Takfir and Khuruj | Syed Saleem Shahzad

Al-Qaeda examined a strategy for the breaking of ties between the West and the ruling Muslim elite in the modern day, and organized a powerful Muslim backlash against Western culture, civilization and the West’s influence in the Muslim world. Although Juhayman’s khuruj was suppressed by the Saudi regime (with the help of French commandos), this first day of the fourteenth century of the Islamic calendar marked the revolt as a unique event which left an indelible imprint on the minds of Muslim militants and reminded them that Muslim regimes in the post-Ottoman Caliphate era were the first line of defense of Western interests, and therefore were to be eradicated.

The literature prepared for the revolt against the Saudi regime thus became the basis of Al-Qaeda’s analysis of the contemporary Muslim world and its relations with the West, and Al-Qaeda subsequently developed a dialectical process which would ultimately create the circumstances required for the “End of Time” battles.

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Wahhabism is not a “False Flag” | Akira

Trutherism is a sort of identity politics of the socially retarded white basement fatty, in some ways an absolutely pure form of identity politics in as much as it is composed entirely of bullshit, existing solely to satisfy the deranged psychosis of the human waste products of western civilization. Every complex human event is reduced to the level of a Saturday morning cartoon or bad action movie, with the truther-tard (of course) cast in the role of the noble internet adventurer fighting against the demonic space lizard conspiracy.

Conspiracy Theory subcultures create safe spaces for idiocy and failure. These subcultures offer a recreational activity that has been entirely sealed off from external reality. They exist solely to satisfy the (usually deeply pathological) emotional needs of their membership. These subculture are now entirely virtual and evidently breed socially retarded basement fatties that threaten nothing at all.

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Additional forces in Syria | Colonel Cassad

Overall, as mentioned a week ago, the situation on the fronts has long demanded strengthening of air support of the advancing troops of Assad, it is also coincided with the official recognition of the terrorist attack in Sinai, as well as the intensification of the interference of France in a local war. It was even stated that with France in Syria will act as an ally, but there apparently are some forward – France is not yet fully decided on the format of participation and its place in the context of two coalitions fighting against the Caliphate with different objectives in the Syrian civil war.

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Russian Heavy bombers strike the Islamic State | Akira

“During a massive airstrike today, 14 important ISIL targets were destroyed by 34 air-launched cruise missiles. The targets destroyed include command posts that were used to coordinate ISIL activities in the provinces of Idlib and Aleppo, munition and supply depots in the northwestern part of Syria,” Gerasimov said.

“The Russian General Staff has developed a new plan of the air campaign [in Syria] which envisions deployment of 25 strategic bombers, eight Su-34 Fullback attack aircraft, and four Su-27 Flanker fighter jets,” Army General Valery Gerasimov said.

Ten imagery and signals intelligence spacecraft were deployed in order to improve the space intelligence capabilities in Syria, Russian General Staff chief Gen. Gerasimov said.

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Putin: ISIS financed from 40 countries, including G20 members | RT

President Vladimir Putin says he’s shared Russian intelligence data on Islamic State financing with his G20 colleagues: the terrorists appear to be financed from 40 countries, including some G20 member states.

During the summit, “I provided examples based on our data on the financing of different Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) units by private individuals. This money, as we have established, comes from 40 countries and, there are some of the G20 members among them,” Putin told the journalists.

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