Monday, September 22, 2014

ISIS: Terrorist Army

"[ISIS is a] terrorist army [blending] medieval ideology] with modern weapons."
"We must also reject their nihilistic worldview wherever we find it."
(Mother of all classic understatements) Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird, United Nations Security Council

"We are not by any means the leading contributor of foreign fighters to Syria, even though the dozens that are there and the 130 that are abroad [with other extremist groups] is a disturbing number for all Canadians. But we want to ensure that Canada's good name is not besmirched by these people any more than it already has been and that Canadians are protected."
"You [Islamic offenders] will cease being a Canadian because behaviour of this kind [dual nations convicted of terrorism] is incompatible with the duties and responsibilities of [Canadian] citizenship."
"[Integrating of immigrants] ...tends to create a very high level of allegiance and loyalty to Canada among the vast majority of immigrants, and we should be proud of that."
"But the pull of this poisonous ideology from the Gulf, from some of the centres of preaching, Pakistan and elsewhere, where it's really anchored, is strong. And it's transmitted by the Internet. So despite our success on immigration and settlement, we can't ignore this challenge."
Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander, Ottawa, Canada
ISIS has released a video showing a masked gunman standing before captured Syrian troops digging their own graves. After speaking 
in what sounded like North American — possibly Canadian —English, he appeared to help execute the kneeling prisoners with a handgun.
SITE    ISIS has released a video showing a masked gunman standing before captured Syrian troops digging their own graves. After speaking in what sounded like North American — possibly Canadian —English, he appeared to help execute the kneeling prisoners with a handgun.


Confirmed: Canada has revoked a number of passports from those Immigration Minister Alexander's department has assessed through intelligence as having travelled to join extremist groups in Syria and Iraq. As well as some who had not yet left Canada, but intended to travel abroad to the volatile areas to enlist themselves as foreign jihadi fighters in the cataclysmic battle of violent jihad intent on triumphing over the West in its journey toward a global caliphate.

"Yes, I think it's safe to say that there are cases of revocation of passports involving people who've gone to Syria and Iraq already. I just don't want to get into the numbers." While those identified by the removal of their passports and the privilege of being Canadian alarm him by their decision to join ISIS, he remains satisfied that Canada's numbers of aspiring jihadis are minuscule in comparison to the numbers of immigrants who have migrated from Muslim countries to become part of Canada's community of communities.

Measures to halt the flow of aspiring foreign fighters to both those countries, however, require strategies to compellingly use measures that will prove to be useful in turning the situation around to Canada's benefit. By isolating and removing access for return to those who have made such a fateful choice, Canada is protected from their return and the potential for them to practise within the country that has given them haven, the deadly techniques they have learned and practised abroad.

An hour-long propaganda video released by ISIS just hours earlier to the interview, appeared an effort to dissuade the mounting of an international military campaign against ISIS. Earlier, shorter, and hugely graphic videos of appalling cruelty and brutality have been responsible for persuading the international community that it should become involved in the battle against the criminally psychopathic Islamists; they may learn by this that they can't have it both ways.
In the chilling tape released on Friday, ISIS line up the Syrian soldiers captured during an attack on an airbase in Raqqa
In the chilling tape released on Friday, ISIS line up the Syrian soldiers captured during an attack on an airbase in Raqqa
- See more at: http://www.coloradonewsday.com/news/regional/77371-does-isis-have-a-u-s-jihadist-in-its-ranks-masked-man-with-american-accent-is-star-of-isis-latest-propaganda-film-flames-of-war.html#sthash.lvxopJHR.dpuf
In the chilling tape released on Friday, ISIS line up the Syrian soldiers captured during an attack on an airbase in Raqqa Islamic State terrorists shooting Syrian prisoners at airbase in Raqqa
In the chilling tape released on Friday, ISIS line up the Syrian soldiers captured during an attack on an airbase in Raqqa
In the chilling tape released on Friday, ISIS line up the Syrian soldiers captured during an attack on an airbase in Raqqa
- See more at: http://www.coloradonewsday.com/news/regional/77371-does-isis-have-a-u-s-jihadist-in-its-ranks-masked-man-with-american-accent-is-star-of-isis-latest-propaganda-film-flames-of-war.html#sthash.lvxopJHR.dpuf

The new video featured a masked gunman and captured Syrian troops digging their own graves. After an announcement in North-American-accented (Canadian) English, the gunman standing watch over the prisoners took part in the execution of the kneeling prisoners, with the use of his handgun. Making it all the more imperative that Canada take these heretofore unthinkable measures of depriving a Canadian citizen of national identity through passport certification and re-entry to Canada.

Existing regulations make it lawful for officials to revoke or deny a passport with the evidence presented. "When law enforcement and security agencies provide us with that evidence, as they have done, we are able to act ... in multiple cases ... against those attempting to join extremists in Syria."

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