22 september 2014
18 september 2014
A nurse who works at a private hospital in Mersin, a city and province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, has told Turkish authorities and Parliament that she is sick and tired of treating members of the terrorist organization the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), which now calls itself the “Islamic State.”
The nurse, who was identified only by her initials, E.G., in a news story published by the Taraf daily on Wednesday, said of ISIL militants: “We treat them, and they go on to decapitate people. I am sick of treating wounded ISIL militants.” E.G. has also written a letter to Parliament and the National Police Department, saying she and her colleagues are extremely disturbed by the fact that they have to treat people “who chop off heads.”
Taraf reported that other health workers in Mersin and other provinces close to the Syrian border are uneasy about having to help wounded ISIL militants, who are responsible for extreme violence and bloodshed in northern Iraq and Syria.
Nå nej – det er jo fuldstændig omkostningsfrit at demonstrere mod den katolske kirke for overgreb der er 40-50 år gamle – og hvem tør opponere mod det multikulturelle samfunds kulturberigelser?.
Fra Pavebesøget i London 2010.
14 september 2014
Åbent brev til vore politikere i anledning af at ISIS igen har halshugget et menneske offentligt i medierne
Hvorfor skal vi ikke lade disse uintegrerbare individer rejse og søge deres såkaldte martyrium – uden mulighed for at komme tilbage?
Der er ingen mennesker ved deres fulde fem i Vesten, der ønsker dem her. Hvad angår deres såkaldte menneskerettigheder – jeg siger – giv dem de samme menneskerettigheder, som de giver deres ofre.
Alle de almindelige tillægsord er blevet brugt for at beskrive ISIS. ‘Onde, vilddyr, umenneskelige, monstere.’ Der kommer et punkt, hvor den slags beskrivelser af den adfærd ISIS ikke alene udfører men også praler med i den yderste realistiske grafiske detalje, bliver irrelevant. Dertil er vi kommet.
Intet samfund skal udvise nogensomhelst tolerance overfor de, som fortsætter med at støtte dette slagteri, som udføres i navnet af en depraveret syg ideologi som kalder sig ‘religion’. De, som støtter eller deltager i ISIS’ aktiviteter, har ikke længere undskyldningen “vi vidste ikke”‘, hvad sandheden var bag propagandaen fra de, som overbeviste dem. Alle fra Vesten, der har været i Irak eller Syrien, skal under ingen omstændigheder have mulighed for at komme tilbage. Og hvis de, mod forventning, skulle overleve, skal vi intetsomhelst foretage os, for at forhindre, at de kommer til at rådne op resten af livet i et Mellemøstligt fængsel.
Vi har kun en mulighed tilbage, og det er, at udrydde denne skamplet på menneskeheden.
Tyskland tager et lille skridt fremad.
Og til MSM: Hold op med at kalde dem ‘hellige’, ‘krigere’ o.s.v. Kald dem det de er: psykopatiske mordere. At kalde dem ‘dyr’ er en fornærmelse mod dyrene.
12 september 2014
10 september 2014
Det yazediske medlem af det irakiske parlament MP Vian Dakhil:
Number of abducted female Ezidis more than 5000, aged between 13-56. Girls sold for $300-$150
Hvor var det lige vi hørte protester fra vore feminister overfor pædofilien, voldtægterne, mordene og slaveriet der finder sted i Irak og Syrien med allahs velsignelse?
Nå ja – ingen steder, de har jo travlt med at diskutere kønsneutral opdragelse i børnehaven og lignende. De har heller ikke lige haft tid til at kommentere sagen fra Rapingham.
9 september 2014
Ifølge dansk lovgivning er det fuldt ud lovligt at rejse til Syrien og deltage i kamp mod Assad.
Det vil dog være ulovligt, hvis man tilslutter sig en terrorgruppe som Islamisk Stat eller begår overgreb mod civile.
»Det er meget, meget svært at bevise, hvis nogen har gjort noget ulovligt i Syrien. Først skal det bevises, at en organisation er en terrororganisation, så skal det bevises, at der er tilknytning til den,« siger professor i strafferet ved Københavns Universitet Jørn Vestergaard.
Man kan vel henholde sig til Nürnbergdomstolen, som erklærede SS, SD og GESTAPO for kriminelle organisationer, og at medlemskab af disse dermed var en kriminel handling, medmindre man var tvunget ind i dem:
The Tribunal declares to be criminal within the meaning of the Charter the group composed of those persons who had been officially accepted as members of the SS as enumerated in the preceding paragraph, who became or remained members of
the organization with knowledge that it was being used for the commission of acts declared criminal by Article 6 of the Charter, or who were personally implicated as members of the organization in the commission of such crimes, excluding, however, those who were drafted into membership by the State in such a way as to give them no choice in the matter, and who had committed no such crimes.
Medlemskab af de nævnte organisationer medførte bl.a., at man uden videre kunne arresteres, og at man mistede flere af sine rettigheder.
ISIS Sex Slave: Kurdish Yazidi teen girl, 17, describes horrific ordeal at hands of Islamic State
ERBIL-Hewlêr, Kurdistan region ‘Iraq’,— A Kurdish teenager taken captive by ISIS has described being forced into sexual slavery by the Islamist terrorists along with 40 other women, some as young as 12.
Islamic State fighters are killing and enslaving members of Iraq’s ancient religious minorities, including Assyrian Christians and the Yazidi Kurds.
The 17-year-old Yazidi, who is still in captivity, said her torturers were “people without a heart” who “do not even spare the women with small children”.
She claimed the women in her group of captives – all Yazidis – were being sexually abused on a daily basis, while being held in a building with barred windows and guarded by armed men.
“I beg you not to publish my name because I’m so ashamed of what they are doing to me,” she told Italy’s La Repubblica newspaper in an exclusive report.
“There’s a part of me that just wants to die. But there is another part of me that still hopes that I will be saved and that I will be able to embrace my parents once again.”
The paper was given a mobile number for the girl by her parents, who are in a refugee camp in Iraqi Kurdistan.
The distraught teenager added: “To hurt us even more, they told us to describe in detail to our parents what they are doing. They laugh at us because they think they are invincible.
“They consider themselves are supermen. But they are people without a heart. Our torturers do not even spare the women who have small children with them.
“Nor do they spare the girls – some of our group are not even 13 years old. Some of them will no longer say a word.”
The girl was captured by ISIS in August as they attacked the town of Sinjar, forcing many Yazidi families to flee into the adjacent mountain range and face starvation and death by dehydration rather capture or execution by the fanatics.
Though most of those there ultimately escaped, many were captured by the group, which has been accused of committing ethnic cleansing in Iraq on a historic scale.
ISIS has also been forcibly converting Yazidis, whose faith dates back 4,000 years, to Islam.
The girl, whom the paper gave the pseudonym Mayat, said she wished she was dead.
“They treat us as if we are their slaves. The men hit us and threaten us when we try to resist. Often I wish that they would beat me so severely that I would die,” she said.
“If one day this torture ever ends, my life will always be marked by what I have suffered in these weeks. Even if I survive, I don’t know how I’m going to cancel from my mind this horror.
“We’ve asked our jailers to shoot us dead, to kill us, but we are too valuable for them.
“They keep telling us that we are unbelievers because we are non-Muslims and that we are their property, like war booty. They say we are like goats bought at a market.”
Mayat is being held in a village south of Mosul, Iraq’s second city, which fell to ISIS shortly after they pushed into Iraq.
She said she had hoped the Peshmerga Kurdish forces, which have been fighting ISIS with assistance from American airstrikes, would rescue her.
She said: “I want them to hurry up and drive them all out, because I don’t know how much longer I can stand this. They’ve already killed my body. Now they’re killing my mind.”
After more than 3,000 women were abducted into slavery by ISIS in just two weeks, human rights campaigners Amnesty international told The Daily Mirror: “The victims are of all ages.
“It seems they took away entire families, all those who did not manage to flee.”
Last month two UN officials issued a joint statement on the “barbaric acts” of sexual violence committed by ISIS fighters.
“We condemn, in the strongest terms, the explicit targeting of women and children and the barbaric acts the ‘Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’ has perpetrated on minorities in areas under its control, and we remind all armed groups that acts of sexual violence are grave human rights violations that can be considered as war crimes and crimes against humanity,” Nickolay Mladenov, special representative of the UN secretary-general for Iraq and Zainab Hawa Bangura, special representative of the secretary-general on sexual violence in conflict, said.
The statement, reported by Newsweek, cited evidence of “savage rapes” being used as weapons of war against women and teenage boys and girls belonging to the Yazidi, Christian, Turkomen and Shabak minority groups in Iraq.
Academic and Middle East expert Haleh Esfandiari has said ISIS allow their followers to rape captured girls and women as a “reward”.
“ISIS has received considerable world attention for its savage beheadings, executions of captured soldiers and men in conquered towns and villages, violence against Christians and Shiites,t and the destruction of non-Sunni shrines and places of worship,” she blogged for the Wall Street Journal.
“But its barbarity against women has been treated as a side issue. Arab and Muslim governments, vocal on the threat ISIS poses to regional stability, have been virtually silent on ISIS’s systemic degradation, abuse, and humiliation of women.
“To the men of ISIS, women are an inferior race, to be enjoyed for sex and be discarded, or to be sold off as slaves.”
Amnesty International spokeswoman Donatella Rovera, who is in Iraq, told Huffington Post UK that, though the charity had not verified any cases of women suffering sexual abuse at the hands of ISIS, she said there was evidence that captured women were under “strong pressure to convert to Islam and strong pressure to marry (ISIS) fighters”.
For at citere Winston Churchill angående vore politikere:
“You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You chose dishonor and you will have war.”
6 september 2014
Burn ISIS Flag Challenge breder sig som en løbeild på nettet.
4 september 2014
UK Kurdish Genocide Task Force seeks international action to punish acts of genocide committed by terrorists
The UK Kurdish Genocide Task Force, an independent group of experts and British Parliamentarians, calls on the international community to end, prosecute and punish acts of genocide and other crimes against humanity committed by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)
The Kurdish Genocide Task Force was established in 2011 to gain recognition of acts of genocide that took place against the Iraqi Kurds in the past. It is now clear that genocide has come again to Iraq, this time claiming Yezidi Kurds, Assyrian Christians, Shabaks and Kakayis.
We urge all States to take swift and effective action.
Genocide starts with the first victim. There have already been too many.
3 september 2014
Fresh evidence uncovered by Amnesty International indicates that members of the armed group calling itself the Islamic State (IS) have launched a systematic campaign of ethnic cleansing in northern Iraq, carrying out war crimes, including mass summary killings and abductions, against ethnic and religious minorities.
A new briefing, Ethnic cleansing on historic scale: Islamic State’s systematic targeting of minorities in northern Iraq, published today presents a series of hair-raising accounts from survivors of massacres who describe how dozens of men and boys in the Sinjar region of northern Iraq were rounded up by Islamic State fighters, bundled into pick-up trucks and taken to village outskirts to be massacred in groups or shot individually. Hundreds, possibly thousands, of women and children, along with scores of men, from the Yezidi minority have also been abducted since the Islamic State took control of the area.
The group that calls itself the Islamic State (IS) has carried out ethnic cleansing on a historic scale in northern Iraq. IS has systematically targeted non-Arab and non- Sunni Muslim communities, killing or abducting hundreds, possibly thousands, and forcing more than 830,000 others to flee the areas it has captured since 10 June 2014. Ethnic and religious minorities have lived together in the Nineveh province; today, only those who were unable to flee remain trapped there, under threat of death if they do not convert to Islam.
Among the ethnic and religious minorities being targeted in northern Iraq are: Assyrian Christians, Turkmen Shi’a, Shabak Shi’a, members of the Yezidi faith, Kakai and Sabean Mandaeans. Many Arabs and Sunni Muslims known or believed to oppose IS have also been targeted in apparent reprisal attacks.
31 august 2014
Ireland should prepare for return of jihadists
About 26 Irish citizens are estimated to be fighting with factions involved in the expansion of the Islamic State.
Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has stated she would “not hesitate” to revoke the citizenship of any Irish passport holder involved in illegal or terror-related “jihadi” activities in Iraq or Syria.
29 august 2014
Yazidiske kvinders valg: konverter til islam og gift dig med ISIS medlem – eller daglig voldtægt og langsom død
Præsident Hussein Obama holdt i dag tale om, hvordan USA vil tackle ISIS.
Men han har en klar ide om, hvor ondskaben befinder sig:
28 august 2014
Samtidig er det en offentlig hemmelighed, at tusindvis af IS-terrorister fra hele Verden har fri passage gennem den gennemkontrollerede politistat Tyrkiet.
26 august 2014
Two polls released this week both ask a question that you would hope wouldn’t need asking: how many people support the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)? Unfortunately, in all four countries surveyed, the answer is greater than zero, and by a lot.
Here is a chart of the results of the polls. The first, by ICM Research, asked people in Germany, France, and the UK whether they had a favorable or unfavorable view of ISIS. The second, by the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion, asked Gazans whether they support or oppose ISIS. Here are the results.
First, a caveat: while the polls of Gazans and Europeans are similar, they are not totally identical. They were conducted by different polling agencies using different methods, and the different question could skew responses, as “support” is stronger than “favor.” So keep that in mind when comparing the Gaza results to the others, although it is hard to ignore that ISIS could have a higher approval rating in France than in Gaza.
In any case, the big, scary, surprising, number here is France: 16 percent of those surveyed say they support ISIS. That’s an awful lot. And that number gets even larger as the demographics get younger, as shown in this by-age breakdown published by Russia Today (the poll was commissioned by Russian state media, almost certainly to tar and/or troll Western countries, but that doesn’t make the findings any less disturbing):
Allahs budbringer Muhammed (Allahs fred og velsignelser med ham) er vores forbillede i alle henseender.
The United Nations said on Sunday it had evidence that fighters from Islamic State (Isis) had killed as many as 670 prisoners in Mosul and had carried out further abuses in Iraq that amounted to crimes against humanity.
Navi Pillay, the UN high commissioner for human rights, said Islamic State and allied fighters were committing “grave, horrific human rights violations” on a daily basis. These included targeted killings, forced conversions, abductions, trafficking, slavery and sexual abuse, Pillay said.
The jihadists, who are consolidating their control of northern and eastern Iraq, have also destroyed religious and cultural monuments and have laid siege to whole communities, Pillay said. “They are systematically targeting men, women and children based on their ethnic, religious or sectarian affiliation and ruthlessly carrying out widespread ethnic and religious cleansing in the areas under their control.”
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