October 20, 2014

The Failure of The International Community And Islamic Leaders To Protect Minorities In Iraq And Across The Middle East

An excerpt from, "The international community is failing its obligation to protect Iraq’s persecuted minorities" by Lord Alton of Liverpool, Catholic Herald, August 12, 2014:
Almost 75 per cent of the world’s population live in countries with high levels of government restrictions on freedom of religion or belief.

Christian minorities, Mandeans, Yazidis, Baha’is, Jews and Ahmadis are among those who face unspeakable persecution. And so do Muslims.

The head of Turkey’s Directorate of Religious Affairs, Professor Dr Mehmet Gormez, told the World Islamic Scholars Peace, Moderation and Common Sense Initiative that 1,000 Muslims are being killed each day – 90 per cent of their killers are also Muslims.

Article 18 insists that everyone has the right to believe, not to believe, or to change their belief. Tell that to the elderly and sick of Mosul, unable to flee and forced to accept the uncompromising ultimatum by the Islamic State (IS) jihadists, formerly ISIS, to convert or die.
Video Title: Former Iraqi MP Ayad Jamal Al-Din: A Civil State Is the Only Solution to Combat ISIS. Source: MEMRI TV. Date Published: October 20, 2014. Description:
In a recent TV interview, former Iraqi MP Ayad Jamal Al-Din called for the establishment of a civil state in Iraq based on man-made law and equality, rather than on Islamic jurisprudence, as the only way to combat ISIS. He further said that there were thousands of mosques in the U.S. and worldwide that incited and prepared people to join ISIS. "Islam has been politicized and is used as a sword," he said in the Al-Iraqiya TV interview, which aired on October 17.
"Both the Shiite and Sunni fiqh say that the Yazidis should be killed. The Christians and the Jews are considered the People of the Book, and some include the Zoroastrians and the Sabeans, but as for the Buddhists, they should all be killed. This is according to both Shiite and Sunni fiqh. The problem lies with our fiqh, and therefore, I say that either we follow the fiqh, in which case Daesh[ISIL] is more or less right, or else we follow man-made, civil enlightened law, according to which the Yazidis are citizens just like Shiite and Sunni Muslims.

That's why Daesh are saying that they have not invented anything new, but are merely following the fiqh. The Yazidis can either become Muslims, or be sold on the market as slaves. Both the Shiite and Sunni fiqh are in agreement on this. We must make a decision whether to follow man-made civil law, legislated by the Iraqi parliament, or whether to follow the fatwas issued by Islamic jurisprudents." - Former Iraqi MP Ayad Jamal Al-Din. 

October 19, 2014

R.I.P. Serena Shim, Who Was Killed For Informing The World About Erdogan's Negative Role In Kobani

Earlier this year, when the Islamic Republic of Iran illegally arrested Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian and his wife, and falsely charged him of spying, the U.S. government and mainstream media were all over it, and rightfully so, but they're as mute as mice in the face of the murder of journalist Serena Shim by their ally in Ankara.

Shim was informing the world about ISIL's assault on Kobani and the Erdogan government feared that she knew too much about what was going on behind the scenes so they killed her.

[Video] Where's Allah, ISIS? Kobani Their Pit Of Hell, Courtesy Of The Kurds

Every warrior that falls in battle, regardless of the army he/she belongs to or the cause he/she fights for, is a martyr in the sight of God and deserves to be honoured. But the beliefs and values of ISIL fighters being what they are, it is obviously hard to like and respect them, so they're the exception to the rule.

It's one thing to be taking on the Iraqi government that is ruled by Iranian-backed Shia militias, and another thing to be attacking Kurdish female fighters who are only interested in defending their land and freedom from outsiders. And it's hard to sell the message to the world that you're fighting for God and Islam when your taking direct orders from the Turkish government and attacking Kurds day and night. Still, I don't think it's right to poke fun at the deaths of ISIL members and publish photos of their maimed faces on Twitter and social media. No one deserves that. 

Title: Where's Allah, ISIS? Kobani Their Pit Of Hell, Courtesy Of The Kurds. Source: LordSpoda. Date Published: October 19, 2014. Description:
The battle for Kobani is being played out on the world stage from the Turkish border for all to see, and the Jihadis are losing to the undermanned, under equipped Kurds. What do you think? Comment below with your thoughts.

October 17, 2014

To The Displeasure of USrahell, Turkey, Saudi Arabia And Qatar, The Kurds of Kobani Will Not Bend Their Knees To The Barbarians of ISIL

According to the Pentagon and Al Jazeera, Kobani fell a month ago. But it's a good thing the Kurdish fighters in Kobani don't listen to what the Pentagon or Al Jazeera have to say about the fate of their town.

Kobani has survived the economic and arms siege imposed on it by both Turkey and the KRG in Iraq, while at the same time successfully resisting ISIL's repeated assaults. This is a victory against the odds.

Any group that makes both the Pentagon and Al Jazeera eat their words is good in my book, no matter their socialist and radical political ideas.

Al Jazeera has supported ISIL and other like-minded terrorists in Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria. The propagandists of Al Jazeera are waging propaganda campaigns for ISIL against cities like Kobani whose residents only want to live in peace. The least that the Kurds and the people of the region can do is occupy Al Jazeera's media offices, and remind them that they do not have any power over the minds and hearts of the people and fighters in Kobani, or of any other city that is fighting ISIL.

October 16, 2014

Suck On It Obama, Kerry, And Erdogan

Mr. Kerry, the YPG does not do tragedies! It was created for victories.

An excerpt from, "The War Nerd: Nobody could have predicted Islamic State’s retreat from Kobane (except me)" by Gary Brecher, Pando Daily, October 16, 2014:
If you only read one story about what happened in Kobane, read this battle-journal kept by Heysam Mislim, a Kurdish journalist who decided to stay in the town through the siege.

What he describes is just plain heroic, and it tallies with what I saw of the phlegmatic, stoic Kurdish people in Suli. They don’t make much of a fuss about things, which is unusual in this part of the world, which could be called “The Yelling Crescent.” They don’t yell, the Kurds–but they don’t panic, either. And they held on, expecting very little from their ostensible allies—and they weren’t disappointed in that expectation, either—and waiting until the ammunition ran out, or IS brought in another batch of Chechens, Tunisians, or Iraqis too numerous to be stopped. They knew very well what would become of them when that happened. But as often happens when a force like IS cultivates a rep for insane brutality, that meant that negotiation and surrender was impossible anyway. No one was gonna be spared. There was no choice. They just fought on.

Ry Dawson - Mimi is pro Syria. Vice screwed up.

Obama's boys are wrecking shit in Syria.

Before World War II there were many Germans who weren't ideological fanatics and weren't pro-Hitler, but when they got attacked by foreigners they had no choice but to support the government or else be viewed as traitors by their countrymen, which is the sin of sins. The same thing happens in every country and in every era.

In 1980, not all Iraqis were fond of Saddam and not all Iranians loved Khomeini and his new clerical regime, but when your country is attacked, and is at war, the leader can be the devil himself and you'd still support him. And both Saddam and Khomeini knew that, so the eight-year war was very good for them.

In Syria, the Syrian people, who are generally cosmopolitan, tolerant of others, and well educated, have been given the choice of either supporting 7th century Wahhabi bloodthirsty fanatics backed by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey, or supporting the only force that is beating these bastards, which is the Assad regime. And the choice is an easy one because they want to live in the 21st century in a diverse, and culturally tolerant society.

Title: Mimi is pro Syria. Vice screwed up. Source: Ry Dawson. Date Published: October 15, 2014. Description:
Being anti war does not mean you support or don't support a particular government. It means you support the people.
Mimi also known as the "Syrian Girl."

October 15, 2014

Gas Attacks Against Kurds: From Churchill To Saddam To Baghdadi

The Monsters Who Gassed The Kurds: Winston Churchill - Saddam Hussein - Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Video Title: ISIS Butchers Attacked Kurds Around Kobane with Poison Gas in July-Mustard Gas Seen as Likely Agent. Source: Webster Tarpley Fan Channel. Date Published: October 14, 2014. Description:
Tarpley details recent report from GLORIA Think Tank of Herzliya Israel on how ISIS used chemical weapons of mass destruction.