Wednesday, September 9, 2015




The British security service set up the Salafi sect of Islam in order to weaken the Moslem world.


ISIS is a Salafi terror group set up by the Western security services in order to kill Moslems and destroy much of the Moslem world.

In 2004, ISIS pledged allegiance to the CIA's al-Qaeda. 

In 2011, the CIA and its friends began the destruction of Syria.

ISIS, led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has been aiding the CIA and its friends in destroying Syria, and Iraq.

In 2014, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who is reportedly an agent of Mossad, proclaimed himself Caliph -successor to the Prophet Mohammed and rightful leader of all Muslims. 

The prophet Muhammad's mother was Aminah, who claimed to be descended from Abraham, and who was reportedly Jewish.MUHAMMAD WAS JEWISH

In June 10 2014, after a mere four days of fighting, ISIS captured Iraq's northern capital Mosul. 

According to Edward Mortimer, a fellow of Oxford's spooky All Souls College, the vast forces of the Iraqi state "simply melted away before about 1,300 ISIS fighters."

Caliph country: the rise of Isis -

It is presumed that the Iraqi army, trained by the USA and NATO, was taking its instructions from the CIA.

A number of spooky people have recently been writing books about ISIS.
Patrick Cockburn has written a book entitled: The Rise of Islamic State: ISIS and the New Sunni Revolution.

Cockburn reminds us that ISIS is Sunni and not Shia.

There is a belief that the Sunni Moslem rulers of Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf emirates have been instructed by the CIA and its friends to help ISIS.

Sami Moubayed has written Under the Black Flag: At the Frontier of the New Jihad.

He reminds us of "the blood-soaked history of relations between the (CIA's) Islamists and Assad's Ba'athists in Syria before 2011."

Abdel Bari Atwan has written Islamic State: The Digital Caliphate.

The spooky Atwan "interviewed the late Osama bin Laden at length, in Tora Bora in 1996". 

The spooky Jason Burke has written The New Threat from Islamic Militancy, and Andrew Hosken has written Empire of Fear: Inside the Islamic State.

All these authors hide the fact that the western security services have been using the Jihadis since at least the 18th century.

In the 18th-century, the 'crypto-Jew' Muhammad ibn Abd-al Wahhab allied with the 'crypto-Jew' Saud dynasty.

Reportedly, the CIA and its friends persuaded a number of former Saddam Hussein officials to work for Baghdadi. 

Saddam Hussein was put into power by the CIA and its friends.

Saddam worked for the CIA.
According to Edward Mortimer, a fellow of Oxford's spooky All Souls College:

"More and more, the whole Middle East is becoming a sectarian battleground, with Yemen now suffering almost as acutely as Syria, and the west being pulled in on the Sunni side, thus as a de facto ally of the jihadis."

If Israel is to get its Greater Israel it has to turn the Moslem Word into a bunch of rival sects all at war with each other.

Israel wants Moslems to kill each other, or move to Europe.

Jason Burke cites a survey by the US-based Pew Center showing that, in the five years before 2013, "almost everywhere in the Islamic world the view of Christians and Jews had become more negative". 

The percentage of people in Turkey who said they saw Christians favourably had fallen to 6%.

The following have been the tools of the CIA and its friends:
Mohammed Merah in Toulouse, 
Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in Boston, 
Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale in London, 
Saïd and Chérif Kouachi and Amedy Coulibaly in Paris.

The purpose of these characters is to promote the agenda of Israel, and its friends.

There has been a 500% rise in attacks on French mosques in the first quarter of 2015 from a year earlier.

Abdel Bari Atwan, in Islamic State: The Digital Caliphate, suggests that we should "talk to and negotiate with Islamic State (ISIS)."

According to Edward Mortimer, a fellow of Oxford's spooky All Souls College:

"Perhaps, eventually, we shall come to this, if ISIS decides that it needs a period of relatively peaceful consolidation, while on our side we come to see all-out war with ISIS as counterproductive." 

Well, of course.

ISIS works for us in the West.

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