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Warned that they would hold Russia “fully responsible” for any potential “undesirable dire consequences” that may arise

Turkey has summoned the Russian envoy, claiming a Russian fighter jet has violated its airspace, Dogan news agency reports.

According to Ankara, the incident involving a Russian Su-34 took place Friday. Several warnings in Russian and in English were allegedly sent to the jet.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry condemned the incident in a statement Saturday, calling it “a type of irresponsible behavior” and warned that they would hold Russia “fully responsible” for any potential “undesirable dire consequences” that may arise.

The ministry also said it views the alleged violation as a clear sign that Russia is seeking to escalate the already existing tensions.

The Russian embassy in Ankara confirms the envoy has been summoned.

“We confirm that the ambassador, Andrey Karlov, has had a meeting in the Turkish Foreign Ministry,” Igor Mityakov, the press secretary of the Russian embassy in Ankara, told RIA Novosti following Turkey’s statement. He did not confirm the incident itself and provided no further comment.

US & Turkey eyeing military operation in Syria against ISIS if peace talks fail

US Vice President Joe Biden says the US and Turkey are prepared for military solutions in Syria if a political settlement cannot be found. He added that Washington recognizes the Kurdistan Workers’ Party is as much of a threat to Ankara as Islamic State.

“We do know it would better if we can reach a political solution but we are prepared …, if that’s not possible, to have a military solution to this operation and taking out Daesh,” Biden said at a news conference after a meeting with Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, as cited by Reuters. ‘Daesh’ is an Arabic term for Islamic State (formerly known as ISIS/ISIL).

A US official later clarified that Biden was talking about a military solution to IS, not Syria as a whole.

Biden added that he discussed with Davutoglu how the two allies could try and work together to support Syrian rebel groups who oppose President Bashar Assad. The US vice president backed Ankara in its battle with the banned Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), saying it was as much of a threat to Ankara as Islamic State, and that Turkey must do everything necessary to protect its citizens.

However, the pair disagreed about the status of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) in northern Syria, with Biden saying there is a difference between the PYD and PKK.

“To say that these [groups] are separate, one should be unaware that those [PKK] guns are coming to [Turkey] from Syria,” Davutoglu said, according to Reuters.

Ankara believes the Syrian Kurds are looking to create a corridor along the northern border with Turkey, which would cut off Turkey from sharing a boundary with Syria.

“The PYD is a terrorist organization that cooperates with the Syrian regime. Struggling against Daesh does not grant them legitimacy,” the Turkish prime minister said.

Turkey has carried out attacks on Kurdish forces in northern Syria. In late July, the Kurds said they had been bombed at least four times, with civilians being among the casualties. Ankara maintained its airstrikes were aimed at members of the PKK.

Kurdish fighters have proved to be some of the most effective forces in helping to combat Islamic State in northern Syria, while borders in territories under its control have been sealed to stop the flow of foreign IS militants into Syria.

On Friday, Biden said Turkey’s intimidation of the media, curtailing of internet freedom and accusations of treason made against academics was not setting a good example in the Middle East.

“The more Turkey succeeds, the stronger the message sent to the entire Middle East and parts of the world who are only beginning to grapple with the notion of freedom,” Biden mentioned.

“But when the media are intimidated or imprisoned for critical reporting, when internet freedom is curtailed and social media sites like YouTube or Twitter are shut down and more than 1,000 academics are accused of treason simply by signing a petition, that’s not the kind of example that needs to be set,” he said.


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This is a scene straight from a medieval vision of Hell.  The drivers in this ISIS oil convoy were all fried in their seats by super accurate Russian air-to-ground missiles. It’s like a good old-fashioned British fish ‘n’ chip shop on a Saturday night – everything on the slab gets deep fried!

ALEPPO AND AL-RAQQA:  The Russian Air Force has flown 157 sorties and attacked 579 targets during the last 5 days.  The enemy was ISIS and Turkish President Erdogan, whose corrupt family have been making a fortune selling stolen oil for Islamic State.

The Russian Air Force destroyed a massive oil tanker convoy loaded with petroleum product and 6 convoys of armoured pickups with heavy 23mm cannons right at the Turkish border near the town of Tal Rif’aat.   The Russian military also confirmed targeting and destroying a fuel depot, a fuel processing plant, and a pump for extraction of oil.  All tanker convoys were headed to Turkey.

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if you are willing to work with isis u shall end up dead GLORY TO THE RUSSIAN AIRFORCE

Go Russia

Obama has restricted airstrikes due to environmental concerns. What a loser.

Fuck yeah! Turkeys oil business with Isis ends now, your move Turkish fuck boys.


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Ankara says it is moving on IS but the target is the Kurds


ANF News reported late Tuesday night Turkish troops and military equipment crossed the border and entered Syria through the town of Jarablus.
An unconfirmed report added that Turkey has moved a thousand soldiers to the Syrian side of the border.
Local sources reported the movement and said “that ISIS gangs in the area were all unresponsive to the activity of Turkish soldiers, and just watched them as they moved.”
In December Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan promised to eject the Islamic State from Jarablus.

Erdoğan and the Turks, however, are more concerned about Syrian Kurdish Peoples Protection Units (YPG) entering the area in order to fight IS. Ankara has declared a red line west of the Euphrates River and warned the YPG not to cross it or face a military response.
Turkey considers the YPG a terrorist organization. Turkish forces launched an offensive against the Kurds in October and attacked the strategic towns of Kobani and Tal Abyad in Syria along Turkey’s border.

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The Kurdish YPG has fought the Islamic State since 2013 when the terrorist organization attacked Kobani (also known as Ayn al-Arab) where the YPG is headquartered.

In late December the YPG defeated IS at the Tishreen Dam south of Jarablus. “This could well constitute the greatest victory the YPG have had over ISIS since they forced them out of the northeastern border town of Gire Spi (Tal Abyad) over the summer and subsequently closed-off all of the northeastern border to them,” the Kurdish media group Rudawreported on December 31.

Also on Tuesday Turkish army troops shelled the YPG headquarters in Tel Abyad, located north of Raqqa province. Raqqa is the de facto capital of the Islamic State.

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Turkey was angered by the US providing air support to the YPG during the advance on Gire Spi. The US Defense Department said it conducted eleven air strikes against IS positions around the town.

On January 6 the Turkish army expressed concern to Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, about the presence of Kurds in the Azaz-Jarablus corridor of Syria. At the time Dunford was holding talks with with Turkish Chief of General Staff Gen. Hulusi Akar and Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu.

The movement of troops on Tuesday appears to be an effort by Turkey to push the Kurds out of Jarablus and the surrounding countryside under the cover of fighting the Islamic State.

Turkish support for the Islamic State is well documented. In November the former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Wesley Clark said Turkey has long supported the terror group. He accused Ankara of funneling ISIS terrorists through Turkey and buying oil stolen from IS and selling it on the black market.

Around the same time a senior Western official familiar with a large cache of intelligence obtained last summer from a major raid on an Islamic State safehouse told The Guardian “that Turkey, a longstanding member of NATO, is not just supporting ISIS, but also other jihadist groups, including Ahrar al-Sham and Jabhat al-Nusra, al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria,” writesNafeez Ahmed.

Still Report #540 – France Declares State of Economic Emergency

Published on Jan 20, 2016

Yesterday’s market action may well prove to be what’s called a “dead cat bounce”. In other words, after a big drop, the market always bounces a little bit before continuing down.

Well, this morning, markets in Europe are plunging again. The British, French, and German markets are all down by more than 3% by 6 am eastern. If the DOW were to follow suit, that would be the equivalent of a 500 point decline coming for today. Not good.
In France today, socialist President François Hollande announced that France was already in a state of “economic and social emergency.” He also said that rampaging fears about the worsening financial situation in Germany could topple the entire Eurozone.
Unemployment in France has surged to an 18-year high of 10.6%. In Germany, industrial production growth has slipped to 0%.
France seems to be sticking to the “inclusive” model, firmly burying there socialist-inclusive heads in the sand and hoping for the best.
President Hollande will now pay 2,000 Euros to any firm that employs a young, unemployed person for at least 6 months. However, Hollande reassured voters that France’s 35-hour work week is not on the table – just yet.
In Germany, the “head burying” continues apace, as 40 of her 256 Christian Democratic Union (CDU) MPs sent her a letter demanding change to her liberal refugee policy.
“We are on the verge of our country being overwhelmed.”
On the verge? They took in 1.1 million migrants last year – that’s 1 and a half percent of the entire population – a population that has been relatively stable for years. And guess what; there is a minimum of another one million enroute and two more million queued up on the Turkish border.
You can talk about lagging production and consumer confidence all you want to divert attention, but migrants are the central problem, and will be for years to come now. All nations had better face up to that problem – including the United States.
I’m still reporting from Washington. Good day.
Names: In loving memory of John & Kay Cunniff – the Bronx, NY – 1950s – their son, Kevin

The Religion of Peace? In 2015 99.6% of Suicide Bombers were Muslim



Tel Aviv University’s Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) has produced a report which may justify the liberals’ refusal to place the blame for terrorism on “radical Muslim.” After all, a grand total of TWO of the 452 suicide attacks world-wide in 2015 (or 0.44%) were conducted by non-Muslims.

The INSS produces an annual report on suicide bombings. According to the latest figures reported  in the Times of Israel, there were 150 fewer suicide attacks worldwide in 2015 thanreported in 2014  (452, down from 592), but those attacks were more deadly: 4,370 people killed in last year’s 452 attacks as compared with 4,400 people murdered in the 592 bombings in 2014. The 2013 figures were lower, 291 suicide bombings causing approximately 3,100 deaths.

ISIS, the group President Obama labeled as the JV team, was certainly varsity when it came to suicide bombings as they are credited with conducting 174 of 2015’s 452 suicide attacks.

The terrorists also seem to be getting more inclusive of women. In 2015, 124 women took part in suicide attacks, up 553% from 19 in 2014. And, more than a quarter (28%), at least 35 of the female attackers were children aged eight to eighteen.

The earlier reports did not include the number of bombings by Muslim terrorists vs. other radical groups, but the 2014 report does claim that Sunni Salafist jihadi groups “were responsible for most suicide bombings around the world”:

Since the start of the millennium, suicide attacks have become a common mode of operation for many terrorist groups around the world, particularly Sunni Salafist jihadi organizations affiliated with global jihad. For them, suicide attacks are not only an effective tactic for causing death and destruction and sowing terror; they are also a trademark and proof of the willingness of their operatives to sacrifice themselves for the sake of God (fi sabil Allah).

suicide bombersAccording to Yoram Schweitzer, who directs the INSS program on Terrorism and Low Intensity Conflict, INSS does not count every claim of a suicide attack in in their their reports.  It only counts those attacks it verifies by two sources as being suicide attacks.

“We do not count every claim of a suicide attack. In other words, it’s not enough if Islamic State claims a certain number of suicide attacks. Quite a few groups like to claim that they carried out suicide attacks to make themselves look more important and powerful. We always rely on at least two sources to determine that a suicide attack really did take place. Even then, every determination we make is always qualified because we can never be exact about the percentages, and certainly not in places like Syria.​

(…) “Then we come to another issue,” Schweitzer elaborated: “Which terror attacks we define as suicide attacks and which we do not. My own definition includes all terror attacks that were perpetrated by a suicide bomber who carried explosive material on his person or on a mobile platform. They are planted inside or sent to the targets, and their certain deaths define them as suicides. In other words, the definition does not include ‘sacrifice’ attacks of various kinds, or people wielding knives or scissors.”

It also doesn’t count an attack conducted by a number of attackers more than once. For example, “we consider the terror attack that took place in Paris two months ago as a single attack, even though there were seven suicide terrorists,” INSS says.

Oh, and, of those two 2015 attacks that were not conducted by members of the “religion of peace,” one was carried out by the Kurdish underground. The other was perpetrated by a woman supporter of a leftist group in Turkey” – facts that, if given the opportunity, Pres. Obama would probably repeat over and over.

Trump on the face of Islam

Published on Jan 15, 2016

Commentary —

2016.01.14 Indonesia Jakarta 2 20 Five suicide bombers attack a shopping and restaurant district, managing to kill only two innocents.

2016.01.13 Cameroon Kolofata 10 11 Two female suicide bombers detonate at a rival mosque, taking out ten worshippers.

2016.01.13 Pakistan Quetta 15 24 A Shahid suicide bomber slaughters fifteen people at a polio clinic.

2016.01.12 Turkey Istanbul 11 15 A Syrian ‘refugee’ with a suicide vest self-detonates in a bustling tourist area, slaughtering ten bystanders, including eight Germans.

2016.01.12 Iraq Diyala 2 0 Two journalists are shot to death by terrorists.

2016.01.11 Iraq Muqdadiya 23 51 Two dozen Iraqis are torn limb from limb by a couple of well-placed bombs at a crowded coffee shop.

2016.01.11 Afghanistan Khost 3 8 Fundamentalists fire a rocket into a secondary school, killing three pupils.

2016.01.11 Iraq Baghdad 18 50 Religious radicals stage a suicide assault on a shopping mall, killing at least eighteen innocents with bombs and bullets.

2016.01.11 Syria Aleppo 3 2 Three children are disassembled by a Sunni rocket.

2016.01.10 Syria Faisaliyah 5 0 The Islamic State lines up and crushes five civilians under a bulldozer for the crime of ‘apostasy’

2016.01.10 Nigeria Madagali 7 0 Seven villagers are beheaded by Sharia proponents.

2016.01.09 Pakistan Rahim Yar Khan 2 0 Two women are ‘honor-killed’ by their families for alleged sexual behavior.

The ONLY sane candidate

Islam is a theocracy that insists on its own way.

So refreshing to hear some common sense!