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France and Belgium Face Fresh ISIS Attacks: Report

France and Belgium are facing a fresh wave of “imminent” terrorist attacks by the Daesh Takfiri terrorists returning from the conflict zones in the Middle East, Belgian security and intelligence sources say. The note from Belgium's anti-terror unit to police, which was published by Derniere Heure newspaper, warned on Wednesday, "Fighters travelling without passports left Syria about a week and a half ago in order to reach Europe by boat via Turkey and Greece." French police officers observe a minute of silence during a ceremony in memory of a French police officer and his wife, killed on June 13 by a man claiming allegiance to the Daesh Takfiri terrorists, at the Eveche police station in Marseille on June 16, 2016. (AFP photo) "These people are thought to have split into two groups - one for Belgium, the other for France in order to commit terror attacks in groups of two," the memo sent to police and security services across Belgium said, adding, "Accordi…

Orlando vs Syria: World mourns for 50 killed in Florida, silent on 224 killed in Syria in a week

Beirut: Shooting incident at the Pulse night club in Orlando Florida was condemned in every corner of the world, while in another part of the world nobody cares to take note of the massacre happening in Syria.

People around the world have got so used to hearing about civilian deaths in war ravaged Syria, that they have even lost count on the number of casualties but recently the conflict has intensified.

In the first week of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, 224 people were killed. Majority of these deaths are blamed on the bombings by Syrian and Russian warplanes, an allegation Russia has denied.

Between 6 and 12 June – the first week of the Islamic holy month of fasting – at least 148 civilians, including 50 children and 15 women, were killed as helicopters dropped “explosive barrel” bombs, The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

The situation has further worsened with the presence of ISIS and other anti-government forces who are fighting against each other for control.


Witness: "America Needs To Stop Bombing ISIS" - Orlando Shooter


Orlando shooting victim says he played dead for 3 hours to stay alive.

A witness who survived the terrorist attack inside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando recounts his interactions with the terrorist who held hostages on ABC's 20/20

Posted June 14, 2016

First, the man tells how the terrorist confiscated everyone's cell phones. "Then he asked, ‘Are you guys black?’ And a couple of them said ‘Yes,’" the victim recalled. "And he said, ‘I don’t have an issue with the blacks.’"

"He got on the phone, I don't know if it was with the news or the police, telling them that America needs to stop bombing ISIS, he called somebody on the phone. Stop bombing ISIS in Syria," the witness reported. "And then he called somebody else that he knew, and he mentioned that he was the fourth shooter, and there were three others, one with I believe a female name, who was playing dead, and she had a bomb vest."

The witness says that he played dead for three hour…