An investigation into the Indonesian’s medical background revealed he was already aware that he was suffering from Aids before joining ISIS in Syria last September, according to the local activist group Sound And Picture.
As a result the jihadi was sentenced to death on charges of knowingly ‘harming’ ISIS members by volunteering to donate his blood to injured fighters.
Another investigation focussed on all the other ISIS fighters who had raped the helpless Yazidi sex slave and identified at least two Saudi nationals who were also infected with the illness.
The investigation and medical examinations were halted shortly afterwards, however, when it emerged that a senior ISIS ’emir’ or commander had also raped the girl. It was never made clear whether his attack on her took place before or after she was infected with Aids.
The agency said two of those under investigation were serving or former Rotherham councillors.
The inquiry, named Operation Stovewood, began in December in the wake of the Jay report which found 1,400 children were abused from 1997 to 2013.
Police said that estimate “remains a very good assessment”.
The NCA said it had identified more than 3,300 lines of inquiry.
NCA senior investigating officer Steve Baldwin described the abuse in Rotherham as “horrific”.
(They like the number ‘3’ in Rotherham. Raze the mosques and arrest those who preach women and unbelievers are inferior and deport all you can of them and jail the rest and watch the rape and sex-slave numbers plummet. Even the city councilors)
At least 18 people have died after Chinese Muslims attacked police with knives and bombs at a traffic checkpoint in apparent revenge for the government’s crackdown on Ramadan.
The attack occurred in the southern city of Kashgar, where tensions between ethnic Uighurs and the majority Han Chinese have led to bloodshed in recent years.
Last week, China inflamed divisions by banning civil servants, students and teachers from fasting during the Muslim holy month and ordering restaurants to stay open.
Suspects killed several police officers with knives and bombs after speeding through a traffic checkpoint in a car in Kashgar’s Tahtakoruk district.
Chinese police clash with Uighurs during a protest in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang Uighur autonomous region in 2009. A gang of Uighurs attacked a police checkpoint in the southern city of Kashgar this week in apparent revenge for the government’s crackdown on the holy Muslim month of Ramadan
Russian authorities have expressed fears for the lives of a transsexual man and his gay friend after they were reported to be heading to Syria captivated by Islamic State fundamentalist propaganda.
Dubbed the ‘battle trannies’ by the Moscow media, the two suspects Alexei T. and Viktor E – who prefers to be known as Viktoria and dresses as a woman – are accused of maintaining contacts with armed extremist groups.
Another police source Alexander Vinogradov said: ‘We would always be interested in stopping people from joining a terrorist organisation but in this case there is a double motive, as our information is that this would not be accepted if they managed to get all the way to Syria, and it is unlikely that they would live very long once their sexual orientation was revealed.’
Excerpted from AINA: Recently a number of Arabic language websites posted the following picture which is attributed to the official Twitter account of Caliph Abu Bakr of the Islamic State.
The Arabic writing reads:
“It is permissible for the mujahid [jihadi] to enjoy young boys in the absence of women.”
(Koran is pretty clear that raping young boys is allowed and probably fun, and offers them as a reward in heaven for jihadis)
Britain must stop “sleepwalking” and prepare to tackle Muslim extremism as seriously as it planned for the Second World War, a former head of the Armed Forces has warned.
Lord Richards of Herstmonceux said extremism poses a “real threat” to the world and condemned dithering politicians too reluctant to lead the way.
Warning that Islamic State militants would wreak a “hell of a lot of damage” in the coming years, he argued the Armed Forces risk being left “on the back foot” by leaders who fail to plan properly.