DAMASCUS, SYRIA (10:20 P.M.) – The ISIS affiliate ‘Jaish Khalid ibn al-Walid’ released a handful of images on Wednesday showing a Sharia crackdown on a local man accused of being a thief.

In accordance with strict religious laws, the unidentified civilian had his hand and foot chopped off by the hardline jihadist group:


Jaish Khalid ibn al-Walid controls around a dozen towns and villages on the border with Israel and Jordan in the western Daraa countryside.

The ISIS franchise in mention regularly decapitates its enemies and is known to keep the local population in check through its extensive Sharia system.

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The US enabled and encouraged the re-birth of this medieval ideology for the pure greed of US Corporations.

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Actually, it’s more Pakistani ISI and the House of Saoud while Reagan provided huge money to Pakis, not really controlling what they were doing with their mudjahideens, soon to be known as Talebans.
I don’t think US corps doing so good out of this s**t : US economy as dropped a lot : if having EU and China becoming bigger is no surprise : population being bigger but ending behind Japan which has only 100M people in sucks a lot more!

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” Actually, it’s more Pakistani ISI and the House of Saoud while Reagan provided huge money to Pakis, not really controlling what they were doing with their mudjahideens, soon to be known as Talebans. ” House of Saud and Pakistan’s ISI would not be able to act without Washington’s consent. The US was cooperated on the ground with the Saudis and Pakistanis, so any talk of Washington “not” being in control is bollocks. It’s is the US regime’s will, otherwise it could very easily rein in its stooges in Riyad and Islamabad. Both Saudi and Pakistani regimes would not remain… Read more »

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@ Hakim,

I agree with you and the Saudi and Gulf regimes are all very unpopular with the bulk of their populations . Such regimes are also supported by the UK. The UK/US arms sales to these tyrannical despots represent a large proportion of US/UK GDP.

I am wondering if a civil war in the US is needed to imbue some reality into US citizens of what a civil war does to any nation. It would be cathartic for the US I think.

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” Actually, it’s more Pakistani ISI and the House of Saoud while Reagan provided huge money to Pakis, not really controlling what they were doing with their mudjahideens, soon to be known as Talebans. ” House of Saud and Pakistan’s ISI would not be able to act without Washington’s consent. The US and its entire intelligence/security apparatus were closely cooperating right on the ground with the Saudis and Pakistanis, so any talk of Washington “not” being in control is utter bollocks. It’s the US regime’s will, otherwise it could very easily and promptly rein in its stooges in Riyad and… Read more »