Are ISIS Terrorists Being Transferred From Iraq into Syria To Fight Syrian, Russian and Iranian Forces
As the Iraqi Army start their massive operation to liberate Mosul from the Islamic State jihadists. They are facing numerous obstacles, forces, in total some 40,000, are still several dozen kilometers away from the city limits. They will have to capture several towns, villages, and pass numerous IED obstacles before coming near to the center of Mosul. Then begins the house to house fighting they will face. It might take many months to eliminated the last stay-behind ISIS cells in Mosul.
With more than one million civilians currently living in Mosul, many more than currently living near Eastern-Aleppo. Most, of whom were
sympathetic with their new overlords when ISIS stormed in two years ago.
Even as French, American, Kurdish, Iraqi and Turkish artillery pounds the s...
Approximately 8:00 a.m. Central European Time the first reports began to filter out that a bomb had exploded in the Brussels airport. Here is what is known at the moment: Multiple explosions rocked Brussels, Belgium in what appears to be coordinated terrorist attacks.
The first was carried out at Brussles Airport at approximately 8:00 a.m CETZ. At least 15 people have been killed with scores more seriously injured. Within 20 minutes, more terror attacks claiming the lives of at least 10 more were carried out at Brussels Metro Rail system.
These attacks are considered to have been cooridinated and carried out by ISIS as the bombs used in today's attacks have a lot of the same marking as those used in the Paris attack which were made by Salah Abdeslam. Abdeslam who was arrested last Friday has been making public statments which could have sent signals to other t...
Forty year-old Wesam El-Hanafi, a.k.a. Khaled, a New York native turned traitor and al Qaeda supporter has sued the U.S. Government for medical malpractice and mistreatment. El-Hanafi who is currently serving a 15-year sentence for pleading guilty to charges that he conspired with, provided material aid and financial support to al Qaeda beginning in 2007. After traveling to Yemen in 2008 and swearing his allegiance to al-Qaeda, El-Hanafi a.k.a. Khaled, helped finance an unsuccessful attack on the New York Stock Exchange. Instead of accepting his fate for the terrorist activities he was involved in, El-Hanafi is waiting to see if the U.S. will instead award him $7 million in a medical malpractice and mistreatment lawsuit filed in 2013 (2 years prior to his 2015 sentencing.).
Judge Gregory Woods of the U.S. District Court, S.D. New York, presided over the non-jury trial. El-Hanaf...