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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 11:15 am    Post subject: ISIS M.B. WAR on the MidEast  Reply with quote




Muslim Brotherhood (Hamas) is ISIS
ISIS is Sunni Islam - Wahabi like Saudi Arabia



Gulf War 3
Or is it the beginning of World War 3
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Operation Inherent Resolve
Late October 2014 is the FIRST I saw what Obama is calling this war


U.S. coalition in SYRAQ - Syria, Iraq and Levant
LEVANT WAR *  Syria, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Sinai, ISIL ISIS
I may as well start this, since neither Syria nor Iraq threads are adequate

U.S. Marine Gen. Allen to lead coalition
Sept 14, 2014  
Kerry selects retired Marine Gen. John Allen to lead coalition.
Retired Marine Gen. John Allen has been selected to coordinate the international effort against ISIS.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2...allen-to-lead-anti-isis-coalition


Iraq has no army left
Turkey has opted out and closed its territory and air bases to the US.
Jordan has renounced any part of Obama coalistion and so has Egypt.
Germany said NO to Obama but is sending arms to the Kurds.

Britain, which sent a shipment of heavy machine guns and half a ton of ammunition to Irbil for the Kurdish Peshmerga, refuses to join the US in air strikes over Syria. (Sep 13 - did they change their mind)

France will host the founding of the coalition in Paris Sept. 15 – in competition to the American initiative. (?)  He has crossed Washington by inviting Iran.
Gen. John Allen, former commander in Afghanistan - Iraq, to lead the coalition.  It is hard to see what combat forces he will lead.  LOL
http://debka.com/article/24271


I had a hunch Gen. Allen was involved in a coup with Petraeus.  It was NOT easy to find any info on that.
Obama has been purging the military of any opposition for 5 years.
Allen was caught up in a 2012 that led him to resign his CIA post.
http://www.cnn.com/2014/09/12/pol...n-allen-isis-coalition/index.html

General John Allen opposed Iraq troop pullout.  He said Iraq would have been safer if the US hadnt withdrawn all its forces.
Allen was the U.S. commander in Afghanistan from 2011 to 2013
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/a...coordinate-Iraq-Syria-effort.html

My job is not to repeat news but to tell you what it means.
I provide links for those who prefer the lies and deceptions.


IRAQistan WAR NEWS
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/ftopic629-120.php

SYRIA NEWS
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/ftopic511-792.php


Sept 16, 2014   Hagmann report
Part 1 is ISIS - ISIL - and why the difference.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cfp-...rns-on-the-hagmann-hagmann-report

WARNINGS to AMERICA, 2 pages
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about3570.html


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International summit in Paris
Sept 15, 2014
International summit in Paris aimed at combating the Sunni Muslim jihadists.
About 40 countries, including 10 Arab states, have signed up to a coalition.
SoS John worthless Kerry attending.
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-29201317


France flights over SYRAQ
ISILstan, SYRAQ is Levant, Levant is everywhere they want.
France to begin reconnaissance flights over Iraq
French aircraft will begin reconnaissance flights over Iraq.
30 nations discuss how to cooperate in the fight against Sunni Islam in SYRAQ.
http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-New...aissance-flights-over-Iraq-375366

Bibi said Israel may strike Iran.  I wondered why he said that AGAIN.  Oh, the talks in Paris is probly the reason.  Bibi tried to reach Kerry.  Lotsaluck.
SYRAQ, Syria-Iraq ISILstan is Levant, Levant is everywhere they want to strike.  Some even claim it includes Israel.  You KNOW there is a reason Barak Osama says ISIL.
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http://news.yahoo.com/ap-sources-...aq-fight-223554320--politics.html
AP sources: First US strike in expanded Iraq fight
9/15/14

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. officials say the United States took the first step in the planned expanded fight against Islamic State militants Monday, going to the aid of Iraqi security forces south of Baghdad who were being attacked by enemy fighters.

The officials say Iraqi forces requested assistance when they came under fire from militants. Officials say the strike represents the newly broadened mission authorized by President Barack Obama to go on the offensive against the Islamic State group wherever it is.

Previous U.S. airstrikes in Iraq were conducted to protect U.S. interests and personnel, assist Iraqi refugees and secure critical infrastructure. Monday's strike was in direct support of Iraqi forces fighting the militants.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the mission publicly by name.
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Syrian plane shot down
Sept 16, 2014
ISIS shot down Syrian fighter.
Raqqa is the capital of Callistan.  Isis named one of their mosques after Osama bin Laden.
Will our own US military fall into their hands?  God forbid.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/185165#.VBgxG5RdUdU

Syrian war plane crashed near Raqqa (250 miles northeast of Damascus), and people on the ground were wounded.  Syria President Bashar Assad offered to join the US coalition, but Obama considers him part of the problem.  As always, Obama is WRONG.
http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-New...ar-Islamic-State-held-city-375473


US air strikes prepare Syria
The US Central Command said it conducted a strike southwest of Baghdad and near Sinjar in northern Iraq.
There is so MUCH space for major error, meaning friendly fire and/or military encounters with Russia.
Obama said that the US would retaliate against Syria President Assad if he were to go after American planes invading Syria.
That is like Obama saying he would defend USA if attacked by another nation.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4571458,00.html


Retaking Mosul shouldnt take long
Iraq confident the military operation to retake Mosul would not take too long.
The Sunni Muslim jihadists took the Iraqi cities of Mosul and Tikrit in June and announced an Islamic Caliphate.  Sort of - Callistan.
I strongly sense something very bad is very close - planned - many know.
I dont know why isis wasnt called Callistan - being Muslim Sunni terrorists have established a Syria-Iraq calliphate. I dont believe the bad guys will lose.
http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-New...-IS-shouldnt-take-too-long-375416
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http://news.yahoo.com/u-says-wont...k-awe-air-campaign-165815779.html
U.S. general says cannot rule out larger ground role in Iraq
9/16/14

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The most senior U.S. military officer raised the possibility on Tuesday that American troops might need to take on a larger role in Iraq's ground war against Islamic State militants, but the White House stressed they would not deploy on a combat mission.

General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the U.S. military's Joint Chiefs of Staff, said there was no intention now to place American military advisers on the ground in direct combat. U.S. assistance is taking other forms, including air strikes.

Still, Dempsey outlined scenarios in which he might recommend having U.S. troops do more, potentially accompanying Iraqis during complicated offensives, such as a battle to retake the northern city of Mosul from Islamic State fighters.

"It could very well be part of that particular mission - to provide close combat advising or accompanying for that mission," Dempsey said.

Dempsey acknowledged that Obama's "stated policy is that we will not have U.S. ground forces in direct combat."

"But he has told me as well to come back to him on a case-by-case basis," he said.

Obama said last week he would lead an alliance to defeat Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, plunging the United States into a conflict in which nearly every country in the Middle East has a stake.

But Obama also ruled out a combat mission, saying "we will not get dragged into another ground war in Iraq." How exactly America's role might evolve in the open-ended conflict remains unclear, however.

Responding to Dempsey's comments, the White House said Obama’s military advisers had to plan for many possibilities and that overall policy had not changed - that Obama would not deploy U.S. troops in a combat role in Iraq or Syria.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters that Dempsey was "referring to a hypothetical scenario in which there might be a future situation where he might make a tactical recommendation to the president as it relates to ground troops."

Dempsey's spokesman also issued a statement stressing that the four-star general's exchange in the Senate was not about "employing U.S. ground combat units in Iraq."

Dempsey was testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee, along with U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, as the Obama administration makes its case to Congress for broadening operations against the Sunni militants, which would include U.S. air strikes in Syria for the first time.

NO "SHOCK AND AWE' IN SYRIA

The U.S. military's Central Command is due to brief Obama on its plans on Wednesday. Hagel said those plans envision striking the militant group's safe havens in Syria to knock out infrastructure, logistics and command capabilities.

Dempsey said the strikes would degrade the group's capabilities as broader efforts get under way, including training of more than 5,000 Syrian rebels.

"This won't look like a 'shock and awe' campaign because that's simply not how (the Islamic State militants' group) is organized. But it will be a persistent and sustainable campaign," Dempsey told the Senate Armed Services Committee.

"Shock and awe" was a term popularly used to describe the initial air assault on Baghdad in the U.S. campaign to oust Saddam Hussein in 2003, and refers to use of overwhelming force to undermine an enemy's will to fight.

Congress is expected to approve this week a request from Obama for authorization to arm and train moderate Syrian rebels, one part of his program.

Still, Hagel acknowledged the number of Syrian fighters that could be trained over the course of the year would only put the opposition on a path to roll back Islamic State fighters.

"Five thousand alone is not going to be able to turn the tide. We recognize that," Hagel said.

The Senate hearing was repeatedly interrupted by anti-war protesters, shouting slogans such as, "There is no military solution." One protester was escorted out of the room while holding a sign that read: "More war = More extremism."

Senator Angus King of Maine, expressing concern that the United States would be drawn into interminable fights against extremist groups around the world from Iraq to Syria to Africa, said: "This is geopolitical Wack-a-mole."
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Obama's First Defense Secretary: There Will Be Boots On The Ground If There's 'Any Hope Of Success' Against ISIS
9/17/14
http://www.businessinsider.com/ro...ground-with-isis-necessary-2014-9

Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates on Wednesday said US ground troops will have to be part of the equation if there's "any hope of success" in President Barack Obama's strategy to "degrade and destroy" the extremist group ISIS (also known as ISIL or the Islamic State).

"The reality is they're not going be able to be successful against ISIS strictly from the air, or strictly depending on the Iraqi forces, or the Peshmerga, or the Sunni tribes acting on their own," Gates said in an interview on "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday.

"So there will be boots on the ground if there's to be any hope of success in the strategy. And I think that by continuing to repeat that" he won't send ground troops, Gates said, Obama "in effect traps himself."

Gates' comments come a day after the White House sought to clarify comments from the administration's top military officer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey, who opened the door for US ground troops if the situation on the ground deteriorates.

"To be clear, if we reach the point where I believe our advisers should accompany Iraqi troops on attacks against specific ISIL targets, I will recommend that to the president," Dempsey said.

White House press secretary Josh Earnest subsequently reiterated Tuesday afternoon that Obama believes US ground troops should not have a combat role in Iraq.

Gates, who served in both the George W. Bush and Obama administrations, also said he was concerned about the stated objective of the US mission against ISIS — to "degrade and destroy" the group. He said that goal may be "unattainable," considering the US' lengthy engagements with other terrorist groups like al-Qaeda.

"We've been at war with al-Qaeda for 13 years. We have dealt them some terrible blows, including the killing of Osama bin Laden," Gates said.

"But I don't think anybody would say that after 13 years we've destroyed or defeated al-Qaeda. I think to promise that we're going to destroy ISIS or ISIL sets a goal that may be unattainable, as opposed to devastating it ... and dealing them terrible blows that prevent them from holding territory. Those are probably realistic goals."
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Islamic State Funds Push Into Syria and Iraq With Labyrinthine Oil-Smuggling Operation
West Pushes for Crackdown as Jihadists Move Fuel With Pipeline, Truck, Mule
Sept 16, 2014
The Islamic State is funding its rapid push into Syria and Iraq with a labyrinthine oil-smuggling operation that starts at seized Syrian oil fields, goes through makeshift refineries and can end up in jerrycans carried by mules into the hilly borderland of Turkey.
Amid Western pressure to squeeze the group's finances, Turkey is expanding efforts to crack down on the increasingly organized business, which is now generating an...
http://online.wsj.com/articles/is...il-smuggling-operation-1410826325


ISIS bans math, social studies for children
In swaths of Syria now controlled by ISIS, children can no longer study math or social studies. Sports are out of the question. And students will be banned from learning about elections and democracy.
Instead, they'll be subjected to the teachings of the radical Islamist group. And any teacher who dares to break the rules "will be punished."

ISIS revealed its new educational demands in fliers posted on billboards and on street poles. The Sunni militant group has captured a slew of Syrian and Iraqi cities in recent months as it tries to establish a caliphate, or Islamic state, spanning Sunni parts of both countries.

In the letter, ISIS said alternative courses will be added.
It also said teachers must erase the phrase Syrian Arab Republic -- the official name of Syria -- and replace it with Islamic State, which is what ISIS calls itself.
Educators cannot teach nationalistic and ethnic ideology and must instead teach "the belonging to Islam ... and to denounce infidelity and infidels."

Books cannot include any reference to evolution. And teachers must say that the laws of physics and chemistry "are due to Allah's rules and laws."
http://www.cnn.com/2014/09/17/wor...syria-crisis/index.html?hpt=hp_t2
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http://hotair.com/archives/2014/0...goading-u-s-to-again-invade-iraq/
9/17/14
Watch ISIS’s Hollywood movie trailer goading U.S. to again invade Iraq

ISIS is an amalgam consisting of disaffected youth, displaced Iraqi and Syrian opposition fighters, and anti-Western fundamentalists. It is a relatively small force, and has only enjoyed the military successes it enjoys because of the weakness of its adversaries. ISIS is a group unworthy of much of the awe they have inspired in the West.

It is, however, an organization that does seek to function more like a state than a terrorist organization. ISIS has organized municipal services and humanitarian services. It collects taxes and fields a police force which enforces Sharia law. It provides water, electricity, and sewage to its residents. It produces oil and petroleum products and sells them on the black market for a reported $3 million per day in revenues. Perhaps most consequentially, ISIS has a propaganda arm as sophisticated as anything Goebbels ever managed.

For example, the Islamic State released a trailer on Wednesday for a new movie entitled Flames of War. It looks as well produced and action-packed as anything Michael Bay ever directed:

Most disturbingly, the minute-long trailer prominently features President Barack Obama assuring the nation that American ground forces will not be participating in combat operations against ISIS. The president’s insistence is juxtaposed with footage of American forces encountering resistance while serving in Iraq in the last decade.

The viewer is left with the impression that the Islamic State is eager to create the impression that the United States fears engaging ISIS on their terms. That is, no doubt, the propagandist message the terror group wants to project.

Whether Americans or ISIS likes it or not, U.S. ground forces may soon be again seeing combat in Iraq. On Tuesday, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey conceded that there were some circumstances that would lead him to recommend to the president sending American troops to serve in a combat advisory role alongside Kurdish and Iraqi forces. If the president’s strategy aimed at rolling back ISIS in Iraq and containing them in Syria is to be believed, those circumstances will soon arise.
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U.S. Congress just approved WAR
Sept 18, 2014  
The Republican-controlled House voted to give Obama authority to AGAIN train and arm ISIS TERRORISTS.  O they claim Syrian rebels in either Iraq or Syria, but they are ISIS / ISIL.

WHAT is DUMBER, more EVIL than Obama sending troops back to WAR in IRAQ-SYRIA?
Congress APPROVING arms for ISIS!  Congress just approved WAR and the American sheepl dont even know WHO / WHAT has been approved!  Even the mostly awake dont know.

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