Meanwhile in Jordan
Reports of IS banners in areas like the eastern city of Ma'an have fuelled fears of destabilisation by a force wreaking havoc in neighbouring Syria and Iraq. The installation of a public siren system in parts of capital Amman, days after Jordan confirmed it had carried out strikes, sparked panic on social media. Fears the alert system was an indicator of an imminent retaliation forced authorities to reassure the public the installations were part of a long-planned programme. Brigadier General Fareed Shariah of the Jordanian Civil Defence Authority said the sirens were part of a "comprehensive system for exceptional situations". "We can use it to deliver all kinds of audio messages, to warn people of snow, floods or even terrorist attacks - any incident that could harm the Jordanian people," Mr Shariah said. Information Minister Mohammed Momani also took to state television to dismiss rumours that US and French citizens were warned to avoid malls in the capital. He said the revised travel advice notices simply called for "heightened vigilance".
or to signal the birth of the new era,
the Great Time of Neighbor Killing.
630,000 non muzzlums... wait, that's wikipedia.
CIA factbook says 221,000. (97.2% muzzlum)
but after they kill the Christians and the
31,000 Buddhists there are the Wrong Kind of Muzzlums.
No has posted a count of the Ahmadiyya
but ISIS likes to execute people who skip prayers,
women who won't put out,
guys to whom they owe money
and drivers who don't yield at four way stop signs.
When the public address system comes to life it will
be used by the Faithful to call their brethren to murder.
So much killing to be done.
Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at September 28, 2014 08:00 AM
also looks actionable.
Posted by: Valerie at September 28, 2014 11:02 AM
I heard the guys in Turkey have gotten on board with the US military action now "and shit" perhaps they know something about the Religion of Peace?
Posted by: obsidian at September 29, 2014 03:03 PM
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