Isis

Can we combine all the ISIS threads please.

  • Yes

    Votes: 14 46.7%
  • Why of course

    Votes: 5 16.7%
  • Yep

    Votes: 3 10.0%
  • Well I mean really, yes

    Votes: 8 26.7%

  • Total voters
    30

DaSleeper

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This Day in History






On This Day...
Mar 04, 2018: Barawa, Somalia
A mother-of-two and her cousin are beheaded by Religion
of Peace activists for being Christian: 2 Killed
 

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Two more for supper and add some names to 'the list'.

2Th:1:6-9:
Seeing it is a righteous thing with God to recompense tribulation to them that trouble you;
And to you who are troubled rest with us,
when the Lord Jesus shall be revealed from heaven with his mighty angels,
In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God,
and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ:
Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord,
and from the glory of his power;
Ec:3:20:
All go unto one place;
all are of the dust,
and all turn to dust again.
Ec:12:7:
Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was:
and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it.

You aren't Christian so why are you their champion now?? You are an anti-chirst, there is no kind way to say that.

1Pe:4:15:
But let none of you suffer as a murderer,
or as a thief,
or as an evildoer,
or as a busybody in other men's matters.
 

DaSleeper

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Immigrants behind three out of four violent crimes
TV 2 has gone through all the verdicts in which a person was convicted of serious bodily injury and gross bodily harm in Oslo, from the beginning of 2018 until today.
A total of 140 people have been sentenced in the past year.
Among the verdicts we find people who have carried out stabbings, beatings and abuse.
We also find victims who have suffered lifelong injuries, deep cuts and cranial fractures. It has been revealed that in one third of the verdicts either a knife, glass or bottle was used.
 

spaminator

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Suspected Islamic State members surrender in Syria, signs militant group wearing down
Associated Press
Published:
March 7, 2019
Updated:
March 7, 2019 2:35 PM EST
Men, women and children ride in a truck after being evacuated out of the last territory held by Islamic State militants outside Baghouz, Syria, Wednesday, March 6, 2019.Andrea Rosa / AP Photo
OUTSIDE BAGHOUZ, Syria — Suspected Islamic State group members, including foreign fighters, sat in a long line in a field of bright yellow flowers, exhausted and hunched over as they were questioned and searched Thursday by U.S.-led coalition members and Kurdish fighters. They were the latest group to surrender from the besieged final pocket of Syrian territory held by the militant group.
Unlike previous days when hundreds of families emerged from the IS-held Baghouz village, the evacuees included dozens of fighting-age men, some of them wounded and limping on crutches days after U.S.-backed forces pounded the area.
Armed coalition fighters encircled the line of men, whose heads were bowed to the ground, to screen them. Separately, Kurdish fighters of the Syria Democratic Forces searched them for weapons and information.
The men were separated into three groups — Syrians, Iraqis and other nationalities. The SDF has besieged Baghouz since September, but the fight has been slowed because of the enormous number of civilians who have surfaced in the tiny shred of territory on the banks of the Euphrates River in eastern Syria — well over 10,000 have filtered out over the past two weeks.
The surrender of dozens of men Thursday could be a sign that the IS fighters inside are starting to wear down. But it is not known how many militants remain and SDF officials say they expect there are still hundreds inside vowing to fight. The territorial defeat of IS, which once presided over a self-proclaimed Islamic caliphate that straddled huge areas of Iraq and Syria, would be a milestone in the devastating four-year global campaign to crush the group.
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But IS militants have scattered in the vast desert between the two countries and sleeper cells continue to stage guerrilla-style attacks. The top U.S. commander for the Mideast said Thursday that unless the group and its ideology are handled properly, IS will sow the seeds of future violent extremism.
“What we are seeing now is not the surrender of (IS) as an organization but a calculated decision to preserve the safety of their families and preservation of their capabilities,” said Gen. Joseph Votel, adding that the insurgents are going underground in remote areas, “waiting for the right time to resurge.”
Votel’s assessment provides a reality check to President Donald Trump’s repeated assertion in recent weeks that IS has been defeated and lost 100 per cent of its “caliphate,” which once covered a vast territory straddling Syria and Iraq. Votel said the fight against IS and violent extremism is far from over.
On Wednesday night, seven Yazidis including two women, arrived at the SDF-controlled side. One of them identified herself as Israa, 20, and said she was sold as a sex slave to 10 different men.
Many Yazidis, followers of a minority faith, are still missing five years after IS militants stormed Yazidi towns and villages in Iraq’s Sinjar region and abducted women and children. Women were forced into sexual slavery and boys were taken to be indoctrinated in jihadi ideology.
On Thursday, the two Yazidi women — Israa, 20, and Adiba Murad, 21 — took off their veils and burned them in front of women fighters of the Women’s Protection Units, or YPJ, that is part of the SDF.
With the latest evacuations, hundreds of IS fighters, Syrians and foreigners have surrendered or been captured. They are in addition to about 1,000 foreign fighters the SDF has been holding. Hundreds of Iraqi fighters and some French IS members have been handed over to Baghdad by the SDF.
A woman carries her child at a reception area for people evacuated from the last shred of territory held by Islamic State militants, outside Baghouz, Syria, on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Gabriel Chaim / AP Photo
Last month, Iraq’s President Barham Saleh said that all IS militants who committed crimes against Iraq will be put on trial, including 13 suspected French militants who have been transferred to Iraq from Syria.
In Brussels on Thursday, Sweden floated the idea of an international tribunal to try foreign fighters who have fought alongside IS in Syria.
Swedish Justice Minister Morgan Johansson said he sees “great advantages to be able to convict those who have committed crimes” in connection with the fighting.
“Here is a situation where I believe we can use the same model” as international tribunals that investigated atrocities in Rwanda and Yugoslavia, he told reporters after a meeting of the European Union’s Justice and Home Affairs Council.
http://torontosun.com/news/world/su...er-in-syria-signs-militant-group-wearing-down
 

taxslave

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On global news this morning they interviewed and ISIS woman that said Isis as a group may be dead but the concept is alive and will be brought to other countries.
 

Curious Cdn

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On global news this morning they interviewed and ISIS woman that said Isis as a group may be dead but the concept is alive and will be brought to other countries.
That's why they want us to take them back. ISIS isn't defeated. They are disbursing..
 

spaminator

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ISIS bride's baby dies in Syria; U.K. official criticized
Associated Press
Published:
March 9, 2019
Updated:
March 9, 2019 1:23 PM EDT
This undated photo issued by the Metropolitan Police shows Shamima Begum.Metropolitan Police via AP
LONDON — British Home Secretary Sajid Javid faced criticism Saturday after the death of a U.K. teenager’s baby in a Syrian camp.
Shamima Begum, who had left London as a 15-year-old in 2015 to join the Islamic State group, had pleaded with British authorities before her baby was born to let her return to Britain to raise the child.
But Javid revoked her passport, saying Begum hadn’t shown any remorse. The teen had told newspaper reporters she didn’t have a problem with IS actions, including the beheading of captives.
Dutch husband of ISIS bride Shamima Begum wants to take her home
U.K. plans to strip ISIS teen bride of citizenship: Lawyer
Begum’s infant son died Friday. Begum’s family said the boy appeared to be in good health when he was born on Feb. 17. No clear cause of death has yet been given, but reports suggested he was having respiratory problems.
Fellow Conservative Party lawmaker Phillip Lee said Saturday he was “deeply concerned” by Javid’s handling of the case, suggesting he had taken a hard line in order to please populists.
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He said it was clear 19-year-old Begum “holds abhorrent views,” but called her a child who was a product of British society. Britain had a moral duty to her and to her baby, he said.
In this file photo taken on Feb. 22, 2015 Renu Begum, eldest sister of missing British girl Shamima Begum, holds a picture of her sister while being interviewed by the media in central London. LAURA LEAN / AFP / Getty Images
When Begum first started speaking to reporters more than three weeks ago, she said the first two children she had given birth to since joining the extremist group had died of malnutrition and other ailments. She said she wanted to come home so she didn’t lose another child.
Her predicament sparked a national debate on how the U.K. should handle Britons who had joined the extremists and now seek to return because IS has lost its territory in Syria and Iraq.
The challenge faces other European countries as the final IS stronghold in Syria is on the brink of falling, giving its fighters and their often youthful spouses no place left to hide.
U.S. President Donald Trump weighed in on the matter last month, saying European countries have a responsibility to take back and put on trial about 800 IS fighters who have been captured by U.S.-backed forces in Syria.
Begum is married to a Dutch national who joined IS extremists and has since been taken into custody. He said last week that he wanted to be able to live in the Netherlands with his wife and newborn son, who is now dead.
Kirsty McNeill, a director at Save the Children UK, said Britain should “take responsibility for their citizens” in Syria to prevent further unnecessary losses.
“It is possible the death of this baby boy and others could have been avoided,” she said.
Javid didn’t comment directly on the baby’s death. A government spokesman said “the death of any child is tragic” and reiterated the British government’s advice that citizens avoid travel to Syria.
http://torontosun.com/news/world/isis-brides-baby-dies-in-syria-u-k-official-criticized
 

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Raising kids is for after the war rather than during it. She should have run off to 'a white trailer park' and she would have fit right in and her child would still be alive as would her 4 boyfriends.
 

Curious Cdn

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Raising kids is for after the war rather than during it. She should have run off to 'a white trailer park' and she would have fit right in and her child would still be alive as would her 4 boyfriends.
Personal experience?
 

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With what, running away to join a circus (your path and hers) or growing up in a trailer park? (between two reserves and I would have to plead guilty)
The odds are higher than they should be about whether she killed the baby in order to find a new husband.
 

Curious Cdn

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With what, running away to join a circus (your path and hers) or growing up in a trailer park? (between two reserves and I would have to plead guilty)
The odds are higher than they should be about whether she killed the baby in order to find a new husband.
She shouldn't be allowed to return for the simple reason that she and hers represent a major internal security threat to our civilization.
 

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She shouldn't be allowed to return for the simple reason that she and hers represent a major internal security threat to our civilization.
Let her family go there for the funeral and erase them from the database as well, friends , neighbors, crooks, . . . . Once she make a full confession the family might qualify for jobs helping the returning refugees adjust to the 21st century when poverty is not the only option like it was in the UK.
 

Curious Cdn

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Let her family go there for the funeral and erase them from the database as well, friends , neighbors, crooks, . . . . Once she make a full confession the family might qualify for jobs helping the returning refugees adjust to the 21st century when poverty is not the only option like it was in the UK.
Was she poor in the UK?
 

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Syrian man suspected of Islamic State beheadings held in Hungary
Associated Press
Published:
March 22, 2019
Updated:
March 22, 2019 11:02 AM EDT
This frame grab from video posted online Monday, March 18, 2019, by the Aamaq News Agency, a media arm of the Islamic State group, shows an IS fighter firing his weapon during clashes with the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). (Aamaq News Agency via AP)
BUDAPEST, Hungary — A Syrian man suspected of having taken part in beheadings carried out by the Islamic State in Homs has been taken into custody and questioned by authorities in Hungary.
The 27-year-old, whose name wasn’t released, has refugee status in Greece. He was initially apprehended in December at Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport when he and a female companion were found to have forged personal IDs.
While he was awaiting deportation to Greece, officials discovered, in co-operation with Belgian prosecutors, that the man has been an IS member since 2016.
He is suspected of having taken part in the beheadings of about 20 relatives of a Homs resident who refused to join the extremist group. The killings were meant as revenge and to terrify local residents.
http://torontosun.com/news/world/syrian-man-suspected-of-islamic-state-beheadings-held-in-hungary