Al-Furat Province, a division of the Islamic State (IS) in western Iraq, released a posthumous video of a French suicide bomber urging his family to embrace Islam and declaring to French President Francois Hollande that it is impossible to win against Islam.
(Sending the video out for translation)
Five Islamic extremists on the verge of carrying out another terrorist attack on holidaymakers in Tunisia were yesterday shot dead.
The five men were killed by Tunisian special forces as thousands of Britons fled the North African country after a security alert.
Holiday companies started flying home 3,000 people yesterday after the Foreign Office warned that another ISIS attack was ‘highly likely’.
(So at least two attacks, primarily against British people and non-muslims have taken place or were foiled but planned and ready to execute in Tunisia, and yet the following headline was printed today: )
(Get it? dozens of Britons were murdered by muslims in Tunisia and plans are in place to murder as many more as possible and the backlash is against the victims. What is that old WW II slogan? SNAFU?)
Britain’s advice that tourists should leave Tunisia because of the risk of another terror attack will “have repercussions”, the country’s prime minister has said.
Habib Essid said he would telephone David Cameron on Friday to respond to Foreign Office advice that the North African nation was unsafe for holidays.
Tunisia’s ambassador to London has already warned Britain is playing into the hands for terrorists with the new threat warning, which is likley to devastate the Tunisian tourist industry.
A woman was injured on Saturday in an apparent explosion at a beach in Narragansett, Rhode Island, CBS News reported emergency officials as saying.
Police and fire officials said a preliminary investigation indicated the explosion came from underneath the sand, it said.
The loud knock on the family’s farmhouse door was at midnight as they got ready for bed. Outside, five Islamic State fighters, Kalashnikovs hung on their shoulders and faces hidden by black scarves, were searching for girls to kidnap.
‘We opened the door and they saw my wife’s teenage sisters Sabiha and Sajida. The fighters told us they were going to steal them because they were beautiful,’ says Kafi Osman, anger still burning in his eyes at the memory.
‘We cried and the girls wept as they were led outside and driven away in an open truck. We have heard nothing of them since.’
The girls’ kidnap in the northern Iraqi town of Makhmur came as jihadis from Islamic State (also known as IS and Isis) took control of it street by street. They beheaded men, raped women and then captured their trophies of war — virgins to be sex slaves or jihadi brides.
6. Yet another rhetorical trick by muslims to allow islamic sharia enforcement and observance, this time in Israel.
(Oh I get it! You can have any policy you want that pushes islamic supremacy anywhere, so long as you call thuggery and religious observance enforcement in the middle of the night, ‘a tradition that should be upheld’ cause then it isn’t theocratic totalitarianism, its a quaint cultural custom! And it has a drum! So basically its a kind of hippie!
The fact that since the invention of the clock, each individual can decide for themselves what to do with their time clearly is anathema as having a guy come to your door and scream at you and your family by name while beating on a drum, demanding you come to prayer, that should be an indictable offense for several reasons. But Euronews sells it like its the Osborn family at Disneyland)
(Quite a coincidence that the US normalized relations with Cuba for the first time in over 50 years at the same exact time they open their first ever mosque. Quite a milestone for the old, ‘human rights’ ay?)
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