What the Arab World Produces

Islam%2520Means%2520Peace%2520toon_thumb%255B1%255DComment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper, and Patriot.

It’s quite simple, Islam has contributed nothing to the civilized world.                                                

                                                             Below Somali woman stoned to death!


It was a fascist belief system founded in the Stone Age and is still mired there.

Where Islam prevails death follows.  It’s not a religion but a cult.  What religion in the world will kill members who choose to leave its nonsensical beliefs?

Sharia theme song by Bob Dylan: “Everybody Must Get Stoned.”

Islam as practiced by those who commit jihad and sharia are sub human inbred beings that follow the twisted words of Mohammed allegedly laid down in the Qur’an.

Whoops, almost forgot, they produce flying rugs!

Front Page Magazine



At least since the early part of the 20th century, aside from oil, the Arab world has produced and exported two products.

It has produced essentially no technology, medicine or anything else in the world of science. It has almost no contributions to world literature, art or to intellectual development.

According to the most recent United Nations Arab Human Development Reports (2003-2005), written by Arab intellectuals, Greece, with a population of 11 million, annually translates five times more books from English than the entire Arab world, population 370 million. Nor is this a new development.

The total number of books translated into Arabic during the last 1,000 years is less than Spain translates into Spanish in one year.

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US Coalition Airstrikes Target Kurdish Border Town, ISIS Headquarters

iraq-shiite-militant-reutersComment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.




Air Force assists Kurdish forces before attack by the Islamic State.

The Kurdish forces are fierce fighters and have been the U.S. strongest allies in the area through all of our incursions into Iraq since Saddam tried to take Kuwait.

It’s great U.S. forces were able to bomb ISIS fighters before they were attacked.

International Business Tribune

 tag-reuters Residents give medical help to an injured child at a site hit by what activists said were barrel bombs dropped by forces of Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, in Aleppo’s al-Sakhour district Sept. 27. Reuters/Hosam Katan


Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates joined the U.S. in continued airstrikes on Islamic State group strongholds in Syria Friday night. For the first time since the bombing campaign began, the U.S. and its allies in the region targeted the militant group formerly known as both ISIL and ISIS at its members advanced on the Syrian border town of Kobani, aka Ayn Arab, the U.S. Central Command confirmed.

Kobani is a mostly Kurdish town in northern Syria just miles from the Turkish border. Islamic State group militants had been advancing toward the border town throughout the week, forcing thousands of people to flee across the border. Clashes between Kurdish fighters and Islamic State militants reached a boiling point Friday as the militants threatened to seize Kobani.

Kurds had been hoping for coalition bombing around Kobani for days as militants encircled the town. Previously, the Islamic State group captured dozens of Kurdish villages on the main road toward Kobani, forcing at least 140,000 people to flee across the Turkish border. Thousands of Syrian Kurds remain at the now-closed Turkish border, hoping the Islamic State militants do not succeed in seizing the city. Social-media reports Friday showed some Kobani residents forcibly breaking down Turkish border barriers and walking into Turkey.

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Islamic State Fighters, Meet the F-15E Strike Eagle. The Video Captured How the Showdown Ended

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Proving the U.S. Air Force has more equipment in moth balls than the terrorists of the Islamic State has in munitions and armament, U.S. forces will continue to destroy these idiots until there are none left to destroy.

In the process, towns, cities, infrastructure, will be turned into sand.



F-15 Strike Eagle

With Obama cancelling the F-22 Raptor and the Tomahawk cruise missile let it be the F-15 Eagle uses in Operation Desert Freedom when President George H.W. Bush was president to continue ground pounding Islamic terrorists of the Islamic State.

The Blaze

On Saturday, U.S. warplanes hit Islamic State fighters in Kobani, a town in Syria near the Turkish border.

Now we have footage of the strike.

The video, released by U.S. Central Command late Saturday, shows the power of F-15E Strike Eagles as they annihilate an Islamic State compound.

“The United States conducted this strike as part of the President’s comprehensive strategy to degrade and ultimately defeat ISIL [the Islamic State],” the Central Command statement with the video said. “Going forward, the U.S. military will continue to conduct targeted airstrikes against ISIL in Syria and Iraq as local forces go on the offensive against this terrorist group.”


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Al Nusrah Front Commander suspected of plotting against 2004 NATO summit killed in US airstrikes

droneattackComment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper  and Patriot

Very impressive video below for those who train so hard only to be blown away by a drone strike or a hellfire  missile.

Let’s hear it for those in our military who have taken Obama’s war game away from him.

The Long War Journal

By Thomas Josylen

Posted: 26 Sep 2014

One of the first reported casualties of the US-led bombing campaign earlier this week was a jihadist known as Abu Yusuf al Turki.


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As The Long War Journal reported on Sept. 23, online jihadists described al Turki as an Al Nusrah Front “commander” who trained fighters how to become snipers. Al Nusrah is al Qaeda’s official branch in Syria. A “martyrdom” photo of him was published on al Qaeda-affiliated social media sites just hours after the first bombing raids.



Al Turki was a veteran jihadist who fought in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria. And online jihadists posted photos of al Turki showing him waging jihad in multiple locations.

In the days following the airstrikes on Al Nusrah Front locations, which housed al Qaeda’s so-called “Khorasan group,” additional details about al Turki’s career have come to light.

One jihadist Twitter feed linked to a video purportedly showing al Turki’s trainees in Syria as they prepared for their sniper missions. The video can be seen above.

But the most intriguing details of al Turki’s past came from Turkish press reports, which identified him as taking part in a putative plot to attack the NATO summit in late June 2004.

Today’s Zaman, a publication based in Istanbul, reports that al Turki’s real name was Ümit Yaşar Toprak. Today’s Zaman goes on to say that he was one of suspected terrorists “detained by the Bursa police in April 2004 on suspicions of planning to assassinate then-US President George W. Bush during the president’s visit to İstanbul to attend a NATO summit.”

The plot was mentioned in the State Department’s Country Reports on Terrorism for 2004. “Turkish authorities announced that they had foiled a plot to attack the NATO Summit in Istanbul,” the report reads. “Turkey charged nine alleged members of the Ansar al-Islam terrorist group — which has ties to al Qaeda — with planning the bombing.”

Abu Yusuf al Turki (Toprak) was indeed arrested in 2004 alongside his brother and others. Contemporaneous press accounts identify his brother, Alpaslan Toprak, as the ringleader of the plot.

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ISIS Releases ‘Flames of War’ Feature Film to Intimidate West

QuranComment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

We know know that ISIS is capable of making a high quality video.


Their efforts in this area will be greatly impaired along with breathing as U.S. and coalition forces, all 8 of them, seriously run non stop bombing raids, from the sea, the air and finally the land. 

These gutless cowards routinely hide behind women and children, knowing our rules of engagement, they drop their weapons and live to fight another day.

It’s time to shit can our “Rules of engagement and fight these cowards on their terms.  Fore each head the decapitate, we kill a minimum of 1000 of them. 

Eventually they might get a clue.  In the end it will not matter, it must be our goal to exterminate this vermin, every last one, women and children who are being trained as the video above will demonstrates.

Anything less we will be embroiled here forever. 

The Clarion Project

After releasing the trailer last week, the Islamic State released the full film — a gory, bravado flick showcasing their ruthless tactics in Syria.

By Ryan Mauro

Monday, September 22, 2014

True to its promise, the Islamic State terrorist group released a 55-minute video (see below) narrated by an operative in Syria with an American accent.  At the same time, Al-Qaeda has released a new video (see below) featuring an American recruit named Adam Gadahn calling on Muslims to pursue regime change in Pakistan.

The Islamic State video is far above the Al-Qaeda video in terms of production. The 55-minute film, titled Flames of War, is professionally edited and highlights the Islamic State’s seizure of the Syrian Army’s 17th Division base near Raqqah.

Footage is shown from the attack and then the film shows an Islamic State fighter near the base speaking in fluent English with an American accent. Captured Syrian soldiers are shown digging their own graves.

One claims that 800 of Assad’s troops were at the base and were defeated by only 20-30 Islamic State members. The captives are then shot point blank and shown gruesomely falling in the ditches.

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The Ancient War Between the Judeo-Christian West and Islam

cmimg_53842Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

A well written synopsis of why Islam must be defeated sooner rather than later.

Failure to do so represents an existential threat to Israel but the entire world.



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In one of the great epics of Western literature, the hero, confronted by numerous and powerful enemies, temporarily gives in to weakness and self-pity. “I wish,” he sighs, “none of this had happened.” The hero’s wise adviser responds, “So do all who live to see such times, but that is not for them to decide.” The old man continues, “There are other forces at work in this world … besides the will of evil.” Some events, he adds, are “meant” to be, “And that is an encouraging thought.”

Indeed it is. Perhaps, today, we are meant to live in these times. Perhaps right here, right now, we are meant to be tested. Maybe we are meant to have faith that other forces are at work in this world, that we are meant to rediscover our strength and our survival skills.

And so the question: can we, the people of the West, be brought to failure despite our enormous cultural and spiritual legacy? Three thousand years of history look down upon us: does this generation wish to be remembered for not having had the strength to look danger squarely in the eye? For having failed to harness our latent strength in our own defense?

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Pakistani Taliban commander killed during fighting in North Waziristan

allah-1Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

As Muslim Jihadists the world over kill each other it can only be Gods will.

Each time one of these inbred heathen dies he doesn’t go to Allah, he burns in hell for eternity as God trumps Allah.


The Long War Journal

Posted: 20 Sept 2014

The Pakistani military killed a senior commander for the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan during recent fighting in North Waziristan. The commander had been released from a prison in Afghanistan, according to a statement from the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan, which announced his death.



The Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan said that Mohammad Hassan was killed “during a fierce battle with the Pakistan Army” in the Boya area of North Waziristan. The statement was emailed yesterday to The Long War Journal by Shahidullah Shahid, the spokesman for the Pakistani Taliban group.


The Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan “in collaboration with the Mujahideen,” likely a reference to al Qaeda and allied groups such as the Islamic goverment of Uzbekistan, fought “a fierce battle with the Pakistan Army,” Shahidullah stated.

Hassan, who is from Kabul, Afghanistan, was freed from an Afghan prison and “reunited” with the Taliban in Pakistan, Shahidullah claimed. It is unclear where Hassan was held and when he was released. Afghan Taliban commanders and even a top leader in the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan have recently been freed from Afghan prisons and have returned to the fight. [See LWJ reports, Senior IMU leader captured by ISAF in 2011 now leads fight in northern Afghanistan, and Taliban commander behind Ghor executions was freed from prison 3 months ago.]

Hassan is the first senior leader of the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan, or any of the non-aligned Taliban groups, who has been confirmed killed during Pakistan’s military operation in North Waziristan, known as Operation Zarb-e-Azb or Sword of Allah.

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