How to Fight ISIS Online

We may control the Air, but the enemy controls the airwaves (Media).

9 Top ways ISIS makes money

There were less than 20 internet cafes in Raqqa city, now there are more than 500 cafes in the city………….ISIS confiscates people’s lands and sells it in public auctions………….Selling fuel and crude oil ….selling electricity and gas…….Excavating, smuggling artifacts….

March 27, 2015 · 1 Comment

Syrie: l’opposition soutenue par l’Occident a attaqué les civils, selon l’HRW

Les civils paient le prix fort, que ce soit dans les zones contrôlées par le gouvernement ou celles aux mains des rebelles, sans réaction internationale appropriée», a affirmé Nadim Houry, directeur adjoint de la division Moyen-Orient et Afrique du Nord.

March 25, 2015 · Leave a comment

FSA attacking & bombing civilians in Government held areas

This is a article I found at a website I often vist it was in french so the translation maybe a little hard to read. But I wil be posting … Continue reading

March 25, 2015 · Leave a comment

The Drone Wars in Iraq and Syria

The western media and the blogger community has fell in love with the Kurds and their struggle. Yet the governments of the West have not properly backed them. The governments in the Middle East are not about to arm the Kurds for various reasons most of which is their own fears.

March 22, 2015 · 1 Comment

Al Qaeda forces Druze of Idlib Syria to destroy their shrines and convert

hey’ve forced us to comply with a number of orders and decrees, including the destruction of our shrines. They dug up the tombs of a number of our saints, however we didn’t protest. They forced our women to wear strict orthodox Islamic garb, and to give up their traditional Druze clothing.

They’ve also threatened us saying that if the al-Hisbeh (sharia law) police found anyone on the street during prayer time, that that person be punished. Same for women who don’t follow the mandatory clothing requirements.

The worst is what they’ve done in schools. On Monday, they arrived in our village and separated all the male and female students, insisting that they be taught separately, and only by teachers of the same gender.

This has caused problems as we don’t have enough teachers to effectively accommodate these changes. For example we only had one math teacher, who was a female. There was no qualified male teacher that could replace her, so now the boys don’t study math. The opposite occurred with English classes. Our only English teacher is male, so now the girls don’t study English.

March 21, 2015 · 2 Comments

Assad welcomes U.S. Talks & Action

t is going to take a while longer before the US Public and Government can side with Assad. The main reason is the western media has so distorted things that it will take citizens around world showing them it is time to wake up and stop the BS. The present plan for Syria 2016 is talk of training new FSA?? 5k ? now I hear 5.5k new moderate rebels???? ok so u give some rebels (terrorists) new boots a uniform and ? watch them go to Nusra? what kind of plan is that and its not like its 5.5k more fighters for the FSA its 5.5k FSA getting new boots and ak47? and some training in Qatar? So maybe they think they will use Turkeys boots on ground? I think they maybe think that is a possible thing. there was a mention recently that a coalition partner was willing to put boots on ground for the Syrian campaign against ISIS (backdoor to attack Syrian gov? hell I hope not) so the fight against the West is not over yet. – Ian Bach

March 21, 2015 · 1 Comment

Another False Flag attack in Syria

The rebels seem to do the False Flag ops like clockwork. Every time there is talks on Syria they use it to try and manipulate the talks, the american public … Continue reading

March 18, 2015 · 1 Comment

News Source on Sarin Gas in Syria

NYT ignored the conclusions of MIT professor Theodore Postol, who determined at least some of the shells used in the attack were locally manufactured and had a much shorter range than publicly described.

Ultimately, though, Hersh’s biggest piece of news describes how someone — he doesn’t say who, but this part of his story relies on a senior intelligence consultant of unidentified nationality — sent Deputy DIA Director David Shedd a report on June 20 concluding that a former Iraqi CW expert with the capability of manufacturing sarin was operating in Eastern Ghouta.

An intelligence document issued in mid-summer dealt extensively with Ziyaad Tariq Ahmed, a chemical weapons expert formerly of the Iraqi military, who was said to have moved into Syria and to be operating in Eastern Ghouta. The consultant told me that Tariq had been identified ‘as an al-Nusra guy with a track record of making mustard gas in Iraq and someone who is implicated in making and using sarin’. He is regarded as a high-profile target by the American military.

On 20 June a four-page top secret cable summarising what had been learned about al-Nusra’s nerve gas capabilities was forwarded to David R. Shedd, deputy director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. ‘What Shedd was briefed on was extensive and comprehensive,’ the consultant said. ‘It was not a bunch of “we believes”.’ He told me that the cable made no assessment as to whether the rebels or the Syrian army had initiated the attacks in March and April, but it did confirm previous reports that al-Nusra had the ability to acquire and use sarin.

March 15, 2015 · Leave a comment

BUSTED!!! Meet the Crisis Actors of the Syria ‘FSA’ … Their Job Faking You Into Another War

Published on Sep 4, 2013 CNN Caught Staging News Segments on Syria With Actors: Anderson Cooper and CNN have been caught staging fake news about Syria to justify military intervention.… … Continue reading

March 13, 2015 · 1 Comment

ISIS uses chlorine gas in Iraq

The Jabbour tribe, which has turned against the Islamic State, were guarding a line in the town’s north. After an exchange of fire, they were surprised to see Islamic State fighters retreating from their position about 150 yards away.

Suddenly there was a boom in the area the extremists had just vacated, said Lt. Khairalla al-Jabbouri, 31, one of the survivors. “It was a strange explosion. We saw a yellow smoke in the sky,” he said. The wind carried the fog toward their lines. The men say it hung close to the ground, consistent with the properties of chlorine gas, which is heavier than air.

“I felt suffocated,” Jabbouri recalled. “I was throwing up and couldn’t breathe.”

March 13, 2015 · Leave a comment

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