by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled | Press Tv
During a recent ‘On-Air’ news report on Sunday 29March2015 from Tikrit, Iraq, Press Tv war correspondent Rahshan Saglam was providing a ‘LIVE’ update when an explosion occurred approximately 150 meters from her position.
The camera technician was able to capture the plume of chlorine gas rising above the explosion from the ISIS fired rocket. It appears ISIS was firing on the hospital in Tikrit.
Correspondent Saglam went on to describe the explosion and the fact that she has witnessed the increased usage of chemical weapons by ISIS militants on the Iraqi citizens.
In the video report below, the chemical weapon explosion occurs at approximately 3min. 15sec.’s
Video courtesy of: Rahshan Saglam & Press Tv
This is not the first time ISIS has used chemical weapons on innocent civilians.
The use of chemical weapons is in direct violation of the Geneva Convention and constitutes a war crime under United Nation protocol. Of which, Iraq is a member state, which permits UN oversight and adherence to the Convention’s resolutions.
The UN must immediately send in investigators and UN Peacekeeping troops to bring a halt to this horrific display of crimes against humanity, investigate these occurrences and bring charges against those responsible.
Muslim terrorists were witnessed ‘..burning people alive and beheading others with chainsaws..’
by, RT | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
Militants from extremist group Boko Haram attacked several Nigerian towns, torching houses and fatally shooting those who fled before reportedly beheading some of the bodies with chainsaws. The string of terror attacks comes amid the presidential vote.
At least 25 people were killed and more than 30 injured in the village of Buratai in Borno state, local officials confirmed.
Surviving witnesses described gruesome scenes of murder, saying that not only did the extremists set homes on fire and shoot those trying to escape, but also decapitated the bodies.
Local politician Ibrahim Adamu, who fled the scene, told CNN that Boko Haram “slaughtered their victims like rams and decapitated them,” adding that “they burned a large part of the village and we are afraid some residents were burnt in the homes because most people had gone to bed when the gunmen struck.”
Meanwhile, at least 14 people were killed in separate attacks by the radical Islamist group in the towns of Biri and Dukku, located in Gombe state. The victims included a legislator, AP reported.
The attacks came after the Nigerian military announced Friday that it had cleared all major centers in the northeast from militants. They also coincide with the country’s presidential election, which Boko Haram had vowed to derail.
Tens of millions took to polling stations on Saturday in Africa’s most populous nation to vote in a closely contested election, with two of the 14 candidates – President Goodluck Jonathan and former military dictator Muhammadu Buhari – being the frontrunners.
Legislators for the 360-seat lower house of the Nigerian parliament are also being elected.
There were reports of attempted bombings attributed to Boko Haram at several polling stations, but those failed to disrupt the voting process and no one was injured.
The elections had been delayed due to a sharp increase in violence in the country, where 20 regions were controlled by Boko Haram extremists at the beginning of the year. On March 17, Nigeria’s army managed to regain control over large swathes of the country’s northeast, making further progress in recent days. Niger-Chad forces assisted in freeing parts of Nigeria’s border areas.
That, however, did not stop the attacks, as the extremists captured more than 500 women and children from the Nigerian town of Damasak, killing at least 50 straight away, according to Tuesday reports.
Last April, nearly 300 schoolgirls were abducted by Boko Haram in the town of Chibok, which caused international outrage and attracted global attention to the group’s six-year insurgency.
Boko Haram recently pledged allegiance to the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) militant group.
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled
There are those on this earth that seek to mislead you, deceive you and convince you with lies.
Our politicians, our media and our political leaders are the best that oil money can buy.
They tell us; ‘..Islam is Peace..’ ‘..al-Qur’an is Peace..’ (and) ‘..Muslims are simply peaceful and loving people that are misunderstood..’ ..over and over and over again..in the hopes that ‘we’ will eventually believe their bullsh*t.
Then, do as the weak minded do and repeat their lies.
Their concerted effort of repetition of a false-narrative is a tool of their deception. A means to an ends. The ends being..our conditioning and desensitization. Our spiritual enslavement and physical subjugation.
The truth is this…
ISIS are the TRUE MUSLIMS on the earth today.
ISIS are the TRUE practitioners of Islam.
ISIS adheres to the COMMANDS of allah in al-Qur’an and Follows in the Way of Muhammad, as outlined in Sunnah al-Hadith, word for word and letter for letter.
Just read the Surah below (Surat Muĥammad 47:4) that is ‘QUOTED’ from al-Qur’an. Compare and contrast these verses with the ACTIONS of ISIS. (In the video below.)
Surat Muĥammad – سورة محمد
‘..So when you meet those who disbelieve in battle, strike their necks until, when you have inflicted slaughter upon them, then secure their bonds, and either confer favor afterwards or ransom them until the war lays down its burdens. That is the command. And if Allah had willed, He could have taken vengeance upon them Himself, but He ordered armed struggle to test some of you by means of others. And those who are killed in the cause of Allah – never will He waste their deeds..’
فَإِذَا لَقِيتُمُ الَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا فَضَرْبَ الرِّقَابِ حَتَّىٰ إِذَا أَثْخَنتُمُوهُمْ فَشُدُّوا الْوَثَاقَ فَإِمَّا مَنًّا بَعْدُ وَإِمَّا فِدَاءً حَتَّىٰ تَضَعَ الْحَرْبُ أَوْزَارَهَا ۚ ذَٰلِكَ وَلَوْ يَشَاءُ اللَّهُ لَانتَصَرَ مِنْهُمْ وَلَٰكِن لِّيَبْلُوَ بَعْضَكُم بِبَعْضٍ ۗ وَالَّذِينَ قُتِلُوا فِي سَبِيلِ اللَّهِ فَلَن يُضِلَّ أَعْمَالَهُمْفإذا لقيتم الذين كفروا فضرب الرقاب حتى إذا أثخنتموهم فشدوا الوثاق فإما منّا بعد وإما فداء حتى تضع الحرب أوزارها ذلك ولو يشاء الله لانتصر منهم ولكن ليبلو بعضكم ببعض والذين قتلوا في سبيل الله فلن يضل أعمالهم
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This latest ISIS video features a line-up of ‘..Child Soldiers..’ exploited by ISIS and contaminated by ISLAM.
ISIS: Strike Their Necks (UnCensored & UnCut)
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We do NOT tell you ‘what’ to think.
We tell you the truth…and allow ‘you’ to think for yourself.
by, Subrata Nagchowdhury | India Express | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
Twelve days after an elderly nun was raped at a convent in Ranaghat in West Bengal’s Nadia district, the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the state police claimed a breakthrough in the case, arresting two suspects — one in Mumbai, and the other in Habra in North 24-Parganas district of West Bengal.
Shaikh Salim, who was arrested in Mumbai, was brought to West Bengal on transit remand and produced before the Ranaghat subdivisional court in the afternoon, where the CID slapped charges of rape, extortion, dacoity and robbery (IPC Sections 376, 395 and 397) on him.
CID officers and legal experts at the court said the charge of rape will have to be substantiated with medical proof and other forensic evidence subsequently.
Video courtesy of: Times Now & Galaxy 11
As per the FIR, there was only one rapist in the gang that broke into the school on the night of March 13-14. Asked if the investigators believed that Shaikh Salim was the individual who had assaulted the 71-year-old Sister Superior, and the CID had, therefore, accused him under Section 376 (rape), DIG Dilip Adak, said, “Everything needs to be corroborated in further investigation when the accused is taken into police custody.”
Adak also declined to confirm whether the arrests on Thursday meant the case had been cracked. “The arrested Shaikh Salim has confessed that he was at the crime scene. It is now to be investigated and verified what role Salim had actually played.”
The DIG said it was also not known why the gang of robbers had physically tortured the septuagenarian nun for over an hour, and left her grievously injured.
Sikandar Shaikh alias Salim was picked up from a jhopar patti on Pirkhana Street in Nagpada, South Mumbai, in the wee hours of Thursday. At 3.05 am, two officers of the West Bengal CID, accompanied by officers of the Mumbai Police Crime Branch, swooped on the home of Salim’s friend, where he was allegedly hiding out.
CID sources said investigators had reached Salim by monitoring mobile phone calls. They had also been tipped off by “sources” about an individual in Nagpada who resembled one of the suspects whose sketches the CID had put out after the crime. Faces of four alleged criminals had been captured clearly by CCTV cameras in the school.
The detectives subsequently released three more sketches based on descriptions provided by the victims at the convent.
Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria told The Indian Express in the morning, “The West Bengal team had the lead, they shared the information with us and sought our assistance. Assistance was provided, and the accused was arrested from the Nagpada area, and has been taken away by the Bengal team.”
The second arrest followed late in the afternoon, following Salim’s interrogation. A man called Gopal Sarkar, who lives in Goalbati in Habra, a town close to the border with Bangladesh, was picked up after Salim allegedly told the CID that Sarkar had hosted the gang at his home before the raid on the convent.
The CID said Gopal Sarkar was an illegal Bangladeshi immigrant who had crossed over in 2002, and had been living in Habra ever since.
Shaikh Salim too is believed to be a Bangladeshi national, who was staying in Mumbai.
After landing in Kolkata from Mumbai, the CID officers took Salim straight from the airport to the court in Ranaghat, where they submitted that Salim had confessed to the crime, but the CID needed him in custody in order to make material recoveries and to put him through medical and forensic examination.
The Ranaghat court was barricaded for Salim’s production. No lawyer represented the arrested accused, said Chandranil Chatterjee, a member of the Bar. The CID described Shaikh Salim as one of the masterminds of the Ranaghat rape and robbery case. He could be a Bangladeshi, but his antecedents were still being verified, the CID said. Salim has given the names of other members of the gang, and more arrests are likely, unless the men have fled to Bangladesh, a CID officer said.
(Rashmi Rajput contributing from Mumbai)