Friday, September 19, 2014

Kurdish fighters are outnumbered by ISIS/ISIL/IS/xyz jihadis on the Turkish border

The more action the West takes against these monsters, the more grows their hatred for the West and thousands more Sunni Muslims are joining the jihadi army. The bombing from Western jets is the best recruitment advertisement for joining the jihad. You have to remember that the areas these disgusting bastards have been pillaging the last many weeks are strongholds of Sunnis with a sprinkling of non-Sunni minorities.  These are their recruiting grounds, every inch they take of a Sunni location, their numbers will grow. Hey, but why worry eh? Obama now has a TRILLION $s budget to do with whatever he wants to.  A nice big juicy part of it is gonna go to arm, fund and give lotta love to the "moderate jihadis" who will miraculously go forth and defeat the "not so moderate jihadis" .... so let's just relax and enjoy the show.  

And, listen .... has anyone missed seeing all the news of the NFL and NFL only.  You couldn't have missed it if you put on your TV for even a minute or got on the internet.  What a nice way to distract the sheeple's attention from the jihadi threat to domestic violence stories, eh?

And, just in case you haven't noticed, let me point out that ... not Saudi Arabia, not the UAE, not Kuwait, not Bahrain, not Qatar, not Turkey, not Lebanon .... none of these countries that have an overwhelming Sunni population have offered to drop missiles on their jihadi brothers. They are all playing the good cop. Why is that?  And why is the West  going to war on behalf of Sunni nations who won't ever do any heavy lifting?  

From AlJazeera dated Sep 18
Kurds call for help to fight ISIL in Syria  
Turkish Kurds issue call to arms after Islamic State group fighters besiege Kurdish Syrian city in major assault.

Islamic State fighters have besieged a Kurdish city in northern Syria after seizing 21 villages in a major assault, prompting a call to arms from Kurds in neighbouring Turkey who urged followers to go and help resist the group's advance.

Thursday’s attack on the city of Ayn al-Arab, known as Kobani in Kurdish, came two days after a top US military officer said the Syrian opposition would probably need the help of the Syrian Kurds to defeat the Islamic State (ISIL) fighters.

ISIL fighters, armed with heavy weaponry including tanks, seized  the villages near Kobani in an offensive which the UK-based Syrian Observatory monitoring group said had started on Tuesday night.

It said 21 villages had fallen to Islamic State in the last 24 hours.............

From AFP dated today:
Islamic State jihadists have seized 60 Kurdish villages  near the Turkish border in a lightning two-day campaign, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Friday.
"In the past 48 hours, they have taken 60 villages, 40 on Friday alone," said Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman, referring to the operation around Ain al-Arab, known to the Kurds as Kobane.
"The Kurdish fighters are beating a retreat because they are outnumbered."

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