Islamic State & Human Rights

An Islamic state is a type of government, in which the primary basis for government is Islamic religious law. Human rights are commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because she or he is a human being. 5.0/5

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MT “Islamic State has executed nearly 2,000 people in 6 months,” Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says fighters of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group have...
is Liberated! The easternmost strategic hill in Kobane - Kaniya Kurda is now under Kurdish control . This brings out the celabratory waves, since it is now "only a matter of time to clear Kobane and its outskirts fully of ISIS" Rami Abdel Rahman, director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, told AFP that fighters from the Kurdish People`s Protection Units (YPG, YPJ) had "expelled all Islamic State fighters from Kobane and have full control of the town." According to the SOHR since October 6, when ISIS first raised its banner on the city's outskirts, the fighting among ISIS, YPG and the rebel battalions backing YPG has killed 979 ISIS combatants, 324 YPG fighters and 12 rebels. Thirty-eight more ISIS militants died in attacks using booby-trapped vehicles or explosive belts, and the ISIS shelling of Kobani killed 12 civilians, SOHR said. Our hearts go to all the fighters who died for their freedom against an occupation. Drawings by Yahia Silo & Rewhat Arslan
" The Unmourned: Another Mass Killing by the Peace Prize Prez" * A U.S.-led coalition airstrike killed at least 50 Syrian civilians late last month when it targeted a headquarters of Islamic State extremists in northern Syria [the town of Al Bab, near the Turkish border], according to an eyewitness and a Syrian opposition human rights organization. … The Syrian Network for Human Rights, an independent opposition group that tracks casualties in Syria, said it has documented the deaths of at least 40 civilians in airstrikes in the months between the start of U.S. bombing in Syria Sept. 23 through the Dec. 28 strike on Al Bab. The deaths include 13 people killed in Idlib province on the first day of the strikes. Other deaths include 23 civilians killed in the Eastern Province of Deir el Zour, two in Raqqa province and two more in Idlib province. The issue of civilian deaths in U.S. strikes is a critical one as the United States hopes to win support from average Syrians for its campaign against the Islamic ...
Source: Yahoo News. The Islamic State militant group has killed 1,878 people in Syria during the past six months, the majority of them civilians, a British-based Syrian monitoring organization said on Sunday.Islamic State also killed 120 of its own members, most of them foreign fighters trying to return home, in the last two months, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The militant group has taken vast parts of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate in territory under its control in June. Since then it has fought the Syrian and Iraqi governments, other insurgents and Kurdish forces. Rami Abdulrahman, the head of the Syrian monitoring group, told Reuters that Islamic State killed 1,175 civilians, including eight women and four children. He said 930 of the civilians were members of the Sheitaat, a Sunni Muslim tribe from eastern Syria which fought Islamic State for ...
Roughly 1,200 Syrian civilians have been killed by Islamic State in past 6 months, per the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
Islamic State executed 1,878 people in six months says the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
AMMAN, Jordan — Islamic State group fighters shot down a warplane on Wednesday believed to be from the U.S.-led coalition over Syria and captured its pilot, activists said. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the aircraft was shot down near the northern city of Raqqa, the Isla…
A single Islamic State fighter killed 150 girls and women because they refused to enter into "temporary marriages" with jihadists, according to the the Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights. Temporary marriages are a way for jihadists to effectively use women as sex slaves, while still abiding by Koranic..…
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Sunday (Nov 30) that at least 50 Islamic State group militants have been killed in the past 24 hours in clashes, suicide bombings and US-led air strikes in Syria's Kobane.
Muslim Brother leader; Khairat El Shater plans for a bloody revolution in Egypt, November 28th, 2014, with the help of the CIA-MI6-Mossad, Qatar, Turkey and Iran. They plan to start with protests, and calls for an Islamic Caliphate. Then they shall shoot some of the protesters, to accuse police and army. Then they will enter houses and shops and shoot people randomly. Then they shall make explosions everywhere, to distract police and army. Meanwhile, ISIS and Hamas terrorists shall invade Egypt from the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. Then they shall burn Al Azhar and the Coptic Cathedral. Then they shall occupy the TV, and declare Egypt as an Islamic State. Then they shall kill all Military and police leaders! All this shall be under the supervision of Human Rights, UN, CIA, who shall call them as innocent protesters and shall describe war on terrorism against them , as violence by police and army! Then they plan to attack prisons to free or kill Morsi and other Muslim Brother leaders. They are fright ...
Islamic State (IS) fighters have beheaded a man for allegedly working for Syrian President Bashar Assad and announced that all who insult Allah are to be executed, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said Friday.
Nov 02, – With global attention focused on the fight against jihadists, Syria’s regime has in recent weeks stepped up its use of deadly barrel bomb strikes, killing civilians and wreaking devastation. hromedia Syria steps up deadly barrel bomb attacks as world attention shifts on ISIS arab uprising2In less than a fortnight, warplanes have dropped at least 401 barrel bombs on rebel areas in eight provinces, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a monitoring group. Activist Yassin Abu Raed, from the town of Anadan in northern Aleppo province, has seen his house hit three times in barrel bomb attacks. The latest strike destroyed it completely. “Death is all around us, and nobody cares,”. “Barrel bombs kill those we love most, they destroy houses, dreams and memories, and leave us without any hope that the killing will ever stop.” “All this, and no one has even heard of us, no one feels for us.” The Observatory, which documents casualties and strikes, relying on a broad network ...
Monday 03 November,2014 Beirut/Mursitpinar : Iraqi Kurdish fighters have joined the fight against Islamic State militants in Kobani, hoping their support for fellow Kurds backed by U.S.-led air strikes will keep the ultra-hardline group from seizing the Syrian border town. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the Civil War, said heavy clashes erupted in Kobani and that both sides had suffered casualties, while the U.S. military said it had launched more air raids on Islamic State over the weekend. Idriss Nassan, deputy minister for foreign affairs in Kobani district, said Iraqi Kurds using long-range artillery had joined the battle on Saturday night against Islamic State, which holds parts of Syria and Iraq as part of an ambition to redraw the map of the Middle East. “The peshmerga joined the battle late yesterday and it made a big difference with their artillery. ...
US-led air strikes against Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria have killed 553 people since September, UK-based activists say. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says 464 IS fighters, 57 other militants and 32 civilians have died. Meanwhile, the US has carried out more air strikes against IS positions near the besieged town of Kobane. Kurdish sources told BBC Arabic that IS had retaken a strategically important hilltop 4km west of the town. Kurdish forces fighting IS in Kobane took Tal Shair nine days ago. Reports also suggest IS fighters have been shelling Kurdish positions and attacking the town centre. Syrian Kurdish sources told the BBC that IS fighters launched intensive attacks on Wednesday night from the southern and eastern parts of the town, in an apparent attempt to get access to the town centre. The fighting resumed on Thursday morning after a brief period of calm, the sources added. Intense fighting has resumed around Kobane after a relative lull Air strikes are believed to have delayed ...
Moderate Rebels: A Complete and Growing List of Vetted Groups Shortly after U.S. president Obama declared war on the so-called Islamic State (ISIS/IS), a bogus claim by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) about a non-aggression pact between ISIS and an unnamed unit of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) went viral largely due to ignorance about which moderate rebels the U.S. and its “Friends of Syria” allies are supporting. This guest post by Hasan Mustafa (is an attempt to cure that ignorance and make future pseudo-scandals less likely by detailing who the U.S.-backed moderate rebels are using open-source information. (…) Democratic Revolution Syrian Style, 21-10-2014
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According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Islamic State (IS) jihadists met their match on Sunday. A courageous female commander in the Kurdish YPG (People's Protection Unit) broke into ...
Islamic State beheaded seven men and three women in a northern Kurdish area of Syria, a human rights monitoring group said on Wednesday, part of what it described as a campaign to frighten residents resisting the militant group’s advance. The head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Rami Abd…
August-September 2014 - Volume 35, No. 4 No more US intervention! Fundamentalist onslaught in Iraq: made in USA Megan Cornish August 2014 Ali supported the U.S. overthrow of Saddam Hussein and worked for “Operation Iraqi Freedom.” All the more reason for his outrage at the destruction unfolding in Iraq. Now living in the Seattle area, he says, “I lost family! I lost my country! And all for this?” In mid-June, the Al Qaeda split-off, Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), took over a huge swath of northern and western Iraq. Thousands were killed, hundreds massacred after surrendering. An estimated 1.5 million became refugees almost overnight. The corporate media promptly took up the tale that Iraq’s sectarian warfare is centuries old and not “our” responsibility. Many liberal pundits blame Bush I and II, and give Obama a pass. Such assertions are simply lies. It is the years of U.S. war and military assaults on Iraq, especially since the 2003 invasion, that are the primary cause of the curre ...
Syria has become home to some 50,000 Islamic State (IS) fighters, including more than 6,000 members who joined the organisation in July, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said yesterday. The jihadist organisation announced in June the establishme
EXCLUSIVE Who is responsible for brutality in Iraq? Almost 2,500 people were killed in Iraq in June as militants led by the radical group the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, known as ISIS or ISIL, seized northern and western parts of the country, the United Nations said on Tuesday. What radicals have unleashed is reminiscent of the darkest days of sectarian violence in the region. Shockingly, ISIS is not the only ones responsible for atrocities in the country. The government plays its part, warns Erin Evers, Iraq researcher at the Middle East and North Africa Division of the Human Rights Watch. Read more:
What are Human Rights in Islam? Islam clearly commands unqualified tolerance towards all human beings. In fact, Islam defends humanity against all criminal behavior including discrimination. The life, honor and property of all citizens in an Islamic State are considered sacred. Islam does not seek to restrict human rights or privileges to a geographical boundary. The Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, reminded even-one saying: "O mankind you are all the children of Adam and Adam was created from dust." Islam has laid down some fundamental rights for humanity as a whole, which are to be respected under all circumstances whether a person is at peace with the Islamic state or at war. It opposes all those who exploit, oppress and deal unjustly with people. The Holy Qur'an very clearly states: "O believers! Be steadfast for the sake of Allah and bear true witness and let not the enmity of a people incite you to do injustice; do justice; that is nearer to piety. Fear Allah, surely, Allah is fully aware of all ...
Wrong move or right move people, please give us your opinions? Do you think that that the Merger between Jabhat Al-Nusrah and Islamic State of Iraq (Islamic State of Iraq and Shaam) was right or do you believe that the Islamic State of Iraq should focus on Iraq and Jabhat Al-Nusrah in Syria??
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