Category Archives: ISIS

Australian PM says Melbourne siege ‘a terrorist attack’

Yacqub Khayre walks from a court appearance in Melbourne, Australia in this December 23, 2010 picture. Police on June 5, 2017, shot dead Yacqub Khayre after he held a woman hostage inside an apartment building in Melbourne. Picture taken December 23, 2010. AAP/Julian Smith/via REUTERS

Senior officials confirmed that Khayre had been acquitted of a plot to attack a Sydney army base in 2009 and was on parole for a violent home invasion at the time of Monday’s siege.

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ISIS thugs in the Philippines film sacrilegious rampage as they smash statues, tear up pictures of the Pope then TORCH a Catholic Church in Marawi

The jihadis topple a crucifix in a Catholic church in the Philippine city of Marawi

ISIS militants have gone a sacrilegious rampage, smashing statues and setting fire to a church building  in footage purportedly filmed in a besieged city in the southern Philippines.

The jihadis gleefully topple crucifixes, stamp on posters of Pope Francis and destroy effigies in the church, believed to be located in the city of Marawi, southern Philippines.

The video was first published by ISIS’s Amaq News Agency.

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ISIS Newspaper Days Before London Bridge: New UK Attack ‘Definitely Coming’

The latest issue of the Islamic State’s weekly newspaper al-Naba released two days ago warned that another terrorist attack in Britain was “definitely coming.”

Al-Naba, a 16-page color newsletter, is distributed within ISIS territory but is also posted and distributed online via the usual ISIS mediums such as Telegram and social media.

Britain, said an article within the newsletter titled “Blessed Battle of Manchester: A new lesson for tyrants, Crusader States,” thought it “was safe from the wounds of the Mujahideen.”

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Civilians Killed Fleeing Mosul

What a pack of cowards ISIS is:

The bodies of dozens of civilians killed in the past two days while fleeing an Islamic State-held neighborhood in Mosul lay on Saturday in a street close to the frontline with Iraqi armed forces, a Reuters TV crew reported.

The dead included men, women and children. Bags in which they had carried their belongings were strewn around the road leading out of the Zanjili district, one of three still in the hands of Islamic State in Mosul.

“Over the past two days ISIS has been shooting people escaping this area,” said Dave Eubank from the Free Burma Rangers relief association, referring to Islamic State, speaking from a building overlooking the frontline in Zanjili.

“I saw over 50 dead bodies yesterday, we worked with the Americans to get smoke and an Iraqi tank, and followed behind them and we rescued one little girl and one man,” he told Reuters. “But there are still more.”

Hundreds of others managed to reach the government lines, some wounded and some carrying apparently dead bodies in blankets, crying and shouting. A man carried an unconscious child.

 

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The Muslim Brotherhood Connection: ISIS, “Lady al Qaeda,” and the Muslim Students Association

“It should be the long-term goal of every MSA [Muslim Students Association] to Islamicize the politics of their respective university … the politicization of the MSA means to make the MSA more of a force on internal campus politics. The MSA needs to be a more ‘in-your-face’ association.” — Hussein Hamdani, a lawyer who served as an adviser on Muslim issues and security for the Canadian government.

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CCTV shows moment Isil car bomb detonates near popular ice cream shop in Baghdad

Two car bombs killed at least 14 people and wounded 50 others in streets packed with crowds preparing for the Ramadan fast early on Tuesday, security sources said.

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the first blast just after midnight (2100 GMT Monday) that killed at least 13 people and wounded 40 in the commercial Karrada district.

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ISIS jihadis are roaming free after returning to Australia because frustrated authorities ‘aren’t being given the evidence to jail them’ by Iraq and Syria

Only two people have been prosecuted under Australia’s foreign fighters laws even though more than 40 ISIS jihadis have returned from overseas war zones.

Authorities are reportedly being hampered by a lack of evidence to proceed to prosecution, leaving most of those who fought alongside ISIS in Syria and Iraq in the past five years to walk free back in Australia.

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