OBAMA WON’T KILL MOSSAD AGENTS


OBAMA WON’T KILL MOSSAD AGENTS

John McCain and the leader of ISIS/IS who is Simon Elliot, aka Al-Baghdadi. John McCain’s Whoops Moment: Photographed Chilling With ISIS.

Simon Elliot, the leader of ISIS (aka IS), is a Mossad agent and he has been photographed with Mossad asset John McCain.

ISIS IS RUN BY SIMON ELLIOT, A MOSSAD AGENT

ISIS (now called IS) was trained by the Americans and Israelis and is led by Israelis.

ISIS Leader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi Trained by Israel. / ISIL Is Being Aided and Abetted by Israel

Al-Baghdadi (Simon Elliot) with McCain. John McCain’s Whoops Moment: Photographed Chilling With ISIS.

The role of IS is to kill Muslims and weaken all of Israel’s enemies.


The Jews who run ISIS are murderous sadistic pedophiles.

A Kurdish officer said of IS, “Everything they have is American – it is all the latest equipment with the big guns, the Humvees.”

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The Mossad-run IS is crucifying Muslims.
Obama has used IS in both Syria and Libya and now he is using them in Iraq, as he does not like the current Iraqi government and he wants to please Israel.

ISIS in Iraq: A disaster made in the USA / The United States’ biggest ‘allies’ are funding ISIL

Mossad at work.
Obama is NOT going to bomb the Mossad agents in IS.

Obama has no intention of saving the Yazidis.

Iraq crisis: ‘It is death valley. Up to 70 per cent of them are dead’

The aim of Mossad is to wreck all Muslim countries by leading all the Muslim institutions.

All the Muslim militants work for Mossad.

JEWISH POWER. / ISLAM YAKEN – CRYPTO JEW IN ISIS / BASHIR – WORKING FOR MOSSAD


ISIS began its invasion of Iraq from NATO-member Turkey. TURKEY IS LED BY A ‘JEW’.

According to the Financial Times, the US air strikes in Iraq “have failed to roll back ISIS’s advance and can be seen as a propaganda victory for the group…

“So far US forces have failed to target Isis’s buildings, weapons storage facilities or the leadership based in the desert near Mosul.”

US helping Isis. / Financial Times story

Erbil in yellow.

Ryan Crocker, a former US ambassador to Iraq has told the Financial Times:

“A couple of 500-pound bombs from F-18s and a couple of drone attacks are not going to stop Isis.

“We had one chance to hit their leadership and their command-and-control structures, and now it’s over…

“If we’re going to say that this is all about securing Erbil, which Isis never intended (to take over), the mission is over and we can go home.”

Abdulla Hawez, a Kurdish political commentator, has told the Financial Times:

“Isis is advancing and their attacking abilities haven’t been weakened.”

Wladimir van Wilgenburg, an Erbil-based analyst at the Jamestown Foundation, has told the Financial Times:

“I’ve seen on social media that ISIS seem to not really mind that America is involved.

“Propaganda-wise, the American involvement is not so bad at all for them.”

Mossad-led ISIS killing Moslems

 

 

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