2nd Juma at RAMADAN

Mu at Ramadan

 

 

HOLY QUR'AN remember what it really says

The word Ramadan (رمضان)

by ukhti

The word Ramadan (رمضان) comes from the word Ramad (رمض) which literally means “burning.”

Imām Qurtubī said:

إنما سمي رمضان لأنه يرمض الذنوب أي يحرقها با لأعمال الصالحة

 

“It was named ‘Ramadan’ because it burns the sins of people with good deeds.”

Ref: Tafṣīr al-Qurtubī (v. 2, p. 271)

Banner of the beloved prophet Muhammad.(PBUH)
Banner of the beloved prophet Muhammad.

Mu Libyan

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Only 3 minutes of emotions .. pay to uncover many facts of intelligence with respect to events taking place in Libya .. to note that just a few…
(The tip of the iceberg) for the position of the U.S. and the British.

03:09

‎من اقوى الفيديوات لنعمان بن عثمان<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
3 دقائق فقط من انفعالات #نعمان_بن_عثمان .. تدفعه لكشف كثير من الحقائق الاستخباراتيه فيما يخص الاحداث التي تشهدها #ليبيا .. علما بأن هذا قليل من كثير<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
 (وما خفي كان اعظم ) بالنسبه للموقف #الامريكي و #البريطاني .؟؟؟‎

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TRIPOLI:

It was formedcrawl green battalion and brigade battalion Zliten 69 fighters’
Led by ‘Ali Abdullah mighty’ and will take part in the liberation of Tripoli process.

Mu, by the sheikh of Zliten

‘MUSICIAN’ writes:

fear controls the militias in Tripoli and the fall of the first gate,

means the beginning of the series ‘The Great Escape’.

ﺍﻟﺨﻮﻑ ﻳﺴﻴﻄﺮ ﻋﻠﻰ ﺍﻟﻤﻠﻴﺸﻴﺎﺕ ﻓﻰ ﻃﺮﺍﺑﻠﺲ ﻭﺳﻘﻮﻁ ﺍﻭﻝ ﺑﻮﺍﺑـﺔ ﻳﻌﻨﻲ ﺑﺪﺍﻳﺔ ﻣﺴﻠﺴﻞ ﺍﻟﻬﺮﻭﺏ ﺍﻟﻜﺒﻴﺮ .

Melcaat ‘Roma Libya’ at Night intensify inspection gates entrances of the capital Tripoli.

TRIPOLI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

TRIPOLI AIRPORT:

The voices of powerful explosions near the Tripoli airport perimeter

JANZOUR:

(The decoder families) Colonel fighter ‘Abd al-Salam al-Razali’ (who was languishing in jails of Agdian in Janzour) is free !

Colonel Abdul Salam al-Ghazali of Caged: Thank Allah for his safety !

el-SAFHH:
·
Mn brad el-Safhh

‘Cherkaoui El Sharkawy’, informs us:

Aerkh Abdmoly between the sons and the sons of al-Gramoul , no one kills Aanaql news saheeh have the case of the fulfillment al-Gramoul family; but not because of Aerkh al-Mtovi Shibani large at the age of 80 the patient was in favor of Tunisia named on al-Gramoul Lord condone mercy Thro before Tketbo.
الشرقاوي الشرقاوي
اولا العركة بين ابناء عبدالمولى وابناء الغرمول وليس سلمان وثانيا لم يقتل احد ياناقل الخبر وصح عندهم حالة وفاء عائلة الغرمول لكن ليس بسبب العركة المتوفئ شيباني كبير فى سن ٨٠مريض كان فى تونس اسمه صالح على الغرمول ربي يتقبله برحمته تحرو قبل ان تكتبو

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GREEN NAFUSA WESTERN MOUNTAINS:

ZINTAN:

Libyan Airlines arrives in Zintan for international flights

EU renews preventing of Libyan aircraft from entering the air space beyond Libya itself, because of ‘the safety of passengers’.

(ZINTAN was open for International airflights until this ‘EU’ decision !!!)

RISHVANA:

ZAMZAM:
# Of Oa_o.Rishvana al-Askara
Daash organization simplifies control over the entire area of ​​Zamzam.

AIWIESHH (by RISHVANA):

 

'Roma Libya' militias are developing earth mounds on four streets of Sidra area access accidental to Aiwieshh and Rishvana

The withdrawal of militias of Misurata full military hardware from Aiwieshh area.

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WESTERN REGION:

 

City of Zuwarah

The closure of the road between Racdalin to Zuwarah with sand barriers.

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BANI WALID:

 

child initiate of DAASH
NOW BANI WALID BECOMES PART OF THE ISLAMIST STATE OF DAASH !!!

‘Daash’ organization, in an audio recording, says that in the next few days, they will announce that the city of BANI WALID as being thoroughly a mandate of the Islamists affiliated.

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dirty MISURATA:

DAASH ARMY

‘Daash’ train began to move the direction of the city of Misurata.

Was arrested on a cell will explosions in the center of sensitive places of the City.

‘Colonel carp’ (the Rishvana Legion fighter of the ‘Dafniya front’ in 2011), is good health and he was released from Misurata prison, after four long years of suffering !

 

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CYRENAICA:

 

 

BENGHAZI:

Brotherhood Armor-Shield headquarters in Qnfodh, Benghazi

al-QNFODH:

West axis large explosion shakes the al-Qnfodh area.

LAITHI:

Violent clashes taking place in Laithi Hijaz Street area.

al-SABRI:

al-Sabri clashes near the center, between the Reformed pro-MAJLIS al-NUWAAB Salafist organization (working with the LIBYAN ARMY) against  ‘Daash’.

One members of the organization have been killed (Ali Paddy) famous b Foula resident of al-Sabri.

 

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SOUSSE, TOBRUK, TOKRH / PRECISE, DERNA & THE TUBER:

TUBER:

Random several shells fall on the east coast area.

TUBER and the DAASH  element

Tuber Rouge back axis. Since few
Sporadic clashes in the Axis artillery and heavy weapons medium.

 

 

 

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SOUTH LIBYA:

(FEZZAN):

SABHA:

MAHDIA:

Sabha al-MAHDIA fire from auto fuel tanks 26 JUNE 2015

Ignitions and fuel tanks Porsche police district of Mahdia.

Magharebia, Sabha

Sabha amahdih
Burning car, which led to the fire to move one gasoline to some smugglers and traders gasoline storage depots and reason in this huge fire.

Clashes in the area between Aharhh corner Abdel Mawla children and the children of Sulieman; and killed one person from the children of Sulieman.

Foiled an attempt to smuggle two million tablet tramadol of desert Jaghbub:

 

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TUNISIA:

SOUSSE:

 

‘Daash’ terrorist organization adopt several bombings in several countries, including Tunisia, France and Kuwait on Friday.

A terrorist attack on a tourist hotel bathrooms Sousse, killing more than 27 tourists and news about the death of the bomber.

Kalashnikov raised, Tunisian terrorist’s last moments revealed as he roams the streets looking for more victims after slaughtering 37 tourists in hotel massacre before police shoot him dead

  • Gunmen have carried out a terrorist attack at holiday destination of Sousse

  • Militants, thought to be from DAASH/ISIS, exchanged gunfire with security services

  • English boy, 16, survived after seeing his parents and grandmother killed

  • Another Brit left fighting for his life after being shot four times in stomach 

  • Are you in Sousse? Email news@mailonline.co.uk or ring 00442036153475

The final moments of a machine gun-wielding terrorist, who slaughtered 37 innocent people and injured another 36 on a beach in Tunisia today, have been captured on camera.

AK47 in hand, the man prowls the streets of Sousse, the popular resort town where he opened fire on the beach packed with holidaymakers.

It has emerged that a heroic British man, who was shot three times on the beach during the attack, bravely used his body as a human shield to protect his fiancee from being killed by the maniac gunman.

A 60-year-old British man James McGuire is thought to have died in the onslaught.

The massacre took place at about the same time as the bombing of a Shi’ite mosque in Kuwait, where 25 worshippers were killed, and another attack on a United States-owned factory in France in which a man was beheaded.

The violence comes just days after ISIS urged its fanatic followers to ‘make Ramadan a month of calamities’ and rise up against the ‘non-believers’.

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Terrorist: New images show the final moments of a gunman (pictured) who caused havoc by opening fire on a beach packed with holidaymakers in Tunisia today, before police shot him dead

Terrorist: New images show the final moments of a gunman (pictured) who caused havoc by opening fire on a beach packed with holidaymakers in Tunisia today, before police shot him dead

Predator: Assault rifle in hand, he roams the streets of the popular holiday resort town Sousse where he and possible accomplices killed at least 37 people today

Predator: Assault rifle in hand, he roams the streets of the popular holiday resort town Sousse where he and possible accomplices killed at least 37 people today

Killer: Witnesses in Sousse said the terrorists used a jet ski and a boat to access the beach and hid their machine guns in parasols before indiscriminately opening fire on civilians

Killer: Witnesses in Sousse said the terrorists used a jet ski and a boat to access the beach and hid their machine guns in parasols before indiscriminately opening fire on civilians

An officer speaks on his phone as he walks past the dead body of one of the gunmen on the ground

An officer speaks on his phone as he walks past the dead body of one of the gunmen on the ground

Bodies lie on a beach in Sousse after gunmen opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 37

Bodies lie on a beach in Sousse after gunmen opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 37

Massacre: At least 37 people were killed on the beach when gunmen opened fire on innocent sunbathers

Massacre: At least 37 people were killed on the beach when gunmen opened fire on innocent sunbathers

Killed: A 16-year-old British boy saw his grandmother and parents gunned down by the men who killed 37 (one pictured)

Killed: A 16-year-old British boy saw his grandmother and parents gunned down by the men who killed 37 (one pictured)

Deceased: Tunisian lifeguards stand next to a covered body in the resort town of Sousse, which has been brought to its knees following a merciless terrorist attack

Deceased: Tunisian lifeguards stand next to a covered body in the resort town of Sousse, which has been brought to its knees following a merciless terrorist attack

Armed police stand over the body of a victim shot dead on the beach by Islamist gunmen in Tunisia

Armed police stand over the body of a victim shot dead on the beach by Islamist gunmen in Tunisia

Hero: British man Matthew James (right), who was shot three times on the beach during the onslaught, used his body as a human shield to protect his fiancee Sarah Wilson (left) from being killed by the maniac gunman

Hero: British man Matthew James (right), who was shot three times on the beach during the onslaught, used his body as a human shield to protect his fiancee Sarah Wilson (left) from being killed by the maniac gunman

Onslaught: One of the survivors of the massacre on a beach in Tunisia sits inside the Imperial Marhaba Hotel, where a window was smashed by gunfire

Onslaught: One of the survivors of the massacre on a beach in Tunisia sits inside the Imperial Marhaba Hotel, where a window was smashed by gunfire

Attack: A broken glass window of the Imperial Marhaba hotel is seen after a gunman opened fire at the beachside hotel in Sousse

Attack: A broken glass window of the Imperial Marhaba hotel is seen after a gunman opened fire at the beachside hotel in Sousse

Medics help an injured man in Sousse after gunmen stormed beaches of two hotels in the town of Sousse

Medics help an injured man in Sousse after gunmen stormed beaches of two hotels in the town of Sousse

Sousse terror attack: Wounded arrive at private clinic

Matthew James, 30, from Cardiff, is fighting for his life after being shot four times in the stomach, his father-in law William Wilson told MailOnline.

The gas engineer was hit in the shoulder, chest and hip as the gunman opened fire on the sunbeds as he lay next to fiancee Sarah Wilson.

Speaking from the hospital in Tunisia, Sarah, 26, said: ‘He took a bullet for me. I owe him my life because he threw himself in front of me when the shooting started. He was covered in blood from the shots but he just told me to run away.

‘He told me: “I love you babe. But just go – tell our children that their daddy loves them”.

‘It was the bravest thing I’ve ever known. But I just had to leave him under the sunbed because the shooting just kept on coming.

‘I ran back, past bodies on the beach to reach our hotel. It was chaos – there was a body in the hotel pool and it was just full of blood.

‘You just can’t explain how terrible it was. It was chaos with screaming and gunshots. I’m just so glad Matthew is alive because so many other people are dead.’

Engaged couple Sarah and Matthew, from Pontypridd, South Wales, left their two children Tegan, six, and Kaden, 14 months at home with their family when they jetted out to Sousse on June 21 for a two week break.

Tourist describes hearing gunman fire shots below them

Emotions running high: A woman launches a furious attack on a man apparently arrested over the shootings

Emotions running high: A woman launches a furious attack on a man apparently arrested over the shootings

 The suspect gunman was attacked after reportedly being captured by the entrance to the Sousse motorway

 The suspect gunman was attacked after reportedly being captured by the entrance to the Sousse motorway

Tunisian security forces escort a man through the streets of Sousse as he is attacked by a woman

Tunisian security forces escort a man through the streets of Sousse as he is attacked by a woman

Safety: Terrified tourists are holed up inside the Imperial hotel in the resort town of Sousse, a popular tourist destination 90 miles south of the Tunisian capita

Safety: Terrified tourists are holed up inside the Imperial hotel in the resort town of Sousse, a popular tourist destination 90 miles south of the Tunisian capital

Embrace: Scared tourists comfort one another at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel having survived the terrifying gun attack outside the beachside hotel

Embrace: Scared tourists comfort one another at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel having survived the terrifying gun attack outside the beachside hotel

Contemplative: Tourists sit at the terrace of the Imperiale Marhaba hotel after a gunman opened fire at the beachside hotel in Sousse

Contemplative: Tourists sit at the terrace of the Imperiale Marhaba hotel after a gunman opened fire at the beachside hotel in Sousse

Alive: Survivors of the fatal beach attack retreat to the safety of the Imperial hotel in Sousse

Alive: Survivors of the fatal beach attack retreat to the safety of the Imperial hotel in Sousse

Scared: Hand in hand, holidaymakers flee from the beach in Sousse where dozens were massacred today

Scared: Hand in hand, holidaymakers flee from the beach in Sousse where dozens were massacred today

Ellie Makin, from Ripon, who was on holiday with her friend Debbie Horsfall from Huddersfield, said she saw a gunman pull a weapon from an umbrella right next to them on the beach while they were sunbathing.

She told ITV News: ‘He was to the right of me because we were on the last sun bed on the beach. All of a sudden I got up anyway and just happened to look right and all I saw was a gun and an umbrella being dropped.

‘Then he started firing to the right hand side of us. If he had fired to the left I don’t know what would have happened, but we were very lucky.’

A 16-year-old British boy reportedly saw his parents and grandmother slaughtered by the gunman and possible accomplices. The boy is being treated for his injuries in hospital, according to a report by a Tunisian radio station.

Staff at the Clinic Les Oliviers in Sousse where many of the injured have been taken said they were treating 13 British nationals.

Other victims who died included an Irish woman, Tunisians, Germans and Belgians.

Witnesses in Sousse said the terrorists used a jet ski and a boat to access the beach and hid their machine guns in parasols while dressed in Western clothing.

The body of one gunman lay at the scene with a Kalashnikov after he was shot in an exchange of gunfire with police.

A second suspect was later arrested near a motorway. Pictures showed him being punched in the face by a furious woman as he was marched through the town by armed police.

Bodies of victims are covered up on the beach in Sousse

This picture shows the body of a western holidaymaker lying dead on the beach in Sousse - empty sun loungers can be seen behind him after people fled the area 

This picture shows the body of a western holidaymaker lying dead on the beach in Sousse – empty sun loungers can be seen behind him after people fled the area

This picture  shows dead bodies on the beach following the attack on the beach today

This picture shows dead bodies on the beach following the attack on the beach today

A Tunisian student, previously unknown to the security services, is the prime suspect in the massacre, Tunisia’s Secretary of State for Security, Rafik Chelly revealed.

Mr Chelly told Tunisia’s Mosaique FM radio station: ‘He is Tunisian, from the Kairouan region [in the centre of Tunisia]. He is a student. He was not known [to the security services].

‘He went to the beach, dressed like someone who is going for a swim and he had a parasol [sun umbrella] inside which he had his weapon. After he arrived at the beach, he used his weapon.’

The attack took place at the al-Qantawi resort in the city of Sousse, around 140 kilometres south of the capital Tunis on the Mediterranean coast.

The hotels attacked are understood to be the Imperial Marhaba and the Soviva.

Ridha Jegham, director general of the Royal Kenz Hotel opposite the Imperial Marhaba Hotel, told a local radio station that the terrorists used a  jet ski and boat to access the beach.

He said he had passed the information to the country’s Interior Minister.

British tourist Gary Pine told Sky News said: ‘We thought fire crackers were going off but you could see quite quickly what was going on.

Wounded are taken into hotel for treatment in Sousse

Police stand over one of the gunmen after the attack in the popular tourist destination today 

Police stand over one of the gunmen after the attack in the popular tourist destination today

‘There was a mass exodus off the beach. My son was in the sea at the time and myself and my wife were shouting at him to get out and as he ran up he said I’ve just saw someone get shot.

‘One attacker opened fire with a Kalashnikov on tourists and Tunisians on the beach of the hotel’, said a hotel worker at the site.

‘It was just one attacker. He was a young guy dressed in shorts like he was a tourist himself.’

Elizabeth O’Brien, an Irish woman on holiday with her two sons in the resort, described how she grabbed her children and ran for their lives when they heard gunfire erupting from one of the hotels.

She said: ‘We were on the beach. My sons were in the sea and I just got out of the sea.

‘It was about 12 o’clock and I just looked up about 500 metres from me and I saw a (hot air) balloon collapse down, then rapid firing, then I saw two of the people who were going to go up in the balloon start to run towards me – because I thought it was fireworks.

‘So, I thought ‘oh my God, it sounds like gunfire’, so I just ran to the sea to my children and grabbed our things and as I was running towards the hotel.

‘The waiters and the security on the beach started saying ‘run, run run!’ and we just ran to our room, which is like a little bungalow. So we are actually trapped in our room.’

Tunisian troops stand guard outside the hotel in an armoured car after the terror attack

Tunisian troops stand guard outside the hotel in an armoured car after the terror attack

Immediate aftermath of terrorist attack in Sousse, Tunisia

The British Government’s emergency Cobra committee will meet this afternoon following the attack in Tunisia and another one in France where a man was decapitated at a gas factory by terrorists carrying Islamist banners.

Prime Minister David offered ‘our solidarity in fighting this evil of terrorism’, adding: ‘Our hearts go out to the victims of appalling terrorist acts in France, Kuwait and Tunisia.’

Susan Rickett, who was staying at the Palm Marina Hotel near Sousse, said: ‘My sister was talking to someone who had seen some people shooting and had shot someone on a sun bed but we don’t know if that’s true.

‘It sounded like a machine gun going off… and there was a kind of explosion a little bit later.

‘They’re saying its going on in the hotel next to us. Police were chasing some men, that’s all I know.’

Rebecca Miles, a British tourist who was staying at the Royal Kenz hotel with her boyfriend Dean Anderson, 24, told MailOnline: ‘We were told to go back to our rooms because there were reports of a bomb.

‘It happened about half an hour ago – I heard a bang and I thought it was thunder but it was a clear sky so it obviously wasn’t.

‘I heard sirens going off about 20 minutes ago and everyone came running back from the private hotel beach which is about 400 metres from the hotel. Everyone is a bit clueless about what is happening.

‘People are anxious because they don’t really know what is happening and we are now stuck in our rooms. There have been deaths apparently.’

British tourists talk of terror after Sousse hotels attack

British holidaymaker Rebecca Miles, who is staying in the Royal Kenz hotel in Sousse (pictured) said tourists have been told to return to their rooms after the attack on the private beach of the hotel 

British holidaymaker Rebecca Miles, who is staying in the Royal Kenz hotel in Sousse (pictured) said tourists have been told to return to their rooms after the attack on the private beach of the hotel

A holidaymaker John Yeoman has barricaded himself inside his hotel room in Sousse (pictured)

A holidaymaker John Yeoman has barricaded himself inside his hotel room in Sousse (pictured)

David Schofield said: ‘We heard quite a large explosion…People are running around the hotel. No-one has really been told what to do.’

The Foreign Office said it is aware of the reports and is looking into them.

In a statement, Thomas Cook said: ‘Thomas Cook has been advised of an incident that occurred earlier today in Sousse, Tunisia.

‘At this time, details are not clear as to which property(ies) have been affected, with conflicting news reports.

‘We are currently gathering information and will provide an update as soon as possible.

‘Our teams on the ground are offering every support to our customers and their families in the area.

SOUSSE: POPULAR HOLIDAY AREA

Sousse is a city on the east coast of Tunisia, about 87 miles (140km) south of the capital, Tunis.

Around 1.2 million tourists visit Sousse every year, drawn by the hotels, sandy beaches and culture.

Hotel complexes with 40,000 beds span from the old city to the Port El Kantaoui and the city is home to a Unesco-protected mosque, as well as a historic medina.

Boujaafar Beach stretches from the Gulf of Hammamet several miles north to Port El Kantaoui – a purpose-built resort with dozens of hotels including the El Mouradi Palm Marina, El Mouradi Palace and Riu Imperial Marhaba.

‘We will continue to monitor the situation, working closely with the FCO and local authorities.’

Mohamed Ali Aroui, spokesman for Tunisia’s Interior Minister, said: ‘The perpetrator of the massacre has been killed but there could be more.

‘That that are others with him is something we cannot confirm or deny.’

While the country’s president Mohamed Beji Caid Essebsi said: ‘We have seen today that Tunisia is facing an international movement.

‘It cannot respond alone. The proof is that at the same time and on the same day, France has been the target of an similar operation as well as Kuwait.

‘This is the proof that a global strategy is needed and that every democratic country should unite its forces… I hope this time is the last time.’

Holiday brands Thomson and First Choice said they were ‘aware of a suspected terrorist incident in Tunisia’.

They added: ‘We are working closely with our teams in Tunisia and the relevant authorities to determine exactly what has happened and provide assistance to those affected.

‘More information will be released as it becomes available.’

This morning’s news follows a similar attack in March, when three terrorists attacked the Bardo National Museum in the Tunisian capital city of Tunis, and took hostages.

Twenty-one people, mostly European tourists, were killed at the scene, while an additional victim died ten days later.

Inside the Royal Kenz hotel in Sousse

This picture shows the empty beach following the attack which has left 28 people, mainly tourists, dead 

This picture shows the empty beach following the attack which has left 28 people, mainly tourists, dead

The terrorist attack happened in the popular holiday destination of Sousse in the north of Tunisia 

The terrorist attack happened in the popular holiday destination of Sousse in the north of Tunisia

It has been reported that the attack happened on the private beach of the Royal Kenz Hotel, which is situated 400 metres away 

It has been reported that the attack happened on the private beach of the Royal Kenz Hotel, which is situated 400 metres away

ABTA’ s advice for travellers heading to Tunisia

ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, the deadliest involving foreigners in Tunisia since a 2002 suicide bombing on the island of Djerba.

The attack comes just hours after a man was decapitated and dozens more injured at a gas product factory in France by terrorists carrying Islamist banners.

The attack took place at the headquarters of the American owned Air Products, in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, near the city of Lyon, in the south east of the country.

The murder is believed to have been accompanied by several explosions on the site cause by a terrorist igniting small ‘gas bombs’ that injured dozens of factory workers.

It is believed the explosions may have intended to blow up the entire factory site but failed.

The murdered man’s head is understood to have been found 30 feet away from his body, hanging on the factory’s fence.

The dead man’s head was covered in Arabic ‘inscriptions’ before being placed on the fence, according to local journalists at the scene.

A 30-year-old man – named by French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve as Yacine Sali who is understood to have been known to security services since at least 2006 – has already been arrested at the scene, telling police officers that he is a member of the Islamic State terror group.

The man is believed not to have a criminal record but was considered to have ‘possibly been radicalised’.

TERROR IN TUNISIA: SOUSSE MASSACRE COMES JUST THREE MONTHS AFTER 22 PEOPLE WERE KILLED IN BARDO MUSEUM ATTACK

This morning’s savage attack on a beach near two tourist hotels on the Mediterranean comes as Tunisia was just beginning to recover from the massacre of 22 people in March.

In that attack gunmen stormed the Bardo National Museum in the capital Tunis, firing indiscriminately in a brazen daylight raid.

Three jihadis opened fire on a bus load of tourists arriving at the museum before chasing them into the building and killing more, Prime Minister Habib Essid said at the time.

21 people were killed at the scene – including one Briton – while another person died 10 days later in hospital.

A further 50 people were injured in what is believed to be the worst terror attack in modern Tunisian history.

Two of the perpetrators, Yassine Labidi and Saber Khachnaoui, were killed at the scene of the attack, while the third identity is not yet clear.

Dozens of men have so far been arrested in connection with the attack, although many of them were detained on suspicion of helping to plan the massacre, rather than taking part.

Tunisian officials blamed the Bardo museum attack on a local terror group called the Okba Ibn Nafaa Brigade – an al-Qaeda offshoot that declared allegiance to DAASH/ISIS last September.

The British victim of the Bardo museum attack was mother-of-two Sally Adey, of Caynstall, near Shifnal, Shropshire.

The retired British solicitor died from wounds to her stomach and pelvis while on a stop off on a Mediterranean cruise with her 52-year-old husband Robert, who survived the attack and had to identify his wife’s body.

KUWAIT:

Photos of the suicide bombing inside the Imam Sadiq mosque in Kuwait and who announced the organization of the terrorist Daash Freemason responsibility for it.

SUICIDE BOMB RIPS THROUGH KUWAITI MOSQUE AFTER FRIDAY PRAYERS KILLING AT LEAST 13 WORSHIPPERS AS DAASH/ ISIS CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY
At least 13 worshippers have been killed today after an Islamic State suicide bomber struck at a packed Kuwaiti mosque after Friday prayers.
Shocking photos show dozens of dead and wounded Muslims who were all observing the holy month of Ramadan in the ‘al-Imam al-Sadeq Shiite mosque’ in Kuwait City.
Witnesses said worshippers were standing shoulder-to-shoulder in group prayer when the bomb ripped through the building.
Aftermath: Mourners climb through the rubble and dust in the search for bodies after a suicide bomber killed 13 in Kuwait
+25…

The DAASH/ISIS-affiliated group in Saudi Arabia, calling itself Najd Province, said its militant ‘Abu Suleiman al-Muwahhid’ carried out the suicide bombing.
He was seen walking in to the back of the mosque during prayers, before walking among his victims and blowing himself up.
The group said the mosque was targeted because they believe it was spreading Shiite teachings among Wahhabi ‘Muslims’.

‘Najd Province’ claimed similar bombings against Shiite mosques in Saudi Arabia in recent weeks.
Last month, the group claimed two deadly bombings against Shiite mosques in Saudi Arabia, both of which took place during the weekly Friday prayers.

DAASH/ISIS has also claimed several such attacks against Shiites in Yemen, the last of which was just a week ago.
On 17 June 2015, it claimed five simultaneous bombings at Shiite mosques and offices in Sanaa that killed at least 31 people and wounded dozens. But Friday’s attack is the first of its kind in oil-rich Kuwait.

the Imam Sadiq mosque in Kuwait, 1 the Imam Sadiq mosque in Kuwait, 2

The official speaker of Ansar-Allah about the criminal bombing in   Kuwait‬:

la publication de Mohammed Abdul-Salam.

The official speaker of  “Ansar-Allah” about the criminal bombing in Kuwait…

Mohammed Abdul-Salam:

On behalf of the great people of Yemen, who is running battle to liberate and cleanse our country from the scourge of pestalance and extremist groups, and addresses consciously and faith in the Saudi aggression American brutal announce the full condemnation of the criminal brutal bombing which targeted worshipers in the house of Allah, Msthtra campus of Allah in the Holy month of Ramadan, which occurred in Kuwait, and consider targeted the Islamic nation as a whole and to the brotherly people of Kuwait, and national unity, which is never separate from the criminal bombings of our country, and other countries in the region.

In the face of this dangerous phenomenon which threatens the whole region, the whole set on the edge of the Big Bang, we can not fail to note with surprise to the insistence of some people to do one thing and its opposite…

They are on the one hand claiming to fight terrorism, as she backed through its support of the Saudi aggression against our country, which is an aggression such as political and military cover for the criminal organizations of satisfaction.

It is our hope that these countries review their policies to make them consistent with its claims to fight terrorism and work to confront extremism and shipping sectarian, and sectarian ugliness and build bridges of love and brotherhood, and the unification of efforts, by taking advantage of peoples experience, which has made great strides in the fight against the scourge of pestalance

and move hard to keep the spirits of the nation of this tampering fueled by funds, governments and policies which have been exposed, through their very full compatibility with al-Qaeda (as it happens, and so we have seen in Yemen), where the Saudi and US aggression against al-Qaeda has been ‘in the ditch’ and presently they (USA /SAUDI ARABIA) are one front with al-Qaeda and one unified army, armed and funded and coordinated together with al-Qaeda.

باسم شعبنا اليمني العظيم الذي يخوض معركة تحرير وتطهير بلادنا من آفة التكفير والتكفيريين، ويتصدى بوعي وإيمان للعدوان السعودي الأمريكي الغاشم نعلن إدانتنا الكاملة للتفجير الإجرامي الوحشي الذي استهدف المصلين في بيت من بيوت الله مستهترا بحرم الله في شهر القرآن شهر رمضان المبارك والذي حدث في الكويت، ونعتبره استهدافا للأمة الإسلامية جمعاء وللشعب الكويتي الشقيق ، ووحدته الوطنية، وهو غير منفصل أبدا عن التفجيرات الإجرامية التي تعرضت لها بلادنا، وغيرها من دول المنطقة .

وإزاء هذه الظاهرة الخطيرة التي باتت تهدد المنطقة برمتها، وتضعها كاملة على حافة الانفجار الكبير، لا يسعنا إلا أن نشير باستغراب إلى إصرار البعض على فعل الشيء ونقيضه، فهي من ناحية تدعي محاربة الإرهاب، فيما هي تسانده من خلال تأييدها للعدوان السعودي على بلادنا، وهو عدوان مثل غطاء سياسيا وعسكريا للتنظيمات التكفيرية الإجرامية .

وأملنا أن تراجع تلك الدول سياساتها بما يجعلها منسجمة مع مزاعمها بمحاربة الإرهاب والعمل على مواجهة التطرف والشحن المذهبي والطائفي المقيت ومد جسور المحبة والإخاء، وتوحيد الجهود من خلال الاستفادة من تجربة الشعوب التي قطعت شوطا كبيرا في مكافحة آفة التكفير والتحرك الجاد للحفاظ على أرواح الامة من هذا العبث الذي تغذيه أموال وحكومات وسياسات باتت مكشوفة للغاية من خلال انسجامها التام مع عناصر القاعدة كما يحدث لدينا في اليمن حيث العدوان السعودي الامريكي وعناصر القاعدة في خندق واحد وجبهة واحدة تسليحا وتمويلا وتنسيقا .

_______________________________

FRANCE:

Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, close to the city of Lyon in the south east of France

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3140304/Decapitated-body-Islamist-flag-industrial-estate-France.html

Armed police investigating French decapitation terror attack swoop on former home of suspected Islamist and remove woman and child after Yassine Salhi is accused of beheading his boss

  • Shocking attack took place at the headquarters of American-owned Air Products close to Lyon in southern France
  • A severed head covered in Arabic writing was then placed on the factory’s fence along with two Islamist flags 
  • Suspect then drove through factory gates, crashing into gas cannisters and causing blasts that injured onlookers
  • Alleged killer has been named as father of three Yassine Salhi, 30, with the victim believed to be his employer
  • The company both men worked for is understood to have regularly delivered to the Air Products factory
  • Delivery driver’s wife later claimed that Salhi was a ‘normal Muslim’ who left for work as usual at 7am today 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3140304/Decapitated-body-Islamist-flag-industrial-estate-France.html

Four people are in custody in connection to a beheading and explosion at a gas factory in south-eastern France – and police are still searching buildings for evidence.

Heavily armed police investigating this morning’s brutal terror attack in France have removed a woman and child from the home of Yassine Salhi – the suspected Islamist accused of beheading his boss and trying to blow up the American-owned gas factory.

He was known to factory personnel because he came in regularly for deliveries, Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins said.

Police swooped on the apartment building in Saint-Priest, in the suburbs of the city of Lyon, just hours after the 30-year-old delivery driver was arrested on suspicion of writing Arabic slogans on his employer’s severed head and hanging it on a fence outside the nearby headquarters of Air Products.

Salhi is accused of going on to crash his Ford Fusion delivery van through the factory’s gates before ramming it into several large gas cannisters left in the car park – apparently in the hope they would explode and destroy the entire factory complex.

The explosions were relatively small, however, leaving just two factory workers with non life-threatening injuries.

The murdered man – who French media say owned the delivery company Salhi worked for – is believed to have been killed elsewhere before his corpse was dumped at the factory site in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier and his head impaled on a fence 30 feet away surrounded by homemade Islamist flags.

Speaking before the raid on her home, Salhi’s wife described her husband as a ‘normal Muslim’ who left for work as usual at 7am this morning. ‘My heart stopped when I heard he was a suspect….I expected him this afternoon,’ the unnamed woman told French radio station Europe 1.

Salhi – who is understood to have been known to security services since at least 2006 – reportedly told arresting officers that he is a member of the Islamic State terror group. He is believed not to have a criminal record and an investigation into his ‘possible radicalisation’ was dropped in 2008.

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Sickening: The victim's head (which MailOnline has chosen to disguise in this image) was found hanging on a fence near the factory's entrance. Two homemade Islamist flags - one white and one black, both with Arabic inscriptions - were found alongside it

Sickening: The victim’s head (which MailOnline has chosen to disguise in this image) was found hanging on a fence near the factory’s entrance. Two homemade Islamist flags – one white and one black, both with Arabic inscriptions – were found alongside it

Terror raid: French special forces escort an unidentified woman and child as they leave Yassine Salhi's apartment building today

Terror raid: French special forces escort an unidentified woman and child as they leave Yassine Salhi’s apartment building today

Special forces from France's Research and Intervention Brigades  leave Yassine Salhi's home with an unidentified woman today

Special forces from France’s Research and Intervention Brigades leave Yassine Salhi’s home with an unidentified woman today

A French special  forces officer gestures as police escort a woman from a residential building during the raid in Saint-Priest

A French special forces officer gestures as police escort a woman from a residential building during the raid in Saint-Priest

Special forces working for France's Research and Intervention Brigades  enter Yassine Salhi's apartment building

Special forces working for France's Research and Intervention Brigades  enter Yassine Salhi's apartment building

Special forces working for France’s Research and Intervention Brigades enter Yassine Salhi’s apartment building this afternoon

Murder scene: The murdered man's head is understood to have been found 30 feet away from his body, hanging on the factory's fence. The dead man's head was covered in Arabic 'inscriptions' before being placed on the fence, according to local journalists at the scene

Murder scene: The murdered man’s head is understood to have been found 30 feet away from his body, hanging on the factory’s fence. The dead man’s head was covered in Arabic ‘inscriptions’ before being placed on the fence, according to local journalists at the scene

Under cover: French police cordon off the area where the decapitated body was found at the Air Products headquarters

Under cover: French police cordon off the area where the decapitated body was found at the Air Products headquarters

Location: The attack took place in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, close to the city of Lyon in the south east of France

Location: The attack took place in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, close to the city of Lyon in the south east of France

French President Francois Hollande, speaking in Brussels, said the attack began when a car crashed through the gate of the factory and ploughed into gas canisters, setting off an explosion.

‘No doubt about the intention – to cause an explosion,’ Mr Hollande said, calling the attack ‘of a terrorist nature’.

The victims’ head was found staked on a gate at the factory’s entrance, in what appeared to be an echo of the Islamic State group’s practice of beheading prisoners and displaying their heads for all to see.

An official said two flags – one white and one black, both with Arabic inscriptions – were found nearby. Images from the scene suggest the banners may have been homemade and written using paint.

At a press conference this afternoon, Cazeneuve named the arrested man as Yassine Salhi.

‘He was investigated in 2006 for radicalisation, but [the probe] was not renewed in 2008. He had no criminal record,’ he added. ‘This individual has links with the Salafist movement, but had not been identified as having participated in activities of a terrorist nature.’

A local newspaper is reporting that the unnamed dead man was Salhi’s boss and that their company regularly delivered to Air Products.

Before this afternoon’s raids at her home, an unnamed woman claiming to be Salhi wife has since spoke to the Europe1 radio station.

‘I don’t know what happened, he left to go to work as normal,’ she said.

She said he was a delivery driver who left, as normal at 7am. ‘My heart stopped when I heard he was a suspect,’ she added. ‘He went to work this morning at 7am. He does deliveries. He did not return between noon and two, I expected him this afternoon.

‘My sister said turn on the television. She was crying… I know my husband. We have a normal family life. He goes to work, he comes back…We are normal Muslims. We do Ramadan. We have three children and a normal family life.’

Anti-terror police subsequently took the woman and her three children out of the apartment block in Saint Priest where she has been living with Salhi for the past six months.

Press conference: French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve (pictured) named the arrested man as father-of-three Yassine Salhi, who is understood to have been known to security services since at least 2006

The attack was accompanied by several explosions caused by 'gas bombs' being ignited at the site, causing many of the injuries

The attack was accompanied by several explosions caused by ‘gas bombs’ being ignited at the site, causing many of the injuries

Chaos: The attack took place at the headquarters of Air Products, in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, near Lyon, in the south east of the country.  Local media reported that a 30-year-old man 'known to security services' has already been arrested at the scene

Chaos: The attack took place at the headquarters of Air Products, in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, near Lyon, in the south east of the country.  Local media reported that a 30-year-old man ‘known to security services’ has already been arrested at the scene

Lockdown: Local media reported that a 30-year-old man 'known to security services was arrested at the scene. Salhi is understood to have told arresting officers that he is a member of the Islamic State terror group

Lockdown: Local media reported that a 30-year-old man ‘known to security services was arrested at the scene. Salhi is understood to have told arresting officers that he is a member of the Islamic State terror group

A French Gendarme blocks the access road to the Saint-Quentin-Fallavier industrial area, near Lyon in southern France

A French Gendarme blocks the access road to the Saint-Quentin-Fallavier industrial area, near Lyon in southern France

On alert: Heavily armed police officers were seen guarding the site of this morning's shocking terror attack

On alert: Heavily armed police officers were seen guarding the site of this morning’s shocking terror attack

Investigators: Witnesses said that more than one man was involved in the attack and that the perpetrators were carrying Islamist flags 

Investigators: Witnesses said that more than one man was involved in the attack and that the perpetrators were carrying Islamist flags

France’s prime minister later branded the attack ‘Islamist terrorism,’ announcing he was cutting short a visit to South America to deal with the crisis.

‘Islamist terrorism has hit France again,’ Manuel Valls told a press conference in Colombia’s capital Bogota, adding that he would take part by telephone in an emergency meeting called by President Francois Hollande, then rush back to France.

Within an hour of the attack, French President Francois Hollande was to return home early from an EU summit.

Speaking at a press conference in Brussels shortly afterwards, Hollande said a man who launched a ‘terrorist’ assault on a gas factory Friday has been identified and that there may have been a second attacker. Local media reported that a second terrorist has since been arrested.

‘This attack was in a vehicle driven by one person, perhaps accompanied by another,’ Hollande added. ‘The individual suspected of committing this attack has been arrested and identified.’

Local newspaper Dauphine Libere is reporting that a second person has now been arrested, believed to be the man who drove the Ford Fusion ‘preview’ car around the factory this morning before the attack.

Investigators are working to establish the full details of the attack but is widely thought that the explosions were intended to have a far bigger impact than causing several dozen injuries, and may have been intended to blow up the entire Air Products headquarters.

Salhi had a ‘link’ to Salafist movement, Cazeneuve said but was not implicated in any terrorist activities. The Salafi movement is a group within Sunni Islam, which is often associated with literalist approaches to Islam.

He said a ‘fiche S’ was opened on the attacker in 2006 for radicalisation. A ‘fiche S’ for which the S stands for ‘Sûreté d’etat’ basically means he had been identified as a possible danger and should be watched.

The file was not renewed in 2008, however, meaning authorities no longer considered him a risk. Cazeneuve also said the man named as Yassine Sali had no criminal record. He added that the suspect is believed to be father of three children.

He was known for links to extremism but not identified as a high risk who would carry out an attack, says Cazeneuve.

ATTACK AT AIR PRODUCTS HEADQUARTERS COMES JUST FIVE MONTHS AFTER CHARLIE HEBDO MASSACRE

The attack comes five months after three Islamist gunmen killed 17 people in coordinated terror strikes across Paris.

The victims, including journalists and police, were killed in three days of violence, including a mass shooting at the weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo, known for its satirical attacks on Islam and other religions.

The attackers, two French-born brothers of Algerian origin, singled out the magazine for its publication of cartoons depicting and ridiculing the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

The bloodshed ended on 09 January 2015, with a hostage-taking at a Jewish supermarket in which four hostages and the gunman were killed. The terror chief behind the murders was killed in a drone attack in Yemen earlier this month.

Nasser al-Wuhayshi was once a loyal deputy to Osama Bin Laden, the terrorist mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks on the USA in 2001.

Last month, the senior AQAP commander who admitted responsibility for the Hebdo attacks was also blasted to death by a drone.

Nasr al-Ansi caused outage in January when he gloated over the murders by France-born Islamists.

Two of them – brothers Said and Cherif Koachi – both said they were working for AQAP.

The Kouachi brothers and a third terrorist, Amedy Coulibaly, were themselves killed by police following sieges which also saw four Jewish people shot dead in a Kosher supermarket in eastern Paris.

Al-Ansi, who was also close to the late terror chief Osama Bin Laden, had called for more attacks in countries including Britain, America and France saying ‘lone-wolf’ attacks were ‘better and more harmful’.

Emergency personnel work at the scene of a suspected Islamist attack, outside a factory in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier in southern France

Emergency personnel work at the scene of a suspected Islamist attack, outside a factory in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier in southern France

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls ordered heightened security measures Friday at 'sensitive sites' near the gas factory that was attacked in eastern France 

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls ordered heightened security measures Friday at ‘sensitive sites’ near the gas factory that was attacked in eastern France

The president of Air Products - an American owned company that is understood to have recently signed a large contract with Saudi Arabia - is an Iranian Shia Muslim named Seifi Ghasemi (pictured)

The president of Air Products – an American owned company that is understood to have recently signed a large contract with Saudi Arabia – is an Iranian Shia Muslim named Seifi Ghasemi (pictured)

Iran is known to support the regime of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria – the sworn enemy of the Islamic State terror group.

There remains a great deal of confusion over the exact sequence of events at the factory., which belongs to Air Products – a US chemical company based in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

The company would not confirm whether any employees were injured or killed.

‘Our priority at this stage is to take care of our employees, who have been evacuated from the site and all accounted for,’ the company said in a statement.

‘The site is secure. Our crisis and emergency response teams have been activated and are working closely with all relevant authorities.’

The company added that all its employees are accounted for after an attack on a factory in southwestern France. It has not confirmed whether its staff were among the two people reported injured and one dead.

It released a statement that all employees have been evacuated from the site, which is secure.

It says ‘our crisis and emergency response teams have been activated and are working closely with all relevant authorities.’

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls ordered heightened security measures Friday at ‘sensitive sites’ near the gas factory that was attacked in eastern France.

Valls, who is on an official trip to South America, asked Cazeneuve to head to Saint-Quentin Fallavier, the site of the attack, the premier’s entourage said.

PROFILE: SEIFI GHASEMI – THE IRAN-BORN PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN-OWNED AIR PRODUCTS

 Born in Iran in 1944 and a US citizen since 1982, Ghasemi attended the Abadan Institute of Technology where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in General Engineering. He then moved to the United States where he received his Masters degree from Stanford University in California.

After conducting research in Fluidics at Stanford, he was employed by the Lear Motor Company before a three year spell as assistant professor at the University in Tehran. In 1974 Ghasemi joined the newly formed National Iranian Steel Industries Company, and three years later became executive director.

In 1979, he emigrated to the United States where he joined BOC’s Carbon Division. He moved to its US gases business in 1987, becoming its president in 1993. In June of this year, Ghasemi added to this role world-wide responsibility for the Group’s Process Plants business.

Ghasemi is Vice Chairman of the Compressed Gases Association and on the Board of Directors of the National Petroleum Refiners Association. He has one son, Robert, and lives in Gladstone, N.J., with his wife Ellen. His outside interests include running, skiing and opera.

The BOC Group, the parent company of BOC Gases, is a world leader in industrial gases, health care, vacuum technologies and distribution services. The BOC Group operates in more than 60 countries with sales last year of 5.27€ billion.

Blocked: French police secure the entrance of the Air Products company in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, near Lyon this morning

Blocked: French police secure the entrance of the Air Products company in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, near Lyon this morning

Barrier: A French Gendarme blocks the access road to the Saint-Quentin-Fallavier industrial area following the terror attack

Barrier: A French Gendarme blocks the access road to the Saint-Quentin-Fallavier industrial area following the terror attack

Scene: France has been on its highest security alert ever since the Paris attacks and according an internal security services source 'all the signals in recent weeks have been pointing to red for an attack of this nature occurring in the national territory'

Scene: France has been on its highest security alert ever since the Paris attacks and according an internal security services source ‘all the signals in recent weeks have been pointing to red for an attack of this nature occurring in the national territory’

The murdered man's head is understood to have been found 30 feet away from his body, hanging on a fence 

The murdered man’s head is understood to have been found 30 feet away from his body, hanging on a fence

The Mayor of Bordeaux, Alain Juppé, took to Twitter to condemn the attacks.

‘The terrorist threat is at a maximum’, he wrote, adding that France ‘must make every effort to protect its citizens’.

British Prime Minister David Cameron expressed his sympathies over the incident to French President Francois Hollande.

The two leaders spoke in Brussels, where they are attending a European Council summit.

A Downing Street spokeswoman said: ‘He expressed his sympathies for what looks like an appalling incident.

‘Details are still emerging, so we wait to see those. But it clearly looks an extremely concerning situation and our thoughts are with all those affected by it.’

The Government’s emergency Cobra committee will meet this afternoon following terror attacks in France and Tunisia, David Cameron said as he offered ‘our solidarity in fighting this evil of terrorism’.

France has been on its highest security alert ever since the Paris attacks and according to the Dauphiné Libéré, an internal security services source said that ‘all the signals in recent weeks have been pointing to red for an attack of this nature occurring in the national territory.’

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