The Islamic State (ISIS) threatens to burn down the U.S. Capitol and bomb Big Ben in London

These pictures show the disturbing fantasy world imagined by Islamic State (ISIS) jihadists. It might well be a fantasy, but ISIS has a $2+ billion bank account that can buy a lot of technology.

UK Daily Mail  In one image, terrorist fighters overrun the Capitol building in Washington, and fly an ISIS flag from the top of the iconic building, which is engulfed in flames, and the American flag is falling.


A second image created and circulated by Russian-speaking terrorists is of smiling Abu Omar al-Shishani, one of the most feared military commanders of the Islamic State of Syria and Iraq, with Big Ben burning in the background. The caption reads: ‘Soon!! In all cities of the world’, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.  


Another fantasy depicts a white horse carrying the Isis flag escaping from the mouths of hungry wolves. It could have a number of different meanings, but it seems to depict a pure (white) Isis overpowering those standing in its way.

But it seems these terrorists dream of an air force as the group’s logo is painted on a black fighter-jet and another shows a ‘pilot of the Islamic State’. 



In September, it was reported that ISIS jihadists were changing tactics in the face of U.S.-led air strikes in Iraq by ditching conspicuous convoys in favour of motorcycles.

Slickly produced ISIS recruitment video:

In the meantime, ISIS is busy training its next generation of junior jihadis:


KABOOM! Australian teen, ‘Jihadi Jake,’ who left Melbourne to join ISIS, blows himself up in a suicide attack in Iraq

The baby-faced Australian teenager who joined Islamic State terrorists in the Middle East has reportedly blown himself up in a suicide bomb attack. The Islamic State jihadists released a photo showing 18-year-old Jake Bilardi inside a white van, which is he thought to have died in.

Earlier story: jihadi-jake-babyfaced-australian-teen-shy-and-quiet-at-school-declared-hed-converted-to-islam-and-joined-isis


UK Daily Mail (h/t Susan K & several BNI Aussies) Bilardi travelled from Melbourne to the Iraqi city of Ramadi in the Islamic State stronghold of Anbar last year, saying that he went to ISIS ‘chasing death’. He is said to have carried out one of 13 suicide car bomb attacks on Iraqi army and security positions in Ramadi on Wednesday.

On Thursday, an image of Bilardi sitting in front of an Islamic State flag was posted to Twitter with the caption: ‘The Australian brother who carried out Martyrdom operation in Ramadi, Al Anbar.’

A separate Islamic State Twitter account posted a photo of Bilardi with caption: ‘Breaking News: Australian citizen Jake Bilardi aka Abu Abdullah carried the martyrdom operation in #Ramadi, #Iraq.’


The Bilardi family has been greatly upset by the news with his aunt, Connie, clearly heard crying from inside the family home after word came through of the suicide bombing.

Relatives have hunkered down in their Ascot Vale home, in Melbourne’s north-west, refusing to speak on the revelations. But his aunt had told Daily Mail Australia, in an earlier interview, that the teenager’s decision to join the ranks of ISIS ‘was devastating, just devastating’.


When asked earlier this week how the young man’s father was coping with the news his son was fighting with ISIS, his auntie’s emotional response was: ‘well, he’s not’.

Australian authorities have yet to confirm the 18-year-old died in the attacks, which killed at least 10 people and wounded 30.

Killing plume ... an Islamic State propaganda image allegedly showing the aftermath of a suicide attack on Ramadi yesterday

Killing plume … an Islamic State propaganda image allegedly showing the aftermath of a suicide attack on Ramadi yesterday


Islamic State (ISIS) introduces ‘Khilafah Book’ (Caliphate Book), a social network for jihadists to bypass social media bans by Twitter, Facebook, YouTube


Khilafah means “caliphate” in Arabic, a form of Islamic government which is what ISIS is trying to establish in the Middle East. Kilafah Book is being hosted on “”, which is a domain registered in Egypt. It was created by Abu Musab and states its admin state/province as “The Islamic State” in Mosul.

Motherboard  ​ISIS jihadists are masters of social media, whether it’s for spreading propaganda videos, hijacking popular hashtags to gain a louder voice, or attracting new fighters. This week, an apparent advocate of the group launched a site designed to keep fellow jihadis and supporters in touch.


“Khilafah Book,” or “Caliphate Book,” looks as slick as a professionally crafted, Silicon Valley-based social media site. Using a blue colour scheme, it’s not hard to see the presumably deliberate similarities with Facebook’s design.

In the background, a world map is plastered with images of the Islamic State’s flag in Canada, the United States, South America, Africa, Europe, and Australia. “Connect and share with the people that matters to you,” reads the site in English. “Never miss a thing out! Keep in touch with your fans, customers or loved ones all the time!”


Judging by the generic nature of these statements, which could easily be spouted from any social media project, it seems likely that the site is using a pre-made template, rather than having been built from the ground up.

The site was announced from a corresp​onding Twitter account on Wednesday, but it’s only started to gather attention now. “Official page of the #Khalafah_book first social networking supporters,” the tweet read, according to a Google translation.


After logging in, the Facebook-inspired design continues. “May God make you a reason in the conversion of Muslims,” an announcement reads in Arabic. On the right-hand side, suggestions of people to follow are listed, as well as what is “trending.” Users can supposedly post photos, video, music, and text, although the site crashed when I tried to type.

The announcement also states that it’s “forbidden [to] add your profile picture on the website,” although it appears that a few users have ignored this advice. The administrator also asks for prolonged verbal abuse to be reported.

At the time of writing, the site is being hosted by US company GoDaddy, according to a WHOIS search. The registrant’s supposed name is Abu Musab, and his obviously fake address is “Islamic State Mosul, Islamic State, 27222.” The registrant country is then listed as Egypt, which may be where the website creator is located, although this cannot be confirmed.

Even if it looks the real deal, connecting to the site has been pretty difficult. Throughout Sunday morning, the site was dropping in and out. I eventually managed to get onto the homepage and take a screenshot and create an account, but the site wasn’t stable. “Site is in its early days,” an announcement reads in Arabic once a user logs into the site.


The creation of this site is presumably in response to the recent trouble that ISIS and its supporters have had on mainstream social media sites, with T​witter banning affiliated accounts outright. After this, ISIS members reportedl​y threatened employees of Twitter, including its co-founder Jack Dorsey (Dorsey now works as the CEO of Square, a mobile payments company).


However, the ban hammer doesn’t appear to be having much of an effect. A Brookings Institute report published thi​s week found that ISIS may have up to 46,000 accounts.

Even if “Khilafah Book” is a new strategy to subvert the Twitter bans, it seems like an ineffective approach. Surely for its propaganda to be effective, and reach the widest possible audience, ISIS needs to be posting it where the public is, rather than creating its own dedicated site.


Regardless, what this site shows more than anything is the continuing support of ISIS in the digital realm. Social media is as important a battleground for the group as the front lines of Syria and Iraq, and they are not going to leave the space so easily.

Update: The site announced​temporary shutdown “in order to protect the info and details of it’s members and their safety”.



HEY, OBAMA! ISIS is on the run again…preparing to invade Lebanon and kill all the Christians

LebanonChristians_LG-300x225Islamic State militants are planning to extend their positions to Lebanon and declare an ‘Islamic emirate there, Lebanese media says. ISIS jihadists are also planning suicide bombings in Beirut, according to the report.

RT  ISIS militants are “preparing military plans to declare an Islamic emirate in Lebanon very soon,” security sources told Lebanon’s Daily Star. The report added that the jihadists are preparing to establish a military committee that will oversee “Lebanese affairs” while “considering Lebanon as part of its state.” In June 2014, the militants’ chief – Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi – declared captured territories from Iraq’s Diyala province to Syria’s Aleppo an Islamic State ‘caliphate.’


IS fighters are demanding the militants in northern Syria to support them in the invasion of territories in neighboring Lebanon, the report stated. Unnamed security sources told the Lebanese paper that the arrangements to form an ISIS command for the Lebanon emirate are being supervised by Syrian militant Khalaf al-Zeyabi Halous, codenamed ‘Abu Musaab Halous,’ who played a key role in the IS offensive to capture the northern Raqqa province in 2013.


The report also revealed that an influential party in Lebanon received information that the jihadists have been actively recruiting suicide bombers to “target Shiite gatherings in Beirut and the southern suburbs, as well as French and Western interests.” It added that the Iranian embassy in Beirut is particularly vulnerable to an assault.

ISIS has already beheaded some Lebanese soldiers

ISIS has already beheaded some Lebanese soldiers

The Iranian embassy was previously targeted by extremists in November 2013. The suicide bombing resulted in 23 deaths and at least 160 injuries.

In addition to government forces, Lebanese Christians have been arming themselves to defend their land and families from the jihadists.





Al-SHABAAB, Somali Muslim Terrorist Group calls for lone wolf attacks on Shopping Malls in the West

p8114522_b_h3_aaThe al-Qaeda branch in Somalia released a video Saturday celebrating the September 2013 attack on the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya, that killed 60 people in a four-day siege. In the 66-minute video,  al-Shabaab calls for attacks on specific targets in the U.S., Canada, and Britain.


IB Times  “If just a handful of mujahedeen [militant jihadists] fighters could bring Kenya to a complete standstill for nearly a week, just imagine what the dedicated mujahedeen could do in the West to American or Jewish shopping centers across the world,” a masked gunman says toward the end of the video.

“What if such an attack were to occur in the Mall of America in Minnesota? Or the West Edmonton Mall in Canada? Or in London’s Oxford Street?”


The video raises concern it could help inspire lone-wolf attacks by radicalized individuals in these countries who are teetering on committing violent acts in the name of Allah. Online social media has helped widen the audience for Islamist propaganda despite efforts by Facebook and Twitter to weed out troubling broadcasts.


While social media sites are filled with militant Islamist propaganda calls for violence (such as how to make bombs in your mother’s kitchen or praising the usefulness of Honda motorcycles to commit terrorist acts), it’s unusual for terrorists to be so specific about civilian targets. News of the video was first reported by Bethesda, Maryland, SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors activities of extremist groups.


“The English-speaking narrator in this video sounds remarkably similar to the narrator from past Shabab releases,” SITE Director Rita Katz said in a report announcing the news Saturday.

Al-Shabab has released similar videos in the past, including one cheering the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby, who was killed May 22, 2013, by British citizens Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale. In August, Muslim convert Brusthom Ziamani, 19, was arrested for allegedly plotting to behead a British soldier in a lone-wolf copycat attack inspired by the Rigby murder.


Al-Shabab (which means “the youth” in Arabic) claimed responsibility for the Friday suicide attacks in Mogadishu that killed at least 25 and wounded 40 at a hotel where government officials were meeting. Somalian President Hassan Sheik Mohamoud condemned the attack and pledged to continue to work for stability in the war-ravaged East African country.

Ewwww, this sign will scare away the bad guys

Ewwww, this sign will scare away the bad guys

Al-Shabab still maintains a strong presence in the country, however, and has staged numerous smaller attacks in the capital in recent months. A suicide car bomber Jan. 22 attacked a Mogadishu hotel where a group of Turkish officials were preparing for a state visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. That attack killed three Somali civilians.


Islamic State escapee says ISIS is planning something bigger than 9/11

British Muslim medical student who went to Syria to search for a friend’s twin daughters who left home to marry ISIS terrorists, lived with ISIS, earned their trust, but managed to escape to Turkey. He said they are planning something much more spectacular than 9/11.

Western Journalism  “They want to be more better than al-Qaeda,” Ahmad Rashidi said to NBC’s Richard Engel on Meet the Press. “They want to do something much worse than the World Trade Center.” He added that the U.S. bombings are making ISIS happy because they elevate the group’s status to that of al-Qaeda. “They are full of hate. You can see the fire in the eyes.” “If you smell like European, they are going to kill you.”


“This is my last message,” says Islamic State (ISIS) Japanese hostage Kenji Goto

“I have 24 hours left to live… the Jordanian pilot has even less,” says second Japanese hostage who claims ISIS will execute him and the Jordanian airman unless jailed female Muslim terrorist is released.

Second hostage Kenji Goto holding up photo of fellow Japanese hostage who was beheaded the other day

Second hostage Kenji Goto holding up photo of fellow Japanese hostage, Haruna Yukawa, who was beheaded the other day

UK Daily Mail  A video posted on jihadist websites shows a picture of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto holding a photograph of captured Jordanian pilot, 1st Lt Mu’ath al-Kaseasbeh. A voiceover, purportedly by Goto, warns that Jordan is blocking the Japanese journalist’s release by failing to free Sajida al-Rishawi, a would-be suicide bomber on death row since 2006.

The statement says Goto and al-Kaseasbeh will be beheaded within 24 hours if al-Rishawi is not freed and urges the Japanese government to put pressure on Jordan. The voiceover warns: ‘Any more delays by the Jordanian government will mean they are responsible for the death of the pilot which will then be followed by mine.

Japanese hostage Kenji Goto holding photos of Jordanian pilot also threatened with beheading by the Islamic State

Japanese hostage Kenji Goto holding photos of Jordanian pilot also threatened with beheading by the Islamic State

‘I only have 24 hours left to live… and the pilot has even less. Please don’t leave us to die.  Japan has indicated it will not negotiate with terrorists.

Freelance journalist Kenji Goto was seized in late October in Syria, apparently while trying to rescue another hostage, 42-year-old Haruna Yukawa, who was captured by the ISIS terrorists last summer.  

Sajida al-Rishawi gained notoriety in 2005 after confessing on Jordanian television that she tried to blow herself up alongside her husband in an Al Qaeda attack in Amman, Jordan.









KUDOS TO THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC for forcing out most of its Muslim population

It’s called payback, payback for Muslim aggression and violence against the Christian majority, and now, the Christians apparently have won.












BREAKING! Islamic State (ISIS) savages now threatening to behead two Japanese hostages

A video released today allegedly shows the Islamic State group threatening to kill two Japanese hostages unless they receive a $200 million ransom from the Japanese government in the next 72 hours.

Ahram  The video shows two hostages in orange jumpsuits that the Muslim terrorists identify as Kenji Goto Jogo and Haruna Yukawa. In August, a Japanese citizen believed to be Yukawa, a private military company operator in his early 40s, was kidnapped in Syria after going there to train with militants, according to a post on a blog kept.  One video on his page showed him holding a Kalashnikov assault rifle with the caption: “Syria war in Aleppo 2014.” Goto is a respected Japanese freelance journalist who went to report on Syria’s civil war last year and knew of Yukawa.


RISE CANADA to display and distribute Mohammed cartoons in downtown Toronto, Sunday Jan. 18th


The RISE CANADA #REALjesuischarlie rally will take place at the corner of Yonge and Bloor on SUNDAY JAN 18th at 2pm.

Many media are hypocritically shouting #Jesuischarlie … while refusing to show the Muhammad cartoons. These are the same publications that routinely denigrate Christianity and Hinduism and all other faiths, while professing “sensitivity” towards Islam. Only Islam.


Many rallies also scream #JeSuisCharlie while refusing to show Muhamad cartoons. To those hypocrites: VOUS N’EST PAS CHARLIE. RISE CANADA is the #REALjesuischarlie 

Contact DR BIKRAM LAMBA at for details.


Rise Canada



FINALLY! Anonymous ‘hacktivists’ come out on the right side of an issue with #OpCharlieHebdo

Anonymous declares ‘war’ on jihadists in retaliation for the Paris Charlie Hebdo massacre which killed 12, with a campaign called #OpCharlieHebdo.


UK Mirror  ‘Hacktivist’ group Anonymous has declared war on Al-Qaeda and ISIS in a chilling video released by its Belgian branch. 

The video, which features someone wearing the Guy Fawkes mask and speaking with their voice obscured, explains that its members have decided to “declare war on you, the terrorists” – referring to Al-Qaeda and ISIS specifically.

“We will track you down – every last one – and will kill you,” the spokesman says. “You allowed yourselves to kill innocent people, we will therefore avenge their deaths.” The figure says that ‘hacktivists’ from around the world will track all of jihadist activities online and close down  their accounts on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook.


Freedom of speech and opinion is a non-negotiable thing – to tackle it is to attack democracy. “Expect a massive frontal reaction from us because the struggle for the defense of those freedoms is the foundation of our movement,” says the statement.

Anonymous’s pledge of vengeance follows a spate of cyberattacks on the websites of French towns, which had their homepages replaced by the ISIS flag.

Anonymous may target Jihadist websites in the same way that someone has been hacking French websites and posting the ISIS flag

Anonymous will target Jihadist websites in the same way that someone has been hacking French websites and posting the ISIS flag

“You will not impose your sharia law in our democracies, we will not let your stupidity kill our liberties and our freedom of expression. We have warned you; expect your destruction.”

The press release ends in typical Anonymous fashion: “We will track you everywhere on the planet, nowhere will you be safe. We are Anonymous. We are legion. “We do not forget. We do not forgive. Be afraid of us, Islamic State and Al Qaeda – you will get our vengeance.”


TWO young Italian women being held by the Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria beg for their lives in just-released video

Greta Ramelli and Vanessa Marzullo who defied their parents by going to Syria to volunteer as humanitarian workers in Aleppo last August, were kidnapped by ISIS savages and now say their lives are in grave danger.

(Gee…looks like ISIS has tired of them as sex slaves and now are threatening to cut off their heads in front of a worldwide audience)

Two Italian humanitarian workers kidnapped in Aleppo, Syria

UK Mirror  Italians Greta Ramelli, 20, and Vanessa Marzullo, 21, were kidnapped in Aleppo last August while volunteering in the war-torn city. Today, a video emerged of the two women dressed in black head scarves and reading an apparently scripted message to camera at an unknown location.

In it they say: “We supplicate our government and its mediators to bring us back home for Christmas. We are in big danger and we could be killed. 


“The government and its mediators are responsible for our lives.” The message appears to have been filmed more than two weeks ago, with the women holding up a hand written sign carrying the date December 17.

It’s thought Greta and Vanessa are being held by al Qaeda-affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra, rather than Islamic State, who beheaded five Western hostages in 2014.

The footage of the women has not yet been verified, and the Italian foreign ministry spokesman declined to comment tonight.