Rapper, Jihadist, Bomber? The UK tries islamist rapper!

An Islamist rapper bought clothing, shared terror lyrics with his brother who was in Syria supporting the ISIS and is now facing jail time…

An ‘Islamist’ rapper in the UK is accused of plotting a terror attack during the COVID-19 pandemic but he rejected the accusations.

UK papers say two brothers of the rapper travelled to Syria during the ISIS terror reign of 2015 and together they plotted a domestic terror attack.

The prosecution says Sahayb Abu bought the items and clothing after researching foreign embassies and commenting on social media that police was only good for dying.

During his arrest, he says he bought the items and clothing to produce a parody of drill rap artists.

But he and his brother exchanged lyrics of a song that tells of bombing and shots in the chest. All the elements spooked investigators to believe they were planning a terror attack.

A court in London (Old Bailey) heard this week how Sahayb Abu, 27, from Dagenham, east London, purchased a Persian “Qama knife” — which is said to look like a sword — a smaller knife, a combat vest, two balaclavas, fingerless gloves and a combat-style hat on 9 July last year.

His brother Muhamed Abu, 32 allegedly knew he was planning an act of terrorism but failed to report it, Sky News said.

In recordings he shared with his brother, Sahayb rapped: “Got my under armour on, cos I gotta stay strong/I’ll be sending you to iTunes, I’ll send you to the clouds, 10 shots in your chest.”

The older brother also recorded drill tracks shared with Sahayb saying: “Let’s get merky [murderous]/let’s get hurty/ I’ve got bombs that are just worthy.”

It is his online search history that is in play. He searched for Islamic State more than 100 times and searched for embassies including the US, Russian and Israel.

Afghan Govt: Peace with the Taliban will help fight IS

A successful peace process with the Taliban will allow the government to focus its resources on countering the Islamic State group and its attacks on soft targets, Afghanistan’s national security adviser said Saturday.

Afghanistan is grappling with a surge in violence that has worsened despite landmark peace talks with the Taliban which began in September in Qatar.

The Islamic State jihadist group has claimed a series of assaults on vulnerable targets, including a November attack on Kabul university which saw gunmen detonate grenades and spray automatic fire across the campus.

Hamdullah Mohib, Afghanistan’s national security adviser, said that although IS had been dislodged from the territory it controlled and its funding sources disrupted, the group maintained a “network of terror”.



VIDEO: Mozambique Sunnah Wal Jamah

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A large group of insurgents attacked the town of Mocimboa da Praia in Mozambique.

The news is a total global surprise. Another surprise is that the Mozambican army ran out of ammunition to push back the group.

The Islamic militant group seized a key port in gas-rich northern Mozambique.

At least 1000 civilians were killed in attacks led by the Islamic group.

The port in Cabo Delgado province serves as a key hub for a $23 billion natural gas project.

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The group in Mozambique is called the Ahlu Sunnah Wa-Jamâ.

Total, a French gas company is also exploring a gas business in the area

The attacks could bring the French army to join in the fight against the militants!

ISIS woman sentenced to prison in France

A French woman who went to Syria with her three children to join the ISIS group in 2014, was sentenced to prison in Paris, France.

At the trial, the judge sentenced her to 14 years in prison. The woman is Jihane Makhzoumi.

The judge stated that the 38-year-old French woman was guilty of a number of charges including terrorism and child neglect.

The woman was arrested at the Paris airport on her return with her three children in 2016.

At the trial, the prosecutor said that Makhzoumi had the personality of “terrible egocentrism” and “never showed an ability to empathize”.

When the prison sentence was read out by the judge, Makhzoumi looked surprised though.

Her lawyer called the verdict “absolutely disproportionate” and they said they would appeal.

Sources say Jihane Makhzoumi was arrested in Paris after she was expelled from Turkey.


They say she was cunning in plotting her escape and that of her children from Syria.

Makhzoumi left France with her partner Eddy Leroux – another IS convert believed to have been killed in Syria.

She left a fourth child, the daughter of Leroux, in Syria. The mother of the child claims Makhzoumi sold her child, Jana in Syria.

Jana’s mother also claims her daughter can only speak ‘Arabic’ in Syria.


VIDEO: Muslims not adhering to teachings of Islam says Mahathir

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Watch the video and decide by yourself if he is telling what you are thinking or is speech is out of context?

He says Muslims are not following the teachings of Islam as found in the Quran.

Muslims have also killed the people who offered to help in Palestine, he says, for example.

According to him, Muslims are wasting such support and are giving support to Muslims who kills Muslims (referring to ISIS certainly).

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Isis threatens to blow up Big Ben showing they are still around

The Daily Express in London says: ISIS has issued a chilling threat to blow up Big Ben.

It published a poster depicting Parliament engulfed by a raging inferno after an apparent explosion.

This was in March this year. But the problem is a serious one with the ISIS not totally defeated.

In the poster (pic above) showing the Big Ben on fire and the poster it inserted a quote said to be from the Holy Quran.

ISiS activists photoshopped the image showing Elizabeth Tower, which houses , going up in smoke.

It shows the rest of the Palace of Westminster also ablaze.

The eerie picture is intended to create fear among Londoners.

The latest ISIS poster shows a terrorist looking at the tower and the quote from Surah At-Tawbat printed below.

“And when the sacred months have passed. Then kill the polytheists wherever you find them and capture them and besiege them and sit in wait for them at every place of ambush.”

The poster excludes the rest of the quote, which reads:

“If any of the idolaters seeks of thee protection, grant him protection till he hears the words of God; then do thou convey him to his place of security.”

But is the threat a serious one since ISIS is defeated in Syria and Iraq?

The terror organisation lost all the territories it captured in Iraq and Syria.

The fact that its members are now scattered all over the place poses a problem.

Perhaps this is where it is more dangerous because it still exists as an organisation without a territory to protect.

This poses a problem to many nations that are targets of ISIS attackers.

Europe was hit by a series of car driving against pedestrian attacks in London. There is the bus attack against pedestrians in Nice, France and many other such incidents.

Many countries are taking the ISIS returnees back. Experts believe this too will pose a problem if they are not properly vetted and kept under watch.

The Malaysian police chief Abdul Hamid Bador told the South China Morning Post he fears the ISIS returnees will launch attacks.

He says the failure of ISIS to push forward its agenda of the group could spark the returnees to act.

The release of the poster coincides with the Manchester Arena attack.

On March 22, 2017, Khalid Masood drove his car into crowds on Westminster Bridge.

He stabbed a police constable but was shot next to the Big Ben.

Ukays ex-guitarist Akel Zainal joined ISIS

 Akel Zainal
The Malaysian left for Syria to join the war at the beginning of the Syrian conflict

Ukays ex-guitarist Akel Zainal has apparently joined the ISIS.

He is one of four Malaysians who are top leaders of the extremist group.

However, the three other individuals from the disbanded Kumpulan Mujahidin Malaysia.

Mohd Rafi Udin is one of them and two others known only by their nick names.

They are  Abu Gomez and Abu Zar, says Harian Metro.

Mohd Rafi Udin was seen two years ago in an ISIS video.

He gave a warning that his group were on the brink to launch attacks in the country.

Akel’s real name is Wan Mohd Aquil Wan Zainal.

He first joined the ISIS when the conflict started in Syria.

Akel Zainal went to Syria to take part in the war against the Bashir Al Asad regime.

Meanwhile, local authorities believe he is behind the recruitment of female students from local universities.

A student from Kolej University Islam Antarabangsa Selangor ran-off to Syria to marry him.

She is identified as Syamimi Faiqah.

ISIS members are active on Social media platforms.

They use Telegram as the main tool for communication.

They also have their propaganda material online for download.

The Philipinnes armed forces killed two Malaysian men who joined insurgents in Mindanao last year.

In fact, Malaysia’s Special Branch police said at least five other Malaysians were in Marawi City.

Nevertheless, the Philippines battled an insurgent movement in Mindanao for months last year.

Both Aung San Suu Kyi and Obama failed the Nobel Peace Award!

Obama and Aung San won the Noble Peace Award but they failed to live up to its values and virtues

Stuck between a rock (the military) and a hard place (the people), Aung Sang Suu Kyi shows why the Nobel Peace Prize should not be given to living souls.

It should clearly be handed over posthumously. But since the West has lost some of its core values in the long run – one of which was to recognise fellows after their passing – it gave the title to this lady who is doing absolutely nothing to stop a carnage against the Muslim citizens of Myanmar.

Former US President Barack Obama is another perfect example why such trophies should not be given to living souls.

He ended up being a warmonger and the architect of the deadly ‘Arab Spring’ that has give the ISIS’s end-of-the-world scenario an even deadlier outlook.

Myanmar is currently fighting a H1N1 outbreak, which became its unofficial emergency but deaths from the H1N1 swine flu virus is rising amid a grossly underfunded healthcare system struggles to cope.

Instead of pursuing a racist agenda and killing other communities to favour the majority populace of the country, Aung Sang Suu Kyi would do better if she could beef up the country’s health care. To the least, this would be recognised as a stroke of leadership from that lady.

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Did the killing of Osama Bin Laden bring an end to the war on terror?


On Saturday, 07 May 2011 WorldfutureTv,com then Wfol.tv wrote and editorial in which we asked the question whether the dramatic killing of Osama Bin Laden would bring peace to the world and would mean an end of the so called Islamic terrorism?

The answer today, 16 years after the event, is no.

When the news broke out, WorldfutureTv sought the confirmation, the Taliban confirmed the killing and Osama’s followers vowed revenge.

The death of the most wanted man in the recent history, we said, will change the game plan in Afghanistan and Pakistan but will it ensure an end to the U.S. war versus hardline Muslims across the world?

The Americans, jubilant and triumphant, has said the death of Osama is not the end of the conflict they themselves created against the hardline Muslims.

They insisted it is only one of the aims set by the U.S. and that other goals must be achieved before the U.S. calls it a day in the war on terror.

Many leaders of the Muslim world jumped into the bandwagon of the American success, taking a share for the U.S. killing of Osama Bin Laden.

Some even claimed the world will be a better place than ever now with Osama dead. However, they miss the point that this ‘betterment’ and the peace sought after can only be achieved by the U.S. and its people laying down their weapons against the Muslims across the world.

The U.S. want to be the leader of the globe, dominating and imposing in similar ways the old ’empires’ did.

After its assassination of Osama, the Obama administration made it clear it want to go and get the other leaders of all the anti-American groups on earth.

However, we knew this would be a monumental task, even for America to handle.

It took them 10 long years to achieve one single goal: Kill Osama. Their other goals in the war on terror, such as eliminating what they call ‘extremism’ in Islam is a lost cause while their aim at seeing Al-Qaeda and the Taliban fade away for good are but far fetched.

Time and again, it is proven the Americans have failed in the war on terror despite the billions of dollars and the thousands of soldiers they sent to Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya (Qatar helped with thousands of soldiers).

The end of the OBL era led us right into the ISIS era.

Today the Taliban still control much of the physical territory of Afghanistan and not only that, they dominate the Nato-U.S. and Western forces with their skills and their stealth IED’s.

The Americans has also failed to stop the divergent groups from the Al-Qaeda from infiltration the ‘democratic’ revolutions in the Arab lands, including Libya, Egypt, Tunia and now Syria.

It was known by almost everyone that the Al-Qaeda was behind the revolts in Yeman and were plotting more revolts in Jordan, Morocco and Algeria but these has stalled since the Americans and the West in general failed to lend support to the ‘democratic’ movements in these countries.

But as soon as the Americans opens the channels that will aid and facilitate the way for the ‘democracy’ movements in Algeria, Morocco, Jordan or even Saudi Arabia, the Al-Qaeda will be the first among all groups to descend in the streets to help oust the ‘corrupt’ regimes in place in these countries.

This shows how far the Americans has under-estimated the power of the former Al-Qaeda members who have since then joined the ISIS.

With the rise of the ISIS, we saw that the killing of the man himself did not bring an end to the war on terror, but it started new frontiers in Iraq, Syria and Turkey for example where suicide bombings were common until recently.

Now that the ISIS is facing the full brunt of the war on terror, it will dissipate in the general population of the Arab and Muslim lands but that will not be the end of it.

The question is whether the end of the ISIS reign in its self-proclaimed ‘caliphates’ in Mosul and soon Raqaa in Syria, bring peace or will it end the war on terror?

We believe the ISIS will be back, in force, and in various forms. And this can only mean there will be more wars for the anti-terror forces to fight out.

Qatar sent 5000 armed men to help overthrow Qaddafi

Muammar Gaddafi, the bereaved leader of the former Libya Jamahiriya, now a defunct state divided into mini emirates headed by armed gang men.

In the tussle between Qatar and the rest of the GCC nations, we believe Qatar was involved in the overthrow of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.

In 2012, we published an article sourced from diplomatic correspondents in Embassies in Kuala Lumpur, that detailed the presence of 5000 Qatari soldiers on Libyan soil.

In that case, the rebels fighting in Libya (most of whom were former Libyans who were living in Europe and elsewhere), were helped not only by the illegal Nato bombings and Nato mercenaries (mostly from France) on the field, but also by the large Qatari armed forces on the ground.

A group that was fighting against the ISIS forces on the ground called The Libyan Liberation Front had – in 2012 – captured a Qatari army head.

They also captured a leader of the pro-Qatari armed forces  – a Libyan ‘Emir’, a chief of the rebels against Gaddafi and hanged him in Tripoli.  That was the same day the Qatari armed forces head leading the operations in Libya was captured.

Besides the armed men, Qatar had also sent (according to various news reports in 2012) some members of its ‘special forces’ to join hands with the French, US, and British-German special forces on the ground.

Responsible for supporting the rebels, the troops from Doha were first deployed at Tobruk and then to the west in the Jebel Nefoussa, where the chief of Staff of Qatar, Hamad bin Ali General al-Attyiah was based.

In comparison, France had only a few dozen commandos from the Special Forces.

“The Qataris arrived with suitcases full of money, which allowed them to bribe to tribes,” adds the source.

The emirate of Qatar has played a significant role in the fall of the Gaddafi regime, which led to the country falling into the hands of various extremist forces claiming to be Islamic, including the terrorising ISIS that culled the pro-Gaddafi population and innocent civilians in Syrte after the fall of the Gaddafi bastion.

Photos beheaded men – suspected of working for the Gaddafi regime – were published all over the internet and on ISIS websites.

More on this Qatari interest in the Libyan ‘Arab Spring’ to come soon!