I hope these come in “infant” and “toddler” sizes to…
After all, we are talking about “Muslims.”
Video courtesy of: Vlad Tepesblog
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled
Recently, while scrolling through the notifications of new “Likes/Followers” for our site’s publicized Facebook page ..one in particular caught my eye. Does that read what I think it does? Why yes it does.
‘..Americans for Sharia liked and is now following your page..’
Upon checking out this relatively new Community page..which had not yet received it’s first “like,” that is until “I” liked it… 🙂 ..I was left alone to discern.. Is this rapidly expanding community of “2” (myself and the unknown administrator) serious or satire?
Therefore, in an effort to facilitate dialog, I cordially messaged the administrator, introduced myself and respectfully asked a few questions. The only reply I have received thusfar is (quote):
‘..Brother, we are for the One God but we hate mohels..’
Hmm.. I’m not sure if the ‘mohel’ reference is specifically aimed at those who perform male circumcision in accordance with the Judaic Faith or simply Judaism as a whole.
Regardless..after strolling around the page for a moment, I noticed the following statement in the sidebar (quote):
‘..Did you know that Shariah can solve all of America’s problems? Drugs, drunk driving, the spread of STDs, high divorce rates, teenage pregnancy..’
I suppose this could be true, but is it not also true when properly adhering to the tenets of any of the other major “religions” of the world?
Are these “social plagues” in America today not the result of a lack of adherence to the teachings of the Judaic faith(‘s) of Judeo-Christianity/Judaism? So then, why would the current social condition in America be any different today, if goverened under Islamic ‘Sharia Law?’ Would there actually be less occurences of ‘..teenage pregnancy..’ under Sharia Law than there currently are under Judaic Law, as the administrator for ‘Americans for Sharia’ appears to contend? Perhaps so, but only for this reason: Under Sharia Law, the out-of-wedlock pregnant teen girls would be charged with committing “Adultery,” buried in the ground up to their chest and stoned to death. Afterall, this is the compulsory “Crime and Punishment” mandated for females having sexual relations outside of marriage, according to Islamic Sharia Jurisprudence.
Continuing on down the page, there is a video entitled “Hijab Tutorial: Layers and Drapes” ..where a [presumably Muslim woman] teaches females how to properly put on and wear the Islamic female head attire, commonly referred to as the hijab.
We encourage our readers to visit the ‘Americans for Sharia’ Facebook Community HERE although, we respectfully request that ALL of our readers PLEASE give the administrator(‘s), group members and all visitors on that page the same degree of respect that ‘you’ wish to receive.
Remember, being mean and/or disrespectful to a person that we may disagree with on principal accomplishes what in the end? Usually an arguement, name calling and the conversation ends at that point…
Please try to open-up a line of communication and facilitate dialog.
First and foremost.. accept and love a person right where they are today, for who they are today and I assure you..this will speak volumes as to who ‘you’ truly are as a person. Much more so than anything you will ever say…
Ahavah and Shalom.
A German magazine, citing police sources, has said that a young boy tried twice to set off explosives in his hometown of Ludwigshafen. The child reportedly targeted the town hall and a local Christmas market.
German media reported on Friday that a 12-year-old boy was suspected of planning two different bomb attacks in the western German city of Ludwigshafen. The German magazine “Focus” said he had first tried to target a Christmas market at the end of November, before placing a backpack with explosives near a high-rise building containing both city hall and a shopping center.
Hubert Ströber, a state prosecutor for nearby Frankenthal, confirmed reports that jars containing flammable material had been found in two locations in Ludwigshafen. However, he told DW that his office is “not investigating further” because the German criminal code exempts him from prosecution as a juvenile under 14 years of age. He added, however, that he had informed the Federal Prosecutor’s Office of the case.
Ludwigshafen Mayor Eva Lohse said on Thursday at a press conference that the Federal Prosecutor’s Office had issued a gagging order on further information about the case. Lohse did, however, say the 12-year-old suspect was in a safe location.
According to judicial and police sources, the boy was born in 2004 in Ludwigshafen to parents from a German-Iraqi background. The boy had been “heavily religiously radicalized,” by an unknown agent of the so-called terrorist organization “Islamic State” (IS) said “Focus” magazine
The report claimed that the first attempted attack came on November 26 at the city’s Christmas market. There was no blast, however, as whatever the boy had allegedly used failed to detonate – the magazine was unable to confirm exactly what materials had been used to make the bomb.
‘Nail bomb’ left outside city hall
On December 5, the 12-year-old is suspected of leaving a backpack containing a jar of explosive materials and nails outside city hall, a busy area as the building is also partly a shopping center. A passer-by alerted the authorities to the suspicious bag, and they were able to dispose of it safely. Later, analysts discovered that the jar was filled with different types of fireworks that while flammable would not have exploded.
Police told “Focus” the boy had been brought to social services with the understanding of his parents. Although the youth cannot be tried in court, the magazine reported that a criminal inquiry has been opened into the incidents. Prosecutor Ströber told DW that he could not provide any further details, as it might compromise an investigation being carried out by the federal prosecution office in Karlsruhe.
A female interpreter for a French journalist has been raped near the notorious Calais ‘Jungle’ migrant camp, the authorities confirmed. Reports have also emerged that the woman’s attackers were three Pashto-speaking male asylum seekers.
The incident took place when a Pashto interpreter and a freelance journalist were making a story about the ‘Jungle’ camp for France 5 TV channel on Tuesday morning, according to Pascal Marconville, prosecutor of the city of Boulogne-sur-Mer in the Pas-de-Calais region.
“A 38-year-old Afghan interpreter, based in Paris, was accompanied by a freelance journalist… who was preparing a documentary for France 5 about unaccompanied children,” Marconville said.
Somewhere between 2am and 3am local time the interpreter and the journalist were approached by three Pashto-speaking men, according to the prosecutor.
The attackers were “a priori migrants” from Afghanistan, a judicial source told AFP, quoting witness accounts.
The alleged asylum seekers initially wanted to steal the pair’s equipment and camera.
One of the men then reportedly pulled out a knife and forced the interpreter to have sex with him, while two others stood nearby, threatening the journalist with a knife.
Once the attackers had let them go, the victims rushed to a police station in Calais to report the incident.
“The victim was examined by a doctor, who confirmed rape. Samples will… determine the genetic profile of the attacker,”Marconville said.
Police have opened a manhunt for the three attackers and have begun an investigation into the case.
The Calais ‘Jungle’ houses between 5,000 and 10,000 asylum seekers, according to estimates from different human right groups working on the site.
On Tuesday, an administrative court in Lille upheld its decision to close the notorious camp. According to the court, dismantling of the camp “does not disregard the principle of prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment.”
The removal of the camp “aims, on the contrary… to put an end to such treatment, to which migrants are currently subjected,” it added.
The inhabitants of the camp – who are mainly from the Middle East, Africa and Afghanistan – have traveled to France in the hope of crossing the English Channel to the UK, often having had their applications rejected elsewhere, or in expectation of better prospects in Britain than in the rest of the EU.
The topic of unaccompanied children in Calais has recently been widely discussed in the media. Earlier in October, the British Red Cross said there are currently some 1,000 unaccompanied children in the camp, with at least 178 of them eligible to go to the UK, due to existing family ties there.
The Islamic State terror group is defending the village of Dabiq in northern Syria as U.S.-backed Syrian rebels launch attacks, seeking to liberate the village that IS believes will be the center of an apocalyptic battle between Christians and Islamists.
“If matters proceed as planned, within 48 hours we will be in Dabiq,” Ahmed Osman, commander of the Sultan Murad Free Syrian Army, told Reuters on Monday.
The Independent reports that at least 15 Turkish and Syrian rebels have been killed in the fighting near Dabiq, but a much fiercer battle is expected to take place for the village which is in the center of IS’ propaganda operation.
The Islamic militants believe that Dabiq, which they first captured in August 2014, will be the host of a major battle between Islamic and Christian forces that will signal the beginning of the apocalypse.
ARA News added that U.S.-led coalition warplanes have been aiding the Syrian rebels with airstrikes, killing and wounding over 20 of the militants.
IS has been losing its grip on a number of towns across Iraq and Syria, with additional reports that Turkey-backed rebels have captured areas in the northern countryside of Aleppo.
“Backed by an air cover from the coalition, rebel fighters of the Euphrates Shield expelled ISIS from the eastern suburb of Maree town,” rebel spokesman Salih al-Zein said.
“The rebels have also captured the Akhtarin village after heavy clashes with ISIS,” he added.
Besides being the center of an apocalyptic final battle that IS predicts, Dabiq also lends its name to the monthly stylized propaganda magazine that IS publishes, which explains its ideology and celebrates terror attacks that have been carried out around the world.
Osman added that IS officials have sent close to 800 additional fighters to defend the village from advancing FSA rebels, but the terror group has been unable to stop several other villages near Dabiq from being recaptured.
Rebel and U.S.-backed forces are also preparing to attack and recapture two other IS strongholds, namely Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria, which would also be a massive blow to the terror group’s ambitions.
The apocalyptic beliefs of IS have been explored by a number of counter-terrorism experts, including Sebastian Gorka, author of The New York Times best-selling book Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War and chair of military theory at the Marine Corps University.
Gorka said at the first annual The Bridge conference for the persecuted church hosted by International Christian Concern in July that an English-language translation of IS’ former name was the ‘Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham,’ with the latter part of the name bearing the most significance.
“Like every religion, Islam has an eschatology. It has a story of the End Times. Just as in Christian eschatology, the talks of a final period of tribulation or judgment day and a series of battles between the believers and non-believers, Islam has the same,” Gorka said, according to The Christian Post
“Everybody will be resurrected and judged by Allah at the End Times. But prior to that judgment, there will be a series of battles in al-Sham. The pivotal jihad, the last jihad will occur in this territory.”
Washington is considering military strikes against Syria’s government, according to media reports citing US government sources. That’s after America severed talks with Russia over the Syrian peace process. What’s more, the White House says it understands potential attacks on President Assad’s forces will bring Russia and the US closer to conflict.
by, Iraqi News
Diyala – Leader of al-Hashd al-Shaabi forces, Jabbar Maamouri revealed on Monday, that a secret meeting of the Islamic State’s leaders in Mutaibija area turned into a bloody massacre, due to disputes between local, Arab and foreign leaders.
Mamouri said in a press statement, “Accurate intelligence information indicated that the leaders of the Islamic State group (ISIS) held a secret meeting in Mutaibija area, which is located between the provinces of Diyala and Salahuddin.”
“The meeting turned into a bloody massacre after exacerbated disputes between the ISIS leaders that led them to use weapons against each other,” Mamouri added.
Mamouri also explained that a senior ISIS leader was killed and three others wounded, and emphasized that the growing disputes between the local, Arab and foreign leaders led to the massacre in Mutaibija.
The Islamic State group still has active armed cells in Mutaibija area between the provinces of Diyala and Salahuddin.
HYATTSVILLE, MD — A Hyattsville man who came to the United States from Bangladesh as a child is in federal custody on a charge that he tried to help the terrorist organization ISIS by planning to kill an American military member.
Nelash Mohamed Das, 24, was charged by federal criminal complaint Monday with attempting to provide material support and resources to ISIS or the Islamic State. Federal authorities say that for the past year, Das used social media to express his support for the Islamic State, including support for terrorist attacks in Paris, France, and San Bernardino, CA.
“Individuals intent on carrying out violence in the name of foreign terrorist organizations pose one of the most concerning threats that law enforcement faces today and stopping these offenders before they are able to act is our highest priority,” said Assistant Attorney General Carlin in a news release.
On Oct. 26, 2015, Das tweeted the name of an individual and the city where they lived, stating that the individual “aspires to kill Muslims.” Das knew that the individual hoped to become a member of the U.S. military. ISIS members and supporters have posted identifying information about U.S. military personnel in hopes that follower would carry out attacks against them, the FBI says.
The affidavit alleges that Das was advertising the individual’s identity and whereabouts in order to inspire violence against that individual.
On Jan. 30, 2016, Das reportedly tweeted a picture of an AK-47 assault rifle along with the message, “This is more than just a gun. This is a ticket to Jannah,” a reference to the Islamic concept of paradise.
According to the affidavit, Das attended classes at a firing range in Prince George’s County to practice firing weapons, and submitted his fingerprints to obtain a handgun permit.
In May 2016, Das met a someone working for the FBI whom he believed was also a supporter of ISIS. Das later told the unidentified source that he wanted to kill a particular military member who lived in Prince George’s County, and whose identifying information Das had obtained the prior year from a list posted online by ISIL. After that, he hoped to travel overseas for ISIS.
In a meeting on Sept. 11, 2016, Das confirmed that he was committed “100 percent” to conducting an attack and, “That’s like my goal in life,” according to court documents. In a meeting the following day, Das asked that ISIS pay him for future killings of U.S. military personnel, but added that he would do it for free, as well.
On Sept. 28, 2016, Das and the informant drove to a firearms store in Virginia, where Das purchased ammunition and was given bogus information on a target with the expectation that he would be paid $80,000 for the attack. Das was arrested at the scene of the planned attack two days later by FBI agents.
Das was ordered to be detained pending a detention hearing, which is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 6, in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt.
Das faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison if convicted.
According to the affidavit, Das was admitted to the U.S. in 1995 and is a legal permanent resident.
Shirqat, Iraq (CNN)“Shut up and stay still,” the woman in black fatigues and a black headscarf snapped over her shoulder at the armed men behind her as she sat down for an interview.
Immediately they went quiet, each adjusting his weapon and standing up straight as if he’d been called to attention.
This is a woman who commands respect, I thought. She keeps a Beretta 9-millimeter pistol in a holster under her left arm. The area around the trigger was silver where the paint had worn off.
The woman in question, 39-year-old Wahida Mohamed — better known as Um Hanadi — leads a force of around 70 men in the area of Shirqat, a town 50 miles (80 kilometers) south of Mosul, Iraq.
She and her men, part of a tribal militia, recently helped government forces drive ISIS out of the town.
In the man’s world that is rural Iraq, female fighters are a rarity.
‘More wanted than the Prime Minister’
Um Hanadi is not new to this.
“I began fighting the terrorists in 2004, working with Iraqi security forces and the coalition,” she says. As a result, she attracted the wrath of what eventually became al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, which later morphed into ISIS.
“I received threats from the top leadership of ISIS, including from Abu Bakr (al-Baghdadi) himself,” she says, referring to ISIS’s self-declared caliph.
“But I refused.”
“I’m at the top of their most wanted list,” she brags, “even more than the Prime Minister.
Um Hanadi ticks off the times they planted car bombs outside her home. “2006, 2009, 2010, three car bombs in 2013 and in 2014.”
Along the way, her first husband was killed in action. She remarried, but ISIS killed her second husband earlier this year. ISIS also killed her father and three brothers. They also killed, she added, her sheep, her dogs and her birds.
She narrowly escaped death as well.
“Six times they tried to assassinate me,” she says. “I have shrapnel in my head and legs, and my ribs were broken.”
She pulled back her headscarf to show her scars.
But all that didn’t stop me from fighting,” she said.
Um Hanadi claims to have led her men in multiple battles against ISIS. General Jamaa Anad, the commander of ground forces in her native Salahuddin province, told me they had provided her group with vehicles and weapons.
General Anad, a short, compact, no-nonsense man of few words, simply says: “She lost her brothers and husbands as martyrs.”
‘Check out my Facebook page’
After listing all the attacks against her, and all the loved ones lost to ISIS, Um Hanadi said: “I fought them. I beheaded them. I cooked their heads, I burned their bodies.”
She made no excuses, nor attempted to rationalize this. It was delivered as a boast, not a confession.
“This is all documented,” she said. “You can see it on my Facebook page.”
So we checked. Among many pictures of her with her dead husbands, fighters and generals, there was a photo of her in the same black combat fatigues and headscarf holding what appeared to be a freshly severed head. Another showed two severed heads in a cooking pot. In a third photograph, she is standing among partially-burned corpses. It’s impossible to verify whether the photos are authentic or Photoshopped, but we got the point.
Um Hanadi describes herself as a “rabat manzal” — a housewife. She denied media reports she was a hairdresser, although a photo on her Facebook page shows her without a headscarf, in what appears to be a hair salon. She has two daughters, aged 22 and 20. They are trained and ready to fight, she says, but are busy at the moment taking care of their children.
When we finished the interview, Um Hanadi’s entourage prepared to board their pickup trucks. I walked up to one of the trucks, where three men sat in the front seat. One pulled out a hand grenade.
“This is for Daesh,” he said, using the derogatory term for ISIS.
“And so is this — to cut off their heads,” said the driver, pulling a long machete off the dashboard and brandishing it uncomfortably close to my face.
INKHIL, Daraa Province, Syria: During a recent meeting of high-ranking officials at the Headquaters of the US Funded Terrorist Organization “FSA (Free Syrian Army)” ..a suicide bomber entered the facility, detonatating a C4 laden explosive vest.
At least 20 Islamic Terrorists are known to have been killed in the blast that occured in the conference room. Numerous high-ranking military commanders were in attendance, along with the interior minister from the interim cabinet, which were all reportedly killed.