Mawla the ‘Destroyer’, brutal new head of Islamic State group

July 21, 2020 — SpaceWar.com reports: “With monikers as divergent as the ‘Professor’ and the ‘Destroyer’, the Islamic State group’s new head has a reputation for brutality, but otherwise remains largely an enigma.

Amir Mohammed Said Abd al-Rahman al-Mawla replaced Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi after his death in a raid by US special forces last October.

Mawla was initially presented to the world by the Islamic State (IS) as Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi — a man about whom America and Iraq had little intelligence.

US officials later came to believe that al-Qurashi was Mawla’s nom de guerre, recognising him in March as the new head of IS.

The State Department immediately placed him on its ‘Specially Designated Global Terrorist’ list, sparking a quest to learn more about a most-wanted man who now has a $10 million bounty on his head.

One thing everyone seems to agree on is Mawla’s brutal nature…”  (Islam is a religion of hate.  Sharia Law demands death penalties for (1) Daughters who have premarital sex, (2) Homosexuals – these murderers are told to drop them from the highest mountain to be sure to hear their fearful screams, (3) Apostates – these are Islamic religionists who mock Allah, Muhammad, of the Koran, (4) All infidels – non Muslim religionists.  Genuine Christianity is the only religion of peace – “Hereby perceive we the love of God, because he laid down his life for us: and we ought to lay down our lives for the brethren” – I John 3:16.  See the next report.)

French Senate Report Describes ‘Alarming’ Spread of Islamism

July 13, 2020 — Breitbart.com reports: “A report compiled by members of the French Senate has detailed the spread of political Islam across France and listed 44 proposals to combat radical Islamist ideology.

The report, which was written by the Commission of Inquiry on Islamist Radicalisation and the Means to Combat It, claims that radical Islamism ‘is polymorphous, penetrating into all aspects of social life and tends to impose a new social standard by taking advantage of individual freedom’.

Senator Jacqueline Eustache-Brinio, a member of the centre-right Republicans, said that nearly all of France is affected by radical Islam, adding: ‘We cannot accept it. Now or never is the time to react.’

Obtained and reported on by French newspaper Le Figaro, the report states that in certain districts of the country an ‘Islamist ecosystem’ has emerged that questions secular principles such as equality of men and women and the rights of homosexuals…”