Posts Tagged ‘Daesh’
Tags: Daesh, Europe, False Flag Terrorism, France, ISIL, ISIS, Propaganda, Psy-Ops, Psychological Warfare, Terrorism
Tags: Daesh, Fake Bin Laden video, Iron Man, Iron Man 3, ISIL, ISIS, ISIS Beheading videos fake, Osama Bin Laden, Terrorism, The Mandarin
In case you missed it, there was just another little tidbit – mostly ignored by the majority of the media – to further indicate (or even prove) that the Osama bin Laden ‘videos’ were being mostly faked right from the outset.
Tags: Ancient History, Archaeology, Daesh, Gertrude Bell, History of Palmyra, Islamic State, Palmyra, Roman Empire, Syria, T.E Lawrence, Temple of Bel, World Heritage
“Every person has two homelands,” the French archaeologist Andre Parrot once commented ; “His own and Syria”.
T.E Lawrence (of Arabia), who spent a great deal of time exploring Syria, wrote specifically of Palmyra; “Nothing in this scorching, desolate land could be so refreshing”.
Tags: #PrayForBelgium, Belgium, Brussels, Brussels Attack, Daesh, Europe, False flag, False Flag attacks, ISIS, Operation Gladio, Skull & Bones, Terrorism
This has all become so tiresome and predictable that you could set your watch to it.
Apparent terror attack in major Western city, rolling 24-hour news coverage to make sure we know how important this is (“Europe is now at war”), increased climate of fear, division and xenophobia, immediate mass-conditioning hashtags (‘#PrayForBelgium’, ‘#JeSuisBruxelles’, etc), world landmarks lit up in Belgian colours, reactionary demonisation of refugees, opportunist right-wing groups seizing the chance to play ‘I told you so’ card, and so on.
Tags: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Africa, African Union, Assassination of Gaddafi, Daesh, Gaddafi, ISIS, Islamic State, Libya, Libya Before and After, Muammar Gaddafi, NATO War Crimes, Sirte, The Sirte Declaration
On October 19th 2011, a convoy of cars left the city of Sirte, carrying Libya’s beleaguered figurehead Muammar Gaddafi.
On October 21st, an American/CIA drone (being operated from Las Vegas) spots the convoy and alerts NATO bombers, which immediately begin bombing the vehicles.
Tags: Ansar al-Sharia, Daesh, Derna, Europe, Europe Migrant Crisis, France, ISIL, ISIS, Libya, Libya Intervention, Muammar Gaddafi, Sirte, Terrorism, Tripoli, UN Report Libya
The recent bombing of select ISIL positions in the former nation once known as Libya may be a precursor to a much larger operation.
Tags: Bashar Assad, Brookings Institution, Daesh, Invasion of Syria, ISIL, ISIS, Military, North Thunder, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Third World War, Turkey, War in Syria, World War 3
Days ago, the Syrian Army, with Russian aid, encircled the crucial city of Aleppo.
Aleppo has for some time been a stronghold for Syrian and non-Syrian militias, rebels and terrorists fighting to topple the Syrian state. If Aleppo is restored to government control, it represents a major turning point in the devastating war that has been raging for five years now.
Tags: Crimes Against Humanity, Daesh, Invasion of Iraq, Iraq, Iraq War, ISIL, ISIS, Islamic State, Mosul, Refugees, UN Iraq Report
‘Staggering’ is how the UN has described the depth and nature of civilian suffering in post-war Iraq; citing over 18,000 civilians having been killed in the space of just this last year-and-a-half.
According to the report, conducted by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, an approximate 3.2 million people have also been displaced internally over this same period of time.
Tags: Africa, Al-Qaeda, Ansar al-Sharia, Daesh, Hamida Al-Hadi Al-Asfar, ISIL, ISIL in Libya, ISIS, Islamic State, Libya, Libya Civil War, Libya Intervention, Muammar Gaddafi, NATO, Women in Libya