Intelligence Officials STUNNED By Secret ISIS Plan That Calls Obama 4 Unbelievable Words

As authorities continue to investigate a deadly bomb blast in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand, that killed at least 19 people and injured more than 100 others on Monday — an explosion that had all the markings of a terrorist attack — a shocking terror manifesto has been uncovered in Pakistan. An independent, investigative news organization called the American Media Institute (AMI) says that U. S. intelligence officials believe the newly discovered Islamic State document is comparable to Hitler’s Mein Kampf, in which he clearly outlined his political ideology and future plans for Nazi Germany.

The 32-page document entitled “A Brief History of the Islamic State Caliphate (ISC), The Caliphate According to the Prophet,” blames Israel for creating conditions that led to the rise of the Islamic State. It also, unbelievably, refers to President Obama as the “Mule of the Jews” for supposedly supporting Israeli aggression in the region.

According to the AMI: “The document serves as a Nazi-like recruiting pitch that attempts to unite dozens of factions of the Pakistani and Afghan Taliban into a single army of terror.  It includes a never-before-seen history of the Islamic State, details chilling future battle plans and urges al-Qaeda to join Islamic State.”

The undated Islamic State manifesto also advocates triggering all-out war in India that would, according to the AMI analysis, “provoke an Armageddon-like confrontation with the United States.”

The battle plan to “end the world” is described in six phases (three of which have already passed) – ripping pages from al-Qaeda’s original plans to defeat the west, in a graphic illustration of how ISIS sees itself as the true heirs to Osama Bin Laden’s legacy.

In addition to targeting Israel and the United States as enemies of the Islamic caliphate, the document reportedly reads like a call to arms for terrorists and advocates the uniting of various terror organizations and factions to upend Arab governments friendly to the West.

The document urges followers of al-Qaeda and the Taliban to join the Islamic State in overthrowing Arab governments who have relations with the U.S. and Israel, unlike al-Qaeda, which believed it was “important to weaken the U.S before launching an armed revolt in Arab states and establishing a caliphate.”

Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal center for human rights who heads the Center’s Digital Terrorism and Hate Project, argues that this explicit declaration by Islamic State radicals needs to be taken very seriously. Rabbi Cooper says we must avoid the terrible mistake made in the 1930’s when Hitler revealed his plan for world domination and people refused to believe that he meant what he said.

The American Media Institute, which was founded by veterans of The Wall Street Journal and Reader’s Digest. quotes Cooper as saying: “We did a lousy job predicting what Hitler was going to do in the 1920s, 1930s – honestly, we blew it. It’s hard to take seriously or believe that such hatred was real or would be possible.”

h/t: Breitbart

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Sharia-Loving Politician Just Blamed Women For Causing Earthquakes (Here’s How They Do It)

Late last week, Western Journalism told you about the shocking question Al Sharpton posed to his Twitter followers concerning the deadly and destructive Texas floods. Sharpton was looking for provocative material for his daily radio show when he suggested that one reason for the torrential rains wreaking havoc and taking some two dozen lives across the Lone Star State might be “God’s rebuke.”

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The Reverend Al didn’t say why he thought God could be rebuking Texas. But in a bizarre rant that could easily remind one of Sharpton’s presumptuous reference to the Lord and the disaster that befell Texas, a Muslim cleric and influential political leader in Pakistan — a man who believes in Sharia law as inspired by Allah and handed down from Muhammad — has blamed another kind of natural disaster on a very specific cause.

Earthquakes, claims Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the chief of Pakistan’s Jamiat Ulema-e-Islami Fazl political party, are caused by women wearing jeans. Fox News reports that the outspoken member of Pakistan’s parliament is calling on the country’s military to do something about the women who supposedly bring death and destruction to the nation because of their blasphemous wardrobe.

Rehman, says the Fox News report, wants the Pakistani armed forces to crack down on the jeans-clad “missiles,” as he called them.

“Rehman reportedly said women who are not covered like a ‘sack of flour’ are weapons of mass destruction to Pakistan, and that the country has an abundance of such ‘missiles’ in all its major cities. He blamed their appearance for Pakistan’s troubles.”

A strong supporter of Islam and its extremely strict rules for women’s behavior and appearance, this Muslim leader went beyond blaming immodest females for earthquakes, as The New Indian Express pointed out in its coverage of the cleric’s Islamabad news conference:

“Rehman then blamed ‘immodest women’ for the Balochistan crisis [a long-running and bloody regional conflict], lack of energy supply and the deteriorating security situation in Pakistan.” He also argued that Allah has been delivering his clothing-provoked wrath against Pakistan in the form of the murderous Taliban.

And just what kind of popularity do women’s jeans enjoy in Pakistan? According to a UPI report in July 2013, Western fashion was gaining traction among Pakistani women and drawing sharp disapproval from Islamic fundamentalists. “Pakistani extremists are increasingly protesting Western influences and have attacked targets seen as un-Islamic or immodest although, so far, threats against women because of fashionable clothing have been only verbal.”

And as of this writing, the Muslim politician’s call for the military to honor Allah’s will and act as “fashion police” hasn’t resulted in any reports that arms will be taken up to make sure women’s legs are properly covered.

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What This Guy Is Building Could Be The Boldest Move Ever Made In A Muslim Country

A Pakistani man is working toward building a Christian cross “higher than any in the world,” with construction currently taking place on a hill in his country’s largest city. Though the country is predominantly Islamic, outspoken Christian Parvez Henry Gill explained that he felt an undeniable urge in his spirit to begin erecting a 140-foot cross just outside of a Karachi cemetery.

The cross is reportedly anchored on a 20-foot base secured underground and sports metal construction touted as being bulletproof.

“It will be a symbol of God,” he declared, “and everybody who sees this will be worry-free.”

Part of his motivation, Gill explained, lies in convincing Pakistan’s small Christian community – Christians make up less than 2 percent of the nation’s overall population – that they are welcome.

“I want Christian people to see it and decide to stay here,” he said.

Of course, as with most sincere efforts to serve God, Gill acknowledged that he is not only interested in the cross touching those close to home. He also wants the massive structure to “tell the world that there are good people in Pakistan, too.”

Construction has been ongoing for more than a year and has been threatened by safety and security issues. Some of the roadblocks have come from the fact that many of the builders are practicing Muslims who openly oppose the project.


Though he approved its construction, Karachi Christian Cemeteries Board General Secretary Anwar Sardar admitted that the cross has caused some civil unrest.

“Security threats are everywhere,” he said, “and anything could happen any time. And there is nothing we can do about it.”

Gill, however, reported that the project has moved along at a brisker pace in recent weeks.

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Lawyer Of Doctor Who Helped Kill Bin Laden Murdered By Taliban


With friends like the Obama administration, who needs enemies? Breitbart reports that the lawyer for Dr. Shakil Afridi, Samiullah Afridi, was recently shot and killed by Taliban terrorists while returning from work in Pershwar, Pakistan.

The attorney had represented the physician who ran a false vaccination program in order to track down Bin Laden. However, he had resigned from the case and left Pakistan for some time before recently returning due to death threats.

The attorney had been highly critical of the Obama administration’s lack of urgency in attempting to get Dr. Afridi released from a Pakistani jail and granted asylum in the United States.

Reuters reports:

Samiullah Afridi was shot dead on Tuesday as he was returning to his home in the northwestern city of Peshawar, police said. According to media, he had recently returned there from abroad after leaving Pakistan for his safety.

“He was returning home when armed men opened fire. He died on the spot,” police official Jamal Hussain said. A hospital spokesman added that Samiullah Afridi was shot twice, in the abdomen and the neck.

Two Pakistan militant groups claimed responsibility for the lawyer’s death. Jundullah, a Taliban splinter group, said: “We killed him because he was defending Shakil, who is our enemy.”

It seems that attorney Afridi had warned of the risk to his life and to that of his family when he withdrew from the case.

This killing comes at a time when Pakistan is intensifying its fight against Islamic militants in-country. The government recently lifted a ban on the death penalty and a dozen prisoners on death row were executed at once this week. There are 8,000 people on death row in Pakistan.

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ISIS Eyes Nuclear-armed Pakistan

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Pakistan’s use of Islamic militancy as an instrument of its foreign policy, including knowingly playing host to Osama bin Laden, may now pose a looming threat to its own national security.

According to Pakistani sources, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is gaining strength in Pakistan. Altaf Hussain, the founder and leader of Muttahida Quami Movement, a Pakistani political party representing the Urdu-speaking community, said the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and Al-Qaeda are merging with ISIS and may challenge Pakistan’s integrity and stability.

Six prominent members of the Pakistan Taliban have turned their allegiance away from Afghan Taliban spiritual leader Mullah Omar to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Five regional Taliban commanders also affirmed their support for al-Baghdadi, who, in June, declared himself the Caliph of the Muslim world and ordered all Muslims to pledge their allegiance to him. Al-Baghdadi’s success has been largely attributed to his ability to consolidate disparate militant factions into a single fighting force.

The October 23, 2014 killing of eight Shia Muslims in the southwestern city of Quetta suggests that ISIS may be having an influence on indigenous Sunni militants in Pakistan. Abdul Khaliq Hazara, leader of the Shia Hazara Muslim community, said: “There are indications of ISIS seeking to expand its presence in Baluchistan. I suppose ISIS are [sic] looking to build up a support base here along the border with Iran, to add pressure on Iran from its eastern border [along Pakistan].”

Pakistan remains a central node in global terrorism. For forty years, Pakistan has been backing Islamic extremist groups as part of its expansionist foreign policy in Afghanistan and Central Asia and its efforts to maintain equilibrium with India. As early as the 1950s, Pakistan began inserting Islamists associated with a Pakistan-based Jamaat-e-Islami into Afghanistan.

Strategically, Pakistan may present the greatest threat to Afghan independence and the success of American policy in the region. Pakistan views Afghanistan as a client state, a security buffer against what they consider potential Indian encirclement and as a springboard to extend their own influence into the resource-rich area of Central Asia. In 1974, then Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto set up a cell within Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate (ISI) to begin managing dissident Islamists in Afghanistan. Pakistani President Zia ul-Haq (1977-1988) told one of his generals: “Afghanistan must be made to boil at the right temperature.”

After the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan in 1989, Pakistan backed Pashtun Islamist Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, who struggled with his main rival (Ahmad Shah Massoud, an ethnic Tajik from the Panjshir Valley of Afghanistan, later assassinated by al-Qaeda two days before the 9/11 attacks.)

In 1994, under Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, daughter of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Pakistan shifted its support from Hekmatyar to the Taliban, who by 1998 had consolidated their power over most of Afghanistan and provided a safe haven for Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda. Without doubt, Pakistan and its intelligence service have more influence over the Taliban than any other country. It provides critical safe haven and sanctuary to the groups’ leadership, advice on military and diplomatic issues, and assistance with fundraising. In 1999, Bhutto’s Minister of Interior, Nasrullah Babar, admitted it quite explicitly, pronouncing, “We created the Taliban.”

Pakistan has been playing a double game with the US appeasement on the outside, whilst covertly funding, arming, and training the Taliban in the hope that after a coalition defeat and withdrawal, they could once again be the dominant power in Afghanistan.

It is important to note that Turkey’s current situation resembles the early years of Pakistan’s sponsorship of the Taliban. ISIS is recruiting militants in Turkey. Failure to clean its own house now could lead Turkey down the path of “Pakistanization,” whereby a resident jihadist infrastructure causes Sunni extremism to ingrain itself deeply within the fabric of society. Like Pakistan, Turkey’s dilemma may be far graver than its leaders realize.

The conclusion is clear. Unless ISIS is defeated now in Syria and Iraq, it will present a far greater threat to US national security as it grows in strength, geographic presence, and access to weapons of mass destruction.

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