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Who Funds ISIS? EurAsian Times Analysis

Formation of the ISIS: EurAsian Times

Established in October 2006 as a result of the merger of several radical Sunni units led by the al-Qaeda unit in Iraq called the Islamic State of Iraq (ISIS). At the same time, the “Constitution” – “Notification of mankind of the birth of an Islamic state” was adopted. The IS set a goal to seize the Sunni part of Iraq and turn it into a militarized Islamic state. In 2010, the emir of the Institute became one of the leaders of al-Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

In April 2013, through the merger of two “affiliates” of Al-Qaeda in Iraq and Syria – the Islamic State of Iraq and the Syrian Jebhat AL-Nusra (a terrorist group) an organization was formed called “Islamic The State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), whose goal was to create an Islamic emirate on the territory of Iraq, Syria and Lebanon.

On April 10, 2013, ISIS fighters swore allegiance to Al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri. However, due to enmity and regular clashes between the Iraqi and Syrian factions az-Zawahiri in November 2013 decided to dissolve the ISIL so that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Jebhat AL-Nusra act independently of each other, In Iraq, and the other in Syria. However, ISIS continued to operate on the territory of both states. In September 2015, Ayman al-Zawahiri suggested that the Islamic State militants should act as a united front against the “crusaders and atheists,” while emphasizing that they do not recognize the caliphate they declared.

In June 2014, the ISIS terrorists took control of several oil fields near the cities of Mosul and Kirkuk (Iraq). Capturing large military bases in Iraq, they received at their disposal a large number of weapons and military equipment, including portable anti-aircraft missile systems, tanks, armoured personnel carriers and howitzers of American manufacture. According to US intelligence and statements by the Iraqi authorities, IS fighters also possess chemical weapons and repeatedly used mustard and chlorine-containing ammunition in Syria and Iraq.

In June 2014 ISIL announced the establishment of the “Islamic Caliphate” in the occupied territories of Iraq and Syria, and the leader of the organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was appointed “caliph”. At the same time, it was decided to rename the group into the Islamic State.

The CIA estimates that the strength of the group is about 30,000, while the Iraqi authorities claim 200,000. According to estimates by the Russian Defense Ministry in December 2015, the IG has 60,000 people. Citizens of 80 countries are fighting in the ranks of militants, including about 2 thousand Russian citizens.

Complete Article: https://eurasiantimes.com/isis/

 

First 100 days of the South Korean President : EurAsian Times

The President of South Korea (ROK) Mun Zhe Ying officially took up his duties on May 10. In the Republic of Korea, the presidential term is five years. But already in the first 100 days, President Moon made it clear to his citizens: changes are coming. In energy, health, and foreign policy. The reaction of the South Koreans did not wait: approval ratings beat records.

Country of Records: South Korea

In November 2016, former President Pak Kin He, now in custody on charges of bribery and abuse of power, beat an anti-record popularity. The approval rating of its activities fell to a negligible 5%. And in one of the regions of the country, the indicator was fixed at 0%.

Against this background, an unconditional triumphant is the new president – a representative of the Liberal Democratic Party. His approval rating ranged from 75 to 85%. And in the age group from 30 to 40 years, the rating reached and 90% – an absolute record in the history of independent South Korea.

The country’s largest media explain the unprecedented popularity of the pendulum effect. Against the backdrop of corruption-ridden Pak Kun Hye, who did not like communication with the press and listened to her sectarian girlfriend, liberal, optimistic and unconcerned, Mun Zhe Ying seemed to South Koreans almost ideal candidate for the post of head of state. This point of view was not shared except that one-party members Pak Kun Hye. As he said the chairwoman of the Democratic Party Chu Mi E, the administration of the new president is “the highest and most stable level of approval” in the country’s history.

https://eurasiantimes.com/first-100-days-south-korean-president/

 

EurAsian Times: Will N.Korea Attack Guam?

The US intends to shoot down DPRK missiles launched in the direction of Japan, the Republic of Korea, and the American island of Guam. This was stated on Thursday by the head of the Pentagon, James Mattis, after talks between the heads of foreign and defense departments of the United States and Japan in the “two plus two” format in Washington.

In a nutshell, if a missile is launched in the direction of Japan, Guam, United States, South Korea, we intend to take immediate, concrete action in order to bring it down,” he said, Which Washington will accept if Pyongyang launches a ballistic missile. Answering the same question, Japanese Defense Minister said that Tokyo “uses all available means for missile defense.”

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How Mobile Phones are Killing You Softly: EurAsian Times

Mobile phones have become a necessity. More than seventy five people of the Indian adults own this device for communication and related purposes. Irrespective of the kind of cell phone you use, chances are that you continue to check for messages, alerts, or calls even when your mobile device isn’t ringing or vibrating. On an average, people usually tend to spend more than 150 minutes on cellphones during the day Cell phones are useful and effective mode of communication however the excessive use of the same can badly affects your health. As per the latest study conducted by World health Federation, Mobile phones emit radio waves through a series of base stations where radio-frequency waves are electromagnetic fields that cannot break chemical bonds or cause ionisation in the human body.

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Lost 250 Kg’s after Surgery, but still Unsatisfied

Eman Abd El Aty’s sister, an Egyptian citizen, believed to be the world’s heaviest living female , who had come to India for weight loss surgery has blamed the doctors about giving false statements about her weight loss. She had flown from Egypt and had gone through surgery in Mumbai’s Saifee hospital, and doctors claimed that she has lost 250 kgs after the surgery. However her sister has hold these claims to be baseless and untrue. She said that the surgery has negatively affected her health and she might have faced a stroke. Her condition is said to delicate.

Maoist’s are Biggest Threat – EurAsian Times

Well planned attack by the Maoist group leads to the loss of 25 Central Reserve Police Force in Chhattisgarh’s Sukma area. The Communist party of India is a Maoists terrorist group and they aim to defeat the India government through people’s war. Deprived and alienated sections of the people are part of Maoists group. They are one of the major internal security challenge and threat for the country. There are reports of six people being injured. The attack was done by almost 300 Maoists. During the time of attack, the CRPF team was doing was doing the sanitation training for an under-construction road in the area. Sukma has been known to suffer from Maoists danger activities. Sukma is a part of south Bastar. In the span of 6 years, more than 150 security personnel have died in six major attacks in Chhattisgarh. http://eurasiantimes.com/maoists-are-bigger-threat-than-pakistan/