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Thursday, July 7, 2016

30,000 Islamist Terrorists Fighting In Middle East

Abou Hamza left his native Morocco to wage Holy War in Syria
with ISIS. He brought his wife and sons with him.  (More)

The Question No One Asks

  • The Controlled and Obedient Corporate Media Machine never asks this one simple question: "Who has been supplying the Islamist terrorists with weapons and ammo resupplies for a five year war in the Middle East?"
  • It is a process of elimination. If Russia and Iran are backing Syria then arms for the Islamists have to be coming from the CIA, NATO member Islamist Turkey and U.S. "ally" Islamist Saudi Arabia.
  • If we stopped shipping arms into Syria the war would end in a matter of days or weeks.

(Newsweek)  -  Almost 30,000 foreign extremists are currently in Syria and Iraq and, as radical Islamist groups continue to lose ground to the governments of both countries, the threat of them returning to their home countries to carry out attacks increases, a top U.N. official warned on Tuesday.
"The number of foreign terrorist fighters is very high" in Syria and Iraq, where the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) has established a self-proclaimed caliphate, said the head of the U.N's Counter-Terrorism Committee Jean-Paul Laborde.

Since its establishment in June 2014 the Islamic State, as the group refers to its territory, has drawn in jihadis from around the world.
The six-year civil war in Syria, which has killed more than 250,000 people and displaced millions, has allowed radical groups such as the al-Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front and ISIS to flourish on Syrian territory. Iraqi forces collapsed in the face of an ISIS offensive in northern and western Iraq, after they used their Syrian territory as a launchpad.
Several foreign fighters who joined ISIS in Syria have returned to their home countries in Europe to either plot or carry out deadly attacks. Abdelhamid Abaaoud, a Belgian national, traveled from Belgium to Syria to join ISIS in 2014, before returning to France in November 2015 to oversee the Paris attacks, which left 130 people dead.
Not only have foreign fighters been directly involved in such large-scale attacks but they have also directed attack plots from Syria, communicating with underground networks in their home countries.
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