Dabiq Has Been Captured

birdh3

The abuse of Mr. Del Rose has brought about the fall of  Dabiq. As I told you, God is really pissed off because some creeps stole Mr. Roses’ birdhouses. We may be kin.

I am a disciple of Kurt Vonnegut whose father was a Turner. His Mr. Rosewater is an unsung American prophet, a Sadguru. Before the rise of the End Time Christian-right, and their kindred, The End Time Islamic Terrorist State, there was Great American Literature – and Poetic Justice! God has blessed American Writers and Poets, and cursed the Insane Evangelicals that took over the Republican party founded by my kindred – who were Patrons of Art and Literature. We are Keepers Of The Beauty!

DE LA BELLE

On this day, October 16, I declare Del Rose the Saint of Bird House Makers! He is making homes for Huma ‘The Bird of Paradise’ and the Bird of Peace. After War, there must be Peace. We must make a Home for Peace, or, there can be no Victory. Bird Homes are the dwelling place of our Muse.

Jon ‘The Nazarite’

birdh

The canary in the mine, has arrived. The ninety day count down till the end of the world, has begun. This really pissed God off! Forget about the Trump bullshit.

Jon ‘The End Time Nazarite’

Etymology

An allusion to caged canaries (birds) that miners would carry down into the mine tunnels with them. If dangerous gases such as carbon monoxide collected in the mine, the gases would kill the canary before killing the miners, thus providing a warning to exit the tunnels immediately.

Dabiq, about 6 miles from the Turkish border, has played an outsize role in Islamic State’s propaganda since it was seized by the group in 2014. Sayings attributed to the Prophet Muhammad identify the town as the site of an apocalyptic future battle where a Muslim army will defeat a Western army. The group named its English-language magazine Dabiq.

http://www.kezi.com/news/local/Thief_Steals_44_Handmade_Birdhouses_from_Retired_Man.html

EUGENE, Ore. –– A retired man is out nearly $1,000 after someone stole dozens of handmade birdhouses from his front lawn.

Del Rose said someone stole 44 birdhouses and he’s dealing with the loss of his money and the loss of his hard work.

Rose has been making birdhouses since 2006 when he retired and has sold thousands over the years.

https://rosamondpress.com/2014/02/12/helen-of-high-noon/

http://www.avatarmeherbaba.org/erics/master.html

Ghazals, usually sung in Persian or Urdu in the sufi and Islamic traditions of spiritual discipline, have a very formal structure of two-line verses, each line divided in two parts. The last part usually ends with the same words throughout the entire song. Meher Baba wrote in Persian, Hindi, Urdu and Gujerati. It is customary for the author to identify himself by name in the last verse. Meher Baba’s literary name, Huma, refers to the Persian “bird of Paradise,” similar to the Egyptian phoenix, which is superior to all other birds in ability to fly, and which consumes itself in fire every few hundred years, only to rise anew from the ashes. It joins both the male and female natures together in one body, each sharing a wing and a leg. It avoids killing for food, rather preferring to feed on carrion. The Persians teach that great blessings come to that person on whom the huma’s shadow falls.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huma_bird

In Turkic mythology, the bird is called Kumay[4] or Umay[6] which was used as a symbol of Çepni, one of the 24 tribal organizations of Oghuz TurksUmay is the goddess of fertility and virginity in Turkic mythology and Tengriism.[4] In Arabic the bird is called Bulah.[4]

WATCH: New ISIS Video Claims 'End of World' for Infidels & America

https://videopress.com/embed/7jkS6q1N?hd=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=0&loop=0

In a new video purportedly released by the Islamic State titled “Arrows of the Night,” jihadist rhetoric is espoused about the coming judgment on non-Muslims with natural disasters. The video was released on January 10, 2016 from ISIS’ media center in “Wilayat al-Jazeera,” Syria.

Syrian Rebels Seize Dabiq From Islamic State

Capture of town by rebels backed by U.S., Turkey comes after two-week offensive

Fighters from the Free Syrian Army fire a machine gun mounted on a vehicle deploy during fighting against Islamic State jihadists on the outskirts of the northern Syrian town of Dabiq on Saturday.ENLARGE
Fighters from the Free Syrian Army fire a machine gun mounted on a vehicle deploy during fighting against Islamic State jihadists on the outskirts of the northern Syrian town of Dabiq on Saturday. PHOTO: AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES

Syrian rebels backed by the U.S. and Turkey said Sunday they had seized control of the symbolically important town of Dabiq from Islamic State as part of a broader offensive against the extremist group in northern Syria.

A coalition of rebel factions have advanced rapidly against Islamic State and captured territory in northern Syria since a Turkish-backed offensive began in August. The operation was launched to cut off supply lines to the group’s de facto capital, Raqqa, and drive it from a 60-mile stretch of territory along the border, as well as counter the growing influence of U.S.-backed Kurdish militias in Syria.

Dabiq, about 6 miles from the Turkish border, has played an outsize role in Islamic State’s propaganda since it was seized by the group in 2014. Sayings attributed to the Prophet Muhammad identify the town as the site of an apocalyptic future battle where a Muslim army will defeat a Western army. The group named its English-language magazine Dabiq.

Rebel groups had been girding for a long and difficult battle for Dabiq given its religious and symbolic importance. They launched an offensive to retake the town and surrounding area two weeks ago, then began an attack on Dabiq on Saturday—one day before they declared victory.

“It’s symbolic to Islamic State,” said Abdulsalaam Abdulrazaq, a spokesman for Nour al-Deen al-Zinki, one of the Syrian rebel groups participating in the battle. “And many of its fighters joined ISIS for the sake of the Dabiq battle because they believe they are the righteous ones and that they will be victorious.”

ENLARGE

The offensive began with airstrikes and artillery attacks from the Turkish military, which is part of the U.S.-led coalition battling Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. That was followed by a ground assault by rebels from numerous directions, rebel commanders said. Islamic State militants sent snipers and suicide bombers to attack the advancing rebels—killing several—before withdrawing.

By Sunday afternoon, rebels were combing the area looking for explosives planted by Islamic State, a common practice by the extremist group before it withdraws from territory, said Mohammad Nour, a spokesman with the Sultan Murad rebel faction.

Islamic State militants left Dabiq without putting up much of a fight, Turkish military officials said. Four settlements near the town remain under Islamic State control.

The loss was just the latest to plague Islamic State militants after a series of significant setbacks in Syria and Iraq at the hands of various forces, rebel commanders said. A coalition of forces in neighboring Iraq are preparing for a battle to take the city of Mosul from Islamic State, the group’s only remaining stronghold in that country.

The offensive across northern Syria has further complicated what was already a multifaceted conflict.

The Syrian Kurds have long been considered the most effective fighting force against Islamic State, but their U.S.-backed advancements against the extremist group also enabled Kurdish aspirations for a semiautonomous state across northern Syria. U.S. support for the Kurdish YPG militia in Syria has long been a sour point in the relationship between Washington and its key ally in the region, Turkey.

Since the Turkish-backed Syrian rebels, who also receive U.S. military aid, launched the offensive in August, the Kurds’ own battle against Islamic State has stalled as the YPG has been ordered towithdraw west of the Euphrates River.

Ankara is fighting a three-pronged war directly and through rebel proxies in Syria, seeking to oust President Bashar al-Assad, quash Islamic State and prevent Syrian Kurds from establishing autonomy just south of the 565-mile border with Syria.

As Turkish-backed Syrian rebels continue to expand their hold over territory previously held by Islamic State, authorities are also cracking down on the organization’s network in Turkey. On Sunday, police raided an Islamic State cell in the southern Gaziantep province, where a militant detonated explosives, killing three policemen and wounding eight people, including four Syrian nationals.

Operations to oust Islamic State from Mosul will start when Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi sees fit, the U.S.’s top official in the fight against the extremist group, Brett McGurk, said Saturday. The Pentagon said U.S. and coalition forces carried out six strikes near Mosul on Friday.

Advertisements

About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s