60 killed element of “Daash” in raids Airline Alliance

11:15: 02/05/2015

Khandan – a military official said, in the death of 50 component of the organization “Daash” in the bombing of Flight International Alliance of targeted training center elements “Daash” west of Ramadi in Anbar province, while the killing of 10 elements targeting a convoy of the organization near Mosul.

Said Maj. Gen. Zia pin, commander of the island’s operations and the desert, “The warplanes international coalition and in coordination with the security forces managed to bombing training center elements of al Daash terrorist in hand Kpasah South spend Hit 70 km west of Ramadi, killing 50 element to regulate Daash terrorist and wounded Dozens were injured seriously as well as the destruction of the entire training center. “

He pin, that “the bombing came after intelligence information accurate enabled Aviation International Alliance Training Center bombing and family members to join a large loss of life and equipment.”

And, that “the organization Daash was used this center to train new items that Anzmt him for terrorism, education and use of suicide bombers in terrorist operations, and to destroy it means a great victory in defeat Daash.”

In the province of Nineveh air strike targeted a convoy of the international coalition to organize “Daash” near the city of Mosul resulted in the destruction of five armed wheels and killed at least 10 members of the organization.

A Kurdish security source, said that “the international coalition aircraft targeted Thursday evening, a convoy of the terrorist organization Daash near the town of Noran (15 km north of Mosul).”

“The raid resulted in the destruction of five armed Humvee wheels with the killing of 10 members of the organization, at least.”



Washington deployed aircraft and crews specialized rescue operations in Kurdistan

6:41: 02/06/2015

Khandan – A US military official said, the United States was published in the Kurdistan region of aircraft and crews specializing in search and rescue operations in order to speed up the rescue pilots international-led coalition against al “Daash” in the event of downed aircraft operations.

The official told (AFP), “We process repositioning” of the aircraft in the Kurdistan region to become closer to the battlefield, in order to facilitate the operations of rescue pilots who drop their planes in areas controlled by “Daash”, in an attempt to avoid what happened with Jordan pilot Maaz Kasasbeh who was captured by the organization and then burnt alive.

The news agency (Reuters) US officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the US military sent with the aircraft to the outskirts of the city of Erbil to enhance the combat capabilities of the Search and Rescue. The official said he was sending helicopters.

While another official said the search and rescue capabilities transferred from Kuwait and will soon become the running.


A battle for the soul of Islam

Grand mufti: Jordanian pilot’s murder not part of Islam 03:14

Cairo (CNN) The actions of the Islamic State are anything but Islamic, and Muslims must battleextremism to maintain the religion’s message of mercy, the grand mufti of Egypt told CNN.

Sheikh Shawki Ibrahim Abdel-Karim Allam spoke about the recent execution of a Jordanian pilot at the hands of ISIS. Lt. Moath al-Kasasbeh, 27, was burned alive while confined in a cage.

“What happened to the Jordanian pilot is by all means a crime. This barbaric action is far away from humanity, much less religions. Islam is innocent of this act,” the grand mufti said on Thursday.

Allam leads Dar El-Ifta, or the House of Fatwas, the premier authority in Islamic legal interpretations. The institution was founded in 1895, although the grand muftis of Egypt have been interpreting Islam for 800 years. It releases more than 500,000 edicts a year.

The battle is ideological, Allam said, and the fight is not confined to Egypt or the Middle East.

“Violence and radicalization have become an international phenomenon that has no home or belief. But it runs through the entire world,” he said.

Can beheadings ever be justified?

The pilot’s death was captured in a horrific video that was posted online this week.

ISIS has distributed footage of its executions before, but previous videos showed beheadings.

The grand mufti weighed whether beheadings could ever be justified by Islam.

He considered the example of Saudi Arabia, a key US ally in the region. There, defendants may be sentenced to death and beheaded.

“What happens in Saudi Arabia is based on judicial investigations and implementing the predominant law. If it is the case, then we respect the rule of law in this state,” Allam said.

By contrast, he argued, ISIS does not follow any system of investigation.

“Everything ISIS does is far away from Islam. What it is doing is a crime by all means,” the grand mufti said.

Tradition versus reform

Earlier this year, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi called for a “religious revolution.”

Allam believes in the need for reform, but he also believes the foundation of Islam must remain untouched.

What does this mean?

It means “renewing the methods, renewing the tools, and renewing the way Islam’s teachings are presented,” Allam said. “At the same time, we preserve and uphold the stable pillars of religion. Rattling the pillars leads to destabilizing communities.”

In an effort to reclaim the voice of Islam from radical groups, Dar Al-Ifta issues publications in 10 languages, engages in awareness campaigns and joins regional and international efforts to battle extremist ideas and to present a better image of Islam.

The grand mufti’s advice to young Muslims is to seek specialized scholars to understand the true meaning of Islam.

“We tell youth, Islam did not carry a message of sabotage and destruction. It only came to serve humanity, to achieve world peace and bring mercy to the world,” he said.

President Obama, Christians and ISIS: Wake Up, America

When I first read some of the tweets surrounding President Obama’s comments at the White House Prayer Breakfast, my jaw dropped.

I literally gasped. Did he really say that? No way, that’s gotta be Twitter people misremembering. After all, “misremembering” became a verb this week. Right,Brian Williams?

But the tweets were coming from one of my go to Twitter people. CBS News White House correspondent Mark Knoller .. Always fair, always spot on and accurate.

So I listened to the soundbites from the president.

I’m still shaking my head.

President Obama lumped Christians and murderous Islamic terrorists together: Here’s some of what he said, “unless we get on our high horse and think that this is unique to some other place – remember that during the crusades and inquisition,people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ … So, it is not unique to one group or one religion; there is a tendency in us, a sinful tendency that can pervert and distort our faith. “

Lumped? My bad. He practically blamed Christians for the religious fanatics who are burning men alive. Burying children alive and crucifying young boys.

And talking about both in the same context is simply not OK.

What the president did this morning will haunt him for a very long time. He crossed the line. In fact, he pole vaulted over it

Using some misguided moral equivalency, President Obama reached back over almost a thousand years to compare a group of Christians then to current day radical Islamists killing innocents in the name of Allah … today.

Last month, in January alone, reports say that radical Muslim jihadists killed thousands of people. Last month!

And yet, when you combine Christianity, Judaism, Scientology and the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster what are their combined killings in the name of religion?

Well that number would be zero ..

Sorry Mr. President, I think you’ve gone too far this time!

And no, left- winged progressives, I am not being racist. This is coming from the very core of my Christianity, my humanity, my civilized self.

President Obama .. I think you owe all Christians an apology ..

Christianity today is the polar opposite of what’s being done in the name of Islam.

You, sir, should know that. After all, you are also a Christian.

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Japanese decision to increase aid to fight «Daash»

Posted: Friday, February 6, 2015

TOKYO (Reuters)

Japan’s parliament passed a resolution yesterday condemning «Daash» Bnhr and denouncing the militant group of Japanese citizens went to war and was executed by burning the Jordanian pilot forbid Kasasbeh, asking the government to increase its humanitarian assistance to the Middle East, Africa and work with the international community in the fight against the terrorist organization. The threat «Daash» kill the two hostages after the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced the non-military aid to $ 200 million for states facing extremist organization.


Arbil conference embraces peaceful coexistence between religions in Iraq

Representative of Christians: The conference is no different from its predecessors
Arbil: Dilshad Abdullah
Embraced the city of Arbil, capital of Iraqi Kurdistan, on peaceful coexistence conference between all religions and sects in Iraq. Participants at the conference stressed the need to adhere to the dialogue out of the crisis in Iraq and the region.
The Minister of Awqaf in the Kurdistan Regional Government «Middle East» when the «non-existent dialogue, increasing the distance between all the components of Iraq, and only benefit those who want to broadcast violence in the country, so what has been discussed today (yesterday) during the conference is very important, and we must continue between the components of this country and all its regions ».
For his part, said Alaa Makki representative Vice President Iyad Allawi, told the «Middle East» that «in coordination with the United Nations and the Government of the Kurdistan region we had a convergence interfaith conference really give a message that the reconciliation project is part of these efforts and the convergence of religions paving to genuine national reconciliation The community suffers from the challenge of the split and the challenge of the band, therefore we need one word to him face terrorism. » He added that «our message at the conference were the following truth is that we encountered scattered terrorism will not win if we faced terrorism together Conciliation is the promise that God promises him».
In turn, the official at the Ministry of Awqaf Kurdistan, Mariwan Naqshbandi said, «Middle East», that «this conference is the embodiment of coexistence happening in the Kurdistan region, has a special semantics for all Iraqis and at this time, especially we are faced with the danger of international terrorism».
He Naqshbandi: «We have agreed with the United Nations such as the Ministry of Awqaf in the region to continue this approach until the establishment of security in full and we emphasized our approach to drying thought extremism and trying by the religious leaders to unite our word and expel all extremism in our country and there is a future plan for cooperation with the United Nations will implement them in the future. »
Christians believe that the conference is not different from the rest of the conferences in this area, and wondered about the new to be submitted by this conference for displaced Iraqis, said Bishop Nicodemus David Mcserv, Chairman range Syriac Orthodox in Mosul and Kirkuk and the Kurdistan region, told the «Middle East» «Congress does not differs from the previous conferences held in seven months for interfaith dialogue, and acceptance of others, and these things we consider constants for us, and we as Christians accept the other for more than 1,400 years and coexistence with all the love to the point brought us to become a minority in our country due to excessive coexistence in which we live it, and this conference is a good sign given to others but what will provide the displaced people living in caravans and tents and homeless for seven months out of their land and their homes and their churches do not think that such conferences will give them something we do not need to conferences, but we need to work on the ground movement are these people and what Eshkoh of pain from the ground and give real hope to live in this country, we call on the international community to come out of its slumber killer.

The king of Jordan sent out this badass photo in response to ISIS

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The Royal Hashemite Court, Facebook Jordan’s King Abdullah II.

Jordan’s King Abdullah II, a former commander of his country’s special forces , angrily vowed to bombard the Islamic State until his military runs “out of fuel and bullets” after the release of a brutal video showing a captured Jordanian airman being burned alive in a cage.

The official Facebook page of The Royal Hashemite Court published a photo showing Jordan’s leader dressed in military fatigues. T he same photo was published on the king’s instagram accounteight months ago.

Jordan has carried out airstrikes against the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS or ISIL, in Mosul.

The Jordanian government has  denied rumors the king was physically involved in aerial attacks .

Dubbed the “warrior king,” Jordan’s leader has clocked in 35 years of military service.

According to the king’s bio, he enrolled in the UK’s Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst in 1980 and went on to become an elite Cobra attack helicopter pilot.

The Washington Examiner carried this amazing snippet from US congressmen who visited Abdullah in Jordan as part of an official trip:

“He said there is going to be retribution like ISIS hasn’t seen,” said Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr., a Marine Corps veteran of two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, who was in the meeting with the king. “He mentioned ‘Unforgiven’ and he mentioned Clint Eastwood, and he actually quoted a part of the movie.”

Hunter would not say which part of “Unforgiven” the king quoted, but noted it was where Eastwood’s character describes how he is going to deliver his retribution. There is a scene in the picture in which Eastwood’s character, William Munny, says, “Any man I see out there, I’m gonna kill him. Any son of a bitch takes a shot at me, I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down.”

Beyond airstrikes, Jordan could further contribute to the fight against ISIS through the use of its extremely effective special forces units.

Jordan’s special forces team, grouped under Jordan’s Joint Special Operations Command, is 14,000 strong and is one of the most effective fighting and intelligence forces in the region. Jordanian special forces frequently train alongside US forces.


PM Haider Al-Abadi (Facebook)

Prime Minister Dr. Haider Abadi heading to the Federal Republic of Germany on an official visit
================== Prime Minister Dr. Haider Abadi left Baghdad Monday evening at the head of a ministerial delegation to the Federal Republic of Germany In an official two-day visit, during which he will meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss the development of relations between the two countries and the efforts of the international coalition against Daash, as security attend the conference in Munich. It has facilities for sovereignty and interior ministers, Finance and Planning delegation.
Information Office of the Prime Minister Thursday February 5, 2015