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  1. The shooter who killed two people and injured 12 others in Toronto on Sunday night has been identified as Pakistani origin Faisal Hussain. Hussain's name was released by the Ontario Special Investigations Unit on Monday due to "the exceptional circumstances of this tragic incident," BBC News reported. Muslim terrorist Hussain, 29, was found dead after the shooting, Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit told CBC News. The Ontario Special Investigations Unit said that six investigators and three forensic investigators are investigating the gunman's death, CBC News reported. Police are still investigating Hussain 's terror network. The shooting began on Sunday night at about 10 p.m, according to the Toronto Star. An exchange of gunfire took place in Toronto's Greektown neighborhood of Danforth. Muslim terrorist Hussain was found dead on Danforth Avenue, according to the publication.
  2. Meet Rehana, a Kurdish female fighter who has allegedly killed over 100 members of Islamic State (ISIS) during the fight over the town of Kobani. The fighter, known only as Rehana, was named in a tweet which has already been shared thousands of times since it was initially sent on 13 October. Journalist Pawan Durani tweeted a photo of Rehana and encouraged others to share it as well. Rehana has killed more than a hundred #ISIS terrorists in #Kobane, the photos caption reads. [Retweet] and make her famous for her bravery. Rumors are soaring that Rehana was possibly captured and killed by Islamic State militants, but the claim has yet to be confirmed. No matter what, Rehana has become truly a hero in social media, and fans are making sure that her bravery should not go unnoticed. Shes just one of many female Kurdish fighters. However, reports say that the news of Rehana's death and reports claiming she single-handedly killed over 100 ISIS jihadists cannot be independently verified. Many Kurdish women are known for their bravery and fighting skills after various reported incidents where they showed great strength while attacking the militants belonging to the dreaded Islamic State organisation. Photo courtesy: Twitter http://www.sify.com/news/meet-the-woman-who-killed-over-100-isis-men-news-national-okrlgEcihibhh.html
  3. An Algerian extremist group linked to the Islamic State has decapitated a French hostage in retaliation for Frances airstrikes against militants, French President Francois Hollande confirmed Wednesday. http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/09/24/watchdog-algerian-militant-group-linked-to-isis-kills-french-hostage/
  4. This is becoming a daily thing now. May Vaheguru jee do kirpa and save the world from these beasts! http://www.cnn.com/2014/09/13/world/meast/isis-haines-family-message/index.html?hpt=hp_t1
  5. Sydney: Australia on Friday raised its terror threat level to high for the first time in a decade on growing concern about Australian Islamist militants returning from fighting in Iraq and Syria. The heightened alert after years on medium officially means a terrorist attack is likely and comes after repeated government warnings that attacks could happen. There are people with the intent and the capability to mount attacks here in Australia, Prime Minister Tony Abbott told a press conference. The lifting of the threat level was not based on knowledge of a specific attack plan but rather a body of evidence that points to the increased likelihood of a terrorist attack in Australia, Abbott added in a joint statement with Attorney-General George Brandis. Security and intelligence agencies are concerned about the increasing number of Australians working with, connected to, or inspired by terrorist groups such as Isil (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant), Jabhat Al Nusrah, and Al Qaida, he said. The threat they pose has been increasing for more than a year. The high alert is just below extreme the top level which would indicate a terrorist attack is imminent or has occurred. It followed a similar decision by Britain in August, which raised its terror threat risk level to severe meaning an attack is thought highly likely. Abbott said his countrys alert was now broadly comparable to the threat level in the United Kingdom. Monash Universitys Global Terrorism Research Centre director Greg Barton said the alert was last raised after the September 11, 2001 attacks and following the 2002 Bali bombings. Weve never had the alert bumped up when nothings happened when theres no incident, Barton said, adding that the current move was largely driven by developments with [isil]. The government believes up to 60 Australians are fighting alongside militants for Isil, while another 100 were actively working to support the movement at home. Abbott said based on previous experience with Australians who went to Afghanistan and Pakistan to join the Taliban, they had retained the inclination to engage in terrorist activity when they returned home. We do know that people coming back from the Middle East are militarised and brutalised, accustomed to kill without compunction, do pose a significant threat to our community should they not be under the closest possible supervision, he said. Barton said the higher alert would give authorities more resources in patrolling public locations and in sifting through intelligence about potential attacks. Given that our big concern at the moment is the targeting of soft targets, particularly something like a train station in the city... our best line of defence... is intelligence, he said. Abbott stressed the new threat level was not linked to his governments decision to support US military action in Iraq and Syria, adding: We have experienced significant levels of threats for a long time now. We would be targets regardless of anything that we did. The Australian Strategic Policy Institutes executive director Peter Jennings agreed, saying that while Australias alliance with the US might see some extra risk, it was only a result of a prolonged process of radicalisation involving significant numbers of Australians over the last few years. Brandis stressed that the decision was not targeted at Muslims. http://gulfnews.com/news/world/other-world/australia-raises-terror-alert-to-high-on-mideast-fears-1.1384303
  6. How familiar is this story to what Sikhs suffered in Sikh history. Forced conversions, robbing of families, public mass beheadings, mass rapes of girls and women of their enemy, taking of land and homes,etc The same thing is happening to other non-muslims in the year 2014..... can any community ever be safe living in peace with mentally ill 7th century salafi sunni inhumane barbarians? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2726033/We-hundreds-Yazidi-slave-women-Syria-How-news-Sick-boast-British-jihadi-ISIS-captures-wives-siege-Mount-Sinjar.html
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