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ISIS Announces Its Next Attack

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/06/20/ISIS-Announces-its-Next-Attack

ISIS ("the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS)0, is utterly evil -- and proud of it. The sharia court of ISIS issued a Fatwa proclaiming Al-Qamishli and its rural area as the rightful property of ISIS. The ISIS statement proclaims that after seeking God, jihadists should do the following:

1. Burn and bring down all houses of entertainment in Al-Qamishli.

2. Burn all stores selling alcohol and cigarettes.

3. Take full control of the famed "Jewelry market" of Al-Qamishli, and all silver and gold in the market is to be taken by the ISIS fighters because it is rightfully theirs.

4. Take full control of all food and clothing stores in order to give it to their brother jihadist fighters.

5. Empty the city of all Christians: Take their women; they are yours, and behead the Christian men. Empty the city of all Kurds, who are the grandchildren of deceivers; take out from the city the family of al Khaznawi and kill them all. (Sheikh Khaznawi was a Kurdish cleric in Qamishli who was assassinated in June 2005.) With the statement ISIS issued to its fighting units a map of Al-Hasaka, Al-Qamishli and other suburbs, where the above five tasks are to be carried out “according to the command of Allah.”

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hannahsarah
Jun. 22nd, 2014 06:58 am (UTC)
Well, when they exiled all of the Jews and seized all of their assets, nobody complained. What did you expect?
polaris93
Jun. 22nd, 2014 07:08 am (UTC)
Yes, there was warning. It was reminescent of the Nazis and what they did to the Jews. They're getting bolder now, maybe because President Pantywaist obviously won't do anything effective about it. Damn Obama to hell, anyway!
jordan179
Jun. 22nd, 2014 08:25 am (UTC)
As I expected on Election Eve 2012, the Third World is going to pay the most dearly for our folly. I can't say I'm happy about this, but I'm glad to be living in America rather than the Mideast right now.
polaris93
Jun. 22nd, 2014 08:17 pm (UTC)
Yes. I'vw got even more reason not to want to be in the Middle East (except for Israel): I'm not a Muslim -- and I'm a woman. A dangerous combination. And the Third World is paying and paying and paying and . . .
whitetail
Jun. 23rd, 2014 02:54 am (UTC)
To quote an American aphorism:

"To the victor belong the spoils."
-U.S. Senator William Learned Marcy (1832)

ISIS, though unquestionably evil, apparently knows exactly how to fight a war of conquest. You invade with savage force, you take or destroy everything that belongs to the conquered peoples, and either brutally subjugate or slaughter the population without mercy. Remember: these are 7th century Mohammedan jihadists heavily armed with modern weapons of war. Of course they are going to be barbaric and utterly ruthless! They have no fear of death, either, which makes them particularly dangerous. The only thing that's going to stop ISIS are other well-armed 7th century jihadists who are just as barbaric and ruthless killers as they are, but who are far greater in number. And unless the far more numerous Iraqi Shi'a get their military act together, and soon, ISIS will take Baghdad, and a significant chunk of historically Shi'a territory in the south and east, as well.
polaris93
Jun. 23rd, 2014 03:50 am (UTC)
I agree. We could send in Marines and SEALs to help defeat the Sunni, but President Pantywaist would never do anything so decisive with the potential to turn the tide in favor of the Shia
whitetail
Jun. 23rd, 2014 04:29 am (UTC)
That's for sure. Anyway, we in the West fight a different kind of armed conflict nowadays - and an inferior kind, at that. We fight battles, with the aim of defeating our enemies. ISIS, on the other hand, are true fanatical warriors bent on conquest, and that means you don't merely defeat your foe, you annihilate them. Like what ancient Rome did to Carthage. When Cato the Elder famously said, "Carthago delenda est," he truly meant complete and utter destruction, and that's exactly what Rome did. After they were done, there was no more Carthage, and no more Carthaginians, either. There is no such nation or nationality on Earth anymore. And when ISIS is done, there probably won't be a country called "Iraq" anymore, either.

Whatever the outcome of this bloodbath will be, no one can be certain yet, but myself, I think we should just totally sit this one out. Iraq never was a real nation, anyway. Let the new borders in the Levant be drawn by their own swords with their own blood, or better yet, let them all utterly annihilate each other. The world would be better off without these pestilential barbarians, whatever sect of their fanatical Mohammedan cult they may belong to.
polaris93
Jun. 29th, 2014 01:36 am (UTC)
I agree. What we need is another Genghis Khan, who did annihilate those who opposed the advance of his armies, but was fair and just in many ways when it came to dealing with Mongols and law-abiding non-Mongols. He also ensured religious freedom throughout his realm by the simple expedient of telling his subjects that they could believe in and practice any religion they wanted -- as long as they never tried to force others to convert to them. If they did that, he said, the religion they tried to convert others to had damned well be the Khan's own religion . . . OR ELSE (Bwa-ah-ah!). An astonishing precursor to Article 1 of the Bill of Rights. (Did his subjects believe him? After a few examples were set, they certainly did -- they weren't suicidal, after all. :-))
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