Tuesday, July 07, 2015

847. JIHADI COLLECTION 16







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8.7.15

THE HINDU 



A blend of military experience and jihadist ideological vigour is what makes IS the most formidable terror machinery of our time. Needless to say, the geopolitical situation in West Asia is clearly in its favour


Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, declared himself as the new “caliph” of the world’s Muslims. In his first public appearance, Baghdadi, standing on the balcony of Mosul’s Great Mosque, demanded the loyalty of Muslims and urged them to “obey” him and “make jihad” for the sake of Allah.

 IS has steadily extended its influence across West Asia and North Africa.

What makes IS so powerful?

 the roots of IS lie in Wahhabism, a stricter, puritanical stream. 


(நமது தமிழ்ப் பதிவர்களில் மிகப் பலர் இந்த 

க்ரூப்பைச் சேர்ந்தவர்கள் தானே!? ஐஎஸ்ஸிற்கு 

இங்கிருந்து போவது சரிதானே என்று கூட 

ஒரு பதிவர் சொன்னார் ...... !  


இந்த அச்சம் நீங்கி 

நாமெல்லோரும் ஒன்றாய், சமாதானமாய் 

இருக்கணும் ... (அவர்கள் சொல்வது போல்)இன்ஷா 

அல்லா....)

Wahhabism, which is derived from the preaching of Muhammad Ibn Abd al-Wahhab, an 18th century religious scholar, 

Wahhab rejected Muslims worshipping the dead or having any saints and making pilgrimages to tombs or special mosques. He asked his followers to return to the “fundamentals” of Islam, condemned practices of Shia, Sufi and other Muslims as invalid interpretations of the religion, 


When it bombs a Shia mosque, its point is that it is “not Islamic”. 

The ideology

 While the likes of the Muslim Brotherhood represent a refined version of political Islam that accommodates Western political institutions such as parliamentary democracy and is tolerant of different forms of worship within Islam, the roots of IS lie in Wahhabism, a stricter, puritanical stream. 

While the likes of the Muslim Brotherhood represent a refined version of political Islam that accommodates Western political institutions such as parliamentary democracy and is tolerant of different forms of worship within Islam, the roots of IS lie in Wahhabism, a stricter, puritanical stream. 

Wahhab’s interpretation actually stands in contrast with several 

Koranic verses. [There shall be no compulsion in (acceptance of) the religion (2:256); 

But Wahhabism gained prominence in Arabia after it became a tool to expand political power.


IS’s obscene savagery has several parallels in history. It was Muhammad Ibn Saud, a tribal chieftain in central Arabia, who first used Wahhab’s ideas to mobilise sociopolitical power in 18th century

 He asked his followers to return to the “fundamentals” of Islam, condemned practices of Shia, Sufi and other Muslims as invalid interpretations of the religion, and emphasised that his version of Islam alone had validity. 

 The modern-day Islamic State uses Wahhabi ideals to explain its barbarism. 


Brutality is a part of IS’s strategy.


it sends suicide jihadists to the countries that are part of the international coalition to gain asymmetric superiority.

Can IS be defeated?


 without a cohesive strategy, how are the world powers going to defeat a monstrous outfit with advanced weapons, large territories under control and thousands of soldiers unified by a fanatic ideology under command? The answer lies within. Meanwhile, the Islamic State is here to stay, at least for now.


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7.7.15

THE HINDU EDITORIAL 



In an abrupt surge of violence, Boko Haram insurgents killed around 200 people in Nigeria over the past week. 

The attacks have sent a deadly message to both the Nigerian government and the rest of the world:

Boko Haram ....has killed more than 23,000 people, mostly civilians. 

 But the recent attacks show that Nigeria is nowhere near defeating the jihadists.

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5.7.15



 Horrific moment ISIS child executioners brutally shoot dead 25 Syrian regime soldiers in front of bloodthirsty crowds at ancient Palmyra ruin


Behind each condemned man stands a child executioner, all wearing desert camouflage and brown bandanas, many of whom appear to be no older than 12 or 13 years old.



ISIS is known for using children – dubbed ‘caliphate cubs’ – as suicide bombers, soldiers and executioners in their attempts to instill fear across Iraq and Syria.

Authorities fear that the use of children as soldiers and suicide bombers will only increase in the coming months.



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the hindu


‘No escape plans by Bhatkal’




outlawed terror outfit Indian Mujahideen, attempting to escape, 

Bhatkal had told his wife over phone that 
IS operatives would help him come out of prison,


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4.7.'15


A young female suicide bomber killed 12 worshippers when she blew herself up in a mosque in northeastern Nigeria, a witness and a vigilante aiding the military against Boko Haram said on Friday.

“The victims were well targeted because they were all residents of Gwargware village... who fled to Miringa some months ago to escape forced conscription by Boko Haram.”

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4 comments:

வேகநரி said...

அச்சம் தரும் உண்மைகள் தான். இந்த போகோ ஹராம் அமைப்பினர் மட்டும் 23,000 க்கு மேலான மக்களை கொன்று குவித்து இருக்கிறார்கள் கடந்தவாரங்களில் 200.
மியன்மாரை பற்றி எழுதும் தமிழ் பதிவர்கள் அச்சம் காரணமாக இதை பற்றி வாய் திறப்பதே இல்லை.

தருமி said...

வேகநரி
இன்னும் சிறிது சேர்த்துள்ளேன்.

வேகநரி said...

படித்தேன், தெரிஞ்சவங்களுக்கு அனுப்பினேன். நன்றிங்க.

தருமி said...

//........அனுப்பினேன்//

ஆமாம் ... இது தான் 'touch-me-not' பதிவாயிற்றே!! is it also read-me-not பதிவு தானோ!!

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