ISIS a mistake that should be erased

“ISIL”, “ISIS”, “Daesh”, and “Islamic State group” redirect here. For other uses, see ISIL (disambiguation), ISIS (disambiguation), Daish (disambiguation), and Islamic state (disambiguation). The group is known in Arabic...
“ISIL”, “ISIS”, “Daesh”, and “Islamic State group” redirect here. For other uses, see ISIL (disambiguation), ISIS (disambiguation), Daish (disambiguation), and Islamic state (disambiguation).

The group is known in Arabic as ad-Dawlah al-Islāmiyah fī ‘l-ʿIrāq wa-sh-Shām, leading to the acronymDa’ish or Daesh (داعش, Arabic pronunciation: [ˈdaːʕiʃ]),[36][37] the Arabic equivalent of “ISIL”. On 29 June 2014, the group proclaimed itself to be a worldwide caliphate, with Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi being named its caliph, and renamed itself ad-Dawlah al-Islāmiyah (الدولة الإسلامية, “Islamic State” (IS)). As a caliphate, it claims religious, political and military authority over all Muslims worldwide, and that “the legality of all emirates, groups, states, and organisations, becomes null by the expansion of the khilāfah’s [caliphate’s] authority and arrival of its troops to their areas”.[28][38][39][40] The United Nations has held ISIL responsible for human rights abuses and war crimes, and Amnesty International has reported ethnic cleansing by the group on a “historic scale”. The group has been designated a terrorist organisation by the United Nations, the European Unionand member states, the United States, India, Indonesia, Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Syria and other countries. Over 60 countries are directly or indirectly waging war against ISIL.The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL; Arabic: الدولة الإسلامية في العراق والشام‎), also known as theIslamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS, /ˈsɨs/), the Islamic State of Iraq and ash-Sham,[28] or simplyIslamic State (IS),[29] is a Wahhabi/Salafi jihadist extremist militant group and self-proclaimed Islamic stateand caliphate, which is led by and mainly composed of Sunni Arabs from Iraq and Syria. As of March 2015, it has control over territory occupied by 10 million people in Iraq and Syria, and through loyal local groups, has control over small areas of Libya, Nigeria and Afghanistan. The group also operates or has affiliates in other parts of the world, including North Africa and South Asia.[30][31][32][33][34][35]

Timeline Atrocities made by ISIS

Briefly this was ISIS explained by written words of Wikipedia.


But in plain text ISIS is an international terrorist group that gives a bad name to ISLAM as one peaceful religion. This time TBU NEWS is not going to talk about religions etc it is not a main point of this thought. TBU NEWS will emphasize that there is no religion in the world that you should wage wars in their name, behead people, plant bombs etc. You can not kill people in the name of GOD, UNIVERSE, COSMOS and what is worst to believe  that GOD / UNIVERSE / SOURCE will stand behind it. NO it is not a case and it will never happen. GOD UNIVERSE however you want to call it, is giving you energy of life, free will and a choice and in between it gives you the variables,  signs, opportunities, information, life circumstances, life lessons   from whome you  should decide and make a choice. If you interpret the Bible, Koran and other religious books in a right way in a way of light (from heart and soul) not darkness (from mind)  you will see that there is no mentioning of killing other people because they are not acting or thinking the same as you do. There is no mentioning that you must clean the world of infidels (people that are not believing in your believes and do not share the same dark vision). So NO and it must stop this way or another. It is enough.

ISIS this was the name of Egyptian goddess Isis :

In the typical form of her myth, Isis was the first daughter of Geb, god of the Earth, and Nut, goddess of the Sky, and she was born on the fourth intercalary day. She married her brother, Osiris, and she conceived Horus with him. Isis was instrumental in the resurrection of Osiris when he was murdered by Set.

So this terrorist group does not deserve to be called ISIS. TBU NEWS is going to call it IS (terrorist group).


  • The Arabic word “jihad” is often translated as “holy war,” but in a purely linguistic sense, the word ” jihad” means struggling or striving.
  • The arabic word for war is: “al-harb”.
  • In a religious sense, as described by the Quran and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (s), “jihad” has many meanings. It can refer to internal as well as external efforts to be a good Muslims or believer, as well as working to inform people about the faith of Islam.
  • If military jihad is required to protect the faith against others, it can be performed using anything from legal, diplomatic and economic to political means. If there is no peaceful alternative, Islam also allows the use of force, but there are strict rules of engagement. Innocents – such as women, children, or invalids – must never be harmed, and any peaceful overtures from the enemy must be accepted.
  • Military action is therefore only one means of jihad, and is very rare. To highlight this point, the Prophet Mohammed told his followers returning from a military campaign: “This day we have returned from the minor jihad to the major jihad,” which he said meant returning from armed battle to the peaceful battle for self-control and betterment.
  • In case military action appears necessary, not everyone can declare jihad. The religious military campaign has to be declared by a proper authority, advised by scholars, who say the religion and people are under threat and violence is imperative to defend them. The concept of “just war” is very important.
  • The concept of jihad has been hijacked by many political and religious groups over the ages in a bid to justify various forms of violence. In most cases, Islamic splinter groups invoked jihad to fight against the established Islamic order. Scholars say this misuse of jihad contradicts Islam.
  • Examples of sanctioned military jihad include the Muslims’ defensive battles against the Crusaders in medieval times, and before that some responses by Muslims against Byzantine and Persian attacks during the period of the early Islamic conquests.


  • Jihad is not a violent concept.
  • Jihad is not a declaration of war against other religions. It is worth noting that the Koran specifically refers to Jews and Christians as “people of the book” who should be protected and respected. All three faiths worship the same God. Allah is just the Arabic word for God, and is used by Christian Arabs as well as Muslims.
  • Military action in the name of Islam has not been common in the history of Islam. Scholars says most calls for violent jihad are not sanctioned by Islam.
  • Warfare in the name of God is not unique to Islam. Other faiths throughout the world have waged wars with religious justifications

So JIHAD is and it means “the spiritual struggle within oneself against sin” and this words should remembered because this is what we all should do no matter what religion or god we believe in or not believe.

Religion should be the deepest human emotion towards the source of all Light not darkness. But as said everyone has its own choice and free will but every action has an reaction.

TBU NEWS is going to give you some timeline of ISIS beheading people:

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Syrian soldiers July 25, 2014 -Photos of the beheadings of a number of Syrian soldiers were posted by ISIL members to social media on July 25, 2014. The reports said up to 75 Syrian soldiers from a captured base were beheaded with their heads and bodies displayed along the streets.

Khaled Sharrouf – Aug 15, 2014  – In 2014, Australian citizen Khaled Sharrouf joined ISIL.[12] Sharrouf’s activities received wide coverage in Australia following his posting in August 2014 of a photo of his 7-year-old son holding the decapitated head of a Syrian soldier.[13] The incident was strongly condemned by Australian leaders and by the public.[14][15][16] Sharrouf’s activities are thought to be war crimes.[17] The incident raised concerns about Australian Muslims being recruited for terrorist activity abroad, and the possibility that the recruits would return to Australia and conduct attacks.[18] Sharrouf was reported to have been killed on 19 June 2015 by a drone strike.[19] His death was not confirmed, and later reports suggest that he is still alive.


James Foley – Aug 19, 2014 – James Wright Foley (October 18, 1973 – c. August 19, 2014) was an American freelance journalist and photojournalist of the Syrian Civil War when he was abducted on November 22, 2012, in northwestern Syria. Foley was the first American citizen to be killed by “Jihadi John“.[21] James Foley’s beheading by ISIL received wide condemnation in the United States.


Ali al-Sayyed –  Aug 28, 2014 – Lebanese Army Sergeant Ali al-Sayyed (July 15, 1985 – c. August 28, 2014) was beheaded following his capture by ISIL during theBattle of Arsal.[22][23] ISIL member Abu Musaab Hafid al-Baghdadi posted pictures of his beheading on Twitter.[24] The beheading sparked public outrage in Lebanon.[25] Sergeant Al-Sayed’s body was delivered to Lebanese authorities on September 1, and his identity was confirmed through DNA tests on September 2.[26] His funeral ceremony was held on September 3, with family, friends, members of the public, comrades, and Lebanese Army Commander Gen. Jean Kahwaji.


Kurdish soldier – Aug 29, 2014 – An unidentified Kurdish soldier was beheaded following capture. The fate of the other 23 soldiers seen in the video is unknown.

Steven Sotloff Sep 2, 2014- Steven Joel Sotloff (May 11, 1983 – c. September 2, 2014) was an Israeli-American[30] journalist for Time magazine and The Jerusalem Post, although the Post disavowed any relationship once Sotloff’s life was threatened. In 2013, he was kidnapped inAleppo, Syria. On September 2, 2014, a video was released purporting to show “Jihadi John” beheading Steven Sotloff.

Abbas Medlej Sep 6, 2014 – Lebanese Army soldier Abbas Medlej is believed to have been beheaded following an attempted escape from his captors. ISIL members claim that he was contained following an escape attempt, where he fired upon his captors, according to comments made by an ISIL Leader on the Turkish Anatolia news channel. Gruesome photos of the dead soldier were posted on several pro-jihadistTwitter accounts on September 6.[33][34] Abbas Medlej was captured by ISIL during the Battle of Arsal.


David Haines Sep 13, 2014 – David Haines (May 9, 1970 – c. September 13, 2014) was a British aid worker abducted in March 2013 while working in Syria for thehumanitarian aid group Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development assessing the Atmeh refugee camp near the Turkish border and the Syrian province of Idlib.[35][36] Haines’ family requested that his abduction be kept a secret.[37] The abduction became public when Haines appeared in the purported Sotloff beheading video, being held by “Jihadi John” who threatened that Haines would be the next victim.[38][39] The UK Foreign Office originally requested the British media to not publish Haines’ identity, fearing for his safety, though international press had published his name.[40] A video of the lead-up and aftermath of David Haines’ beheading, entitled “A Message to the Allies of America”, was released by ISIL on September 13, 2014

AfghanistanSep 20, 201415On September 20, 2014, local officials in the Ghazni Province of Afghanistan reported that Taliban insurgents from different regions of the country led by camouflaged men wearing black masks had captured several villages, set at least 60 homes on fire, killed more than 100 people and beheaded fifteen family members of local police officers. The masked insurgents reportedly carried the black flagof ISIL, openly called themselves soldiers of Da’esh, and did not speak any local languages.[42]Deputy Police Chief General Asadullah Ensafi reported that Taliban ambushes stopped reinforcements from the Afghan National Armyand provincial police from reaching the area. Afghan commandos inserted by helicopter were able to reinforce units already defending the area and the “immediate threat to district’s center had been nullified.”[42]
Hervé GourdelSep 24, 20141Hervé Gourdel (September 12, 1959 – c. September 24, 2014) was a French citizen and mountaineering guide.[43] Gourdel was kidnapped on September 21, 2014, while hiking in the Djurdjura National Park in Algeria.[44]The following day, a recently formed ISIL affiliate in Algeria, Jund al-Khilafah, released a video which showed Hervé Gourdel being held hostage. The group threatened to kill Gourdel if the French government continued to conduct airstrikes against ISIL. On September 24, they carried through on threats to behead him after a 24-hour deadline passed.[45] The beheading was captured in a video titled “A Message of Blood for French Government.”[46][47]

The video is similar to other ISIL beheading videos. It opens with a news clip of French President François Hollande and a title screen. It then shows Hervé Gourdel handcuffed and kneeling in front of four armed masked men. After Gourdel delivers a statement, one of the militants reads a statement. In it he declares that this kidnapping and execution were in response to the order of ISIL spokesmanAbu Mohammad al-Adnani to attack citizens of countries participating in the US-led coalition against the Islamic State. Like the other IS beheading videos, it does not show the actual beheading, but the final scene does show Hervé Gourdel’s dead body with his severed head in his lap, and then the fighters holding it up.[44][47]

Kobane and eastern SyriaOct 1, 201410The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on October 1 that ISIL had beheaded 10 individuals near Kobane, Syria – two male and three female Kurdish fighters, four Syrian Arab rebels and a male Kurdish civilian. “I don’t know why they were arrested or beheaded. Only the Islamic State knows why. They want to scare people,” according to Rami Abdulrahman. He also reported ISIL has used beheadings in eastern Syria to scare local leaders of Sunni Muslim tribes to withdraw from the battlefield. The beheadings are often carried out in public and the public is told that any violent or non-violent dissent will not be tolerated.[48]
Alan HenningOct 3, 20141
Main article: Alan Henning

Alan Henning (August 15, 1967 – c. October 3, 2014)[49] was a British humanitarian aid worker.[50] Henning was the fourth Western hostage killed by ISIL. Henning was captured during ISIL’s occupation of the Syrian city of Al-Dana in December 2013, where he was helping with humanitarian relief.[51] The British Foreign Office withheld news of Henning’s capture while they attempted to negotiate his release. Alan Henning was shown at the end of David Haines’s beheading video, released on September 13, 2014, and referred to by “Jihadi John” as the next victim.[52][53] A video of Henning’s beheading was released by ISIL on October 3, 2014.[49]

Baiji, IraqOct 10, 20143A security official in Baiji said three men were beheaded on October 10, 2014.[54]
Raad al-Azzawi and several othersOct 11, 20145Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and his family said that on September 7, 2014 ISIL seized[55] and on October 11 publicly beheaded Raad al-Azzawi (or translated Azzaoui), 37, a TV Salaheddin cameraman from the village of Samra, east of Tikrit in Iraq. According to RSF al-Azzawi was taken because he refused to work for ISIL. They also kidnapped and killed, possibly also by beheading, al-Azzawi’s brother and several other civilians. In December 2013 ISIL militants had attacked al-Azzawi’s TV station with suicide bombs, killing five journalists, after accusing the station of “distorting the image of Iraq’s Sunni community.” These actions are part of a widespread organized effort to control the press through violence.[56] At about the same time, AP reported that ISIL beheaded a number of journalists in Syria.[57]
Peter KassigNov 16, 20141Peter Edward Kassig (February 19, 1988 – c. November 16, 2014),[58] also known by the name Abdul-Rahman Kassig, which he assumed in captivity, was 26 years old at the time he was beheaded.[59] He was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.[60] He was the adopted child of Ed, a school teacher, and Paula Kassig, a nurse.[61][62][63][64][65][66]He attended North Central High School in Indianapolis, graduating in 2006. Kassig then became a U.S. Army Ranger, with an armyspecial operations unit, 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, serving from June 2006 to September 2007. His service including training in Fort Benning, Georgia, and a four-month deployment to Iraq, from April to July 2007, when he received a medical discharge.[67][68][69] Thereafter, he was a student at Hanover College (which he attended from 2007–09) and Butler University (which he attended from spring 2011 to 2012, majoring in political science).[67][70][71][72]

Kassig next worked in Syria and Lebanon as a humanitarian worker. He aided Syrian refugees through Special Emergency Response and Assistance (SERA),[73] a non-governmental organization he founded in the Fall of 2012 to provide refugees in Syria and Lebanon with medical assistance, supplies, clothing, and food.[64][65][70][74][75][76] Kassig was a trained medical assistant.[77]

On October 1, 2013, as he was on his way to Deir Ezzour in eastern Syria to deliver food and medical supplies to refugees, Kassig was taken captive by ISIL.[70][78] He was kept in a cell with French journalist Nicolas Henin and British journalist John Cantlie, and beaten regularly.[76] While in captivity, Kassig – formerly a Methodist – converted to Islam and changed his name to Abdul-Rahman Kassig, sometime between October and December 2013.[67][79] On October 3, 2014, his parents released a video in which they stressed that his conversion to Islam was not forced, and that his path to conversion began before he was taken captive.[67]

Kassig was named as the next victim to be beheaded in the video released by ISIL on October 3, 2014, that showed Alan Henning‘s beheading.[80] On October 3, his family sent a video message to the Islamic State, asking for mercy for their son.[81][82] Kassig’s mother later tweeted an entreaty to the leader of the Islamic State over Twitter, asking to communicate with him, and Kassig’s parents maintain Facebook[83] and Twitter[84] accounts.[85]

On November 16, 2014, ISIL posted a video showing “Jihadi John” standing over a severed human head.[86] The beheading itself was not shown in the video. The White House later confirmed the person killed was Kassig.[87] The Daily Telegraph and security expert Will Geddes speculated that Kassig may have defied his captors, and refused to provide a beheading video statement.[88]

Syrian soldiersNov 16, 201421On November 16, 2014, in the same video that depicted Peter Kassig’s death, ISIL also included the beheading of 21 Syrian soldiers in gruesome detail. The BBC pointed out that this video “revels in gore”, and unlike previous videos, this one showed the faces of many of the militants and provided the location as Dabiq in Aleppo Province.[89]On November 17, French media reported that 22-year-old French citizen Maxime Hauchard, who goes by the nom de guerre Abdallah Al-Faransi, was believed to be among the executioners in the beheading video. Hauchard lived in Normandy and converted to Islam at the age of 17.[90] A French prosecutor said that another Frenchman may have also been present.[91] On November 19, 22-year-old Michael Dos Santos, known by fellow militants with his nom de guerre Abou Uthman, was also identified by the French media as the second French Jihadist featured in the beheading video. Dos Santos lived in Champigny-sur-Marne east of Paris and converted to Islam in 2010.[92]
Alleged beheading of desertersDec 2014100In December 2014, after some recent military setbacks, ISIL was reported to have beheaded about 100 foreign fighters who tried to leave Raqqa.[93] A military police had been established in Raqqa to look for fighters who failed to report.[93]
Haruna Yukawa and Kenji GotoJan 20152
Main article: Kenji Goto

Haruna Yukawa (湯川 遥菜 Yukawa Haruna?), born Masayuki Yukawa (湯川 正行 Yukawa Masayuki?, April 1972 – c. January 2015), was a Japanese national reported to be beheaded in January 2015. He aspired to become a private military contractor providing protection to Japanese companies in areas of conflict. In April 2014, he was in Syria where he was captured by the Free Syrian Army; Japanese journalist Kenji Goto (後藤 健二 Gotō Kenji?, 1967 – 30 January 2015) was brought in to interpret, and Goto secured Yukawa’s release. Both Yukawa and Goto went back to Japan, but Yukawa soon returned to Syria, where he disappeared after July 2014; ISIL released a video on YouTube of Yukawa on the ground bleeding. In October 2014, Goto returned to Syria to try to secure Yukawa’s release; he was soon captured. The two appeared in a video in January 2015 in which ISIL gave the Japanese government a deadline of 72 hours for a ransom of $200 million. The deadline passed without fulfillment of the ransom, and a video of Yukawa’s beheading was released. Yukawa and Goto were the first Japanese nationals to be held hostage by ISIL.[94] By the end of the month, the group released another video of the beheading of Goto, in which Jihadi John proclaimed to Japanese prime minister Shinzō Abe“because of your reckless decision to take part in an unwinnable war, this knife will not only slaughter Kenji, but will also carry on and cause carnage wherever your people are found. So let the nightmare for Japan begin.” Both videos await confirmation of authenticity.[95]

Hujam SurchiJan 28, 20151Hujam Surchi, a Peshmerga officer, was beheaded days before Kenji Goto, allegedly by a Kurdish member of ISIL.[96]
Alleged spies in EgyptFeb 201510In February 2015, in response to the buffer zone the Egyptian government placed along the Gaza–Egypt border, ISIL members beheaded 10 men they believed were spies for Mossad and the Egyptian Army.[97]
Coptic EgyptiansFeb 15, 201521

On 15 February 2015, ISIL’s al-Hayat Media Center posted a video on Twitter titled “a message signed with blood to the nation of the cross“. It showed the beheading of 21 Coptic Egyptian masons by the sea shore in Tripoli, Libya. They were kidnapped from Sirte in late December 2014.[98]

Ethiopian ChristiansApr 19, 201530On 19 April 2015, two videos purportedly made by Islamic State and posted on social media sites on April 19, 2015, appeared to show militants shooting and beheading two groups of Ethiopian Christians in Libya totaling about 30 victims.[99]
Tomislav SalopekAug 12, 20151On 12 August 2015, a still image, shared by IS sympathizers on social media, showed the apparent body of Croatian Tomislav Salopek, a married, 30-year-old father of two, whose first video containing his captors′ threat and demand that the government of Egypt free imprisoned ″Muslim women″, was released on 5 August 2015,[100][101] the day when Croatia was staging victory celebrations to commemorate its independence war.[102]On the new image, Salopek wore a beige jumpsuit looking like the one he had worn in a previous video. A black flag used by IS and a knife were planted in the sand next to his severed body. Islamic State group’s Egyptian affiliate, Sinai Province claimed the responsibility for the beheading. The picture also contained an inset of two Egyptian newspaper reports, with one headline declaring Croatia’s support of Egypt in its war against terrorism and extremism, and another saying Croatia reiterated its support for theKurdistan region.[103]
Khaled al-AsaadAug 18, 20151
Main article: Khaled al-Asaad

In May 2015, Tadmur (the modern city of Palmyra) and the adjacent ancient city of Palmyra came under the control of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).[104] Al-Asaad, a Syrian archaeologist who was a retired head of antiquities in Palmyra helped evacuate the city museum prior to ISIL’s takeover. He was among those captured during this time, and ISIL attempted to get al-Asaad to reveal the location of the ancient artifacts that he had helped to hide.

Khaled al-Asaad was beheaded in Tadmur on 18 August 2015, aged 81, following non-compliance.[105] His body was reported to have been displayed in Tadmur, and then later in the ancient city of Palmyra. Al-Asaad was accused by ISIL of being an “apostate”; the group listed his alleged crimes, including representing Syria at “infidel conferences,” serving as “the director of idolatry” in Palmyra, visiting Iran and communicating with a brother in the Syrian security services

His archaeological discoveries and relentless scholarly efforts contributed to the elevation of Palmyra as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980.[106]

TBU NEWS is not going to go more only in text and if you are willing you will able to research furthure.

Russia plane bombed by IS

Russia on Tuesday said that it was coordinating with the French military in sharply ratcheting up attacks on Syrian territory, especially areas held by the Islamic State, as the government for the first time acknowledged that a bomb had destroyed a Russian charter jet that crashed more than two weeks ago in Egypt.


The Russian plane crash in Sinai, Egypt, was caused by a terrorist attack as traces of explosives have been found in the wreckage of the plane, Federal Security Service director Aleksandr Bortnikov told President Vladimir Putin.

“We can say that that [Sinai plane crash] was a terror act,” Bortnikov told Putin. According to the FSB chief, experts analyzed passengers’ belongings as well as the parts of the plane. “After the examination on all these objects, we have found traces of a foreign-made explosive substance,” Bortnikov said.

“During the flight, a homemade device with the power of 1.5 kilograms of TNT was detonated. As a result, the plane fell apart in the air, which can be explained by the huge scattering of the fuselage parts of the plane,” he added.


A new Islamic State video shows a Russian-speaking jihadist praising his “Sinai brothers” for “taking down” a Russian passenger jet and threatening more attacks, while both Russia and Egypt say the group doesn’t possess the means to shoot down a plane.

Russian President Vladimir Putin (3rd L) with armed forces Chief of Staff Valery Gerasimov (L), Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu (2nd L), Federal Security Service (FSB) Director Alexander Bortnikov (3rd R), Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (2nd R) and Director of Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) Mikhail Fradkov (R) stand in a moment of silence before a meeting on Russian plane crash in Egypt at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia November 17, 2015. REUTERS/Alexei Nikolskyi/SPUTNIK/Kremlin

Russian President Vladimir Putin (3rd L) with armed forces Chief of Staff Valery Gerasimov (L), Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu (2nd L), Federal Security Service (FSB) Director Alexander Bortnikov (3rd R), Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (2nd R) and Director of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) Mikhail Fradkov (R) stand in a moment of silence before a meeting on Russian plane crash in Egypt at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia November 17, 2015. REUTERS/Alexei Nikolskyi/SPUTNIK/Kremlin

President Vladimir Putin vowed to hunt down those responsible for blowing up a Russian airliner over Egypt and intensified air strikes against militants in Syria, after the Kremlin concluded a bomb had destroyed the plane last month, killing 224 people.

Putin ordered the Russian navy in the eastern Mediterranean to coordinate its actions on the sea and in the air with the French navy, after the Kremlin used long-range bombers and cruise missiles in Syria and announced it would expand its strike force by 37 planes.

“We will find them anywhere on the planet and punish them,” Putin said of the plane bombers at a somber Kremlin meeting broadcast on Tuesday. The FSB security service swiftly announced a $50 million bounty in a global manhunt for the bombers.

Paris Attacks 

In the worst attack, a Paris city hall official said four gunmen systematically killed at least 87 people at a rock concert by an American band at the Bataclan concert hall before anti-terrorist commandos launched an assault.

Some 40 more people were killed in five other attacks in the Paris region, the official said, including a double suicide bombing outside the Stade de France stadium, where Hollande and the German foreign minister were watching a soccer game.

The assaults came as France, a founder member of the U.S.-led coalition waging air strikes against Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, was on high alert for terrorist attacks, raising questions about how the attacks were able to occur.

-France has invoked an EU treaty collective defense article requesting military help from its European partners in response to the terror attacks in Paris. EU officials say the mutual defense article is being used for the first time.

The assistance would come from 28 European partners under Article 42.7 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty, which outlines mutual defense among the EU members. Called the ‘mutual defense clause’, the Article reads that if any EU country “is the victim of armed aggression on its territory, the other Member States shall have towards it an obligation of aid and assistance by all the means in their power, in accordance with Article 51 of the United Nations Charter.”

Speaking at a press conference in Brussels on Tuesday, French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said all 28 EU member states unanimously accepted France’s formal call for “aid and assistance”under the EU treaty and he expected all to help quickly in various regions,

-The Russian military has launched airstrikes against the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa in Syria with cruise missiles from the Mediterranean Sea, France’s Le Monde newspaper said, citing a French official.

The information that Russia has struck Islamic State positions in Raqqa has been also reported by a senior French government source, cited by Reuters.

A US official told Reuters that Moscow has conducted a significant number of strikes in Syria using both sea-launched cruise missiles and long-range bombers.

-A Royal Air Force (RAF) drone was used to provide surveillance for a wave of French airstrikes on the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, in the wake of the Paris attacks, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) claim.

The Reaper drone collected intelligence ahead of French jets which reportedly hit around a dozen targets on Sunday evening.

An RAF jet was also responsible for bombing 30 Islamic State militants near Sinjar, in northern Iraq, who were amassing to stage an attack on Kurdish fighters in the area. The MoD said the attack was “highly effective” and that most of the fighters had been killed.


Lets repeat until heavens heard it JIHAD is “the spiritual struggle within oneself against sin”

This things should not be allowed to happen anymore and everybody should unite in this Russia, USA, EU, Asia but not only them also Muslims must unite because it is their struggle also because they need to defend their religion and believes from radicals that are trying to put a bad name on ISLAM.

In this struggle against Darkens we must never forget that children, ordinary people should be taken care because it is the human thing and the empathy and compassion is the only thing that  makes us different from animals and predators.

World should fight this Darkness but side along with  Muslims and Arabs. Not against them. This should not became a war of religions, war of cultures, nations, war of regions, continents, different opinions etc this should be the war against the darkness that IS represents and this should be the the war against the darkness in each one of us.

This time TBU NEWS is not going to talk about things such: who financed the IS, who gives them support, about their goal how they managed to do so much atrocities for so long or for quite short time  or how the situation got out the control …TBU NEWS is not going to talk about responsibilities that some countries / corporations  have in all of this it is a topic that is going to be researched in the future …

IS is a mistake of humanity so it should be defeted and put in History books as a reminder that these things should not be allowed to happen again.

So be vigilant we are all one and no matter what do you believe in to what god do you pray we are all one that came from the same source of the universe god cosmos etc in which we will come back again.

We have to fight the Darkness but in the course of that struggle we should not fall into the Darkness because the Light and Knowledge is absolute.

Black ties beatween Turkey and Isis

And the story goes on still. Updated the article on 27.02.2016.



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