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How to become a monster like ISIS in 5 easy steps

Are you able to behead a person? I mean cut his head of with a knife, sharp or not? Are you able to rape a woman and maybe bury her, but she is not dead yet. Or maybe you are in the mood to cut a child in half? Or maybe you like cutting someones fingers off? What do you say, castrate the man? Or cut out his heart and hold it in your hand for all to see? Do all of those things and you feel great doing it? ...
Mongolian Empire of death

Mongolian Empire of death

Basically, the Mongols wiped out everyone from urban areas, unless they submitted to the Mongols. They had the choice between joining or dieing. In addition to these tactics, their speed of expansion was facilitated by military hardiness, military skill, meritocracy, and discipline. They managed to create the largest contiguous land empire in the known human history and to wipe out more then 50 million people! ...

Caliphate, the Islamic State (ISIS), has everything to do with Islam!

Is Islam tolerant, does it promote love, equality, racial equality? No, it doesn't. It's a religion, which promotes hate, brutal murder, revenge, slavery, killing of non-believers, suppression of women and minorities, accepted and promoted pedophilia, mechanism for war and oppression, doesn't support education, promotes lying and cheating, and who knows what more. It's a religion, - when truly followed like a real Muslim, according the Koran - which forces a citizen of a country only to live by the Islamic law and to disobey regular (National and local) law.
This article I describe what Islam actually is and why people (like Obama) claim that it is a religion supports religious tolerance and racial equality. One thing I can already tell, the truth is in the way how he words those statements. He forgets to mention that this only applies for fellow Muslims! ...

Conflict of Civilizations?

Clashing of civilizations is nothing new. What happens now happened before thousands of times, except in an other jacket and with more people! ...
How a normal person can behead another person

How a normal person can behead another person

This article is about normal people, who are not able to hurt a fly, and 'suddenly' they will be able to perform the worst horrifying act. Just like the many foreigners who join the ISIS, the people who joining the terrorist organizations. ...

Lessons in Suffering 1

War. The extension of diplomacy, where soldiers fight a conflict instead of diplomats. A war can't end without diplomats. A war can start many times without diplomats though, especially when started by ruthless people, like Hitler. What is war? Look it up in an encyclopedia if you want to know. What is more interesting is what war does to human life. This article tries to describe the effects of war on human life and it's heavy reading. You are being warned. ...

Lessons in Suffering 2

Other factors are the lessons of the last two World Wars are in the process to be forgotten! People start to get immune by the constant repetitions, education is becoming bad and the new generations do not associate with the past and most of the old surviving soldiers died of old age. Human suffering is for the new generations something they can see on TV and internet. With the new weapons, they dream about using it and show their superiority over others. New military leaders are now scientific educated individuals, who see war as an exercise. They are extremely able professionals. ...

Illiteracy rate for Arab populations ranges between 50% to 90%!

If you can imagine, the illiteracy rate for Arab populations throughout the world ranges between 50% to 90%! If you ask a Palestinian man what is a war crime, he response with "Israel!". What it really means he has no idea. If you ask a man in Syria where is England located, he has no idea. When you ask an Iraqi woman where the US is located, she promptly responds with "Satan! Devil!" And then is everyone trying to figure out why so many Muslims are involved in terrorist activities. In this time of the globalization, there is no place of illiteracy! ...
The failure of the global military intelligence

The failure of the global military intelligence

The major powers in the world owns an enormous battery of equipment, that can determine a license plate of any car in the world. They know exactly where each tank, each airplane and each ship is in China, Russia, all over the world ... except in Iraq and Syria.The American government and intelligence agencies react confused, astonished and bewildered, in public, that they have no idea who is what and where in the ISIS controlled areas. The reasons why they can't see in Syria and Iraq is because they don't have any working intelligence assets on the ground. What is worrying though is, that the intelligence community has no alternatives and don't know exactly what to do about it. ...

Islam Versus The World

Hundreds of millions of Muslims all over the world are nominal Muslims. With other words, they take Islam not serious, they don't intent to kill apostates. Certain things they might take serious, like it's forbidden to eat pork, and many Muslims like to see their children marry Muslims if possible. ...

Extremism

If you go to an encyclopedia and lookup Extremism, you can read it like the following:
"Extremism is an ideology (particularly in politics or religion), considered to be far outside the mainstream attitudes of a society or to violate common moral standards." In the words of my twelve year old daughter, "everything what is too much or too less". ...

Iran

Iran is the second-largest nation in the Middle East and the 18th-largest in the world; with 78.4 million people living there. Iran is home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations , beginning with the formation of the Proto-Elamite and Elamite kingdom in 3200–2800 BC. Following a coup d’état instigated by the UK and the … Iran Read More » ...

Palestinian Exodus in 1948

What happened when the Israeli state was created in 1948. Were the Palestinians forcefully removed from Israel or not? Here you can read the actual answer. At the end of the article you can read my conclusion. Palestinian refugees in 1947 Let’s start with some factual information. There is no discussion possible about those facts, … Palestinian Exodus in 1948 Read More » ...
The Rise of Middle East Extremism, Part III

The Rise of Middle East Extremism, Part III

At this moment, the conflict is being contained in a few countries, like Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Libya.
In Lebanon there is still a government, but dominated by the Shi'ite flavored Syrian government, with Sunni and Shi'ite populations and Shi'ite extremist groups like Hezbollah, which is actively supported by Iran. Lebanon is looking wearily at the approaching ISIS and the incursions of Sunni insurgents in their territory. Iran and Saudi Arabia are providing military and financial support with the US in order to defends itself against the expected ISIS hordes. ...

The Rise of Middle East Extremism, Part II

It is extremely unlikely that the ISIS can be destroyed by only opposing it by air force only. It is unlikely that the ISIS will be contained by air force only. There is a stream of people, who want to join the ISIS, from all over the world. The ISIS, a Sunni Muslim group, has large support in Iraq. It's governing a territory with the size like Great Britain, and administers about 8 million people, mainly Sunni Muslims.
In Iraq, ISIS means the answer of the Iraqi State support oppression from the Shi'ites. For the Muslim world, the Islamic State means the expansion of Islam and the successful Sunni Muslim battle against the Shi'ite Muslims, and the failing campaigns of the American led international coalition against ISIS. ...

The Rise of Middle East Extremism, Part I

Currently, many countries in the Middle East are in serious trouble, and the main reason is the decreasing price of the oil, the conflict between Sunni and Shi'ite Muslims and the existence of Daesh and the Islamic State, covering large parts of Iraq and Syria. The decreasing price of oil means for many, still stable Middle Eastern countries, economical problems. ...
The Dark Internet

The Dark Internet

The Dark Internet has also other names. A more proper name is "The Hidden Internet". The Dark Internet is nothing else then a part of the Internet, which is not being indexed by the search engines like Google, Yahoo and others. Hence the name Hidden Internet. And the hidden Internet is much bigger then the Internet, which is known by the search engines. Actually, the hidden Internet is 10 times bigger then the known Internet. This number is not an actual fact, but an educated guess. Honestly, nobody knows it size. ...

Why do Muslims hate the US and westerns so much?

Countries like Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and Lebanon are in (political and social) chaos. The reason is the despair against corrupted rulers, who are kept in power by mainly western countries, with the US as the frontrunner. The populations of those Muslim countries hate the fact that western countries … Why do Muslims hate the US and westerns so much? Read More » ...

Is Obama Dark Lord Voldemort or Dobby, the House Elf?

Two years to go before President Obama will be replaced as president. That’s a long time and who knows what will happen. At the moment, I’ve a question. Does Obama looks like Voldemort or Dobby, characters from the Harry Potter universe? Voldemort is the evil Dark Lord and Dobby is the little house elf with … Is Obama Dark Lord Voldemort or Dobby, the House Elf? Read More » ...

Sharia or Islamic Law

I wrote in a previous article about Sharia, but this time I will go more in detail describing the Sharia. The Sharia is the moral code or religious law of a prophetic religion, and is largely associated with Islam. Sharia deals with various subjects like: crime, politics, economics, personal matters like sexual intercourse, hygiene, diet, … Sharia or Islamic Law Read More » ...

Learn our lessons from World War I? No!

This article describes the World War I, politics, League of Nations, United Nations and the continuation of wars and conflicts. Did the world learned its lesson from the WW1? Many tried with the creation of League of Nations and United Nations, but the conflicts and wars are growing. The UN as organization is an absolute failure. The world as we know is slowly sinking in a pool of violence, genocide, war and passivity. ...

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