Shiia islamic clerics pimp 9 year olds for fun and profit

Really pay attention just after the 20 minute mark.

H/T M.


Don L. sent the following email about this video being pulled.

If all these fail, we shall see what we can do to make it available.

Hello Vlad,
The video of the Islamic pimps called “Iqaq’s Secret Sex Trade has been pulled from your post here:
Incredibly the Muslims want the documentary pulled as it “disrespects” Islam.
Here are two links to that , David Wood and the Daily Mail
and because shit disappears on the Internet here’s the archive:

Concerning Saudi/Sunni – Iranian/Shiia escalation

1. Iran reveals ‘missile city’ bunker for new weapons

A still image from newly released footage of Iran’s so-called ‘missile city’ (Tasnim)

Iran’s military has revealed a secret underground “missile city” used to store a new generation of ballistic missiles which the US claims are “nuclear capable” and whose test-firing last year broke a UN resolution.

The Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) on Tuesday released pictures and video of the underground bunker after a visit by Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani.

Iran’s Tasnim news agency said the bunker, which it dubbed a “missile city”, stores the Emad ballistic missile, which has a range of 2,000km and was first successfully tested on 10 October. The US says the missiles are advanced enough to be fitted with nuclear warheads

2. A comparatively heavy explosion rocked Jalalabad city on Tuesday morning.

According to initial reports, it was a planted bomb that went off in the third sector of the city. The explosion site is close to the consulates of India, Pakistan and Iran.

“The blast took place due to a bomb placed in a garbage can close to Baet Nika mosque in Arzaq alley located in third sector of Jalalabad city at 11:20 am today,” states a post on the official facebook page of Nangarhar Media Center states. “It did not have casualties,” the press release adds.

(May be anti-India and not part of the escalation. Not sure)

3. Iran President Criticizes Saudi Arabia Over Severing Ties

Iran’s president said on Tuesday that Saudi Arabia cannot “cover up” its crime of executing a leading Shiite cleric by severing diplomatic relations with the Islamic Republic, even as the kingdom’s allies began limiting their links to his country.

President Hassan Rouhani’s comments came as Kuwait announced it had recalled its ambassador to Iran over attacks on Saudi diplomatic missions in the Islamic Republic.

The execution last weekend of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, a Shiite cleric and opposition figure in Saudi Arabia, has heightened the Saudi-Iran regional rivalry, threatening to derail already shaky peace efforts over the wars in Syria and Yemen.

A statement posted on his official website said Rouhani discussed the current diplomatic dispute with visiting Danish Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen.

“The Saudi government has taken a strange action and cut off its diplomatic relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran to cover its crimes of beheading a religious leader in its country,” Rouhani said. “Undoubtedly, such actions can’t cover up that big crime.”

4. ABC News is running a sort of live blog here with video and text on the issue. The initial link spoke of the cutting of Bahrain Halts Flights to and From Iran. It has moved on to newer events.

5. BBC: Iran-Saudi Arabia row: Kuwait recalls ambassador from Tehran

(It must be tough on the BBC not knowing which side to lie for. Unless of course, they do)

Kuwait has announced it is recalling its ambassador to Iran as a regional row over the execution of a Shia cleric in Saudi Arabia deepens.

Saudi Arabia’s embassy in Tehran was ransacked and set alight on Saturday, after it executed Shia Muslim cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr and 46 others.

Saudi Arabia broke off diplomatic ties with Iran in response, followed on Monday by its allies Bahrain and Sudan.

The US, UN and Turkey are among those calling for calm in the region.

Sunni Muslim Saudi Arabia and Shia Iran are major rivals for power in the Middle East and back opposing sides in the conflicts in Syria and Yemen.

6. Bahrain: Tear gas and fireworks fly as clashes erupt over al-Nimr execution

Bahrain Security forces used tear gas against protesters in the town of Nuwaidrat, Monday, as protesters came out to decry the execution of Saudi Arabia’s execution of top Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.
Protesting the killing of the cleric which has sparked unrest around the Middle East, the demonstrators were confronted by police and army forces. Wearing gas masks, the protesters, threw fireworks and Molotov cocktails at the security forces’ vehicles.

7. Iran-Saudi sectarian proxy wars set to explode, Israeli experts say

(This is a truly terrible thing)

Saudi Arabia’s execution of Shi’ite cleric Nimr al-Nimr seems likely to escalate sectarian Sunni- Shi’ite violence in the Middle East, experts told The Jerusalem Post on Monday.

Gulf Sunni states, with the exception of independent- minded Oman, are expected to publicly back the Saudis, while Shi’ite-dominated Iraq and allied Syria back Iran.

“The Shia Sunni conflict is boiling,” Eliezer “Geizi” Tsafrir, a former Arab affairs adviser to the prime minister and senior Mossad and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) official, who is currently a fellow at the Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya, told the Post.

“Backed by petro-dollars and aggressiveness” revolutionary Iran is supporting its allies throughout the region and the “Sunni world is terribly afraid of the Iranian threat, perhaps dreaming that the US or Israel will do the job,” Tsafrir said.

8. Pakistan: Effigies of Iranian leaders set alight by Saudi sympathisers

(Nice of them to use English signs in a land where they hate to the point of wishing genocide on all English speaking peoples)

Dozens of Pakistani supporters of Saudi Arabia burnt effigies of Iranian leaders in Peshawar, on Tuesday. The protest comes amid heightened tension between predominantly Sunni Saudi Arabia and majority Shia Iran over the former’s execution of prominent cleric Shia Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.
The protesters were from the Pakistan Right Path Party (PRHP), a Sunni political group with strong ties to Saudi Arabia. Leader of the PRHP, Muhammad Ibrahim Qasmi, defended the execution of al-Nimr, stating Saudi Arabia executed “the terrorist” in accordance with “the law and Sharia.”

9. Yemen war intensifies amid mounting regional tension

By Mohammed Mukhashaf

ADEN (Reuters) – Air strikes led by Saudi Arabia targeting Iran-allied Houthi forces intensified in Yemen on Tuesday, residents said, ending weeks of a relative lull in the war after a major diplomatic row erupted between the kingdom and arch foe Tehran.

Large air strikes targeted military positions linked to Yemen’s ascendant Houthis in the capital Sanaa, the port city of Hodaida and the disputed southwestern city of Taiz.

Residents reported that the air raids hit a care center for the blind and Yemen’s chamber of commerce headquarters, in which there were no casualties.

Heavy shelling resumed on battle fronts which had been largely static during a truce which began on Dec. 15 in tandem with United Nations-backed peace talks.

Houthi fighters launched Katyusha rockets at the city of Marib, residents said, their first attack on the area since Gulf Arab troops and armed loyalists of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi seized it from the group over the summer.

10. New Saudi-Iran crisis threatens wider escalation

RIYADH (Reuters) – The last time Saudi Arabia broke off ties with Iran, after its embassy in Tehran was stormed by protesters in 1988, it took a swing in the regional power balance in the form of Saddam Hussein’s 1990 invasion of Kuwait to heal the rift.

It is hard to see how any lesser development could resolve the region’s most bitter rivalry, which has underpinned wars and political tussles across the Middle East as Riyadh and Tehran backed opposing sides.

Riyadh’s expulsion of Iran’s envoy after another storming of its Tehran embassy, this time in response to the Saudi execution of Shi’ite Muslim cleric Nimr al-Nimr, raised the heat again, making the region’s underlying conflict even harder to resolve.

At the heart of the new crisis is Saudi Arabia’s growing willingness to confront Iran and its allies militarily since King Salman took power a year ago, say diplomats, choosing with his son, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, to abandon years of backroom politics.

Thank you Wrath of Khan, M., Richard and all. More to come. Order the pizza now.

More escalation between Shiias and Sunnis in more nations.

1. Saudi Arabia cuts diplomatic relations with Iran

Saudi Arabia has announced it is severing diplomatic ties with Iran following Saturday’s attack on its embassy in Tehran during protests.

Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi foreign minister, made the announcement on Sunday while the foreign ministry announced that it would ask the Iranian diplomatic mission to leave the kingdom within 48 hours.

The Saudi foreign ministry also announced that the staff of its diplomatic mission had been evacuated and were on their way back to the kingdom. Reports said the plane carrying the Saudi staff have landed in Dubai, United Arab Emirtes.

At a press conference in Riyadh, Jubeir said that during Saturday’s protests in Tehran, the Saudi diplomatic representative there asked for help from the Iranian foreign ministry, but the requests were disregarded three times.

2. India: Thousands-strong candle-lit rally condemns Saudi execution of top Shia cleric

3. Turkey: Scuffles erupt at Istanbul protest against Sheikh Nimr’s execution

T U R K E Y : Scuffles erupt at Istanbul protest against Sheikh Nimr’s execution </strong>
Scuffles erupted as hundreds of activists rallied in Istanbul on Sunday to decry the execution of the Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr by the Saudi Arabian authorities.
The activists carried placards with pictures of the cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr while chanting various slogans. The rally ended up in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate which was guarded by a large police force.
Sheikh Nimr, a leading Shia cleric, was amongst 47 people executed on Saturday at the hands of the Saudi government after being convicted for “terrorism” offenses. He was a vocal critic of Saudi Arabia, and was one of seven people accused of orchestrating anti-government protests that erupted in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province in 2011. The 47 executed people included a Chadian national and an Egyptian with the remainder being Saudis. Saudi Arabia executed over 150 people in total during the year of 2015.

4. Here is a FB link with a video that is certainly hard core rioting somewhere, seemingly about the Saudi execution of the Shiia cleric

Google translation of caption of video reads:

Revolution began in Saudi Arabia
And their tanks burn

(The Iranians have been waiting a long time for this I suspect)

5. CNN Saudi Arabia severs ties with Iran as Mideast protests rage

(Video at site)

Thank you M.

Six videos on Shiia and Iranian escalated reaction to Saudi execution of Shiia cleric

As the Saudi execution and Shiia reaction promise to spiral into a serious geopolitical event, this post is all videos on that issue. Anyone coming across more materials on this subject, please post to comments on this post so readers can find everything in one link if possible and thank you all who scour the news for us all.

1. Iraq: Shiias march through Baghdad to protest the Saudi execution of a Shiia cleric

2. UK: Hundreds decry govt. support of Saudi Arabia after Sheikh Nimr’s execution

(It is marginally interesting that the Shiia muslims conflate the KSA with the Islamic State as both jurisdictions are Sunni muslim in extremis. Of course it is the great fantasy of the IS to obliterate the KSA as they view the Saudis as corrupt and even marginally apostates. At least in terms of the leadership and government)

3. AFP video on Iranian response to Saudi execution of a Shiia cleric

(Blames Israel! lol!)

4. Euronews: Same

5. Lebanon: Hezbollah’s Nasrallah slams Saudi execution of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr

6. Iranians in Tehran protest the Saudi killing of a Shiia cleric by burning American flags!

Does today’s attack on the Saudi embassy predict tomorrow’s Shiia Vs. Sunni conflicts in London etc?

The Daily Mail has this story on the Iranian attack of the Saudi Embassy in Tehran

Furious Iranians petrol bomb Saudi embassy in Tehran as protests and fears of sectarian violence grow around world over kingdom’s mass execution of 47 prisoners including top Shiite cleric

The headline carries with it, deliberately or accidentally, a prediction for various Western cities, probably starting in a few hours, concerning what is likely to happen between Shiia and Sunni muslims as they seek martyrdom and revenge for their various sub cults. The bookies would probably favour the Sunnis on sheer numbers but the Sunnis will make up for it in enthusiasm should it make it to the streets of Western cities. It would probably start in London. Is Choudary back in jail yet? I would be watching his coms for the first sighn of it personally, as if memory serves, he was behind some street violence last summer between Sunnis and Shiias over a much less easy pull trigger issue.




Here is a video claiming to be of the looting of the Saudi Embassy in Tehran. Notice the clever use of Arabic turns of phrase as they deftly enter and show their art of rhetoric. One can only wonder what rejoinder the Saudis and Sunni muslims would say when confronted with such wit.

Iranians attack Saudi embassy in Tehran

Images at this URL

Reuters: Iranian protesters storm Saudi embassy, foreign ministry calls for calm

Angry Iranian protesters stormed Saudi Arabia’s embassy in Tehran in the early hours of Sunday, smashing furniture and starting fires before being removed by the police.

The protesters had gathered outside the embassy to protest against Saudi Arabia’s execution of Nimr al-Nimr, a prominent cleric from the kingdom’s Shi’ite minority, on terrorism charges that Iran said were unjustified.

They then broke into the building and lit fires inside before being cleared by police, the ISNA news agency reported. Images shared on social media appeared to show protesters smashing furniture inside the embassy.

More here, images and updates in Farsi


Geopolitics: Movement in Iraq, shiia Vs. Sunni and Islam inspired horror.

1. Here is a video of Shiia volunteers getting ready to face off with ISIS/ISAL

2. BasNews gives detail about Iranian forces in Iraq

The Iranian forces deployed to Kurdistan’s disputed areas and Nineveh province in response to the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) are made up of Kurds, Lors and Turks.

Security sources from Kurdish cities in Iran state that some Iranian soldiers have entered Iraq’s disputed areas and settled there under the excuse of fighting against ISIS. But on Wednesday a number of Iranian soldiers came close to Khanaqin, and they are high military advisors who previously trained Assad’s soldiers in Syria.

3. Iranian forces enter Kurdistan Region 

Iranian forces have entered the Kurdistan Region and are based in Naft Khana, a border town near the city of Khanaqin in Diyala Province, which is under control of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK).

A reliable source in Khanaqin that asked to remain anonymous has told BasNews that the Iranians were deployed a few days ago after the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) took control of most areas of mid and northern Iraq.

4. Here is the one hour video by ISIS that was removed from YT:

(I haven’t seen it all yet. I doubt I will. But for those who want to read enemy propaganda in order to better understand them its required viewing)

5. Lindsey Graham on CNN discusses Iraq and attacks the presidents decision to not make a decision. Itself, a decision.

6. Shiias prepare for war with ISIS.

(It is interesting to hear the Shiia call ISIS apostates as I am certain the Sunni Al-Qaeda people would also think of the Shiias similarly)

7. Another US legislator makes the argument against involvement in Iraq today.


Lebanese troops killed in clashes with Sunni radicals

Yahoo News:

Updated June 24, 2013, 11:11 pm

Lebanese soldiers killed in clashes with Sunni radicalsAFP © Lebanese soldiers killed in clashes with Sunni radicals

SIDON, Lebanon (AFP) – Sixteen soldiers have been killed in clashes with supporters of a radical Sunni cleric in southern Lebanon, the army said Monday, in violence tied to rising sectarian tensions fanned by the Syria conflict.

The fighting began on Sunday on the outskirts of the city of Sidon and intensified on Monday, residents and local media said.

The security cabinet, including Lebanon’s army chief, pledged the military would fight until it “finishes with” Salafist Sheikh Ahmad al-Assir.

A military judge issued a warrant for the controversial cleric’s arrest, a judicial source said.

The violence is among the worst in Lebanon since the start of the Syrian conflict, which has inflamed sectarian tensions in the country, particularly between Shiite supporters of the Damascus regime and Sunni backers of the uprising.


“Sheikh Assir will stay in the mosque until the last drop of blood.”

Click for whole story:

Links and news June 24 2013 -1


1. It seems the Sunnis in Egypt are also gearing up for the classic sectarian war as well as the genocidal ones against non-muslims.

Ahram.Org: Eyewitnesses say that Salafist sheikhs in Giza village led a mob attack on Shia families, accusing them of being infidels and spreading debauchery, leaving four dead and scores injured.

CAUTION: This appears to be the actual video of it. This is fairly harsh. And one might be hard pressed to find a better definition for ‘savages’ than what takes place here.

2. Birmingham minister arrested in prostitution sweep pleads guilty to disorderly conduct

FirefoxScreenSnapz0473. The Daily Mail story on, ‘The Bomb the imam took home for the weekend, then called the police on Sunday’