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    Default Re: Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham - ISIS - GRAPHIC PG. 15

    What will the Japanese do about this?

    Anyone's guess....

    I don't think, much.
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    Japan PM vows to save ISIS hostages threatened with beheading in new video

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    Japan's Prime Minister vowed Tuesday to save the lives of two Japanese hostages, one a freelance journalist and the other a soldier for hire, threatened with beheading in an online video purportedly released by the Islamic State terror group.
    In the video, identified as being made by the Islamic State group's al-Furqan media arm and posted on militant websites associated with the extremist group, a militant threatened to kill the men unless a $200 million ransom was paid within 72 hours. If confirmed to be from Islamic State, better known as ISIS, the video would mark the first public demand for ransom from the group in exchange for the release of captives.
    Speaking in Jerusalem, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called on ISIS to immediately release the hostages, saying that "their lives are the top priority." Abe is in the midst of a six-day visit to the Middle East, accompanied by more than 100 government officials and presidents of Japanese companies.
    "It is unforgivable," he said. "Extremism and Islam are completely different things."
    Abe said he would send Yasuhide Nakayama, a deputy foreign minister, to Jordan to seek the country's support and to resolve the hostage crisis. The premier also said the Israeli government, which Japan promised Sunday to cooperate with on counterterrorism, are sharing information to aid in the hostage crisis. The Israeli prime minister's office declined to comment.
    In the video, the two men, identified by ISIS as Kenji Goto Jogo and Haruna Yukawa, appear in orange jumpsuits like other hostages previously killed by ISIS, which controls a third of Iraq and Syria. The militant who threatens them speaks in a British accent and resembles a militant involved in other filmed beheadings.
    "To the prime minister of Japan: Although you are more than 8,500 kilometers (5,280 miles) from the Islamic State, you willingly have volunteered to take part in this crusade," the knife-brandishing terrorist says. "You have proudly donated $100 million to kill our women and children, to destroy the homes of the Muslims."
    Japan's Foreign Ministry's anti-terrorism section has seen the video and analysts are assessing it, a ministry official said. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because of department rules.
    Speaking in Tokyo, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga declined to say whether Japan would pay the ransom.
    "If true, the act of threat in exchange of people's lives is unforgivable and we feel strong indignation," Suga told journalists. "We will make our utmost effort to win their release as soon as possible."
    Yukawa, a 42-year-old private military company operator, was kidnapped in Syria in August after going there to train with militants, according to a post on a blog he kept. Pictures on his Facebook page show him in Iraq and Syria in July. One video on his page showed him holding a Kalashnikov assault rifle with the caption: "Syria war in Aleppo 2014."
    "I cannot identify the destination," Yukawa wrote in his last blog post. "But the next one could be the most dangerous." He added: "I hope to film my fighting scenes during an upcoming visit."
    Yukawa's father, Shoichi, who lives in Chiba, just outside Tokyo, expressed shock over the news in an interview with Japanese public television station NHK.
    "I don't understand this," he said. "I'm quite confused."
    Nobuo Kimoto, an adviser to Yukawa's company, told NHK that he had worried "something like this could happen sooner or later."
    "I was afraid that they could use Yukawa as a card," Kimoto said.
    Goto, 47, is a respected Japanese freelance journalist who went to report on Syria's civil war last year.
    "I'm in Syria for reporting," Goto wrote in an email to an Associated Press journalist in October. "I hope I can convey the atmosphere from where I am and share it."
    ISIS has beheaded and shot dead hundreds of captives -- mainly Syrian and Iraqi soldiers -- during its sweep across the two countries, and has celebrated its mass killings in extremely graphic videos. A British-accented jihadi also has appeared in the beheading videos of slain American hostages James Foley and Steven Sotloff, and with British hostages David Haines and Alan Henning.
    The group also holds British photojournalist John Cantlie, who has appeared in other extremist propaganda videos, and a 26-year-old American woman captured last year in Syria while working for aid groups. U.S. officials have asked that the woman not be identified out of fears for her safety.
    Tuesday's video marks the first time an Islamic State message publicly has demanded cash. The extremists requested $132.5 million from Foley's parents and political concessions from Washington, though neither granted them during months of negotiations before his killing, U.S. authorities say.
    The Islamic State group has suffered recent losses in airstrikes by a U.S.-led coalition, and with global oil prices being down, their revenue from selling stolen oil likely has dropped as well. The extremists also have made money from extortion, illicit businesses and other gangland-style criminal activity.
    Its militants also recently released some 200 mostly elderly Yazidi hostages in Iraq, fueling speculation by Iraqi officials that the group didn't have the money to care for them.
    Japan relies on the Middle East for most of the crude oil it needs to run the world's third-largest economy. It also has been working to build wider economic ties in the region, like with Abe's current Mideast tour.
    This is Abe's second Mideast hostage crisis since becoming prime minister. Two years ago, Al Qaeda-affiliated militants attacked an Algerian natural gas plant and the ensuing four-day hostage crisis killed 29 insurgents and 37 foreigners, including 10 Japanese who were working for a Yokohama-based engineering company, JCG Corp. Seven Japanese survived.
    In 2004, followers of Jordanian militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in Iraq beheaded Japanese backpacker Shosei Koda and wrapped his body in an American flag over Japan having troops in Iraq doing humanitarian work. A video by al-Zarqawi's group, which later became the Islamic State group, showed Koda begging Japan's then-prime minister to save him.
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    Default Re: Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham - ISIS - GRAPHIC PG. 15

    Probably more than this Administration.


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    WATCH: New ISIS Spokesman - an Australian Teen - Issues Warning



    Published on Oct 22, 2014
    A new highly produced propaganda video shows a 17-year-old boy from Australia who has become the latest spokesman for ISIS. See the newest ISIS warning in the video.

    ABC News reported that the spokesman is Abdullah Elmir, who went missing from west Sydney four months ago with a 16-year-old friend.

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    Kurdish forces recently launched a major offensive against ISIS in Mosul, Iraq. Some video...



    Kurdish Peshmerga forces launched a major offensive against Islamic State (ISIS) forces west of Mosul Wednesday morning to assist Iraqi troops in their effort to retake the city from the radical group.

    Iraqi and coalition fighter jets led the fight by bombing ISIS positions, while the Peshmerga pounded the militants with heavy artillery on the ground.

    In the early hours of the offensive the Peshmerga forces controlled the villages of Tel Reem, Tel Khidir and Jamrud, where they killed six of the insurgents and took another prisoner.

    Iraqi officials had earlier said that the Mosul operation might be launched in spring. But today’s heavy, multipronged attack on ISIS appears to indicate the plan is underway.

    Kurdish leaders have said that their forces would not get involved in the liberation of Mosul, as they want to avoid igniting an Arab-Kurdish war, but they pledged to assist the Iraqi army in the effort.
    Yes, those are our MRAPs we left behind the ISIS forces are (unsuccessfully) using. Those are apparently Milan ATGMs being used against them.

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    ISIS burns Jordanian pilot alive
    February 3, 2015 - King Abdullah’s dilemma about coalition.
    ISIS burns Jordanian Air Force pilot Lt. Mu’ath al Kassasbeh alive. This was a gruesome departure designed for Arab enemies. Negotiations broke down when Amman demanded proof that Lt. Kassasbeh was alive. Jordanian TV says the pilot was killed a month ago. It is not clear how or when this was discovered.

    The young pilot’s ghastly execution, the first penalty paid by an Arab combatant in the US-led coalition fighting ISIS, presents the Arab members of that coalition with a painful dilemma. Will Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates stay in coalition or quit the war on ISIS.
    The pilot’s fate is a backlash against Jordan's involvement in the US-led coalition fighting ISIS.
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    * Yes pilot was killed January 2 - supposedly

    Jordanian king cuts short visit to United States
    February 3, 2015 - Jordanian King Abdullah cut short a visit to the United States on Tuesday after Islamic State militants released a video purporting to show a captive Jordanian pilot being burnt alive.

    "His Majesty the King, the supreme commander of the armed forces, has cut his visit to the United States after the news of the martyrdom of the hero pilot," state television said.
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    I started a separate thread on his execution.
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    Jordan executed two terrorists they were holding in prison (already on death row) including one would-be-but-failed suicide bomber female. They were both hanged, last night in response to this video.

    The two were scheduled to be executed "down the road" sometime but the timing was changed when Jordan verified the video had been shot back in the beginning of January.
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    Lawmakers support more military aid to Jordan fight IS

    Posted: Wednesday, Feb. 04, 2015
    Obama US Jordan Islamic State

    President Barack Obama, right, meets with King Abdullah II of Jordan in the Oval Office of the White House, on Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015, in Washington. The meeting comes after Jordanian Air Force pilot First Lt. Moaz al-Kasasbeh was executed by the Islamic State group.


    WASHINGTON Congressional support built Wednesday for increased U.S. military assistance to Jordan following a video purporting to show Islamic State militants burning a captured Jordanian air force pilot to death.

    West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said Jordan's King Abdullah II — who met with lawmakers and with President Barack Obama on Tuesday — must be given "all of the military equipment" he needs to combat the group.

    Sen. John McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said he expected his panel to swiftly approve legislation.

    "We'll be looking at legislation we can pass rapidly," McCain told CNN. "We've got to get them the weapons they need," especially sophisticated weaponry McCain said the U.S. has been slow to provide.

    In the current year, the United States is providing Jordan with $1 billion in economic and military assistance. The Defense Department is also giving an unspecified amount of help to Jordan to secure its border with Syria. Islamic militants have grabbed significant swaths of territory in Syria and Iraq.

    McCain repeated his criticism that the Obama administration has "no strategy" for dealing with the Islamic State group. He said he hoped the video of the death of the Jordanian air force pilot, Lt. Muath Al-Kasaesbeh, will galvanize not only U.S. leadership but "the Arab world."

    Manchin said that at Tuesday's session with the king Abdullah did not ask for ground troops.

    On the House side, Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, said the king "expressed frustration that it takes so long for our bureaucracy to get help to him."

    "I think we have to support the leaders ... who are trying to encourage Muslim leaders to reclaim their religion," Thornberry said.

    Appearing Wednesday morning with Manchin on MSNBC, Thornberry said he hopes the death of the 26-year-old Jordanian pilot has an impact on the West because "that sort of cruelty is pretty unimaginable for most of us."

    Obama hosted Abdullah at the White House for a hastily arranged meeting, hours after the video emerged online. Abdullah, who was on a previously scheduled trip to Washington, arrived after nightfall and made no remarks to reporters as he and Obama sat side by side in the Oval Office.

    In the meeting, Obama offered "his deepest condolences" to the king over the pilot's death, the White House said. "The president and King Abdullah reaffirmed that the vile murder of this brave Jordanian will only serve to steel the international community's resolve to destroy ISIL," said White House spokesman Alistair Baskey, using an acronym for the extremist group.

    Al-Kaseasbeh, who fell into the hands of the militants in December when his Jordanian F-16 crashed in Syria, is the only pilot from the U.S.-led coalition to have been captured to date.

    His death sparked outrage in Jordan, where the country's participation in the coalition against the Islamic State group has not been popular. The video emerged following a weeklong drama over a possible prisoner exchange with an al-Qaida operative imprisoned in Jordan.
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    Default Re: Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham - ISIS - GRAPHIC PG. 15

    See this right here is BULLSHIT.

    Read the headline. They aren't denouncing the murder, just the fact that the BURNING was "un-Islamic". How about fucking KILLING people for the "religious sake" of it is INHUMAN.

    UPDATE 2-Clerics denounce burning alive of pilot as un-Islamic

    Wed Feb 4, 2015 8:20pm IST


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    * Egypt's Al Azhar denounces 'Satanic' group
    * Clerics call killing barbaric
    * Some supporters of Islamic State cheer death on social media (Adds voice from Ramallah)
    By Sami Aboudi and Suleiman Al-Khalidi
    DUBAI/AMMAN, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Muslim clerics widely denounced Islamist militants in Syria over the burning to death of a Jordanian pilot, saying such a form of killing was considered an abomination under Islam, no matter the justification.
    Islamic State militants released a video on Tuesday appearing to show captured pilot Mouath al-Kasaesbeh being burnt alive in a cage. Jordan, which has participated in a U.S.-led military campaign to bomb Islamic State positions, responded overnight by executing two al Qaeda convicts on death row.
    Egypt's top Muslim authority, the 1,000 year old Al-Azhar university revered by Sunni Muslims around the world, issued a statement expressing "deep anger over the lowly terrorist act" by what it called a "Satanic, terrorist" group.
    The Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar, Ahmed al-Tayeb, said the killers themselves deserved to be "killed, crucified or to have their limbs amputated."
    In Qatar, the International Association of Muslim Scholars, headed by prominent cleric Youssef al-Qaradawi and linked to the Muslim Brotherhood that has influence across the region, called the burning of Kasaesbeh a criminal act.
    "The Association asserts that this extremist organisation does not represent Islam in any way and its actions always harm Islam," it said.
    The Islamic State posted a religious edict on Twitter, which ruled that it is permissible in Islam to burn an infidel to death.
    However, senior clerics across the Islamic world argued that inflicting death by fire was always banned under Islam.
    "The Prophet, peace be upon him, advised against burning people with fire," Sheikh Hussein bin Shu'ayb, head of the religious affairs department in southern Yemen, told Reuters in Aden.
    Saudi cleric Salman al-Odah wrote on his Twitter account: "Burning is an abominable crime rejected by Islamic law regardless of its causes."
    "It is rejected whether it falls on an individual or a group or a people. Only God tortures by fire," he added.
    SHOCKING
    Even clerics sympathetic to the jihadist cause said the act of burning a man alive and filming the killing would damage Islamic State, an al Qaeda offshoot which controls wide territory in Syria and Iraq, and is also known as ISIL or ISIS.
    "This weakens the popularity of Islamic State because we look at Islam as a religion of mercy and tolerance. Even in the heat of battle, a prisoner of war is given good treatment," said Abu Sayaf, a Jordanian Salafist cleric also known as Mohamed al-Shalabi who spent almost ten years in Jordanian prisons for militant activity including a plot to attack U.S. troops.
    "Even if the Islamic State says Mouath had bombed, and burnt and killed us and we punished him in the way he did to us, we say, OK but why film the video in this shocking way?" he told Reuters. "This method has turned society against them."
    SITE, a U.S.-based monitoring service, quoted Abdullah bin Muhammad al-Muhaysini, whom it described as a Saudi jihadi, as saying on Twitter it would have been better if Kasaesbeh's captors had swapped him for "Muslim captives". His killing would make ordinary people sympathetic to Kasaesbeh, he said.
    Still, some admirers of Islamic State cheered the killing. In a Twitter message, a user called Suhaib said: "To any pilot participating in the crusader coalition against the holy warriors - know that your plane might fall in the next mission. Sleep well!"
    Still, people across the Middle East mainly expressed disgust.
    "This a criminal, barbaric act which has no place in Islam or humanity. Islam bears no responsibility for them and their claim to be an Islamic State is ridiculous," said Nawaf al-Dweik, 43, an engineer from Ramallah in the West Bank.
    "There should be a joint Arab force to go in and destroy these killers and be rid of them once and for all," he added.
    "I have never heard of any group that claims to be Muslim and commits such atrocities," said Shadi Abdel-Wahhab, a 22-year-old university student in Sanaa, Yemen's capital.
    The killing was widely denounced in the Arab press. The pan-Arab al-Hayat newspaper published the report on its front page under the headline "Barbarity".
    Saudi Arabia's Arabic daily al-Riyadh newspaper wrote that the Islamic state had "deepened its savagery and its bloody approach" by burning Kasaesbeh. (Reporting by Sami Aboudi in Dubai, Suleiman Al-Khalidi in Amman, Michael Georgy and Omar Fahmy in Cairo, Sylvia Westall in Beirut, Noah Browning in Ramallah, Amena Bakr in Qatar, Mohammed Mokhashaf in Aden, Mohammed Ghobari in Sanaa and Farishta Saeed in Bahrain; Writing by Sami Aboudi; Editing by Peter Graff)
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    We just need to carpet bomb any place that ISIS considers its territory. We need to make it so perilous to be ISIS that either they die or hide.
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    I prefer that they hide and then die. That way no one has to bother to bury their Islamic Demon asses.
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    Jordanian airstrikes kill 55 ISIS militants


    Planes belonging to the Jordanian Royal Air Force fly over the headquarters of the family clan of pilot Muath al-Kasaesbeh in the city of Karak Feb. 4, 2015. (Reuters)

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    Jordanian fighter jets flew over the hometown of a pilot killed by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group and the capital Amman on Thursday after completing a mission, state television said without giving the location of their sortie, Reuters reported.

    However, Iraqi media said that the Jordanian airstrikes have killed 55 ISIS militants including a senior commander known as the “Prince of Nineveh.”

    Jordan’s ‘severe’ response to ISIS after it killed an air force pilot by burning him alive, came just hours after King Abdullah vowed to avenge Maaz al-Kassasbeh’s death.

    "The blood of martyr Maaz al-Kassasbeh will not be in vain and the response of Jordan and its army after what happened to our dear son will be severe," Said King Abdullah in a statement released by the royal court on Wednesday.

    Jordan had previously been divided on its participation in airstrikes against ISIS, with many question why the country was involving itself in the fight.

    But it was a divide that largely vanished after the revelation of Kassasbeh’s brutal execution.

    Jordan’s information minister, Mohammad al-Momani told AFP: Amman was “more determined than ever to fight the terrorist group Daesh.” And a government spokesman said Jordan would step up its role in the U.S.-led fight against the militant group.

    King Abdullah cut short a visit to Washington, returning to his country where he held emergency talks with his military.

    But before his return to the Middle East he met with President Barack Obama, who slammed the pilot’s killing as an act of "cowardice and depravity," and he offered the king “his deepest condolences” White House spokesman, Alistair Baskey said.

    Meanwhile Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said radical Islam’s “cruelty knows no borders, the greatest threat to humanity would be if these extremists get their hands on nuclear weapons," referring to Iran's nuclear program.

    The airstrikes came just hours after Jordan executed two militant prisoners in response to the killing of Kassasbeh.

    But the pilot’s father told Reuters the two executions were not enough to avenge his son’s death, adding: "I want the state to get revenge for my son's blood through more executions of those people who follow this criminal group that shares nothing with Islam." Safi al-Kassasbeh told Reuters.


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    Susan Rice will release today, the "National Security Strategy" for the rest of Obama's time.

    When asked of the expectations, one of the news reporters said, "Low. Mitigated. Nil."
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    Unconfirmed reports are coming out by ISIS stating an American Hostage (name unknown at this time, but is An American Female) has been killed.

    Probably an American Aid worker.

    waiting for name....

    ISIS is claiming that the Jordanian attacks "killed" this hostage and "No ISIS fighters have been injured".
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    FNC Smith is saying that this "defies reason".

    A woman IS missing, but she has never been mentioned, no information has been given about her, there has never been anything released about her by ISIS or anyone else.
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    AH!

    News will NOT report the name. The WH ACCIDENTALLY released the name of the alleged hostage (of course).
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    CIA probes ISIS claim Jordanian airstrikes killed US aid worker

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    The CIA is investigating a claim by ISIS that its sole remaining American hostage, an aid worker held for nearly a year and a half, has been killed, and the terrorist groups claim that her death came in a Jordanian airstrike, sources told Fox News.
    The woman, who a White House official accidentally named on television two weeks ago, but had otherwise not been identified by media at the request of the U.S. government and her family as the Pentagon worked to secure her, is believed to be the last American hostage the terrorist army is holding, since the beheading of Peter Kassig, a 26-year-old American aid worker, killed in November.
    She was in Syria helping children who had been orphaned and separated from their families when she was captured in August 2013, along with a group of other aid workers who have reportedly been released.
    Unlike other Islamic State captives killed by the group after their ransom demands were spurned, the woman has not appeared on any hostage videos. In some cases, intelligence officials have determined that the hostages were killed long before the Islamic State militants claimed, raising the possibility that the aid worker was already dead.
    In August, an ISIS militant believed to be British kand dubbed "Jihadi John" by the UK press, beheaded freelance journalist James Foley in a video released online. That was followed by the similar, gruesome Sept. 2 murder of Steven Sotloff, a journalist who had written for Time magazine and other publications. Kassig was the last American known to have been killed by the barbaric group.
    But Islamic State also beheaded two UK aid workers, David Haines, who was killed in September, and Alan Henning, who went to help refugees from Syria's bloody civil war, in October. Late last month, it released videos showing it had slaughtered two Japanese citizens, Haruna Yukawa, a self-employed security contractor, and Kenji Goto, a journalist.
    Jordan, which had previously taken part in U.S.-led airstrikes against Islamic State, stepped up its efforts on Wednesday, a day after the Islamic State released a horrifying video of a Jordanian air force pilot being burned to death in a cage. It was in one of those strikes that Islamic State claims the woman was killed.
    Islamic State militants had demanded a $6 million ransom and the release of terrorist prisoners in exchange for the female hostage, whose name was accidentally revealed by White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough on ABC.
    “As it related to our hostages, we are obviously continuing to work those matters very, very aggressively, McDonough said. “We are sparing no expense and spring no effort, both in trying to make sure that we know where they are and make sure that we’re prepared to do anything we must to try and get them home. But [redacted at request of security officials] family knows how strongly the president feels about this, and we will continue to work this.”
    Among the prisoners Islamic State sought to trade for the woman was Aafia Siddiqui, a neuroscientists trained at MIT who was convicted for attempting to murder United States officials and planning to make dirty bombs for us in terror attacks, in 2010.
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