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CORRECTING KERRY: Because Stupid On Islam Is Dangerous

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Written by Audrey Russo on October 19, 2014
We’d like to think our leaders are concerned about those they are supposed to be serving. Concerned about our well-being and doing everything in their power to protect us from enemies foreign and domestic.

Nowadays…not so much.

Take, for example, the male occupying the office of Secretary of State, John Kerry. Here’s a partial list of his duties:
— Serves as the President’s principal adviser on U.S. foreign policy;
— Conducts negotiations relating to U.S. foreign affairs;
— Grants and issues passports to American citizens and exequaturs to foreign consuls in the United States;
— Advises the President on the appointment of U.S. ambassadors, ministers, consuls, and other diplomatic representatives;
— Advises the President regarding the acceptance, recall, and dismissal of the representatives of foreign governments;

Holding such an essential position in our Republic, you would generally assume he would know who our enemies actually are, right?

Nowadays…not so much.

One of the major enemies of freedom is the ideology of Islam. Its precepts and practices all stand in opposition to individual freedom. Here’s Kerry on the ideology of Islam:

In September 2014…
“I want to take advantage of this podium and of this moment to underscore as powerfully as I know how, that the face of Islam is not the butchers who killed Steven Sotloff. That’s ISIL.”

“The real face of Islam is a peaceful religion based on the dignity of all human beings… Muslim communities are advocating for universal human rights and fundamental freedoms, including the most basic freedom to practice one’s faith openly and freely…”

In October 2014…
“There’s nothing Islamic about what ISIL/Daesh stands for, or is doing to people.”

Now be it far from me to tell a Secretary of State (whom I pay with my hard-earned tax dollars) that he’s wrong…but HE IS!

There’s way too much stupid here to handle in a brief article, but since our security is too critical to ignore this, I’ll truncate it…

Apparently the husband of the Ketchup Queen has been snorting the merchandise. There is not ONE shred of evidence given for Kerry’s claims, nor does it line up with the Quran or the Hadiths.
— There are 164 Jihad verses that call Muslims to war with nonbelievers for the sake of Islam.
— Based upon various legit polls, more than half the world’s population of Muslims are radicalized (a core will commit the acts, the rest show support verbally and fiscally).
— Human Rights, my Aunt Fanny! Human Rights are as Islam dictates:
** Islam promotes Slavery & Sex Slavery
** Islam forbids Freedom of Expression
** Islam forbids Freedom to Leave Islam (Apostasy)
** Islam forbids Religious Freedom

The list of evidence to refute everything Kerry has said about Islam, is enormous. But hey, he’s too busy at his plastic surgeon’s office with all the Botox and facial fillers (women get), to be bothered with trivial things like facts that might save the lives of innocent Americans and other infidels in the West.

The least we can expect from those whom we allow to hold the prestigious positions of leading the Free World, is being educated on things that THREATEN freedom and Human Rights.

Because remaining stupid on Islam is too dangerous to tolerate.

Shalom through strength…

ISIS CLAIMS DIRECT ROCKET HIT ON US EMBASSY IN

On Tuesday the Islamist militant group took credit for a mortar attack against the embassy in Baghdad. The group bragged about the attack on social media, claiming that there were likely casualties.

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“Four rockets strike Green Zone in #Baghdad; helicopters hovering over the Green Zone; ambulances heading that way after strikes!!” one ISIS militant noted on Twitter. Just one day before the alleged attack, retired Lt. Col. Oliver North claimed that sources in Iraq believed ISIS was planning a “major attack” against the embassy in Baghdad.

“They know Baghdad. They’ve lived in Baghdad,” North said of the militants reportedly planning the attack.

“They are at the gates of Baghdad. They’re coming for us,” he added.

Drug-crazed ISIS monsters rape, slaughter and behead children in Kobane

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by Joe Newby
SYRIA-TURKEY-CONFLICT-KURDSA chilling report from the UK Daily Record tells just how bad things are for the people stuck in Kobane, a Syrian border town under assault by ISIS. According to the report, thousands have crossed into Turkey fleeing jihadist monsters who are described as “drug-crazed.”

“Many of the old people refuse to leave their sons to fight,” said 40-year-old Ekram Ahmet.

“Many have nowhere to go and many more are trapped between the town and the Turkish border – out in the open ­waiting for rescue or certain death,” he added. “IS are animals. They’re not human. They have a bloodlust the like of which I’ve never seen – it’s as if they enjoy killing.”

“They revel in cutting heads off – it’s like their trademark,” he said.

The Daily Record added:

In a chilling account of life in the killing zone, Ekram explained many IS supporters are drug-crazed as they fight and kill, exhorting their barbaric massacre in the name of Allah.

“They are filthy, with straggly beards and long black nails.

“They have lots of pills with them that they all keep taking. It seems to make them more crazy if anything.

“They become agitated and excited, desperate to punish even children for the smallest thing.”

“Locals believe pills found on dead IS soldiers which fire up the fighters’ greed for killing,” the report adds.

The report also says:

One young boy and his sister were stranded on the outskirts of Kobane five days ago when IS swept into town.

He and his sister hid in terror but the terrorists discovered the young girl then raped and killed her.

Meanwhile, liberals think ISIS poses no threat, or believe America is a bigger threat…

Worse yet, as David Horowitz observes, President Obama is “still asleep or, less charitably, is hostile to American purposes, is hostile to thttp://www.conservativefiringline.com/wp-admin/post-new.phphe military that defends us, and identifies more with the Islamic world that has produced these forces who would destroy us than with the country he is sworn to defend.”

Defense secretary: ISIS threat ‘beyond anything we’ve seen’

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By Kristina Wong – 08/21/14 05:56 PM EDT
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is beyond “just a terrorist group” and poses a greater threat than Al Qaeda, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Thursday.

“This is beyond anything that we’ve seen,” he said during a briefing on Thursday afternoon about the Sunni militant group that has taken over territory in Iraq and Syria and earlier this week beheaded American journalist James Foley.

“ISIL is as sophisticated and well-funded as any group that we have seen,” Hagel said. “They marry ideology, a sophistication of strategic and tactical military prowess. They are tremendously well-funded.”

“So we must prepare for everything. And the only way you do that is that you take a cold, steely, hard look at it…and get ready,” he said.
Hagel’s remarks come months after Obama dismissed ISIS, calling the group “JV”.

Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said it was possible to “contain” ISIS, but “not in perpetuity.”

“This is an organization that has an apocalyptic, end-of-days strategic vision and which will eventually have to be defeated,” said Dempsey, who spoke alongside Hagel.

Dempsey said for ISIS to be defeated, they would have to be addressed in Syria, possibly in part by airstrikes.

“And that will come when we have a coalition in the region that takes on the task of defeating ISIS over time. ISIS will only truly be defeated when it’s rejected by the 20 million disenfranchised Sunni that happen to reside between Damascus and Baghdad,” he said.

“It requires a variety of instruments, only one small part of which is airstrikes. I’m not predicting those will occur in Syria, at least not by the United States of America. But it requires the application of all of the tools of national power — diplomatic, economic, information, military,” he said.

Hagel also pushed back against the notion that there was any “mission creep” in Iraq.

Since ISIS’s takeover of Mosul in June, the president has incrementally increased the U.S. troop presence in Iraq, from several hundred to more than 800.

In addition, the U.S. troop mission in Iraq has gone from protecting U.S. personnel and property in Baghdad, to assessing the security situation and Iraqi forces, to protecting U.S. personnel and property in Erbil, to airdropping humanitarian supplies to tens of thousands of Iraqis stranded on a mountain, to, most recently, assisting Iraqi forces in protecting “critical infrastructure.”

“The president has been very clear on mission creep. And he’s made it very clear that he will not allow that. This is why he’s been very clear on what our mission is. We comply with the War Powers Act and informed Congress on how many people we have,” he said.

So far, the U.S. has delivered 636 bundles of food, water and medical supplies, are conducting more than 60 intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance sorties per day, and have conducted 89 targeted airstrikes in northern Iraq.

Hagel also discussed why the administration disclosed a failed attempt to rescue Foley and an unspecified number of other American hostages held in Syria earlier this summer.

The disclosure came a day after Foley’s beheading, and fueled speculation among Republican lawmakers that the administration was attempting to improve its image in the wake of Foley’s death and an inability to recover him.

“There were a number of news outlets that were aware of the action, of the raid. And it was a decision made by the administration, which we concurred with, to address the mission,” Hagel said.

“Also, the administration had informed the families of the hostages of this effort. So it was the decision and it was unanimous that we should, in fact, acknowledge this effort without going into any of the specifics of it, which we, as you know, will not,” he said.

“The mission was executed flawlessly after a significant period of preparation and planning and rehearsal. And the — it turned out that the hostages were no longer at that location,” said Dempsey.

Hagel said the failure of the operation was not an “intelligence failure.”

“Intelligence doesn’t come wrapped in a package with a bow,” he said. “It is a mosaic of many pictures, of many factors.”

Read more: http://thehill.com/policy/defense/215724-hagel-isis-beyond-anything-weve-seen#ixzz3B87flw3G
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A NEW ISRAELI SECURITY DEVICE

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Islamic Iran Sends Threatening Message to Obama: Iranian Warships Patrolling Off US Atlantic Coast

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A senior Iranian naval commander says his country has sent several warships to the Atlantic Ocean, close to U.S. maritime borders for the first time.

The commander of Iran’s Northern Navy Fleet, Admiral Afshin Rezayee Haddad, is quoted by the official IRNA news agency as saying Saturday that the vessels have already begun the journey to the Atlantic Ocean via waters near South Africa.

“Iran’s military fleet is approaching the United States’ maritime borders, and this move has a message,” Haddad reportedly said, according to Fars, a semi-official Iranian news agency.

Iranian officials said last month that the fleet consisted of the destroyer Sabalan and the logistic helicopter carrier Khark, which will be on a three-month mission. The ships are carrying some 30 navy academy cadets for training along with their regular crews.

Haddad says the fleet is approaching U.S. maritime borders for the first time. The Islamic Republic considers the move as a response to U.S. naval deployments near its own coastlines. The U.S. Navy’s 5th fleet is based in nearby Bahrain — across the gulf from Iran.

Iran has regularly deployed warships to the Gulf of Aden off the eastern coast of Africa to fight privacy and protect commercial ships.

It has also sent its warships to Syrian waters in recent years.

In 2012, Iran said it aims to put warships in international waters off the U.S. coast within the next few years, and extend its reach as far as Antarctica.

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