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Thursday, 25 September 2014

The Genie 'Daesh' Came Out of The Zionists' Bottle

The Genie ‘Daesh’
Came Out of The Zionists’ Bottle

(M. Javed Naseem)

He Might Be Safely Brought
Home (Like Raymond Davis)
After The Job Is Done.

The allied Western-Arab forces are bombing these days the hideouts of the Daesh troops. Once promoted by the West, Daesh is now condemned and painted as ‘enemy’ violating the human rights in Syria and Iraq. Vow! What happened to the violators of human rights in Gaza; the promoters of genocide in Libya, Syria and Iraq; and the killers of thousands of Palestinians including innocent children and women? The allied forces turned a blind eye towards them because it does not serve their purpose.
Once again, who is this ‘Daesh’?

Daesh, sometime spelled DAIISH or Da'esh, is short for “Dawlat al-Islamiyah f'al-Iraq wa al-Sham”.

Real Name:
Shimaun Eilot
(An agent of Israeli secret service MOSSAD.
Also allegedly works for the American CIA).

Fake Name:
Ibrahim bin Awad bin Ibrahim al-Hussaini al-Badri Razawi.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (generally ‘Daesh’).

As per Wikipedia:

“The Islamic State (IS:  الدولة الإسلامية ad-Dawlah l-‘Islāmiyyah), previously calling itself the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) or the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS: الدولة الإسلامية في العراق والشام), and also known by the Arabic acronym Daʿesh (داعش), is an unrecognized state and a Sunni jihadist group active in Iraq and Syria in the Middle East. In its self-proclaimed status as a Caliphate, it claims religious authority over all Muslims across the world and aims to bring most of the Muslim-inhabited regions of the world under its political control beginning with territory in the Levant region which includes Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Cyprus and part of southern Turkey.
The group has been described by the United Nations, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Western and Middle Eastern media as a terrorist group and has been designated a foreign terrorist organization by the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Indonesia, and Saudi Arabia. The United Nations and Amnesty International have accused the group of grave human rights abuses. 
The Islamic State, also widely known as ISIL, ISIS and Da’esh, originated as Jama’at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad in 1999. This group was the forerunner of ‘Tanzim Qaidat al-Jihad fi Bilad al-Rafidayn’ (commonly known as al-Qaeda in Iraq or AQI) a group formed by Abu Musab Al Zarqawi in 2004 which took part in the Iraqi insurgency against  American-led forces and their Iraqi allies following the 2003 invasion of Iraq. During the 2003–2011 Iraq War, it joined other Sunni insurgent groups to form the Mujahideen Shura Council, which consolidated further into the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) shortly afterwards. At its height it enjoyed a significant presence in the Iraqi governorates of Al-Anbar, Nineveh, Kirkuk, most of Salah ad-Din, parts of Babil, Diyala and Baghdad, and claimed Baqubah as a capital city.  
However, the violent attempts by the Islamic State of Iraq to govern its territory led to a backlash from Sunni Iraqis and other insurgent groups in around 2008 which helped to propel the Awakening movement and a temporary decline in the group. In April 2013, the group changed its name to the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham.
As ISIS, the group grew significantly under the leadership of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, gaining support in Iraq as a result of alleged economic and political discrimination against Iraqi Sunnis. Then, after entering the Syrian Civil War, it established a large presence in the Syrian governorates of Ar-Raqqah, Idlib, Deir ew-Zor and Aleppo.  
In June 2014, it had at least 4,000 fighters in its ranks in Iraq. It has claimed responsibility for attacks on government and military targets and for attacks that have killed thousands of civilians. In August 2014, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights claimed that the number of fighters in the group had increased to 50,000 in Syria and 30,000 in Iraq, while the CIA estimated in September 2014 that in both countries it had between 20,000 and 31,500 fighters. ISIS had close links to al-Qaeda  until February 2014 when, after an eight-month power struggle, al-Qaeda cut all ties with the group, reportedly for its brutality and "notorious intractability".

Islamic State
الدولة الإسلامية (Arabic)
Participant in the Iraq War, the Global War on Terrorism, the Iraqi insurgency, and the Syrian Civil War
2004–present (under various names)
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (Caliph)
Abu Omar al-Shishani (Field Commander)
Ar-Raqqah, Syria
Area of
80,000–100,000 (up to 50,000 in Syria and 30,000 in Iraq) 
(CIA est.)
Part of
 al-Qaeda (2004–2014)
Originated as
Flag of JTJ.svg Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad
(The Group of Monotheism and Jihad)
 Al-Qaeda in Iraq
Mujahideen Shura Council
ShababFlag.svg Islamic State of Iraq
·                                 Abu Sayyaf
·                                 Logo of Boko Haram.svg Boko Haram
·                                 al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb
·                                 ShababFlag.svg al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
·                                 Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters
·                                 Jemaah Islamiyah
·                                 Ansar al-Sharia (Libya)
·                                 Ansar al-Sharia (Tunisia)
·                                 Mujahideen Shura Council in the Environs of Jerusalem
·                                 Ansar Bait al-Maqdis
·                                 Jund al-Khilafah

(Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (picture above) formed an al-Qaeda splinter group in Iraq: "al-Qa’eda in Iraq". Its brutality from the beginning alienated Iraqis and many al-Qaeda leaders.

From: Daily Independent of London
By Lizzie Dearden,        
Tuesday, 23 September, 2014, published 25/9/2014

Isis vs Islamic State vs Isil vs Daesh:
What do the different names mean – and why does it matter?

As the international fight continues against Islamic extremists waging a bloody campaign to establish a caliphate in Iraq and Syria, the debate about what to call the group continues.

If it were up to the terrorists themselves, the world would be calling them the “Islamic State” in recognition of the caliphate they have declared.
The rebrand launched in June year has spread, despite pleas from leading Muslims and other groups not to legitimise their status.
The British and US Governments are among those using the acronym Isil, while the name Isis is more commonly seen.
Adding to the confusion last week, the French announced they would use the Arabic-derived term “Daesh” to replace their previous name, EIIL ( L'Etat islamique en Irak et en Syrie).
The four competing names are only a handful of those used by Isis, which emerged in 1999 when it was established by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian militant who allegedly ran a terror training camp and orchestrated bombings and beheadings in Iraq.

His group was initially known as Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad, before changing to the simpler al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) after pledging allegiance to Osama bin Laden’s network in October 2004.
Since then, the group has operated under numerous guises until its current leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, declared it the Islamic State in Iraq (Isi) in 2006, adding the “and al-Sham” to make “Isis” in 2013.
So what do the different names mean?

Islamic State (IS):
The militants announced in June that they were dropping the last two letters of their acronym and instead should be referred to as the Islamic State in recognition of their self-declared caliphate.
“It is neither Islamic, nor is it a State. The group has no standing with faithful Muslims, nor among the international community of nations," a letter to David Cameron signed by the Islamic Society of Britain and the Association of Muslim Lawyers, said.

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis):
The original name for the group in Arabic was Al-Dawla Al-Islamiya fi al-Iraq wa al-Sham. The first three words translate to the Islamic State of Iraq while “al-Sham” refers to Syria and the wider surrounding area.
The group’s stated goal is to restore an Islamic state, or caliphate, in the entire region.

The acronym poses an issue for the many companies and brands around the world already using it or named after the ancient Egyptian goddess of the same name.
An American woman called Isis Martinez also unsuccessfully petitioned the US media asking them to stop using her first name.

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil):
The undefined region around Syria is historically referred to as the Levant (an archaic French phrase for the “lands of the rising sun”), including modern-day Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine and Jordan.
The Obama administration has said that it uses the acronym Isil as it believes the word “Levant” to be a more accurate translation from the Arabic name.

The French government changed its official name for the terror group, saying others “blur the lines between Islam, Muslims and Islamists”.
The Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius asked journalists and media organisations to follow their example, adding: “This is a terrorist group and not a state.
“I do not recommend using the term Islamic State because it blurs the lines between Islam, Muslims and Islamists. The Arabs call it ‘Daesh’ and I will be calling them the ‘Daesh cutthroats’.”

Daesh, sometime spelled DAIISH or Da'esh, is short for “Dawlat al-Islamiyah f'al-Iraq wa al-Sham”.
Many Arabic-speaking media organisations refer to the group as such and there is an argument it is appropriately pejorative, deriving from a mixture of rough translations from the individual Arabic words, notably the Arabic verb “ دعس ”, within the name, which means to tread underfoot or crush.

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The Guardian of London adds:

“This terminological conflict has deep historic and cultural roots. The group originated in 1999 as Jamaat al-Tawhid wal-Jihad – quite a mouthful. It got simpler in 2004 when its founder, a Jordanian called Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, pledged an oath to al-Qaida, then still being run by Osama bin Laden from his Pakistani hideout. Its Arabic name became Tanzim Qaidat al-Jihad fi Bilad al-Rafidayn (don’t ask!) – though that was shortened in English to al-Qaida in Iraq.”

The Truth
Behind The Drama :

Thursday, 19 June, 2014
Author/source: Anuradha M. Chenoy 

“This Sunni militia, as Robert Fisk wrote in The Independent (UK, June 14, 2014) is funded and supported by the Saudi Wahhabis and Kuwaiti oligarchs. The Saudis had a policy of releasing imprisoned hardcore al-Qaeda to fight alongside such groups. The US supports the Saudi regime.
Iraq thus is a repeat of the Syria story, except that in Iraq the US opposes the ISIS rebels, but supports rebels in coalition with them in Syria. The US national security adviser Susan Rice said on CNN on June 7, that Washington was providing lethal and non lethal support to the Syrian rebels. This means supporting the same rebels for being ‘moderate’ in Syria, but opposing them for extremism in Iraq. 
The Iraq-US Strategic Forces Agreement allows for US intervention. But the US will not oblige until Iraq accepts conditions of internal inclusive politics and external distance from Iran. The roots of the problem in Iraq are also the internal discrimination by the Maliki regime of the Sunnis, who have been ghettoised and excluded since 2003. For example 700,000 Sunni soldiers were dismissed from the Iraqi army, and others removed from government service, after the Americans left. Such exclusion on the basis of religion is sure grist for rising militias.  Iraq has become rife and polarised with sectarian conflicts since 2003, where hundreds of thousands have lost their lives to terror and sectarian attacks.”
(Courtesy: The Independent, London, UK)

From : 24/7 of UAE:

Mariam Al Mansouri of Abu Dhabi:
“She is the first Emirati female pilot in the country’s air-force. She has also become the first female pilot in the region to bomb Daesh after she took part in an Arab-Western coalition attack on Daesh in North Syria this week.”
“In the beginning, I had not expected to become a pilot of F16,” Mariam said in a film broadcast by Abu Dhabi television on Wednesday (24/9/2014) night.
“But thanks God, our dream which has been fulfilled thanks to the support of the leadership, government and our instructors….….I would like to say that both Emirati men and women have the right to work in any field with determination, faith, resolution and sincerity to serve our beloved homeland.”
(Courtesy: Emirates 24/7 News)


Where were you people (Pilots, Soldiers,
Emirs, Sultans, Kings, Presidents, PMs,
Politicians and Leaders) when Israel was
pounding un-armed Palestinians including
innocent women and children? They were
crying for help but you did’t move! Your
dead conscious has suddenly become alive!
This is an American (or Zionist) miracle!


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