Saturday, 25 October 2014
Posted by Bolton BNP at 02:19
Friday, 24 October 2014
We're being treated like paedophiles!' Muslim cabbies protest after boss reveals he supplies white drivers on request.
Dozens of furious drivers who work for Car 2000 in Heywood gathered in the town centre tonight in response to the admission by owner Stephen Campbel.
Posted by Bolton BNP at 18:04
Numb to the horror: Women walk past headless corpses in the street without raising an eyebrow in shocking video depicting life under ISIS rule in Syria
For months it brutality has been documented in propaganda designed to frighten the world into considering its terrorist cause.
But footage of life under the rule of ISIS has revealed the lasting effects of the group's barbarity, with women and children strolling past the decapitated bodies of Syrian soldiers in the city of Raqqa without giving them a second glance.
Unaffected by the sight of the decaying corpses, civilians do not even acknowledge the men's impaled heads positioned on fences across the city which has become a recruiting hub for extremists.
The decapitated bodies of Syrian soldiers were left scattered in the streets of Raqqa by ISIS fighters
Heads impaled on spikes look down on the city's pavements in a constant reminder of the group's barbarity
It is among the most gruesome hallmarks of life under the group's control since jihadis stormed President Assad's army and took hold earlier this year.
The video, filmed in July, is among the few glimpses into civilian life offered since ISIS launched a campaign of terror against Syria and Iraq.
Scattered corpses lie on pavements and roads with some tied to fencing, their heads in between their legs, as black-clad ISIS fighters patrol the streets.
In other parts of the town preachers urge children, with black balaclavas disguising their innocent faces, to disobey their parents and join the militant group.
'I swear to god we will see a caliphate based on the prophecy. Be with the state or you will be the ones who get killed,' a man threatened one group of silent youngsters to a backdrop of the group's ominous flag.
While the corpses of President Assad's troops will be removed within three days, the threat of death is enduring for everyone else, one civilian revealed.
'They hate to see the murder but they cannot speak because of fear,' one civilian living in the city told MailOnline.
The corpses were removed within three days though it is not known where they were taken, a civilian revealed
By-passers do not raise an eyebrow at the horrific scenes with ISIS fighters patrolling the city's streets
JIHADIS' HORROR HUB: RAQQA REMAINS A STRONGHOLD FOR ISIS FANATICS
Of the cameraman who captured the disturbing images, he said: 'It is possible the Daash (ISIS) to kill him on this.'
Earlier this month members of one of the few local organisations exposing the true extent of horror in the city.
Using a pseudonym he revealed how jihadis had taken control of the town's food supplies and marched through its mostly deserted streets yielding the group's flag.
Since the haunting footage was taken in summer, insiders say the city has quietened with the fear of airstrikes at the hands of American and British forces imminent.
Once heaving with rows of ISIS soldiers, a member of the group, Raqqa Is Being Silently Slaughtered, likened its streets to a ghost town.
American and British forces have launched a series of airstrikes on areas they consider ISIS strongholds, while Kurdish fighters continue to wage bloody warfare on the group from Turkish border towns.
A picture taken in June shows an ISIS fighter jubilantly brandishing the terror group's flags through the deserted streets of Raqqa
Young soldiers in balaclavas and black uniforms patrol the streets of Raqqa with machine guns earlier this year
Life has become easier for fighters in Raqqa under Islamic State rule, with jihadists rewarded with higher salaries and bonuses while civilians plunge further into poverty.
Dozens have been buried in the Turkish town of Suruc as the battle for Kobane, once considered an ISIS stronghold, rages on.
At the beginning of the month jihadis approached the town from the desert, planting their flag on Tilsehir hill.
Yesterday, after weeks of bloody conflict and devastating air strikes, it was replaced by a yellow Kurdish flag in one of the first signs of hope for fighters defending the border.
But with so many refugees having fled the grasp of fanatics in recent months, dozens have died alone - with no traces of family available to their comrades.
An estimated 1.6million refugees have crossed the border into Turkey since fanatics took hold of more towns earlier this year.
Tilsehir Hill, where the black flag of ISIS stood triumphantly for weeks, was obliterated by an American-Arab airstrike earlier this week
Praying for peace: Hundreds of mourners in the Turkish town of Suruc gather to bury Kurdish fighters who perished in the battle for Koban
Posted by Bolton BNP at 15:52