Given the recent false flag in Paris, it is quite unsettling that six of the terrorists are still on the loose in France. The truth is however, that the recent terrorist attack is a display of a false flag, meant to demonstrate terror. The attack on the Charlie Hebdo has a purpose and so far that purpose has been to place military on the streets.
Only days after terror attacks killed 17 people in Paris, one of the world’s most brutal terrorist organizations is using the tragedy to rehash previous calls for small-scale attacks around the world.
In a video distributed online overnight, a spokesman for the Islamic State – also known as ISIS or ISIL – renews calls for followers in Western countries to attack intelligence and law enforcement officers, soldiers and even civilians.
It’s a message ISIS has broadcasted for months, even taking some of the wording in its latest video directly from one released in September. Still, out of an abundance of caution, federal and local authorities overnight urged their agents and officers to be vigilant in the days ahead.
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“All officers must exercise tactical considerations in light of the terrorist attack on journalists and police officers in Paris,” said an “officer safety alert” sent throughout the New York Police Department late Saturday night. “Please remain alert and consider tactics at all times while on patrol.”
The FBI and Department of Homeland Security are expected to issue a joint intelligence bulletin to law enforcement agencies across the country, similarly urging vigilance in light of the renewed ISIS calls for attacks against Western countries.
Just hang on till the end, I know it is a very long video I did not mean to make it so long.
RAMALLAH, West Bank — The U.N. has accepted a request by observer state Palestine to join the International Criminal Court, clearing the way for possible war crimes complaints against Israel. Palestinians hope the tribunal will give them more leverage in a lopsided conflict and keep a distracted world focused on their statehood claims. But prosecution…
Snow fell in parts of the Middle East on Wednesday as a powerful winter storm swept through the region, killing two Syrian refugees in Lebanon and forcing thousands who have fled their country’s civil war to huddle for warmth in tents in refugee camps.
In 2011, just six days after the Paris office of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical magazine under threat for having run cartoons of the prophet Mohammed, was gutted by a firebomb, the staff put out a new issue with a cover drawing of a bearded, presumably Muslim man kissing a cartoonist. The caption was “L’amour: Plus fort que la haine,” which translates to “Love: Stronger than hate.”
In a city of more than eight million people and 33 million subway rides a week, police officers arrested or ticketed just 22 people for jumping the turnstile last week. In the same period a year ago, nearly 1,400 fare-beaters were caught. Tuesday morning’s alternate-side parking period found 25 cars on the wrong side of…
Gunmen have shot dead 12 people at the Paris office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in an apparent militant Islamist attack.
Four of the magazine’s well-known cartoonists, including its editor, were among those killed, as well as two police officers.
A major police operation is under way to find three gunmen who fled by car.
The raging war of words is kicking stronger than ever. Russia is playing the bad guy while the bullies are, well bullying.
The time is coming where many will fail to understand the true deception that has taken over a large part of the church.