Fifty five minute video Al Hayat released as a part three to the Flames Of War series. The English narration with its stylised nuances explains the history up to the present time of Islamic State.
The video with its slow motion RPG rocket firing is padded together with battle vision from previous releases, (for example the image below is seen in part three) together with production voice over audio and some off the shelf fire transitions add to the impact which the narrative attempts to impose.
The video ends with men digging a trench as English translations run over the lower third, the scene ends with their execution.
Five and a half-minute video from West Africa titled “Disperse By [Means Of] Them” showing Islamic State affiliates attacking a Nigerian soldiers base with the same over run and looting tactics which have become the staple attack methodology. The attack on troops followed the seizing of Gudumbali on Friday September 7th in Borno State. Print media are now reporting that the situation has returned to “normalcy” (The Guardian).
The title comes from Qur’anic verse 8:57 – “So if you, [Oh Muhammad], gain dominance over them in war, disperse by [means of] them those behind them that perhaps they will be reminded.”
New South Wales Police have arrested and charged a twenty five year old IT Contractor from Sri Lanka, Mohamed Kamer Nilar Nizamdeen with “preparing for a terror attack” after a notebook was found with details of significant landmarks and prominent publc figures in Sydney who the police allege are terror targets. Bail was not sought and was formally refused at Waverly Court.
Sydney University statement and some of the ensuing local media frenzy (9MSN)
Next Court appearance – October 24th, 2018
Nearly four minute videos made up of short transitions showing percentage statistics in an effort to convey an image of resilience or perhaps announcing the Islamic State are still an entity. This release may also be connected to the attack in Sweida, the Baath Party centre, and the executions in recent days of hostages with the intention of striking fear into the citizenry.
Below is Parts 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 & 7
Pastor Logan Robertson from Pillar Baptists Church and two others have been charged with public nuisance and entering a premises with intent to trespass after the events at Kuraby and Durra Mosques on 4th & 5th July 2018 south of Brisbane. The group had intended to interview members of the Mosque in much the same way as they had conducted interviews with Mormons which makes up a ‘documentary’ as seen on the groups YouTube channel.
The video below shows the confrontation (which is from Pillar Church’s YouTube channel) and uploaded here for archive purposes.
Robertson has the right of appeal and has raised in excess of $10K Australian dollars for this purpose. (ABC)
It is important to understand the difference between “deported” and “removed“. A person “deported” can return with the appropriate Visa, however a person “removed” cannot.
Further reading (AusGov) – below is an extract.
This chapter deals with two important aspects of the administration of the removal and deportation provisions of the Migration Act:
Robertson and the two other men are to face Holland Park Magistrates Court July 25th, 2018.
Image below is from “nine.msn” and shows the cloudy description of events which is used to purposefully obscure facts.