Friday, July 01, 2016

 

7 ISLAMIC RADICALS HAVE TAKEN FOREIGN HOSTAGES AROUND 33 IN BANGLADESH RESTAURANT-22 HACKED TO DEATH WITH SHARP OBJECTS-40 INJURED AND 6 OF THE 7 ISLAMIC TERRORISTS KILLED..

JEWISH KING JESUS IS COMING AT THE RAPTURE FOR US IN THE CLOUDS-DON'T MISS IT FOR THE WORLD.THE BIBLE TAKEN LITERALLY- WHEN THE PLAIN SENSE MAKES GOOD SENSE-SEEK NO OTHER SENSE-LEST YOU END UP IN NONSENSE.GET SAVED NOW- CALL ON JESUS TODAY.THE ONLY SAVIOR OF THE WHOLE EARTH - NO OTHER. 1 COR 15:23-JESUS THE FIRST FRUITS-CHRISTIANS RAPTURED TO JESUS-FIRST FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT-23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming.ROMANS 8:23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.(THE PRE-TRIB RAPTURE)

UPDATE-JULY 02,2016-04:10AM
THE HOSTAGE CAMPAIGN IS OVER. A TOTAL OF 20 HOSTAGES WERE KILLED. ALL HACKED TO DEATH WITH SHARP OBJECTS. THIRTEEN WERE RESCUED BY POLICE AND SWAT. FOR A TOTAL DEATH OF INNOCENT PEOPLE OF 22 KILLED 40 INJURED AND 13 RESCUED. AS IT TURNED OUT THE TERRORIST HELD 33 HOSTAGES FOR THE AT LEAST 10+  HOUR SIEGE. I HEARD ONE TERRORIST WAS CAPTURED. AS FOR THE TOTAL NUMBER OF ISLAMIC RADICAL TERRORISTS - I HEARD THERE WAS 7. AT LEAST 6 WERE KILLED. 

UPDATE-JULY 01,2016-08:10PM
ISIS HAS CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ISLAMIC DEATH CULT ATTACK.THERE IS STILL NO STOP TO THIS TERRORIST ATTACK. THE STANDSTILL IS STILL ON AFTER SIX PLUS HOURS.

UPDATE-JULY 01,2016-03:26PM
A SECOND OFFICER HAS BEEN KILLED AND 12 INJURED IN THE ISLAMIST SHOOTOUT SO FAR.STILL UNKNOWN IS IF THERE IS ANY OF THE 20 TO 60 HOSTAGES IN THE RESTAURANT KILLED OR INJURED.4:10PM UPDATE-AT LEAST 40 PEOPLE ARE INJURED SO FAR.

UPDATE-JULY 01,2016-02:07PM
AT LEAST 1 POLICE OFFICER HAS BEEN KILLED. AND AT LEAST 3 INJURED. THE POLICE HAVE SURROUNDED THE FOREIGNER RESTAURANT. THIS IS IN THE WESTERN FOREIGN AREA OF GOSHAN BANGLADESH. ANOTHER BIG HMM-CAN YOU SAY ISLAMIC RADICAL DEMONIC NUTJOBS AT IT AGAIN. THIS ALL STARTED AT 8:45PM IN BANGLADESH.

UPDATE-JULY 01,2016-01:40PM
IT IS NOW CONFIRMED IT IS AN ISLAMIC TERRORIST ATTACK.AS A WITNESS WHO ESCAPED THE SCENE SAID THE GUNMEN CAME IN SHOOTING YELLING ALLAH-AK-BAR.AND ITS ONLY ISLAM THAT YELLS ALLAH-AK-BAR.WHILE MURDERING INNOCENT PEOPLE. SO THIS IS ANOTHER ISLAMIC-QURANIC-SEX FOR MURDER-DEATH CULT -MOON GOD ALLAH-MOHAMMAD CULT.

UPDATE-JULY 01,2016-01:30PM
WELL THAT RELIGION OF PEACE ISLAM.MIGHT BE AT IT AGAIN.THIS TIME AT A BAKERY OR RESTAURANT IN BANGLADESH. 8 OR 9 TERRORISTS OR CRIMINALS ARE HOLDING FOREIGN HOSTAGES. AND THROWING HAND GRANADS AT POLICE. REPORTS SAY THERE COULD BE AS MANY AS UP TO 60 HOSTAGES BEING HELD AT THIS RESTAURANT. THERE ARE INJURIES REPORTS. NO REPORTS OF DEATH YET. WE WILL KEEP UP WITH THIS.ONCE AGAIN ITS LATE IN RAMADAN. AND ISLAMIC RADICALS BELIEVE THEY GET 10 TIMES THE BLESSING IN HEAVEN IF THEY KILL INFIDEL WITH THEIR CALIPHATE WORLD JIHAD.

ISIS gloats with horrific images of bodies strewn between tables 'from inside Bangladesh restaurant where they killed at least 20 and injured 40' - as police finally end siege and free 14 hostages-By Mia De Graaf For Dailymail.com and Imogen Calderwood For Mailonline and Agencies-Updated: 08:05 GMT, 2 July 2016

Bangladeshi commandos have stormed a restaurant that had been attacked by ISIS freeing some 13 hostages. Armed terrorists raided the building in Dhaka's upmarket Gulshan quarter taking at least 30 hostages including a large number of foreigners. The terrorists were surrounded by elite commandos for more than 10 hours before the security forces recaptured the building.Six of the ISIS jihadis were killed along with an unspecified number of civilians. The gunmen were armed with high-powered automatic weapons when they entered the Holey Artisan Bakery, which is in the capital's diplomatic zone. The ISIS media wing has claimed responsibility for the attack which was launched on the final Friday of Ramadan, as millions of Muslims prepare to celebrate the Eid holiday. The final ten days of Ramadan are the most solemn in the Islamic calendar. However, Bangladeshi prime minister Sheikh Hasina condemned the terrorists, one of who has been arrested alive. He said: 'Because of the effort of the joint force, the terrorists could not flee. 'Anyone who believes in religion cannot do such act. They do not have any religion, their only religion is terrorism.'Two police officers were killed, including a local police station chief, Mohammed Salahuddin, who was earlier injured in the shoot-out. According to a local photojournalist, Mr Salahuddin was asked by his colleagues not to cross the cordon as he was not wearing a bullet-proof vest.Just moments after he crossed the line, according to the Daily Star in Dhaka, he was shot. A second policeman, Robiul Islam, assistant commissioner of Uttara zone Detective Branch, has also died in the shooting, top police officials confirmed. Another 25 officers and one civilian are being treated for injuries from gunshots and shrapnel, with 10 people in a critical condition, according to hospital authorities.ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack, according to SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist activity. SITE said ISIS' Amaq News Agency reported ISIS terrorists had carried out the attack.Speaking after the raid, Lieutenant Colonel Tuhin Mohammed Masud, commander of the Rapid Action Battalion said: 'We have gunned down at least six terrorists and the main building is cleared but the operation is still going on.'He said there were casualties among other hostages, but did not provide details.A Japanese government spokesman said that a Japanese hostage was rescued with a gunshot wound but seven others are unaccounted for. Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Koichi Hagiuda said that the eight were together at the restaurant at the time of the attack.One member of staff from the restaurant who managed to escape, Sumon Reza, told Bangladeshi newspaper The Daily Star: 'They blasted several crude bombs, causing wide-scale panic among everyone.'I managed to flee during this confusion.' He added: 'They came armed with pistols, swords and bombs. They shouted Allahu Akbar [God is great] before blasting the bombs.' .A police officer assists an injured colleague outside the Holey Artisan Bakery cafe, currently under a hostage siege by armed gunmen.Two police officers injured earlier in the shoot-out have been confirmed dead, according to local media reports-Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) have surrounded the Spanish restaurant, as communications are believed to be underway in an attempt to save their lives of those inside-http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3670353/Gunmen-attack-restaurant-Dhakas-diplomatic-quarter-police-witness.html#ixzz4DEmye05M

Gunmen hit restaurant in diplomatic area of Dhaka-Hostage situation and shooting reported in Gulshan area of the Bangladeshi capital with US Embassy issuing a warning.-july 1,16-aljazera

Gunmen have attacked a restaurant in the diplomatic quarter of the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka.Several police officials were wounded and at least 20 civilians, mostly foreigners, were held hostage inside the restaurant in Gulshan area on Friday evening, Dhaka Tribune cited witnesses as saying.The US Embassy in Dhaka said on its Twitter feed there were "reports of shooting and hostage situation".    Reports of shooting and hostage situation in Gulshan 2, Dhaka. Please shelter in place and monitor news.— U.S. Embassy Dhaka (@usembassydhaka) July 1, 2016

Istanbul airport bombers 'planned hostage-taking'-[AFP]-July 1, 2016-YAHOONEWS

Istanbul (AFP) - The suicide attackers who launched the deadly Istanbul airport assault were planning to take dozens of passengers hostage, Turkish media reported Friday, as two of the bombers were identified.Turkish officials have pointed blame at the Islamic State jihadist group for Tuesday night's gun and bomb spree at Ataturk airport, which left 44 people dead including 19 foreigners."They say they are doing this in the name of Islam," President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on a visit to Istanbul."That has nothing to do with Islam. Their place is in hell," he added.State-run news agency Anadolu said 24 people had been detained in Istanbul in a string of raids over the attack, including 15 foreigners.Citing a prosecution source, the agency named two of the attackers as Rakim Bulgarov and Vadim Osmanov, without giving their nationalities.Officials had previously said the three bombers were a Russian, an Uzbek and a Kyrgyz national.- 'Number one enemy' -Turkish media identified the strike's organiser as Akhmed Chatayev, the Chechen leader of an IS cell in Istanbul who reportedly found accommodation for the bombers.Chatayev allegedly organised two deadly bombings this year in the heart of the city's Sultanahmet tourist district and the busy Istiklal shopping street, the Hurriyet newspaper said.Michael McCaul, chairman of the US House Committee on Homeland Security, described Chatayev as "probably the number one enemy in the Northern Caucasus region of Russia"."He's travelled to Syria on many occasions and became one of the top lieutenants for the minister of war for ISIS operations," McCaul told CNN.Swedish court documents seen by AFP showed the 36-year-old had been sentenced to 16 months in jail there in 2008 for arms trafficking, after which he would be deported.He had been granted political asylum in Austria in 2003.The pro-government Sabah newspaper reported that the attackers scouted the scene and planned to take dozens of passengers hostage inside before carrying out a massacre.But they began the assault early after attracting suspicion, Sabah said.CCTV images released by police show the three alleged attackers arriving, wearing dark coats over their suicide vests -- clothing that was much too heavy for a hot summer night.More images show a plainclothes police officer confronting one of the men by an elevator and asking to see his identification. The attacker pulls out a gun and shoots him.- 'Like bandits' -Turkey has been rocked by a series of attacks in the past year blamed on either IS jihadists or Kurdish rebels.These have taken a heavy hit on tourism, and on Friday Germany warned its citizens to exercise particular caution if they travel to Turkey.The latest assault sparked global condemnation, with consuls from a dozen countries around Europe and beyond gathering at the airport Friday to lay flowers in memory of the victims.Hundreds of mourners also gathered in Istanbul on Thursday for the funeral of popular 28-year-old teacher Huseyin Tunc, who was at the airport to welcome a friend."We still can't believe it," one of his pupils, Batuhan Karabey, told AFP."He was more than a teacher to us -- he was like a big brother, helping us a lot."The Hurriyet newspaper reported that the bombers had rented a flat in Istanbul's Fatih district, home to many Syrians and other Arabs, and paid 24,000 Turkish lira ($8,300, 7,500 euros) in advance for a year's rent.The police raided the apartment after the attack, according to an upstairs neighbour, who said the men kept the curtains closed.She never saw the attackers, but she heard them, and complained to neighbourhood officials about a strange smell."A very weird, chemical smell," she told Hurriyet."Police came after the bombing... I lived on top of the bomb."Hurriyet also quoted a local plumber, identified only by his initials E.S., who said one of the attackers came to his shop to ask if he could fix their tap."He spoke in broken Turkish. He took me home," the plumber said."I changed the tap. I saw three people inside. They looked like bandits -- one of them always stood by me."



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