The (former) Archbishop Amil Nona of Mosul said something we should conider.

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"Our sufferings today are the prelude of those you, Europeans and Western Christians, will also suffer in the near future. I lost my diocese. The physical setting of my apostolate has been occupied by Islamic radicals who want us converted or dead. But my community is still alive.

Please, try to understand us. Your liberal and democratic principles are worth nothing here. You must consider again our reality in the Middle East, because you are welcoming in your countries an ever growing number of Muslims. Also you are in danger. You must take strong and courageous decisions, even at the cost of contradicting your principles. You think all men are equal, but that is not true: Islam does not say that all men are equal. Your values are not their values. If you do not understand this soon enough, you will become the victims of the enemy you have welcomed in your home."
 

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ISIS executioner executed...

Isis executioner killed by assassins in occupied Iraqi city of Mosul
March 27, 2016 - A senior Islamic State (Isis) commander who reportedly carried out executions personally has been shot dead by a mysterious team of assassins in the occupied Iraqi city of Mosul, according to a Kurdish official.
The man, who was known as Abu Furqan al-Misry, was killed by "unidentified gunmen" using guns with silencers in the city, which was taken by Isis (Daesh) in June 2014, according to the official. His death was the latest in a number of assassinations of IS figures in the area in the past year, the Iraqi news agency Ahlulbayt reported. It added that the identities of those responsible for the killings were unknown. The Iraqi government has recently stepped up efforts to retake Mosul, once a city of 2.5 million people with a significant population of Kurdish, Yazidi and other ethnic minorities, in a move that may have sparked increase resistance within the city. IS has been accused of acts of genocide against the Yazidis.

Ismat Rajab, a Kurdish official in Nineveh province, told Kurdish News that al-Misry, a notorious figure in the region, had been killed. "The Isis executioner, Abu Furqan al-Misry, was shot dead by unidentified gunmen using silent firearms in Mosul downtown," he said. In February, last year, another senior IS commander, known as Abu Dajana Saudi, and two militants were killed after the convoy they were travelling in came under fire from unknown assassins, the Kurdish Rudaw media organisation reported. That came after IS commander Abu Anas Iraqi was shot dead in November 2014 while in his car. Ahlulbayt also reported that "several" IS militants were killed in clashes with an unknown group of gunmen in Mosul in November last year.

Meanwhile a Kurdish security source told the news agency that its forces had killed four IS suicide bombers as they tried to launch an attack about three miles south of Nineveh. "Military troops from the [army's] Fifteenth Division managed this morning to kill four suicide bombers driving four armoured vehicles in an attempt to get close to the military forces near the village of al-Khattab in the vicinity of Qayyarah," the source said. "The anti-armour missiles have achieved 100 per cent injury in the destruction of four targets."

Isis executioner killed by assassins in occupied Iraqi city of Mosul
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More US Troops Headed to Iraq in Push to Retake Mosul: Dunford
Mar 25, 2016 | Joint Chiefs Chairman Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford said Friday that he expected more U.S. troops would be sent to Iraq in the coming weeks to support an offensive to retake the ISIS stronghold in Mosul.
Dunford said that he and Defense Secretary Ashton Carter "both believe that there will be an increase in U.S. forces in Iraq in coming weeks, but that decision hasn't been made" yet by President Barack Obama. "We have a series of recommendations that we will be discussing with the president in the coming weeks to further enable our support for the Iraqi Security Forces," the chairman said. Dunford did not say how many additional troops would be deployed, and he refused to say how many were now in Iraq beyond stating that the number currently exceeded the authorized level of 3,870 approved by Obama and agreed to by the Baghdad government.

However, Dunford denied published reports that the number of U.S. troops now in Iraq exceeded 5,000. He echoed previous remarks by defense officials who said that troop levels routinely went above the authorized 3,870 as troop rotations overlapped and troops were sent to Iraq temporarily on special assignments. Dunford cited the deployment into Iraq of about 200 Marines from an artillery battery of the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, based aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge as an example of the type of support the Iraqi Security Forces will need to retake Mosul in northwestern Iraq.

The presence of the Marines and four 155mm howitzers at a forward outpost they named Firebase Bell near Makhmour, a projected staging area for the Mosul offensive about 60 miles southeast of the city, only became known when Marine Staff Sgt. Louis F. Cardin, 27, of Temecula, California, was killed there last Saturday by ISIS rocket fire. The Marines reportedly fired the howitzers Thursday in support of Iraqi troops involved in a clearing operation of several areas near Makhmour but Dunford repeatedly denied that the Marines and other additional troops he was seeking to deploy would be involved in ground combat and thus mark a new stage in the U.S. effort to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS.

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"Our sufferings today are the prelude of those you, Europeans and Western Christians, will also suffer in the near future. I lost my diocese. The physical setting of my apostolate has been occupied by Islamic radicals who want us converted or dead. But my community is still alive.

Please, try to understand us. Your liberal and democratic principles are worth nothing here. You must consider again our reality in the Middle East, because you are welcoming in your countries an ever growing number of Muslims. Also you are in danger. You must take strong and courageous decisions, even at the cost of contradicting your principles. You think all men are equal, but that is not true: Islam does not say that all men are equal. Your values are not their values. If you do not understand this soon enough, you will become the victims of the enemy you have welcomed in your home."





Hypocrite as you are pro islamonazi terrorist on another USMB section. So much so that you defend them killing children and using any means to win the war they started.
 

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Forget Mosul, focus needs to be shifted to gettin' Baghdad under control...

Never Mind Freeing Mosul, Iraq's Leaders Barely Control Baghdad
May 3, 2016 — Push to dislodge Islamic State is set back by political chaos; In Mosul, residents see no likelihood of liberation soon
Leaflets fluttered onto the rooftops and terraces of Mosul on a recent Sunday, bearing promises by Iraq’s government that its army was gearing up to recapture the northern city from Islamic State. The jihadist group, in charge in Mosul for almost two years, warned residents not to pick them up. Those who did were unlikely to be impressed anyway. The administration that’s promising liberation is struggling to exert control a few hundred meters from its seat of power in Baghdad.

The U.S. wants its local allies to deliver a knockout blow to Islamic State, and is sending more troops to Syria and Iraq to steel their resolve. A U.S. Navy SEAL advising Kurdish forces was killed north of Mosul on Tuesday, the third American soldier to die in combat with the militants in Iraq. Vice President Joe Biden, in the Iraqi capital last week, said he’d talked with Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi about plans to retake Mosul. Biden said he was “very optimistic.” Many city residents aren’t. The leaflets claimed “that Iraqi security forces are very close to saving us, and that we have to be ready,” a 31-year-old man who lives in Mosul said. “This isn’t the first time they’ve done that. It’s just another attempt to fool us.” Iraqis interviewed from Mosul have not been named to prevent retribution.
Parliament Revolt

The past weekend’s news from Baghdad justified the skepticism. In the latest blow to Abadi’s authority, protesters forced their way into the Green Zone, the secure complex in the heart of the capital that’s housed Iraq’s rulers since the U.S. invasion of 2003. Responding to widespread demonstrations against graft last summer, the prime minister unveiled a reform program, but change has been slow. His efforts to introduce a cabinet of technocrats have been stymied and his government brought to a standstill by a revolt in parliament. “Abadi is facing the most serious dilemma of his career, there are so many ticking bombs,” said Wathiq al-Hashimi, a Baghdad-based analyst. The political stalemate “will negatively impact the battle for Mosul and elsewhere.”

That means more waiting in Mosul, where conditions deteriorate daily. Residents who spoke by phone said families are burning through savings and selling jewelry to get by. They live in fear of U.S.-led coalition airstrikes as well as the brutality of Islamic State. And if a push to free the city does eventually get under way, they are concerned it will include Shiite Muslim militias with a history of violence against Sunnis, who now make up all of Mosul’s population after Christians and Shiites were forced out or killed.

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"Our sufferings today are the prelude of those you, Europeans and Western Christians, will also suffer in the near future. I lost my diocese. The physical setting of my apostolate has been occupied by Islamic radicals who want us converted or dead. But my community is still alive.

Please, try to understand us. Your liberal and democratic principles are worth nothing here. You must consider again our reality in the Middle East, because you are welcoming in your countries an ever growing number of Muslims. Also you are in danger. You must take strong and courageous decisions, even at the cost of contradicting your principles. You think all men are equal, but that is not true: Islam does not say that all men are equal. Your values are not their values. If you do not understand this soon enough, you will become the victims of the enemy you have welcomed in your home."






So you are now saying that Israel is doing the right thing in bombing the palestinian terrorists who are just the same as Daesh. That refusing to accept the hordes of islamonazi terrorists into Israel is a view the rest of the civilised world should be taking. Or are you just crawling to win more friends after showing yourself up elsewhere.
 

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What is needed is a large number of Europeans to rise up in arms and toss the Muslims out of their country and cast out those politicians who supported the influx of Muslims, as well. Once started, people across other European nations would follow. Sadly, I don't see anyone in Europe to have the courage to actually fight, only march up and down streets in protest and accomplish nothing.
 

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