THE ISIS HIT-LIST WISH-LIST; THOSE WHO COUNT IN THE WORLD OF DEATH

From Ingmar Bergman’s “The Seventh Seal”  to “Death Wish” to “Final Destination” to “Jaws II”,  the Grim Reaper stalks Crusaders and ordinary, obnoxious teens at every corner. And so it is with ISIS and its notorious bugbear and bete noir, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdaadi.  During the last few days, websites, ISIS Facebook pages, Twitter accounts and mostly the “Canonical Committee of the State of Al-Raqqa” have broddcast the ISIS Wish List for the most “Missable People on Earth”.  Here’s the list as we have compiled it:

SYRIAN HOTEL RAT OPPOSITION:

‘Abdul-Hanaan Wali

‘Abdul-Rahmaan Badirkhaan

‘Abdul-Rahmaan Matar

Ahmad Mu’aadh Al-Khateeb (Anybody remember him?)

Ahmad Naqqaash

Ahmad Zakariyyaa

Ameen ‘Eesu

‘Ammaar Al-Qurabi

‘Ammaar Jallu

Anas Al-‘Ali

Anwaar Al-‘Umar

Ayham Al-Hussayn

Baraa` ‘Aqeel

Fadhl Al-Shaqfa

Firaas Al-Haaj Saaleh

Ibraaheem Al-Haaj ‘Ali

Ibraaheem Hammaad

‘Imaad Ghalyoon

Ismaa’eel Khaleel Hassan

Joanne Sa’doon (Commie hag)

Joanne Ma’mu (Paid to appear on the list as a Christian.  Another Commie)

Kaamel Al-Boordeeni

Kamaal Al-Labwaani (He wants the Zionist to attack Syria and promises to give away the Golan Heights)

Kamaal Al-Taweel

Khaaled ‘Abbu

Khaleel Hamm Surk

Khawla Yusuf

Lumaa Al-Ataasi

Maysaa` Aqbeeq (poss. variant: Uqaybiq)

Muhammad Al-Haaj Saaleh

Muhammad Al-‘Uwayd

Muhammad ‘Awdaat

Muhammad Habash

Muhammad Khaleel

Muhammad Mansoor

Mulhim Al-Husni

Naasser Al-Nuqari

Nizaar Ibraaheem

Radhwaan Ziyaada

Raami ‘Attaar

Rabaab Al-Booti (She should be ashamed to carry that glorious name)

Sadreddeen Al-Bayaanooni

Sameer Al-Mutabanni

Shaadiya Muhammad

‘Umar Al-‘Azhem

‘Umar Idlibi

Yaasseen Al-Haaj Saaleh

Waleed Al-Nabwaani

Zakariyyaa Naasser

 

NOTABLE RELIGIOUS FIGURES IN ARABIA AND ELSEWHERE TARGETED FOR DEATH:

The Rabblerousing Rodent Shaykh, ‘Abdul-‘Azeez Al-Turayfi

The Rabblerousing Rodent Shaykh, ‘Abdul-‘Azeez Al-Fawzaan 

Al-Shaykh Naasser Al-‘Umar

Muhammad Al-Hibdaan

Muhammad Al-Jum’ah

Mousaa Al-Ghinaami

NOTABLE ABSENCES:

King Abdullah of Jordan

Recep Tayyib Erdoghan

King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia

Bandar bin Sultaan

Barack Hussein Obama

David Cameron

And the list goes on and on.   I wonder why these fellows were left off.  Mmmmmm.

HECK, IF ISIS IS GOING TO BEHEAD FOLEY AND SOTLOFF, WHY NOT THESE MISCREANTS, WEASELS AND MUTTONHEADS?  GO FOR IT.  WE’RE WITH YOU ALL THE WAY UNTIL WE HAVE TO FINISH YOU OFF.  MAY THEY SOJOURN IN HELL. ZAF

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qwe
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nice movie seventh seal, but i doubt any of this rats know how to play chess, they probably put their king on a suicide truck and rammed it against the first pawn

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heard on the grapevine that germany and france are leaving nato and the EU

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Loved the photo, incredible similarity with a ISIL rat. Half way to hell for all merchant of death.

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ISIS is of course made up of Salafists from other countries majorly Saudi Arabia and Libya under NTC control but the number is fairly low due to Haftar’s Revolution for a Pan-Arab state instead of an “Salafi state”.This whole thing is an invasion to Iraq,Syria and Lebanon.

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of course they need to be wiped off the face of Earth asap.Any real news for Tikrit ???

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Today I discoverd the computer site —Syrian Arab News Agency—SANA. They have daily battlefield reports from all Syria. The news is very good for SAA. In addion, , they have multiple languages to choose from if your English is rough. French and Spanish and Arabic. Some is same as Ziad but more. Another 385 terrorists surrendered today SANA says. I did not see anything on the airfield battle but I could have missed that..

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Obama wrong to label China a ‘free rider’ in Iraq http://www.wantchinatimes.com/news-subclass-cnt.aspx?cid=1101&MainCatID=11&id=20140905000018 China has played an increasingly positive role in the post-war reconstruction of Iraq, but the US seemed reluctant to acknowledge the Chinese contribution and, instead, ungratefully labeled China as “a free rider” that benefited from Iraq’s oil. The US accusation, which comes from nowhere, is nothing but an attempt for Washington to find a scapegoat for its failed policy in Iraq. In an Aug. 8 interview with the New York Times, President Barack Obama called China a “free rider” in Iraq for the last 30 years and blamed China… Read more »

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Ziad, I appreciate so much what you do. So I am not critiquing at all, just offering advice from my perspective. We live good lives here in America. And America has a good society full of integrity and compassion- as long as they know the truth. (unfortunately, they are sometimes naïve of world affairs). But including Obama in a mock death wish list probably will turn off our many of our fellow Americans, and understandably so. This will only make it harder to convince them of the errs (if not evils) of the current US policy in Syria. Otherwise, in… Read more »

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwHLXNj7fXE After watching the video in the link above I was truly in shock to find out how much division there is between Muslims. No wonder the israeli dogs abuse and murder the Palestinians whenever they want. I love Sheikh Imran Nazar Hosein lectures and he is right about many things regarding his study of Islamic Eschatology. I’m not very knowledgeable of how Syria was before all the pre-planned conflict ravaging the country for 3-4 years now, perhaps someone like Ziad can answer… Were Sunni Muslims in Syria ever brutally oppressed? I asked this because all or at least the… Read more »

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I think IS will attack Al-Ithriyah next, look at this map and you will see why:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/88/Syrian_civil_war.png

Is there any hope for your troops in Deir ez-zor and Kweiris, or will they all die like the defenders of Al-Kindi-Hospital?

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Why do the fight at Fajdan need so much time, wouldn´t it be easier to destroy this town and rebuild it later? These little fight´s here and there need troops which are important on other fronts.

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Hama front and the battle on the bulge is very interesting and important. I’m expecting pincer attack on Kafr Zita from Hamamiyat and Morek areas. It could finish this so called rebels offensive in very impressing way.

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Folks, just read this article and the comments, it is heart warming to know many people have woken up to the lies http://rt.com/uk/185064-uk-airstrike-syria-assad/