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This great war is called al-Malhamah al-Kubrah or Armageddon. One of the Muslims will become angry and smash it, and the Byzantines will act treacherously and prepare for battle.
Abdullah-b-Busr has reported that the Messenger of Allah has said: The oppression, tyranny, and darkness that prevailed all over the globe will be replaced with justice, peace and equity. The smile, which was long forgotten, will be restored on the faces. WHo iS dajjal?
He will have very thick hair on his body and he will also have his own type of Jannat Heaven and Jahannam Hell with him: Although his Jannat will appear as Jannat, in reality it will be Jahannam and likewise though his Jahannam will appear to be Jahannam, in reality it will be Jannat. He will then lay claim to Divinity. Only twO places where Dajjal will nOt be able tO enter They have no certain knowledge. They are following nothing but conjecture for surely they did not kill him but Allah raised him up to him.
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And the promise of my Lord is ever true. Abu Huraira R. Suddenly, the secret services found an answer. The black car the brothers had abandoned had a dropped ID card of one of the brothers. They were then able to show this picture on all news media outlets so people could phone the police if the brothers were seen anywhere by the public. On the road of the brothers' escape, they stopped at a petrol station to refuel their car.
By now they were aware that they had lost their Identity card, so the police knew how they looked like. They had Smartphones to see an update of the news which now showed their pictures all around the world. If the police knew who they looked like, it may find out which car they have through facial recognition cameras on roads, and the cameras of that petrol station. So they decided to change their car once again for security purposes. So they hijacked another car and escaped in that onto the motorway highway.
However, this car stealing would be reported to the police. The police knew these brothers had escaped in a stolen car already. So the police decided to follow the report where the new car had been hijacked, and they would block and seal off the motorway on the other end. The police had already narrowed their search and found the location of the stolen car most probably through motorway number-plate recognition cameras.
The police began to surround the building in cars, helicopters and some photos even suggest tanks! Special forces would begin to surround and slowly enter the building from all sides.
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However, they were saddened when they realised the hostage was a male. If the police raided them, they may shoot him. The phone signals in the locality of the building were cut off so the boys could not communicate with any other person they knew. Finally, a negotiator from the French phoned them and asked them what their demands were, they replied they would die as martyrs.
He held the people in the store hostage and said he was associated with the Islamic State, and that the Jewish hostages with him would be killed if the Kouachi brothers were not allowed to escape from the building surrounded in North of France. But suddenly to the Western Special Forces' surprise, the brothers jumped out from their hiding places and began to shoot at the Special Forces.
A huge barricade of fire was shot back and even explosions took place! Two mujahideen vs thousands of French security forces gained the martyrdom which they were seeking. Meanwhile in the Jewish grocery store, Ahmed also called: Amedy Coulibaly received a call from the negotiator. He had replied that he would only free the Jewish hostages if the Kouachi brothers were allowed to escape.
The negotiation discussion had now ended, but for some reason Ahmad had forgot to shut his phone off. Then, to the negotiators' surprise, Ahmed Coulibaly started to pray his Maghrib salaah Sunset prayer.
Suddenly, there were explosions outside the building by the Special forces which led to the release of the hostages. The last action of this Islamic State martyr was his prayer, less than 20 minutes after the martyrdom of the Kouachi brothers. His wife, Hayat Boumeddiene had escaped a few days before into the Islamic State for refuge via Turkey and she is still safe there right now.
CharlieHebdo continues to publish hate speech. Most of these attacks were; grenades thrown into mosques, arson fire attacks , some Muslims were shot, pigs heads were put near mosques, and some people were beaten and physically attacked. The shocking thing is none of this was reported on the media headlines.
How Intelligence Agencies work Intelligence agencies main job is to collect information, analyse it and produce actionable knowledge to prevent their country from a dangerous attack.
Every person who has any type of connection with the outside world online or offline can be spied on. However, intelligence agencies try to focus on getting close-up information of people they consider a threat to their country. Every person leaves traces of information of their personal life somewhere online or offline. In the Online world, everything is saved, except what can be permanently deleted before they find it. In the offline world, your private records such as medical history, job etc can be traced to know more about you.
The intelligence agencies have all this information available, but they will not study it unless you are caught under the radar. Being caught under the radar: When the intelligence agency gets a tip-off clue as to who or what is about to do a dangerous attack, they will look into the Online and offline records of the suspected person.
Has he got a record of criminal, or suspicious activities before in his past? If yes, they will try to gather as much information about him which is already available to them. Does the intelligence agency have enough funds and workers to spy on this group of suspects? If they are really dangerous and about to commit a crime immediately, the intelligence agencies will tell the police to raid their safe houses immediately.
The police will search their property for weapons, money, electronic devices etc. If there is enough evidence to prove they were going to commit a crime, they will be found guilty and sentenced to years in jail.
Intelligence agencies depend alot on manpower, the more people they have working in their organisation, the more spies they can send. The poorer the country, the less money they will have to pay and recruit spies. However, even poorer Muslim countries are being supported by Western intelligence agencies due to the presence of Al Qa'idah and Islamic State members within such lands. With more technology available, it is easier for intelligence agencies to spy using spy devices instead of with real human spies.
Any phone with a sim card and battery can be spied upon because a phone network signal is sent to all phones every few minutes to update the signal. When the signal is sent, spy agencies can find out where you have been travelling, and they can also tap into your phone and hear what is being said, even if your phone is off. The only time they cannot hear is if the battery is taken out, but that is why the iPhone also known as the spy-phone never lets you remove your battery.
Another device intelligence agencies use is placing hidden mics and possibly also tracking devices under cars of suspects. These mics will activate whenever the engine is switched on. Ofcourse not every recording will be analysed by intelligence agencies they don't have enough time or manpower , but it will be studied if the suspect is arrested on charges of terrorism. As the Western nations get poorer, their intelligence collection agencies will continue to exist, but they simply won't have enough manpower less jobs to analyse it all.
With less attacks in the West being group networked attacks and an increasing amount of lone-wolf attacks, it will be more difficult for intelligence agencies to stop an increasing amount of violence and chaos from spreading in the West. Florence Davey-Attlee and Scott Bronstein.
Belgian arms dealer confesses to supplying Paris attackers The terrorists who killed 17 people in three days last week purchased their Kalashnikovs and rocket launchers in Brussels for less than 5, euros. The terrorists who perpetrated the attacks in Paris last week got their weapons from an arms dealer in Brussels capital city of Belgium. The dealer, a known figure in Brussels' underworld, turned himself in to local police on Tuesday, according to Belgian media. Federal police, who searched the suspect's apartment, found papers linking him to a transaction with Amedy Coulibaly, the jihadist who murdered four Jewish men and held others hostage at the Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket in east Paris on Friday.
According to the local press, the man sold Coulibaly the Skorpion submachine guns he used in the attack, as well as the rocket propelled grenade launcher and the Kalashnikov automatic assault rifles that Said and Cherif Kouachi used to perpetrate the massacre at the offices of Charlie Hebdo.
The weapons were purchased near the Midi railway station in downtown Brussels for less than 5, euros, according to the reports. He used his real name but falsely stated his monthly income on the loan declaration, a statement the company didn't bother to check, the reports say.
The suspect, a known arms smuggler and dealer in the underworld, from the town of Charleroi, turned himself in on Tuesday to the Charleroi police and asked to confess to supplying the weapons.
He told police that a few months ago Coulibaly had initiated contact with him, seeking to buy a car. The man said that once he realized that Coulibaly was a jihadist terrorist, he feared that the detectives would reach him because of the link between them. In a search of his apartment, police found not only the papers regarding the car sale, but also proof of Coulibaly's other purchases — arms and ammunition. According to a police source quoted in the Belgian newspaper La Libre, the documents seized in the dealer's apartment also contain evidence of the transaction involving the 7.
Kalashnikov assault rifles. Plenty of ammunition. Molotov cocktails, a grenade, a death- dealing Skorpion machine pistol and a few handguns.
Plus a revolving light that could be placed on a car roof to make it look like an undercover police car. The list of weapons— along with a jihadi flag — carried by the French Muslim terrorists who launched the Charlie Hebdo attacks is frightening, especially given al-Qaida's warning of further such assaults.
And it also represents a striking change for western Europe, where gun crime is far more rare than in the United States. The relatively heavy weaponry — a staple of recent attacks — seems to indicate that terrorist networks are moving away from bombs in favor of military-grade assault rifles and machine guns backed by smaller automatic pistols.
Gun attacks spread a different kind of terror than bombings: Even in Europe, guns can be easier to acquire, transport and conceal than explosives. The mini-arsenal police found after the final shootout with brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi even included an advanced rocket launcher — with a loaded rocket ready for firing. The movement toward use of heavy weaponry instead of bombs was evident with the attack that killed three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi, and three paratroopers in Toulouse, France — as well as the killing of four people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels by an extremist with a Kalashnikov.
He said the trend started when terrorist strategists saw the relative success of the raid in Mumbai. A small group of well-armed, well-trained commandos was able to paralyze a major city for several days, leaving more than dead. Counter-terrorism officials warned at the time that the successful tactics would catch the eye of other plotters looking for a more reliable alternative to homemade explosive devices.
Western intelligence agencies fear terrorists may now be plotting still more attacks using relatively simple, low-tech tools. Denmark's Security and Intelligence Service had acknowledged in its latest terror assessment that plotters can find "easily accessible weapons" including knives, small arms and small bombs, inside Denmark for use in attacks.
Bombs carry a high risk of detection when the components are being assembled, and they are inherently unstable and often malfunction, with deadly results for the hapless bomb makers. In contrast, it is relatively easy for terrorists with underworld connections to obtain heavy weapons on the black market, particularly in the Balkan countries of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia.
Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, hundreds of thousands of heavy weapons became available at black market arms bazaars in Hungary and other former Soviet bloc countries. Those weapons helped fuel the Balkan wars, and are still available today for buyers with good connections and ample cash. More than , weapons were also stolen from Albanian arms depots in , adding to the black market flow. European Commission documents indicate that nearly , other weapons lost or stolen within the European Union remain unaccounted for, and cite an increase in the number of civilian and military weapons stolen in France.
A report states that "large amounts of powerful military grade weapons" have reached the European Union since the collapse of the Soviet bloc and the fighting in the Balkans. The weapons are often smuggled in cars or buses in small quantities to avoid detection. It also says upheavals in the Middle East and North Africa may make more stolen or surplus military weapons available to Europe's criminal gangs. Still, it takes planning and care to transport weapons from the Balkans or eastern Europe into western Europe and particularly into Britain, which as an island can more easily monitor points of entry.
Britain, which has warned police officers they are likely targets of terror plotters, recently broke up a scheme to get weaponry to terrorists plotters. Italy, with its strong Mafia tradition, is seen as a likely conduit for heavy weapons heading toward France and other points in western Europe even though assault weapons use there is very rare. Ranieri de Maria, a legal expert for the National Association of Arms and Munitions producers in Italy, said he believes Italy is used by weapons traffickers as "a transit country between the Balkans and Europe.
They did not make emotional "rookie" mistakes like spraying the premises with automatic weapons fire but instead carried out the killings quickly and efficiently. The concern, for Europeans, is that a pattern might emerge: When the French police searched for the Kouachi brothers in early January, they locked up French citizens who they suspected of being linked to the brothers network of contacts.
These suspects were accused of being associated or networked with Al Qa'idah or the Islamic State. The officers were then able to question and interrogate them, which led them to find more suspects and houses which they could raid. It's important to remember that France and Belgium are right next door to each other, so Arab Muslims from both countries are connected to each other since the time of the GIA in the 90s. ISIS has fighters 'just waiting for order to attack the West', says grammar school jihadist ind.
Belgian TV: Three dead in police counter- terrorism raid Belgian media report that three people were killed during a police counter-terrorism raid in Verviers in the east of the country. Federal prosecutors said a police operation had taken place in the center of the town. Belgium rounds up 13 suspected jihadi cell members In the Belgian counter-terror raid on 10 apartments Thursday, two suspects were killed in a firefight with the police in the eastern town of Verviers.
Searches were also carried out in the Brussels area. Thirteen suspects were arrested in Belgium and two more in France. Weapons, munitions and explosives were found, as well as police uniforms and large sums of money.
They had planned to kill policemen on the street and at police stations, Belgian prosecutors said Friday. The attacks were imminent, but the network has been liquidated. Western, intel: Up to 20 terrorist cells active in four European countries Following the round-up of 10 jihadi cells in Belgium Thursday, a Western Intelligence source told CNN that the ongoing terror threat appears to involve up to 20 sleeper cells of between to people ready to strike in France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.
The source said that European Union and Middle East intelligence agencies identified an "imminent threat" to Belgium, possibly also to the Netherlands. Jewish schools were closed Friday in Belgium and France. HamzaMuhajir - A new video from the Paris attack shows two French policemen hiding and fleeing after their colleague was shot: Now that we've learnt who the fighters are, and where they come from, the question is, where did they get all their weapons from?
For this, we have to go back into the past, 20 years in the past and again in Belgium A meeting with Laurent, the dealer: One of the services they would provide for the GIA is the smuggling of weapons by car from within Europe, by a Ferry ship - across the Mediterranean sea and into Morocco and Algeria.
An author called Omar Nasiri writ a book called: They had trained in the mountains of Afghanistan in the late 80s, and returned to Europe to support the GIA. But they needed weapons and ammunition. Omar Nasiri lived in the same house and told the brothers he would be able to buy some for them.
This is what he says go to the next page: Page Brussels [country: Belgium] early s I sat down in a cafe on a busy street and ordered a drink. I staved there for an hour atleast. But in Morocco I was always looking for buyers. Here I was looking for a seller. And soon enough I spotted one. He was very flashy, wearing a brand new Nike tracksuit and constantly taking calls on his mobile. I watched him for a long time.
Sometimes a car would slow down in front of hint: I had seen this sort of guy before, and I felt in my gut that he was the one who was going to find me my bullets. But I also knew this wasn't his regular business, and that if I asked him flat out to find them for me he would say no. Obviously, this kid was making a lot of money selling drugs, and he wasn't going to put his business at risk for nothing.
So I was careful. I walked across the street and approached 'Asalaamu alaykum'. What do you want? As we moved down the street. We trained our eyes forward. But I don't want you to answer me right now. Just hear me out.
Bullets for Kalashnikovs AKs. Tm serious,- 1 said. Come back another time, and if you don't want to do it then that's OK. But for now just listen to me. I continued. I need a lot of bullets. I'm not going to use them to rob a bank or anything. They're going to move out of Europe very fast, I promise you. I spoke in my lowest, most conspiratorial voice. His eves flickered for a moment, and I knew I had him. There are guys like this all over the world: But at the first mention of the words Umma or Jihad.: I think this is particularly true in Europe, where young men are so far from everything, from the Muslim land.
Jihad is nothing to them, nothing real, but it is also everything. I'll come back tomorrow. Page 29 I went back the next day. The dealer was standing in exactly the same spot, and when he saw me he smiled and waved. I think I know someone who can help you: I sell him coke. He knows weapons. Can you come back tonight at ten! I waited, and after a few minutes he drove up on his motorcycle. He's going to check you out and if you're OK he's going to put you in touch with my friend' Half an hour later I saw a car coming towards us, a blur Renault.
It stopped in front of us and the driver rolled down the window.
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The dealer went over to the car and spoke to the driver in a low voice. Inside the car was an overweight, middle-aged man with his shirt unbuttoned.
I could sae the hair on his chest and a gold cross hanging from a chain around his neck. I didn't have much time to look at him, though, because the dealer jumped in the car and they drove off together.
A few minutes later the car came back. The dealer got out and the tar drove off. I needed to give him something: Then he paused and looked at me intently. He wants to meet you. Meet us here. Tomorrow night: When I went back the next night, the dealer was waiting for me. Soon the car drove up as well.
This time the driver signaled me to get in. I got in the back seat and the dealer sat up front. The driver looked back at me and introduced himself.
He nodded. I studied the man. He looked like a typical French bourgeois. I don't think he was more than forty- five years old. But his face looked older. It was covered with wrinkles and there were strong lines in his forehead.
His eyes were moving constantly. As we drove off I continued to study him. There was something very strange about him, something I had not seen before.
His body was completely wound up, tense. In all my life I had never seen a man so precise in has movements, so attentive to every detail He checked his rear mirror continuously, and I could see his eyes darting about. Page 30 We drove for about twenty minutes. Laurent spoke to the dealer while I remained silent in the back, Before I got anywhere near the ammunition, I needed to check these guys out.
Maybe Laurent was a cop, or an informant. But my gut was telling me they were for real. We slowed down in an industrial area in a part of Brussels I had never been to. Laurent drove into a parking garage, several stories up to the top. All three of us got out, and the dealer and I stood by while Laurent opened the trunk. They got out, and the dealer and I stood by while Laurent opened the trunk.
There was a sleeping bag inside. Laurent pulled it away, uncovering five CZ automatic pistols. I said nothing. I have no idea where he is. He leaned down and picked one up, turning it over several times in his hands. I stood back and said nothing. I knew they were testing me, They both wanted to know if I was serious about jihad or if I was just a petty criminal looking to shoot up a bank And Laurent wanted to know that I was a pro, which is why I didn't pick up the gun like the dealer had.
Only a kid would pick up a gun that way and leave his fingerprints everywhere. The whole thing was a performance, a test. The last three days had been nothing but tests.
By asking me to come back again and win, the dealer was trying to figure me out. Maybe I was a cop, maybe I was a maniac. They needed to know that I wasn't fucking around.
Laurent looked down at the guns and then back up at me. I want bullets. I want Kalashnikov bullets. Nothing else," He nodded and we all got back in the car and drove out of the garage, back towards the city center.
I had passed the test. Laurent drove us back to the city, and we dropped off the dealer. Then he and I drove around for about an hour. At first, it was hard to make conversation, so we talked mostly about the dealer; he was the only thing we had in common.
Laurent went went on about him for several minutes, complaining that he was unreliable; sometimes his coke was very good, but not always. None of it was very interesting. We were just trying to get to know each other, establish some trial.
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After a little while we started talking about the bullets. I told him what I wanted: Kalashnikov bullets, probably several thousand. He didn't seem at all surprised by this. He said he thought he could get me the bullets for twelve francs each. I can't pay that much: I said. That's impossible. That's less than the bullet costs to make: I knew he was lying. And he hadn't flinched when I told him how many I wanted, so I knew he had a lot of them to sell.
I kept pushing. That's it. If you can't do it, I'll find someone else: I was confident. Belgium produces more weapons and ammunition than almost any other country in the world. I knew the bullets were out there and that I'd be able to find them. It had only taken me three days to hook up with Laurent, and I was sure I could do it again. Laurent conceded. I have to talk to my friend. Maybe he'll let me go to eleven eighty: Now I knew that he was hungry, that he wanted to close the deal. He needed a new client.
I could tell that he was a fairly small fish; no major arms dealer would drive a Renault. And if I was buying this many bullets in our first transaction, he knew I'd be coming back for much more.
I wanted to dose the deal, too, even if it meant I wouldn't make as much money. If I became the link between Yasin and Laurent, I could eventually work it to my advantage.
Eventually, we landed on eleven twenty-five as the price. I told Laurent that I would have to confirm it with my boss. I was planning no offer the bullets to Yasin for eleven fifty, and I knew he would agree to it.
He would save one and one half francs on every bullet he bought, with none of the risk of carrying them across a border. And I would take the extra twenty-five cents for myself. Laurent dropped me off at a bus station that night. Before I got out of the car, he wrote down the number of his mobile phone and told me to call him in two days.
When I came downstairs the next morning, Yasin and Amin were already in the house. They were coming by more and more at my house every day now. I walked into the living room and addressed Yasin.
I said I can get the bullets for eleven fifty? Page 32 Yasin's eyebrows rose slightly as he looked at me. He turned to Amin and they said a few words to each other under their breath.
Then Amin nodded. Yasin said slowly, as he faced me again. Tell your guy that we want five thousand. But tell him we need to see a sample before we hand over any money. Neither had any reason to trust me; I had been in Belgium for less than a month and neither of them knew anything about me.
The next day I called Laurent and told him that we were ready to deal at eleven twenty-five, and that we needed to talk about the quantity. I said we would need to see some samples before we went any further. He named a spot named the Grand-Place and told me to meet him them that night at nine o'clock. As soon as he showed up I got in the car next to him. Then he handed me an envelope. I opened it up— there were Live bullets inside.
I had never touched military-grade ammunition before. Although these bullets were different from anything I'd come across with Edouard.
I knew enough to tell these were the real thing. He asked me where we should meet to make the transaction. I proposed a place a kilometer or so from our house, and we drove there so I could show him the exact spot It was about a hundred meters from a bus station on a dark street. The area was mainly deserted in the evenings. Laurent checked it out and agreed, and told me to call him in two days.
Once he was sure he had the bullets, he would meet me there at midnight. I got out of the car and walked home. Yasin was waiting for me when I got back to the house. I handed him the envelope and he opened it up. He just glanced at one of the bullets, or so it seemed to me. I was impressed. Almost anyone who picked up a bullet would immediately look at the number on the casing to make sure it was the right kind. Yasin knew without looking. It suddenly dawned on me that Yasin was a pro.
I had learned how to distinguish between the pros and the bit players while I was selling hash in Morocco. There are at least a hundred different kinds of hash, but the real experts knew exactly what they were looking at without even touching it. They knew instinctively what grade it was, whether it was top quality or not. The amateurs, before they said anything, would pick it up and roll it in their hands. I learned something in that motion, something that maybe I had sensed before but hadn't really thought much about.
Page 33 were serious players, and that this was a serious business. They weren't like the young guys I knew in Morocco, who would try to prove what big men they were by talking about guns and jihad and pledging to join the fighting in Algeria. Amin and Yasin were the real thing. It was just a flash, and then it was gone. Two days later I called Laurent and we arranged to meet that night.
Yasin had prepared an envelope stuffed with francs. I didn't even look inside and try to count the money: I knew it was the full amount. I told him where the handover would take plait, and then I left the house and walked towards the meeting point. I stood there for a few minutes in almost total darkness.
When Laurent arrived I got into his car. I took my cut from the envelope, handed him the rest of the money, and he counted it. Once he was satisfied he told me to look under my seat. There was a duffel bag there, and I pulled it out and opened it.
When I was with Edouard we usually had just a handful of bullets, since we kept using the components over and over again. In front of me now were thousands of bullets, much bigger than any I had ever used with Edouard.
There was only a meager light on in the car. It was thrilling. I didn't need to count the bullets. I trusted Laurent, not because I thought he was a good guy, but because I knew that he wouldn't try to screw me. He knew that I could bring him valuable business in the future. Laurent dropped me off at the bus stop and then quickly drove away.
I began to walk back towards the house. The bag was incredibly heavy. Suddenly, a car pulled up in front of me. It was Yasin in his Volkswagen van. I hadn't expected to see him there, but I wasn't surprised either.
I jumped in the van and showed him the hag. He opened it and looked inside. He smiled a long, broad smile. Masha Allah," he Said. Masha Allah. I was behind him, and as I walked towards the door I heard a sound. I turned around and saw another car driving up behind me. There were two men in the front seat; I had never seen either one of than before. But when they saw me they slowed down and stared at me for just an instant before driving off again.
I realized then that Yasin had had me followed the entire time. Page 34 The next morning Amin and "Yasin were in the living room when I came down for breakfast. They were both smiling.
Yasin stood up to greet me. I could tell they were impressed. I smiled back. I asked. Their races went dark. I could see they were angry.
His voice wax low and slightly threatening. In the path of God. Don't forget that' I sneered at him. I don't need to reconsider it," I replied. Anyway, I can't get them for you at this price anymore. The dealer gave us that price just for the first time.
From here on out they will cost eleven eighty. But there was nothing they could do. Even at eleven eighty, the bullets were still more than a franc cheaper than the ones they were getting from Germany. And I wasn't losing anything by lying to them; they never quite trusted me as it was. I was nothing like Hakim: Of course. I played along with them as much as I could. I performed the morning prayer with them and was very careful to make sure I never had alcohol on my breath when I came home.
I didn't go to mosque with them, but I told them it was because it would be dangerous for us to be seen together and that I attended a different mosque in the city center. But still, they knew I was different. I didn't talk about jihad, and sometimes when we talked about politics I'd challenge them. I don't think they knew what to make of me. At first, they just wanted more bullets: Laurent and I always arranged it the same way.
I'd call him on his mobile and tell him I needed to meet; we never discussed the orders over the phone. He would name a spot and I'd meet hint there and tell him what I needed.
A few days later I'd call hint again and he would tell me when and where to meet him: Vann would drop me off somewhere nearby. Once Laurent and I made the exchange, he pick me up and drive me back to the house. Page 35 Each time I met with Laurent he'd tell me about other things he could get for me He seemed to have everything. He was always offering me a new kind of sniper rifle of pistol, things I had never seen. I always said no, that all I wanted was the bullets.
But I told Yasin about the other things and one day he pulled me aside. A few days later I met with Laurent and asked him. He smiled. How many do you want? I told him. When I told Yasin, he said that was too high, that they needed ten Uzis but couldn't pay that much. I was taken aback: There was certainly no shortage of cash in the house.
In fact, over time there was more and more of it as the weeks went by Some of it was coming into the house, some of it was going out. Amin and Yasin would often count it in the living room in front of me.
I had never seen so much money in my life. Yasin was stubborn, though. He wasn't going to pay eleven thousand francs per Uri.
The next lime I met Laurent I asked about the night scopes. He was surprised. What about the Uzis? We lust want the scopes: I could see it in Laurent's face: And then I realized what Yasin's game was. Although he had never even met Laurent. Yasin was reeling him in and out like a fish on a line.
We played the sane game at every meeting. I would ask Laurent for something. Yasin would tell me it was too expensive, and I would ask for something else instead. A few weeks later the price came down. I was able to buy all sorts of materials this way: I always marked them up a bit when I gave Yasin the price, but either he didn't notice or he didn't care.
Laurent's price was always lower than anything Yasin could get across the border in Germany. Later, I would learn why: Laurent had a source in one of the largest Belgian arms manufacturers, someone who could get him anything he wanted.
He had sources in other countries as well, but he didn't have to pay nearly as many runners as everyone else. For months Laurent never asked me a thing. I'd bought tens of thousands of bullets from him and scores of guns without any questions at all. But one day. Then he smiled just slightly, and raised his eyebrow. And that is what he was.
He had no moral objections: I am quilt sure of that. He just didn't want to get in trouble. You don't have to worry. Everything leaves the country very quickly. I do a lot of work with the FLNC. For years, they had been staging attacks on symbols of French colonial power— banks, police stations, military garrisons. I could tell Laurent was trying to impress me by mentioning the FLNC, but was also pretty sure that he was telling the truth.
I knew what I was doing, and it didn't bother me. For me this was a business. I was making good money, and the work was exciting. I knew where all these weapons were going. Most of them went to Algeria, some to other places as well. The operation was very simple. As the weeks went by. Young men, all of them. Men coming and going with cars— dropping an off, picking them up.
Sometimes, they would stay with us for a couple of nights and then I would never see them again. As time went on, more and more of the men coming through the house were heading out for Chechnya. Omar Nasiri: Attacks against Muslims in France continue. Muslim killed by a man shouting 'I am your god, I am your Islam' Paris goo.
Five people injured by burn wounds after a molotov cocktail thrown in a mosque AbuHaleema: This is how things will practically play out in Europe in the near future Mosques will be attacked by far-right Europeans who are angry with Muslims. Local community defence leagues: Anti-Islam Protestors will march outside mosques, they will insult Muslims and cause confrontations, some will fire bomb mosques.
The community of Muslims in the local area will rush to defend their mosque. They will guard it and both sides will use Molotov cocktails to deter the other group from any attacks. The mosques by now will be the central base for the Muslim community, all the young men, even the non practising muslims will start working together to defend their local mosque.
There will be a great divide in the community between the non Muslim predominantly white population, and the ethnic minority Muslim population. Both sides will not trust each other and will fear each other. They will keep their distance and the media will side with the right-wing neo-Nazis. No doubt, clashes will arise when both sides see each other. The police will arrive and will side more with those who are against the Muslims simply because Muslims are considered as outsiders.
National Scale scattered attacks throughout Europe: If we look at the above scenario from a national level perspective, we will see an increase of protests and attacks against Muslims throughout the different cities of an entire country. We see that there simply will not be enough police to stop violence everywhere. The only reason the police can show a sign of strength is because they can bring reinforcements to one 'hot spot' of violence. However, if there are multiple areas of violence throughout a country, there simply will not be enough police.
And so there will be 'tribal' fights and mini militias growing in the different European countries, each group defending its own neighbourhood, and the mosque or church or freemason lodges being the central base for each group of people. Muslims who are in predominantly white areas will have to flee to Muslim neighbourhoods for safety. As clashes and revenge attacks between Muslim and neo-Nazi neighbourhoods' rise, both sides will seek more advanced weapons to harm each other.
Like the early revolutionaries in Syria, primitive and ancient tools of war will be used to target the enemy until they can make more advanced tools. Homemade Bows and arrows, Crossbows, or molotovs will be used. It is also probable that air rifles which are easily availabe in hunting shops , 62 or pellet guns with metal pellets, or advanced slingshots ebay will be used by those defending their neighbourhoods.
There's no doubt that some groups [Nazis or Muslims] may already be stocking up on these and hiding them underground [cacheing them. Read Ebook: Black Flags from Syria on rules of Insurgency. Revenge attacks will increase and there will be no policing due to the economic depression. Europe is transforming from a continent of people who simply wanted jobs and a secure living into a continent of people who are not satisfied except through war and aggression against minorities. It is estimated that UKIP could be within power within a few years.
Although this racist political party is only a few years old, it has been funded by some people behind the scenes to the extent that it is now rivalling and challenging the Conservative party the ruling political party within the UK right now! Geert Wilders, Europe's most famous anti-Muslim radical, may be Holland's next prime minister.
It seems from the article below that many of these people who are sometimes part of Anonymous and Anarchy movements will ally with the Muslims to fight against the neo-Nazis' and rich politicians. They will give intelligence, share weapons and do undercover work for the Muslims to pave the way for the conquest of Rome.
How will this happen? It is most likely here that connections between Muslims and Left-wing activists will be made, and a portion from them will realise that protests are not effective, and that armed combat is the alternative. So they will start to work together in small cells of groups to fight and sabotage against the 'financial elite'. Here is an article below which gives a real life example of this: Italy's Left-Wing Terrorists Flirt with Radical Islamists Article from September 13, Last February , in the quiet of a secluded northern Italian country house, three Italian far left militants brainstormed, unaware that counter-terrorism officials were listening to their every word.
The men were known members of the so-called "New Red Brigades," discussing new strategies for the group. Alfredo Davanzo, the ideologue of the group who had just returned from France using a forged passport, spoke about the need to overcome the organization's isolation, caused by its secrecy and the waves of arrests it had suffered ironically, the three would be arrested the following Monday.
The group, said the men, should find new venues for their recruitment efforts and pointed to Italian mosques, described as "propellers of protests and struggles," as one of the most obvious choices Corriere della Sera, July The conversation is just another indication of what Italian intelligence officials have warned about for the last few years: What has been only purely moral support up to now could possibly develop into a dangerous cooperation .
Exactly a year after the Biagi assassination, Lioce and Galesi were stopped for a routine check on a regional train in Tuscany. Afraid they would be recognized, they opened fire, killing a police officer.
In the shootout that ensued, Galesi was killed and Lioce arrested. Once in custody, Lioce declared herself a member of the Red Brigades and a "political prisoner," as members of the organization have traditionally done.
However, the focus of the statement she gave to interrogators surprised officials: The upcoming war against Iraq constitutes an attempt to remove the main obstacle to the hegemony of the Zionist entity, the stronghold of imperialism in the region, disarming and annihilating the Palestinian resistance, which is the reference of all Arab and Islamic masses who have been expropriated and humiliated by imperialism and who constitute the natural ally of the urban proletarian class in European countries" .