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So I decided to start this topic to post updates on the war against ISIS. While ISIS has terrorist cells in many Muslim countries around the world: Afghanistan, Libya, Indonesia, etc... It's territory is spread over Syria and Iraq. Most of this territory is desert but in that desert there are many oil wells and gas extraction facilities. ISIS are still selling oil to fund their war efforts and Caliphate, but now they are being pummelled on that front. ISIS is a quasi-government inside a quasi-country. It imposes an extremely strict Sharia law based on the extremes of the Wahhabi ideology. Non-believers must convert to Islam or be either exiled or killed, anyone being homosexual or suspected of homosexuality is executed- no questions asked. Rape and massacres are common-place, Christians are hunted, killed or chased out of their homes. ISIS fight with mercenaries, jihadis who come from around the world, suicide bombers, ATGMs (Anti-tank Guided Missile), VBIED (Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices), tanks, mortars, mines, hell-cannons and jeeps/humvees fitted out with machine guns, AA-guns and other turrets. Various Jihadi groups (known as Jihadists) such as Al-Nursa and Al-Qaeda sometimes coordinate with ISIS, but it should be noted that ISIS are not the only extremist Jihadi/Islamic faction in Syria and Iraq. This fight against ISIS and the Jihadists is really a Muslim world war, it could be said to have started during the Arab Spring in 2011. Since then many millions of people have been displaced from their homes, probably million are dead already. ISIS are losing the fight and the best comparison would be Germany 1944- losing ground on all fronts. I think in a year or two the ISIS caliphate will be no more. /// Anyway here are some videos- R&U Videos is a youtube channel which keeps a track of the various fighting in Syria and Iraq. Please note anything in the spoilers is where viewer discretion is advised. 1. The Iraqi assault on Western Mosul. 2. Jihadists on the offensive. 3. Jihadist boobie traps and IEDs left behind in East Aleppo. 4. Syrian ghost towns.
ISIS releases 17 point step-by-step guide on how ‘lone wolf’ fanatics should attack at the Rio Olympics
JP Schriefer posted a topic in Current EventsPosted on social network Telegram, the terror handbook gives advice on airport bombings, random stabbings and kidnapping hostages. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1480658/isis-releases-17-point-step-by-step-guide-on-how-lone-wolf-fanatics-should-attack-at-the-rio-olympics/ Fresh news, the Federal Police of Brazil just arrested 10 members with connection with the ISIS (it happened some minutes ago, so there are only portuguese news for now): http://g1.globo.com/politica/noticia/2016/07/ministro-da-justica-anuncia-acoes-antiterror-15-dias-da-olimpiada.html Some extra informations: it occurred after ISIS open a portuguese version of their group in Telegram, the most used app by them. A few days ago a brazilian group calling itself Ansar al-Khilafah Brazil declared loyalty to ISIS. In addition to great ISIS enemies being in the Olympics, Brazil has about 90% of its population being Christian, which means that the terrorist group has nothing to lose here. Our borders are too large and it's easy to foreign terrorists entering the country. As a Brazilian I'm really worried about that because we're a country without much experience with these kind of things that never happened here, like terrorism or any other international real threat. Let's just hope for the best.