ISLAMIC STATE (ISIS) terrorists want to impregnate Yazidi women to eliminate blonde-haired, blue-eyed bloodline


Fears are growing for the 300 Yazidi women reportedly kidnapped by Islamic State fighters last week amid claims they would be used to bear children to break up the ancient sect’s bloodline. The minority group is originally Aryan and has retained a fairer complexion, blonde hair and blue eyes by only marrying within the community.

UK Daily Mail  But in a furious bid to convert all non-Muslims, ISIS jihadists have vowed to impregnate the hostages. Some 45,000 Yazidi refugees have finally been able to escape from Mount Sinjar after U.S. air strikes and a fightback by Kurdish forces appeared to have broken the ten-day siege by Islamic militants.

However, as the women remain trapped, Kurdish militia are calling on Western forces to give them arms rather than plotting rescue missions.

Addressing the kidnapping, Adnan Kochar, chairman of the Kurdish Cultural Centre in London, told MailOnline: ‘The Kurds and Yazidis are originally Aryans. But because the Yazidis are such a closed community they have retained a fairer complexion, blonder hair and bluer eyes. They don’t marry non-Yazidis.




While the world is focused on Iraq, the Islamic State (ISIS) seizes more territory in Syria (WARNING: Graphic)

azazIslamic State Twitter accounts report a major victory in Syria, bringing the jihadist group closer to the Turkish border – and an ancient town associated with the countdown to Armageddon.

Channel 4 (h/t Maria J)  Accounts verified as official Islamic State accounts, those belonging to Islamic State fighters and pro-Islamic State accounts tweeted that the towns of Akhtarin, Al-Masoudiya and Turkmen Barah had been taken overnight.


Militant fighters are reported to have beaten fighters from the extremist Islamic Front and more moderate Free Syrian Army to take the towns. The significance is how far west into Syria this puts Islamic State fighters, and how close they now are to the Turkish border.


Advancing across the west will enable Islamic State to “choke off” supplies reaching rebels across the Turkish borders. There is also speculation that foreign fighters heading to the Syrian civil war through the Turkish border will be drawn into the Islamic State’s ranks.

The advance into the north and west of Syria shows confidence and stronger control of the Islamic State’s territory, Shiraz Maher, an expert in Iraq and Syria in the War Studies department at King’s College London told Channel 4 News.

The group had previously controlled a town just 20 miles from the Turkish border last year, Azaz, but was “badly beaten” by the Free Syrian Army and withdrew.




Mr Maher told Channel 4 News: “Back then they (Islamic State) were not so well connected in terms of their land, Azaz was a bit of an outpost. “This allowed the FSA to surround them and beat them up.”


Since then Islamic State has made enormous gains in Iraq – and in doing so took large stockpiles of US-made weaponry that had belonged to the Iraqi army. This weaponry was quickly moved across the border into Syria.

Mr Maher said the militants were clever in getting the weapons out of Iraq – where it was feared they might face a Western-backed offensive in which they could lose their new arsenal – and into Syria where it was expected the US and other allies would not venture.


Since the fall of Mosul, and the subsequent international attention on Iraq, the Islamic State has made advances through northern Syria – but has also been consolidating the areas it controls. “What they have now provides more of a corridor into the northern Aleppo countryside,” Mr Maher said. “That is important.”

It is thought that the Islamic State may now be planning a return to Azaz. If they do so they will likely capture an important border crossing at Bab al-Salam. As well as stifling supplies and gaining foreign fighters, this could also be very lucrative for Islamic State.


“You generate large revenue if you control the border crossing,” Mr Maher said. “Goods come through and the people bringing them through have to grease the palms of certain people. “If you are at the border you can also direct those goods into your own areas.”

Between Akhtarin and Azaz there is another town whose significance to Islamist fighters is as much symbolic as it is strategic: Dabiq. The town is mentioned in a hadith (report of the deeds, teachings and sayings of the Prophet Mohammed) as a place where a great battle or “malahim” will be fought between two armies.


This “malahim” is equivalent to Armageddon in Christian teachings – a battle that will herald the destruction of the world. The importance of this is how it feeds into the romance of Islamic State’s jihadi mission. The group has used slick videos and social media to appeal to young men who believe, as Mr Maher puts it, that they are “on the cusp of history.”

This is reflected in how Islamic State’s glossy magazine, which reports victories, the destruction of shrines, and punishment of those who have not obeyed Islamic State’s interpretation of shariah law, is named after Dabiq.

Islamic State accounts have referred to how the “malahim” is coming, referring to the Muslim’s enemy as the armies of the West, or the US.

Two more public crucifixions by ISIS in Syria:


Yazidi member of Iraqi Parliament, Fiyan Dakheel, (of the Kurdistan Alliance) collapses in tears after calling upon humanity to rescue the Yazidis from genocide by Sunni Muslims

ISIS is depriving the Yazidis of water in northern Iraq. It is nothing short of genocide. Iraqi Yazidis stranded on isolated mountaintop begin to die of thirst. Yet Obama is silent. The UN is silent. 


Washington Post  (h/t Gateway Pundit) Stranded on a barren mountaintop, thousands of minority Iraqis are faced with a bleak choice: descend and risk slaughter at the hands of the encircled Sunni extremists or sit tight and risk dying of thirst. Humanitarian agencies said Tuesday that between 10,000 and 40,000 civilians remain trapped on Mount Sinjar since being driven out of surrounding villages and the town of Sinjar two days earlier. But the mountain that had looked like a refuge is becoming a graveyard for their children.

Unable to dig deep into the rocky mountainside, displaced families said they have buried young and elderly victims of the harsh conditions in shallow graves, their bodies covered with stones. Iraqi government planes attempted to airdrop bottled water to the mountain on Monday night but reached few of those marooned.

Yazidi women who fled the violence in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar sit Tuesday at a school where they are taking shelter, in the city of Dohuk in Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.

Yazidi women who fled the violence in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar sit Tuesday at a school where they are taking shelter, in the city of Dohuk in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.

“There are children dying on the mountain, on the roads,” said Marzio Babille, the Iraq representative for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). “There is no water, there is no vegetation, they are completely cut off and surrounded by Islamic State. It’s a disaster, a total disaster.”

Most of those who fled Sinjar are from the minority Yazidi sect, which melds parts of ancient Zoroastrianism with Christianity and Islam. They are considered by the al-Qaeda-inspired Islamic State to be devil worshippers and apostates. READ MORE

Dakheel pleads with her fellow lawmakers:

“Mr. Speaker we are being butchered under the banner of There is no God but Allah. Until now 500 men and boys have been butchered… Please, Mr. Speaker allow me to finish. My family is being butchered… I am speaking here in the name of humanity. Please Save Us! Please Save Us!


IRAQ: ISIS’s latest mass executions of approx. 1,500 Shiite young men

ISIS has released a new video of Iraqis whom they executed in cold blood, According to the video description, the place of the incident was Tikrit, and the victims are described as Rafidis, which include Shiites, Iranians, Alawites.

Mercifully, the horrendous music audio has been turned off but it looks like the victims are pleading for their lives.



PAKISTANI MUSLIM savages murder 3 female family members because of an allegedly blasphemous Facebook post

face_mwnA Pakistani mob has killed a woman and two of her granddaughters after a member of their religious sect was accused of posting ‘blasphemous’ material on Facebook. The dead, who include a seven-year-old girl and her baby sister, were Ahmadis, a religious sect who consider themselves Muslim, but who are condemned as heretics by others. Pakistani law considers them to not be proper Muslims.

Washington Post  Sometime on Sunday, an image of a semi-nude woman atop a holy monument in Mecca materialized on the Facebook page of an 18-year-old man belonging to an Islamic religious minority, the Ahmadi.


News quickly filtered through the majority community, the New York Times reports. The marauders first numbered in the hundreds, but soon swelled to encompass about 1,000 members who looted, threw stones and set multiple houses ablaze in the eastern Pakistani city of Gujranwala.

The Facebook post, they said, was “blasphemous” — and someone was going to pay. But ultimately, it wouldn’t be the young man, Aqib Saleem, who was left unharmed in in the riots. It would be the women. It would be one Ahmadi grandmother. It would be her two Ahmadi granddaughters — one age 7, the other just 8 months old. They had been trapped inside one of the burning buildings and died there of smoke inhalation, according to the New York Times. And it would be the unborn child of another Ahmadi woman, who had been pregnant seven months and miscarried during the riots.


In a religiously intolerant Muslim country, where an accusation of blasphemy can ignite riots against religious minorities, it was unclear Tuesday morning whether the mob had its facts right. Observers suspected the teen’s password had been stolen and someone had surreptitiously planted the “blasphemous” picture.

“The people who were killed were not even indirectly accuse of blasphemy charges,” explained the chairman of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan in an interview with the Times. “Their only fault was that they were Ahmadis. Torching women and children in their house simply because of their faith represents brutalization and barbarianism stooping to new levels.”

Pakistani students gather to demonstrate against a Facebook page amid anger over a page on the social networking site which encourages users to post images of Islam's Prophet Muhammad

But there’s nothing necessarily new about such “brutalization.” Accusations of blasphemy play a dark role in Pakistani society, abetted by a politically popular law that can prescribe death for insulting Islam. Often manipulated to suppress religious minorities and settle scores,human rights groups say accusations of blasphemy can lead to lengthy prison terms, a death sentence, and vigilante killings — regardless of evidence. Human Rights Watch reports that “thousands” have been charged under the blasphemy law since its implementation, and 18 people are on Pakistani death row for it.

Others, however, never make it to court.


“There is a fanaticism and intolerance in society, and such people never consider whether their accusation is right or wrong,” Rashid Rehman, an attorney who has defended those accused of blasphemy, told the BBC earlier this year. Rehman, who was shot dead at his office in May for apparently taking blasphemy cases, said it was like “walking into the jaws of death. … People kill for 50 rupees. So why should anyone hesitate to kill in a blasphemy case?”

Some will also not hesitate to kill to protect the blasphemy laws themselves, which General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq passed in the 1980s in an effort to unify the country under one religious banner.

 According to Reuters, there was only one accusation of blasphemy in 2011, but in 2013, there were at least 68. Already this year, around 100 people have been accused of blasphemy.


IRAN: Christian sentenced to have his lips burnt with a cigarette for eating in the daytime during Ramadan

The barbaric punishment was carried out in public in a square in the city of Kermanshah. Five other Muslim men were also flogged in public with 70 lashes for not fasting during during the month of Ramadan.


UK Daily Mail (h/t Susan K)  A spokesperson from The National Council of Resistance of Iran, a political coalition which opposes the government, denounced the treatment as ‘savage’ and called on western countries to take action.

They said: ‘The silence of the world community, especially of western countries, vis-à-vis these medieval punishments under the excuse of having nuclear talks with Iran has intensified the brutal and systematic violation of human rights in Iran. ‘This will ultimately embolden the Iranian regime to continue its nuclear projects more than before.’

But earlier this year the UN blasted Iran for the persecution of Christians in a damning report laid bare to the world in March.

There are an estimated 250,000 Christians in Iran’s 76 million strong population. They all face torture, imprisonment or the death sentence under Sharia law for not observing Islamic religious festivals and dress codes.

This man was whipped for drinking water during the day during the Muslim month of Ramadan

IN IRAN, this man was whipped for drinking water during the day during the Muslim month of Ramadan



HAMAS is using donkey bombs against the IDF

images-1On the evening of July 18, Israeli Defense Forces operating in the Rafah area spotted an explosives-laden donkey approaching their position. The soldiers opened fire, causing the explosives to detonate. This is just one of the many ways Muslims are known to abuse animals.

IDF  Sending an animal to its death to serve terrorist purposes may seem shocking, but last night certainly wasn’t the first time Palestinian terrorists adopted this despicable tactic.

Up-to-date ISA intelligence alerted the IDF that terror organizations in the Gaza Strip intend to strap explosives to animals and send them in the direction of ground forces. On the night of July 18, there was at least one such attempt, in which a donkey suspiciously began to approach forces. The forces approached the donkey and it exploded at a safe distance, whereas no injuries were sustained by the IDF as a result.

This cruel incident is the most recent attempt by Gaza terror organizations to make such an abominable use of animals as explosives couriers. The IDF first encountered an animal-borne terrorist attack in June 1995, when a Palestinian terrorist rode an explosives-laden donkey cart toward an IDF position west of Khan Yunis and detonated the explosives. The terrorist and the donkey were killed, but the soldiers were left unscathed. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.

During the Second Intifada, Hamas and other terrorist organizations stepped up their exploitation of animals for the purposes of terror. In 2001, a terrorist rode a bomb-laden donkey cart toward an IDF position in the southern Gaza Strip and set detonated the charge. In 2003, a Palestinian terrorist strapped a bomb to a donkey and then exploded it remotely on the road between Jerusalem and Gush Etzion. No humans were injured in the attack.


In June 2009, Palestinian terrorists approached the Karni crossing, located between Gaza and Israel, with several horses carrying mines and explosives. In May 2010, terrorists in Gaza detonated a donkey cart loaded with explosives near the border fence.

Most of these attacks involved donkeys and horses carrying carts loaded with explosives. However, IDF soldiers in the field reported multiple incidents where Hamas terrorists had strapped explosive belts to dogs.


ALGERIA: Young Muslim men entertain themselves by setting a little donkey on fire.

SYRIA: Donkey beheadings.

SYRIA: Muslims killing donkeys and horses for fun.


Limb amputation for stealing required by Sharia Law now is being practiced in a Philadelphia mosque

Masjid Ar-Razaqq Ul-Karim mosque on 63rd Street

Masjid Ar-Razaqq Ul-Karim mosque on 63rd Street

Police say a leader at a west Philadelphia mosque is under arrest after he was accused of trying to chop off the hand of a mosque member he suspected of stealing money from prayer jars.

Merv Mitchell, also known as Mabul Shoatz

Merv Mitchell, also known as Mabul Shoatz

The Inquirer  (h/t Jennifer L) Merv Mitchell, 37, was arrested Thursday night when police executed a search warrant at Masjid Ar-Razaqq Ul-Karim in the 1100 block of North 63d Street, said Lt. John Walker of Southwest Detectives. The attack happened after a prayer service Monday morning. Mitchell, also known as Mabul Shoatz, accused the 46-year-old mosque member of the theft.

Screen-Shot-2014-02-28-at-1.23.18-PM handy

The accused immediately denied it, but to no avail. Mitchell and the mosque’s imam carried the accused down a flight of stairs to the backyard of the mosque, a converted house, where Mitchell also lives, Walker said.

They put the victim’s wrist on a log, and Mitchell “swung at his wrist, cut through his skin, and cut his tendons, but didn’t make it all the way” because the blade was dull, Walker said. The victim was treated at Mercy Philadelphia Hospital and will require reconstructive surgery.

Mitchell was charged with aggravated assault, criminal conspiracy, and related offenses. Police found the machete during the search. Walker said police would obtain an arrest warrant for the imam, a 35-year-old man whose name was not released.


Moochelle Obama’s #BringBackOurGirls Twitter campaign mocked by Boko Haram leader


Three months after the kidnapping of hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls, the Islamic militant leader behind the abduction surfaced in a video Sunday with a defiant and dismissive message. “‘Bring Back Our Girls.’ Ooooh! Bring back our army,” he says on the video, jeering at the Nigerian military.

CBS News  For 90 days the families of the more than 200 girls had hoped for good news. Instead, their hopes were met with scorn in a new video from Boko Haram leader Abubaker Shekau, who mocks the “Bring Back Our Girls” campaign.

The social media campaign quickly drew worldwide attention to the plight of the Chibok schoolgirls. But just as quickly, it faded from the global spotlight. And in that time Boko Haram has stepped up its terror campaign. In the new video, Shekau claims responsibility for a June bomb blast in the capital, Abuja, which left 21 dead.


SEATTLE: Muslim convert uses Gay app to hook up with and murder homosexuals with Islamic names

After undergoing jihadist training in California, Ali Muhammad Brown, 30, found his victims by using ‘Grindr’ – an application popular among Gays for hooking up. Following his Islamic faith which calls for executing homosexuals, Brown murdered Ahmed Said, 27, and Dwone Anderson-Young, 23, in cold blood.


Detectives say Said was shot multiple times in the face at close range and also in the back, as was Anderson-Young. There was no evidence of a struggle, the victims were not armed, and there`s no evidence it was motivated by robbery, drugs or any other crime. While no motive has been listed in the charges against Brown, police believe the two men were attacked simply because their sexual orientation offended Brown’s Muslim beliefs.

In the charging documents, police said they linked Brown to the slayings after finding his fingerprints and three spent 9mm shell casings inside Said’s car. The suspect is still at large.



























SYRIA: Eight men accused of apostasy (aka not supporting Islamic jihadists) killed and crucified

Eight Muslims accused of apostasy were executed and crucified by ISIS in Dayr Ḥāfir (دير حافر‎) a town in the Aleppo Governorate, Syria. In other words, ISIS killed these men and left their corpses hanging in a public place because they were not the followers of fundamentalist Islam approved by ISIS.


BG  As we have seen in the video of truck drivers executed in the Anbar Province of Iraq, ISIS members have a series of religious questions only a Salafi fanatic deeply submerged in the Sunni religion would be able to answer. The inability to answer them correctly signifies to them that you are not a Sunni and that’s the grounds for execution on the grounds of you being the apostate.


The truck drivers, who in an attempt to save their lives told ISIS that they were Sunni, were asked how they performed each of the prayers: morning, midday and evening. The drivers were unable to properly describe the rites of Sunnis and were all shot.

This is of course not the first time we’ve seen ISIS utilizing crucifixion in Syria. In May, ISIS crucified two men in Raqqa  and a few weeks later they crucified a boy for rape and theft.



NIGERIAN engineer forced into a mental institution for rejecting Islam


What is that Muslims always tell us – there is no compulsion in Islam? A Nigerian man has been sent to a mental institute in Kano state after he declared that he did not believe in Allah. Mubarak Bala, 29, is said to have been forcibly medicated by his Muslim relatives, despite being given a clean bill of health by a doctor.

Kano is a mainly Muslim state and adopted Sharia (Islamic law) in 2000.  The IHEU says that when Mr Bala told relatives he did not believe in Allah, they asked a doctor if he was mentally ill. Despite being told that he was not unwell, Mr Bala’s family then went to a second doctor, who declared that his atheism was a side-effect of suffering a personality change, the group says.