Monday, November 30, 2015

'The situation exploded': Mass brawl at Berlin refugee shelter leads to arrests (VIDEOS)

          'The situation exploded': Mass brawl at Berlin refugee shelter leads to arrests (VIDEOS)

© Ruptly
A mass brawl involving hundreds of people broke out at a refugee shelter in Berlin on Sunday. Police made a number of arrests after being called in to restore order. The fight came just hours after a scuffle at a separate shelter left several people wounded.

The fight, which broke out at a shelter at the disused Tempelhof airport, erupted while lunch was being served.

"There were apparently many hundreds of people involved," a police spokesperson told Reuters.
A total of 830 refugees and migrants were present at the facility, and around 20 or 30 people caused the disruption, according to Michael Elias, who is in charge of the shelter.
"It's the simple fact that there are a lot of young men traveling alone here. We withdrew...because the situation simply exploded. It was a complete blow-out,” Elias said.

An unspecified number of arrests were made after around 100 police officers arrived at the scene to restore order.

It came just hours after a brawl at a separate refugee shelter in the Berlin suburb of Spandau forced 500 residents to flee the building in “fear and panic.”

People smashed windows, threw sofas and emptied fire extinguishers, police told AFP, adding that several residents were wounded in the violence.
Two additional disturbances also broke out at other German shelters on Sunday. Five people were injured in a fight between Syrians in the showers of a residence in the eastern state of Saxony-Anhalt, while a 17-year-old was struck on the head with a belt by another youth at a refugee home in Berlin's Kreuzberg area.

Germany's police union previously called for refugees and migrants to be separated by religion and country of origin to minimize the potential for conflict as the country struggles to handle hundreds of thousands of new arrivals.

The scuffles come after the police union and women's rights groups accused authorities earlier this year of downplaying reports of sexual assault and rape at refugee shelters because they feared a backlash against asylum seekers from German residents. Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has called on Germans to avoid blanket suspicion of refugees.

Germany expects to take in one million refugees and migrants this year alone, and is housing asylum seekers in apartments, army barracks, sports halls, and tent cities.

Obama's Religious Test for Compassion :: Ibrahim in American Thinker

Middle East Forum
Promoting American Interests

Facebook  Twitter  RSS  Join Mailing List
Follow the Middle East Forum

Related Articles

Obama's Religious Test for Compassion
Muslims over Christians

by Raymond Ibrahim
The American Thinker
November 23, 2015
Be the first of your friends to like this.
Slightly edited version of article originally published under the title "Exposed: Obama's Love for Jihadis and Hate for Christians."
Rather than welcoming Iraqi Christian asylum-seekers, the Obama administration has imprisoned many of them.
Obama recently lashed out against the idea of giving preference to Christian refugees, describing it as "shameful." "That's not American. That's not who we are. We don't have religious tests to our compassion," loftily added the American president.
Accordingly, the administration is still determined to accept 10,000 more Syrian refugees, almost all of whom will be Muslim, despite the fact that some are ISIS operatives, while many share the ISIS worldview (as explained below).
Yet right as Obama was grandstanding about "who we are," statistics were released indicating that "the current [refugee] system overwhelmingly favors Muslim refugees. Of the 2,184 Syrian refugees admitted to the United States so far, only 53 are Christians while 2,098 are Muslim."
Aside from the obvious—or to use Obama's own word, "shameful"—pro-Muslim, anti-Christian bias evident in these statistics, there are a number of other troubling factors as well.
Nearly all Syrian 'refugees' admitted to the U.S. are Sunni Muslims.
For starters, the overwhelming majority of "refugees" being brought into the United States are not just Muslim, but Sunnis—the one Muslim sect that the Islamic State is not persecuting and displacing. After all, ISIS—and most Islamic terrorist groups (Boko Haram, Al Qaeda, Al Shabaab, Hamas, et al)—are all Sunnis. Even Obama was arguably raised a Sunni.
Simply put, some 98% of all refugees belong to the same Islamic sect that ISIS does. And many of them, unsurprisingly, share the same vision—such as the "refugees" who recently murdered some 120 people in France, or the "refugees" who persecute Christian minorities in European camps and settlements. (None of this should be surprising considering that Al Azhar—the Sunni world's most prestigious university of Islamic law, which co-hosted Obama's 2009 "A New Beginning" speech—was recently exposed as teaching and legitimizing all the atrocities that ISIS commits.)
As for those who are being raped, slaughtered, and enslaved based on their non-Sunni religious identity—not by Assad, but by so-called "rebel" forces (AKA jihadis)—many of them are being denied refuge in America.
Thus, although Christians were approximately 10 percent of Syria's population in 2011, they comprise only 2.5 percent of those granted refuge in America. This despite the fact that, from a strictly humanitarian point of view—and humanitarianism is the chief reason being cited in accepting refugees, Obama's "compassion"—Christians should receive priority simply because they are the most persecuted group in the Middle East.
At the hands of the Islamic State, which supposedly precipitated the migrant crisis, Christians have been repeatedly forced to renounce Christ or die; they have been enslaved and raped; and they have had more than 400 of their churches desecrated and destroyed.[1]
Obama's policies in the Middle East have directly exacerbated the plight of its Christians.
ISIS has committed no such atrocities against fellow Sunnis, they who are being accepted into the U.S. in droves. Nor does Assad enslave, behead, or crucify people based on their religious identity (despite Jeb Bush's recent, and absurd, assertions).
Obama should further prioritize Christian refugees simply because his own policies in the Middle East have directly exacerbated their plight. Christians and other religions minorities did not flee from Bashar Assad's Syria, Saddam Hussein's Iraq, or Muamar Gaddafi's Libya. Their systematic persecution began only after the U.S. interfered in those nations in the name of "democracy" but succeeding in only uncorking the jihadi terrorists that the dictators had long kept suppressed.
Incidentally, prioritizing Christian refugees would not merely be an altruistic gesture or the U.S. government's way of righting its wrongs: rather it brings many benefits to America's security. (Unlike Muslims or even Yazidis, Christians are easily assimilated into Western nations due to the shared Christian heritage, and they bring trustworthy language and cultural skills that are beneficial to the "war on terror.")
Finally, no one should be shocked by these recent revelations of the Obama administration's pro-Muslim and anti-Christian policies. They fit a clear and established pattern of religious bias within his administration. For example:
Most recently, as the White House works on releasing a statement accusing ISIS of committing genocide against religious minorities such as Yazidis — who are named and recognized in the statement — Obama officials are arguing that Christians "do not appear to meet the high bar set out in the genocide treaty" and thus will likely not be mentioned.
In short, and to use the president's own words, it is the Obama administration's own foreign and domestic policies that are "shameful," that are "not American," and that do not represent "who we are."
Yet the question remains: Will Americans take notice and do anything about their leader's policies—which welcome Islamic jihadis while ignoring their victims—or will their indifference continue until they too become victims of the jihad, in a repeat of Paris or worse?
Raymond Ibrahim is a Judith Friedman Rosen fellow at the Middle East Forum and a Shillman fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center.
[1] Even before the new "caliphate" was established, Christians were and continue to be targeted by Muslims—Muslim mobs, Muslim individuals, Muslim regimes, and Muslim terrorists, from Muslim countries of all races (Arab, African, Asian, etc.)—and for the same reason: Christians are infidel number one. See Crucified Again: Exposing Islam's New War on Christians for hundreds of anecdotes before the rise of ISIS as well as the Muslim doctrines that create such hate and contempt for Christians who are especially deserving of refugee status.

To subscribe to the MEF mailing lists, go to


MONDAY NOV 30, 2015










Our primary objective for FALLEN ANGEL

 is to change the evil   Rules of Engagement  

which are killing our warfighters 
Tom Trento, for The United West



Follow The United West on Twitter


MONDAY NOV 30, 2015

Mali: Radisson Blu Hotel Attack Meant to Thwart Peace Accord

Steven Emerson, Executive Director
November 30, 2015

Mali: Radisson Blu Hotel Attack Meant to Thwart Peace Accord

by Amb. John Price
Special to IPT News
November 30, 2015
Be the first of your friends to like this.

The Radisson Blu in 2012
The Nov. 20 terrorist attack at the Radisson Blu hotel in the capital city of Bamako shows that radical Islamists continue to be active in Mali. Reportedly, the attack was to thwart the peace accord between the Azawad National Liberation Movement (MNLA) seeking autonomy, and the Mali government. I believe the Islamists embedded in the northern region want to hinder the peace process so they can create an Islamic caliphate.
The Islamists reportedly affiliated with Moktar Belmoktar's al-Mourabitoune militia killed 18 hotel guests and one local guard. Two of the Islamist gunmen were also killed. I had stayed at the Radisson Blu hotel in the past and found it popular with foreign business people, diplomats, and airline personnel.
In March 2012, Mali's President Amadou Toumani Toure was deposed in a military coup due to his lack of support for fighting the northern Tuareg separatists who had become affiliated with radical Islamists and continually put the Malian soldiers under siege. The Islamists took advantage of the poorly equipped military and seized control of the towns of Timbuktu, Gao, and Kidal.
Instituting Sharia law, the Islamists brutalized the townspeople, destroying radios, TV's, musical instruments and modern conveniences not in accord with their strict interpretation of Islamic tenets. To add to the instability, massive amounts of weapons came back from Libya with Tuareg fighters after the fall of Muammar Gadhafi. With the arms also came an influx of jihadists. Northern Mali, the size of Texas, became the epicenter for Islamists from as far away as Pakistan and Afghanistan. Some of the Islamists had been involved in the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya.
I first visited Mali in January 2000 with an archeological group, visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Africa and the Middle East. Mali was a highlight with its ancient mud mosques in Djenne and Timbuktu. A center of education and religious learning Timbuktu's importance dated back to the 15th century; home to a vast collection of historical manuscripts which the radical Islamists tried to destroy.
I was in Mali again on Sept. 18, 2012, shortly after the Benghazi attack, and chatter indicated al-Qaida affiliates were involved. My visit was for the dedication of an elementary school that our foundation helped fund for my friend Yeah Samake, who was the mayor of Ouelessebougou, a town located 50 miles south of Bamako. Yeah arranged for me to meet with government and religious leaders, and to visit the Mintao refugee camp in neighboring Burkina Faso where we met with Tuareg elders. The Malians I met with were moderate and very concerned about the radical Islamists who had taken control of the northern region displacing 400,000 ethnic Tuaregs and Arabs.
In January 2013, acting President Dioncounda Traore called French President Francois Hollande to ask for military assistance, since al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) and other Islamists had descended south of Konna just 300 miles from Bamako. France immediately sent ground troops and Mirage jets from neighboring Chad to support the Malian military.
Within weeks, the Islamists were driven from Timbuktu, Gao, and Kidal, scattering them into the vast desert and frontier mountain region near the Algerian border. The French forces, however, should have destroyed the Islamist militias when they had the chance since the concern was that they would return. Today, the French and U.N. peacekeeping forces are still fighting these radical Islamists, with over 40 soldiers killed since 2013.
AQIM was the outgrowth of a dissident group in Algeria that in the 1990s attempted to overthrow President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's regime. In 2003, they moved into Mali and became affiliated with Ansar al-Dine, a terrorist group composed of Tuareg fighters that had left the MNLA. The region soon became a safe haven for Islamists including Movement for Oneness in Jihad in West Africa (MOJWA) and other foreign insurgents.
The Tuaregs were pushed aside in a power struggle with the Islamists. In a dispute with al-Qaida leaders, Moktar Belmoktar broke away and formed his own militia, which in January 2013 was responsible for the attack on an Algerian natural gas plant, killing 39 foreign workers.
When I visited Mali in March 2013, the French had driven the Islamists from the three northern towns. Yeah arranged for me to meet the French ambassador, who was confident the Islamists would be defeated. French troops would stay until after the national elections could be safely undertaken. Planning to visit Timbuktu, I met with Yeah's friend Mahamadou Alou Toure, the mayor of Bourem Sidi-Amar, a town located 30 miles from Timbuktu. Knowing the area well, he agreed to travel with us and arrange for meetings with village elders, and Tuareg dissidents in Timbuktu.
Destruction at former Islamist base. Photos courtesy of John Price.
Early the next morning, we started our long drive to Douentza, a town 400 miles north of Bamako, where an army escort would take us through the desolate desert to Timbuktu. Earlier that day we stopped at the Islamist base in Konna that was destroyed by the French. Burned out gun-mounted pickup trucks, armored vehicles, and ammunition bunkers indicated a fierce battle had taken place, with many Islamists being killed.
Our military escort consisted of 20 soldiers and four pickup trucks with mounted machine guns. The route covered 120 miles over the rugged terrain. The concern was that Islamists could still be embedded in the area, especially near the Niger River crossing. Mahamadou made arrangements for a ferry to take us across, arriving in Timbuktu after midnight; encountering only two flat tires in the twenty-hour trip.
We met the next morning with Col. Keba Sangare at Fort Elbekaye. Sangare noted security had improved dramatically since a year earlier when Timbuktu was under siege. More than 1,000 Islamists had been driven out of the area since January. However, Sangare noted that if the French troops were to leave it would be difficult to keep the region secure since the Islamists would return.
With six added military vehicles and more than a dozen soldiers, the caravan traveled to Mahamadou's village, Bourem Sidi-Amar. Hundreds of people lined the narrow dirt road waving Malian and French flags and cheerfully dancing, singing songs, and playing musical instruments which were not allowed under Islamist control. Sangare told the villagers that they could count on the military to protect them. The village elders said they were thankful the Islamists were gone and free of their brutal acts.
Timbuktu felt peaceful, with shops open again and people mingling around. On a street corner, young boys huddled around a radio listening to music, which was forbidden under Sharia law. The Hotel Colombe where we stayed barely managed to remain open, the manager told me. Without the foreign journalists and government people they could not survive. He was hopeful that security in the area would continue so tourists could again arrive at the airport, the main access to Timbuktu.
I was awakened at 4 a.m. the next day by several explosions. At first I thought it was a dream. Then reality set in as the continuous gunfire lasted several hours. At daybreak, Mirage jets traversed overhead. A knock on the door summoned me to meet at the neighboring military base where Col. Sangare gave us a briefing. He noted that at a checkpoint five miles from Timbuktu a vehicle drove past without stopping. In the firefight that ensued, five insurgents were killed and one was captured. An insurgent in the vehicle detonated his suicide vest, killing one soldier and injuring six others. At the airport, two suicide bombers were killed before they could detonate their vests. Timbuktu was under tight security, and leaving would be difficult since no military escort would be provided.
In the hotel lobby, the next morning a Swedish TV producer alerted me that a U.N. Humanitarian Air Service plane was coming to pick up 10 journalists. He suggested I call to see if I could get on the flight since there were no other evacuation plans. With the help of the U.S. embassy in Bamako, the U.N. dispatcher luckily had a seat available. Under tight French security, the plane departed mid-morning for the town of Mopti, where I arranged for an SUV to drive me back to Bamako, a grueling fourteen-hour journey.
The attacks in Timbuktu were the first in several weeks. A few days after we left, the Islamists came back and attacked the military base, coming over the back wall of the hotel where we had stayed. The liberation of Mali's northern towns may be short-lived since Islamists continue their hit-and-run attacks. The insurgents' tactics now include suicide bombers infiltrating the towns and villages, scaring people and their freedom. The attacks at the Radisson Blu hotel in Bamako, and in Kidal last weekend have further shaken Malians.
With limited French and U.N. peacekeeping forces and a stretched Malian military covering such a wide territory, the recent attacks will not be the last by the Islamists. If France could not stop the Islamists from creating the carnage on Nov. 13 in their own backyard, then attacks in Mali will be even more difficult to stop since intelligence resources are limited. If Moktar Belmoktar was behind the Radisson Blu hotel attack, it could have been in retribution for the French military incursion in northern Mali, and to show support for the Islamist attacks in Paris.
Disrupting the peace accord between the Tuareg separatists and the Mali government could also give the Islamists more time to reach their goal of an Islamic caliphate in northern Mali.
John Price served as Ambassador to the Republic of Mauritius, Republic of Seychelles, and Union of Comoros from 2002-2005.
The IPT accepts no funding from outside the United States, or from any governmental agency or political or religious institutions. Your support of The Investigative Project on Terrorism is critical in winning a battle we cannot afford to lose. All donations are tax-deductible. Click here to donate online. The Investigative Project on Terrorism Foundation is a recognized 501(c)3 organization.  

202-363-8602 - main
202-966-5191 - fax

Daniel Greenfield's article: Syrians are a Terror Threat, Here are the Numbers

Daniel Greenfield's article: Syrians are a Terror Threat, Here are the Numbers

Link to Sultan Knish

Posted: 29 Nov 2015 08:31 PM PST
Syria is a terror state. It didn’t become that way overnight because of the Arab Spring or the Iraq War.

Its people are not the victims of American foreign policy, Islamic militancy or any of the other fashionable excuses. They supported Islamic terrorism. Millions of them still do.

They are not the Jews fleeing a Nazi Holocaust. They are the Nazis trying to relocate from a bombed out Berlin.

These are the cold hard facts.

ISIS took over parts of Syria because its government willingly allied with it to help its terrorists kill Americans in Iraq. That support for Al Qaeda helped lead to the civil war tearing the country apart.

The Syrians were not helpless, apathetic pawns in this fight. They supported Islamic terrorism.

A 2007 poll showed that 77% of Syrians supported financing Islamic terrorists including Hamas and the Iraqi fighters who evolved into ISIS. Less than 10% of Syrians opposed their terrorism.

Why did Syrians support Islamic terrorism? Because they hated America.

Sixty-three percent wanted to refuse medical and humanitarian assistance from the United States. An equal number didn’t want any American help caring for Iraqi refugees in Syria.

The vast majority of Syrians turned down any form of assistance from the United States because they hated us. They still do. Just because they’re willing to accept it now, doesn’t mean they like us.

If we bring Syrian Muslims to America, we will be importing a population that hates us.

The terrorism poll numbers are still ugly. A poll this summer found that 1 in 5 Syrians supports ISIS.  A third of Syrians support the Al Nusra Front, which is affiliated with Al Qaeda. Since Sunnis are 3/4rs of the population and Shiites and Christians aren’t likely to support either group, this really means that Sunni Muslim support for both terror groups is even higher than these numbers make it seem.

And even though Christians and Yazidis are the ones who actually face ISIS genocide, Obama has chosen to take in few Christians and Yazidis. Instead 98.6% of Obama’s Syrian refugees are Sunni Muslims.

This is also the population most likely to support ISIS and Al Qaeda.

But these numbers are even worse than they look. Syrian men are more likely to view ISIS positively than women. This isn’t surprising as the Islamic State not only practices sex slavery, but has some ruthless restrictions for women that exceed even those of Saudi Arabia.  (Al Qaeda’s Al Nusra Front, however, mostly closes the gender gap getting equal support from Syrian men and women.)

ISIS, however, gets its highest level of support from young men. This is the Syrian refugee demographic.

In the places where the Syrian refugees come from, support for Al Qaeda groups climbs as high as 70% in Idlib, 66% in Quneitra, 66% in Raqqa, 47% in Derzor, 47% in Hasakeh, 41% in Daraa and 41% in Aleppo.

Seventy percent support for ISIS in Raqqa has been dismissed as the result of fear. But if Syrians in the ISIS capital were just afraid of the Islamic State, why would the Al Nusra Front, which ISIS is fighting, get nearly as high a score from the people in Raqqa? The answer is that their support for Al Qaeda is real.

Apologists will claim that these numbers don’t apply to the Syrian refugees. It’s hard to say how true that is. Only 13% of Syrian refugees will admit to supporting ISIS, though that number still means that of Obama’s first 10,000 refugees, 1,300 will support ISIS. But the poll doesn’t delve into their views of other Al Qaeda groups, such as the Al Nusra Front, which usually gets more Sunni Muslim support.

And there’s no sign that they have learned to reject Islamic terrorism and their hatred for America.

When Syrian refugees were asked to list the greatest threat, 29 percent picked Iran, 22 percent picked Israel and 19 percent picked America. Only 10 percent viewed Islamic terrorism as a great threat.

By way of comparison, twice as many Iraqis see Islamic terrorism as a threat than Syrians do and slightly more Palestinian Arabs view Islamic terrorism as a threat than Syrians do. These are terrible numbers.

Thirty-seven percent of Syrian refugees oppose US airstrikes on ISIS. 33% oppose the objective of destroying ISIS.

And these are the people whom our politicians would have us believe are “fleeing an ISIS Holocaust.”

Seventy-three percent of Syrian refugees view US foreign policy negatively. That’s a higher number than Iraqis. It’s about equal to that of Palestinian Arabs.

They don’t like us. They really don’t like us.

Obama’s first shipment of Syrians will include 1,300 ISIS supporters and most of the rest will hate this country. But unless they’re stupid enough to announce that during their interviews, the multi-layered vetting that Obama and other politicians boast about will be useless.

It only took 2 Muslim refugees to carry out the Boston Marathon massacre. It only took 19 Muslim terrorists to carry out 9/11.

If only 1 percent of those 1,300 Syrian ISIS supporters put their beliefs into practice, they can still kill thousands of Americans.

And that’s a best case scenario. Because it doesn’t account for how many thousands of them support Al Qaeda. It doesn’t account for how many of them back other Islamic terrorist groups such as Hamas that had widespread support in Syria.

While the media has shamelessly attempted to exploit the Holocaust to rally support for Syrian migrants, the majority of Syrians supported Hamas whose mandate is finishing Hitler’s work. The Hamas charter describes a “struggle against the Jews” that culminates in another Holocaust. Bringing Hamas supporters to America will lead to more Muslim Supremacist violence against Jews in this country.

But all of this can be avoided by taking in genuine Syrian refugees.

While Obama insists on taking in fake Syrian refugees, mainly Sunni Muslims from UN camps who support terrorism and are not endangered in Jordan or Turkey, both Sunni countries, he is neglecting the real refugees, Christians and Yazidis, who are stateless and persecuted in the Muslim world.

Instead of taking in fake refugees who hate us, we should be taking in real refugees who need us.

Obama and Paul Ryan have claimed that a “religious test” for refugees is wrong, but religious tests are how we determine whether a refugee is really fleeing persecution or is just an economic migrant.

The Sunni Muslims that Obama is taking in do not face persecution. They are the majority. They are the persecutors. It’s the Yazidis and the Christians who need our help. And these real refugees, unlike the fake Sunni Muslim refugees, are not coming here to kill us. They truly have nowhere else to go.

Syria is a disaster because its rival Muslim religious groups are unable to get along with each other. Bringing them to this country will only spread the violence from their land to ours. Instead of taking in the religious majority that caused this mess through its intolerance, we should take in their victims; the Christians and Yazidis who are being slaughtered and enslaved by ISIS.

During the entire Syrian Civil War, Obama has only taken in 1 Syrian Yazidi and 53 Christians.

It’s time that we had a refugee policy that protected the persecuted, instead of their Muslim persecutors. It’s time that we listened to Syrian Christians in this country who oppose bringing tens of thousands of Syrian Muslims to terrorize their neighborhoods the way that they are already terrorizing Syrian Christians in Germany.

Syrian Muslims are a nation of terrorist supporters. They destroyed their own country. Let’s not let them destroy ours.

It’s time that we kept our nation safe by doing the right thing. Let’s take in the real Christian and Yazidi refugees and let the fake Sunni Muslim refugees and terrorist supporters stay in their own countries.
Daniel Greenfield is a New York City based writer and blogger and a Shillman Journalism Fellow of the David Horowitz Freedom Center.

Islam Owns Any Land It Ever Occupied, Including Israel, Spain, Large Parts of Russia, a Third of China, and All of India, According to Islamic Doctrine

Islam Owns Any Land It Ever Occupied, Including Israel, Spain, Large Parts of Russia, a Third of China, and All of India, According to Islamic Doctrine

Link to Citizen Warrior

Posted: 29 Nov 2015 10:00 AM PST
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (the Supreme Leader of Iran) has published a new 416-page book called "Palestine." So far, the only place the book is available is in Iran. Khamenei's position is, of course, that Israel has no right to exist.

"Khamenei claims that his strategy for the destruction of Israel is not based on anti-Semitism," writes Amir Taheri in the New York Post, "which he describes as a European phenomenon. His position is instead based on 'well-established Islamic principles.'

"One such principle is that a land that falls under Muslim rule, even briefly, can never again be ceded to non-Muslims. What matters in Islam is ownership of a land’s government, even if the majority of inhabitants are non-Muslims."

Khamenei is well-versed in Islamic doctrine, including advanced levels of Muslim education, and he was an Islamic teacher and cleric before he started his political career.

"Dozens of maps circulate in the Muslim world showing the extent of Muslim territories lost to the Infidel that must be recovered," writes Taheri. "These include large parts of Russia and Europe, almost a third of China, the whole of India and parts of the Philippines and Thailand."

Read the rest of the article in the New York Post: Iran publishes book on how to outwit US and destroy Israel.

This was also posted on Inquiry Into Islam here.