Thursday, 30 July 2015

Mullah Omar- Photo by AP

Afghan Spokesman said that Taliban Leader died in 2013 in Pakistan, this news was broken by Afghan Spy Agency.

Under Omar's leadership, the Taliban offered safe haven to al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, precipitating the U.S. military action against Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan after the terror attacks of September 11, 2001.

According to sources from Afghanistan, ISIS wants to enter into Afghanistan after establishing its strong influence in Iraq and Syria. Therefore this terror group is in contact with local Taliban Leadership, who are joining ISIS group. 

Taliban group is no more strong now. 

The News from Afghan Agency raises questions about the leadership of the group that allied with al Qaeda, fought a war with the U.S. and is now divided over, some are joining ISIS.

We have destroyed the base of ISIS in Afghanistan, says Afghan Official

The remaining Taliban wants peace talk with Afghan Government. 

We can say that ISIS is going to emerge as new terror group in Afghanistan, Mullah Omar's death news will benefit ISIS as Taliban can get support from ISIS which is already organized terror group, after this news local terror group can join ISIS, or declared them as ISIS Afghanistan wing. 

The U.S. combat mission in Afghanistan ended last year, leaving the Afghan military to lead the fight against the Taliban. The thousands of NATO troops that remain in Afghanistan are there in a training and support role.

The U.S. government offered a reward of up to $10 million for information leading to Omar's capture.

There are about 10,000 American troops in Afghanistan and US President B.Obama has said there would be no more than about 1,000 by the end of 2016.

Malik Ishaq-Leader of Pakistan militant group

Malik Ishaq, Chief of banned sectarian militant group, his two sons and 11 attackers were killed in an alleged exchange of fire with police, reported by state television.

The encounter appears to have taken place as militants attacked security forces and tried to free Ishaq who was killed in the ensuing exchange of fire, security sources say.

Some people believe that it was a "FAKE Encounter" but this move has come as Pakistan is pushing for normalization in Afghanistan and major Chinese funding for an economic corridor connecting China to the Arabian Sea. 

He was wanted in hundreds of sectarian killings but government prosecutors always failed to bring sufficient evidence to get him convicted in a court.

The previous LeJ chief, Riaz Basra, was killed in a similar "encounter" with police in 2002.

A large amount of weapons and ammunition was recovered from militants. 

Ishaq was also accused of masterminding, from behind bars, the 2009 attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore, which wounded seven players and an assistant coach, and killed eight Pakistanis.

Monday, 27 July 2015

Nineteen-year-old from Melbourne pleads guilty to 19 charges over importation of more than 200 weapons but will stand trial on three summary charges.

A Melbourne teenager arrested during anti-terrorism raids which allegedly foiled an Anzac Day attack has pleaded guilty.

Mehran Azami, 19, of Narre Warren faced the Victorian county court on Monday accused of importing more than 200 weapons, including flick knives and stun guns designed to look like iPhones.

The Operation Rising raids also collected two other men, aged 18, who have been charged with conspiring to commit an act of terror.
Police alleged Azami was importing weapons for the pair “as part of their pursuits prior to and up to Anzac Day”.
US President, photo by Yahoo News

Addis Ababa : United States President, Barrak Obama visited Ethiopia, talked on Terrorism & human rights and economic co-operation. Obama is first ever US President to visit Ethiopia.

According to state News Agency,  Barack Obama in talks with its premier said that the fight against  militants requires more, also Ethiopia need to boost business ties. 

Barack Obama warned that more must be done to improve democracy in Ethiopia which is often criticised for its record on human rights.

“Our security cooperation is pushing back against violent extremism,” Obama told reporters.

“Ethiopia faces serious threats and its contribution to the African Union mission in Somalia has reduced areas under al-Shabaab control but as the prime minister noted, yesterday’s bombing in Mogadishu reminds us that terrorist groups like al-Shabaab offer nothing but death and destruction and have to be stopped.” Euro News reported.

“The US is Ethiopia’s strategic partner in many fields and a steady flow of quality investment from the United States – as much as we crave it…has often been in short supply, “Desalegn told a joint news conference.

Sunday, 26 July 2015

Adam Brookman. Photo by fars News

Adam Brookman, Australian nurse accused of working for Islamic State in Syria has been charged with terrorism related offences in Melbourne, reported by state news agency.

Adam Brookman was extradited to Victoria to face court after being arrested at Sydney airport. He was charged for having links with terrorist organization Islamic State (IS). 

Court documents outline one charge relates to Brookman knowingly providing support to Islamic State by undertaking guard duty and reconnaissance between April 2010 and August 2014.

It is alleged that support would help the group “prepare or foster” a terrorist act.

The second charge relates to undertaking the guard duty and reconnaissance with the intention of supporting Isis.

Brookman arrived in Melbourne late on Saturday afternoon and was taken to the Melbourne custody centre.

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TURKEY : Turkey started operation against terrorists, arrested around 600 people in a link with Islamic State (ISIS) and Kurdistan Worker Party (PKK).

According to the State News Agency, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said, "Turkey's antiterrorism operation against ISIS and other militant targets is not over, Turkish forces arrested nearly 600 terror suspects, bombed ISIS positions in northern Iraq and rounded up Kurdish militants in a daylong operation.

In the operation conducted by the Turkish Air Force, five PKK camps in Zap, Basyan, Gare, Avashin and Metina in northern Iraq were targeted. PKK training facilities, shelters and anti-aircraft batteries were kept in the five camps. The PKK headquarters located in the Qandil Mountains in northern Iraq were also reportedly hit in the attacks, reported by state news agency.

The group PKK is considered a terrorist organization by the United States and European Union and Turkey but PKK militants have come to the aid of Kurdish Peshmerga fighters who have been fighting ISIS in northern Iraq.

PKK also enjoying the secret support from Iran.

The Turkish airstrikes on ISIS coincided with ground troops targeting PKK militants in shelters, depots and caves around mountainous areas near the Iraq border.

This week the U.S. reached a tentative agreement with Turkey to increase U.S. and coalition access to Turkish air bases.

"We attach great importance to our cooperation with the U.S. and believe that it will result in an effective fight against the ISIS threat," Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said. CNN reported
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WASHINGTON : United States strongly condemned the PKK's recent terrorist attacks and called on the organization to renounce terrorism and re-engage in peace talks with Turkey in a statement released from White House.

Statement was issued just after the Turkish Air strikes against militants of Islamic State (IS) and PKK (Kurdistan Workers Party) in Iraq and Syria. 

U.S. still designates the PKK as a terrorist organization and respects its NATO ally's(Turkey)  right to self-defense.

The Kurdistan Worker Party (PKK) was formed in 1978 and has been fighting the Turkish government for an independent state. The group then shifted its goal to autonomy in predominately Kurdish inhabited regions of Turkey. 

The PKK group is designated as a terrorist organization by the United States, European Union and Turkey.

One of High ranking U.S. official commented on Turkey's military operation against the PKK, writing on Twitter, a social website, that there was no connection between the airstrikes and the recent understanding to intensify U.S.-Turkish cooperation against ISIS.

United States assured that they will fight till the end of terrorism and need cooperation from the rest of world. 

Saturday, 25 July 2015

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SYRIA : Turkey has carried out its first ever strike against Islamic State. Turkish fighter jets have struck Islamic State targets in Syria as the country deployed military force for the first time against the terrorist group.

The office of the acting Prime Minister, Ahmet Davutoğlu, said Turkish F-16 warplanes based in Diyarbakır had attacked three ISIS targets with guided bombs at dawn on Friday, including what it described as the group’s headquarters and an assembly point. Nine Isis fighters were killed and 12 injured in the attacks, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

It is first ever military action by Turkey against Islamic State. This military action might be a response to recent ISIS attack near Turkey's border. 

Late on Friday, local broadcaster NTV reported that Turkish fighter jets had re-entered Syrian airspace to launch a further attack on ISIS targets as night fell.

A Turkish official could not confirm the report of the evening attack, although another broadcaster, CNN Turk, also reported that jets had again entered Syrian airspace.

Turkey is also to allow the US-led coalition to use its Incirlik airbase and other bases in the south of the country to conduct strikes against terrorist organization Isis, the foreign ministry said on Friday. 

The announcement marks a reversal of policy that follows a cross-border attack by the militants that killed a Turkish soldier, and a suicide bombing this week that killed 32 people in the southern province of Suruç, just a few miles from the Syrian border.

Davutoğlu said on Friday that the detention of almost 300 people linked to Isis and the Kurdistan Workers’ party (PKK) in raids across the country was just the beginning of a wider operation.

A woman grieves as she lay flowers at the beach in Tunisia , Photo CREDIT: JEFF J MITCHELL

The Tunisian parliament has adopted a new "anti-terror" law aimed at beefing up authorities' powers following recent deadly attacks claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group, state news agency reported

According to details, Tunisian Paliament spend three days in debate over terrorism issue, the law was adopted late on Friday night, with 172 members of parliament voting in favour and ten abstentions.

The new laws impose the death penalty as a possible sentence for a range of "terror" offences and will allow authorities to detain terror suspects for up to 15 days without access to a lawyer. 

State of emergency declared in Tunisia
The president of the parliamentary assembly, Mohamed Ennaceur, called the passing of the law a "historic" moment and said it would "reassure" the nation's citizens.

The new legislation comes after a gunman massacred 38 tourists on a Tunisian beach in an attack in Sousse claimed by ISIL on June 26.

In March, an attack on the Bardo museum in the Tunis that was also claimed by ISIL left 21 tourists dead.
Syrian Army, Photo by Syrian Times

SYRIA :  Syrian Army has killed scores of ISIS terrorists in Daraa, Idlib  and Lattakia countryside, repelling their attack on Bouthaina hill in Sweida, reported by state news agency.

According to a military source, an army unit in cooperation with popular defense groups repelled ISIS terrorists' attack on Bouthaina hill in the northeastern countryside of Sweida, killing many terrorists.

More terrorists affiliated to the al-Nusra Front and allied groups were eliminated during a series of operations carried out by army units in and outside Daraa.

The official news agency (SANA) reported that army units mowed down many of al-Nusra Front terrorists, who were infiltrated from Daraa al-Balad into Daraa al-Mahatta, and pounded several hideouts of al-Nusra Front and the so-called the 'al-Mothanna Movement' near Bosra square in Daraa al-Balad.

A rocket launcher belonging to terrorist organizations was destroyed south of Tafas town in Daraa countryside, a military source confirmed.

Last night, army units killed over 40 terrorists in various areas in Daraa countryside. reported state news agency.

Monday, 20 July 2015

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At least 28 people have died and 100 injured in the result of explosion at a rally in the southwestern Turkish town of Suruc, on the border with Syria, Turkey’s Interior Ministry said.

The ministry said the blast was a result of a terrorist attack, but no one has yet claimed responsibility, but ISIS involvement could not be ignored, according to CNN Turk.

“Our security forces took all necessary measures to ensure the safety of our citizens,” the ministry said in a statement.

“We condemn those who carried out this treacherous attack targeting peace and tranquility in our country,” the ministry said.

The governor of Sanliurfa Province, Izzettin Kucuk, said it was likely a suicide attack, the BBC reported.
Senior government officials told both the AP and Reuters that early indications suggested ISIS were behind the attack.

The attack took place in Amara Central Park in Suruc, a short way across the border from the conflict-hit Syrian city of Kobane, which has been the scene of intense battles between ISIS militants and Kurdish forces.

Sunday, 19 July 2015

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China has deported a group of 20 foreign tourists from Great Britain, South Africa and India for watching video clips that allegedly advocated terrorism and religious extremism, the official state media reported.

Some of the tourists were only watching a documentary about the 13th century Mongol leader Genghis Khan.

Xinhua news agency said that the foreigners watched an unspecified documentary in a hotel room and later some of them watched video clips that advocated terrorism in the border region of Inner Mongolia. The foreigners said it was a misunderstanding.

The news agency cited the foreign affairs office of Ordos city, where police had stopped the 10 tourists from South Africa, 9 from UK and one Indian as they were going to fly to Xi'an, home of the ancient terracotta warriors sculptures and their next stop on a 47-day tour of the country.

Britain's Press Association reported that the documentary was a BBC production on Genghis Khan, citing a statement from two of the British tourists, husband and wife Hoosain and Tahira Jacobs. They said that the video "may have mistakenly been deemed as propaganda material".

The Jacobs also said that the group was a mixture of Muslims, Christians and Hindus who had travelled together in the past, including Israel and the United States. They had visited the Genghis Khan Mausoleum in Ordos the day before they were stopped at the airport.

Xinhua said that the foreigners were criminally detained in connection with a law that "stipulates punishment for allegedly organising, leading or joining terrorist groups".

NICOSIA: Al Qaeda's North African branch said it killed 14 Algerian soldiers in an ambush southwest of the Algerian capital, the deadliest attack on the army in over a year.

The El Khaber newspaper, citing security sources, reported earlier in the day that troops were killed by a terrorist group on the road to Tifran, a wooded area in the south of Ain Defla province, 140 kilometers from the capital.

Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) claimed the attack in an unverified statement posted online late on Saturday night.

“The knights of Islam have, on the first night of Eid killed 14 soldiers in an ambush on an army platoon in the area of Djebel Louh,” it said, adding that the attackers managed to escape unharmed after seizing the dead troops' weapons.

The defence ministry has made no official statement on the attack, but the news was widely circulated on social media and some facebook users posted pictures of alleged victims.

The ministry of defence said in a statement that 102 militants were killed, captured or surrendered to security forces in the first half of 2015.

The Ain Defla region was considered a hub for militant groups during the 1990s, but there has been a drop in militancy in Algeria in recent years.

Saturday, 18 July 2015

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MODESTO, California  - Five people were found dead in a house in California, according to Police Authorities

According to details, Police authorities said that someone called them to check on the people inside a house, where they found five dead bodies. 
Authorities is searching for evidences, whether it is murder case or suicide. 

Modesto is located in the state's Central Valley.

Police Authorities denied to provide any further details as investigation is in process. They said that they had no immediate information on the victims and circumstances of the deaths.

Authorities had yet to release the names, relationships or causes of death of any of the victims.
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Statement issued by Saudi Arabian Interior ministry said that they have arrested 431 people suspected of belonging to Islamic State. 

According to details, the arrested people were also involved in bombing on mosques, diplomatic missions and government officials. Proofs of having strong link with Islamic State were also found.

"The number arrested to date is 431, most of them citizens, in addition to participants from other nationalities ... six successive suicide operations which targeted mosques in the Eastern province on every Friday timed with assassinations of security men were thwarted," the statement posted on the official news agency SPA said.
The news agency further said, "Terrorist plots to target a diplomatic mission, security and government facilities in Sharurah province and the assassination of security men were thwarted," 

Photo courtesy : RIP Martyrs of Peshawar Facebook Page

Islamabad celebrated their eid in name of Martyrs of Peshawar attack , who lost their lives in Army-run school. 

Pakistan's Lawmaker Senator Sehar Kamran in a statement said that we must not forget the innocent souls, who lost their lives as a result of the barbaric terrorist attack that was the terrible catalyst uniting the nation in the face of terrorism. She highlighted that the security situation in Pakistan has improved as a result of the ongoing operation against Terrorism in state-run tribal areas. 
She added our prayers are with all those who are serving in the battlefield against terrorism.

On 16 December 2014, seven or eight gunmen affiliated with the terror group Tehreek-i-Taliban (TTP) conducted a terrorist attack on Army-run school in Peshawar. The militants entered the school and opened fire on school staff and children killing 150 people, including 132 schoolchildren, ranging between eight and eighteen years of age.This was worst ever terrorist attack in the history of Pakistan. Whole world, specially United States offered their support against terrorists.

Friday, 17 July 2015

Terrorism ????

Use of violence and threats to intimidate public, by creating fear. Terrorism has ruined the peace of world in last few years. Sometimes it is said that some extremists religious group are involved in Terrorism but actually it is not True. Terrorism has no link with religion except some very rare cases.
Terrorism is mainly for political gains. It can be a cold war between two countries because no terrorist group itself survive unless they have huge funding as well as supply of arms.

Our era is known as the "Age of Terror"

Hundred and Thousands of innocent people have lost their lives, because of Terrorism, many people still suffering, around the globe.
After the 9/11 attacks in 2001, the United States suffered its worst terrorist attack ever, killing many innocents and since then, people around the globe have lived under the shadow of atrocities. 
After that attack, United States (U.S.) invaded Afghanistan and Iraq, declared war against the same Al-Qaeda whom they used for their political gains against Russian Invasion on Afghanistan.
President Reagan meeting withAfghan Mujahideen leaders in the Oval Office in 1983
Pic by WikiMedia
Al-Qaeda ,Taliban was a top militant group against which U.S and Allies declared war. U.S and The countries that joined War against Terrorism facing worse terrorist attacks,specially Iraq followed by Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria, Syria, India, Somalia,Yemen, and Thailand.
Many countries are victims of Terrorism, killing their citizens, destroying their economies, these countries are fighting against terrorism, we salute their sacrifices for establishing peace in the world.
Number of failed, foiled or successful terrorist attacks by year and type within the European Union. Source: Europol.
The truth is terrorism is a rare problem, it has destroyed the world's Peace. Only solution is to fight against Terrorism until it finishes. 

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LONDON : British Premier David Cameron gives green signal for the launch of SAS Operation, RAF Air strikes and Drone attacks against the militant group ISIS.

The fight against ISIS will be intensified with a sharp increase in SAS operations, drone missions and RAF strikes on militants in Iraq and Syria from UK forces. 

The reason for latest operation is ISIS has become firm in both states and want to export their influence in other countries also. 
RAF Tornados and unarmed Reaper drones have flown more than 1,000 missions in Iraq and Syria and struck more than 300 targets in Iraq since September as part of a US-led coalition.
Mr David Cameron has told military top brass he wants them to escalate the action in the two countries and to prioritize special forces and “counter-terrorist capabilities” in defense spending plans for the rest of the decade, to be published in the autumn.
SAS missions could be operated from Britain’s largest-ever warship, HMS Queen Elizabeth. The aircraft carrier, which will also be adapted to launch drone flights, is due to be launched next year.
Prime Minister’s move makes clear that he wants much of the extra cash to be focused on combating the evolving threat from terrorism, increasing defense budget to 2 percent of GDP. 

Original Story appears here : The Independent

B. Obama, Pic by Washington Post

WASHINGTON DC : U.S President Barrak Obama said, "The Syrian civil war will not be resolved without the support of Iran, Russia, and other nations that are always against United States.

While addressing press conference at White House, President Obama said that they want peaceful solution of Syrian Civilian War, while limiting the terrorist group ISIS activities. 

He said, 'It’s not the job of the U.S. president to solve every problem in the Middle East".

He said that Russia is main threat to US national security but they will welcome them too, to be part of this peace mission. 
Obama recognized that Tehran “has influence in Iraq” and could be helpful in fighting ISIS, even without “formal” coordination with the U.S.
Recently UK also gave green signal for extending Operations and air strikes on ISIS.
Read About it : 

UK to launch operation and strikes on ISIS in Iraq and Syria

Obama listed three of his goals for the Middle East by the time he leaves office. 

  1. Progress in the fight against ISIS, 
  2. Stabilization of the ongoing violence in Syria  
  3. Reduction of sectarian tensions in Iraq 

Courtesy : CBS News

CHATTANOOGA - A gunman unleashed a barrage of gunfire at two military facilities in Tennessee, killing four Marines and wounding two other service members and a police officer

24-year-old Muhammad Yousaf Abdulaziz, shooting suspect was also killed. According to a U.S. law enforcement source, suspect was born in Kuwait and came to the United States in 1996.
FBI Special Agent in Charge Ed Reinhold said,"We're going to do an intense look at him to see what his connections are," We'll look at his friends, family, associates -- anybody who is associated with him to determine the cause or the reason why he conducted this attack."

U.S. Attorney Bill Killian said officials were treating the attacks as an "act of domestic terrorism".

President Barack Obama ordered investigation of this sad demise. He said that He is in contact with Pentagon to make sure military installations are being vigilant.

In a statement, Pentagon spokesman Col. Steve Warren addressed security measures at recruiting facilities around the country:  
                                        "We have our recruiting centers set up in places easily accessible to the public. For example, a strip mall. So security there is not what you'd see at a Ft. Bragg, a Norfolk Naval Air Station or at Quantico. So this is something we have to face. Security is not as extensive as it would be at a major installation. This is because we have to be in contact with the American public. We're continuing to look into this incident, working very closely with both federal and local law enforcement agencies to determine exactly what happened and if we need to make any adjustments."

Original Post Appear Here : CBS News

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KABUL : Local Leaders who have strong link with ISIS Terrorist group has been in killed in recent air strikes of U.S Air Force, claimed by Afghan officials.

According to Afghanistan, ISIS wants to enter into Afghanistan after its strong influence in Iraq and Syria. Therefore this terror group is in contact with local Taliban Leadership, who are joining ISIS group. 

Mostly Al-Qaida Leaders and Local Talibans are inspired by ISIS. The Leadership of Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan (TTP) group who ran away to Afghanistan after Pakistan’s Military Operation against Terrorism, are also joining the Islamic State.

Abdul Hassib Sediqi, a spokesman for Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security said,” With the killings high-profile figures of ISIS in Afghanistan, we have destroyed the base of ISIS”.

However, Sediqi offered no photographs or other evidence to show the strikes killed the Islamic State affiliate's top leaders.

NATO officials declined to immediately comment on the claim, saying they would issue a statement later.

Officials said that rise of even a small ISIS affiliate could further destabilize the region and complicate U.S. and Allies efforts to end the 13-year Afghan war.