Thanks for supporting NATO terrorism. Israeli expansion. Destabilization and Ethnic Cleansing! You've done your masters bidding well. Even though there was ample information available that should have stopped your mindless rah rah rah...
Came across the news story below- Ignoring his attention getting stunt in Norway to focus on very important information. Priority information.
|Najmaddin Faraj more popularly known as Mullah Krekar|
This Najmaddin Faraj aka Mullah Krekar is very, very clearly protected under the NATO, global tyranny umbrella
1-He is wanted for terrorism in Italy
2-He is wanted in Iraq, but, Norway won’t deport him
3-He started Ansar al Islam ( a known and recognized Kurdish terror group) in 1994
4- And has been on the UN terror list since 2006
Well, I say... He's in Norway boys, so go and get him! After all it is 2016?
‘The 59-year-old cleric still risks being extradited to Italy to face terror charges there. He is accused of having a hand in planning terrorist activities and is the head of the organization Rawti Shax.”
Krekar was born in Sulaimani in the Kurdistan Region and is the father of four children.
He completed a master’s degree in Islamic studies in Pakistan and moved to Norway in 1991, where he established the Salafist jihadi group Ansar al-Islam in 1994.
Since 2006, Krekar has been on the United Nations’ terror list.
The Norwegian conservative party in 2002 raised the issue of national security and demanded his deportation.
Iraq has demanded his extradition for trial, but that has been denied by Norway, which prohibits the expulsion of an individual without a guarantee against the death penalty or torture.
In 2013, negotiations for Krekar’s deportation to Iraq failed, after Iraqi officials could not promise Norway that the cleric would not face torture or execution after deportation."
Let’s now talk about Ansar al Islam- Council on Foreign Relations From 2008:
Ansar al-Islam (Iraq, Islamists/Kurdish Separatists), Ansar al-Sunnah
Corroborating the Kurdish preacher as creator of the Kurdish Islamist Militant Terror Group.
Ansar al-Islam (Supporters of Islam) is a militant Islamic Kurdish separatist movement seeking to transform Iraq into an Islamic state. Mullah Krekar, also known as Faraj Ahmad Najmuddin, reportedly founded Ansar al-Islam in December 2001 with funding and logistical support from al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden.
The U.S. State Department in 2003 asked a UN Security Council sanctions committee to add Ansar al-Islam to its list of entities and individuals are linked with al-Qaeda (PDF), the Taliban, or Osama bin Laden. Such a move obligates UN member states to freeze the group's assets. It initially operated under the name Jund al-Islam (MEIB) (Soldiers of Islam), but has since dropped the name.
Since the beginning of the war in Iraq, U.S. officials have accused Ansar al-Islam of training and deploying suicide bombers against U.S.-led coalition troops in Iraq. Ansar was named a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) by the U.S. Department of State on March 22, 2004 and is considered an active force in northern and central Iraq today.
The roots of Ansar al-Islam extend back to the mid-1990s. The group consists of Islamist groups that splintered from the Islamic Movement of Kurdistan (IMK) in northern Iraq.
Ansar al-Islam announced its official inception a few days before the September 11 attacks. One month before, leaders of several Kurdish Islamist groups reportedly visited the al-Qaeda leadership in Afghanistan seeking to create a base for al-Qaeda in northern Iraq (MERIA). In late 2003, Abu Abdullah al-Shafii (a.k.a. Warba Holiri al-Kurdi) reportedly took over leadership of Ansar from Mullah Krekar, who has been in exile in Norway for allegations of terrorism in his home country and links to Ansar al-Islam as the organization's leader.
Mullah Krekar and Ansar al-Islam
Mullah Krekar, who is believed to have started Ansar al-Islam, has been living as a refugee in Norway since the 1990's. Krekar has been accused of financing terrorist organizations within Iraq and sending money to them from Norway. In 2002, his refugee status was revoked because Norwegian officials claimed Krekar had traveled to Iraq and had helped fund and orchestrate various terrorist organizations, which he denied. In 2003, the Norwegian government ordered Krekar to be deported to Iraq, but the order has not been implemented due to the security environment in Iraq. Norwegian law also prohibits the country from exporting a refugee back to a country where the death penalty will be inflicted upon the accused.
In December 2006, the U.S. Treasury Department designated Krekar as an individual who was providing financial support to terrorist organizations, including allegations linking him to Ansar al-Islam, Ansar al-Sunnah and al-Qaeda. The department's press release said the designation "freezes any assets the designees may have under U.S. jurisdiction and prohibits all financial and commercial transactions by any U.S. person with the designees."
On November 7, 2007 the Supreme Court of Norway ruled that Krekar is a threat to Norway's national security, upholding the February 2003 decision by the government to deport him to Iraq. It is still unclear when Krekar will be deported due to Iraq's death penalty laws.
The emergence of Ansar al-Islam as threat
Ansar al-Islam operates primarily in northern and central Iraq and claims the second largest number of Sunni (Kurdish) jihadist attacks in Iraq after Al-Qaeda in Iraq. The group targets coalition forces, Iraqi government and security forces, and Iraqi political parties. Ansar al-Islam made headlines in September 2001 when it ambushed and killed forty-two PUK fighters. Ansar al-Islam continued to organize small terrorist threats (CSMonitor) in the war era of Iraq, but their major terrorist attack came three years after the occupation in Iraq started. (in sync with the US/UK) On February 1, 2004, during Eid al-Adha, the Muslim festival that celebrates the willingness of Abraham to sacrifice his son Ishmael to Allah, the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan were celebrating the holiday in Erbil, Iraq, when suicide bombers entered the PUK and KDP headquarters and killed 109 (MEIB) people, including KDP Deputy Prime Minister Sami Abdul Rahman.Notice the Kurdish Islamists are more then happy to kill their Kurdish brethren, so called
Which is why I do not believe "Saddam gassed the Kurds". It is much more sensible that fanatical kurdish factions gassed other kurds.
In January 2005 the group assassinated Sheik Mahmoud Finjan (Mahmoud al-Madaeeni), an assistant to senior Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, in the Salman Park area of Baghdad as he was returning from evening prayers.
The transformation into Ansar al-Sunnah
On September 1, 2001, al-Tawhid, Hamas and Soran Forces announced the formation of Jund al-Islam. The group declared jihad (holy war) against secular and other political parties in Iraqi Kurdistan deemed to have deviated from the "true path of Islam," according to a report by the U.S.-based rights monitor Human Rights Watch.
Jund al-Islam, led by al-Shafii, seized control of several villages near Halabja, Iraq in September 2001 and established a local administration governed according to Sharia law. Mullah Krekar formed Ansar al-Islam as a merger of Jund al-Islam and a splinter group of the Islamic Movement in Kurdistan.
In the area then under its control, Ansar barred women from education and employment, confiscated musical instruments, and banned music both in public and private, banned televisions, and threatened the use of Islamic punishments of amputation, flogging, and stoning (hey that sounds just like ISIS!!!) to death for offenses such as theft, the consumption of alcohol, and adultery, said Human Rights Watch.
As I stated in a previous post:
"These are the people who raided Iraq & Syria and are now in the process of destroying Turkey. Next will come Iran. The Kurds are Sunni Muslim and many of them are very radical, ardent, one could say fanatical islamists, just like ISIS. It's all been done in plain site. You just had to have eyes to see it. And be able to sort fact from flights of fancy"