‘Mass murders destabilize states’

‘Mass murders destabilize states’


The truck attack in Nice followed a jihadist strategy that has been circulating on the internet for a long time. The aim is to use simple means to kill as many people as possible. One way is by using a motor vehicle.

No bombs? No problem. Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, former spokesman of the terrorist group “Islamic State” (IS) reminded jihadists in a September 2014 video message that they had many other options to kill people.

“If you can kill a disbelieving American or European – especially the spiteful and filthy French – or an Australian, or a Canadian, or any other disbeliever …, smash his head with a rock, or slaughter him with a knife, or run him over with your car, or throw him down from a high place, or choke him, or poison him,” al-Adnani said in the video.

Al-Adnani was born Taha Subhi Falaha in the Syrian Idlib region in 1977 or 1978. His orders aren’t just a sign of personal radicalization. They’re consciously picking up the strategy of “individual” terrorism that has been making the rounds online since about 2005.

Terror cell in Afghanistan

The attack in Nice shows how relevant this strategy still is. The call on individuals to wreak havoc in this way was first issued by al-Adnani’s fellow countryman Mustafa bin Abd al-Qadir Setmariam Nasar. Probably born in 1958, the Syrian terrorist with the war name Abu Musab al-Suri fought against the Red Army alongside the mujahideen in Afghanistan.

That’s where he met Osama bin Laden. Back in Europe, al-Suri (“the Syrian”) helped build up the continent’s jihadist network. He’s suspected of playing a major part in the founding of the Spanish al Qaeda branch – the group that blew up several commuter trains in Madrid in 2003.

Al-Suri is also said to have had connections to the terrorists who attacked the London subway in 2005. That year, he was arrested in Pakistan and later extradited to Syria. His trail runs cold in the prisons of the Assad regime.

Osama bin Laden und Abu Musab al-Suri Al-Suri (r.), seen here with former al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, was the inventor of “individual” terrorism

After the publication online in 2004/ 2005, al-Suri’s “Call to Global Islamic Resistance” became the jihadist field manual. In it, he accuses the “American-Jewish crusaders” of purposefully destroying the Islamic world. He said they were doing it by spreading their “culture of decay,” which according to al-Suri included adultery, nakedness and mixing of genders.

‘War without borders’

As a response to the alleged decay of society, al-Suri recommends a “war without borders.” He says there are many different targets: politicians, military officials, airports, harbors, train stations, bridges, highway interchanges, subways and tourist destinations.

Military bases and computer centers can also be attacked, as can “soft” targets such as media companies and their representatives. Other locations of interest are places where Jews and/or famous Jewish personalities meet, as well as Jewish institutions. Places of worship or synagogues are not included.

“Resistance” must be sustained with full force. “The mass murder of civilians is the kind of attack that can destabilize states and governments. This is done by attacking crowds to cause a maximum loss of human lives.”

Soldiers at Lee Rigby's funeral The funeral of Lee Rigby, a British soldier killed in May 2013 by jihadists in London

It is easy, maintains al-Suri, as there are many such targets. “For example, sports arenas, annual social events, major international exhibitions, busy market squares, skyscrapers and buildings with many people.”

It is exactly the plan that jihadists have followed in Africa and Asia, in the attack on the editorial team of the satire magazine Charlie Hebdo and in the Bataclan killing. Two jihadists followed the same plan back in 2013 when they ran down British solider Lee Rigby on the street and then used knives and a cleaver to stab him to death.

‘The management of savagery’

Around the time of Abu Suri’s writings, another text was published on the web: “The Management of Savagery” (“Idarat at-Tawahush”). The apparent author is an unidentified Egyptian who goes by the name of Abu Bakr Naji. He was one of the pioneers of al Qaeda and he also advocates the maximum use of violence.

“If we are not violent in our jihad and if softness seizes us, that will be a major factor in the loss of the element of strength, which is one of the pillars of the Umma of the Message. The Umma which possesses strength is the Umma which is able to protect the positions it has won and it is the Umma which boldly faces horrors and has the firmness of mountains. These are the good qualities which we have lost in this age.”

French soldiers patrolling in front of the Eiffel Tower Watching for danger: Soldiers on patrol at a landmark in Paris

According to Bakr Naji, violence is an essential tool of the struggle. He is not referring to activities like the airplane attacks on the World Trade Center in New York in September 2001. Instead, he recommends taking “smaller” actions. Above all, they must achieve one goal: to instill fear and horror in the hearts of the “crusaders.”

Turkish F-16 shoots down helicopter ‘carrying plotters’

A man covered with blood points at the Bosphorus bridge as Turkish military clashes with people at the entrance to the bridge in Istanbul on July 16, 2016
A man covered with blood points at the Bosphorus bridge as Turkish military clashes with people at the entrance to the bridge in Istanbul on July 16, 2016 (AFP Photo/Bulent Kilic)

Ankara (AFP) – A Turkish F-16 fighter jet on Friday shot down a Sikorsky helicopter hijacked by coup plotters seeking to oust the government, a presidential source said.

Seventeen police officers were also killed earlier at the military’s special forces headquarters in the capital Ankara, state-run Anadolu news agency reported, without giving further details.

Turkish F-16 patrolling the skies near Ankara could be tracked online

Turkish F-16 patrolling the skies near Ankara could be tracked online

the aviationist

Quite surprisingly a Turkish Air Force F-16C Block 50 could be tracked on Flightradar24.

In the morning on Jul. 16, when it was already enough clear that the military coup in Turkey had failed, at least one Turkish Air Force F-16 was circling to the west of Ankara.

We don’t know whether the TuAF F-16C Block 50 was flown by a loyalist or a “rebel” pilot supporting the takeover because, since the beginning of the revolt, reports have been contradictory as to whether the Air Force supported the coup or remained loyal to Erdogan, that had landed at Istanbul Ataturk international airport overnight.

For sure, a certain number of aircraft supported the coup: Turkish Air Force F-16s performed ultra low-level passes, at rooftop altitude, with full afterburners over Turkey’s capital Ankara during the opening hours of the takeover. These were reportedly refuelled mid-air by TuAF KC-135s launched from Incirlik airbase.

However, some F-16s remained loyal to the Government as seems to be confirmed by the fact that a Turkish Black Hawk helicopter carrying some Turkish high-ranking officers supporting the defiant military was shot down by a Viper.

Anyway, what’s really interesting is that the presence of the Turkish F-16 and its route, altitude and speed (with GS varying from 180 to 570 kts) could be monitored online thanks to Flightradar24.com via MLAT.

The aircraft, serial number 94-0086, could be first spotted around 07.45 UTC and tracked until around 09.00 UTC when it egressed the area towards the southeast (in the direction of Incirlik).

Here below is a video recording of the mission flown by the Turkish F-16.

Image and video via Flightradar24

(updated)–Someone Using WhatsApp To Spread Rumors of Central Asian Attacks On Police, Before the Attacks Begin

[At the same time, this same scenario was unfolding in Armenia (SEE:

In Yerevan, armed men seized the police building, has died).  In an extreme case of jumping to conclusions, or conspiracy theories, we can also see the simultaneous commission of the same violent pattern of anti-police agitation playing-out in the American homeland cop-killings.  How many countries have fallen to this formula so far?  Even America is vulnerable to its own agencies.  Such is the nature of the treasonous, Unconstitutional actors driving these operations (SEE: When Limited Warfare Strategy Seems Like Treason).]

[Following a time-tested method for creating false news, first perfected in Central America, under State Dept. supervisor Otto Reich, using the euphemistic title of Office of Public Diplomacy, false or corrupted media sources launch the false news of an ongoing, big terrorist attack, in order to get the rumor-mill cranking, before actual small-scale terrorist attacks can be carried-out, either by properly trained “lone wolfs”, or by small numbers of military personnel.  The smaller blood-letting serves to validate the bigger story, which originated on the rumor-mill. This confirms in blood that the “terror attack” is real (SEE: Warfare of the Whisper ). 

The purpose of this entire exercise is to generate police and military violence, specifically, “Islamist witch-hunts”, whereas the original Central American/CIA diplomacy was after communists).  Look at Turkey to see what happens in a successful “public diplomacy” terrorist attack…which can be either of the “false flag” variety, committed by the home team, or real attacks by international terrorists, guided by foreign military or intelligence agencies.

The objectives remain secret, but they can be revealed by what comes next.]

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Terrorist attack in Almaty cluttered with rumors


Andrey Zubov

In Almaty, through social networks and WhatsApp rumors about the new armed attacks in different parts of the city.

Interior Ministry and the city authorities are trying to refute false information, but to monitor Whatsapp is almost impossible. As a result, citizens send each other different unverified information.

At first, word spread about the armed attack on a military unit of Airborne Troops in Kapchagai. False information denied the RK Ministry of Defence.

The following three places to check information about the incidents, journalists visited the portal 365info.kz

Our examination

Thus, the message has been verified that in Turksib district there was an attack on the district police department. Then anonymous sources reported from the district Zhuldyz towards the city center are moving about 100 armed people. Both turned out to be false information.

It was also reported on hostage-taking in the shopping centers of the city, for example, in the shopping center «City +». Indeed, the mall was closed, but we were told by representatives of the administration,

the closure of the complex was done as a precaution – in the city has just been declared a “red” level of terrorist threat

Later, there were reports of a bomb found at the station Almaty-1, shooting in the spa-center in Bostandyk district of Almaty and the shooting in the capital of Kazakhstan – Astana.

The Department of Internal Affairs of Astana have denied the rumors and was reminded of the responsibility for the dissemination of false information. In Almaty city the operational headquarters for the fight against terrorism called for the media to publish only official information.

Those killers: first arrested the attackers, one killed

Police detained another participant attacks in Almaty

Almaty police arrested another participant attacks on law enforcement officers in the southern capital.

Photos of detention appeared in social networks . The man in possession of an identity card was found on the name of the 24-year-old Yerzhan Koshaeva and exercise book with recordings of Arabic script.

In a number of media outlets reported that the fake certificate and now the name of the detainee – Ruslan Kulekbaev. He is 27 years old, is a native of Kyzylorda region. The man was wanted on suspicion of murdering a woman.