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ISIS militant talks about US funding

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Source: tribune.com.pk

By:  Naveed Miraj

Yousaf al Salafi – allegedly the Pakistan commander of Islamic State (IS) or Daish – has confessed during investigations that he has been receiving funds through the United States.

Law enforcing agencies on January 22 claimed that they arrested al Salafi, along with his two companions, during a joint raid in Lahore. However, sources revealed that al Salafi was actually arrested sometimes in December last year and it was only disclosed on January 22.

“During the investigations, Yousaf al Salafi revealed that he was getting funding – routed through America – to run the organization in Pakistan and recruit young people to fight in Syria,” a source privy to the investigations revealed to Daily Express on the condition of anonymity.

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Saudi Scholar Claims that ISIS is Backed by Western Intelligence

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Source: moroccoworldnews.com

By: Tarik El Barakah

Saudi Shura council member Dr. Aissa Al-Ghaith has said that the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), recently named Islamic State (IS) is backed by international intelligence agencies, likening the terror organization to a sacrifice sheep which is being fattened in preparation for slaughter.

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Musician Brian Eno: Funding Israel Is Like ‘Sending Money To The KKK’

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By: Kerry-Anne

Source: http://www.addictinginfo.org/

Legendary music producer Brian Eno has published an open letter on David Byrne’s website, which serves as a blistering critique of Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.

Eno, formerly of Roxy music, who has produced some of the greatest albums by the likes of David Bowie, U2 and many other big names, came down hard on Israel for their attacks, which have to date killed more than 1400 Palestinians, 80% of them civilians and a third children.

Here is his letter in full:

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Documentary: Our Future, Made in Africa (Video)

“It’s a well known statistic that USD $400 million of funding for feasibility studies and master plans across sub-Saharan Africa would develop over USD $100 billion of infrastructure projects, which in turn would create a value of USD $1 trillion across africa. Increasing GDP on the continent by 2% and lifting 200 million people out of poverty.” – Ozwald Boateng, OBE

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