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  • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 10:31 pm on July 8, 2015 Permalink |
    Tags: BOSNIA, genocides, massacres, MUSLIMS, Srebrenica   



    Gravestones at the Potočari genocide memorial near Srebrenica(BOSNIA). Around 8,000 Bosniak【BOSNIAN MUSLIM//MUSLIMS】 men and boys were killed by the units of the Bosnian Serb Army <<< COMPOSED CHIEFLY BY CHRISTIANS >>> during the Srebrenica massacre in July 1995.





    Theodor Meron, the presiding judge of the Appeals Chamber, stated:

    By seeking to eliminate a part of the Bosnian Muslims, the Bosnian Serb forces committed genocide. They targeted for extinction the 40,000 Bosnian Muslims living in Srebrenica, a group which was emblematic of the Bosnian Muslims in general. They stripped all the male Muslim prisoners, military and civilian, elderly and young, of their personal belongings and identification, and deliberately and methodically killed them solely on the basis of their identity.[281]

    In February 2007 the International Court of Justice (ICJ) concurred with the ICTY judgement, stating:

    The Court concludes that the acts committed at Srebrenica falling within Article II (a) and (b) of the Convention were committed with the specific intent to destroy in part the group of the Muslims of Bosnia and Herzegovina as such; and accordingly that these were acts of genocide, committed by members of the VRS in and around Srebrenica from about 13 July 1995.[282]

    According to the UK-based Bosnian Institute:

    To say that genocide took place ‘only’ in Srebrenica in July 1995 flies in the face of earlier judicial rulings. Four international judgments in the especially well-argued cases of Nikola Jorgic, Novislav Djajic, Djuradj Kusljic, and Maksim Sokolovic clearly confirm that genocide《ALSO》took place in several municipalities outside of Srebrenica in 1992. [ [ [  I.E.:: UNCOUNTABLY MANY MORE MUSLIMS WERE KILLED BY NON’MUSLIMS , AGAIN ] ] ] 

  • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 8:14 pm on July 6, 2015 Permalink |
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    killed Muslim worshippers in a mosque 



    Nigeria (AP) — A day of extremist violence against both Muslims and Christians in Nigeria killed more than 60 people, including worshippers in a mosque 


    The explosion at the Yantaya Mosque came as cleric Sani Yahaya was addressing the worshippers, survivors said.


    The deadliest attack came on Wednesday when more than 140 people were killed — mostly men and boys mowed down by gunfire as they prayed in mosques in the northeastern town of Kukawa.


    Militants from Boko Haram were blamed for the bombings Sunday night at a crowded mosque


    This version has been corrected to show that only the mosque bombing in Jos was a suicide attack.



  • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 2:31 pm on July 3, 2015 Permalink |
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    PRETTY {{{N}}} YOUNG GAL【age‘d around 15】suicidal bombress kills 12 in Nigeria mosque 


    Female suicide bomber kills 12 in Nigeria mosque: witness, vigilante


    An IS statement says the busts were found when the smuggler was stopped at a checkpoint and was later referred to an Islamic which ordered that they be destroyed and the man be whipped. (militant website via AP)

    IS says it destroyed archaeological pieces from Palmyra

    This Friday Oct. 31, 2014 image taken from video by Nigeria's Boko Haram terrorist network, the leader of Nigeria's Islamic extremist group Boko Haram, center, has denied agreeing to any cease-fire with the government and said Friday more than 200 kidnapped schoolgirls all have converted to Islam and been married off. (AP Photo)© AP Photo This Friday Oct. 31, 2014 image taken from video by Nigeria’s Boko Haram terrorist network, the leader of Nigeria’s Islamic extremist group Boko Haram, center, has denied agreeing to any cease-fire

    A young female suicide bomber killed 12 __________worshippers_ when she blew herself up in a mosque in northeastern Nigeria, a witness and a vigilante aiding the military against Boko Haram said Friday.”The bomber was a girl aged around 15 who was seen around the mosque when worshippers were preparing for the afternoon prayers,” vigilante Danlami Ajaokuta said of Thursday’s attack in Malari village, adding 12 had died and seven were injured.
    “People asked her to leave because she had no business there and they were not‎ comfortable with her in view of the spate o suicide attacks by female Boko Haram members.

    “She made to leave‎ but while the people were inside the mosque for the __________prayers_ she ran from a distance into the mosque and blew herself up,” he added — an account corroborated by resident Gajimi Mala.

    There was no immediate claim of responsibility but Boko Haram has used both men and young women n girls as human bombs in the past, and Borno state where the attack took place has been the hardest hit by the insurgency.

    The attack comes just a day after Boko Haram militants gunned down at least 145 people in three Borno villages, shooting Muslim worshippers during the holy month of Ramadan in the bloodiest day of attacks since new President Muhammadu Buhari came to power.

    • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 3:14 pm on July 3, 2015 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      >>> young women n girls 。。。as human bombs


      • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 3:45 pm on July 3, 2015 Permalink | Log in to Reply




        無綫 TVB《射雕英雄傳之鐵血丹心》 插曲 {1983}

  • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 9:57 pm on July 2, 2015 Permalink |
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    Boko Haram【MUSLIM】guns down 97 people《MUSLIMS》praying in mosqueSSSSSSSSS @ Ramadan 

    Boko Haram【MUSLIM】guns down 97 people《MUSLIMS》praying in mosqueSSSSSSSSS<MOSQUES> in Nigeria


    MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) —Boko Haram extremists gunned down nearly 100 Muslims praying in mosques in a northeast Nigerian town during the holy month of Ramadan, a government official and a self-defense fighter said Thursday.

    The attack Wednesday night on the town of Kukawa came the day after the Islamic extremist group attacked a village 35 kilometers (22 miles) away and killed another 48 men and boys, according to witnesses who counted the dead.

    The people of Kukawa were in several mosques, praying ahead of breaking their daylong fast, when the extremists attacked. They killed 97 people, mainly men, said self-defense spokesman Abbas Gava and a senior government official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to give information to reporters.

    Gava said his group’s fighters in Kukawa said some militants also broke into people’s homes, killing women and children as they prepared the evening meal.

    Kukawa is 180 kilometers (110 miles) northeast of Maiduguri, the biggest city in northeast Nigeria and the birthplace of Boko Haram.

    Nigeria’s homegrown extremist group often defiles mosques where it believes clerics espouse too moderate a form of Islam.【BEIN’ too moderate , IS ALSO A SIN ??? DEADLY SIN ?????????】Wednesday’s attack follows a directive from the Islamic State group for fighters to increase attacks during Ramadan. Boko Haram this year became the IS group’s West African franchise.

    On Tuesday night, the extremists invaded the village of Mussaram, ordered men and women to separate and then opened fire on the men and boys, witnesses said.

    “A total of 48 males died on the spot while 17 others escaped with serious injuries,” said Maidugu Bida, a self-defense official? based in nearby Monguno who helped bury the dead.

    On Monday, two suicide bombers blew themselves up prematurely in a village outside Maiduguri just an hour before the arrival of Nigeria’s Vice President Yemi Osinbanjo. He visited some of the hundreds of thousands of people displaced by the 5-year-old Islamic uprising that has killed more than 13,000 people and driven 1.5 million from their homes.

    Some of those killed in attacks in the past month had only just returned to rebuild towns and villages recaptured this year from Boko Haram by a multinational army.



    • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 10:41 pm on July 2, 2015 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      `Haram’ @ hk & China , is often translated as “Holy_Land” , esp @ all_official news reports

      `Haram’ translation drawn from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boko_Haram ::

      The name
      ” Boko Haram ” is usually translated as
      ” Western education is forbidden “.

       Haram is from the Arabic حَرَام ḥarām,

       the Hausa word boko [ the first vowel is long, the second pronounced in a low tone ],
       originally meaning
      “fake”, has come to mean and is widely translated as
      ” Western education ” ,and thought to be a possible corruption of the English word

       Boko Haram has also been translated as
      ” Western influence is a sin ” and
      ” Westernization is sacrilege “.

      • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 10:44 pm on July 2, 2015 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        >>> `Haram’ @ hk & China , is often translated as “Holy_Land” , esp @ all_official news reports

        `Haram’ may b cognate o
        `Harlem’ &

  • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 3:01 pm on June 26, 2015 Permalink |
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    【metroradio = 李嘉诚1(#1) 电台】

    科威特清真寺遇襲至少10人死 , 26/6/2015 21:09
    科威特發生自殺式炸彈襲擊, 造成超過 10人死亡 , 多人受傷.
    遇襲的是首都科威特城一座什葉派清真寺 , 事發時, 清真寺有二千多人 , 正在做禱告 ,
    期間一名 20幾歲的男子 , 引爆身上炸彈 , 造成人死傷, 清真寺的天花和牆壁受損 .
    極端組織伊斯蘭國在社交網站宣稱, 是他們發動這宗襲擊.

    • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 10:23 am on June 27, 2015 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      造成27人死亡 , 超過 200人受傷,
      【事发时,正值 回教斋戒月 人人都到清真寺內做相关之祈祷】

    • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 2:31 pm on June 27, 2015 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      科威特清真寺遇襲 IS自稱犯案
      由 AFP 提供
      突尼西亞旅館遭槍手攻擊 增至37死36傷
      由 AFP 提供
      法東部工廠疑遭恐攻 嫌犯被捕
      由 AFP 提供
      (法新社[AFP] 科威特市26日綜合外電報導)
      目前已有25人喪生,<<>> 202人受傷。



      伊斯蘭國在沙烏地阿拉伯自稱「內志省」(Najd Province)的分部表示,
      執行攻擊的炸彈客名為穆瓦希德(Abu Suleiman al-Muwahed)。


      科國內政部發表聲明指出,爆炸發生在科威特市薩迪格清真寺(Al-Imam al-Sadeq),但未說明詳細情況。



  • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 7:41 am on June 24, 2015 Permalink |
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    【metro radio = 新城 电台 = 亚洲首富李嘉诚之电台】

    巴基斯坦持續遭熱浪侵襲超過 740人死亡
    24/6/2015 15:26

    巴基斯坦持續遭到熱浪侵襲, 超過 740人死亡 , 包括 35名小童.
    南部卡拉奇市最高氣溫高達攝氏45度, 過去四日有幾千人因為中暑, 送院治理 ,

    有醫生說, 大部份病人送院時已經失去知覺, 死者大多數年過 50歲,



    造成不少人 脫水 死亡 .

    在酷熱天氣下 ,

    信德省的政府機構關閉, 學校停課, 用電量增加令多處地方停電 ,


    總理謝里夫要求國家災難管理署 ,採取緊急措施應對熱浪,

    軍隊也開始調動, 協助救援工作 .

    氣象部門預測, 卡拉奇和多個城市稍後會有雨 , 高溫天氣會稍為緩和

    Add a comment …
    Posting as Eunice May
  • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 4:48 pm on May 23, 2015 Permalink |

    In The Name Of Allah – , …

    The most complete and factual Islamic resource on the internet.
    Here you will find the most accurate, and detailed analysis of the Quranic verses available.

  • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 2:27 pm on May 17, 2015 Permalink |
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    17/5/2015 11:42

    泰國政府今個月29日會舉行會議, 和 15個國家的官員磋商,解決印度洋的船民問題 , 緬甸政府否認是船民問題的根源.

    緬甸大批信奉 回教的羅興亞【ROHINGYA】人 , 為逃避打壓, 加上為求改善生活的孟加拉人 , 估計有幾千甚至過萬船民,

    印尼, 馬來西亞

    和泰國將偷渡船驅逐出領海, 擔心接收船民會觸發更大偷渡潮,

    船民被困在海上多日, 缺水缺糧, 情況惡劣

    【【【因此,多个回教徒,已活活 饿死 渴死】】】*****

    緬甸總統吳登盛的發言人說, 當局並無漠視船民問題 , 反指部份國家未有打擊人蛇問題 , 又將船民驅逐出領海, 當局暫時未決定是否出席在泰國舉行的會議, 至今也未接獲官方邀請.



    另一名19歲倖存者伊斯拉姆(Saidul Islam)也說,


  • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 3:26 am on March 21, 2015 Permalink |
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    Suicide Attacks at Mosques in Yemen Kill More Than 130



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    Aftermath of Mosque Bombings in Yemen

    Residents combed through the rubble in Sana, Yemen, after two suicide bombers attacked the Badr mosque during Friday Prayer.

    Publish Date – March 20, 2015. Photo by Khaled Abdullah/Reuters.

    SANA, Yemen —

    An affiliate of the Islamic State that had not previously carried out any major attacks claimed responsibility for coordinated suicide strikes on Zaydi Shiite mosques here that killed more than 130 people during Friday Prayer, bringing to Yemen the kind of deadly sectarian fighting that has ripped apart Syria and Iraq.

    The bombings, apparently carried out by Sunni extremists against Shiite places of worship, threatened to propel the conflict toward the kind of unrestrained sectarian bloodletting that Yemen had so far avoided.

    It also showed how drastically the situation had deteriorated in Yemen after Houthi rebels seized power, galvanizing Sunni militants who opposed them at a time when Washington’s ability to conduct counterterrorism operations was greatly reduced.

    Western counterterrorism officials fear that a security vacuum resembling Somalia’s would draw even more jihadists to ungoverned territory in Yemen, where they would have the space and time to plot attacks against the West.


    An injured Yemeni girl was carried away after the attack. CreditKhaled Abdullah/Reuters

    Even Yemen’s powerful affiliate of Al Qaeda had been reluctant to carry out large-scale attacks against Muslim civilians, despite its hatred of the Houthis, whose leaders are members of the Zaydi branch of Shiite Islam and are considered heretics by the Sunni militants.

    Instead, it was a rival jihadist group affiliated with the Islamic State and calling itself Sana Province that raised the specter of a destabilizing new brand of violence in Yemen’s civil conflict.



    “This operation is but the tip of an iceberg,”

       the group said in an audio statement.

    “The polytheist Houthis have to know that the Islamic State soldiers will be not satisfied, or rest, until we eradicate them.”



    The attacks, the deadliest against civilians in the country in recent memory, offered a grisly illustration of how Yemen’s fracturing is undermining counterterrorism programs that American officials consider pivotal at a time of increasing attacks around the world. Some of those attacks appear to be a result of an escalating rivalry between Al Qaeda and its affiliates and the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, a former Qaeda franchise in Iraq.

    “It’s hard to imagine how things could be on a worse path in Yemen,” said Representative Adam B. Schiff of California, the senior Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee. He said the panel had received recent classified briefings on Yemen that were “pretty grim.”





    Investigators looked through debris caused by a suicide bomb attack on Friday at a mosque in Sana//SANAA, Yemen. Also Friday, rare militia fighting erupted in the southern port city of Aden. Credit – Mohamed al-Sayaghi/Reuters

    In a sign of the deteriorating security, the last 125 American Special Operations advisers were withdrawing from Yemen on Friday as Qaeda fighters seized Huta, a town about 20 miles from the base in the south where the Americans were operating, said a United States official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss operations.

    Al Qaeda has carried out frequent attacks in the province, clashing with military units, assassinating security officials and occasionally firing heavy weapons at the military base, in Al Anad. The Pentagon declined to comment on the withdrawal, which was reported in the Yemeni news media on Friday.

    Coming a day after violence spread to Aden in the south in rare factional clashes over control of the international airport and a security base, Friday’s attacks brought into sharp relief the mounting chaos that is spreading through the impoverished country. Yemen, with no recognized government, faces a possible breakup between rival factions in the north and south, a spreading armed conflict that is displacing thousands of Yemenis and a financial collapse.

    The threat of civil war also poses multiple challenges to the Obama administration, which only a few months ago held out Yemen’s negotiated transition from autocracy to an elected president as a model for post-revolutionary Arab states.


    Victims of mosque bombings in the Yemeni capital were evacuated on Friday. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. CreditKhaled Abdullah/Reuters

    With the beleaguered government of President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi decamped to Aden, the Pentagon has effectively lost its major partner in the fight against Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, which American intelligence officials say still poses the most potent terrorist threat to the United States.

    Many Yemenis are harshly critical of American counterterrorism programs,  complaining of a relationship between the two countries based on security issues, and opposing American drone strikes against Qaeda militants that have killed civilians.

    In Yemen, fighters clash daily along several contested fronts. Sunni extremists, including the Islamic State fighters and militants linked to the Qaeda affiliate, have carried out a number of deadly attacks against supporters of the Houthi rebel movement, which controls Sana and since September has been Yemen’s most dominant force.

    There are growing fears that Yemen is becoming a stage for the regional rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran.  Saudi Arabia, which opposes the Houthis, has supported Sunni militants in Yemen, diplomats say, while the Houthis have received financial and military support from Iran.

    Continue reading the main story

    The Divisions in Yemen

    In early 2014, Shiite insurgents known as Houthis consolidated control over Yemen’s Saada Province. In recent months, they have expanded their influence.

    Controlled by Houthis

    Houthis have influence or are able to operate

    Areas where Al Qaeda is able to operate





    100 MILES



    Qaeda stronghold


    Source: American Enterprise Institute’s Critical Threats Project


    The New York Times

    The claim of responsibility for Friday’s attack by the Islamic State affiliate, just a day after the group claimed responsibility for the attack in Tunis this week that killed more than 20 people, appeared to illustrate the organization’s expanding ideological reach, although its links to both local groups was not yet fully understood.

    In Washington, officials suggested that local militants were trying to benefit from the Islamic State’s notoriety to elevate their stature within jihadist ranks.

    “There’s no doubt that there has been a lot of political instability in Yemen that has only worsened and that has created some chaos and does make it easier for these kinds of extremist groups to capitalize on that chaos and carry out acts of violence and to spread their hateful ideology,” said the White House press secretary, Josh Earnest.

    The bombings on Friday came after a week of unusually widespread bloodshed in Yemen. In the space of a few days, a prominent opposition journalist was assassinated outside his home in Sana, rare militia fighting erupted in Aden and, on Friday, Qaeda militants seized government buildings in a provincial capital in the south.

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    Suicide Attacks

    El Rahaba Airport





    Badr Mosque

    3 miles


    By The New York Times

    “Yemenis knew violence, but not this brutal,” said Farea al-Muslimi, a Sana-based political analyst and a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut, Lebanon, speaking about the assassinations, clashes and bombings over the past few days. “There are no norms,” he said. “It’s a very scary moment.

    Yemen has been leaderless since January, when the Houthis tightened their grip on the capital and placed the president, Mr. Hadi, along with his government, under house arrest.

    Mr. Hadi later fled to Aden and declared that he was still the country’s leader, splitting the country between hostile centers of power. United Nations diplomats have been unable to broker a compromise that would stitch the country back together. And regional powers, including Iran and Saudi Arabia, seem to have abandoned the effort, throwing their support behind either Mr. Hadi or the Houthis and inflaming the conflict.

    Analysts said the descent into anarchy had laid bare the failure of the country’s political factions, as well Yemen’s prominent backers, including the United States, to arrest the crisis. A process that was supposed to aid Yemen’s transition from decades of authoritarianism to democracy, led by the United Nations, “had not prevented civil war, but rather delayed it,” Mr. Muslimi said.

    Aden became further embroiled in that conflict on Thursday, with fighting that pitted tribesmen and military units loyal to Mr. Hadi against a security unit seen as close to Yemen’s former autocratic leader, Ali Abdullah Saleh, who was removed from power in 2012 but retained his influence, most recently by allying himself with the Houthis.

    On Friday, hospitals in Sana made urgent appeals for blood to treat the hundreds of people wounded in the blasts at the Badr and Hashoush Mosques. Another suicide bomber was detected before he could reach a mosque in the northern province of Saada, a Houthi stronghold.

    The bombers at the Badr Mosque maximized casualties by detonating their explosives inside but also among the overflow of worshippers outside. A dozen members of one family were killed, witnesses said.

    Two suicide bombers also attacked the Hashoush Mosque, with one of the attackers hiding his explosives in a fake cast on his leg. He detonated the explosive after he was stopped at a checkpoint about 65 feet from the mosque entrance, killing a few people while the other bomber rushed inside as prayers ended, killing dozens more.

    “We have seen bombings before in Sana,” said Hassan Ali, a resident of the neighborhood. “But this is the most horrible crime.”

    Mohammed Ali Kalfood reported from Sana, Kareem Fahim from Cairo, and Eric Schmitt from Washington. Saeed Al-Batati contributed reporting from Al Mukalla, Yemen.

    A version of this article appears in print on March 21, 2015, on page A1 of the New York edition with the headline: Militants Linked To ISIS Say They Killed Yemenis . Order ReprintsToday’s Paper|Subscribe

  • 4el.com ( shortcut o HelpUsHelpYou.com ) 4:49 am on March 16, 2015 Permalink |
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    WHERE … 

    15 March 2015, two blasts took place atRoman Catholic Chruch and Christ Chruch during Sunday service at Youhanabad town ofLahore.[4]
    The high number of casualties is due to the fact that weekly service was underway when the attacks occurred[3]


    Jamaat-ul-Ahrar a splinter group of Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan, which had reconciled with and rejoined the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan earlier the same month[8] claimed responsibility for the attacks.[1].


    1.  “Worshippers killed in Pakistan church bombings”Al Jazeera. March 15, 2015. Retrieved March 15, 2015.
    【JAR(((JAAR<DUTCH>//YEAR))) 2013】
    On 22 September 2013, a twin suicide bomb attack took place at All Saints Church[3] in PeshawarPakistan, in which 127 people were killed 
    The second bomber entered the church and detonated bomb inside church.[1] 

    Perpetrators of the attack[edit]

    The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan-linked Islamist group Jundallah claimed responsibility for the attack.[8][9] They said that the attack on Christians and non-Muslims will continue because they are the enemies o Islam[9] 

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