Sunday, March 15, 2015

FSB/GRU Al Zawahiri connected with the Lahore church bombings [on Jesuit input]

The post is under construction due to the lack of time and the dramatic tide of the events. Except me and Stiliyanov it seems that a general spiritual and cerebral Alzheimer has caught the entire 'thinking' world.

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Jesuits - Kremlin - Al Qaeda,  triangle of death:

Above image - "These were their leaders, or elders, and their devout women. They went forth to teach by twos, like the seventy sent out by Christ.
[The Bogomils of Bulgaria and Bosnia:
The Early Protestants of the East. By
L. P. BROCKETT, M. D.]".

I don't remember how many times I repeated the concept in the old Avles Beluskes Exposed blog, i.e. the Catholicism will start (is starting) to hit herself  (via GRU/Damasco intelligence mostly) in order to have in the hands the weapon of the moral alibi to annihilate any other Christian denomination which would dare to refuse to bow down to the Antichrist of Rome: It is happening guys.

Pope calls for end to persecution of Christians in Pakistan
By Reuters
Published: March 15, 2015
ROME: Pope Francis said he felt great pain over bomb attacks outside two churches in Lahore on Sunday, departing from scripted remarks in his customary address to decry “persecution” of Christians.

“These are Christian churches. Christians are persecuted, our brothers spill their blood simply because they are Christians,” the pontiff said after his Angelus address.

The attacks in Lahore, claimed by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan splinter group Jamaatul Ahrar, killed 14 people and wounded nearly 80 during Sunday services.

Read: 14 dead, 75 injured in attack on Lahore’s Christian community

Francis told crowds at St Peter’s Square in the Vatican that he prayed for peace in the country and that “this persecution of Christians, and that the world tries to hide it, finishes”.

Surely the terrorists are coordinated with the pope's speech of Sunday - Pakistan is about 5 or 6 hours ahead of Rome. You bomb two churches during mass and then you have some hours of time ready to cook the news in the pope's propaganda oven, in Rome. Can you imagine how would have happened if instead only one 911 the "neo-Cons" would have implemented a dozen of 911 all along a decade? Rome does that:

"...Worshippers killed in Pakistan church bombings
At least 14 people dead and dozens wounded in twin bombing targeting two churches in Lahore, police say.
15 Mar 2015 12:00 GMT | War & Conflict, Pakistan, Tehreek e-Taliban, Asia, Christianity
At least 14 people have been killed and dozens more wounded in bombings targeting two churches in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore.
A Punjab Police spokesperson told Al Jazeera that a Roman Catholic church and a Christ Church in Lahore's Youhanabad area were hit in Sunday's suicide attacks.
At least 70 people were wounded, said Zahid Pervez, the provincial director general of health.
Jamaat-ur-Ahrar, a Pakistani Taliban (TTP) splinter group, claimed responsibility for both the attacks. ..."
I told that in August:

".......THIRD AGE. Born from the development of the tactics used in the previous one.  Jesuits target massively Catholic populations, provoking abundant mass murders and widely publicized atrocities. Catholics are targeted to morally legitimate them as "true Christians". As "Satan cannot punch Satan", there's no threat to Catholicism in the world. But Satan has no restrain in to punch the humans praising him. Don't worry, already Jesus Christ told you that sin is the path of eternal death. At the same time the not Catholic are morally blackmailed and intimidated in [order] to not stop the Catholicization of the world and of their lives. In addition to that, the not-Catholic will be - firstly with discretion, later with open hatred - accused to "gain benefit from the murder of the Catholic ones". ..........".
Wednesday, August 13, 2014

 Here you have a plausible connection in the shape of a triangle: Jesuits - Kremlin (GRU/FSB) - Al Zawahiri ("Al Qaeda", "Talibans"). Give a look to this interesting news:

A snub to ISIS? Al Qaeda launches a new branch dedicated to waging jihad in the Indian subcontinent as leader Zawahiri pledges loyalty to Taliban

    Ayman al-Zawahiri said Al Qaeda would fight for an Islamic state in India
    He said his group had been preparing for years to set up in the region
    Some think it's part of an effort to win back media attention from ISIS
    India saw itself as beyond the recruiting territory of international jihadists

By Associated Press and Ted Thornhill for MailOnline

Published: 07:12 GMT, 4 September 2014 | Updated: 13:31 GMT, 4 September 2014

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Zawahiri, men of GRU and FSB. Need to refresh the memory?

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Interesting. When it happened this sudden love for Taliban, by our FSB/GRU trained commander of Al Qaeda???? In August?? And what happened in August???

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar was a militant Islamist group that split away from the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan in August 2014.[3]In March 2015, the group's spokesman announced that it was rejoining the Pakistani Taliban.[1]....."

Ohhhhhhh... in the same month when allegedly our Zawahiri wanted to launch the holy war in India pledging allegiance to Talibans. Hypotetically Zawahiri would have interest in to allure Talibans in such a war. If Jamaat-ul-Ahrar wanted separated from mother organization was just because not agreeing with the politic of appeasement with the Pakistani government:

"...... In February 2014, Ahrar-ul-Hind, headed by Maulana Umar Qasmi (former leader in the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi) was formed after TTP opened peace talks with the Pakistani government. It later merged into Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, a second splinter group that broke away from Tehreek-i-Taliban in Pakistan on September 4, 2014 and named Omar Khalid Khorasani as its commander.[4]......."
[same source as above]
Curious coincidence, just the same day of the news! 4 September!.  Well, why Zawahiri would had allured to operations against "infidel" India? But because from tensions between India and Pakistan would have brought surely water to the mill of the Talibans un-happy of the talks between Taliban's leadership and Pakistani government.

 Bin Laden files show al-Qaida and Taliban leaders in close contact
Blow to Afghan peace hopes as documents reveal Bin Laden, Zawahiri and Omar discussed joint operations against Nato
Documents found in the house where Osama bin Laden was killed a year ago show a close working relationship between top al-Qaida leaders and Mullah Omar, the overall commander of the Taliban, including frequent discussions of joint operations against Nato forces in Afghanistan, the Afghan government and targets in Pakistan.

The communications show a three-way conversation between Bin Laden, his then deputy Ayman Zawahiri and Omar, who is believed to have been in Pakistan since fleeing Afghanistan after the collapse of his regime in 2001.

They indicate a "very considerable degree of ideological convergence", a Washington-based source familiar with the documents told the Guardian.
"Questions and issues come up. They don't see eye to eye on everything but it's clear they understand they have an interest in co-operating [on attacks against Nato, Afghan government and Pakistani targets]," the source said. "Of those engaged in the conversation, two [Zawahiri and Omar] are still alive today and there is no reason to believe that either has substantially changed his views in the last year."
OK stop for a moment. TTP, the Taliban branch from which Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, should be framed especially in Pakistan, in order then to ask help to Al Qaeda. And which else better mean if not of a massacre of children? Muslim children of Pakistan?

Jamatul Ahrar welcomes new Al Qaeda branch
AFP — Published Sep 05, 2014 03:23pm
ISLAMABAD: A new breakaway faction of the Pakistani Taliban on Friday welcomed Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri's announcement of the launch of a South Asian branch of the terror network.
Zawahiri announced the new “Al Qaeda in the subcontinent” operation in a video message, saying it would take the fight to Myanmar, Bangladesh and India, which has a large but traditionally moderate Muslim population.

Indian authorities said they were taking the move seriously and put several states on high alert on Thursday.

Ehsanullah Ehsan, spokesman for the new Pakistani Taliban bloc, named Tehreek-I-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Jamatul Ahrar, hailed Zawahiri's call.
“We welcome the new announcement of the subcontinent branch of Al Qaeda. We believe that the branch will work hard for the achievement of the rights of Muslims in the subcontinent,” Ehsan said in a message posted on Twitter and Facebook.
The TTP is now effectively divided into two factions, one headed by Maulana Fazlullah, who was elected last November following the killing of ex-chief Hakimullah Mehsud in a US drone strike.

The breakaway Jamatul Ahrar (freedom fighters group) group announced its split on Thursday and named Omar Khalid Khorasani as its commander.

Khorasani previously led a faction called Ahrarul Hind, which claimed several attacks during a ceasefire period between the government and Taliban earlier this year, including one on an Islamabad court complex that killed 12 people.

Analysts believe Khorasani has strong links to Al Qaeda and Zawahiri....."
OK Khorasani is a man of Zawahiri aka of GRU/FSB. Not an absurd hypothesis. What disturbs the more is that now his adversary has been killed, as a way to let him take possession of the Pakistani Talibans. Well, how to do this? But using the same methods used by FSB/GRU at Beslan....

2014 Peshawar school massacre
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

On 16 December 2014, seven gunmen affiliated with the Tehrik-i-Taliban (TTP) conducted a terrorist attack on the Army Public School in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar. The militants, all of whom were foreign nationals, included one Chechen, three Arabs and two Afghans. They entered the school and opened fire on school staff and children,[8][9] killing 145 people, including 132 schoolchildren, ranging between eight and eighteen years of age.[10][11] A rescue operation was launched by the Pakistan Army's Special Services Group (SSG) special forces, who killed all seven terrorists and rescued 960 people.[9][12][13] Chief military spokesman Major General Asim Bajwa said in a press conference that at least 130 people had been injured in the attack.[8]

This was the deadliest terrorist attack ever to occur in Pakistan, surpassing the 2007 Karachi bombing.[14] According to various news agencies and commentators, the nature and preparation of the attack was very similar to that of the Beslan school hostage crisis that occurred in the North Ossetia–Alania region of the Russian Federation in 2004.[15][16][17][18][19]
This happened just when Jamatul Ahrar, the dissident section of Pakistan Talibans and friend of Zawahiri's Al Qaeda was still separated. But JUST THREE DAYS BEFORE THE BOMBING OF THE CHURCHES IN LAHORE, IT ANNOUNCED TO ENTER AGAIN IN THE TTB.... well, for which reason? Probably because the old leadership of Tehrik-i-Taliban (TTP) was NOT responsible for the massacre at the military school, but that massacre was provoked in order to have the alibi to liquidate the old Tehrik-i-Taliban (TTP) leadership. In fact just FOUR days after the 2014 Peshawar school massacre the alleged mind of the massacre was silenced forever:

".......On 18 December 2014, a video was released by TTP on their website showing a man named Umar Mansoor revealing that he was the mastermind behind the Peshawar School attack.[35] However, the Pakistan government officials commented that the planning of the attack was actually carried out by Saddam Jan, who was instructed by Umar Mansoor on behalf of Maulana Fazlullah.[36] On 26 December 2014 at midnight, Jan was hunted and killed by the special forces in Khyber Agency in a secret hideout alongside six unidentified high value targets.[36](.....)
On 20 December 2014, an unconfirmed media report stated that Fazlullah was killed by PAF air-strikes in Afghanistan.[66][67] Air Intelligence and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) have not commented on the report; no official response was given by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) over the reports.[66]
Well, are you starting to understand all? That massacre maybe was not performed by the TTP, but by someone else, coming outside, someone who provided the Pakistani government of the alibi to liquidate the historical leadership of TTP for the benefit of the dissidency, the Zawahiri (GRU) connected Jamatul Ahrar group of Omar Khalid Khorasani. In fact who performed that massacre? Give a look to the list and tell me is this is not talking again of GRU/FSB/Egyptian stench:

  • Abu Shamil (also went by Abdur Rehman)— A Chechen fighter and thought to be the ringleader of the group.
  • Nouman Shah Helmand — An Afghan citizen from Helmand Province; the U.S. had placed a $500,000 bounty upon Shah.
  • Wazir Alam Herat — An Afghan citizen from Herat.
  • Khatib al-Zubaidi — An Arabic speaker and an Egyptian citizen.
  • Mohammad Zahedi — An Arabic speaker and a Moroccan citizen.
  • Jibran al-Saeedi — An Arab of unknown nationality.
In fact immediately after the 2014 Peshawar school massacre even Zawahiri condemned the attack - dragging the support of many Pakistani people to him and his Al Qaeda:

Al-Qaeda 'bursting with pain' over Pakistan school attack AFP December 21, 2014 19:41 PM
Al-Qaeda's regional branch on Sunday said its hearts were "bursting with pain" over the Taliban's massacre at a Pakistan school and urged the militants to target only security forces.

The attack on Tuesday killed 151 people -- mostly children -- in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar.

"Our hearts are bursting with pain and grief over this incident," Osama Mehmood, spokesman for Al-Qaeda South Asia chapter said in a four-page emailed statement.

"There is no doubt that the list of crimes and atrocities of the Pakistani army has crossed the limit and it is true that this army is ahead of everyone in America's slavery and genocide of Muslims... but it does not mean that we should seek revenge from oppressed Muslims," Mehmood said.

"The guns that we have taken up against Allah's enemy America and its pet rulers and slave army should not be aimed towards children, women and our Muslim people," he added.

Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri announced the creation of the new South Asia branch in September to "wage jihad" in Myanmar, Bangladesh and India.

The Afghan Taliban, who are loosely affiliated with Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), have also condemned the attack, saying killing innocent children was against Islam.

TTP has repeatedly accused to be a longa manus of India intelligence:

".......The Pakistani military and civilian leadership has repeatedly alleged that the Indian intelligence agency RAW has been funding and training TTP members using a network of Indian consulates in Afghanistan along Pakistani border. [186] [187] [188] According to the Pakistani allegations, when the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) emerged Afghan and Indian intelligence were quick to seize the opportunity to infiltrate and utilize some of its elements, particularly Baitullah Mehsud’s kin, against Pakistan and its armed forces. This has been openly admitted by Afghan intelligence. [189]
United States Secretary of Defence Chuck Hagel has also publicly acknowledged Indian role in terrorism inside Pakistan. In a speech at Oklahoma's Cameron University, he said that India has ‘for many years been using Afghanistan to fight a proxy war against Pakistan by sponsoring terror attacks inside it’.[196] "India for some time has always used Afghanistan as a second front, and India has over the years financed problems for Pakistan on that side of the border,” Hagel said in the speech [197] which was leaked on YouTube by a conservative group, Washington Free Beacon........"
Could it be maybe that India intelligence was allowed to leave her fingerprints in the TTP, in order than to hide the FSB/GRU fingerprints? I mean: Pakistani intelligence would surely be aware of the connections of Jamatul Ahrar group of Omar Khalid Khorasani with Zawahiri and henceforth with Putin's services. But would it mean that a Taliban terrorism could be profitable even for the Pakistan government, in order to gain from it the alibi for a series of policies.

We are at the conclusion starting again from the begining. The attack to both churches has been claimed by Jamaatul Ahrar, the group linked to the Zawahiri guy of Kremlin. Therefore the triangle Jesuits-Kremlin-Zawahiri worked again. Now there's no more need of a separation between the two groups. It remained only one group:

".......Pakistani splinter group rejoins Taliban amid fears of isolation

By Katharine Houreld and Saud Mehsud

DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan Thu Mar 12, 2015 11:15am EDT
Jamaat-ul-Ahrar split from the Pakistani Taliban last summer amid leadership rivalries. The splinter group launched a series of devastating suicide attacks and later announced its allegiance to the Islamic State group, a move that Mahsud said signaled frustration over waning support from an embattled al-Qaeda and hope that Islamic State might send men or money.

So far, there have been few signs that Islamic State has provided significant support to Pakistani or Afghan groups.


Jamaat-ul-Ahrar announced its decision to rejoin the Pakistani Taliban in a press release from spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan. Another militant group, Tehreek-e-Lashkar-e-Islam, is also joining the main Taliban insurgency, the statement said.

 Therefore there's no doubt about the appearing of the photos of Bin Laden "the Vaudois", just a day before the bomb attack against the CATHOLIC and PROTESTANT churches in Lahore. Both Protestants and Catholics deny the existence of Christians outside the Catholic church and before the Reformation (with the exception of Waldo, as an "offspring" out the Catholic church) - paraphrasing Stiliyanov (see link at the bottom), "let's the common struggle against the 'Manicheans' of the Mountains be the ecumenical glue":

 Friday, March 13, 2015
Bin Laden the "Vaudois" [Roman Catholic Global Slander]

неделя, 15 март 2015 г.Instant ecumenical glue 

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
The Catholic Fire and the coming Kristallnacht of Nero


  1. Iranian Church Growing Despite Risk of Death
    Tuesday, February 17, 2015
    THE MIDDLE EAST -- Iran's new president has promised to protect the country's Christians, but attacks are intensifying.
    As they work to survive, CBN News was given an exclusive, rare view that few outsiders witness: a secret meeting of new Iranian believers in a neighboring country, not far from the border.

    The brand new followers of Christ received Bible teaching and participated in their very first communion.

    After a few songs and prayers, several were baptized. Then they returned to more late-night Bible study and training before returning to Iran.

    Watch more on Iran's Christian Crackdown, on The Global Lane.

    Secret Believers

    For the first time, these Christians learned how to look up and memorize Scripture. They're Kurds, former Muslims who converted to Christianity.

    If their identities and location were revealed to secret police, Iranian agents would have come to arrest them. Some may have been killed for being apostates.

    One former Muslim -- we called Daoud -- knows the dangers all too well. Before he became a Christian, Iranian police caught him eating a sandwich instead of fasting during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.

    That violated Sharia law. A judge ordered him to receive 70 lashes, a punishment similar to that imposed by the Taliban.

    "I was tied down. A mullah held the Koran in his hand and recited a verse and then a soldier beat my back with a cable," he explained.

    "It made me feel deep hatred against Islam and the Islamic Republic of Iran. All I did was grab a sandwich and eat it. Why is that a sin?" he asked.

    Later, Daoud met some Christians on the Internet who introduced him to Christ. He embraced Christianity after witnessing miracles of healing and deliverance.

    Daoud keeps his newfound faith secret, while quietly and cautiously sharing Christ with others in his city.

    "Right now, it is really scary because if the government knows about it, I'm pretty sure they will execute me," he said.

    1. Criminals and Apostates

      Reza, another former Muslim-turned-Christian, says he shares his faith because he wants Iranians to live in the light.

      While President Hassan Rouhani promises societal reforms, Reza said an aggressive government crackdown against Christians continues.

      "Iranian agents come and arrest us saying that we are spies for Western countries. They say because of that, you are a traitor to your country and should be executed," he explained.

      In fact, few of the 40 or so known Christians imprisoned in Iran have been charged as apostates or for spreading the Gospel. The official charge is usually espionage or undermining national security.

      That's the charge against Iranian-American Pastor Saeed Abedini, still serving an eight-year prison sentence.

      "Saeed is well known because he is an American, and we certainly need to pray for him and his situation and his family, but there are many others like Farshid," David Yeghnazar, with Elam Ministries, said.

      Security police arrested 35-year-old Iranian Christian Farshid Fathi during a Christmas raid against house churches in 2010. He is serving six years in Iran's infamous Evin Prison.

      Yeghnazar said a prison guard recently broke Farshid's foot during a mass inmate assault. The foot went untreated for three days.

      "Farshid wrote a very beautiful letter saying that it was an incredible moment for him because he was in this pain over the Easter weekend and it gave him a very different view of the whole Easter story and finally having some relief on the Sunday morning was great," Yeghnazar said.

      He added that Farshid went on to say, "We forgive them for all they have done because we are followers of the one who says, 'Father, please forgive them because they don't know what they are doing.'"

    2. The Growing Iranian Church

      Yeghnazar said the Iranian church continues to grow in Iran despite -- or perhaps because of -- the inhumane treatment of prisoners like Farshid and Saeed.

      "Their courage means that the church continues to grow so it's really, although it's a story of suffering, it's also a story of growth in the Church in Iran," he said.

      Iran has one of the fastest growing Christian populations in the world. Evangelist Reza said that more Iranians tell him they've grown tired of the oppressive policies of the ayatollahs.

      "And people feel a hunger and a thirst to know the truth. When I talk to them about Christ and tell them how God loves us, they become so excited and they just keep smiling," Reza said.

      So, what role can the U.S. government play to help protect Reza and other Christians inside Iran?

      "It would be important for politicians all around the world to put the pressure on Iran, not just for religious freedom, not for just Christian freedom, but for the freedom of many inside the country," Yeghnazar explained.

      Reza requests prayer.

      "Pray that God will give us strength and power in our faith because Christian faith in Iran is not easy," he said. "It's difficult, dangerous and risky. And pray for salvation to come -- that all Iranians will be saved."

  2. Shia Islam is the official religion and all laws must be consistent with the official interpretation of Sharia law. According to the Iranian state, only Armenians and Assyrians can be Christian. Ethnic Persians are by definition Muslim, and ethnic Persian Christians are considered apostates. This makes almost all Christian activity illegal, especially when it occurs in Persian languages - from evangelism to Bible training, to publishing Scripture and Christian books or preaching in Farsi. In 2014, at least 75 Christians were arrested. More Christians were sentenced to prison and pressure on those detained increased, including physical and mental abuse.

  3. The family of Saeed Abedini, an American pastor jailed in an Iranian prison, has expressed alarm over the state of his physical and emotional condition after he witnessed brutal events in prison.

    "Saeed was quite shaken as he had to witness 6 fellow prisoners being beaten and taken to be executed (hanged) that day. It was a hard and dark day having witnessed that and seeing life being taken. The prison visit was also very hard as the families of those who were executed were crying and wailing," his wife Naghmeh recounted her last visit with her husband, who has been in jail for nearly two and a half years.