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While we appreciate Secretary Kerry and the administration finally seeing the light on the dangers of funding and arming Syrian rebel, now manifested as ISIS, it cannot be emphasized enough that this is an ideology that the world is fighting. ISIS is not just an army or evil group but the most severe Salafi Wahhabi Deobandi force the world has seen so far.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday condemned militants from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) who executed American journalist James Foley and vowed that they would be brought to justice.
“The world must know that the United States of America will never back down in the face of such evil,” Kerry said in a statement. “[ISIS] and the wickedness it represents must be destroyed, and those responsible for this heinous, vicious atrocity will be held accountable.”
A video posted online Tuesday and later confirmed as authentic by U.S. officials shows ISIS militants decapitating Foley. The journalist had been missing since he disappeared in 2012 while covering the civil war in Syria.
In the past super powers and regional powers funded such groups for their own narrow objectives. The British funded such groups against the Sikhs in the punjab in the nineteenth century. The British funded the Saudis to fight the Ottomans in 1920’s. The US funded the Taliban against Russia. More recently US has funded or armed through allied countries like Saudi Arabia Turkey and other Gulf states the Takfiri Wahhabi Deobandi menace in Liibya and Syria. Of course there has always been blowback such Ambassador Stevens in Libya and tragically journalist James Foley in Iraq.
The jihadist who beheaded the American journalist James Foley is believed to be British born militant from London who calls himself John, it can be revealed. Intelligence agents in the UK and United States are urgently looking into reports that the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil) fighter, whose brutal actions shocked the world, is the ringleader of group of British jihadists who have specialised in hostage taking. Based in the Isil stronghold of Raqqa in Syria, ‘John’, is described as a well-educated, intelligent, but highly committed member of the extremist terror group. Operating closely with two other British born militants, the group have been dubbed ‘The Beatles’, by fellow jihadists because of their nationality. Further down we take a look at the profile of some of the Britons who have travelled to Syria and Iraq to take up arms
The Western powers have always considered this and even events like 9/11 or 7/11 to be acceptable collateral damage, the achievement of regional Geopolitical was paramount. This is evidenced by the continued support of Takfirir Salafi Wahhabi Deobandi “rebels’ in Syria and Libya.
It would be a mistake to continue this policy. In most western countries a large percentage of Muslims have been on a constant diet of Salafi Deobandi Islam. This is because of Western alliance with Takfiri Salafi state of Saudi Arabia. For example the Deobandi or Salafi faiths are five percent or less in the Muslim world while in the the United Kingdom Deobandi mosques are as much as forty percent.
This does not mean all Deobandis or Salafis are terrorists. What it does mean that there is mountains of evidence to show that young Salafis or Deobandis are vulnerable to be easy prey for an internet video. Indeed nearly all documented cases of terrorism involve Salafi or Deobandi inspiration. There maybe an odd Sufi Sunni, Shia or Christian but this would be the exception that proves the rule.
The main problem is the hate and Takfirism which is a cornerstone of the hateful Deobandi Salafi cult.
The Salafist Deobandi ideology has single-handedly destroyed everything which stands for Islam. Even the Koran has not been spared by the House of Saud. Calling this subversion of the Koran “the Wahabi Koran”, Stephen Schwartz has noted,
The Wahhabi Koran is notable in that, while Muslims believe that their sacred text was dictated by God and cannot be altered, the Saudi English version adds to the original so as to change its sense in a radical direction. For example, the opening chapter, or surah, is known as Fatiha, and is recited in Muslim daily prayer and (among non-Wahhabis) as a memorial to the dead. The four final lines of Fatiha read, in a normal rendition of the Arabic original (such as this translation by N.J. Dawood, published by Penguin Books): Guide us to the straight path, / The path of those whom You have favored, / Not of those who have incurred Your wrath, / Nor of those who have gone astray.
The Wahhabi Koran renders these lines: Guide us to the Straight Way. / The Way of those on whom You have bestowed Your Grace, not (the way) of those who have earned Your Anger (such as the Jews), nor of those who went astray (such as the Christians). The Wahhabi Koran prints this translation alongside the Arabic text, which contains no reference to either Jews or Christians.
Their enemies are Sufi Sunni, Shia, Christian and Jews. Even moderate Deobandis and Salafis are not spared. ISIS as an example will fight Al Queda and Saudi Arabia because they are more moderate Salafis/Deobandis.
The basic creed of the Salafist Deobandi cult is demonstrated here, a sheikh tearfully praying for the death of ALL Christians, Jews, Sufi Sunni and Shia (Rafidoon).
Europe is the most vulnerable with ten to twenty percent Muslim population (in many countries) and about half of it is Salafi or Deobandi. If we compare this to the Muslim countries which are victims of an enormous amount of terrorism, about five percent are Deobandi or Salafi, so the European numbers actually match the population percentage of Deobandi or Salafis in the West. In other worlds the UK or France have the same percentage of Deobandi or Salafis as does the rest of (almost hundred percent) Muslim countries.
Some news links and excerpts showing European Salafi & Deobandi inspired Jihadists joining ISIS type groups in Syria and Iraq in droves:
Ten British women are fighting in the civil war raging in Syria.
The women are thought to have joined their husbands in the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis), a hard-line Muslim faction so extreme it has been disowned by al-Qaeda.
Among the jihadists are two teenagers from Portsmouth, a Surrey woman, two Londoners and five from the north of England.
Waheed was an ordinary boy who played football and loved sci-fi movies. This year, he blew himself up in Aleppo. Abu Jamal left to join the jihadis. Tauqir is an aid worker who can never come home. This is the story of Britons risking their lives in Syria, and the families left behind
Interpol is searching for two Austrian teenage girls who they believe were tricked into going to Syria to fight for Islamist rebels.
Samra Kesinovic, 16, and Sabina Selimovic, 15, vanished from their homes in Vienna on April 10.
But the first hint their parents received as to where the girls might have gone was a spate of social media posts claiming they had gone to fight a ‘holy war’.
Missing: Samra Kesinovic and Sabinas Selimovic, r
Twin schoolgirls who followed their jihadi brother to Syria were hard-working students who hoped to train as doctors.
Sixteen-year-olds Salma and Zahra Halane, who last summer achieved 28 GCSEs between them, left their parents’ home in the middle of the night and caught a flight to Turkey, before crossing the border.
Police said the pair are thought to have followed their elder brother, who ditched his own ‘excellent’ academic career to join the ISIS terror group around a year ago.
Two teenage schoolgirls were arrested over suspected terrorism offences after police believed they were trying to fly from Britain to Syria to fight in the civil war, it was revealed today.
The 17-year-olds from London were grabbed at Heathrow airport this month amid concerns they had been radicalised and were going to become jihadists.
A senior Scotland Yard officer has also revealed 14 young Britons have been held on charges linked to the Syrian conflict in January, compared to 24 for the whole of last year.
A 16-year-old British jihadist asked his mother for a cuddle before running away to Syria to fight alongside his brother, who later died in battle alongside Islamic rebels.
Abdullah Deghayes, 18, from Brighton, is believed to have died in Kassab, in Latakia province, earlier this month after disappearing from the UK in January with his brother Jaffar, 16.
Their mother Einas Abulsayen said that the two boys left without warning, after the younger boy tricked her into thinking he needed his passport for ID at school. They were following in the footsteps, she said, of their older brother Amer, 20, who went to Syria in October with an aid convoy.