(EDITOR’S NOTE: No doubt that it is a well-known fact that the usurping Zionist regime has been actively plotting to recapture the Sinai ever since it dismantled the criminal Jewish settlement of Yamit decades ago. To facilitate its reentry into the strategic Egyptian territory, the illegitimate Talmudic entity has been engaged in a full-blown intelligence war against Egypt for the last several years. But due to the extreme pro-“Israel” nature of the Sisi regime, which gave its approval to the genocidal assault on Gaza over the summer, questions have lingered as to why the Jewish gangster “state” has continued supporting Takfiri proxies ostensibly against its ostensible ally. Looks like the answer may have finally arrived. The Takfiris of Sinai, who have now pledged allegiance to Zionist tool and ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, have announced their intention to stop weapons from coming into illegally besieged Gaza — the same weapons being smuggled by Iran, Syria and Hizbullah to their brothers in the Palestinian Resistance — and there are fears growing in numerous circles of Hamas that the ISIS expansion into the Strip is a very credible, very imminent threat. We recall the brief war in Rafah, the southernmost point of Gaza, between Hamas and the Takfiri group Jund Ansar Allah, which resulted in the latter’s defeat and dozens dead. A similar and more catastrophic battle could most certainly take place now considering that the IOF assassinated Mohammed Abu Shamaleh, Mohammed Barhoum and Raed al-Attar during Operation Protective Edge, as these three men were known for their anti-Takfirism and for their coordination of the uprooting of Jund Ansar Allah and like-similar Wahhabi-Takfiri terrorist groups. This horrific development, coupled with the new geopolitical clout of the Takfiris and the seemingly lackadaisical response to the growing ISIS problem from the political leadership of Hamas, which clearly does not want to offend its allies in Turkey and Qatar whom are still bankrolling Takfiri terrorists, including ISIS, in Iraq and Syria, is, for all intents and purposes, a recipe for a nightmare scenario. The calculations of “Tel Aviv” are quite simple: Due to its failure to strike the leadership of Hamas, Islamic Jihad, the PFLP and other Resistance factions overtly in Cast Lead, Pillar of Cloud or Mighty Cliff, it is now resorting to the same covert unconventional military strategy which it has implemented in Syria as a way of weakening the Syrian Arab Army and Hizbullah. Therefore, there is only the *appearance* of a Zionist-Takfiri war on what some foolish commentators have had the gall to refer to as the “Arab nationalist” Egyptian military, an insult to martyred Egyptian giant Gamal Abdel Nasser if there ever was one; the real target of the Mossad-ISIS activity in the Sinai is Hamas and the other factions of the Falasteeni Mouqawamah. While we have faith in the Qassam Brigades to contain and ultimately overwhelm then bury the Zionist-designed ISIS threat, they need a free hand to do so, and if the Hamas political heads, particularly the treacherous, Doha-based Khaled Meshaal, don’t stop making token statements and start taking concrete action, then Zion’s barbarians will be inside the gates and the Palestinian refugees of the besieged Strip will be set for another round of bloodshed. Moreover, IGGIS, “Israel’s” Goy Golem in Iraq and Syria, will need another “G”, thus transforming it into IGGGIS, “Israel’s” Goy Golem in Gaza, Iraq and Syria. May ALLAH (SWT) prevent such darkness from unfolding and strengthen the resolve of the Palestinian Resistance. ~ Jonathan Azaziah) Continue reading A New Zionist Plot Against Gaza: ISIS in Sinai poses threat to Hamas
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi urged the United States and Europe on Thursday to urgently assist the Libyan army in its fight against Islamist militants.
“When we deal with terrorism only in Iraq and Syria, Libya will begin to be an attractive region for terrorists affecting the stability of… Libya and its neighbors. We will need the same measures happening in Iraq and Syria to be taken in Libya,” Sisi said in an interview with France 24.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group has captured large swathes of land in Iraq and Syria and is now facing US-led airstrikes that have so far failed to stop the advance of its militants.
“The international community – Europe and the Americans – must help the Libyan national army regain its position and combat terrorism in Libya to restore security and stability,” Sisi added. Continue reading Sisi calls on US, Europe to intervene in Libya
(EDITOR’S NOTE: West African Muslims traveled to the ‘Americas’, long before colonial Europe, establishing trade routes and cultural exchange through peaceful collaboration with the Natives of the lands. Many historians ignore this evidence to support the narrative of highly civilized and technologically advanced Europe domesticating the tribal barbaric natives . Though we hardly need traitorous scoundrel Tayyip Erdogan to relay this message to us, the discoveries of relics cement the general history of early Islamic pluralism with the Indigenous. Far from aims of conquest and enslavement, West Africans, especially Mansa Musa Abu Bakari from Mali, came with gifts of gold and silver, spices and tools for the Natives with whom they established new townships through intermarriage and cultural exchange as well as spiritual harmony. The synergistic collaboration of the Africans and Natives is reflected in the Tribe of Ben Ishmael, which was ruthlessly eradicated through castration and other modes of eugenics. This eccentric collective of peoples included Africans, Natives and Irish slaves in the “New World”. They lived an Islamic life and intermarried, organizing in a cohesive tribal unit. These topics and more are addressed in depth by my late mentor, Sultan Abdul Latif in his masterpiece, “When Nations Gather“. ~ Khanverse) Continue reading Muslims in ‘Americas’ before Columbus
“Given the Zionists’ strong relations with the Nigerian government, they always take action against the Shiites in Nigeria,” Ali Zakzaky told FNA.
He revealed that the Zionists are pressuring the Nigerian government to assassinate Sheikh Zakzaky soon, and the government is looking for an opportunity as it also sees the Shiite leader as a burden due to his harsh criticism of the government’s atrocities against people.
by Mark P. Fancher, The Black Agenda Report
AFRICOM’s primary project is to transform the militaries of the continent into dependencies and pawns of U.S. foreign policy. It’s second most import objective is the hide Washington’s actual intentions behind a “humanitarian” mask – such as participating in the search for Nigerian schoolgirls from Boko Haram. Some African journalists are eager to be part of the ruse.
“AFRICOM is courting journalists and attempting to direct media coverage of U.S. military activities.”
The greatest danger to Africa posed by U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) involves neither drones nor armed troops. It is instead the command’s sinister, cynical use of manipulative deception. With Houdini-like misdirection it opportunistically draws attention either to its military operations or to its purported humanitarian missions. All the while it is simultaneously engaged in low profile, seemingly harmless psychological operations that have the potential for long-term devastating effects on the African continent. Continue reading From Puppet Soldiers to Puppet Journalists: AFRICOM Grows Its War Machine
TUNIS (Middle East Online) – French philosopher Bernard Henri Levy was expelled from Tunisia Saturday night only 24 hours after his arrival in the country.
He was supposed to stay in Tunisia till Thursday.
His visit had provoked a storm of protests in the country. The trade union federation (UGTT) called Saturday for his expulsion from the country denouncing his role in “inciting anarchy and encouraging civil wars and terrorism in the Arab World”.
by Dan Glazebrook, CounterPunch
Three years ago, in late October 2011, the world witnessed the final defeat of the Libyan Jamahiriya – the name by which the Libyan state was known until overthrown in 2011, meaning literally the ‘state of the masses’ – in the face of a massive onslaught from N ATO, its regional allies and local collaborators.
It took seven months for the world’s most powerful military alliance – with a combined military spending of just under $1 trillion per year – to fully destroy the Jamahiriya (a state with a population the size of Wales) and it took a joint British-French-Qatari special forces operation to finally win control of the capital. In total, 10,000 strike sorties were rained down on Libya, tens of thousands killed and injured, and the country left a battleground for hundreds of warring factions, armed to the teeth with weapons either looted from state armouries or provided directly by NATO and its allies. Britain, France and the US had led a war which had effectively transformed a peaceful, prosperous African country into a textbook example of a ‘failed state’. Continue reading The Lessons of Libya: A War That Brought Total Societal Collapse
(NaturalNews) Tetanus vaccines given to millions of young women in Kenya have been confirmed by laboratories to contain a sterilization chemical that causes miscarriages, reports the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, a pro-vaccine organization. Continue reading Tetanus vaccines found spiked with sterilization chemical to carry out race-based genocide against Kenyans
by Ahmad Jamaleddine, Al-Akhbar English
It seems clear that the ties between Egypt and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), with the exception of Qatar, are evolving dramatically in economic and military matters, at a time when the unrest in Yemen and Egyptian concerns over the continued chaos in Libya are leading to a profound military cooperation between the two sides.
Cairo – An Associated Press report published earlier this week, quoting Egyptian and Gulf officials, said that Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Kuwait were discussing the creation of a military pact to take on extremists in the region, particularly in Libya and Yemen, with the possibility of creating a joint force to intervene around the Middle East. The report said this alliance would operate separately from the anti-ISIS coalition led by the United States. Continue reading The emergent Egyptian-Gulf alliance: Libya and Yemen in the crosshairs
by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent