Now the truth emerges: how the US fuelled the rise of Isis in Syria and Iraq
The sectarian terror group won’t be defeated by the western states that incubated it in the first place.
Seumas Milneから

For the past year, US, British and other western forces have been back in Iraq, supposedly in the cause of destroying the hyper-sectarian terror group Islamic State (formerly known as al-Qaida in Iraq). This was after Isis overran huge chunks of Iraqi and Syrian territory and proclaimed a self-styled Islamic caliphate.

The campaign isn’t going well. Last month, Isis rolled into the Iraqi city of Ramadi, while on the other side of the now nonexistent border its forces conquered the Syrian town of Palmyra. Al-Qaida’s official franchise, the Nusra Front, has also been making gains in Syria.


Some Iraqis complain that the US sat on its hands while all this was going on. The Americans insist they are trying to avoid civilian casualties, and claim significant successes. Privately, officials say they don’t want to be seen hammering Sunni strongholds in a sectarian war and risk upsetting their Sunni allies in the Gulf.

A revealing light on how we got here has now been shone by a recently declassified secret US intelligence report, written in August 2012, which uncannily predicts – and effectively welcomes – the prospect of a “Salafist principality” in eastern Syria and an al-Qaida-controlled Islamic state in Syria and Iraq. In stark contrast to western claims at the time, the Defense Intelligence Agency document identifies al-Qaida in Iraq (which became Isis) and fellow Salafists as the “major forces driving the insurgency in Syria” – and states that “western countries, the Gulf states and Turkey” were supporting the opposition’s efforts to take control of eastern Syria.

Raising the “possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist principality”, the Pentagon report goes on, “this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran)”.

Syria: Deliberate Killing of Civilians by ISIS

Armed militants believed to be members of Islamic State, also known as ISIS, deliberately targeted people they knew were civilians in a June 25, 2015, attack in and around the northern Syrian city of Kobani. Syrian Kurdish authorities and local human rights groups said that 233 to 262 civilians were killed and at least 273 wounded.

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أتمنى ان ينشره الجميع ويهتم به

匿名 質問:

I feel like Greco-roman culture has been getting a little disrespect (for lack of a better word) because of the Isis/ Aset disambiguation lately. I feel that isis was was this phenomenon that was based off of Aset, and seen as "THE goddess/ every goddess. It is a beautiful thing that this happened, because it caused this figure and her cult to live on long after the fall of ancient Egypt.

I guess I don’t see how identifying that Aset isn’t Isis is disrespectful? If anything, it’s simply clarifying facts, the same way that we clarify that all Horuses are not the same, and that there are actually 489754857 forms of Horus, but almost none of the books go into specifics, unless it’s HSA vs. HW.

If you’re upset that I don’t care about Isis, I’m not sure what to say. I only care about pre-Late Period Egyptian religion and gods. I’m very niche in what I study and what I pay attention to, and anything that starts to wander into deep GR or Late Period territory is not really anything I care about (honestly anything after the XXth Dynasty and I really stop paying attn and I have skipped entire LP chapters in books because I srsly do not care). It’s not meant as a form of disrespect, it’s simply how I function. Truth be told, I even have a hard time keeping interest in other NTR that aren’t the small cluster that I have a sweet spot for. I’m a dirty cultist, and I don’t hide that.

This is largely borne out of a lack of energy, spoons, and time to devote to things that don’t fall within the small category that I’m interested in or have been requested to study. I don’t waste my time with stuff that isn’t in that category because I don’t really have the time or energy to waste. I’ve only got so many hours in the day to dedicate to this, and so I’m choosing to focus my time on what I deem the most important, because it will render the best results for what I need to get done. On some levels I’d love to learn about other cultures (some, not many), but I have to make decisions on what I can use my time on, and since Kemeticism has to come first, it currently does.

Which means GR stuff is just not on my radar, and I don’t really read posts about GR or Hellenistic stuff because it doesn’t fall within my realm of interest or what have you.

On top of that, if it bothers you that Kemetics don’t really bother with Isis, I’d like to gently remind you that that is probably because Isis isn’t a Kemetic deity inasmuch as she’s a Hellenistic/GR deity. Some Kemetics do end up dabbling in the GR period of history and the religion, but a lot of us don’t. Which is probably why we don’t talk about her very much in the tags if at all.

Probably the same reason why Heathens aren’t talking about Ra or why the Celtic Recons aren’t talking about Wadjet, etc. “Not my monkey, not my circus”. It’s not meant to be disrespectful, it’s simply not a part of their religion. While it’s true that Isis is borne out of Aset, she’s still technically not part of our original “canon” pantheon, and because she shows up so late in the game, most of us really don’t pay a lot of attention to her.

*shrug* I don’t really know what else to say beyond that. There is nothing wrong with Isis or worshiping Isis, etc. But she’s only sorta kinda part of our pantheon, and she’s not really the same deity as Aset. I don’t think it’s disrespectful to say either of these things. Nor do I think that highlighting these facts is somehow disrespectful to the deity or her devotees.
Dan Cruickshank's Civilisation Under Attack
What we can do to stop Islamic State destroying important ancient architectural sites?

The so called “Islamic State” is responcible for many, many crimes. But perhaps one of the most lasting and thus most devastating for human culture is their destruction of the history of the regions they take.

Priceless works of art and history that pre-dates most of our civilisations are turned to rubble and dust, relics that have surived countless wars and regime changes destroyed by monsters.

I urge anyone with an interest in history to watch this documentary and see just how far IS takes its genocidal actions.

匿名 質問:

What do you think of the foreign fighters-some of them vets-who are volunteering against ISIS?

Umm…I think they are making a poor choice. ISIS is evil. They are savage criminals, and they’ll ultimately be destroyed.

silverleo8264 質問:

With the recent asks about Isis/Aset, confusion has come up in my mind. I was under the impression that the Greek names of the gods were simply that: alternate names (e.g. Isis/Aset, Horus/Heru, Nephthys/Nebthet). Am I mistaken and these are in fact separate gods? If so, what does that mean for deities such as Bast, who does not (to my knowledge) have a Greek name?

The answer is “yes and no” unfortunately.

For many instances, the GR name is exactly that- another name under which the Kemetic/Egyptian deity is known. However, in the case of Isis, apparently she is more than just Aset. She’s Aset, Bast, and a few other gods mixed together to make one deity. The same way that Serapis is Osiris and a few other GR gods thrown into the mix to make a new god.

That’s why we make the distinction btwn them- because Isis isn’t just another name for Aset, Isis is really Aset+others. You can read a bit more about it here and here.
Middle East and Terrorism: Israeli Arab Teachers Arrested for Joining ISIS - Ari Soffer

Israeli Arab Teachers Arrested for Joining ISIS - Ari Soffer

by Ari Soffer

Four teachers from Bedouin town in the Negev among six arrested for joining ISIS terror group, attempting to recruit children.

In a joint operation with local police, the Israel Security Agency (ISA or Shin Bet) arrested six Arab residents of the town of Hura in the Negev who formed a cell of the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist group, authorities released for publication Monday.

An initial investigation revealed that the cell members conducted secret meetings in which they learned and discussed ISIS’s radical Islamist ideology, while some of them actively worked to recruit friends and family members and encouraged them to travel to join ISIS in Syria.

Several of the group also planned to travel to Syria themselves.

Shockingly, four of those arrested were teachers at a school in the Negev. Investigators say they used their positions to try to brainwash children and encourage them to join ISIS as well.

In addition to those arrested, several other teachers and staff members - including the headteacher of one Negev school - have been questioned under suspicion of withholding knowledge of their colleagues’ jihadist activities from authorities, and not acting to stop them.

The headteacher - who has not been named - denies having any knowledge of the extremist activity at his school.

Security services believe that several Israeli Arabs who previously traveled to Syria to join ISIS were part of the same cell.

The arrested suspects have been named as:

  • Bashir Jabrin Salim Abu Alkian (26). A teacher at a local elementary school, he was arrested on May 17, and admitted under interrogation to spreading ISIS propaganda via social media, as well as by sending ISIS propaganda videos to family members, friends and other associates.
  • Akhram Aleb Ahmad Abu Alkian (30), also a teacher at a local elementary school. He was arrested several weeks later on June 2, and admitted under interrogation to supporting ISIS and helping set up the cell.
  • Mohammed Aleb Ahmad Abu Alkian (27). A teacher at a local high school, he admitted to similar charges as the previous cell members, as well as making plans to travel to Syria on July 15 and join ISIS, under the guise of embarking on a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia.
  • Issa Shuhada-Khadr Hassan Abu Alkian (27). Arrested on June 13, he admitted to taking part in meetings conducted by the cell, and similarly of planning to travel to Syria and join ISIS on July 15 under the pretense of a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia.
  • Sharif Shahada Razaq Abu Alkian. The youngest member of the cell (23), he also admitted to joining the cell and planning to travel to join ISIS in Syria with two other cell members.
  • Hamza Abed Ali Abu Alkian (27), also a teacher, admitted to joining the same cell.

All were indicted in a Be'er Sheva court on a wide range of terrorism charges.


Ari Soffer



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There is no I in ISIS. It is neither me, Islamic.

In light of recent attacks, and the ongoing barbaric inhumane behaviour of the terrorist group ISIS, I felt it was necessary to express my condemnation.

This is a poem I performed in January 2015, at a Poets for Peace event. Search us on YouTube to find other poets for peace.

Peace love and blessings.

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