STUNNING! Tajikistan, a 98% Muslim country, cracks down on Islam in a massive government effort to drive out devotion to Allah and the jihad

ti-areaA country that is struggling to rein in their growing Muslim population has recently implemented some mandatory changes to crack down on Islamic terror and devout jihad in a way that some might find “extreme,” but in a way that should be followed by the rest of the world.

MadWorldNews  Since the 1994 election of President Emomali Rahmon, Tajikistan’s government has made a massive effort to drive out devotion to Allah and the jihad, subjugation, persecution, and oppression that comes with it — and some might say it’s working.


The Times of India reports that federal police were dispatched to personally shave nearly 13,000 Muslim men’s beards, a symbol of their religious dedication to Islam. The central Asian country forced men to line up for a quick shave, and it’s assumed that many more will come forward before the policy is completed.

However, this required grooming wasn’t the only measure the Muslim-majority’s leadership put in place. In fact, to prevent the influence of barbaric Islamic customs from neighboring Afghanistan and Pakistan, the country has been fighting Muslim culture with several controversial ordinances within the last year.

  • Last week, the parliament officially passed legislation to ban Arabic-sounding names, encouraging citizens to give their children Asian names instead.


  • In the same week, the country outlawed legal marriages between first cousins, a huge social and religious move, since around half of all marriages between Muslims are first cousins.


  • Last year, Islamic beards were banned, although only recently have they begun to crack down on offenders.


  • The government is pressuring women to relinquish hijabs, labeling wearers “prostitutes.” Law enforcement has successfully convinced over 1,700 women and girls to leave behind the oppressive, misogynistic custom.



  • Restaurants are forced to serve alcohol and cannot legally display “no alcohol” signs, arguing that such a policy violates the rights of alcohol drinkers.


  • Hajj, the yearly pilgrimage to Mecca, has been outlawed for Muslims under the age of 35 to prevent young people from being religiously influenced by such a dangerously devout Muslim country.

Entry to Makkah is banned without Hajj Permit

  • Authorities have closed independent mosques and are encouraging imams to refrain from sermons that uplift Sharia law over the country’s governance.


  • To ensure a more secular, freer republic, the Supreme Court banned the country’s only registered Islamic political party for encouraging violence and sedition.


While most Muslims around the world will stop at nothing to destroy all man-made governments and implement strict Sharia law, Tajikistan teeters on the border of freedom and religiosity, and it remains dependent upon Russia, regardless of their legal independence.

Tajikistan is a prime example of how dangerous Islam is to Muslims themselves. Although the population is 98 percent Muslim, their government is a struggling, young republic that gained independence after the Soviet Union fell. Now, they’ve realized that if they do not wish to transform into yet another 7th-century, Islamic wasteland, they must physically deter their majority from becoming devout Islamists.

Although many Muslims and ignorant apologists will cry foul about the compulsory legislation that widely targets Islamists, they fail to acknowledge that without it, Muslims absolutely cannot coexist with non-Muslims or even each other for that matter. Islam is such a tyrannical, oppressive religion that its violent and compulsory commands must be restricted, lest others fall victim to its requirements.

President Emomali Rahmon is fighting Islamic governance in Tajikistan

President Emomali Rahmon is fighting Islamic governance in Tajikistan


Islamic State (ISIS) vows to break open Saudi prisons where the bulk of al Qaeda and Islamic State supporters are reportedly detained

1022812-riseislamicstatereview-1452068002-346-640x480A day after the Islamic State appears to have staged its first ever military-style attack on Saudi Arabia, the group pledged to destroy two Saudi Arabian prisons that house jihadi detainees. The escalation comes four days after Saudi Arabia executed 47 people, including 43 that the government claims were al Qaeda militants.

VICE News  Perhaps fearing that its imprisoned fighters would be executed en-masse next, IS is setting its sights on the Saudi prison system. “The Islamic State always seeks to free prisoners,” the group said in an article posted online on Tuesday. “[THis] will not happen except with the eradication of the rule of tyrants, and then destroying their prisons and razing them to the ground.”

The message explicitly singled out the al-Ha’ir and Tarfiya prisons where the bulk of al Qaeda and Islamic State supporters are reportedly detained. That message and the escalation of attacks indicate that IS may be ramping up its efforts against Saudi Arabia.


In November, 2014 IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced that the group had established a Saudi affiliate, though it controlled no territory within the Kingdom and had yet to take responsibility for any actions there. Saudi Arabia backs groups in Syria that fight against IS, and the the Kingdom’s control of the Muslims holy sites inside the Arabian peninsula has long been considered unacceptable to both the Islamic State and its jihadi rival al Qaeda. 

The group claimed responsibility for its first attack inside the kingdom in May, 2015, killing dozens of Shi’ite worshipers at a mosque in Qadeeh. Over the summer, Saudi Arabia cracked down on allegedmembers of the group, arresting 431 individuals it said had some links to IS.


In August, IS struck again, this time hitting a mosque in Abha, by the Yemeni border. Another self-declared Islamic State province billing itself “Wiliyat Hijaz” carried out the strike, which killed 16 worshippers. And throughout the fall, IS took responsibility for a series of smaller mosque bombings across the country.

IB Times  ISIS dealt a blow in Saudi Arabia as cluster of terrorist cells planning imminent attacks were broken up in July. In August, IS struck again, this time hitting a mosque in Abha, by the Yemeni border. Another self-declared Islamic State province billing itself “Wiliyat Hijaz” carried out the strike, which killed 16 worshippers. And throughout the fall, IS took responsibility for a series of smaller mosque bombings across the country.

At least four terrorist cells were identified by Saudi authorities, including one charged with making suicide-bombing belts and another detailed to survey a unnamed foreign diplomatic mission. The extremist group and other militant organizations have long viewed the Saudi ruling family as both illegitimate and pro-Western.



SAUDI Embassy in Tehran in flames as protesters go on a rampage over Saudi execution of a Shia imam

Iranian protesters ransacked and set fire to the Saudi Embassy in Tehran after Saudi Arabia executed an outspoken Shiite cleric who had criticized the kingdom’s treatment of its Shiite minority.

D63B5E9F-94D7-4337-9527-7A651192DA7F_w640_r1_s WND  The cleric, Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, was among 47 men executed in Saudi Arabia on terrorism-related charges, drawing condemnation from Iran and its allies in the region, and sparking fears that sectarian tensions could rise across the Middle East.

In addition, a Saudi consulate in Mashad was stormed by Iranian protesters and the Saudi flag was reportedly taken down. The attacks Saturday, just hours after Saudi Arabia executed Nimr al-Nimr, a top Shi’ite cleric along with 46 others in 12 different cities. Some were killed by firing squad, while others were beheaded amid strong protests by the Iranian government.


Most of the 47 executed were convicted of Al-Qaida attacks in Saudi Arabia a decade ago, but four, including prominent cleric Nimr, were Shi’ite Muslims accused of shooting policemen during anti-government protests in recent years.

The executions coincided with increased attacks in Saudi Arabia by the jihadists of the Islamic State and an escalating rivalry between the Sunni monarchy and Shiite Iran that is playing out in conflicts in Syria, Yemen and elsewhere. Sheikh Nimr was an outspoken critic of the Saudi monarchy and was adopted as a symbolic leader by Shiite protesters in several Persian Gulf countries during the Arab Spring uprisings.


A HEAD FOR A HEAD? Local Afghan militia group beheads four Islamic State (ISIS) jihadists

Local village militia members loyal to a powerful Afghan lawmaker beheaded four Islamic State fighters and placed their severed heads on the side of a main road in eastern Afghanistan.


Irish Times  The killings in Achin district of the eastern province of Nangarhar highlighted the increasingly brutal violence of the fight between Islamic State and rival groups, ranging from local militias to the Taliban. Islamic State has made inroads in several districts of the province as they try to build strength and replace the hardline Taliban insurgents.


Dozens of members of a local militia force loyal to Haji Zahir, deputy speaker of parliament, have been battling both Taliban and Islamic State militants in the district for weeks.
Islamic State militants first captured four fighters from the militia, known as Pasoon or “Uprising” and beheaded them. The militias then retaliated, Zahir told reporters. “Do you think if they behead you, you cook them sweets?” Zahir asked.


Ataullah Khoqani, spokesman for the provincial governor said US-trained Afghan government forces were not involved in the incident, adding that the incident is being investigated.

In a sign of the growing reach of Islamic State, militants have taken to the airwaves in a radio show called “Voice of the Caliphate” in Nangarhar to win recruits among young Afghans. Last week, local authorities said they had blocked the broadcast but Zahir said the 90-minute daily Pashto language broadcast was still operational.


Islamic State is relatively a new force in Afghanistan and there is some dispute about how strong it is, how many members it commands and how closely they are linked operationally to the movement’s main arm in Iraq and Syria

Last week, the commander of international forces in the country, US General John Campbell, said there were between 1,000 to 3,000 members of the movement in Afghanistan and he said its influence would spread if left unchecked.



Remember how a viral email convinced you that there are no Muslims in Japan?

At least 12 people have been wounded in clashes that erupted between Turkish Muslim nationals and Kurds outside the Turkish embassy in Tokyo, Japan,  after Kurds tried to display the flag of a pro-Kurdish party.


Japan Times “I was attacked by Turks all of a sudden while I was in a car with my friends,” a Kurdish man whose shirt had been torn off told broadcaster TBS in front of the embassy, which was heavily guarded by police.

 Footage of the incident showed police interrupting the scuffles between Turks and Kurds in front of the diplomatic mission in the Japanese capital city of Tokyo on Sunday. Two police officers were among those injured in the confrontations. The clashes erupted amid the Turkish army’s military campaign against members of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).


NHK quoted a Kurdish man who saw the clashes as saying about 10 young men including Turks and Kurds were already fighting each other in a parking lot at around 6 a.m. NHK also quoted a Turkish man who witnessed the fight around the same time as saying Kurds escalated the fight by shouting profanities at the Turks.

Some 3,600 Turkish Muslim citizens are reportedly residing in Japan. A toy store near the embassy was temporarily closed due to safety concerns for children.


UAE (United Arab Emirates) to Britain: “Crack down on the Muslim Brotherhood or you can forget our multi-billion pound arms deals with you”

tianamericanswhitehouseprotest-viThe United Arab Emirates threatened to block multi billion-pound arms deals with the UK, stop inward investment and cut intelligence cooperation if David Cameron did not act against the Muslim Brotherhood. The UAE has declared the Muslim Brotherhood and its front groups, i.e., CAIR, ISNA, MAS, Islamic Relief UK, Muslim Association of Britain, and more, as terrorist organizations.

The British people demand support for the Muslim Brotherhood end

The British people understand the threat the Muslim  Brotherhood poses, too bad their leaders do not

The Guardian (h/t Joel I)   Internal UAE government documents seen by the Guardian show that the crown prince of Abu Dhabi was briefed to complain to the prime minister about the Muslim Brotherhood in June 2012, when one of its leading members, Mohamed Morsi, became Egyptian president. In the briefing notes it was suggested that the crown prince demand Cameron rein in BBC coverage.

In return, Cameron was to be offered lucrative arms and oil deals for British business which would have generated billions of pounds for the jet divisions of BAE Systems and allowed BP to bid to drill for hydrocarbons in the Gulf.


A second set of papers from 2014 reveal that the UK’s ambassador to the UAE was warned that the UAE was still unhappy and that a “red flag” had been raised about the British government’s indifference to the Brotherhood’s operation.

The warning delivered to Dominic Jermey said the trust between the two nations “has been challenged due to the UK position towards the Muslim Brotherhood” because “our ally is not seeing it as we do: an existential threat not just to the UAE but to the region”.

A trio of the UK’s closest allies in the Arab world – Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE – have complained that London is a base for the Muslim Brotherhood, which began and developed in Egypt and has since spread around the world. These Arab nations have all outlawed the Brotherhood and accused it of links to terrorism. The Muslim Brotherhood denies this, saying it is a peaceful political movement.


The UAE’s internal foreign office papers claim the Muslim Brotherhood is “ingrained” in British society, and characterise the group as a potential fifth column which has “been masterful in working undercover and presenting themselves in a veneer of moderation”.

The issue is likely to have been raised this week by the visiting Egyptian president, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, who launched a brutal crackdown on the Islamists after ousting President Morsi. Sisi has banned the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, which he branded a terrorist organization.


On the day Sisi arrived in Britain, the Foreign Office confirmed the key findings of an independent review of the Islamist group would be published. The review, by Sir John Jenkins, Britain’s former ambassador to Saudi Arabia, was commissioned almost two years ago but publication had been repeatedly put off because of concerns that it would trigger a court challenge.

In response to the non-action on the issue dozens of British military advisers to the UAE armed forces were sent home when the UAEdid not renew their contracts.

David Cameron’s investigation of the Muslim Brotherhood essentially went nowhere.


TURKISH Government says ISIS was behind deadly terrorist attack on Kurdish supporters but Kurds blame the Turkish government

Smart money is on the increasingly Islamofascist Turkish government being behind it. After all, Turkey has been one of the Islamic State’s strongest supporters against Assad, allowing ISIS jihadists to pass freely in and out of Syria via Turkey and has facilitated arms shipments to ISIS fighters from Libya.

Terrifying: Peaceful demonstrators at the pro-Kurdish rally react as the powerful blast (pictured) goes off behind them

Peaceful demonstrators at the pro-Kurdish rally react as the powerful blast (pictured) goes off behind them Turkey suffered its worst terrorist attack on Saturday, with an official tally of 97 killed — a figure that a leading opposition party puts at 128. Twin bomb blasts in the capital of Ankara came at a time when tensions were already running high, as the Syrian war rages to the country’s south, a rekindled battle with Kurdish militants claims lives on an almost daily basis and the nation enters the last stretch of a fraught general election campaign.

Demonstrators confront riot police following explosions during a peace march in Ankara,
Demonstrators confront riot police following explosions during a peace march in Ankara

Turkey’s political stability is deteriorating as violence spreads from the border region and the Kurdish south east to the heart of Ankara. A country that was not long ago focused on a bid to join the EU is instead becoming infected by the turmoil in the Middle East.

There are no satisfactory answers, as yet, and there may never be. The government on Monday pointed to ISIS as the most likely culprit, and said authorities were close to identifying one of the bombers. It had previously mentioned the banned Kurdistan Workers party, or PKK, as another possibility.


But some opposition figures, including the pro-Kurdish Peoples Democratic Party, or HDP, blame the government for at the very least failing to do enough to prevent the attack and, allegedly, taking a passive stance towards Isis. The jihadi group appears to be more focused on attacking Kurdish leftists — in Turkey as well as in Iraq and Syria — than engaging in a fight with the Turkish state. 

Those killed at Saturday’s peace rally include many HDP activists and several of the party’s candidates for November’s elections. The government rejects all such criticism.

No mercy: Mourners who tried to lay flowers at the site of the double explosion this morning were dispersed by riot police this morning

NO MERCY: Mourners who tried to lay flowers at the site of the double explosion this morning were dispersed by riot police this morning

Turkey’s recent past is disfigured by violence, notably a dirty war between the PKK and the state, which reached a peak in the 1990s. After more than a decade of relative calm, the war in Syria appears to have accelerated the killing.

There has been a surge in violence amid Turkey’s current political stalemate. Two days before June 7 elections, two bomb blasts at an HDP rally in Diyarbakir, the heartland of Kurdish Turkey, killed four people. Another bomb aimed at Kurds in the border town of Suruc in July killed 33, an attack for which the government blamed ISIS, although the jihadi group has never claimed responsibility.


According to some Turkish media reports, one of the perpetrators of Suruc and the alleged suicide bomber behind the Ankara blasts were brothers, both Turkish nationals who had fought for ISIS in Syria. 

The government has again been accused of taking an authoritarian stance in the wake of Saturday’s Ankara bombings, using tear gas on survivors, imposing a (widely disregarded) ban on reporting the attack and, according to many Turkish users, blocking or slowing down Twitter, which many opposition activists rely on to exchange information.


PAYBACK TIME? Stampede at Mecca kills more than 700, injures 800+ at the annual Hajj in Saudi Arabia

At least 717 ‘pilgrims’ have been crushed to death and more than 800 hurt in a stampede of pilgrims in one of the worst incidents in years to hit the Muslim Hajj in Saudi Arabia. And this happened just 2 weeks after a crane collapse killed 109 there.

Saudi Arabia has been widely condemned, even in the Arab world, for refusing to take in any of the Muslim refugees fleeing Syria, despite having huge air-conditioned tents with kitchens and plumbing that are used to accommodate more than 3 million people for the Hajj. Looks like they’ll have room for 717 more now.


UK Daily Mail  Saudi Arabia’s civil defence service said rescue operations were under way after the stampede in Mina, where almost two million pilgrims were taking part in the last major rite of the Hajj.

Pictures showed a horrific scene, with scores of bodies – the men dressed in the simple terry cloth garments worn during Hajj – lying amid crushed wheelchairs and water bottles along a sunbaked street.


Survivors assessed the scene from the top of roadside stalls near white tents as rescue workers in orange and yellow vests combed the area, placing victims on stretchers and desperately trying to resuscitate others. The disaster comes just two weeks after a construction crane collapsed at Mecca’s Grand Mosque, Islam’s holiest site, killing 109 people. 

Pilgrims had converged on Mina just outside Mecca on Thursday to throw pebbles at one of three walls representing Satan, the symbolic ‘stoning of the devil’ that marks the last day of the event. 


The civil defence service said that it was still counting the dead, who included pilgrims from different countries and that at least 863 people had also been hurt.  Iran said at least 43 of its citizens were dead and accused Saudi Arabia of safety errors that caused the accident.

But a Saudi minister blamed the pilgrims themselves, saying they had not followed the rules laid out by authorities.


‘Many pilgrims move without respecting the timetables’ set for the Hajj, Health Minister Khaled al-Falih told El-Ekhbariya television.

‘If the pilgrims had followed instructions, this type of accident could have been avoided,’ he said, vowing a ‘rapid and transparent’ investigation.


The stampede began at around 9am (6am GMT), shortly after the civil defence service said on Twitter it was dealing with a ‘crowding’ incident in Mina, about three miles from Mecca.  

A Sudanese pilgrim in Mina said this year’s Hajj was the most poorly organised of four he had attended. ‘People were already dehydrated and fainting’ before the stampede, said the pilgrim.


In the past, the pilgrimage was for years marred by stampedes and fires, but it had been largely incident-free for nearly a decade following safety improvements. In January 2006, 364 pilgrims were killed in a stampede during the stoning ritual in Mina. 

Thursday’s ritual was taking place at a five-storey structure known as the Jamarat Bridge, which cost more than $1billion to build and was used during earlier pilgrimages.


Almost one kilometre long, it resembles a parking garage and allows 300,000 pilgrims an hour to carry out the ritual.

The faithful had gathered until dawn Thursday at nearby Muzdalifah where they chose their pebbles and stored them in empty water bottles.


Yesterday, they had spent a day of prayer on a vast Saudi plain and Mount Arafat, a rocky hill about 10 kilometres from Mina, for the peak of the Hajj pilgrimage.

The flow of exhausted pilgrims was so big that Saudi security forces had to form a human chain along the roads of the vast Arafat plain while a jets of water were sprayed on the huge crowds to keep them cool amid searing heat. 



Oh, BOO HOO…Young jihadi suicide bomber in Syria breaks into tears right before he goes KABOOM!

The frightened Muslim jihadist, Jafar al-Tayyar from Uzbekistan, is seen being comforted by his fellow Muslim savages moments before he launches his deadly attack on the shi’ite town of Fua in Idlib Province – an Assad regime stronghold.


UK Mirror  A jihadist suicide bomber was filmed breaking down in tears before being sent to his death in war-torn Syria.  After he climbs into the explosives-packed armoured personnel carrier, the young man starts sobbing.

An fellow militant says: “Jafar, my brother, don’t be afraid. When you are scared, remember Allah,” the militant says. “I’m just scared I won’t succeed,” al-Tayyar tells his fellow militants.


But the footage shows he does succeed – and an earth-shattering explosion rocks the camera at the end of the video. It is not known how many people were killed and injured in the blast.

The video’s narrator says he is the “first volunteer mujahid (jihad fighter) of Mawarannahr,” a term used by some jihadists to refer to an area of Central Asia corresponding approximately with modern-day Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, southern Kyrgyzstan and southwest Kazakhstan.

Flashing the ISIS one-finger salute

Flashing the ISIS one-finger salute

He was a fighter for the Imam Bukhari Jamaat, an Uzbek-led faction fighting alongside the Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Nusra Front, reports Radio Liberty. Terror groups, including ISIS, frequently use foreign-born fighters in suicide bomb attacks.


SWITZERLAND: Turks use vehicle jihad to plow down Kurds in the street

Sorry, I listed this as Turkey originally, it actually happened in Bern, Switzerland. Turks and Kurds have been at each others throats for years, reflecting the age old hatred Turks have for the Kurds. Now the Turks seem to be stepping up their street brawls by running down Kurds with cars.

Coming soon to a European Muslim ‘refugee’ welcome town near you.

h/t Cathari5


SHOCKING NEW VIDEO (see below) released by the Islamic State (ISIS) shows 4 prisoners chained upside down and then savagely burned to death


A new video released by the Islamic State shows four Iraqi Shia men accused of spying chained upside down above a fire and burned to death in Anbar, Iraq.

The video is titled “Punish With An Equivalent Of That With Which You Were Harmed.” The title of the video comes from Qur’anic verse 16:126:

And if you punish [an enemy, O believers], punish with an equivalent of that with which you were harmed. But if you are patient – it is better for those who are patient.

HEAVY ISIS jihadists have burnt to death four Iraqi men by chaining them upside down and setting fire to a trail of petrol that engulfed them in flames. The four men, who are chained around their wrists and ankles, are forced to watch as the flames lick towards them after a  masked ISIS militant used a large torch to set fire to them.


It is the latest horrific propaganda video to be released by the brutal jihadi group. Forced to wear orange boiler suits, the four prisoners each introduce themselves to the camera, giving their names and a brief description of their role in fighting ISIS.


Underneath the men, a line of fuel has been poured and slight patches of straw have been added in preparation for the flames.  The video shows slow motion footage as the fire begins to burn up the line of fuel, heading rapidly towards the men, who have been doused in accelerant.


The men scream and writhe as the fire gets closer. Various angles are filmed of the murder.


The Independent reports: “Dr Andreas Krieg, an expert on the Middle East from King’s College’s Department of Defence Studies, told The Independent that the new video was unlike previous ISIS releases designed to “terrorise a global audience and attract fanatics”. He said that Shia militias, often with the support of Iran and employed by the Iraqi government, have been committing atrocities “of the same scale as ISIS” since 2003.”


The men quickly succumb to an agonizing death.


Prior to their deaths, the prisoners are made to watch several videos showing the mutilation of the bodies of dead ISIS fighters by members of the Iraqi army and allied Shi’a militias.

One video shows the corpse of a dead jihadi hanging upside down as several soldiers, thought to be members of the Iraqi army, watch as the body is set on fire. The prisoners are also shown footage of Abu Azrael hacking the flesh off the body of a charred ISIS fighter. He is shown using a large sword to carve at the dead body and turns to the camera, saying: ‘ISIS this will be your fate, we will cut you like shawarma.



Will the Islamic State (ISIS) use horses in their next barbaric execution?

Ominous warning about new video soon to be released by the Islamic State featuring prisoners surrounded by jihadists on horseback.


UK Daily Mail  A poster for the forthcoming video shows prisoners wearing orange jumpsuits surrounded by a framework of poles and militants gathered on horses. It was posted with a warning the bloodthirsty group are planning to reveal a ‘new killing style’ – in addition to the varying types of executions it already carries out across Iraq and Syria.

Talley Ho?

Tally Ho?

ISIS rarely release such videos in full without warning – they instead prefer to drip feed the release in order to gain exposure. The image surfaced on social media ahead of an impending release of the full execution video, it was claimed, with the word ‘soon’ written on in Arabic on the poster.

Perhaps they will use horses as good ol’ prophet Mo used camels, tying the legs and arms of a victim to two camels and having the camels run in opposite directions, tearing the victim apart. (See video below)


Several “U.S.-trained Syrian rebels” captured by al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria

Captured? Or just recruited by the al-Qaeda linked al-Nusra Front to fight Bashar Assad in Syria? Imagine all the strategic information this terror group will be getting from these American military-trained fighters.

Either way, the Obama regime claims to be training, funding, and arming these so-called ‘rebels’ allegedly to fight ISIS, but in actuality, the goal is is to take down the Assad government.