Category Archives: Islamic State

Yazidi sex slave unwittingly ATE her one-year-old son after ISIS fanatics COOKED the child and served it with rice

A Yazidi sex slave unwittingly ate her one-year-old son after ISIS fanatics cooked the child and served it with rice after starving her for three days, an Iraqi politician claims.

The starving woman had been kept captive in a cellar for days without food or water before she was tricked by her evil guards, according to MP Vian Dakhill.

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ISIS fighters are given ‘passports to paradise’

Justin will likely recognize these and authorize holders for immediate entry to Canada and automatic membership in the Liberal Party.

ISIS militants have been issuing ‘passports to heaven’ to encourage members to carry out suicide attacks and keep control of its self-declared capital, Raqqa.

Copies of the passports were discovered by Syrian Defence Forces in newly liberated neighbourhoods of the northern Syrian city, and photos of the documents were posted to social media.

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Even If ISIS Goes Down Soon, It Probably Won’t Stay Down Long

Many argue that ISIS is close to death. But whatever happens in Raqqa, ISIS’s cause will live on.

Three years after it emerged, the Islamic State is said to be on the road to defeat. In recent months, ISIS has suffered stinging reverses. This week, with its grip over Mosul being pried off by the Iraqi army, ISIS destroyed the al-Nuri mosque where Omar al-Baghdadi declared the caliphate in June 2014.

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At three, she was stolen by ISIL and sold as a slave. Her family bought her for $12K

Dohuk, Iraq–Hanzad Morat was only three when she was kidnapped by Islamic State. By the time she was released back to her family, two and half years later, she could not remember her own name or native language.

Speaking from a refugee camp in Duhok, the northern Kurdistan region of Iraq, the newly freed six-year-old Yazidi recalls the day Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants captured her family, separated them and sent them to their fates.

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ISIS group urges fanatics to carry out more lone-wolf and vehicle attacks ‘without mercy’ in the West in twisted posters showing a car crushing skulls

Sick ISIS propagandists have called for more lone-wolf and vehicle attacks on the West in the final days of Ramadan.

The pro-jihadi Nashir News Agency published an image showing a car running over skulls along with the caption ‘run them over without mercy’.

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Rival groups vie for supremacy as fight against Isis reaches tipping point

Iraqi forces have advanced to the base of the toppled minaret of Mosul’s Great Mosque of al-Nuri, hours after it was destroyed by Islamic State militants, as the bitter eight-month battle to recapture the city reached a tipping point.

The destruction of the mosque marked a pivotal moment in the war against Isis, which declared its now withered caliphate from there three years ago. The terror group’s wanton act of sabotage was widely seen as a harbinger of its imminent defeat.

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Islamic State Jihadist: ‘Dozens of Our Brothers Successfully Returned to Europe

TEL AVIV, Israel — Dozens of Islamic State members have successfully “returned” to Europe and are poised to carry out attacks in the future, a Gaza-based jihadist who formerly fought in the Islamic State terrorist group claimed during a phone interview.

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ISIS Losing the Battle but Winning the War

The Islamic State is crumbling — if too slowly. More than two years have passed since French President François Hollande promised, “We will bomb Raqqa”. Sooner or later, ISIS will probably be reduced to a small enclave with no territorial continuity, and its chief, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, will be eliminated. It would, nevertheless, be most dangerous to dismiss these three years as a short parenthesis: Nazism did not last as long: “just” 12 years in power and five at war with the rest of Europe. The physical and cultural consequences of the Nazi tyranny are, unfortunately, still visible in Europe. The same will be said of the Islamic State. Three years of terror and conquests are not bad in for a war between the Caliphate vs. everyone else.

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Unknown attackers break Islamic State’s “crocodile jaws” in Kirkuk

Hawija (IraqiNews.com) Unknown assailants have badly wounded an Islamic State female vigilante in southwestern Kirkuk in an apparent revenge for abuses against civilians by the group’s religious observants.

A local source told Alsumaria News on Wednesday that unknown attackers broke the teeth of one of Islamic State’s “biters” in Hawija, the group’s major stronghold in southwestern Kirkuk.

Islamic State militants had appointed a women vigilantism division whose members would brutally bite the hands of civilian females who violated the group’s extremist modesty code.

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ISIS seizes territory around once-Bin Laden stronghold Tora Bora in Afghanistan

Islamic State fighters have moved to capture a giant cave stronghold from the Taliban that was once Osama bin Laden’s hideout back in the early 2000s, Afghan officials have said. The complex, called Tora Bora, still has strategic and symbolic importance.

Islamic State claims its militants have already captured Tora Bora, AP reported. An audio message broadcast on the jihadists’ Radio Khilafat late on Wednesday claimed that the battle is over. 

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ISIS Burns 19 Yazidi Girls To Death in Cages For Refusing Sex Slavery

Don’t count on an American feminist march.

ISIS is Sharia-compliant in the most literal sense. Its fighters are following the example of Muhammad himself, the warrior prophet of Islam who captured slaves in battle and had sex with them. As the prophet was entitled to take advantage of such fruits of battle according to the Koran, so ISIS believes its fighters are entitled as well. Thus, these savages thought nothing of burning 19 Yazidi girls to death in iron cages after the girls had the temerity to resist having sex with their captors. This atrocity was said by local activists to have taken place recently in the Iraqi city of Mosul, which has currently become a battlefield between ISIS fighters and anti-ISIS coalition forces. An eyewitness reported that the burnings took place in front of hundreds of people.

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Booby-traps … but no Baghdadi: the men cleaning up after Isis in northern Iraq

ISIS Suicide Belt

At the heart of the town that had sheltered him, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s presence still lurked in ransacked files and ruined buildings. It had been four days since the Islamic State fighters had fled Ba’aj, taking with them all they could as they headed for a last stand in the deserts of Syria. But despite their haste, the fleeing extremists left behind clues to how much this small, forsaken corner of north-western Iraq mattered to the world’s most dangerous terror group, and its fugitive leader.

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Six-year-old girl reunited with family 3 years after ISIS kidnapping

Christina – kidnapped by Muslims

A 6-year old Iraqi Christian girl who was kidnapped by ISIS jihadists almost three years ago has been reunited with her family — and getting used to saying “mum” and “dad” once again.

“The best day of my life is the day when Christina came back,” her mother, Aida Nuh, told Reuters Saturday after Iraqi special forces rescued the girl.

The extremists snatched Christina in August 2014 a few weeks after they overran the town of Qaraqosh about 10 miles southeast of Mosul – a region known as Nineveh Plain.

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Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi still not dead

From ‘caliph’ to fugitive – IS leader Baghdadi’s new life on the run

Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is on the brink of losing the two main centres of his ‘caliphate’ but even though he is on the run, it may take years to capture or kill him, officials and experts said.

Islamic State fighters are close to defeat in the twin capitals of the group’s territory, Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria, and officials say Baghdadi is steering clear of both, hiding in thousands of square miles of desert between the two.

“In the end, he will either be killed or captured, he will not be able to remain underground forever,” said Lahur Talabany, the head of counter-terrorism at the Kurdistan Regional Government, the Kurdish autonomous region in northern Iraq. “But this is a few years away still,” he told Reuters.

Those weekend reports seem more doubtful by the minute. Sad.

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