If you are curious just how Muslims reacted when they see a Christian church in a predominantly Muslim areas of Pakistan on fire, here is your example that proves just how heartless these devout Muslim followers truly are.
Here's a compilation showing them not just blocking fire trucks from entering the roadways in order to put out the flames, but they actually throw things on the fire to ensure the church is completely destroyed.
Islam, the so-called religion of peace is the exact opposite!
The death toll from Saturday's truck bombing in Somalia's capital is now over 300, the director of an ambulance service said Monday, as the country reeled from the deadliest single attack it's ever experienced.
Dr. Abdulkadir Adam of Aamin Ambulance service said more people had died of their wounds in the past few hours.
Funerals began, and the death toll was expected to rise again.
Saturday's truck bombing targeted a crowded street in Mogadishu, and about 300 others were injured. Somalia's government is blaming the al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group, which has not commented.
Officials said more than 70 critically injured people were being airlifted to Turkey for treatment on Monday as international aid began to arrive.
Nervous relatives stood on the tarmac at the airport, praying for the recovery of their loved ones.
Overwhelmed hospitals in Mogadishu were struggling to assist other badly wounded victims, many burned beyond recognition.
ISIS Terrorists have apparently brainwashed an entirely new species into fighting their wars for them, Bears!
Watch as 2 peshmerga soldiers are killed by a wild grizzly bear that appeared out of nowhere and begin attacking them.
ISIS is reported to have taken 400 civilians as 'human shields' as they prepare to leave their stronghold of Raqqa in Syria. Jihadist Islamic State militants are said to be 'hours away' from a crushing defeat - but they are reportedly attempting to use the civilians as a bargaining tool. The U.S.-led coalition however said it wanted the unconditional surrender of all IS militants in Raqqa. Its spokesman said around 100 jihadist fighters had surrendered in Raqqa in the last 24 hours and had been "removed from the city", and it still expected difficult fighting "in the days ahead". YPG officials said the Syrian city could be cleared of jihadists by tomorrow at the latest following a major offensive launched in June to oust the extremists.
The Trump administration is claiming that they worked with Pakistan to free the family.
MSNBC’s Hans Nichols reported Thursday that President Trump’s administration had secured the release of an American family held captive by the Taliban.
“We just heard, moments ago, from President Donald Trump claiming credit, saying that the United States government, working with the Pakistani government, secured the release of this family,” Nichols said.
The American family has been handed over to U.S. authorities and ready to head home.
However, Nichols said that it was not clear how Pakistan was involved in the release, given many Trump administration officials’ distrust of the country.
Trump is making a habit of securing the release of U.S. hostages. In April, the president convinced Egypt to release American aid worker Aya Hijazi.
His administration also brought home student Otto Warmbier from North Korea, before he tragically died.
After successfully obliterating the ISIS convoy, the Syrian Army and Hezbollah found this footage on the GO Pro camera of the terror group.
During a recent rally for Muslim students at UCLA, one of the leaders of the Muslim Student Association (MSA), Amir Abdel Malik, proclaimed that his Muslim Brotherhood-backed group would “die to establish Islam” in America, where he publicly announced his group’s credos that poses a direct threat to our country’s national security. This is the Muslim Students’ Association Pledge of Allegiance is almost identical to terrorists’ credos, where it states:
“Islam is my Life.”
“The Koran is my Guide.”
“The Sunna is my Practice.”
“Jihad is my Spirit.”
“Righteousness is my Character, and Paradise is my Goal.”
“I enjoy what is right.”
“I forbid what is wrong.”
“And I will fight against oppression.”
“AND I WILL DIE TO ESTABLISH ISLAM.”
A massive group of Muslim migrants launch an attack on British citizens attempting to enter the magistrates court in Birmingham, UK.
Several people that were attacked were part of the group that was apparently attempting to stop a mosque from being built.
IPOA has asked all University of Nairobi students who were assaulted by police to record statements at their office.
In a letter signed by CEO Joel Mabonga, the Independent Policing Oversight Authority said all affected students must visit their office at Upper Hill in Nairobi.
"It has come to our attention that the University of Nairobi has been indefinitely closed. IPOA is kindly appealing to the 26 students injured during the police assault on September28 not to leave until they have recorded statements with IPOA," read the Tuesday letter.
Mabonga noted this will help fast-track investigations.
He asked members of the public with information that would help the probe to get in touch with them.
"We urge patience and cooperation from all parties from whom we may require assistance to complete these investigations."
A series of airstrikes carried out by Russian military targeted various positions of anti-government forces, close to the Syrian town of Abu-Kamal in Deir ez-Zor, near to the Iraq-Syria border, Saturday. The airstrikes destroyed the command outposts of the militants, as well as 30 SUVs, some of them mounted with DShK and ZU-23-2 machine guns.
Multiple people have been injured after a car allegedly ploughed into pedestrians outside London's famous Natural History Museum.
Shocked eyewitnesses described how the vehicle "drove into people" near the museum, with victims seen being treated in the street.
Police confirmed a number of people had been wounded, although the extent of their injuries is unclear.
Dramatic footage appeared to show a man being pinned on the ground by security officers, with blood spattered on the street beneath his chin.
In the clip, he can be seen being held on the floor at the scene in South Kensington, west London, surrounded by members of the public and stationary vehicles.
Muslim migrants in France continue to cause chaos on the streets as they systematically attacked police, burn buildings and cars, and refuse to allow people to drive on the roadways freely without blocking them and attacking them.
The son of the former Secretary General of the National Liberation Front (FLN), Amar Saâdani, violently assaulted the militant Rashid Nekkaz on Friday morning, the latter said on his Facebook page.
Rachid Nekkaz, with a bloody face, is broadcasting a video showing the alleged son of Saadani being caught by French security agents.
A gunman perched on the 32nd floor of a Las Vegas hotel-casino unleashed a hail of bullets on an outdoor country music festival below, killing 59 people as tens of thousands of concertgoers screamed and ran for their lives, officials said Monday. It was the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
At least 515 others were injured in the Sunday night attack, authorities said.
SWAT teams using explosives stormed the gunman's hotel room in the sleek, gold-colored glass skyscraper and found he had killed himself, authorities said. The gunman , identified as Stephen Craig Paddock, a 64-year-old retiree from Mesquite, Nevada, had as many as 10 guns with him, including rifles, they said.
Asked about the motive for the attack, Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said: "I can't get into the mind of a psychopath at this point."
The sheriff said a check of federal and state databases showed Paddock was not on law enforcement authorities' radar before the bloodbath.
Gunmen and a suicide bomber killed at least four people, and left nearly 40 wounded in an attack on a court complex in Libya's northwestern city of Misrata
A U.S. MQ-9 Reaper drone was shot down in western Yemen on Sunday, officials at U.S. Central Command confirmed to Military Times.
Multiple outlets reported on Sunday that Houthi rebels had claimed they shot down a drone. Images of the wreckage were posted by the rebel faction’s news agency SABA.
Houthi air defense systems brought down the drone in Sanaa, the capital of Yemen, SABA claimed.
“We assess that an MQ-9 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle was shot down in western Yemen on Oct. 1, 2017. This incident is under investigation,” said Maj. Earl Brown, a spokesperson for U.S. Central Command.
The MQ-9 is predominately an armed hunter-killer drone but the unmanned aircraft is also capable of surveillance and intelligence collection.
Alex Jones breaks the news as he receives it live on air: the hostage rescue team responsible for ending the shooting spree found ANTIFA literature in the shooter's Las Vegas hotel room.
Iran deployed a dozen tanks supported by artillery at its border with Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region on Monday, a Kurdish official said, adding that the move was a dangerous escalation in the crisis triggered by Iraqi Kurdistan’s independence vote.
“The tanks can be seen from the Kurdish side,” an official from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) security council told Reuters, adding that the move was a “dangerous escalation.”
Iraq’s Kurds overwhelmingly voted for independence in a referendum held one week ago, defying the central government in Baghdad as well as neighboring Turkey and Iran, which fear Kurdish separatism within their own borders.
The deployment at the Parviz Khan border point on Monday was part of joint military drills conducted by the Iranian and the Iraqi armed forces in response to the referendum, state media in Tehran said. The exercises began last Sunday, according to Iran’s Mehr news agency.
The KRG says it plans to use the referendum’s result as a mandate to negotiate the peaceful secession of the Kurdish region through talks with Baghdad.
KRG President Masoud Barzani said on Monday it was legitimate to hold the vote in the Kurdish areas, including in the multi-ethnic oil city of Kirkuk, also claimed by Baghdad.
“Kirkuk is a Kurdistani city which should become an example for the coexistence of nations and religions,” he said during a visit to Kirkuk.
Assault weapons may be illegal in Paris, but that didn't stop this Muslim migrant from obtaining a weapon and getting into a shootout with Paris police as terrified onlookers watched.
Canadian police said an attack on an officer outside a football game with a car and knife, and a high-speed chase of a U-Haul van that left four other people injured in the western city of Edmonton, Alberta, are being investigated as acts of terrorism.
Edmonton Police chief Rod Knecht said that officers took a suspect in custody and they think he acted alone. Knecht said an Islamic State group flag was found in the car that hit the officer. They later described him as a 30-year-old Edmonton man.
The attack began outside Commonwealth Stadium on Saturday night when police say a white Chevrolet Malibu rammed a traffic control barricade and sent an officer flying into the air 15 feet. A Canadian Football League game was in progress at the stadium.
A suspect who allegedly attacked a police officer with a knife and later drove a U-Haul truck into pedestrians in Edmonton, Alberta is being investigated for "acts of terrorism," police in the Canadian city said early Sunday.
The 30-year-old man was detained after a high-speed chase through streets filled with Saturday night revellers and local football fans.
Edmonton Police Chief Rod Knecht told reporters that the suspect was in custody and they think he acted alone, but they aren't ruling out the possibility that others were involved.
An apparent ISIS flag was seized from the passenger seat of the truck, he confimed.
“We believe the individual acted alone," Knecht said. He confirmed that an ISIS flag was seized from the vehicle initially connected with the attack on the police officer.
The chaos began outside the Edmonton Eskimos football game at Commonwealth Stadium at 8 p.m. local time (10 p.m. ET) Saturday when police say a vehicle rammed a traffic control barricade and sent an officer flying into the air.
Knecht says the driver of the vehicle then got out and “viciously” stabbed the officer several times with a knife before fleeing.
The officer was taken to hospital and treated for non life-threatening injuries.
At around midnight, a U-Haul van was stopped at an impaired driving stop north of downtown and the driver sped off with police in pursuit, Knecht said.
The U-Haul hit and injured four pedestrians before it flipped over. Their condition was not immediately known.
Knecht said the apparent ISIS flag would be "part of the investigation," adding that there had been no prior warning of a specific attack.
Police said at least 50 people were detained Saturday during a right-wing demonstration in Sweden’s second-largest city that left one police officer and several others injured.
The rally by the Nordic Resistance Movement in Goteborg, 400 kilometers (248 miles) southwest of Stockholm, featured an estimated 600 people marching in formation in all-black outfits. Some wore helmets and held shields, while others hoisted the movement’s green-and-white flags.
Police had posted flyers before the event warning people not to act in a way reminiscent of German Nazis demonstrations in the 1930s and 1940s.
NMR, which promotes an openly anti-Semitic doctrine, originally sought to pass near a downtown synagogue during the march, which coincided with Yom Kippur, Judaism’s holiest day of the year. But Swedish courts intervened and shortened the route to less than one kilometer (0.6 mile.) The rally’s ending time also was shortened to avoid clashing with a nearby soccer game.
Counter-demonstrators threw fireworks and attempted several times to break police lines, allegedly to confront NMR members, who also tried to get past riot police. Several were detained on suspicion of rioting, police said.
“Stones, bottles and sticks were also thrown at us,” police spokesman Hans Lippens said.
Spanish police in riot gear smashed in the doors of polling stations and dragged protesters away by the hair, beating some with batons and firing rubber bullets at others on Sunday as they tried to shut down an illegal referendum on independence in Catalonia.
Despite the police brutality against largely peaceful demonstrations, voting began in many locations across northeast Spain at 9 a.m. The Catalan government said 73 percent of polling stations were open. Spain’s representative in the region, Enric Millo, said the vote had been “dismantled.”
Catalan President Carles Puigdemont said the crackdown had been an “unjustified, excessive and irresponsible use of violence.”
“It didn’t end Catalans’ desire to vote and decide freely about their future, but it has helped to answer all the questions we had to address today,” he said at a voting site near Girona that had been raided by the Civil Guard. “Today, the Spanish state lost.”
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy deployed thousands of police from outside Catalonia ahead of the vote to maintain public order, with the crisis already roiling his minority government.
This is the moment an ISIS fighter armed with a machine gun films the grisly end he meets from a rocket-propelled grenade. The terrorist fighter – wearing a GoPro-style body camera - films an attack unfolding on his position from in front of him. First one grenade rips into the pillar of building showering him in shards of concrete, but instead of retreating he moves forward to engage his foes. Dramatic film has also emerged of two Kurdish fighters sneaking up on ISIS position and taking out two guards in the blink of an eye. The terror group is now losing the battle across the Middle East, the US led-coalition said this week.
FBI Director Christopher Wray warned Congress on Wednesday that terrorist groups are looking to use drones to wage attacks in the U.S.
“I think we do know that terrorist organizations have an interest in using drones,” Wray testified in a hearing for the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee.
“We’ve seen that overseas already with growing frequency. I think the expectation is that it’s coming here imminently. I think they are relatively easy to acquire, relatively easy to operate, and quite difficult to disrupt and monitor,” Wray added.
Nicholas Rasmussen, the director of the National Counterterrorism Center echoed Wray’s concerns.
“Two years ago this was not a problem. A year ago it was an emerging problem. Now it’s a real problem. So we’re quickly trying to up our game,” Rasmussen testified during the hearing.
He said that counterterrorism agencies have ramped up efforts to bring together intelligence professionals to help understand the tactics and techniques that drone-using terrorist groups might employ.
“That could be dropping small explosives the size of a grenade. It could be dispersal of toxins, potentially,” Rasmussen said.
Hundreds marched against a scheduled (but then canceled) "Dixie Freedom Rally" in Austin, Texas, on Saturday. Public pressure against the event was immense, and after receiving threats of violence, the Texas Confederate Militia decided to postpone the event to a later date. That didn't stop the counter march the Austin chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America had planned.
Chanting their way through downtown Austin, the capital of Texas, demonstrators denounced Confederate symbolism and called for the dismantling of public works and streets that bear the name of Confederate icons. At the end of the march, fights broke out both between protesters and between protesters and police. Two people were arrested. Event organizers reached out to lawyers and are fighting the charges.
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, only Virginia has more Confederate symbols (which include roads, schools, statues and county names) than Texas.
Austin has already been taking steps to remove public reminders of its history as part of the Confederacy. Just last week Texas House Speaker Joe Strauss called for removal of a plaque near the Capitol that asserts slavery was not the underlying cause of the Civil War. And finally after years of resistance, administrators at the University of Texas Austin decided to take down Confederate statues on campus.
Dr. Phil confronts a guest about drinking vodka out of a water bottle before speaking with him onstage.
A Russian submarine fired off cruise missiles which struck jihadi targets almost 200 miles away in Syria. Newly-released footage shows weapons being blasted from the Veliky Novgorod vessel in the Mediterranean Sea on Friday. Missiles are seen being launched high into the air from the submarine before buildings in Idlib, Syria, are obliterated. Russian defence chiefs said the offensive was launched in response to an attack by jihadists on government-held swathes of northwest Syria. Command centres, armoured vehicles and jihadi training centres were struck from a distance of 300km away (186 miles), defence chiefs said.
Extraordinary footage has captured the moment ISIS jihadis were reportedly killed in an explosion after being hunted down by a Syrian army tank.
Extremists can be heard crying and screaming before and after the blast as gunshots ring in the background.
Go-pro video shows terror fanatics panicking when they spot a tank as they travel through desert in an armoured car.
The footage was seized by Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Hezbollah forces after the ISIS convoy was obliterated in the offensive, according to the Syriana Analysis YouTube account .
According to Syrian News , government forces foiled an ISIS attack on their barracks near Hmaimeh in Homs. Five vehicles were destroyed and 13 terrorists killed in the battle.
In the final moments before the jihadists are blown to bits, they can be heard saying "the tank will bomb us," in a translated version of the video.
If you still don't believe that the president of Syria needs to be removed from office ASAP, perhaps you should watch this video of his military launching a deadly attack on a hospital that is known to be packed with people due to the ongoing conflict in the region.
Listen as the officers openly discuss which section of the hospital to attack, they pick the maternity ward that one officer admits is probably filled with women and children.
A barbaric public execution being staged by Islamic State fighters was stopped in its tracks as a British missile wiped out a sniper. The extraordinary footage shows a crowd of civilians being forced at gunpoint to gather in the Syrian town of Abu Kamal to watch the spectactle. Two shackled prisoners are pulled out the back of a van, ready to be killed in public. But seconds later, a single RAF Hellfire missile hits its target - a sniper who had been keeping watch on a roof nearby - and the whole area is sent into chaos. And the execution is unable to go ahead.