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Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2013 2:08 pm
by Ariel
Tunisians girls coming back pregnant from brothel jihad in Syria. Even some Muslims think this is too much.

Tunisian minister: Young girls return pregnant after 'sexual Jihad' excursion to Syria

Girls "fooled" into traveling to Syria to offer intercourse, to create an army strong enough to overthrow President Bashar Assad.
A group of Tunisian girls traveled to Syria to participate in “sexual jihad” there have returned to Tunisia pregnant, Tunisian Interior Minister Lotfi Bin Jeddo reportedly said on Thursday.

The women “are (sexually) swapped between 20, 30, and 100 rebels and they come back bearing the fruit of sexual contacts in the name of sexual jihad and we are silent doing nothing and standing idle,” Arab news network Al Arabiya reported the minister as saying during an address to the National Constituent Assembly.



Former Mufti of Tunisia Sheikh Othman Battikh reportedly said in April that 13 Tunisian girls were "fooled" into traveling to Syria to offer sexual intercourse to rebel fighters, in order to create an army strong enough to overthrow the regime of President Bashar Assad.

The mufti, who Al Alrabiya says was dismissed from his post shortly after making these alleged statements, described the so-called “sexual Jihad” as a type of “prostitution.”

“For Jihad in Syria, they are now pushing girls to go there. 13 young girls have been sent for sexual jihad. What is this? This is called prostitution. It is moral educational corruption,” the mufti was quoted as saying.

In August, general director of public security service in Tunisia Mostafa Bin Omar said that a “sexual jihad cell” had been discovered and dispersed in an area west of the country known for its concentration of al-Qaida fighters.

Bin Omar told Al Arabiya that al-Qaeda affiliate Ansar Shariah was offering minor girls with their faces covered as sexual offerings for jihadist fighters.

http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Tunisi ... ria-326620

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2013 3:52 pm
by manfred
Well, if some girl chooses to get herself pregnant in a gangbang with 30 or 40 complete strangers, in the name of religion, how could anyone argue? It must be Allah's will.... all perfectly normal. Right. Marginally better than a suicide vest, I suppose. Presumably when these girls are not treated so nicely on their return, they will claim political asylum in Europe and expect the government to pay for the upkeep and education of her kid.

It does suggest though that the motivation of these rebels is somewhat shallow, as they need to be bribed with prostitutes to fight...

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2013 4:14 pm
by Ariel
manfred wrote:
It does suggest though that the motivation of these rebels is somewhat shallow, as they need to be bribed with prostitutes to fight...


:lol: I guess those girls think they do Islam a favor . They do not think they are prostitutes, their aim is to provide Islam with more soldiers for Allah. Allah knows what is in their wombs, and he is pleased.

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2013 5:44 pm
by piscohot
but raping of christian girl by syrian rebels is not unislamic..........

Last month, Syriareport.net reported that a group of so-called 'Syrian rebels' kidnapped a Christian teenager in Al-Qusayr and repeatedly raped her for the next several days.

Elements of Jabhat al-Nusra (Syrian Al Qaeda)al and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) reportedly took part in the atrocity.

Once abducted, the girl identified only as "Miriam," was forced into a temporary marriage with the commander of Jabhat al-Nusra and raped. He then renounced their marriage, only to pass her onto another militant for the same treatment.

One after another, a total of fifteen Islamist rebels "married" the young girl, raped her and renounced the marriage, a process which continued for more than two weeks.

After all had their way with her, the girl was executed.

In April, Sheikh Yasir al-Ajlawni issued a fatwa ordering Syrian rebels to "capture and have sex with" all non-Sunni women.

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:22 am
by Centaur
audi Arabia’s Wahhabi Mufti Nasser Bin Sulayman al Omar has issued fatwa that anti-Bashar al Assad Syrian fighters may enjoy sex with those relatives who the Islamic laws disallowed sex.
The word mehram is used for the relatives such as sisters, sisters of parents, mother, etc.
http://www.shiitenews.com/index.php/articles/7756-another-saudi-wahhabi-cleric-endorses-sex-jihad-for-women

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Tue Oct 01, 2013 6:45 am
by manfred
I really wish Obama would take a good close look at the people the is happy to support and even arm...:

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link here

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Tue Oct 01, 2013 12:42 pm
by Ariel
How horrible. Poor girl, and poor parents. I hope she was dead before they beheaded her.

If the west and Obama had not send weapons to the Terrorists, I bet most of the problems in Syria would be over by now.

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2013 8:20 pm
by Ariel
Christian nun, Mother Agnes Mariam, who heads the convent of St. Jacob in the Damascus countryside, has collected evidence of fabrication based on the 13 videos that the US administration used to blame the chemical attacks in Eastern Ghouta on August 21, 2013 on the Syrian government.

Might it be true that Syrian rebels kidnapped these children, gassed them or injected them with chemicals in order to make the videos for the benefit of Obama to rally support for the attack on Assad??

“Where are their parents?” That was what I was asking too.




Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:43 pm
by Ariel
Syrian rebels have killed at least 190 civilians and taken 200 hostages as the country's bitter civil war rages, Human Rights Watch claimed today.

As a chemical watchdog won the Nobel Peace Prize today for overseeing the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons stockpile, government forces and rebels clashed across the country with conventional weapons.

HRW said many of the dead had been executed by militant groups, some linked to al Qaeda, who overran army positions at dawn on August 4 and then moved into 10 villages nearby where members of President Bashar al-Assad's Alawite sect lived.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... Watch.html


Question. How many hours on national TV will be spent to discuss and condemn this atrocity? Not many I guess. :no1:
And still Cameron, Obama and Hollande, arm these people with bombs and guns.

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Fri Oct 11, 2013 7:45 pm
by Ariel
US-Approved Rebel Group Recruits 13-Year-Old Boy as Sniper who killed 32 Including 13 Civilians. I am used to it he says.


This interview with a 13-year-old boy, called Shaaban Abdallah Hamedah, from Aleppo reveals how a rebel group that goes by the name of 'Ahfad al-Rasoul' (Grandsons of the Prophet) Brigade recruited him as a sniper to kill people in an area of Aleppo, irrespective of whether they were military personnel, civilians, or even other rebels. The Grandsons of the Prophet Brigade has been approved by the Obama administration to receive weapons directly from the US, besides the fact that it is already being heavily armed directly by Qatar.


Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 9:33 pm
by Ariel
Sex jihad of Tunisian girl in Syria: "They promised me paradise, so I gave myself to 152 men"

You will go to paradise, my sister" was the promise they made to her before convincing her to leave for jihad in Syria. She was 21. Veiled from the age of 17. She attended history classes at the Faculty of Manouba before abandoning her studies and leave for Syria in the company of her husband "orfi".

It was in June 2012 that she left Tunisian territory for Turkey where she spent a week before going to Syria. Once she had arrived at Mont al-Arbaine, her husband forced her to wear the niqab and explained to her what jihad al nikah was.

Immediately divorced, the young woman married one of the leaders of Jabhat al Norsra, Abou Ayoub. Whom she divorced to marry another jihadist… And then another and another… In total, she had 152 "husbands".

Every week, every jihadette had the right to 5 new "husbands". The happy union of the jihadette du nikah and the jihadist lasted only a few hours, until the desires of the jihadist were satisfied…

http://islamversuseurope.blogspot.ca/20 ... syria.html

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2013 12:04 pm
by Ariel
Iconoclasm in Syria.

Wahhabi cleric, Omar Gharba is seen carrying the statue of the Virgin Mary in Yaaqoubiya in Syria's Idlib province after it was taken over by militants from the "Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant" and breaking it by throwing it on the ground after stating that he and his fellow Wahhabis won't tolerate any form of worship except strict Wahhabism of Saudi Arabia.



I am sure the same thing will happen to the Christians.

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2013 1:37 am
by Ariel
Oh, dear...... :whistling: I am sure he will be forgiven.

Al Qaeda terrorists decapitate man and parade his head on a stick... then beg for 'understanding and forgiveness' after finding out they killed a Syria rebel

Militants linked to al-Qaeda have asked for forgiveness after they severed the head of the wrong man and displayed it in front of a crowd.

In a sickening video posted on YouTube, soldiers from the Syrian-based group Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) were seen holding up the decapitated head of a soldier they believed was a supporter of President Bashar al-Assad.

But, after the footage was made public, the victim was recognised by an extremist as a fellow rebel fighter who had been wounded during a battle.

READ MORE

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Sat Dec 07, 2013 5:26 am
by Nosuperstition
Tunisians girls coming back pregnant from brothel jihad in Syria. Even some Muslims think this is too much.


Well what you consider as brothel might not be a brothel from their point of view.For examples long back I have read that families of Kashmiri girls who were made pregnant by jihadis staying in their house considered the conception as being that of holy jihadi blood and refused to abort the foetuses.But as always to the contrary , numerous abortion clinics are said to have sprung up in Kashmir in the immediate aftermath of birth of terrorism as there was a rise in abortions due to rapes by gun wielding terrorists or freedom fighters whichever way you see them.

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Sat Dec 07, 2013 5:41 am
by Nosuperstition
Put simply some considered jihadi blood of foetus holy,others aborted them.

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Sun Feb 02, 2014 4:39 pm
by Ariel
In the latest alarming evidence of child soldiers being used by Syrian rebel forces, an Islamist brigade linked to Al Qaeda released footage of a four year old it claimed as its youngest recruit.

In the video (below), the child - who can barely hold the AK-47 rifle he is firing - lets off two shots to cheers of "Allahu Akbar". The tiny boy is clad in a black ski mask and is forced to rest the barrel of the rifle on what appears to be a section of a roadblock to prevent himself from falling over.



Britain's Daily Mail reported that the child is believed to be the son of an Albanian jihadi, one of thousands of foreign Islamist fighters who have flocked to fight on both sides of the Syrian civil war, which is increasingly being waged as a sectarian conflict between Islam's Shia and Sunni sects.

In December, a video by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) illustrated the numerous cases of young Syrian children - often orphans who parents were killed by the Assad regime - fighting among the ranks of the country's various rebel factions.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/ ... u5loEC0NoA

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Sun Feb 02, 2014 5:09 pm
by pr126
Culling of the herd.

Nobody should interfere.
It is the will of Allah.

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 11:55 am
by Ariel
Russia exposes flawed OPCW report into staged chemical weapons attack in Syria

Russia has offered definitive findings into a chemical weapons attack that was staged as a provocation against Syria.

Representatives of the Russian Defense Ministry, Foreign Ministry and Ministry of Industry and Trade have held a press briefing in response to a report from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on the alleged chemical attack in Syria’s Idlib Governorate, said to have occurred on the 4th of April, 2017.

The alleged attack which led to a US missile strike on Syria’s Shayrat Air Base, has been called a “poorly staged” attack by Russia.

Here are the key points


1. “Victims” appear before alleged attack happened

The Russian investigation into the events surrounding the incident discovered that 57 of the 200 alleged victims of a chemical weapons attack, arrived at hospitals hours before the attack was said to have occurred. In some cases individuals arrived at hospitals over 100km away from the alleged attack site, before any planes were even in the area. This is crucial as the US contends that a Syrian Su-200 jet dropped a chemical bomb on Idlib’s Khan Sheikhoun, thus causing the incident.

Russia has been presented with the original hospital logs of all facilities which saw alleged victims in order to confirm the impossible timing of the scenario.

Earlier, the Russian Defence Ministry also remarked that no one in the Khan Sheikhoun area asked anyone for the antidote required when one is exposed to Sarin gas.

2. Eyes of “victims” inconsistent with exposure to Srain gas

Russian authorities examined the same photographs of alleged victims that the OPCW and United States examined and concluded that the dilated eyes of the victims were medically inconsistent with those which would have been exposed to Sarin gas.

Photos of the eyes of the subjects were included in a detailed slide show, which is embedded below.

3. Crater from bomb blast was from ground based device not a Syrian jet

Russian authorities examined the same videos and forensic photos of a blast crater at Khan Sheikhoun that the US and its allies allege is the point of impact from a chemical bomb dropped from a Syrian jet.

However, Russian forensic experts discovered that due to the shape and nature of the crater, as well as the scattering of shrapnel and other debris, it is certain that the blast occurred due to the exploding of a ground based static object, such as a crudely made bomb.

Russian aerospace experts further concluded that according to the statistics provided by the US, which were considered by the OPCW report, it would be impossible for a Su-200 jet (which is a Soviet made aircraft) to hit the target where the crater was discovered based on the places altitude, speed and flight trajectory. A Russian Aerospace Forces officer said that such allegations “contradict physics”.

Furthermore, if the crater was made by a chemical bomb, there would have been signs of a chemical mixing device which is present in all such chemical weapons. No such artefacts were found by anyone at the blast site.

4. Fake White Helmet first responders were no where near Sarin gas

The well publicised video of first responders made public by the White Helmets organisation, a group with known links to al-Qaeda, was deemed to be totally inauthentic. The video shows White Helmets members surrounding the crater where a Sarin bomb had allegedly just been dropped, not wearing any of the proper protective gear including gloves, body suits and proper respirator masks.

The Russian official describing the event said that those men would all have died nearly instantly, if they were really handling items that were covered in Srain.

The only logical conclusion is that the “rescue” effort was a staged display used for propaganda purposes, in order to frame the Syrian government.

Russian officials blasted the OPCW report for not even considering the obvious fact that the event was staged.

5. Sarin samples were poured into the crater after the alleged attack and staged rescue operation

The only way that any Sarin could have been at the site was for it to be poured into the crater created by an earlier ground blast, manually. The only people with access to the site who could have done this were the terrorist groups in control of Khan Sheikhoun.

6. Flawed methodology in OPCW report

Russian officials called the OPCW report “superficial, amateurish and unprofessional”. Russia remains flabbergasted that no one from the OPCW went to the site of the alleged chemical bombing, even though safe opportunities were afforded, allowing them to do so.

Instead, the investigation was slammed as being conducted remotely from New York, Geneva and locations in Turkey. Furthermore, the so-called “eye witnesses” questioned in Turkey lacked credibility as none could prove they were actually at the site of the incident on the 4th of April, 2017. Russia was also surprised that the OPCW accepted samples from known opposition groups based in Turkey who are at best wholly unreliable scientific sources.

Russia further stated that it was “scandalous” that the OPCW also never visited the Shayrat Air Base, the location from which the US claimed the chemical weapons were loaded into a Syrian jet.

Russia lamented that such conclusions drawn for clear political purposes, resulted in an illegal US bombing of the Shayrat Air Base.

Russia was also critical of the OPCW for failing to provide Syria with any of the samples used in their investigation, as is required under international law.

7. US politicising the entire process

Russia was critical of the US for endorsing and participating in remote investigations which were based on “slogans”, while Russia relied on facts. Russia examined the same evidence as the US and OPCW and reached entirely different conclusions, based on the same set of available evidence items.

A Russian official slammed the US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley as someone with no real knowledge of foreign affairs, calling her someone whose experience is only in domestic issues. Because of her inexperience, Haley resorts to “hysteria”, blaming Russia for aiding and abetting the use of chemical weapons, a charge which Russia finds insulting.

While the report itself uses highly inconclusive langue, qualifying most of its findings with words like “possibly and probably”, the US has accepted its own version of events as actual fact while still refusing to visit the actual site of the alleged attack.



CONCLUSION

The weight of the evidence and the nature of how many first hand accounts were gathered, makes it clear that the event was a staged provocation and that the only groups with any chemical substances at the site of the incident were the terrorist groups that Syria has been fighting.

The US has allowed the OPCW to make a mockery of itself and Russia, as a country which helped to establish the OPCW, is correct in finding this a travesty of justice.

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:37 pm
by Hombre
Sigh.. :( I wonder Hombre.. Ariel Are you Zwartmeer or are you family of Zwartmeer from the Dutch forum? Like you he searched the internet if he could find negative articles about President Trump. Obama

At this moment, you are slightly annoying Hombre. Ariel ...On a second thought, forget the slightly. :sly:

I know you do not like your "Dear Leader", but this man was elected , and many people in the US like him. So get used to it.

Many people did not like Obama, and they had to endure him for 8 years. 8 bloody long years, but they survived. Like you will survive 4 years of Trump

We now know you do not like Trump , and we won't forget. So don't worry

And please, focus on Islam from now.

Thank you. Image :lotpot:

Re: Syria Conflict

PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 10:41 am
by Ariel
:huh: Are you OK Hombre?

I worry.... :ohmy: