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spaminator
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FUREY: Terror attacks in Canada 'likely to continue,' internal CSIS report says
Anthony Furey
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Published:
January 23, 2018
Updated:
January 23, 2018 5:56 PM EST
Police investigate the scene where a car crashed into a roadblock in Edmonton on September 30, 2017.Jason Franson / THE CANADIAN PRESS
By Anthony Furey
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shows little concern over the threat posed by battle-hardened jihadists returning to Canada. He even argues they can be rehabilitated. But documents unearthed from CSIS – some of them marked “top secret” – reveal alarming information about how Canada’s spy agency views the jihadist threat, what they’re doing to track it and their concerns about future attacks on home soil. Anthony Furey reports in part three of this three-part series.
Canada’s top spies believe terrorism will continue in Canada, according to a threat assessment report from CSIS.
It notes that “domestic extremists are likely to continue to target Canadian uniformed personnel and related installations in neighbourhoods that are familiar to them (such as police stations and military recruitment centres).” Earlier words in the sentence that may offer further context have been redacted.
The report was compiled by the Integrated Terrorism Assessment Centre (ITAC), which operates from within CSIS headquarters, in January 2017. It was obtained via access to information and provided to the Sun. The document looks at the ways terrorists, particularly homegrown ones, may attack Canada in the future.
The two terror attacks in October, 2014 – one in Quebec and one on the Ottawa Parliament buildings – resulted in the deaths of two Canadian Forces members. The Edmonton vehicular ramming and stabbing attack that occurred last September was against a police constable.
But according to ITAC, these attempts may not be behind us. The document marked ‘secret’ notes that groups like ISIS and Al-Qaeda “continue to pose a persistent threat to Canada and Canadian interests globally” and adds that “of further concern is the ongoing threat from extremists in Canada who continue to aspire or plot violent acts of terror.”
It’s unclear if ITAC is referring to known specific extremists or if they are speaking hypothetically. CSIS and the Canadian government officially state that there are around 60 terrorists who have returned to Canada from fighting abroad.
However part one of this feature reported on an internal CSIS document that stated those numbers “fluctuate constantly”. And part two of this feature disclosed how the CSIS assessments branch was at one point producing weekly reports on the numbers of terrorists who are still abroad and the number who have returned to Canada. While the actual numbers were redacted, security experts told the Sun this suggests there are changes occurring frequently enough to warrant writing weekly reports.
The game is also changing, making matters more complex. According to the report, “ITAC notes an ongoing shift in DAESH (an alternate acronym for ISIS) rhetoric since the last iteration of the (National Terrorism Threat Levels), which has intensified the call in supporters and followers to instead join the ‘virtual caliphate’ by remaining in the West and carrying out domestic attacks on behalf of DAESH.
“Guidance on plotting and conducting a lone-actor attack goes as far as to provide systematic steps to reduce the chances of detection by security agencies such as employing ComSec [communications security] measures and dressing in the style of a Westerner).”
The report reveals Canada’s spies were also nervous about Canada 150 celebrations. Writing in advance of the sesquicentennial celebrations, they note that such events “remain attractive targets for groups to amass large casualties in a very short period of time, and with relative ease.”
One specific potential attack they warn about that would involve Canadians isn’t actually on Canadian soil. Citing an October 2016 pro-jihad book, they state it “recommends an explosive laden-sea vessel, driven by suicide bombers, against targets including the Suez canal where Canadian flagged vessels are likely to port.” Over the past several years, ISIS leaders have repeatedly named Canada in their roll call of countries to attack.
The silver-lining is that ITAC does not predict large scale and complex attacks in Canada. They note that “while domestic extremists may seek to conduct a copycat attack such as [Aaron] Driver’s suicide-IED attempt, the primary terror-related threat to Canada is single firearm, or a vehicle.”
The language in this report – which is not publicly posted on the ITAC website – contrasts with the more sanitized language used in the Public Report on the Terrorist Threat to Canada. The latter is something of a public version of the ITAC document, released annually by the Minister for Public Safety.
While Minister Ralph Goodale, in the foreword, notes that the report “takes a clear-eyed view of the dangers to Canada posed by terrorism” none of the blunt observations in the ITAC report make their way into the public one.
For the most part, the public text – which was released just before Christmas last year – looks back on Canada’s past challenges instead of discussing the likelihood of future threats.
“As the threat from terrorism continues to evolve, Canada’s response must continually adapt and change to keep Canadians safe,” notes the executive summary. “The Government’s role is to respond to a terrorist threat or incident through a coordinated effort by multiple federal departments and agencies, and all levels of government.”
The public version also echoes the approaches to deradicalization and rehabilitation favoured by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “A key approach to countering radicalization to violence in Canada is establishing programming within communities,” the report notes, going on to detail various counter-radicalization endeavours.
There is no mention of any such programs in the ITAC report.
Part one of this series can be found here and part two found here.
afurey@postmedia.com, Twitter: @anthonyfurey
FUREY: New docs reveal CSIS foreign fighter concerns | Toronto Sun
FUREY: Top secret CSIS reports shed light on tracking homegrown jihadists | Toronto Sun
http://publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/...-thrt-cnd-2017
FUREY: Terror attacks in Canada ‘likely to continue,’ internal CSIS report says | Toronto Sun

Ex-bouncy castle salesman from London now chief executioner for ISIS
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Published:
January 23, 2018
Updated:
January 23, 2018 10:53 PM EST
Siddhartha Dhar is seen holding his son and an AK-47 in this photo he posted to Twitter.
A former bouncy castle salesman from England is now the chief executioner for ISIS, according to reports out of the U.K.
Londoner Siddhartha Dhar has taken over the killer gig from another Brit, Mohammed Emwazi, who was known as Jihadi John. Emwazi was killed by a drone strike in late 2015.
Dhar, who also goes by Abu Rumaysah, has been put on the U.S.’s global terrorism list, according to the Daily Mail.
“He is considered to have replaced ISIS executioner Mohammed Emwazi, also known as ‘Jihadi John’,” the U.S. State Department said the Daily Mail report. “Dhar is believed to be the masked leader who appeared in a January 2016 ISIS video of the execution of several prisoners ISIS accused of spying for the U.K.”
Dhar, a former Hindu who converted to Islam when he married his wife, Aisha.
He bolted for Syria in 2014 after being arrested in the U.K. for suspicion of belonging to Al-Muhajiroun, a banned group. He had just been released on bail — he’d handed over his passport — and was banned from traveling.
“What a shoddy security system Britain must have to allow me to breeze through Europe to (ISIS),” he said in a Twitter post. The accompanying photo showed him holding his newborn son and and AK-47 rifle.
Before becoming ISIS’s hand of death, Dhar sold inflatable bouncy castles that are popular with kids’ birthday parties.
A video grab from footage broadcast by the UK Parliaments Parliamentary Recording Unit (PRU) shows Konika Dhar, sister of Siddhartha Dhar, as she gives evidence to a British Home Affairs Select Committee in London on January 16, 2016. (Getty Images)
US government places 'Jihadi Sid' on global terror list | Daily Mail Online
http://state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2018/01/277594.htm
Ex-bouncy castle salesman from London now chief executioner for ISIS | Toronto Sun

Al-Qaeda chief urges Muslims to 'kill every Jew'
Brad Hunter
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Published:
January 23, 2018
Updated:
January 23, 2018 3:21 PM EST
Khalid Batarfi, head of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is urging Muslims to kill Jews and Americans.GETTY IMAGES
Former terror big daddy Al-Qaeda is trying to win back fans with a new slew of slurs against Jews, Americans and other infidels.
Since leader Osama bin Laden was taken off the board by U.S. Navy Seals in 2011, the terror organization lost its lustre to Islamic State psychos.
Now, one of the group’s senior leaders is vowing hellfire on infidels and calling on Muslims to murder.
US Vice President Mike Pence visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
New kid on the terror block Khalid Batarfi slammed U.S. President Donald Trump’s move to relocate the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Israel.
Batarfi described the move as “a declaration of a new Jewish-Crusader war”, the SITE Intelligence monitoring group reported.
Blah, blah, blah… infidels. Al-Qaeda has lost popularity and power since the death of leader Osama bin Laden in 2011. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The No. 2 in terror released an 18-minute video called Our Duty Towards Our Jerusalem, adding that every Muslim has a duty to liberate the ancient city.
He said: “No Muslim has the right to cede Jerusalem no matter what happens. Only a traitor would give it up or hand it over. Let them (Muslims) rise and attack the Jews and the Americans everywhere.”
The latest outburst follows Trump’s announcement on Dec. 6 outlining his plan to move the embassy.
Batarfi dismissed concerns voiced by US allies protests as disingenuous “dust thrown in the eyes.”
He added: “The greatest responsibility lies upon the Muslims in America and the Western countries in the world. The Muslims inside the occupied land must kill every Jew, by running him over, or stabbing him, or by using against him any weapon, or by burning their homes.”
Al-Qaeda chief urges Muslims to ‘kill every Jew’ | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#572
ISIS-loving ex-U.S. soldier gets life for gunning down Denver transit guard
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Published:
January 25, 2018
Updated:
January 25, 2018 7:50 PM EST
This file booking photo released on Feb. 2, 2017, by the Denver Police Department shows Joshua Cummings in Denver. (Denver Police Department via AP, File)
DENVER — A former U.S. soldier who killed a transit security guard in downtown Denver last year was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole.
After a three-day trial, a jury found Joshua Cummings, 38, guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Scott Von Lanken, 56. Cummings received the mandatory sentence shortly after the verdict was read.
Police said he walked up behind Von Lanken while the guard was speaking to two women late at night on Jan. 31, 2017, put a gun to his neck and shot him.
One of the women told investigators that Cummings said something like, “Do what you are told,” just before he opened fire and ran away, according to police. He was found a short time later hiding on the terrace of an apartment building with a handgun.
Von Lanken was a former police officer who was working as a contract security guard for the Denver area’s Regional Transportation District.
Cummings told The Associated Press shortly after his arrest that he supported the Islamic State group, but investigators said they had not found any evidence that the terror group had anything to do with the killing.
Cummings, who joined the Army in 1996 but never saw combat, said he pledged his allegiance to ISIS and fasted behind bars for three days to purge himself of an oath he took to uphold the U.S. Constitution.
The Islamic convert from Texas declined to discuss the crime with the AP or whether his support for the militant group led him to shoot Von Lanken.
Members of mosques in the Denver area reported concerns about him to authorities before the shooting.
On Dec. 24, 2016, a mosque leader emailed the Department of Homeland Security to say a man identifying himself as a Muslim convert named Joshua, from Pampa, Texas, made worrisome statements that day about fighting to establish “the rule of Islam.” The email also said the man had rebuked a speaker “as being soft” on Shariah law earlier that month.
The FBI has declined to comment on what, if any, action agents took after Cummings was interviewed in December 2016.
Cummings had been vocal on Twitter about his views on Islam, and he was both critical and supportive of law enforcement.
ISIS-loving ex-U.S. soldier gets life for gunning down Denver transit guard | Toronto Sun
 
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95 killed as suicide bomber in ambulance detonates in Afghanistan
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Published:
January 27, 2018
Updated:
January 27, 2018 1:21 PM EST
KABUL — A suicide bomber driving an ambulance coasted through a security checkpoint in Afghanistan’s capital on Saturday by telling police he was taking a patient to a nearby hospital and then detonated his explosives at a second checkpoint, killing at least 95 people and wounding 158 more in an attack claimed by the Taliban, authorities said.
The powerful explosion was felt throughout the capital, Kabul, and covered the blast area in smoke and dust. Dozens of vehicles were damaged or destroyed, and several shops, including some selling antiques and photography equipment, were decimated.
Windows at the nearby Jamhuriat government hospital were shattered, and its walls were damaged. People ran out to help, and ambulances arrived to transport dozens of wounded people to hospitals.
The Interior Ministry said four suspects in the deadly bombing, which occurred near the European Union and Indian consulates, had been arrested and were being questioned, but it didn’t elaborate.
“The majority of the dead in the attack are civilians, but of course we have military casualties as well,” ministry spokesman Nasrat Rahimi said.
A wounded man is assisted at the site of an explosion in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018. The Interior Ministry says a suicide car bomb attack in Kabul leaves dozens wounded.
A Taliban spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, claimed responsibility for the bombing, which sent thick, black smoke into the sky from a site near the government’s former Interior Ministry building.
The bombing came just a week after Taliban militants killed 22 people at an international hotel in Kabul.
It has been a month of relentless attacks across Afghanistan, with the Taliban and an Islamic State group affiliate making alternate claims of responsibility. The brutality and frequency of the attacks, including one in December at a Shiite cultural centre, has shattered Afghanistan’s usually quiet winter, when fighting normally slows down.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres quickly condemned Saturday’s attack, saying through a spokesman that “Indiscriminate attacks against civilians … can never be justified.” U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan John R. Bass called the attack “senseless and cowardly.”
And the International Committee of the Red Cross seethed that the ambulance attack was “unacceptable and unjustifiable,” saying in a tweet: “The use of an ambulance in today’s attack in #Kabul is harrowing.”
It was the second Taliban attack in a week on high-security targets in the city.
Wounded people are assisted at the site of an explosion in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018. The Interior Ministry says a suicide car bomb attack in Kabul has left dozens wounded.
Last weekend, six Taliban militants attacked Kabul’s Intercontinental Hotel, leaving 22 people, including 14 foreigners, dead. About 150 guests fled the gun battle and fire sparked by the assault by climbing down bedsheets tied to balconies. The U.S. Department of State said American citizens were killed and injured in that attack.
The hotel attack prompted the United States to repeat its demand that Pakistan expel Taliban members who have found sanctuary on its soil, with particular reference to the Haqqani network. On Wednesday a U.S. drone slammed into Pakistani tribal territory that borders Afghanistan, killing two Haqqani commanders, said Pakistani officials, who deny providing organized camps for their safety. Pakistan says the Taliban cross the porous border that separates the countries along with the estimated 1.5 million Afghan refugees still living in Pakistan.
The recent attacks have infuriated Afghans, frustrated by the worsening security after 16 years of war. The Afghans have expressed their anger with neighbour Pakistan for harbouring insurgents and with the U.S.-led coalition for its inability to suppress the insurgency. They also have blamed the deteriorating security situation on a deeply divided government embroiled in political feuding that has paralyzed Parliament.
After Saturday’s attacks Pakistan issued a statement that condemned the bombing, saying, “No cause or ends justify acts of terrorism against innocent people.”
Afghan security forces, whose competency has been uneven, have struggled to fight the Taliban since the U.S. and NATO formally ended their combat mission in 2014.
U.S. President Donald Trump has pursued a plan that involves sending thousands more troops to Afghanistan and envisions shifting away from a time-based approach to one that more explicitly links U.S. assistance to concrete results from the Afghan government. The Republican president’s U.N. envoy, Nikki Haley, said after a recent visit to Afghanistan that his policy was working and that peace talks between the government and the Taliban are closer than ever before.
95 killed as suicide bomber in ambulance detonates in Afghanistan | Toronto Sun
 
Walter
#574
Not an Isis attack.

URLs are better than complete articles.
 
Danbones
#575
Security #1: "Whats in the bomb case doood?"

Bomber: "nuttin!"

Security #1: *stares into the sun for a minute or two* "OK! Carry on..."
( gives suicide bomber secret "dakka dakka Mohammad jihad" hand shake)

I guess they are sick of having the Pakistanis help the US rape their country for the money the US is no longer paying.

This week the Human Rights Watch reports that in the second half of 2016, deportation threats and police abuses pushed out 365,000 of Pakistan’s 1.5 million registered Afghan refugees and over 200,000 of the country’s estimated one million undocumented Afghans. This is a process that has been building up for a number of years. It intensified after the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan’s 2014 Army Public School attack in Peshawar.

(LOL FURTHER INSANITY OF THE WESTERN DUFFUS ):
Moreover, the movement of Afghans to Europe continues. Afghans already constitute the second largest refugee population in Europe, despite claims by Western deportation regimes that Afghanistan is a ‘safe country’.
https://www.dawn.com/news/1315598

Last edited by Danbones; Jan 28th, 2018 at 05:44 AM..
 
spaminator
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ISIS DEFEATED: U.S. starts Iraq drawdown after ‘battle against Daesh’ ends
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Published:
February 5, 2018
Updated:
February 5, 2018 7:56 AM EST
AL-ASAD AIRBASE, Iraq — American troops have started to draw down from Iraq following Baghdad’s declaration of victory over the Islamic State group last year, according to Western contractors at a U.S.-led coalition base in Iraq.
In Baghdad, an Iraqi government spokesman on Monday confirmed to The Associated Press that the drawdown has begun, though he stressed it was still in its early stages and doesn’t mark the beginning of a complete pullout of U.S. forces.
In this Aug. 20, 2017 file photo, U.S. Army soldiers stands next to a guided-missile launcher, a few miles from the frontline, in the village of Abu Ghaddur, east of Tal Afar, Iraq. (AP Photo/Balint Szlanko, File)
Dozens of American soldiers have been transported from Iraq to Afghanistan on daily flights over the past week, along with weapons and equipment, the contractors said.
An AP reporter at the Al-Asad base in western Iraq saw troop movements reflecting the contractors’ account. The contractors spoke on condition of anonymity in line with regulations and declined to reveal the exact size of the drawdown.
In this April 17, 2017 file photo, Decker, from the 82nd Airborne Division’s C Battery, 2nd Battalion, 319th Airborne Field Artillery Regiment is part of the team responsible for firing artillery in support of Iraqi forces battling Islamic State militants in Mosul, Iraq. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo, File)
“Continued coalition presence in Iraq will be conditions-based, proportional to the need and in co-ordination with the government of Iraq,” coalition spokesman Army Col. Ryan Dillon told the AP when asked for comment.
Government spokesman Saad al-Hadithi said “the battle against Daesh has ended, and so the level of the American presence will be reduced.” Daesh is the Arabic language acronym for IS.
In this April 17, 2017 file photo, U.S. soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division fire artillery in support of Iraqi forces fighting Islamic State militants from their base east of Mosul. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo, File)
Al-Hadithi spoke just hours after AP reported the American drawdown — the first since the war against IS was launched over three years ago.
One senior Iraqi official close to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said 60 per cent of all American troops currently in country will be withdrawn, according to the initial agreement reached with the United States. The plan would leave a force of about 4,000 U.S. troops to continue training the Iraqi military.
U.S. Army soldiers move through Qayara West Coalition base in Qayara, some 50 kilometers south of Mosul, Iraq, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)
The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media.
A Pentagon report released in November said there were 8,892 U.S. troops in Iraq as of late September.
The U.S. first launched airstrikes against the Islamic State group in Iraq in August 2014. At the time the military intervention was described as “limited,” but as Iraq’s military struggled to roll back the extremists, the U.S.-led coalition’s footprint in the country steadily grew.
In this Sept. 8, 2016 photo, a U.S. Army soldier guards a position at Camp Swift, northern Iraq. (AP Photo/Susannah George)
“We’ve had a recent change of mission and soon we’ll be supporting a different theatre of operations in the coming month,” U.S. Army 1st Lt. William John Raymond told the AP at Al-Asad.
He spoke as he and a handful of soldiers from his unit conducted equipment inventory checks required before leaving Iraq. Raymond declined to specify where his unit was being redeployed, in line with regulations as the information has not yet been made public.
The drawdown of U.S. forces comes just three months ahead of national elections in Iraq, where the indefinite presence of American troops continues to be a divisive issue.
Al-Abadi, who is looking to remain in office for another term, has long struggled to balance the often competing interests of Iraq’s two key allies: Iran and the United States.
While the U.S. has closely backed key Iraqi military victories over IS such as the retaking of the city of Mosul, Iraq’s Shiite-led paramilitary forces with close ties to Iran have called for the withdrawal of U.S. forces. The prime minister has previously stated that Iraq’s military will need American training for years to come.
The Iraq drawdown also follows the release of the Pentagon’s National Defence Strategy that cited China’s rapidly expanding military and an increasingly aggressive Russia as the U.S. military’s top national security priorities.
“Great power competition, not terrorism, is now the primary focus of U.S. national security,” Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said last month in remarks outlining the strategy.
Iraq declared victory over IS in December after more than three years of grueling combat against the extremists in a war Iraqi forces fought with close U.S. support. In 2014, at the height of the Sunni militant group’s power, IS controlled nearly a third of Iraqi territory.
While IS’ self-styled caliphate stretching across Iraq and Syria has crumbled and the militants no longer hold a contiguous stretch of territory, in Iraq, the group continues to pose a security risk, according to Iraqi and American officials.
IS maintains a “cellular structure” of fighters who carry out attacks in Iraq aimed at disrupting local security, U.S. Marine Corps Brig. Gen. James Glynn told reporters during a Pentagon briefing last month.
Glynn pledged continued support for Iraq’s security forces, but acknowledged U.S.-led coalition “capabilities” in Iraq would likely shift now that conventional combat operations against the group have largely ceased.
There were some 170,000 American troops in Iraq in 2007 at the height of the surge of U.S. forces to combat sectarian violence unleashed by the U.S.-led invasion of the country to oust dictator Saddam Hussein. U.S. troop numbers eventually wound down to 40,000 before the complete withdrawal in 2011.
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Abdul-Zahra reported from Baghdad.
ISIS DEFEATED: U.S. starts Iraq drawdown after
 
spaminator
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IS claims responsibility for deadly church shooting in Russia
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Published:
February 19, 2018
Updated:
February 19, 2018 9:55 AM EST
In this video grab provided by the RU-RTR Russian television a group of believers comfort each other after a memorial service in the Russian Orthodox Church in Kizlyar, Russia, Monday, Feb. 19, 2018. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on churchgoers in Russia's predominantly Muslim Dagestan region. At least five people were killed and four wounded when a gunman opened fire with a hunting rifles on people leaving a Sunday service at a Russian Orthodox church in the Dagestan city of Kizlyar. (RU-RTR Russian Television via AP) ORG XMIT: XAZ106AP
MOSCOW — The Islamic State group on Monday claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on churchgoers in Russia’s predominantly Muslim Dagestan region.
At least five people were killed and four wounded when a gunman opened fire with a hunting rifles on people leaving a Sunday service at a Russian Orthodox church in the Dagestan city of Kizlyar.
Authorities say the gunman was a local resident, and his wife has been detained for questioning. But police haven’t commented on the possible motive for the attack.
Dagestan is a predominantly Muslim region situated between Chechnya and the Caspian Sea. Following two separatist wars in neighbouring Chechnya, an Islamic insurgency spread to Dagestan.
A statement from the Islamic State group, posted Monday on an IS-affiliated militant website, claimed responsibility for the shooting, saying a Muslim fighter attacked “a Christian temple” in Kizlyar. The authenticity of the statement couldn’t be confirmed, but the website is regularly used by IS for posting militant statements.
The attack happened less than two weeks after several top officials in Dagestan were arrested on embezzlement charges, part of the Kremlin’s efforts to strengthen control over the volatile region. The officials, including the head of Dagestan’s government, were arrested at their homes before dawn in a swift, military-style operation in Dagestan and flown to Moscow. Observers saw the latest arrests as part of Kremlin efforts to rein in the local elites and establish a degree of control over the economically struggling region.
IS claims responsibility for deadly church shooting in Russia | Toronto Sun
 
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1,000 jihadi brides set to invade West: Report
Brad Hunter
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Published:
February 24, 2018
Updated:
February 24, 2018 3:34 PM EST
Hayat Boumeddiene, the most wanted woman in France is more than an ISIS cheerleader. She takes part in attacks.
Here come the brides!
A new report from the European Union has set off chilling alarm bells: More than 1,000 ISIS jihadi brides are expected to return to the West.
And that includes Canada.
Since punker turned terrorist Sally Jones was taken off the board by allied bombers, Samantha “The White Widow” Lewthwaite is the most wanted female terrorist in the world.
“An estimated 30% of 5,000 foreign terrorist fighters who resided in Europe, and left to Syria, Iraq or Libya have come back to the Continent,” the report from Frontex reveals, according to The UK Sun.
It’s believed about 1,000 European women signed on as bombmakers and babymakers with ISIS. Several hundred minors are believed to have been taken to the theatres of war in Syria and Iraq.
During her salad days, Reem Slaleh Raiyshi was the most wanted female terrorist in the world. She blew herself up in 2004. GETTY IMAGES
Now, with the death cult’s caliphate pulverized by allied bombing, the rats are scurrying.
Assessing how dangerous the threat could be is “difficult.” Increasingly, women aligned with Islamic State have pushed for a more active role in the terror group’s orchestra of death.
The report adds that the terror threat is constantly “evolving.”
“The challenges are even more complicated when adding the hundreds of brides and children,” it adds.
“Almost 1,000 women from Europe have joined the different jihadist groups in the Middle East, mainly Daesh. Furthermore, several hundred minors are also believed to have been brought to, or born in, the same region.”
Last October, a former British spy chief warned that women were complicit in almost 25% of terror attacks in Europe.
Meanwhile, the British Foreign Office warned that the jihadis are looking for new places to recruit members to do their bloody bidding.
The UK Sun names Canada, South Africa, New Zealand and Trinidad and Tobago as vulnerable.
bhunter@postmedia.com

1,000 jihadi brides set to invade West: Report | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#579
ISIS death threats drove porn star Mia Khalifa from sex flicks
Brad Hunter
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Published:
February 28, 2018
Updated:
February 28, 2018 2:19 PM EST
Former porn star Mia Khalifa said death threats from ISIS drove her from the Sexxx-rated business.MIA KHALIFA/ INSTAGRAM
Former porn star Mia Khalifa is claiming death threats from ISIS made her quit the XXX-rated world.
Born in Lebanon, Khalifa, 25, moved to Miami when she was 10.
While she’s from an Arabic background, her family is Christian. ISIS called her a “disgrace.”
Former porn star Mia Khalifa said death threats from ISIS drove her from the Sexxx-rated business. MIA KHALIFA/ INSTAGRAM
“It all started to spiral out of control when the death threats from ISIS started coming in. That’s when I stepped away,” she told Lance Armstrong on his podcast.
“As soon as I started to gain popularity, that’s when I was like ‘get the f— out of this.’ This was not what I was trying to do whatsoever.
“I just wanted to let loose and rebel a little bit.”
Lance Armstrong and Mia Khalifa. MIA KHALIFA/ INSTAGRAM
The star of Pounding Mia Khalifa, Mia Khalifa and Her 34 DDDs, and Mia Khalifa’s Monster Threesome provoked outrage with one scene showing her having sex while wearing a hijab.
Former porn star Mia Khalifa said death threats from ISIS drove her from the Sexxx-rated business. MIA KHALIFA/ INSTAGRAM
Meanwhile, Islamic State headcases are urging jihadis to turn the tourist beaches of Egypt into rivers of blood.
An editorial in the death cult’s online weekly, Al-Naba, is calling on extremists to ramp up attacks on “belligerent” Christians and tourists in the country.
Former porn star Mia Khalifa said death threats from ISIS drove her from the Sexxx-rated business. MIA KHALIFA/ INSTAGRAM
The fanatics’ fanzine also wants ISIS members to kidnap tourists to deliver another body blow to Egypt and harm its tourism industry.
Egypt is still reeling from the 2015 terror attack when a Russian passenger jet was destroyed over the Sinai Peninsula. All 224 people on board were killed.
A Russian investigator walks near wreckage a day after a passenger jet bound for St. Petersburg, Russia, crashed in Hassana, Egypt, on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)
ISIS controls territory to the north of Sharm el Sheikh, the Red Sea resort area popular with foreign tourists.
After a nearly three-year absence, British tour operators are again flying into the area.
A Russian family shows their heartache after ISIS shot down an airliner over Egypt killing everyone aboard. GETTY IMAGES
The U.K. Sun quoted the latest maniacal manifesto: “And it is worth mentioning in these days that the Mujahideen in all regions of Egypt aim to escalate their attacks against the apostates, belligerent Christians, and the polytheists from among the tourists (i.e. Christian and Jewish tourists), and others.”
One ISIS supporter sniffed online on Telegram: “The infidel Egyptian regime is attempting to demonstrate its presence, flaunt its power and take pride in itself, therefore:
“Operations targeting the Christians and seizing their property will embarrass the regime and show it up more than targeting the military and police.”
http://soundcloud.com/user-411867241...ance-armstrong
http://thesun.co.uk/news/5690929/isi...stian-tourists
ISIS death threats drove porn star Mia Khalifa from sex flicks | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#580
'I will not be silenced': France charges far-right leader Marine Le Pen with tweeting ISIS photos
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Published:
March 1, 2018
Updated:
March 1, 2018 2:34 PM EST
Far-right leader and candidate for the 2017 French presidential election Marine Le Pen acknowledges applauses as she arrives on stage for a meeting in Marseille, southern France, Wednesday, April 19, 2017.Michel Euler / AP
PARIS — French prosecutors filed preliminary charges Thursday against Marine Le Pen for tweeting brutal images of Islamic State violence.
The prosecutor’s office in the Paris suburb of Nanterre said the charges were issued for “distribution of violent images.” If the case eventually reaches trial and she’s convicted, Le Pen could face up to three years in prison and a 75,000-euro ($90,000) fine.
Le Pen’s December 2015 tweets showed executions by IS extremists, including the killing of American reporter James Foley. She posted them in the wake of the November 2015 IS attacks on Paris, accusing the government of not doing enough to protect France.
French far-right Front National (FN) party president Marine Le Pen, visits the 55th International Agriculture Fair (Salon de l’Agriculture) at the Porte de Versailles exhibition center on February 28, 2018 in Paris. GERARD JULIEN/AFP/Getty Images
Le Pen told BFM television Thursday “it’s clearly aimed at silencing me. Yet I will not be silenced.” Le Pen said she would consider a potential conviction as a “medal of patriotism and defence of the French people.”
The preliminary charges were made possible after the French parliament lifted her immunity from prosecution in the case late last year.
Lawyer Rodolphe Bosselut, representing Le Pen in the case, confirmed the charges but wouldn’t comment.
It's clearly aimed at silencing me. Yet I will not be silenced.
Marine Le Pen
It’s one of multiple legal cases targeting Le Pen or the National Front.
In one high-profile investigation, she and the party have to respond to charges over the misuse of European funds. She denies wrongdoing.
Le Pen, who was a distant runner-up to Emmanuel Macron in last year’s presidential run-off, plans to propose a new name for the National Front at a congress later this month, in an apparent effort to distance it from past problems and stigma. The party could also end the honorary presidency of Le Pen’s father and National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen, as part of a protracted family feud.
Marine Le Pen’s French-first, Islam-skeptic nationalism resonated widely in the wake of Donald Trump’s election and Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.
‘I will not be silenced’: France charges far-right leader Marine Le Pen with tweeting ISIS photos | Toronto Sun
 
Tecumsehsbones
#581
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ISIS death threats drove porn star Mia Khalifa from sex flicks

What a terrible loss to the onanism community! They hate us for our freedoms, y'know.
 
spaminator
#582
CSIS ordered to show hand to Peshdary defence team on eve of trial | Toronto Sun

London man convicted of trying to build child jihadist army | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#583
Canadian who admitted to plotting terrorist attacks asks for ’second chance’
Canadian Press
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Published:
March 4, 2018
Updated:
March 4, 2018 5:23 PM EST
Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy's Facebook profile dated October 2015. (Facebook)SunMedia
A Canadian who admitted to plotting a terrorist attack on New York City is pleading for “a second chance” in a letter submitted to the court ahead of his upcoming sentencing.
In the letter filed to a New York court on Friday, Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy of Mississauga, Ont., outlined his personal history with addiction and mental illness, and explained that he felt American airstrikes against the Middle East drove him to jihadism.
The 20-year-old wrote that he felt that Americans were trying to disrupt the lives of people in the Middle East with airstrikes and he thought “it was appropriate to use similar methods back until and unless they stop.”
The 24-page hand-written letter, addressed to the judge in his case and partially redacted, is part of a package his lawyers submitted ahead of his sentencing for multiple terrorism-related charges that he pleaded guilty last year.
El Bahnasawy described his disenfranchisement with western society, including “so-called democracy and freedom.”
He said he chose to go to the U.S. to carry out the plan because Canada had recently stopped its airstrikes, “and it didn’t make sense to transgress back against them in such a way.”
People walk on a subway platform in New York on June 22, 2016. .S. authorities said a 19-year-old Canadian pleaded guilty to terrorism-related charges in connection with what they call an ISIS-inspired plot to target landmarks in New York City more than a year ago, including Times Square and the city’s subway system. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York says the Canadian, identified as Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy, of Mississauga, Ont., has been in custody since the FBI arrested him in New Jersey in May 2016.
Police secretly arrested El Bahnasawy, then 18, in what they said was a plot by Islamic State sympathizers to attack New York City concert venues, subway stations and Times Square. He was arrested after travelling from Canada to New Jersey in 2016. The records in his case were sealed for over a year as police tried to hunt down his accomplices.
Authorities announced the charges against him after two other suspects were arrested in Pakistan and the Philippines.
The Canadian didn’t discuss the specifics of the plot in the letter, instead focusing on why he decided to go to such extremes.
“My detailed reasons about this is in no way a justification for it, I merely am explaining my thought process at the time,” he wrote, adding that he no longer believes extremism is the answer.
“There are many issues in this world but I don’t want to lose my life or freedom to try fixing them, and I definitely do not want to resort to violence or harm to fix them. I sincerely apologize for my (behaviour) and I only ask for a second chance.”
El Bahnasawy also used the letter to outline his struggles with addiction and mental illness, including several trips into hospital psychiatric wards and rehab centres. He said he spent a month in a psych ward in Kuwait, and eight months in rehab in Egypt. Court records show he also spent time at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto.
“I want to experience life away from drugs and away from war and violence,” he wrote.
He wrote that he wondered where he would be if anyone who knew about his plans had encouraged him to find a more productive way to fight the injustice he saw in the world.
The young man’s lawyers, in a submission included in the package with the letter, requested the judge impose a sentence “no greater than necessary to comply with (the law).”
They suggested that his release might coincide with “the onset of Abdulrahman’s mid-twenties when his cognitive development will be complete.”
El Bahnasawy’s sentencing hearing is scheduled for April 9.
Canadian who admitted to plotting terrorist attacks asks for
 
spaminator
#584
Scary Spice: Ex showed daughter ‘ISIS beheading’ videos | Toronto Sun

Sickening ISIS video shows boy, 4, shooting prisoner in the head
Brad Hunter
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Published:
March 5, 2018
Updated:
March 5, 2018 5:44 PM EST
A little boy -- estimated to be about 4-years-old -- executes an ISIS prisoner.
A deranged new video from Islamic State shows children as young as four murdering prisoners.
The shocking video first emerged in late 2017, but according to the Daily Mail, the death cult has re-released it to ignite its lost fervour.
A little boy — estimated to be about 4-years-old — executes an ISIS prisoner.
It shows one boy — estimated to be about four-years-old — playing with plastic balls.
And then he shoots a prisoner in the with a small-calibre handgun.
When he’s finished his grisly handiwork, he fires the gun into the air and shouts “Allahu akbar!”
A little boy — estimated to be about 4-years-old — executes an ISIS prisoner. Afterwards, he shouts, ‘Allahu Akbar’.
The tiny terrorist — dressed in his wee all-black ISIS ensemble — orders a 10-year-old to behead another prisoner. He makes the throat-slashing gesture.
The older boy then beheads the terrified prisoner.
Another child, about seven, jumps off a merry-go-round, grabs a knife and beheads another prisoner. Blood spurts onto the ride.
The terror toddler then orders an older boy to behead an Islamic State prisoner.
Meanwhile, a Fagin-like ISIS operative who planned a bloody blitz targeting gay nightclubs in London has a secret.
Terror teacher Umar Haque, 25, was a frequent flier looking for transgender prostitutes, The U.K. Sun reports.
Haque’s bizarre scheme — in typical ISIS fashion — called for the creation of a death squad made up of brainwashed junior jihadis.
When cops questioned him, he allegedly exploded in a rage about “mass fornication and illicit behaviour.”
Umar Haque was convicted of plotting terrorist acts in London. Among his targets were gay nightclubs. Ironically, a computer search revealed he had a penchant for transgender prostitutes. METROPOLITAN POLICE
But when asked about his sexual predilections, he turned ashen.
“He was shaken to the core by the questions around transsexual prostitutes,” a British detective told the tabloid. “It appears to show him as a complete hypocrite.’’
Haque — a religious studies teacher — was arrested last May and convicted of planning terror attacks last Friday in London.
But investigators were alarmed that he had come into contact with more than 100 children whom he bombarded with ISIS propaganda videos. Haque went so far as to have the children reenact Islamic State executions and attacks.
“It’s better than the nonsense you guys are teaching children,” he told cops.
Many of the children were so juiced on jihad they needed to be deradicalized.
Detectives said his bloodlust was spurred by the Westminster Bridge attack.
“Gay clubs, definitely,” he told cops of his targets, adding he also wanted to hit Tower Bridge and Heathrow Airport.
“I don’t like Britain,” the jihadi sniffed.

Sickening ISIS video shows boy, 4, shooting prisoner in the head | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#585
ISIS' rape victims 'were like living corpses': UN
Associated Press
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Published:
March 9, 2018
Updated:
March 9, 2018 10:17 PM EST
A member of the Iraqi forces walks past a mural bearing the logo of the ISIS group on March 1, 2017, in the village of Albu Sayf, on the southern outskirts of Mosul. (AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)
By Edith M. Lederer, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The U.N. envoy for sexual violence in conflict who just returned from Iraq said Friday she found “a gross lack” of support for women and girls who were raped and forced into sexual slavery by Islamic State extremists, and survivors she met “were like living corpses.”
Pramila Patten said the survivors were released early this year and told her they are confined to camps because of the double stigma of being victims of sexual violence and sexual slavery, and of being associated with IS — and fear of being perceived as an affiliate of the militant group.
“Some also expressed a fear of being detained,” she told a news conference Friday. “So they are very much confined, including by their parents. They are not stepping out of their camp and have not had an opportunity to avail themselves of even the limited psycho-social support that there is inside the camp.”
Patten, who visited Iraq from Feb. 26-March 5, said many women who remain displaced expressed serious concerns for their safety if they return home and shared their fear of reprisals.
She said she met with all religious leaders, and while “they show a lot of empathy toward the women returning” she was told that Turkmen women will be rejected by their community. And she said Yazidi women, who have historically been subjected to persecution, expressed a wish to leave Iraq.
During a lightning charge in June 2014, IS fighters took over Iraq’s second-largest city, Mosul, and nearly a third of the country, plunging it into the most severe crisis since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003. Mosul was liberated last July, and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared an end to the Islamic States’ self-styled caliphate.
But Patten said the impact of the conflict and IS occupation is impacting not only the women but their children.
She said provincial authorities in Mosul told her women who were raped and held as sex slaves have abandoned their children born to IS fighters. As a result, she said, the authorities have had to set up orphanages for “thousands of children.”
Patten said she will be seeking more information about the orphans, who are from all religious faiths — Turkmen, Shiite, and Yazidi.
In talks with prime minister Abadi and regional and provincial officials, she said it was essential to shift “the stigma from the victims to the perpetrators.”
Despite all humanitarian efforts, Patten said, “I find a gross lack of both physical and mental health, psycho-social support, and especially in the quality of the psycho-social support that is required by survivors of sexual violence.”
“There is a need for very specialized service, which I think is simply not there,” she said.
In her meetings, Patten said she also called for a scaling-up of medical, mental health and psychological services and economic opportunities for victims of sexual violence.
Patten said she also relayed to government officials a strong message from survivors to step up efforts to free those still in captivity and locate the missing.
According to officials dealing with genocide and religious leaders, she said, 3,154 Yazidis are missing including 1,471 women and girls — and 1,200 Turkmen are missing including 600 women and 250 children.
ISIS’ rape victims ‘were like living corpses’: UN | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#586
Iraqi courts sending 300 ISIS fanatics to the gallows
Brad Hunter
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Published:
April 19, 2018
Updated:
April 19, 2018 1:10 PM EDT
Suspected Islamic State members sit inside a small room in a prison south of Mosul, Tuesday, July 18, 2017. Hundreds of suspected Islamic State members swept up by Iraqi forces in Mosul are being held in a cramped and stifling prison just outside the city. (AP Photo/Bram Janssen)
Justice will look more like the end of a rope than a virgin-packed paradise for more than 300 ISIS fanatics.
Hundreds of male and female jihadis reportedly have been sentenced to death by Iraqi courts.
Among the doomed are 97 foreign nationals. Another 185 have been sentenced to life in prison by jurists in Baghdad — and that’s just since the start of the year.
The U.K. Sun reports that 11 who were convicted of terrorism charges were executed on Monday.
Citing the newspaper al-Arabiya, the British tabloid said the accused Islamic State zombies are being tried in two courts. One deals with foreign fighters and women, while the other, located near onetime ISIS headquarters Mosul, is dealing with Iraqis.
Most of the death cult’s ladies auxiliary are from Turkey and former Soviet satellite states. A German was sentenced to death in January.
French jihadist Djamila Boutoutaou, 29, was sentenced to life in prison for belonging to the Islamic State. GETTY IMAGES
The Mosul court has been the busiest, with 212 given one-way tickets to the morgue, another 150 sentenced to life in prison, and a further 341 to assorted jail terms.
“It has been proven that they carried out criminal actions at public hearings conducted in accordance with the law during which the convicts’ rights were guaranteed,” Supreme Judicial Council spokesman Abdel Sattar Bayraqdar said.
After bitter battles that raged most of 2017, Iraq finally declared victory over ISIS in December, ultimately obliterating the Islamic State’s so-called caliphate.
According to the United Nations, around 6,000 jihadis are currently on death row.
Latest ISIS poster threatens US President Donald Trump — and Seattle.
Meanwhile, the beleaguered terror group has uttered more bombastic threats. This time, ISIS is doubling down on targeting U.S. President Donald Trump.
Oh, and they’re threatening to burn down Seattle, too.
ISIS spinmasters released a poster of a handcuffed Trump with a gun pointed to his head. Seattle burns in the background.
The warning reads: “Soon the calamities will be in your lands until it is filled with charred skulls.”
Suspected Islamic State members sit inside a small room in a prison south of Mosul, Tuesday, July 18, 2017. Hundreds of suspected Islamic State members swept up by Iraqi forces in Mosul are being held in a cramped and stifling prison just outside the city. (AP Photo/Bram Janssen)
Justice will look more like the end of a rope than a virgin-packed paradise for more than 300 ISIS fanatics.
Hundreds of male and female jihadis reportedly have been sentenced to death by Iraqi courts.
Among the doomed are 97 foreign nationals. Another 185 have been sentenced to life in prison by jurists in Baghdad — and that’s just since the start of the year.
The U.K. Sun reports that 11 who were convicted of terrorism charges were executed on Monday.
Citing the newspaper al-Arabiya, the British tabloid said the accused Islamic State zombies are being tried in two courts. One deals with foreign fighters and women, while the other, located near onetime ISIS headquarters Mosul, is dealing with Iraqis.
Most of the death cult’s ladies auxiliary are from Turkey and former Soviet satellite states. A German was sentenced to death in January.
French jihadist Djamila Boutoutaou, 29, was sentenced to life in prison for belonging to the Islamic State. GETTY IMAGES
The Mosul court has been the busiest, with 212 given one-way tickets to the morgue, another 150 sentenced to life in prison, and a further 341 to assorted jail terms.
“It has been proven that they carried out criminal actions at public hearings conducted in accordance with the law during which the convicts’ rights were guaranteed,” Supreme Judicial Council spokesman Abdel Sattar Bayraqdar said.
After bitter battles that raged most of 2017, Iraq finally declared victory over ISIS in December, ultimately obliterating the Islamic State’s so-called caliphate.
According to the United Nations, around 6,000 jihadis are currently on death row.
Latest ISIS poster threatens US President Donald Trump — and Seattle.
Meanwhile, the beleaguered terror group has uttered more bombastic threats. This time, ISIS is doubling down on targeting U.S. President Donald Trump.
Oh, and they’re threatening to burn down Seattle, too.
ISIS spinmasters released a poster of a handcuffed Trump with a gun pointed to his head. Seattle burns in the background.
The warning reads: “Soon the calamities will be in your lands until it is filled with charred skulls.”
Iraqi courts sending 300 ISIS fanatics to the gallows | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#587
ISIS BLOOPERS?: Seized footage shows terrorists fighting, tumbling
Postmedia News
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Published:
April 26, 2018
Updated:
April 26, 2018 3:37 PM EDT
Footage obtained by US. military reportedly shows ISIS soldiers in training, including some ill-timed leapfrogging. (YouTube/Defense Flash News)
Even ISIS fighters have off days. It’s even better when it’s caught on film.
According to the Daily Mail, videos reportedly seized by U.S. military stationed in Afghanistan in March included four minutes of footage the terrorist group didn’t want anyone to see.
Considered a blooper reel of sorts, the video showed masked ISIS soldiers training by performing poorly timed leap-frogs, bunny hopping and pushups.
In another clip, masked soldiers can be seen pointing and talking to an out of view camera in an attempt to record propaganda. The men had to do several retakes after one of the talking heads flubs his lines while his peers can be seen training and waving ISIS flags the background.
There’s also footage of militants walking up some rocky hills. Unfortunately, one of the jihadis missteps and slips, tumbling down the mountainside with gun in hand.
According to military newspaper Stars and Stripes, the humourous ISIS compilation was released by U.S. Special Operation Forces to undermine the terrorist group’s dark and violent reputation.
The news outlet reported the comical footage was obtained from hours of propaganda materials found during a raid of the Darzab district in Afghanistan’s Jowzjan province. The video looked similar to footage released by ISIS in November 2015.
The outtakes may have been part of the creation of an ISIS recruitment video.
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ISIS 'blooper video' show terrorists falling over in propaganda | Daily Mail Online
http://stripes.com/news/isis-fighter...ideos-1.523904
ISIS BLOOPERS?: Seized footage shows terrorists fighting, tumbling | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#588
Servers used by ISIS propaganda sites seized in Canada, Europe, U.S.
Associated Press
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Published:
April 27, 2018
Updated:
April 27, 2018 1:41 PM EDT
In this Jan.23 2018 file photo, a French solider watches code lines on his computer at the French Defense ministry stand during the International Cybersecurity forum in Lille, northern France. Michel Spingler / AP
PARIS — Police in Europe, the United States and Canada have seized servers and data from Islamic State propaganda outlets in a multi-country operation aimed at tracking down radicals and crimping the group’s ability to spread its violent message.
The two-day operation was the culmination of efforts started in late 2015, after co-ordinated IS attacks that killed 130 people in Paris, according to a statement from European police agency Europol.
Police notably targeted the IS-branded Aamaq news agency, as well as al-Bayan radio, and Halumu and Nasher news sites.
Aamaq spreads information online in at least nine languages and has been used to claim IS was behind attacks in multiple countries, from the 2016 nightclub attack in Florida to a deadly supermarket hostage-taking in southern France last month.
The operation was led by Belgian prosecutors and also involved authorities in the U.S., Canada, Britain, France, the Netherlands, Bulgaria and Romania.
Canadian officials were saying little Friday.
“Terrorist organizations like Daesh continue to use the internet to recruit new members and radicalize people to their violent ideology,” said Dan Brien, a spokesman for Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, using the Arabic name for the Islamic State group.
“Identifying and removing this material is a priority for law enforcement agencies around the world. As this relates to an ongoing law enforcement operation, it would be inappropriate for me to comment further.”
While Europol said the operation “punched a big hole in the capability of IS to spread propaganda online and radicalize young people in Europe,” it didn’t shut down the propaganda altogether.
For example, Nasher continued to share IS statements and Aamaq reports Friday through channels on encrypted messaging network Telegram.
The Islamic State group has used sophisticated and ever-changing communications tools to spread its apocalyptic message to disillusioned Muslims living in the West, to persuade them to reject Western ideals of pluralism and tolerance. High-quality videos, complete with thrumming beats and slick editing techniques, have unlimited reach thanks to social networks. Extremists with gentle American accents narrate radio broadcasts aimed at U.S. internet users.
European authorities involved in the operation Wednesday and Thursday said it showed the importance of international co-operation in fighting online radicalization, which has helped fuel deadly attacks in multiple countries in Europe and the U.S.
It aimed “to destabilize this apparatus by seizing and dismantling servers used to diffuse IS propaganda and to identify and arrest its administrators,” the Belgian public prosecutor’s office said.
Two prior international police operations, notably targeting Aamaq’s mobile app and web infrastructure, paved the way for this week’s raids. One led by Spain’s Civil Guard that seized servers in Panama allowed authorities to identify radicals in 133 countries via their interaction with IS propaganda, according to Europol and a Civil Guard statement.
The operation came as more than 70 countries vowed to bolster efforts to stop financing for IS and al-Qaida. Participants at an international conference in Paris on Thursday promised to improve international co-ordination and transparency of money flows.
Servers used by ISIS propaganda sites seized in Canada, Europe, U.S. | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
+1
#589
Canadian ISIS executioner who admitted to killings on podcast has Conservatives worried | Toronto Sun

Tories seek action against self-described ISIS fighter living in Toronto | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
+1
#590
EDITORIAL: The ISIS terrorists in our midst | Toronto Sun
 
Yo0
#591
Surelly as well as knowledge. ISIS will miss they victimivism in both Syria and Iraq then they want to break in Libya or arms in reserve force in the real terrorists of Tunisia with Sharia laws for 2018 and 2017 and up in age.

Why not ISIS in reserves in Tunisia's troops with 150,000 terrorist troops.

I know 150,000 in military of Tunisia's reserves are funny.

I prefer terrorism before the United States if they got Tunisia's military reserve unity.
 
spaminator
#592
ISIS threatens to behead Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo at World Cup in gruesome image | Toronto Sun
 
EagleSmack
#593
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminator View Post

ISIS threatens to behead Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo at World Cup in gruesome image | Toronto Sun

Who do they think they are... Kathy Griffin?!?!

Quote: Originally Posted by Yo0 View Post


I know 150,000 in military of Tunisia's reserves are funny.

Funny how? Funny like a clown? They amuse you? They make you laugh? How are they funny?
 
spaminator
#594
Boston cop’s son pleads guilty to terrorist bomb plot | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#595
ISIS bride facing rope: 'I thought I married a rapper'
Brad Hunter
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Published:
May 22, 2018
Updated:
May 22, 2018 1:49 PM EDT
French ISIS bride Djamila Boutoutao, 29, begs an Iraqi court for her life. So far, 40 jihadi brides have been executed in the country. GETTY IMAGES
These gallows-bound brides are probably wishing they were bridesmaids.
Dozens of foreign women who married ISIS extremists face being sentenced to death daily, and a vengeful Iraq isn’t wasting any time in delivering justice to the terror fangirls.
According to the U.K. Sun, each woman is given just 10 minutes to desperately plead for their lives before judges decide their fate.
But after three years of ISIS-led horror, the judges may be in no mood for mercy.
Goodbye, Mr. Bomb. Convicted Belgian ISIS member Tarik Jadaoun, known by his nom de guerre Abu Hamza al-Beljiki, was sentenced to death. GETTY IMAGES
Widely despised in the war-ravaged country for backing their jihadi hubbies, the ISIS ladies auxiliary are conjuring up a wide array of excuses and alibis before the court.
French citizen Djamila Boutoutao, 29, appeared dumbfounded as to what was going on.
“I thought I had married a rapper,” she told the court. “It was only when we arrived in Turkey for a week-long ‘holiday’ that I discovered my husband was a jihadist.”
She added: “I’m a victim. My husband beat me and locked me up in a cave with my children when I refused to follow him (to Iraq).”
According to The Guardian, there are an estimated 40,000 foreigners — including 1,900 French citizens — who skipped away to live in the now obliterated ISIS caliphate.
This gaggle of Russian ISIS brides have all been sentenced to life in prison. GETTY IMAGES
Boutoutao says she’s not getting a lot of information, help or sympathy.
“I’m going mad here. I’m facing a death sentence or life in prison. No one tells me anything, not the ambassador, not people in prison,” she told the judges.
“Don’t let them take my daughter away. I am willing to offer money if you can contact my parents. Please get me out of here.”
So far, the British newspaper estimates at least 40 women have been sent to the gallows out of a total of 300 ISIS-linked executions.
But all is not lost. Last month in a Baghdad court, 19 Russian women were spared the rope and given life sentences instead for “joining and supporting” the death cult.
Al Jazeera reports that more than 20,000 have been detained and are rotting away in Iraqi jails.
http://thesun.co.uk/news/6348263/ira...minute-hearing
http://theguardian.com/world/2018/ma...-women-of-isis
http://aljazeera.com/news/2018/04/ir...143235839.html
ISIS bride facing rope: ‘I thought I married a rapper’ | Toronto Sun
 
Danbones
#596
While the US and Israel support Isis, Iran is killing them off and they are the bad guys?

I betcha all the christians killed by Isis must HATE people who think like that .

Israel ‘giving secret aid to Syrian rebels’, report says
Direct funding, food, fuel and medical supplies allegedly provided by Israeli state to keep Isis and Iranian-allied forces in neighbouring civil war at bay
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...-a7797151.html

Israel Reportedly Providing Direct Aid, Funding to Syrian Rebels
It's been known that Israeli hospitals have treated wounded Syrian fighters, but Wall Street Journal report uncovers direct support in cash, without which fighters say they 'wouldn't have survived'
https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/...bels-1.5485794

We finally know what Hillary Clinton knew all along – US allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar are funding Isis
There is a bizarre discontinuity between what the Obama administration knew about the jihadis and what they would say in public
https://www.independent.co.uk/voices...-a7362071.html

US and Saudi Arabia arms significantly enhanced Isis’ military capabilities, report reveals
Number of US and Saudi supplied weapons in Isis’ hands goes 'far beyond those that would have been available through battle capture alone'
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...-a8112076.html


While Israel takes US christian tax dollars illegally because they never signed the NNPT, and have nuclear weapons, so all the aid they get from the US is a Welfare CRIME.

ISIS Kills 29 Christians on Church Bus Trip to Popular Monastery
https://www.christianitytoday.com/ne...ery-minya.html

Iraq's Christians persecuted by ISIS
More than 125,000 of Iraq's Christians have been forced to flee the homeland they have lived in for nearly 2,000 years because of ISIS violence and threats
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/iraq-ch...is-60-minutes/
Last edited by Danbones; May 23rd, 2018 at 06:15 AM..
 
spaminator
#597
Alleged IS supporter accused of urging Prince George attack
Associated Press
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Published:
May 23, 2018
Updated:
May 23, 2018 8:02 AM EDT
Court artist sketch by Elizabeth Cook of Husnain Rashid in the dock at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London, Wednesday Dec. 6, 2017 where he appeared accused of helping would-be terrorists prepare attacks, including by sharing a photo of Prince George and his school address on social media. (Elizabeth Cook/PA via AP)
LONDON — An alleged supporter of the Islamic State group is on trial in Britain accused of encouraging attacks on 4-year-old Prince George.
Prosecutors say 32-year-old Husnain Rashid provided an “e-toolkit for terrorism” on an online channel he ran under the name the Lone Mujahid.
Prosecutor Annabel Darlow told a jury Wednesday that Rashid encouraged attacks on a range of targets, including “injecting poison into supermarket ice creams and targeting Prince George at his first school.”
Prosecutors say one post included a photo of the prince, his school’s address, a silhouette of a jihadi fighter and the message “even the royal family will not be left alone.”
Rashid denies preparing terrorist acts, encouraging terrorism and disseminating a terrorist publication.
His trial at London’s Woolwich Crown Court is expected to last six weeks.
Alleged IS supporter accused of urging Prince George attack | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#598
Alleged ISIS supporter pleads guilty to terror charges for encouraging ‘lone wolf’ attacks on Prince George | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#599
ISIS teen bride convicted of U.K. terror charges | Toronto Sun
 
spaminator
#600
ISIS nutbars turn to iTunes cards to raise cash | Toronto Sun
 

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