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A bad day for a really bad wog

 

Another really bad wog has gone off to collect his 72 virgin goats:

Ayad al-Jumaili, the man believed to be the deputy of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has been killed in an air strike, according to Iraqi State TV, who were citing Iraqi military intelligence.

Jumaili was killed with other Islamic State commanders in a strike carried out by the Iraqi air force in the region of al-Qaim, near the border with Syria, the channel said, without giving the date of the raid. ? Read more »

At least one politician in our region realises there is a problem with Islamic terrorism

There is at least?one politician in our region that realises that there is a problem with Islamic terrorism…and that the problem is getting closer to home.

Shame it isn’t one of our politicians.

Julie Bishop has warned of the prospect of a new Islamic caliphate being declared in the southern Philippines following the return of foreign fighters from the war against Islamic State in the Middle East.

Speaking on Sky News, Ms Bishop argued this would bring the threat of Islamic State ?right to our doorstep? and said she raised the problem of foreign fighters returning to the Southeast Asian region at the Washington meeting of the coalition against IS last week.

Ms Bishop said the Trump administration used the meeting to convey their interest in intensifying the military campaign against IS in the Middle East and identified Syria as the next phase in the battle against the terror group. ? Read more »

I didn’t think the big fella could make himself look more ridiculous, but he’s done it

The last time Big Gerry Brownlee went to Iraq this was the image we all had to suffer through:

Gerry Brownlee and his custom tailored ballistic vest that cost three times the standard vest worn by Kiwi troops

I didn’t think he could look more ridiculous, but dang, the big fella has done it. ? Read more »

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Whoops, oh dear, can I put in an order for 144 virgins please?

Oh dear what a terrible shame. Kids these days blow up so fast!

A senior ISIS bomb expert accidentally blew himself and a fellow terrorist up as they attempted to plant roadside explosives.

The bungling Islamic State militant, nicknamed Abu Abdullah, died alongside his companion in the town of Shirqat, Iraq. ? Read more »

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A really bad day for a really bad wog

It is chop chop for the fat arsed Daesh executioner.

Islamic State’s chief executioner, who has beheaded more than 100 people, has been stabbed to death in an ambush in Iraq.

Nicknamed Abu Sayyaf, he was dubbed one of the terror groups scariest decapitators and was paraded in their sick videos for his huge frame.

He was also said to be leading ISIS in the Nineveh State, where he was killed by an unknown group who swarmed terrorist territory.? Read more »

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Victoria’s premier suffers “Voldemort effect” or worse as Christmas terror plot revealed

A terrorist plot to attack Melbourne on Christmas day has been foiled.

A PLOT to attack landmark sites in Melbourne?s CBD on Christmas Day has been foiled following a series of raids in Melbourne this morning, police say.

Commissioner Graham Ashton says there is evidence to suggest there were plans for an ?explosive act? which had the power to injure or kill a ?substantial? number of people in an area around Federation Square, St Paul?s Cathedral and Flinders St Station.

Seven people have been arrested, and five people remain in custody, after five properties in Gladstone Park, Flemington, Meadow Heights, Dallas and Campbellfield were raided.

Police believe there were also plans to use other weapons including knives and firearms, Mr Ashton said.

Mr Ashton said last night?s raids had ?neutralised? the threat.

ASIO and AFP officers, along with Victoria Police, had been monitoring a number of people across Melbourne.

Premier Daniel Andrews labelled the alleged plot an ?evil act? and ?not an act of faith?.

?Not acts of religious observance, not acts of faith … they?re anything but that,? Mr Andrews said.

Mr Ashton said those arrested were ?self-radicalised, but certainly inspired by ISIS propaganda?. ? Read more »

Bad day for a bad wog as SAS sniper scores a century

The Daily Mail reports:

An SAS sniper’s 100th hit killed the Islamic State chief during the battle for Mosul, it has been revealed.

The sniper, a veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, took out the ‘highly valued target’ as Iraqi special forces and teams of SAS troops probed the outskirts of the city.

According to Patrick Williams for the Daily Star Sunday, the terrorist was killed with a single bullet through his body armour.

A source told the paper: ‘The sniper had a two second window to shoot the IS commander.

‘He took the shot and the bullet almost cut the terrorist in half. ? Read more »

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Key: ISIS Kiwis are dead. No problem revoking their passports then

Hopefully this clown is dead.

Hopefully this clown is dead.

Great news, the Kiwi bad wogs who went off to war for Daesh didn’t make it.

Some of the five New Zealanders who went to Syria two years ago to fight with Islamic State rebels are dead, Prime Minister John Key says.

In November 2014 Mr Key said it was known five New Zealanders were in Syria fighting with IS, nine others had intended going but their passports were cancelled, and 40 were on a watchlist because of their involvement with or support for IS.

On Tuesday he was questioned by media about the fate or whereabouts of the five. ? Read more »

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It appears New Zealand has no idea of the exact number of Kiwi ISIS fighters

How many NZ based fighters are currently fighting with Daesh?

The government doesn’t really know. Even one is a concern, but it appears it may be way more than that…and they will coming home soon as Daesh collapses. Hopefully, many of them will die in the process of being defeated.

New Zealand has a “broad sense” of the number of Kiwis fighting with Islamic State and has monitoring in place in case they tried to return home, Prime Minister John Key says.

Key met with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on the weekend during her brief visit to Auckland.

Afterwards, Bishop told the Herald that about 110 Australians are fighting with isis in Iraq and Syria, and concern is turning to what to do with them if they survive and return home.

Isis was under increasing pressure, particularly because of the Mosul offensive, and there was a “high risk” that more foreign fighters would try and return to Australia, Bishop said. ? Read more »

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16 bag wogs have a really bad day

As the suicide bomber instructor said to his students, ‘now watch carefully I will only show you this once…’

A major terrorist attack by ISIS was foiled by a faulty explosive device before it had even began.

16 of their fighters, including senior figures, have reportedly been killed when the malfunctioning suicide vest went off in one of their meetings. ? Read more »

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