Meanwhile in Kazakhstan

A tiny minority of misunderstanders of Islam are training to slaughter the Kuffar, that's you and me in Islamspeak.

New horrific evidence of ISIS embroiling children in their religious war has emerged. Refugees fleeing the fighting in the battle-stricken border town of Kobane, Syria, have told of how ISIS fighters are beheading children in their bloodthirsty siege; whilst in Kazakhstan, ISIS have released a propaganda video showing children being trained as fighters
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Kazakhstan has banned the video.

n response to the video, the Kazakh Prosecutor-General's Office issued a statement on November 24 saying that it was taking legal steps to prevent access to the video, to deem it illegal, and to prohibit its distribution in Kazakhstan, citing the country's Communications Law.

The video "showed Kazakh citizens residing in Syria and involved in fighting with a terrorist organization. An investigation showed that the content of the video is aimed at the promotion and justification of terrorist activity," the statement said.

"According to Kazakh law, propaganda and justifications of terrorism are prohibited. In order to avoid legal consequences, the Prosecutor-General's Office warns of the need for the strict observance of the law and urges [people] to refrain from disseminating the banned film or individual scenes from it," the statement added.

The video, which has English, Russian, and Arabic subtitles, invites viewers to "meet some of our newest brothers from the land of Kazakhstan" and shows a group of Kazakh nationals taking part in a training camp. A Kazakh militant then explains in Russian that these men are new recruits to IS.

At posting there are at least 5 copies on internet archive.

I've embedded one below the fold.

Posted by: Howie at 11:58 AM

Comments

1 I saw the video and observed that the Kazakh (presumably) men speak in Russian at the first minute or so of the video and then later on, another guy speaks in the Kazakh language.

Posted by: Birbal Dhar at November 25, 2014 03:01 PM

2 I've got a sister living in Astana, KZ right now, so I've done a little bit of study on the place. What I've learned is that KZ's been dominated by the Russians since the early-mid 1800's, so Russian is spoken throughout the country and is the official language of the government, though after their independence in 1991 Kazakh was made a 2nd official language. It's actually spoken quite a bit less, so it's more surprising to hear it than Russian.

Posted by: pkudude99 at November 25, 2014 03:49 PM

3 Remember about all the stories about 'evil' crusaders killing men, women AND children.

This kind of thing maybe explains that....

(BTW the islamic jihadists back then slaughtered everyone they could get their hands on who wouldnt surrender immediately to them and then bow down in supplication to their moon god. The good lefties writing the schoolbooks never seemed to mention THAT part of history).

Posted by: tweethetree at November 26, 2014 09:10 AM

4 That's a shame. My wife has a Kazakh friend; the country is pretty much Russified (the friend speaks Russian instead of Kazakh, and is nominally Muslim -- but is more secular/agnostic than anything; she doesn't seem to really care about religion all that much -- goes to the Adventist church once and a while because a friend is Adventist...and they have a nice pancake breakfast).
From what little we know of the country the Kazakhs don't seem the type to quickly get swept up in the islamo-nit bs; seems like the jihadi rodents have made inroads even there.

Posted by: pathfinder at November 26, 2014 08:01 PM

5 Hey you cute little boy's or girl's, what ever. When that ugly,sinking and I mean really sinking guy,ofters his tent to sleep in, "don't" go into the tent with IT, be sure to watch your back hole, because he surly want to the pleasure IT's self.

Posted by: daryl d duke at November 27, 2014 03:33 PM






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