The Jihadist army ISIS is incredibly vulnerable and exposed, Col. John Warden (USAF – Ret.) analyzes. It would be very easy for the U.S. and allies to severely disrupt ISIS with very limited air operations, military actions, and unspecified other technical measures. We can put ISIS into a position that will be impossible for them to be maintained, without doing all that much from a US military position. Warden’s analysis is holistic and not limited only to U.S. actions alone. He would counsel orchestrating the capabilities from several countries in the region.
With the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) having taken control of border posts in Iraq on the border with Jordan, putting Saudi Arabia’s security in danger, Saudi King Abdullah has put the army and security forces on the highest alert. According to the Saudi state-run news agency:
“Anticipating (that) the terrorist organizations or others might carry out actions that might disturb the security of the homeland, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques has ordered taking all necessary measures to protect the gains of the homeland and its territories in addition to the security and stability of the Saudi people.”
The more Muslims and people who champion Islamic ideas imported into a society, the more Islamic influence there will be in that society. This is basic logic: if you import large numbers of Muslims to a country, you get more Islamization. It’s pretty simple, really. So, what can be done? A hard-line option might be to say explicitly that Islamic culture is incompatible with our culture. Therefore, Muslim immigration to all European and Western nations will be immediately and permanently halted. This will probably be seen as too provocative by many people, however.
It is deeply irresponsible of Western political leaders in such a situation to continue large-scale immigration from unstable Muslim societies. Our cities should not be turned into battlegrounds for clashing Middle Eastern tribes.
“What we’re talking about now — Islamic terrorism. When you’re watching the news this morning and you’re hearing about terrorists in Syria, in Jordan, in Lebanon, Boko Haram, in Sudan, in Nigeria … I can go down the list, every single incident when you’re watching the news — it’s not Buddhist terrorists, it’s not Christian terrorists,” she said. “Yes, there are some crazy people who commit terrorism, but right now the terrorism on mass scales, the bodies piled up, people being beheaded … that is barbarism on a mass scale and that’s unacceptable in civilized society.”
Watch Sean Hannity’s “Radical Muslims on the March” where Jamie Glazov took part in a discussion with Brigitte Gabriel and Pamela Geller and others about the totalitarian movement that seeks to destroy Western civilization.
The denial of the reality of jihad is thicker than ever, even as jihadis advance around the world. And it endangers us all. The world is in flames because of Islamic jihad. Will those flames finally burn away the all-blanketing fog of disinformation, misinformation, and willful ignorance concerning the nature and magnitude of the jihad threat? Perhaps. But there is no telling how much else will be burned away along with it.
Our troops must adhere to the sharia during the Islamic month of Ramadan in Bahrain and other Muslim countries. Subjected to dawah (proselytizing) by an Islamic cultural adviser at the Naval Support Activity, soldiers are forced to sit through lessons on Islam. No eating, drinking, alcohol, smoking during the month of Ramadan. This is what the Obama administration and the US military are obsessed with as armies of jihad tear through the Middle East.
This is very important to understand because this is a common goal of all the major jihadist organizations across the world. It is shared by al Qaeda, Hamas, Lashkar e Taiba, Abu Sayyef, Jemaah Islamiyah, Boko Haram, Al Shabaab and others. The shared goal transcends any disagreements over borders and pure politics.