Nye grusomheder fra Kalifatet

Arabere, Arabiske forår, Irak, Jihad, Kalifatet, Multikultur, Muslimer, Muslimguf, Syrien, Terror, islam — Drokles on July 30, 2014 at 4:31 pm

Mens dødstallet langsomt stiger i Gaza så er der anderledes fart på i ISIS kalifatet. Her henrettes 1.500 krigsfanger

Og så viste jeg forleden de uhyggelige billeder af afhuggede hoveder i Raqqa. Her er en anden optagelse fra selv fortorvet hvor folk skødesløs spankulerer hen over de hovedløse kroppe, mens de snakker og tager billeder. Endnu et glimt af fremtiden.

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Muslimer demonstrerer for sig selv

Der blev forleden demonstreret til fordel for de civile i Gaza på Københavns Rådhusplads

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Billedet er fra Facebooksiden Muslim i Danmark, hvor man udover at se Hamasflaget

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Ja, ham Allah snakker dårligt om meget. Bag demonstrationen stod ikke overraskende Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter. Men også noget så eksotisk som ”Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine“. Hvor ville man egentlig helst være queer, hvis man havde valget mellem Gaza og Israel? Nå, men det skal ikke forstyrre de dejlige billeder.

Men hverken Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter eller det eksotiske Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine, demonstrerer imod udviklingen i Pakistan, som man kan læse om i India Times

The number of displaced people from North Waziristan, where the Pakistan army has launched a major anti-terror operation, has almost doubled to over 900,000 in the last few days.

Most of them complain of official apathy and are living in terrible conditions without basics facilities in tents and slums in Bannu, 371km southwest of Islamabad.

The misery of Arshad Daur (38) mirrors that of other displaced people. He left his village along with his ailing mother, three sisters-in-law and their five kids in haste when it was targeted in aerial strikes few days ahead of the mass exodus. They left everything behind.

Like many tribesmen, Daur’s three brothers work in the Middle East while he looks after their wives and kids. It took over 25 hours for them to cover their journey from Dande Darpakhel to Bannu.

Og Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter eller det eksotiske Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine, støtter kurdernes selvstændighed, der ellers hele tiden bliver modarbejdet af de stedlige tyranner, som man kan læse i BasNews

Iran has warned Kurdish political parties, particularly Gorran (Change Movement) and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) that they will close the border crossings with the Kurdistan Region if they step towards independence, and will refuse any replacement for Iraqi PM Nouri al Maliki.

A close Iranian source revealed to London-based Al-Hayat Newspaper that the Iranian Ambassador to Iraq Hassan Danie met with leaders of the PUK and Gorran parties. In the meeting, the parties discussed two points: first, helping the Iraqi Army to regain control of the areas that are under the Islamic Stated of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) militants power; second, the ambassador warned the Kurds against any attempts to declare independence.

The source explained that “[Iran’s] message was harsh and powerful. The Iranian Ambassador informed the Kurds about the disagreement of Iranian leaders for Kurdish independence. They have asked the PUK and Gorran [that have close ties with Iran] to take a clear stance. They have also told Kurds that Iraq’s constitution has given self-determining rights to Kurds within the scope of the federal system.”

Iranian leaders believe that Kurdish independence in Iraq is a red line and they will not accept it under any circumstances.  Iranian representatives have made it clear to to the Gorran and PUK parties that: “Kurdish independence will be seen as a political threat to Iran. Kurdish independence in Iraq will affect the Kurdish people living in Iran.”

Men der handler det selvfølgelig heller ikke om jøder. Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter eller det eksotiske Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine, demonstrerer imod Israels naboers praktisering af muslimske love, som her i Syrien, hvor en mand piskes for at holde åbent i ramadanen

Og Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter eller det eksotiske Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine demonstrerer imod korsfæstelser af folk, der forlader islam

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Og de tusindvis af kristne der følgeligt flygter fra muslimernes grusomheder demonstrerer Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter eller det eksotiske Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine heller ikke for

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) is estimating that as many as 10,000 Christians have been forced to flee their homes in northern Iraq since ISIS’ takeover of the region. Many of them are taking up refuge in schools, most of which have no air conditioning or showers. The UNHCR is partnering with local charities to provide food, water and hygiene kits, but in a region where temperatures often soar over 104 degrees F, resources are stretched thin. Many of the refugees are in dire need of medical attention.

These refugees join the some 1.2 million who have fled Iraq due to escalating violence. The UNHCR estimates that the cost of caring for them will be about $64.2 million. So far, they have raised about eight percent. You can help by donating here

Men  ”Torsdag den 17. juli står en gruppe privatpersoner, herunder Modkraft-blogger Farhiya Khalid, bag en demonstration med parolen »Solidaritet med Palæstina - Stop den kollektive afstraffelse«.”

Hvor er vore dages Monuments Men?

Arabere, Arabiske forår, Diverse, Fascisme, Fatwa, Historie, Irak, Jihad, Kunst og kultur, Syrien, islam, muhammed — Drokles on July 10, 2014 at 10:20 pm

ISIS hurtige erobringer i det gamle Mesopotamien bringer ødelæggelse af verdens kulturarv med sig, skriver the Daily Beast

More than two and a half millennia ago, the Assyrian King Senaccherib descended on his enemies “like the wolf on the fold,” as the Bible tells us—and as Lord Byron wrote in cantering cadences memorized by countless Victorian schoolchildren: “His cohorts were gleaming in purple and gold; And the sheen of their spears was like stars on the sea.”

The Assyrian and Babylonian empires appear throughout the Old Testament as examples of ruthless grandeur and godless decadence. The Bible says Sennacherib’s army was destroyed by the Angel of the Lord. The Israelites were carried off to Babylon, where they wept by the waters. And since the middle of the 19th century, archeologists have labored mightily to unearth the mythical and the verifiable past in the extraordinary cradle of civilizations they used to call Mesopotamia and now call Iraq.

No trace ever has been found of the Garden of Eden, said to have lain near the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates, but one of the great prizes the excavators did discover was Senaccherib’s capital, Nineveh, which the biblical prophet Nahum called “the city of blood, full of lies, full of plunder, never without victims!”

Last month, a new marauder descended on Nineveh and the nearby city of Mosul. He, too, came down like the wolf on the fold, but his cohorts brandished Kalashnikovs from pickup trucks, not shining spears; their banners were the black flags of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham.

The risk now—the virtual certainty, in fact—is that irreplaceable history will be annihilated or sold into the netherworld of corrupt and cynical collectors.

Soon afterward the minions of the self-appointed caliph of the freshly self-declared Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, paid a visit to the Mosul Museum. It has been closed for years for restoration, ever since it was looted along with many of Iraq’s other institutions in the wake of the culturally oblivious American-led invasion of 2003. But the Mosul Museum was on the verge of reopening, at last, and the full collection had been stored there.

“These groups of terrorists—their arrival was a brutal shock, with no warning,” Iraqi National Museum Director Qais Hussein Rashid told me when he visited Paris last week with a mission pleading for international help. “We were not able to take preventive measures.”

Indeed, museum curators and staff were no better prepared than any other part of the Iraqi government. They could have learned from al-Baghdadi’s operations in neighboring Syria that a major source of revenue for his insurgency has been the sale of looted antiquities on the black market. As reported in The Guardian, a windfall of intelligence just before Mosul fell revealed that al-Baghdadi had accumulated a $2 billion war chest, in part by selling off ancient artifacts from captured Syrian sites. But the Iraqi officials concerned with antiquities said the Iraqi intelligence officers privy to that information have not shared it with them.

So the risk now—the virtual certainty, in fact—is that irreplaceable history will be annihilated or sold into the netherworld of corrupt and cynical collectors. And it was plain when I met with Rashid and his colleagues that they are desperate to stop it, but have neither the strategy nor the resources to do so.

“We as Iraqis are incapable of controlling the situation by ourselves,” Abbas Qureishi, director of the “recovery” program for the Iraqi Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, told me. It’s not just a matter of the museums, he said. Mosul is in the middle of 1,791 registered archeological sites, including four capitals of the Assyrian empire. “The Iraqi army will be obliged to conduct operations next to these archeological sites,” said Qureishi. The jihadists “will destroy them and say the Iraqi army bombed these sites.”

“So we are asking Americans and Europeans—especially Americans—to understand the gravity of the situation,” said Qureishi, and “to put pressure on the governments of their countries to intervene militarily.”

I said I thought that was highly unlikely.

“Here’s the thing,” said Qureishi. “In a traditional military engagement, tanks and artillery will damage a site.” Indeed, the shells might obliterate it. But “U.S. drones have very precise munitions which can hit targets without destroying the [archeological] sites nearby.”

(Predators and Hellfires like stars on the sea …)

This, we all know, is not going to happen. Nothing about the Obama administration’s toe in the noxious Iraqi water suggests it will commit major resources to saving the current government of the grossly incompetent Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, much less the ancient stones of Nineveh.

The excavations of the last 170 years found Senaccherib’s “Palace Without Rival.” They discovered enormous winged bulls and winged lions with the faces of men, and they carted away the extraordinarily beautiful lion-hunt bas-reliefs that are in the British Museum. But there is so much more to find, so much of such phenomenal beauty and historical importance, that a visitor to those ancient precincts might feel as if he or she were in touch physically, mystically with the world described in the Old Testament. If only the stones could survive.

And it’s not just the monumental sculptures that are in danger, but thousands of artifacts and, also, ancient manuscripts from the many cultures—Islamic, Christian, and pagan—that inhabited the region of Mosul when it sat astride the caravan route that led from the Far East into the Near East and Europe.

Soon after al-Bagdhadi’s men arrived in Mosul, they told the museum staff that the ancient statues were “against Islam.” But then they left the building. The collections remained unmolested for several days, and the initial reports that the statues had been smashed appear to have been erroneous. The photographs of shattered sculptures that circulated on the Web actually came from Syria, according to local officials in Mosul. But the caliphate’s gauleiters issued a city charter and declared in its Article 13 that “false idols” would have to be destroyed.

Som denne 10 år gamle BBC artikel fortæller så er kulturel destruktion ikke et udslag af noget særegent ved ISIS, men en ganske almindelig muslimsk foreteelse

Turkish troops intervened on Cyprus in 1974, in response to a military coup by Greek Cypriot officers who sought union with Greece.

In the ensuing chaos, up to 200,000 Greek Cypriots fled from their homes in the north.

Since then, more than 500 churches have been under Turkish control.

Some have been destroyed, many ransacked - icons and frescoes have disappeared.

It is one of the most systematic examples of the looting of art since World War II.

Telegraph kan man læse om den nuværende trussel mod os selv

France foiled an Islamist terrorist plot to target the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and even a nuclear power plant, it emerged on Wednesday, as the country unveiled new, tougher anti-terror rules.

French police stumbled on the plans after decrypting coded messages between a 29-year-old Algerian butcher living in the Vaucluse, southern France, known only as Ali M, and one of the highest-ranking members in al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, or AQIM.

According to Le Parisien newspaper, in April last year, the married father of two who went by the pseudonym Abu Jaji was asked by his AQIM contact, whose web alias was Redouane18, to make “suggestions concerning how to conduct jihad in the place you are currently”.

Ali M suggested targeting nuclear power plants, “planes at the moment of take-off”, and a string of French landmarks, including the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre museum in Paris.

Failing that, he suggested launching terror attacks on “the modest and poor French population” in markets or nightclubs, as well as police patrols.

Men muslimerne kan for min skyld smadre alt islamisk for hinanden da det er uden værdi.

Og nogle billeder af moskeer der smadres, som man vel heller ikke bliver træt af at kigge på

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Og måske, hvem ved, tør man håbe? Fox News er altid optimister

ISIS is leaving a path of destroyed churches, shrines and mosques in its wake as it storms across Syria and Iraq, and has even set its sights on Mecca — Islam’s holiest site.

The nihilistic jihadis, led by self-proclaimed descendant of Prophet Muhammad Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, have already bulldozed or blown up some of the most sacred places in Iraq, and seem bent on killing and destroying anyone or anything that does not measure up to their vision of Islam. Experts say the group, which originally stood for Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, but now simply calls itself “Islamic State,” has appointed itself the leading proponent of the Muslim faith.

“They see themselves as the last defenders of Islamic civilization and want to eradicate anything that they see as the enemy of Islam, and any Muslim they perceive as compromising with the West,” Yvonne Haddad, a professor at Georgetown University who specializes in the history of Islam and Christian-Muslim relations, told FoxNews.com.

“But if ISIS actually tried to destroy the Ka’ba, they would be met with extraordinary opposition.”

- Prof. Carl Ernst, University of North Carolina

Mostly comprised of Sunnis, ISIS surprised few when it vowed to destroy sites revered by the rival Shia sect. The two main blocs of Islam have been at odds for nearly 1,400 years because of a dispute over who was Prophet Muhammad’s successor. The destruction of at least 10 ancient Shia shrines in Iraq has enraged the Shia government in Baghdad, as well as the Iranian regime, also Shia.

But an unverified threat to Mecca itself, the holy city in Sunni-dominated Saudi Arabia where Muslims believe they must make one pilgrimage during their lifetimes, was unprecedented. Allegedly tweeted by a member of the extremist group on a since-suspended account, the threat took aim at the most sacred beacon of the Muslim faith.

Mecca, home of Islam’s most sacred mosque, Al-Masjid al-Haram, and its famed Kaaba, a cube-shaped, granite and marble building adorned with Koranic inscriptions and priceless relics like the golden rain spout, a purported footprint of Abraham and the black cornerstone believed to have been placed by Muhammad.

“By Allah’s leave our sheikh al-Baghdadi led Mecca stone for those who worship (pilgrims) will kill you and God ‘ I will tear down the Ka’ba, the place of worship,” the alleged ISIS militant said on the social media site, according to reports from Turkish media adding that those of the Islamic faith should not be worshipping ’stones.’”

Hvis vi kunne redde alle civilisationens artefakter så kunne vi da godt, som en svensk leder forslår, lade ISIS få deres kalifat. Klø bare på mod syd.

Isis med deres egne ord

En time lang propaganda video, der også er det bedste vidnesbyrd om islam og de rettroende muslimers verdensbillede. Grusomheder i flotte billeder.

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