February 25, 2015

FLASHBACK to July 2014: Global Islamic Jihadists Recognize Islamic State and Pres Obama Has The NERVE To Act Naive At ALL Of Our Expense. Bergdahl's Father Made The Global Call To Jihad From The White House Podium, Then ISIS Invaded Iraq.

May 31, 2014: Robert Bergdahl, father of Bowe Bergdahl who deserted the Army to join the Taliban, delivers a speech behind podium in front of the White House and gives the global call to jihad.
June 01, 2014: The 5 Taliban Islamic militant monsters President Obama set free land in Qatar to a cheering crowd. But I thought President Obama said the "terrorists" were not Islamic? Yet, they get much fanfare from "moderate" Islamists. Just some food for thought.
June 02, 2014: In direct contradiction to Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s statement that the negotiations leading to Bergdahl’s release “will [maybe] be a new opening that can produce an agreement,” Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said that ”It won’t help the peace process in any way, because we don’t believe in the peace process.”
June 05, 2014: ISIS aka ISIL aka Islamic State aka Demonic Spirits INVADES Iraq and all leaders, especially Obama act totally surprised and don't react at all until months later under pressure to act. Start a fake bombing campaign letting the enemy know when/where the bombs will drop, wasting precious time and money pretending to want to stop ISIL, while ISIL spreads fast devasting everything and everyone in its path.
June 24, 2014: ISIS aka ISIL renamed itself the Islamic State (IS) and declared itself to be a worldwide "caliphate" and thus DECLARED WAR on ALL civilized freedom loving human beings on this entire planet.
Counter Jihad
written by Walid Shoebat And Theodore Shoebat
June 2, 2014



While the Obama administration is proudly touting how it was able to free an American soldier who was captured by the Taliban, what no one picked is the fact that Obama SMILED as soon as he heard the most famous war cry of Islam, “bismillah al-rahman al-rahim,” Arabic for “in the name of Allah the most gracious, the most merciful.”

Watch Obama smile as soon as Bergdahl gives the most famous Muslim expression, the “Bismillah”:

This Islamic expression is the victory call of Islam, and this only indicates that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s father is a Muslim. Him saying this war slogan, his long beard and trimmed mustache (a mandated expression of Islam), is evidence enough that he converted to Islam, just as that an ex-Muslim putting on a cross and saying, “In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit,” is evidence enough of a conversion to Christianity.

Obama’s smile says much. Obama has never declared the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and has no real testimony of converting to Christianity, as his pastor Jeremiah Wright stated:
I made it easy for him to come to an understanding of who Jesus Christ is and not feel that he was turning his back on his Islamic friends and his Islamic traditions and his understanding of Islam.
We were first hit with news from Brietbart that the Taliban said that Robert Bowe Bergdahl’s son, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, converted to Islam, changed his name to Abdullah, and even trained the Taliban in bomb making techniques.

Read more at shoebat.com with eye opening review of Bob Bergdahl’s YouTube account

Coded message from White House podium?

Allen West:

Bombshell: First words of Bergdahl’s father at White House were Arabic:

Clare Lopez is a former CIA operations officer, a strategic policy and intelligence expert with a focus on Middle East, national defense, WMD, and counterterrorism issues, and a friend of mine.

She emailed me this morning a very poignant analysis that only someone knowing language and Islam could ascertain. She wrote:
“What none of these media is reporting is that the father’s (SGT Bowe Bergdahl’s father Bob) first words at the WH were in Arabic – those words were “bism allah alrahman alraheem” – which means “in the name of Allah the most gracious and most merciful” – these are the opening words of every chapter of the Qur’an except one (the chapter of the sword – the 9th) – by uttering these words on the grounds of the WH, Bergdahl (the father) sanctified the WH and claimed it for Islam. There is no question but POTUS knows this.”
Folks, there is a lot to this whole episode — like Benghazi — that we may never know. And this is not conspiracy theory, it is truth based upon Arabic and Islamic dogma and tradition.

Al-Monitor News
written by Abdallah Suleiman Ali
July 3, 2014

There have been some leaks about an alleged voice recording of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri giving his opinion about the announcement of the caliphate in light of Sharia and jurisprudence.

Regardless of whether this is true or false, the announcement of the caliphate is starting to leave its mark on the jihadist body around the world.

During the past few days, following the announcement of the creation of the Islamic caliphate and the appointment of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as “caliph of the Muslims,” the media reported on all the pledges of allegiance to Baghdadi from different factions in different countries.

Do all these pledges of allegiance indicate a real expansion of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) and a new chance for it to move to countries other than Syria and Iraq? Or is it simply a publicity campaign that aims to amplify the announcement and double its effects?

There is no doubt that ISIS had a wide network of relations with different jihadist factions in plenty of Islamic countries. Despite the fact that these relations went through a radical phase caused by the dispute between ISIS and the worldwide organization of al-Qaeda, they did not end completely.

ISIS leaders took advantage of the bonds that were still strong between them and some leaders of jihadist organizations to convince them to join their group or their caliphate. ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammed Adnani issued a call asking all al-Qaeda branches around the world for their opinion concerning the group and the dispute with al-Qaeda. This call was met with silence from top-tier leaders in these factions, except for the Caucasus Emirate, which did not fear stating its support for Jabhat al-Nusra.

Thus, it was not very odd that the statement made by a group from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), led by Abu Abdullah Othman al-Assimi, condemned the silence of the leaders of their organization. This pushed the group to film a video, in which it declared its support for ISIS and pledged allegiance to Baghdadi as caliph of the Muslims.

Despite the fact that AQIM leaders did not answer Adnani’s call, they took a stand that might have repercussions on their relations with ISIS in the future. ISIS took advantage of the recent events in Iraq and the progress made on the ground by the jihadists, to take the initiative of reconciliation and the settlement of disputes. The group asked “the jihadists, especially the ISIS jihadists, to seize these chances, this wind of victory, for affinity, gathering, letting go of the past clashes and conflicts and opening a new page with their brothers,” calling for “communication between them and religious scholars, symbols of the jihad movement, because the nation is only reconciled with the reconciliation of the scholars and the emirs.”

He also asked “all the honest jihadist groups in al-Sham to stop the fight and reconcile.” This means that the progress ISIS made on the field in Iraq and is still making in eastern Syria, especially in Aahal village (a stronghold of Jabhat al-Nusra) to confront their components, is starting to change the way some al-Qaeda branches look at the group and prompting them to make sure they stay on good terms with it. Perhaps this advance stand taken by Assimi’s group from AQIM, pledging allegiance to Baghdadi, helped with this situation.

This is not the only pledge of allegiance that ISIS got after announcing the caliphate, since there was quasi-verified news of Ansar al-Bayt al-Maqdis pledging allegiance as well. Sheikh Mamoun Hatem’s group, leader in Ansar al-Sharia in Yemen, known for supporting ISIS even before the caliphate, also pledged allegiance to Baghdadi. The pledge of allegiance also came from a group from the Taliban of Pakistan in Kharasan, led by Sheikh Abu Yazeed Abdul Qahir al-Khurasani, in a statement published on social media websites.

Most Ansar al-Sharia branches, both in Tunisia and Libya, lean toward strong relations with ISIS, even though they have not recently pledged allegiance to the group. However, it is well known that leaders from Ansar al-Sharia, specifically in Tunisia, went to Syria and pledged allegiance to Baghdadi. First was Sheikh Kamal Razouk and Bilal al-Shawashi, an emir from Jabhat al-Nusra before organizing the independent Katibat al-Iqab.

Such pledges of allegiance do not seem influential or capable of changing the power balance between ISIS and al-Qaeda. This realization pushed some to underestimate the announcement.

Despite the accuracy of this characterization, the course of events in the region is complicated, making it hard to tell who’s with or against whom. This pushes many to be careful and not underestimate the news of ISIS expanding from one country to another, even though it’s through small groups or sleeper cells. These people give the example of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, how when he first came to Iraq in 2003, he only had 13 followers and yet he still succeeded in building what is now the strongest organization in the region.

Some cannot fail to point out that fighting is not the only thing ISIS needs. The distance between the groups pledging allegiance to ISIS does not stop them from offering the organization great services. Through their cells and groups, they could play a role in gathering financial donations, coordinating among those who wish to fight jihad or helping convince local religious scholars of ISIS's perspectives.

They could also play a security role in the interest of ISIS, gathering information about its opponents for use when the time is right, especially since the security apparatus of the Islamic State is considered the strongest and the most accurate compared to similar factions.

Published on Feb 18, 2015 Attorney General Eric Holder called out Fox News yesterday for fixating on the Obama’s administraton’s terminology for ISIS. “If Fox didn’t talk about this, they would have nothing else to talk about, it seems to me,” said at the National Press Club.

The morning troika at Fox & Friends were beyond outraged by this. “You’ve gotta be kidding me,” said a flabbergasted Elisabeth Hasselbeck. “You have 21 Coptic Christians beheaded on a shoreline. You have 45 people burned alive, and this is on the heels of a Jordanian pilot being burned alive via video that we’ve all had to see that gruesome attack on humanity alone. Yet Fox is the problem? wow.”

“They want to kill us and yet the Attorney General, chief law enforcement officer for the United States of America, is bugged by the fact that Fox brings up the accurate point they are Islamic extremists, let’s call it Islamic extremism,” Steve Doocy said. “Obviously this administration talks tougher about Fox News than they do about ISIS, which, that’s sad.”

H/T The Blaze: Wednesday February 25, 2015 Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday that despite the Islamic State terror group, Americans are actually living in an era of less threats than ever before.

Acknowledging that the idea is “counterintuitive,” Kerry insisted “it’s true.”

“Our citizens, our world today is actually, despite ISIL, despite the visible killings that you see and how horrific they are, we are actually living in a period of less daily threat to Americans and to people in the world than normally,” he said. “Less deaths, less violent deaths today than through the last century.”

[Such incredible deceit! This is what US Secretary of State John Kerry is using on Americans, giving false sense of security. Shameful. (emphasis mine)]

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