The ISIS Nightmare Uprising is So Bad Al Qaeda will not Claim Them as a Part of Their Vicious Mob!

Please Take A Look At Our Levant Blog We Put Up March 23, 2014!
The ISIS is so bad Al Qaeda won’t Claim then as a Part of their Mob
The Leader is a Saddam Hussein & Osama Ben Laden Combination!
The ISIS in Iraq has taken control of the northern & western Levant,
Bur it hasn’t taken over the Large East and South Sections of Shiites
And if he is able to take Babylon, which I doubt, Iran will take it Back
British caused current chaos by making Kurds-Shiites-Sunni one State
So the Outcome of this Latest event will be a horn/toe of Daniel 2 & 7
Regardless of who Wins the Victory, Iraq will hate Big and Little Satan!
Iraq will be among the 10 attacking the Little Satan in Post Obama Era!
June 15, 2014

Begin Excerpt from UK Telegraph
June 15, 2014

Read our profile of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi by Colin Freeman, the Telegraph’s chief foreign correspondent: The jihadist behind the takeover of Mosul – and how America let him go,

Freeman writes:

The FBI “most wanted” mugshot shows a tough, swarthy figure, his hair in a jailbird crew-cut. The $10 million price on his head, meanwhile, suggests that whoever released him from US custody four years ago may now be regretting it.

Taken during his years as a detainee at the US-run Camp Bucca in southern Iraq, this is one of the few known photographs of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the new leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq and Syria, now known as the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Shams (ISIS). But while he may lack the photogenic qualities of his hero, Osama bin Laden, he is fast becoming the new poster-boy for the global jihadist movement.

Well-organised and utterly ruthless, the ex-preacher is the driving force behind al-Qaeda’s resurgence throughout Syria and Iraq, putting it at the forefront of the war to topple President Bashar al-Assad and starting a fresh campaign of mayhem against the Western-backed government in Baghdad.

As the Iraqi government seeks to bolster Baghdad’s defences in the face of the ISIS offensive, civilian residents of the capital have been volunteering to fight alongside the national army against the al-Qaeda-inspired fighters:

The Iraqi government says it has boosted Baghdad’s defences as ISIS militants advance towards the capital.

“We put in place a new plan to protect Baghdad,” Brigadier General Saad Maan, an interior ministry spokesman, told AFP.

“The plan consists of intensifying the deployment of forces, and increasing intelligence efforts and the use of technology such as (observation) balloons and cameras and other equipment,” he said.

“We have been in a war with terrorism for a while, and today the situation is exceptional,” the spokesman added.

The Telegraph’s Middle East Correspondent, Richard Spencer, says that while ISIS has Baghdad in its sights, it is questionable whether the militants really have the power to take the capital:

ISIS’s spokesman says the battle for Iraq will move to Baghdad and beyond, to Karbala. That is a highly inflammatory statement, even by his standards – Karbala is the focal point of the Shia faith, the place where its founding imam, Hussein, was killed by the troops of the original Sunni Caliphate at the start of the Sunni-Shia divide.

Whether ISIS gets there is another matter. ISIS has a reputation for doing exactly as it threatens, but Baghdad ought to be a different challenge from Mosul. Unlike Mosul, it has large Shia areas which are still loyal to the government, and perhaps more importantly Shia troops, volunteers and militias defending them will be fighting for their families and sect, not just the nation state and its unpopular leader, Nouri al-Maliki.

Iranian forces are already said to be in Baghdad too. A large-scale western presence means that key installations, such as the large and well-fortified airport compound, are also protected by western security contractors.

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