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FBI: US girls may have tried to join jihadis


What do parents do with kids, especially girls, who have somehow become so twisted that they would actually fly to Germany in an attempt to join IS fighters?

What could possibly influence three teenage girls to do this? The answer is unknown, at least for now. I’m just glad I’m not one of the parents of these girls. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press

Associated Press

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DENVER (AP) — Three teenage girls from suburban Denver may have been trying to join Islamic State militants in Syria after stealing their parents’ money and flying to Germany, authorities said Tuesday.

The girls — two sisters, ages 17 and 15, and their 16-year-old friend — were reported missing after they skipped school Friday, but the families had no indication of where they might have gone, said Glenn Thompson, bureau chief of the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Department.

They were stopped at the Frankfurt, Germany, airport over the weekend by FBI agents and returned to Colorado where they were reunited with their families, FBI spokeswoman Suzie Payne said.

A U.S. official said the girls were headed toward Turkey en route to Syria and that investigators were now reviewing evidence, including the girls’ computers.

Another U.S. official called the case “concerning” both to the community and to the country in general. The official said the evidence gathered so far made it clear that the girls were headed to Syria, though the official said investigators were still determining what sort of contacts they had in that country. The official said investigators would be trying to figure out whether there were “like-minded” friends and acquaintances in the girls’ social circle.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the ongoing investigation by name.

The Arapahoe County missing person’s report contains details of the girls’ movements.

They said they stayed in the Frankfurt airport for an entire day before being detained, questioned and returned to Denver, where they were further questioned by the FBI and sent home.

They told authorities they had gone to Germany for “family” but wouldn’t elaborate.

Suspicion arose when the sisters’ father realized his daughters were gone, along with $2,000 and their passports.

The 16-year-old girl’s father became concerned when he got a call from her high school saying she hadn’t reported to class, according to the police reports.

The families reported no prior problems with the girls.

Deputies closed the missing person’s case Monday after they learned the girls had been returned.

A man who answered the door at the sisters’ home in the Denver suburb of Aurora identified himself as a family member but said he had no comment.

The announcement comes one month after 19-year-old Shannon Conley of Arvada, Colorado, pleaded guilty to charges that she conspired to help militants in Syria.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Denver declined to comment on the latest cases. It’s unclear whether the girls will face charges.

Crimes committed by juveniles are treated as acts of “delinquency” in the federal system and are not handled the same way as crimes committed by adults.

Authorities have not said how they think the girls became interested in helping the Islamic State militants. In Conley’s case, she told agents she wanted to marry a suitor she met online who said he was a Tunisian man fighting with the Islamic State group in Syria.

Conley said she wanted to use her American military training with the U.S. Army Explorers to fight a holy war overseas, authorities said. If she could not fight with the extremists, she told agents, she would use her training as a nurse’s aide.

Agents, who had been overtly trying to stop Conley, arrested her in April as she boarded a flight she hoped would ultimately get her to Syria. She could face up to five years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine when she is sentenced in January.

Foreign fighters from dozens of nations are pouring into the Middle East to join the Islamic State group and other terrorist organizations. U.S. officials are putting new energy into trying to understand what radicalizes people far removed from the fight, and into trying to prod countries to do a better job of keeping them from joining up.

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Associated Press writers Eric Tucker in Washington and P. Solomon Banda in Aurora contributed to this report.

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Suicide, car bombings in Iraq kill at least 33


KABOOM!!! More senseless killing by brain-dead indoctrinated religious freaks in Iraq… Islamic fundamentalism (is there any other kind?) continues to plague the Middle East.

In the decades to come, as Muslims continue to populate the world, what is transpiring now in the Middle East will occur in Europe and then spread to other continents. One can already see this progression. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press

Associated Press

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BAGHDAD (AP) — Militants unleashed attacks on Iraq’s majority Shiite community on Monday, killing at least 33 people, the latest in relentless assaults that have challenged the Shiite-led government as it battles the Sunni-led insurgency by the Islamic State group.

A suicide bomber hit a mosque in Baghdad as Shiite worshippers left after noon prayers, killing 17 people, while a triple car bombing in the holy city of Karbala killed 16.

Iraq has been plunged into its worst crisis since the U.S. troops left at the end of 2011 in the wake of the blitz by the Islamic State militants this summer.

The extremists group captured large chunks of land in western and northern Iraq, carving out a proto-state on the territory it controls between Syria and Iraq and imposing its own harsh interpretation of Islamic law, or Shariah.

Since August, U.S. warplanes have been carrying out airstrikes against the group as Iraqi and Kurdish security forces work to retake territory it has seized.

In Baghdad, the bomber blew himself up among Shiite worshippers as they were leaving a mosque in a commercial area in the city center after midday prayers Monday, killing at least 17 people and wounding 28, a police officer said.

In Karbala, three separate car bombs went off simultaneously, killing at least 16 people and wounding 41, another police officer said. The city, about 90 kilometers (55 miles) south of Baghdad, is home to the tombs of two most revered Shiite imams and the site of year-round pilgrimages. The explosives-laden cars were parked in commercial areas and parking lots near government offices, the officer added.

Medical officials confirmed the casualty figures. All officials spoke on condition of anonymity as they were not authorized to talk to media.

The attacks in Baghdad and Karbala came a day after a suicide bombing targeted another Shiite mosque in the Iraqi capital, in the western Harithiya neighborhood, killing 28 people.

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the latest attacks but they bore the hallmarks of the al-Qaida-breakaway Islamic State group, which has recently claimed several other large bombings in Baghdad and elsewhere, particularly in Shiite areas.

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Associated Press writer Murtada Faraj contributed to this report from Baghdad.

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Pat Condell: The Religion Of Permanent Offence


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America’s Saudi problem in its anti-IS coalition


Saudi Arabia; hell on earth. An Islamic State in its truest form, where women are slaves and beheadings are commonplace. This is what Islam is all about. 

I would recommend that every Muslim living in the United States move to Saudi Arabia. Hey, if you love your religion and what it represents so much, why not live where it is carried out to the letter of the Quran. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: The Christian Science Monitor

Saudi Arabia sentenced dissident Shiite cleric Nimr Baqir al-Nimr to death today. That’s trouble for a strategy that rests on ending sectarianism in Iraq.

Christian Science Monitor

Following two years in jail, most of that time in solitary confinement, Saudi Arabia sentenced dissident Shiite cleric Nimr Baqir al-Nimr to death today for leading demonstrations and “inciting sectarian strife.” Mr. Nimr’s predicament – and that of at least 5 other Shiite activists Saudi Arabia has sentenced to death this year – illustrates a problem for the US strategy for taking on the so-called Islamic State in Iraq.

The Obama administration believes that a non-sectarian government in Iraq is the key answer to the country’s problems. There’s little doubt that the Shiite dominated politics that emerged after the US invaded Iraq in 2003 has fueled support for IS among the country’s Sunni Arabs.

But with country’s like Saudi Arabia in the coalition the US is trying to build against IS, you have one of the greatest forces for sectarianism in the region. Nimr has long been an influential figure among Saudi Arabia’s repressed Shiite minority, who are concentrated in the country’s oil-rich east.

“The death sentence against Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr is part of a campaign by the authorities in Saudi Arabia to crush all dissent, including those defending the rights of the Kingdom’s Shi’a Muslim community,” Said Boumedouha, deputy director of Amnesty International’s Middle East and North Africa Program, said in a statement. “The shocking death sentence against Sheikh al-Nimr followed by the arrest of his brother in court today illustrate the lengths Saudi Arabia will go to in their quest to stop Shi’a activists from defending their rights. Sheikh al-Nimr must be released and Saudi Arabia must end its systematic discrimination and harassment of the Shi’a community.”

With allies like this, and ongoing close military ties between the US and Saudi Arabia, it’s hard for President Obama or Secretary of State John Kerry to convince Iraq’s Shiite leaders that they’re taking their interests to heart.

Saudi prosecutors over the summer argued that Nimr should be beheaded – the typical form of execution in the Kingdom – and then crucified in a public square for the crime of “speaking against God.” However, if the sentence is carried out, it appears the crucifixion isn’t currently planned.

Saudi Arabia has beheaded at least 41 people so far this year, and by no means all of those killed were murderers themselves. Four members of a family were beheaded in August for smuggling hashish. That same month, a woman was executed for practicing “sorcery.”

Toby Craig Jones, a professor of Middle Eastern history at Rutgers, wrote about Nimr and his significance to the country’s Shiites in 2008:

In addition to the diplomatic response by the 85 activists, there has also been a surge of hostility in some circles. The Shi`a cleric Nimr al-Nimr, who has long rejected the willingness of figures such as Hassan al-Saffar and Jaafar al-Shayib to work within the political system for the amelioration of Shi`a grievances, recently stated publicly that “we stand with Iran, heart and soul, and with all our resources.” While al-Nimr’s harangue was directed at the United States and American hostility toward Iran, it should also be read as a response to the unwillingness of the Saudi regime to address the endemic sectarianism inside the kingdom as well as a signal that the moderation that has dominated Saudi Shi`a politics since the early 1990s is under fire from within the community. Al-Nimr declared that “we fear no one, be they regimes, arrogant powers, or mercenary pens.”

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GhostRider vs TGO: Cuba


Ah yes, my old friend GhostRider is back once again; I’ve missed him over the past few months. In fact, what is posted below is his response to my commentary regarding a story I posted on Cuba. You can see the original story along with my commentary if you follow the link below;

http://thegreatone22.wordpress.com/2014/10/01/records-kissinger-made-plans-to-attack-cuba/

First of all, for those of you who don’t know who GhostRider is, he’s a guy who likes to stir it up. He’s also a guy who lives on cliches; you know that guy, he always has something to say, it’s just the same line all the time.

Judge me, see if I give a fuck.” “That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.”

He’s even got a line for picking up women; in fact he’s got dozens of them. He can’t rely on his good looks, so he goes for the cheap stuff. Ironically enough, it works, albeit on the “cheap stuff,” if you get my drift.

Anyway, back to the topic at hand… I never said that Cuba was Switzerland, or Monaco, or any of the Scandinavian countries. What I did say is that Cuba was absolutely, unequivocally not the third-world, communist hell-hole that it is today.

To be fair, I must agree with GhostRider in that unfortunately, and it must be that Spanish blood, ALL, and I repeat, ALL Latin American countries are completely f*cked-up; bad politics, collusion, dictatorships, widespread corruption – you name it. These symptoms are all widespread in both Central and South America, and Cuba has never been the exception. Anyone who knows of Fulgencio Batista must admit that he was as corrupt as they come. However, compared to the general malaise of the Cuban people, the state of the economy, the lack of freedom, the hypocrisy, you name it… that Cuba is today, the Cuba of the early and mid 1950s was a paradise. 

First of all, the Cuba of the early and mid 1950s didn’t have that bearded cockroach, Fidel Castro, or his gay brother, Raul Castro. And it certainly didn’t have that Argentinian douche-bag-assassin, Che Guevara, shooting people at point-blank range in the back of the head (he was too much of a coward to look them in the eye). So, if for no other reason (and there are many) the “old Cuba” was much better than the post revolutionary Cuba (after January 1, 1959).

And may I add, in the pre-1959 Cuba, Cubans were allowed to own property; you know, homes, businesses… Post 1959, all private property was stolen from the people and went to the state, which is to say it ALL went to Castro’s pockets and the communist cronies who supported him; those ass-sniffing scum-bags who imprisoned their own family members for a “piece of the pie.”

Anyway, I could go on, but what’s the point? In closing, I have two thoughts for GhostRider:

1. If you live in a banana republic now (in Miami) why not leave?

2. Leave for Cuba. Live the “dream.” Move to Cuba and see what’s it’s like to regress 50 years. Live in Cuba without good food, standing in line for your monthly rations. Live with power outages. Live in a country where the people live off of scamming one another for what they can get. Live in a country where there is no optimism. Live in a country where girls just past puberty are selling their bodies for food; where the common man (unless he is a government informant) has no chance of having even a decent life. Go for it; indulge in the “freedom” and “liberty” that communism “offers.” 

You have a choice. Go for it! TGO

From GhostRider:

I do know who is full of shit, if you asked me. I was born in New York City in ’56 to Cuban parents who had left Gilligan’s Island a year earlier and live in Miami, and have lived here since the age of 12 when my parents dragged me down here as part of a conspiracy to ruin my life. Obviously Castro was not the reason the left…simply put, they left because Cuba was a Banana Republic. None of this dollar equality, sugar, rum, cigars, copper, and nickel meant crap. Hundreds of millions of dollars in tourism annually??? Puhhlease…one could have bought the whole island for that kinda money back then. People had FREEDOM there? Everything I see about the Cuban culture is that they have always worried about what the neighbors taught when it came to their actions, behaviors, what they said, and even what they thought – if you want true freedom, learn to say, “Judge me, see if I give a fuck” and you’ll be free even there. I should know for we are in the year 2014, not 1956, and anyone of my contemporaries…if they are honest enough…will tell you that I am presently living (using the theory of relativity) in a Banana Republic right now at this present moment, and surely you can’t tell me the Little Havana of the 50s was a more advanced setting than the Little Havana of modern times here in the USA. Both turned the surroundings into a Banana Republic with the exception that one rotted away and the other is so ripe it should be disposed of before it smells up the place. -GhostRider Wisdom…that’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

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Dallas Cowboys RB Randle arrested on theft charge


In the wake of what has transpired with Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, now you have another knucklehead arrested for shoplifting. Really? Are these guys really that stupid? The obvious answer is yes!

I’m a Dallas Cowboys fan, but personally, I hope this guy is suspended for the rest of the season; just for being stupid! TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press

Associated Press

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IRVING, Texas (AP) — Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has been arrested on a shoplifting charge, accused of taking $123 worth of cologne and underwear from a suburban Dallas department store and telling a police officer he thought to himself, “all right, y’all got me,” after a security guard stopped him.

Randle, who is charged with a Class B misdemeanor theft between $50 and $500, was detained Monday evening by store security and later taken to the Frisco city jail before posting bond early Tuesday, police Sgt. Brad Merritt said.

The arrest came a day after one of Randle’s best games since joining Dallas as a fifth-round draft pick out of Oklahoma State last season. He had a 38-yard run and a key tackle on a kickoff in a 30-23 victory at Super Bowl champion Seattle that gave the Cowboys their first 5-1 record since 2007.

According to an arrest report, Randle was caught on video placing items later identified as a “tester” bottle of Gucci Guilty Black cologne and a two-pack of Polo underwear into a Dillard’s bag after making a purchase at the store at Stonebriar Centre, about 30 miles north of Dallas.

The 22-year-old Randle was stopped by a security guard in the parking lot and later told a police officer that when he saw the “old guy,” referring to the security guard, he thought to himself, “all right, y’all got me.”

After getting stopped by security, Randle returned to the store and the items were recovered. The cost of the items was $123.50 before sales tax. Randle is in the second year of a four-year, $2.3 million rookie contract with a base salary of $495,000 this season.

Randle, who declined to talk to reporters in the locker room Tuesday, finished with 52 yards rushing on five carries against the Seahawks. He has 113 yards on 16 carries for the season as the backup to NFL rushing leader DeMarco Murray. Randle had 164 yards rushing and two touchdowns as a rookie last year.

The Cowboys did not respond to a request for comment over the latest off-the-field news to envelop the team. They are waiting for results of a police investigation into a sexual assault complaint filed last month against special teams player C.J. Spillman in Grapevine, another Dallas suburb.

Spillman, who hasn’t been arrested or charged, has played in all six games for Dallas. Coach Jason Garrett, who wasn’t available Tuesday to address Randle’s arrest, has said Spillman’s status won’t change unless police pursue the case.

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Staff Writer David Warren in Dallas contributed to this report.

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Online:

AP NFL website: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP_NFL

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Bishops say gays have gifts to offer church


Never in the history of mankind has an organization, much less a religious one, prostituted itself as the Catholic Church has. Here is an institution that for over eight hundred years was the end-all when it came to morality; it’s morality. It tortured, maimed and slaughtered anyone who was even believed to break Church teachings; among these (and possibly at the top of the list) was homosexuality. And now here they are, centuries later, caving in on the subject in order to maintain its ‘fan base’. What hypocrisy!

Next thing to go; celibacy, children out of wedlock… Maybe before too long there will be women priests? It’s all about maintaining its popularity – and continuing to rake in the billions and billions of dollars it does annually – all in the name of God of course. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press

Associated Press

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VATICAN CITY (AP) — Catholic bishops signaled a radical shift in tone Monday about accepting gays into the church, saying they had gifts to offer and that their partnerships, while morally problematic, provided homosexual couples with “precious” support.

In a preliminary report, released half-way through a Vatican meeting on family life called by Pope Francis, the bishops also said the church must welcome divorcees and recognize the “positive” aspects of civil marriages and even Catholics who cohabitate, as well as the children of these less traditional families.

While it does not change church doctrine, the tone of the report on a host of hot-button family issues such as marriage, divorce, homosexuality and birth control was one of almost-revolutionary acceptance and understanding rather than condemnation. It will guide a closed-door debate until a final document is issued Saturday.

Gay rights groups hailed what they called a “seismic shift” in the church’s attitude toward gays.

“For the LGBT Catholics in the United States and around the world, this new document is a light in the darkness — a dramatic new tone from a church hierarchy that has long denied the very existence of committed and loving gay and lesbian partnerships,” said Chad Griffin, president of Human Rights Campaign, the biggest LGBT rights organization in the U.S.

Some conservative cardinals downplayed the report as insignificant or derided it as unacceptable, while conservative groups denounced it as heresy and a “betrayal” that will only serve to confuse Catholics.

“Confused, contradictory chaos in Rome,” headlined the arch-conservative commentator Michael Voris.

Bishops clearly took into account the views of the pope, whose “Who am I to judge?” comment about gays signaled a new tone of welcome for the church. Their report also reflected the views of ordinary Catholics who, in responses to Vatican questionnaires in the run-up to the synod, rejected church teaching on birth control and homosexuality as outdated and irrelevant.

In a sign of the chasm that is apparently underway, Francis decided late Friday to add six progressives from four continents to the synod leadership to help prepare the final document after several conservatives were elected to leadership positions. None of Francis’ appointees were Africans, who are traditionally among the most conservative on family issues.

“The drama continues,” a wry Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, archbishop of Manila, said of the debate.

The bishops said gays had “gifts and qualities” to offer and asked rhetorically if the church was ready to provide them a welcoming place, “accepting and valuing their sexual orientation without compromising Catholic doctrine on the family and matrimony.”

For a 2,000-year-old institution that teaches that gay sex is “intrinsically disordered,” even posing the question was significant.

“This is a stunning change in the way the Catholic Church speaks of gay people,” said the Rev. James Martin, a Jesuit author. “The Synod is clearly listening to the complex, real-life experiences of Catholics around the world, and seeking to address them with mercy, as Jesus did.”

The bishops repeated that gay marriage was off the table. But it acknowledged that gay partnerships had merit.

“Without denying the moral problems connected to homosexual unions, it has to be noted that there are cases in which mutual aid to the point of sacrifice constitutes a precious support in the life of the partners,” they said.

Francis DeBernardo, executive director of New Ways Ministry, a Catholic gay rights group said that though the report repeats doctrine about gay marriage, “the move toward accepting and valuing the gifts of gay and lesbian people is a major step forward.”

Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of New York, downplayed the significance of the report, saying it was merely a draft and did not represent any kind of “earthquake” in church teaching. “It’s not the final word and we’re going to have a lot to say about it,” he said in an interview with the SiriusXM/Catholic Channel.

Indeed, Polish Cardinal Stanislaw Gadecki called the report “unacceptable” and a deviation from church teaching, according to an interview with Vatican Radio.

Conservative groups rejected the report as a “betrayal” and even heresy.

“What will Catholic parents now have to tell their children about contraception, cohabiting with partners or living homosexual lifestyles?” asked Maria Madise, coordinator of the Voice of the Family, which says it represents several pro-life and conservative groups. “Will those parents now have to tell their children that the Vatican teaches that there are positive and constructive aspects to these mortal sins? This approach destroys grace in souls.”

The tradition-minded blog Rorate Caeli called the document “heresy, homoheresy.”

In the report, bishops said the church must grasp the “positive reality of civil weddings” and even cohabitation, with the aim of helping the couple commit eventually to a church wedding.

They also called for a re-reading of the 1968 encyclical Humanae Vitae, which outlined the church’s opposition to artificial birth control. The bishops said couples should be unconditionally open to having children, but that the message of Humanae Vitae “underlines the need to respect the dignity of the person in the moral evaluation of the methods of birth control.”

There has been much talk inside the synod about applying the theological concept of the “law of gradualness” in difficult family situations, including over contraception. The concept encourages the faithful to take one step at a time in the search for holiness.

In matters of birth control, the concept amounts to a tacit acknowledgement that most Catholics already use artificial contraception in violation of church teaching. But applying the concept pastorally would encourage priests to meet these couples where they are, and then help them come to understand the full reasoning behind the ban and then adopt it themselves.

Bishops also called for “courageous” new ways to minister to families, especially those “damaged” by divorce. The document didn’t take sides in the most divisive issue at the synod, whether Catholics who divorce and remarry without an annulment can receive Communion.

Church teaching holds that without an annulment, these Catholics are living in sin and thus ineligible to receive the sacraments.

The document said these Catholics deserve respect and should not be discriminated against, and then laid out the positions of both sides: those who want to maintain the status quo barring them from the sacraments, and those who favor a case-by-case approach, in which the couple undertakes a path of penance.

Pope Francis has called for a more merciful approach to these couples, but conservatives have insisted there is no getting around Jesus’ words that marriage is indissoluble.

There have been suggestions that the conservatives were being sidelined, if not silenced, behind the synod walls given Francis’ known position on the matter.

Asked about the perceived sidelining of conservatives at the synod, Tagle, the archbishop of Manila, said there had been “ample space” for people to speak their minds.

On other issues, the bishops said:

—The church must speed up and streamline the annulment process to make it “more accessible and flexible.” Proposals include removing the automatic appeal for annulment cases and allowing an administrative rather than cumbersome judicial process, the bishops said.

—Divorced Catholics who remarry in civil unions must be treated with respect “avoiding any language or behavior that might make them feel discriminated against.”

—Children of gays and divorcees require special pastoral care. “The church pays special attention to the children who live with couples of the same sex, emphasizing that the needs and rights of the little ones must always be given a priority.”

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Islamic State suicide bomber detonates truck near Syria-Turkey border


More of the same from those same crazy Muslims, who continue to show the civilized world that they are barbarians, and will always be barbarians because that’s what Islam is; a violent, Bronze Age faith.
And to all of you ass-sniffing, Muslim apologists out there, wake up! TGO
Refer to story below. Source: Reuters
Reuters

IS Dick

AMMAN (Reuters) – An Islamic State suicide bomber detonated a truck laden with explosives on Monday in the besieged Kurdish town of Kobani, near the Turkish border crossing with Syria, a monitoring group and Kurdish sources said.

The attack took place in a northern district of Kobani, which has been the scene of heavy clashes between Kurdish forces and Islamic State fighters.

Idris Nassan, a Kurdish official in Kobani, said two Kurdish fighters had been wounded during the suicide bomb attack, which appeared to have been aimed at clearing a way for the IS fighters to advance further into the town.

“They (IS fighters) tried to advance towards the (border) crossing but the (Kurdish) People’s Protection Units repelled them … and they were not able to push forward,” Nassan told Reuters.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group reported more heavy clashes on Monday inside the city, where U.S.-led air strikes have so far failed to halt the militants’ advance.

The Observatory said there had been at least five U.S.-led strikes early on Monday, mainly targeting southern districts of Kobani, which is known as Ayn al-Arab in Arabic.

Clashes also continued to the east, killing a dozen Islamic State fighters, the Observatory said.

The militant group wants to seize the town to consolidate a dramatic sweep across northern Iraq and Syria. The advances by the group, which espouses a rigidly conservative brand of Islam, has sent shockwaves through the Middle East.

For graphic click on http://link.reuters.com/zed23w

(Reporting by Suleiman Al-Khalidi; Editing by Gareth Jones)

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IS jihadists execute four women in northern Iraq


IS members are real tough guys, aren’t they – killing women. How low can these people get? They have no regard for human life whatsoever. I’m surprised they haven’t begun executing children, although I wouldn’t put it past them.

Religion, and more specifically Islam, truly is a cancer. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press

AFP

ISBaghdad (AFP) – The Islamic State group has executed at least four women, including two doctors and a politician, in their northern Iraq strongholds this month, relatives and rights activists said on Saturday.

In the IS hub of Mosul, the jihadists executed three women on Wednesday including two doctors, Hanaa Edwar, a human rights activist who heads the Al-Amal organisation, said.

A medical source in Mosul confirmed their deaths and named the two doctors as Maha Sabhan and Lamia Ismail. The third woman was a law graduate.

On October 5, Iman Mohammed Yunus, a former Sunni parliamentarian from the Iraq Turkmen Front in the city of Tal Afar, farther west towards the Syrian border, was also executed.

“They took her from her home last month and called her family this week to say that she had been executed,” said Ali al-Bayati, who runs a foundation supporting the rights of Iraq’s Turkmen minority.

“Then they dumped her body in a water well outside Tal Afar,” he said.

According to Edwar, who confirmed Yunus’ execution, at least four other women were executed by IS militants in the Mosul area in recent weeks.

Among them were a former candidate for the local council and an academic.

“Women are easy targets for them. Many of the rights activists from Mosul ran away but some of the women among them had to stay with their children,” Edwar said.

IS militants have controlled Mosul since June 10, the second day of a major offensive that saw jihadist fighters seize swathes of land in five Iraqi provinces.

They have used the city, Iraq’s second largest, as a de facto capital for the Iraqi half of the “caliphate” which their leadership proclaimed in June and also includes large parts of Syria.

“After going after the ethnic and religious minorities, they are now hunting down Sunni members of civil society groups and anyone remotely connected with the government,” Edwar said.

She said IS was probably trying to sow maximum fear among the population by openly targeting women.

“When you abduct and kill women, you are really spreading horror,” she said.

On September 22, IS executed a women’s rights activist, Samira Saleh al-Nuaimi, reportedly because she had condemned the demolition of heritage sites by IS on social media.

Edwar also said two men, a judge and a deputy prosecutor, had been executed over the past two weeks.

A source at the Mosul morgue confirmed that their bodies had been brought in earlier this month.

 

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Suicide bomber kills 11 in market north of Baghdad


KABOOM! Another rag-head bites the dust in the name of Allah; brilliant! Since these ignorant Muslims are so eager to die, what they should do is gather around in the middle of the desert, hundreds of thousands of them, and set off one giant bomb! Just think about it, one BIG KABOOM! Then, innocent people would not be injured or killed, and the religiously indoctrinated Islamic morons would die happy thinking they’re going to heaven. Everybody wins! TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Reuters

Reuters

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – A suicide bomber detonated his explosives belt in a market north of Baghdad on Saturday, killing 11 people and wounding 21 others, medical and police officials said.

The attack took place about 28 km (17 miles) north of the capital, between the towns of Tarmiyah and Mishahda. The area has been the scene of clashes between Iraqi forces and Islamic State (IS) fighters, who have taken control of large sections of northern and western Iraq this year.

In other violence, four Iraqi soldiers died in a friendly-fire incident in the town of Udaim, 90 km northeast of Baghdad.

The soldiers, who had been wounded by IS fighters, were being taken to hospital when Shi’ite militia volunteers who mistook them for insurgents fired a rocket-propelled grenade at their vehicle, police and medical officials said.

(The story fixes typo in Udaim, third paragraph)

(Reporting by Ahmed Rasheed and Raheem Salman; Writing by Ned Parker; Editing by Pravin Char)

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Rights group: Saudi officials on ruthless campaign


King Abdullah is a world-class a-hole; not just because he’s a king, but most of all because he is a Muslim, which means he is a fanatical dipstick. Saudi Arabia is a dictatorship of the worst kind; a religious dictatorship. Living there must be worse than living in North Korea; which is about as bad as it gets on earth.
Just check out the slaves in their cloth-bags. A testament to the reality of what Islam is; an oppressive, unrelenting ideology where men rule and women are less than human. TGO
Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press
Associated Press

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Saudi Arabia is waging a “systematic and ruthless campaign of persecution” against peaceful activists in order to silence criticism of the state in the wake of the 2011 Arab Spring uprisings, Amnesty International said Friday.

The rights group released a new 20-page report, titled “Saudi Arabia’s ACPRA: How the kingdom silences its human rights activists,” focusing mostly on the cases brought against 11 members of the Saudi Civil and Political Rights Association. Amnesty refers to the group as ACRPA, though it is also widely known by its Arabic acronym HASEM.

“The Saudi Arabian authorities have targeted the founding members of ACPRA one by one, in a relentless effort to dismantle the organization and silence its members, as part of a broader crackdown on independent activism and freedom of expression since 2011,” the report said.

Amnesty said the government has also responded with force to protests for greater political rights, particularly those led by members of the country’s Shiite minority. The rights group said that in other cases, security forces have used ill-treatment and torture against political detainees.

“The Saudi Arabian authorities have consolidated their iron grip on power through a systematic and ruthless campaign of persecution against peaceful activists in a bid to suppress any criticism of the state in the aftermath of the 2011 Arab uprisings,” said Said Boumedouha, deputy head of Amnesty’s Middle East and North Africa program.

Saudi officials have traditionally not responded to criticism from rights groups.

Eight out of the 11 main members of HASEM are detained, while the remaining three are free pending trial.

One of those detained is 24-year-old Umar al-Saeed, who was sentenced in December to four years in prison and 300 lashes. The verdict came in a secret, surprise session of his trial without his defense lawyers or family present.

Saudi Arabia is an absolute monarchy and all major decisions rest in the hands of King Abdullah, who is almost 90 years old. There is no elected parliament and little written law.

The kingdom aggressively monitors social media websites like Facebook and Twitter, where jokes about the aging monarchy are rife and where youth openly vent their anger over corruption and unemployment.

Human rights activists “play a vital role in a country that has no independent media, allows no independent political parties, has no legislature capable of holding the executive authorities to account, no independent judiciary, and where the authorities have made it a crime to ‘communicate with external entities’ such as Amnesty International,” the report said.

Among the most common charges levied against critics is “breaking allegiance to and disobeying the ruler,” said Amnesty International.

The kingdom this year passed a sweeping anti-terrorism law that criminalizes acts that disturb public order, defame the reputation of the state or threaten the kingdom’s unity.

Saudi rights lawyer Waleed Abul-Khair, who helped found a group called Monitor of Human Rights in Saudi Arabia, was tried under the new law this year. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison and barred from traveling for another 15 years on charges related to his activism. He was found guilty of undermining the regime and officials, inciting public opinion and insulting the judiciary.

Abul-Khair and other activists have been tried by the kingdom’s Specialized Criminal Court, which was established five years ago to try terrorism cases.

“We have now gone from being peaceful activists to being manufactured as terrorists by the government,” HASEM activist Abdullah al-Shubaily, who will soon face trial over his activism, told The Associated Press. “We are being tried as terrorists and treated as terrorists.”

Al-Shubaily said Saudi authorities have “criminalized free speech.” He accused the government of turning a blind eye for years to Islamic extremists fighting abroad while clamping down on peaceful reformers. The kingdom this year made it illegal to fight in foreign conflicts.

Others also targeted since 2011 include two founding members of HASEM who are icons of the reform movement. Mohammed al-Qahtani and Abdullah al-Hamid were sentenced to 10-11 years in prison, with a five to 10-year ban on travel after that on charges of breaking allegiance with the ruler, inciting disorder, disseminating false information to foreign groups and founding an unlicensed organization.

The group was formed in 2009 to challenge the detention of people held for years without trial or beyond their sentences. Since then, it became one of the most vocal organizations in the kingdom, though it was never given a license. Unions and most independent civil society groups are not allowed to operate.

Earlier this year, at least 10 Saudis posted video statements on YouTube sharply criticizing the royal family and demanding change. At least three of those who appeared in videos were arrested, along with seven others connected to the videos.

Amnesty called on Saudi authorities to repeal the anti-terror law, release political prisoners, lift travel bans on activists and ensure all people are protected from torture and other ill-treatment.

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