sovereignty, said Mr Abadi in a statement released on December 5.

Turkish officials claim the troops were deployed on Friday (December 4) as part of a “routine exercise” to train Iraqi troops near the city of Mosul, which was captured by Daesh terrorists 16 months ago.

Iraq’s Foreign Ministry has described the troops movement into the northern Iraqi province as an “incursion,” rejecting the Turkish claim and asserting that the military operation was not coordinated with the federal government in Baghdad, said reports.

“The Turkish sources maintained that Turkey already had troops in Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan region, and the United States and other countries involved in fighting IS there were aware it was moving some troops to the Mosul area,” said a report.

“U.S. officials in Washington said they were aware of Turkey’s move, but it was not coordinated with the anti-IS coalition operating in northern Iraq.”

Turkey stands accused of buying stolen oil from Daesh terrorists [aka, Islamic State, ISIL.] The large scale illegal oil trade is helping the terrorist to rake in about 3 million dollars per day.

Daesh kidnapped 49 staff from the Turkish consulate in Mosul after seizing control of the city in June 2014; however, they released everyone unharmed three months later, AFP reported.

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Russian military presents “proof” of Turkey’s role in ISIL oil trade

Posted by feww on December 2, 2015

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The “NATO-protected” ISIL targets that coalition airstrikes in Syria avoided for more than 14 months

Media briefing “Russian Federation Armed Forces fighting against international terrorism. New data”

Satellite and aerial images taken on November 14, show 3,722 oil tankers, trucks and trailers waiting to carry oil stolen by ISIL, AlNusra Front and affiliated terrorist groups into Turkey, says the report.

“The fleet of terrorist [vehicles] features up to 8,500 tanker trucks which transport up to 200,000 barrels of oil daily [into Turkey.]”

Hundreds of oil tanker trucks cross the Turkey-Syria border each day, carrying oil stolen by the terrorists to the Batman refinery in Turkey.

Some of the oil, stolen from both Iraq and Turkey, is transported to two of Turkey’s Mediterranean ports and from there exported to other countries.

ISIL rakes in about three million dollars per day from the illegal oil trade, said the report.

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Indict NATO – Stop Global Terrorism!

Posted by feww on November 27, 2015

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Global terrorism sponsored by NATO members could spark WWIII

The Wahhabi/Salafi jihadist group known as Daesh, the local acronym for Islamic State (IS, aka, ISIL), is composed of extremist Sunni Arabs from Iraq and Syria. It currently controls an occupied territory with about 10 million people in Iraq and Syria and, through loyal offshoots, has control over small areas of Afghanistan, Libya and Nigeria, with other affiliates operating in North Africa and South Asia.

The terrorist group has claimed responsibility for a string of recent (2015) bombings across the globe that include

  • Paris: Charlie Hebdo (12 killed) – Jan. 2015
  • Libya: Corinthia Hotel shooting (five killed)
  • Tunisia: Museum shooting (22 killed more than 50 wounded)
  • Yemen: Mosque bombing (142 killed, at least 351 wounded)
  • Tunisia: Beach resort shooting (38 killed)
  • Kuwait: Explosion in mosque (27 killed)
  • Turkey: Kurdish peace rally bombing in Ankara (102 killed, more than 400 wounded)
  • Sinai, Egypt: Russian plane (224 killed)
  • Beirut: Bourj el-Barajneh Bombing (43 killed, many injured )
  • Paris: Shooting and suicide attacks (at least 130 killed, hundreds more injured)
  • Tunisia: Bus carrying the Presidential guards exploded (12 killed) Nov. 2015

Thousands of others including Iraqis, Syrians and Kurds, be it Christians, Yazidis, Shi’a Muslims and others, have also been killed by ISIL and their affiliates this year.

Sponsoring the Daesh Terrorists

Daesh is smuggling oil on a “commercial scale” into Turkey. Turkish middlemen including government officials are profiting from the lucrative, but illegal trade, analysts say.

Photos of Turkish President’s son Necmettin Bilal Erdogan, having dinner with an alleged Daesh leader in an Istanbul restaurant, were recently posted on Turkish social media.

“IS has big money, hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars, from selling oil. In addition they are protected by the military of an entire nation. One can understand why they are acting so boldly and blatantly. Why they kill people in such atrocious ways. Why they commit terrorist acts across the world, including in the heart of Europe,” said Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this week.

Daesh and their supporters have formed a “living oil pipe” stretched from their and rebel-controlled areas of Syria into Turkey, said the Russian President in a joint press conference with his French counterpart in Moscow. “Day and night they are going to Turkey. Trucks always go there loaded, and back from there – empty.”

ISIS Funded by 40 Countries, Including G20 Members —Putin

Unfortunately, the air campaign against the terrorists, led by the NATO kingpin, has [so far] spared the Islamic State terrorists’ most lucrative source of income.

The 40 countries that sponsor Daesh and global terrorism must necessarily include Saudi Arabia, Qatar and UAE, as well as other Islamic nations under the influence of Wahhabism. An estimated 6 million Wahhabis plague the Persian Gulf region (compared to 28.5 million Sunnis and 89 million Shia residents).

Wahhabi Support for Global Terrorism

Wahhabism (aka, Salafism) is an “orthodox” form of Sunni Islam, which insists on a literal interpretation of the Muslims’ holy book, the Qur’an. The followers are brainwashed to believe that all those who don’t share their views of Islam are enemies of god, thus misinterpreting and distorting Islam, experts say.

Daesh represents Wahhabism in its darkest form. Their violent fundamentalist doctrine rejects all non-Wahhabi Islam. They are especially intolerant of the Shi’a Islam, repeatedly attacking and massacring the Shi’a worshipers in mosques across the Middle East. Their targets have previously included also Christians, Yazidis and followers of all other traditional religions.

Saudi Arabia is the main sponsor of the jihadists. The Saudi royal family is financing a global campaign to recruit, indoctrinate and incite terrorism. Daesh could not have grown without Saudi sponsorship.


Qatar and Saudi involvement
In a 2013 External Policy Document, the European Parliament exposed the roles of Wahhabi and Salafi groups that are involved in the “support and supply of arms to rebel groups around the world.” The report warned about the Wahhabi/Salafi organizations across the world and stressed that “no country in the Muslim world is safe from their operations … as they always aim to terrorize their opponents and arouse the admiration of their supporters.”

  • Some of those terrorist groups have since been infiltrated and used (“double- zombified”) by agents of world powers to achieve other agenda.

Daesh (ISIL) is selling oil at $15–25 per barrel, much cheaper than the Brent benchmark, trading at $45 to $50, said a member of the expert council of the Russian Oil Industry Union.

“By reselling it, Ankara has the opportunity to earn extra income and continue to bomb the Kurds, saying its bombing radicals,” he said.

Is there a precedence for suing state sponsors of terrorism?

To stop global terrorism, those nations that have lost citizens in terror attacks, must indict NATO and sue the organization for damages!

There’s ample evidence to indict Turkey and several other members of NATO, as well as the G20 member countries, including Saudi Arabia and Qatar, for state-sponsored terrorism, and sue them for damages.

Libya forced to compensate Lockerbie bombing victims

In October 2008, Libya was forced to pay $1.5 billion into a fund to compensate relatives of Lockerbie bombing victims. The money was part of a $1.8 billion deal reached between the United States and Libya to settle outstanding terror claims held by terror victims from both countries. The remainder, $300 million, was earmarked for the victims of the 1986 Berlin disco bombing, victims of the 1989 UTA Flight 772 bombing, and Libyan victims of the 1986 US bombing of Tripoli and Benghazi.

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Paris Attacks an ‘Act of War’ by ISIL: French President

Posted by feww on November 14, 2015

Carnage in Paris

– Update –

The worst carnage in Paris since WWII has left nearly 130 people dead and more than 200 wounded including dozens in critical condition. The death toll is expected to rise, authorities said.

France’s President Francois Hollande has declared a national state of emergency and closed its borders.

He said the attacks, carried out by [at least] eight gunmen and suicide bombers, were “organized and planned from outside,” and vowed to “be pitiless” to the terrorists.

Pope has also  condemned Paris attacks as “inhuman,” calling them the latest part in “piecemeal World War III.”

Meanwhile, a Syrian passport has allegedly been found next to one of the dead suicide bombers at the Stad de France football stadium in Saint-Denis, French media reported. [“It’s déjà vu all over again!”]

It’s unclear whether the suicide apparatus the terrorists used were self-operated, or remote-controlled.

As expected, the corporate media, and their security experts, have already “bundled” the attacks in Paris with the downing of the Russian airliner over Sinai Desert, blaming the ISIL terrorists [locally known as “daesh”] for both incidents.

ISIL has reportedly released a statement saying “eight brothers wearing explosive belts and carrying assault rifles” had carried out the multiple attacks on “carefully chosen” targets in a response to France’s involvement in the airstrikes against its bases in Syria and Iraq.

[The Saturday attacks in Paris would have required many months of planning, experts say, while the French military carried out its first airstrikes against ISIL in Syria on September 27, 2015. Further, ISIL terrorists are usually known for their brutality, not necessarily their stupidity. By claiming responsibility for the Paris massacres, they have surely signed their own death warrants. Editor]

MSM have reported ISIL also claiming responsibility for the twin bombings in the suburbs of Beirut earlier this week that killed at least 43 people and left more than 200 others wounded.

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10 Percent of Iraqi Population Internally Displaced

Posted by feww on August 14, 2015

One in ten Iraqis internally displaced between January 2014 and July 2015 —IOM

At least 3,171,606 Iraqis (528,601 families) have been internally displaced between January 2014 and July 30, 2015, according to the Swiss-based International Organization for Migration (IOM).

The above estimate, obtained through IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), represents about 10 percent of Iraqi population of 32 million [July 2014 estimate.]

About 87 per cent of IDPs are originally from three governorates (provinces), said the report:

  • Anbar (40 percent)
  • Ninewa (33 percent)
  • Salah al-Din (14 percent)

In the first half of 2015, at least 6,784 Iraqis were killed and 11,789 others wounded in acts of terrorism and violence perpetrated by the so-called Islamic State (ISIL) terrorists (locally known as daesh), the thugs, assassins and murder mechanics leftovers from the genocidal regime of Saddam-Hussein.

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15,000 Iraqis Killed, 30,000 Wounded in War against ISIL —UN

Posted by feww on August 2, 2015

Saudi-backed terrorists continue to massacre Iraqi civilians

The war against the Saudi-backed terrorist group ISIL (locally known as daesh ) in Iraq has left at least 15,000 dead and 30,000 others wounded since January 2014, including 1,332 dead and 2,108 wounded in July 2015 alone.

Widespread human rights violations and massive displacement continue unabated throughout the war-torn country, said the UN.

“IOM’s latest Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) identified 3,087,372 internally displaced persons (514,562 families) in Iraq from January 2014 through 4 June 2015. The displaced are dispersed across all of Iraq’s 18 governorates.”



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3.1 Million Iraqis Displaced by Violence

Posted by feww on July 22, 2015

 9 Percent of remaining Iraqi population now displaced

More than 3.1 million Iraqis have been internally displaced by the ongoing bloody conflict, said UN spokesperson on Tuesday.

At least 300,000 people have been displaced from and within Anbar province including more than 250,000 individuals from Ramadi, the capital of governorate, since military operations began in April, said the UN Assistance (!) Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).

The DTM has identified 3,112,914 persons displaced by conflict in Iraq. The majority, 67 per cent, are sheltered in private settings that include rented housing, host families and hotels. A smaller but significant number, 20 per cent, are identified as living in critical shelter arrangements, which include unfinished buildings, religious buildings, informal settlements and schools. Eight per cent of those currently displaced in Iraq are living in camp settings.

A total of 1,466 Iraqis were killed and another 1,687 were injured in acts of terrorism, violence and armed conflict in June 2015, according to casualty figures released by UNAMI earlier this month.

In the first half 2015, at least 6,784 Iraqis were killed and 11,789 others wounded in acts of terrorism and violence.

Fighting to liberate the Anbar province continues between the Iraqi security forces, and the so-called Islamic State (ISIL) terrorists, better known as daesh , the thugs, assassins and murder mechanics left behind from the genocidal regime of Saddam-Hussein, who have seized most of the governorate.

*CAVEATS: In general, UNAMI has been hindered in effectively verifying casualties in conflict areas.  Figures for casualties from Anbar Governorate are provided by the Health Directorate and are noted below. In some cases, UNAMI could only partially verify certain incidents.  UNAMI has also received, without being able to verify, reports of large numbers of casualties along with unknown numbers of persons who have died from secondary effects of violence after having fled their homes due to exposure to the elements, lack of water, food, medicines and health care.  For these reasons, the figures reported have to be considered as the absolute minimum.

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Wahhabist Terrorists Kill Dozens in Kuwait, Tunisia

Posted by feww on June 27, 2015

Dozens murdered, scores injured by Wahhabist Terrorists in Kuwait, Tunisia

Wahhabist Terrorists, believed to be supported by the Saudi Royal family, and operating under the umbrella of the terrorist group Daesh (aka, ISIL) have killed at least 27 people and wounded up to 230 others in an attack on a Shia mosque in Kuwait during Friday prayers.

“Anti-Shia hate propaganda spread by Sunni religious figures sponsored by, or based in, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf monarchies, is creating the ingredients for a sectarian civil war engulfing the entire Muslim world,” said a 2013 report.

The terrorist used a walking bomb.

Mass Murder in Tunisia

At least 40 people, mostly foreign tourists, have been killed and dozens of others injured in an attack on a beach in the Tunisian resort town of Sousse, officials have said.

Belgians, Britons, Germans, French, Irish and Tunisian nationals are among the dead, said reports. Again, the Saudi-backed  Whabbist terrorist group Dash terrorist group has claimed responsibility.

In March terrorists killed 22 people, mainly foreign visitors, in an attack on a museum in the capital Tunis.


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