ISIS AND THE AMERICAN PLOT TO REDESIGN THE NEAR EAST

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ISIS:

Their origins and resurgence ISIS origins begin with the group’s original name of Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). This group seeks a Sunni Muslim Caliphate across the entire Middle East and is known for its brutal methods of killing. The Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) was established in 2003 in response to the American invasion of that country. Originally, this group was composed of a variety of different city factions such as the Mujahideen Shura Council, Al Qaeda in Iraq, Jaysh al Faatiheen, Jund al Sahaaba, inter alia. After a major power struggle with Al Qaeda factions in Syria, mostly due to their brutality and infighting with other Al Qaeda factions such as Jubhat al Nusra, Al Qaeda split with ISIS in February 2014. According to a statement released by Ayman al Zawihiri, ISIS was to disband in Syria and return to Iraq. In fact, Al-Zawihiri stated, “Al Qaeda announces it is not linked to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, as it was not informed of its creation and did not accept it.”

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Most of the financing of ISIS/ISIL seems to have originated in the Gulf Arab States of Saudi Arabia and Qatar. It seems, however, they hit a jackpot in Mosul by plundering millions of dollars worth of American equipment, and $400 million U.S.D. of loot from the Mosul Central Bank. It is now said that ISIS/ISIL is now the richest terrorist group on earth worth close to $2 billion United States Dollars.

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The leader of this group is Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, a nom de guerre used to maintain a veil of mystery.  He does not even speak face to face with his own fighters. Al Baghdadi is known amongst ISIS (ISIL) as “The Invisible Sheikh”.

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But, the question remains: Why now? With heavy losses in Syria, it seems as if this resurgence in Iraq is a well orchestrated plan for a new American military intervention in, not only Iraq,  but Syria as well. There also seems to be a plan designed by the Americans to draw Iran’s elite Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps into the fray. Could this be a ploy by an hegemonic U.S. to also “intervene” in Iran?

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It is well known that the US and NATO have frequently used Al Qaeda factions as assets in conflicts with the prime example being Afghanistan. What is, also, well known is that the U.S. often uses proxy-allies covertly, such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar, to funnel arms and funds to militant groups when the U.S. deems a regime change necessary in the Levant. This use of Sunni groups ( and now the courting of Iran) may be a set-up for a larger sectarian conflict that will encompass the entire region. It seems the plan is to redraw national lines throughout the Levant. Will the people of Iraq come together and push out the radical elements, as the Syrians seem to be doing in Syria?  Or, will this be the spark to ignite the entire region in a tempest of fire?

isis_mapArticle contribution by our reader Andrea


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Canthama
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Andrea, excellent article, interesting map, hopefully this whole conspiracy will go to the drain where it belongs, together with the Nations funding this crime against humanity.

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Of course the ISIL takeover of western Iraq is not a scheme planed by US, it more is a Takfiri plot by Saudi and Quatari interest/sponsors. In any case this has happend since these states, including England, France and above all Turkey have let and supported financially the hard-core islamist to pore into Syria in seeking to topple Syria Assad rule – since it’s opposed the Saudi and Israel power game If anyone is to blame is the Saudis (money) and the Turks (bases, logistics) that are the main culprits of this enfolding human disaster in Syria and Iraq How… Read more »
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Any country and especially the ones you mentioned that needs to use terrorism to accomplish a goal must consult with the US first. There’s no way the US was not aware about the planning and intelligence involved to build ISIS…

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Hmmm.. how do we know Al-Baghdadi is really in charge of ISIS? or for this matter how do we know he’s alive? Invisible leader?

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I think we’re giving too much power to ISIS. The only way they’re still active is because they were assigned a task to create anarchy in order to split Iraq… After that they will be exterminated quickly by the west…

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Returning to a previous topic, I thought the “big surprise” would come from Jordan, but rather came from Lebanon if not understood wrong. It is surprising that terrorists could have 2000 fighters in Lebanese territory without government knowledge, in any case there was a force traffic from Jordan by Israel to invade the territory of Syria from Lebanon, but just with the complicity of Lebanese authorities. Furthermore although low terrorists might be older, but perhaps most important is not how many died but who died, and what is Advance SYRPER died VIPs Saudi characters, Qatari and Jordanian.

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Iraqi forces retake Syria border crossing: Officers http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/middle-east/Iraqi-forces-retake-Syria-border-crossing-Officers/articleshow/37111284.cms RAMADI: Iraqi security forces regained control of the Al-Waleed border crossing between Iraq and Syria after Sunni Arab militants briefly seized it, officers said on Tuesday. The militants took the crossing on Sunday, but as of this evening, it was back in Iraqi government hands, a police colonel and a major in the border guards said. The militants withdrew without fighting, the officers said, allowing security forces to move back in. The two other official border posts between Iraq and Syria – Al-Qaim and Rabia – are still outside central government hands.… Read more »
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Thanks for the info, I will update my map!

http://www.fps-predators.com/#/middle-east-conflict/4585140400

Guys if you get some info on some cities/towns “ownership” changes please let me know so that I can update my map. That way we can all see what is happening and the progress of the fight. 🙂

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M, it was 2 border crossings, one with Jordan and another with Syria. The situation is fluid and info not very reliable, changes will happen pretty fast in the next few weeks until forces on the ground are settle down. Tks for your map, it is quite nice, loved the fly on KSA….

Troops recaptured the Trebil border crossing with Jordan and al-Waleed crossing on the border with Syria on Monday.

http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/2014/06/23/iraqi-army-soldiers-recapture-2-border-crossings/

M
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Thanks, keep it coming! 🙂

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Thanks for the theater map! I notice the fly walking about on KSA (love it), so – – should KSA be shown as brown and sorta lumpy?

M
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Why do you think the fly is there…? LOL

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Iraq crisis: Hand over your daughters for sex, ISIS militants order families http://daily.bhaskar.com/article/WOR-iraq-crisis-hand-over-your-daughters-for-sex-or-be-ready-to-receive-bullets-isis-4656800-NOR.html Baghdad (Iraq): Following a Saudi cleric’s fatwa (religious ruling) that allows militants to rape women in captive towns, ISIS fighters have ordered terrified families in Iraq to hand over their daughters for sex. According to Mirror, after taking over the cities of Mosul and Tikrit, the terrorists have started distributing leaflets which says, “Women virgin or not must join jihad and cleanse themselves by sleeping with militants.” The invading militants warned that those who disobey the dictate are violating God’s will, and hence will receive beatings or… Read more »
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which Saudi cleric?

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It is ironic that Israel fired a missile at the 90th Brigade Base in Quneitra because Jabhat al-Nusra is besieging it. Slowly, but surely, Israel shows its cards. Unfortunately for these parasites, the anal pimples from Jabhat al-Khara were unable to advance. What a waste of a missile.

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Osama butt head is dead now we need another boogie man. Have u notice ,the word Al-Qeada is all but gone. I am sure they must be feeling really bad for losing such a good brand name!

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Iraq: Militants Hunting for Wives; Children Used as Snipers http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/556817/20140624/iraq-crisis-human-rights-watch-isis.htm The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) militants are hunting for wives as they battle control of Iraq’s major oil refinery outside Baiji, north of Baghdad. The militants are going door to door as they inquire about married and unmarried women in the houses, The Independent reports. “I told them that there were only two women in the house and both were married. They said that many of their mujahedin [fighters] were unmarried and wanted a wife. They insisted on coming into my house to look at the… Read more »
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Argentina’s Armenians call on Pope to intervene in Syrian conflict http://www.panarmenian.net/eng/news/180137/ PanARMENIAN.Net – Armenian community of Argentina sent a letter to Pope Francis asking for his intervention in the Syrian conflict, “convinced that his word could bring peace to the conflictive area of Middle East and ensure the return of refugees to their homes.” According to Agencia Prensa Armenia, the letter warns about “the sad and painful situation of Christian minorities in Syria” and notes that “the civilian population is living in a disturbing critical state.” “For example, the city of Kessab, a majority Armenian populated town, was attacked by… Read more »
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Perhaps it would have been the correct time to populate Artsakh ???

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Putin and Obama express “grave concern” over Iraq and militants from ISIS http://voiceofrussia.com/uk/news/2014_06_24/Putin-and-Obama-express-grave-concern-over-Iraq-and-militants-from-ISIS-1814/ Russian President Vladimir Putin held a telephone conference with US President Barack Obama late on Monday, where both leaders “expressed grave concern about activities in Iraq by militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria terrorist group”. The President of Russia expressed support for Baghdad’s efforts to fight the Islamists and establish peace and security in the nation. The Presidents also duscussed the situation in Syria, taking into account the completion of the process of removing chemical weapons components from the country, as well as the… Read more »
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The colonial puppet government of Maliki has given US forces total immunity for the forthcoming airstrikes and war crimes to target the Iraqi resistance. John Kerry has also visited his puppet in Baghdad to push him to finally agree to the American plan of dividing Iraq into 3 provinces under the cover of a ‘national unity government’. And people on here wish to join America’s side to strike ‘terrorism’ in Iraq and create mini statelets on the territory of Syria and Iraq. LOL.

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Kerry also mentioned that if Iraq agreed to ‘national unity talks’ or a ‘national unity government’ (he really means the federal system of splitting Iraq into 3 provinces with Turkey acting as the surrogate for the Kurdish region and Iran for the ‘Shia’ region) then US support will be ‘intense and sustained’. Intense and sustained is obviously referring to military matters, i.e airstrikes.

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Kerry is representing a dying empire, and everyone knows this. If Maliki is so hard up that he accepts American ‘help’, better he should just shoot himself.

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Somebody is gonna go nuclear on this.
My money is on Saudi Arabia before Iran can do it.

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Stakes are high in this complex situation in Iraq, it is as if in few weeks a country ceased to exist. Read tis eye opening article from Voltairenet.org. Time to bomb Saudi Arabia. While the Western media portray the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant as a group of jihadists reciting the Qur’an, the ISIL has started the oil war in Iraq. With the help of Israel, it has cut off Syria’s supply and guaranteed the theft of oil from Kirkuk by the local government of Kurdistan. The sale will be assured by Aramco who will camouflage this diversion… Read more »
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I disagree, C: time to vaporize DC, London and Brussels. In my opinion.

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This is what called “fitnah”.

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About time too. Provoking and pissing Hezbollah off is not a good idea: Hezbollah: Persian Gulf Arab states will regret funding ISIL http://en.alalam.ir/news/1605377 Tuesday, June 24, 2014 8:58 AM Lebanese Hezbollah fighters ride on a truck mounted with a missile during an annual parade in the southern city of Nabatiyeh on November 28, 2012. Lebanese Hezbollah fighters ride on a truck mounted with a missile during an annual parade in the southern city of Nabatiyeh on November 28, 2012. The head of Hezbollah’s parliamentary bloc says the Lebanese resistance movement will confront the sponsors of the al-Qaeda offshoot group, the… Read more »
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