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If the attack was indeed connected to the Islamic State, it says something about the diminished capabilities of the group. Several years after it first launched its insurgency in Iraq and Syria — an uprising that the group’s leadership attempted to internationalize through acts of global terrorism — the Islamic State has seen its territorial holdings and leadership structure decimated by a military campaign led by an unlikely alliance of U.S.- and Iranian-backed forces.

A few years ago, at the height of its power in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State began to make grandiose claims of triggering an apocalyptic religious conflict between Muslims and non-Muslims worldwide. In retrospect, we can categorically say that the group failed to generate such a war. More information about today’s attack is sure to emerge, but for the moment one thing seems clear. Rather than a “soldier of the caliphate” or any other such emissary from the apocalypse, Akayed Ullah seems like something very familiar to people in New York and big cities around the world: a failed criminal.

Islam gives us all guidance to serve the humanity. Islamic Technology Mission (ITM), is an IT services provider company which has skills and expertise to facilitate complex Islamic solutions in a shape of technology.

ITM holds the honor of creating the world’s first application (for Computer and Mobile) on The Holy Quran and Hadees which gives you the chance to search any topic in The Holy Quran and Hadees.

We are focusing to deliver the true picture of Islam with the help of technology because technology is the ultimate reality.

We offer services of entire software, web development, Content Management Solutions and Creative Design from the very beginning until the end. Our overall process includes concept, design, development, incorporation, and implementation. We also deal in business solutions like Supply Chain Management, Inventory, Cash Flow etc. We have expertise in following areas.

According to Google, Zahid Hussain is the first person in the world who has made this type of Searchable Hadees project. He is an IT Consultant by profession and his keen interest in religion compelled him to carry out this extensive research work single handedly and took him around five years to come up with this amazing and easy to use Search Engine Application for holy Quran and holy Hadees.

For the ease of the users and readers, he has made the application in such a way that, not even an Hadees or topic, but even a single word from whole Sahih Bukhari can be searched and within a blink of an eye, it gives you all the references from the Holy Book.

European leaders accepted the transformation of parts of their countries into enemy territories. They see that a demographic disaster is taking place. They know that in two or three decades, Europe will be ruled by Islam.

Ten years ago, describing what he called "the last days of Europe," the historian Walter Laqueur said that European civilization was dying and that only old monuments and museums would survive. His diagnosis was too optimistic. Old monuments and museums might well be blown up. Look nowhere else than what the black-hooded supporters of "Antifa" -- an "anti-fascist" movement whose actions are totally fascistic -- are doing to statues in the United States.

After the attack in Barcelona, Spain, when people gathered at the site to demand tougher measures against the rising influence of Islamism across the continent, they were confronted by an "anti-fascist" rally. Pictured: "Anti-fascists" beat a man who they claimed is a "right-wing sympathizer" at Las Ramblas, Barcelona, on August 18, 2017. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Mainstream European newspapers describing the horror once again sought explanations to what they kept calling "inexplicable". The leading Spanish daily newspaper, El Pais , wrote in an editorial that "radicalization" is the bitter fruit of the "exclusion" of certain "communities," and added that the answer was more "social justice". In France, Le Monde suggested that terrorists want to "incite hatred", and stressed that Europeans must avoid "prejudice". In the UK, The Telegraph explained that "killers attack the West because the West is the West; not because of what it does" -- but it spoke of "killers", not "terrorists" or "Islamists".

Anti-terrorism specialists, interviewed on television, said that the attacks, carried out across the continent at an ever-faster pace, will become deadlier. They noted that the original plan of the Barcelona jihadists had been to destroy the Sagrada Família Cathedral and kill thousands of people. The specialists parroted that Europeans will just have to learn to live with the threat of widespread carnage. They did not offer any solutions. Once again, many said that terrorists are not really Muslims -- and that the attacks "had nothing to do with Islam".

Many leaders of Western European countries treat Islamic terrorism as a fact of life that Europeans must get used to -- as some kind of aberration unrelated to Islam. They often avoid speaking of "terrorism" at all. After the attack in Barcelona,​​ German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a brief reproach about a "revolting" event. She expressed "solidarity" with the Spanish people, and then moved on. French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted a message of condolence and spoke of a "tragic attack."

The terrorist attack in Barcelona received the same reaction as all the large-scale terrorist attacks in Europe: tears, prayers, flowers, candles, teddy bears, and protestations that “Islam means peace.”

When people gathered to demand tougher measures against the rising influence of Islamism across the continent, they were confronted by an “anti-fascist” rally. Muslims organized a demonstration to defend Islam; they claimed that Muslims living in Spain are the “main victims” of terrorism. The president of the Spanish Federation of Islamic Religious Societies, Mounir Benjelloun El Andaloussi, spoke of a “conspiracy against Islam” and said that terrorists were “instruments” of Islamophobic hatred.

The mayor of Barcelona, ​​Ada Colau, cried in front of the cameras and said that her city would remain an “open city” for all immigrants.

الدولة الإسلامية في العراق والشام ‎
ad-Dawlah al-Islāmiyah fī 'l-ʿIrāq wa-sh-Shām
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This group has been designated a terrorist organisation by the United Nations and many individual countries. ISIL is widely known for its videos of beheadings and other types of executions [63] of both soldiers and civilians, including journalists and aid workers, and its destruction of cultural heritage sites . [64] The United Nations holds ISIL responsible for human rights abuses and war crimes and Amnesty International has charged the group with ethnic cleansing on a "historic scale" in northern Iraq. [65]

In Syria, the group conducted ground attacks on both government forces and opposition factions and by December 2015 it held a large area in western Iraq and eastern Syria, containing an estimated 2.8 to 8 million people, [71] [72] where it enforced its heterodox [57] interpretation of sharia law . ISIL is believed to be operational in 18 countries across the world, including Afghanistan and Pakistan, with "aspiring branches" in Mali, Egypt, Somalia, Bangladesh, Indonesia and the Philippines. [73] [74] [75] [76] In 2015, ISIL was estimated to have an annual budget of more than US$1 billion and a force of more than 30,000 fighters. [77]

In July 2017, the group lost control of its largest city, Mosul , to the Iraqi army. [78] Following this major defeat, ISIL continued to lose territory to the various states and other military forces allied against it, until it controlled no meaningful territory by November 2017. [79] U.S. military officials reported in December 2017 that the group retained a mere 2% of the territory they had previously held. [80] On 10 December 2017, Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that Iraqi forces had driven the last remnants of Islamic State from the country, three years after the militant group captured about a third of Iraq's territory. [81]

In April 2013, having expanded into Syria, the group adopted the name ad-Dawlah al-Islāmiyah fī 'l-ʿIrāq wa-sh-Shām ( الدولة الإسلامية في العراق والشام ‎). As al-Shām is a region often compared with the Levant or Greater Syria , the group's name has been variously translated as "Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham ", [82] "Islamic State of Iraq and Syria" [83] (both abbreviated as ISIS), or "Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant" (abbreviated as ISIL). [54]

In late June 2014, the group renamed itself ad-Dawlah al-Islāmiyah ( lit.  Islamic State or IS ), declaring itself a worldwide caliphate . [67] The name "Islamic State" and the group's claim to be a caliphate have been widely rejected, with the UN, various governments, and mainstream Muslim groups refusing to use the new name. [90] [91] The group's declaration of a new caliphate in June 2014 and its adoption of the name "Islamic State" have been criticised and ridiculed by Muslim scholars and rival Islamists both inside and outside the territory it controls. [90] [92]

If the attack was indeed connected to the Islamic State, it says something about the diminished capabilities of the group. Several years after it first launched its insurgency in Iraq and Syria — an uprising that the group’s leadership attempted to internationalize through acts of global terrorism — the Islamic State has seen its territorial holdings and leadership structure decimated by a military campaign led by an unlikely alliance of U.S.- and Iranian-backed forces.

A few years ago, at the height of its power in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State began to make grandiose claims of triggering an apocalyptic religious conflict between Muslims and non-Muslims worldwide. In retrospect, we can categorically say that the group failed to generate such a war. More information about today’s attack is sure to emerge, but for the moment one thing seems clear. Rather than a “soldier of the caliphate” or any other such emissary from the apocalypse, Akayed Ullah seems like something very familiar to people in New York and big cities around the world: a failed criminal.

Islam gives us all guidance to serve the humanity. Islamic Technology Mission (ITM), is an IT services provider company which has skills and expertise to facilitate complex Islamic solutions in a shape of technology.

ITM holds the honor of creating the world’s first application (for Computer and Mobile) on The Holy Quran and Hadees which gives you the chance to search any topic in The Holy Quran and Hadees.

We are focusing to deliver the true picture of Islam with the help of technology because technology is the ultimate reality.

We offer services of entire software, web development, Content Management Solutions and Creative Design from the very beginning until the end. Our overall process includes concept, design, development, incorporation, and implementation. We also deal in business solutions like Supply Chain Management, Inventory, Cash Flow etc. We have expertise in following areas.

According to Google, Zahid Hussain is the first person in the world who has made this type of Searchable Hadees project. He is an IT Consultant by profession and his keen interest in religion compelled him to carry out this extensive research work single handedly and took him around five years to come up with this amazing and easy to use Search Engine Application for holy Quran and holy Hadees.

For the ease of the users and readers, he has made the application in such a way that, not even an Hadees or topic, but even a single word from whole Sahih Bukhari can be searched and within a blink of an eye, it gives you all the references from the Holy Book.

If the attack was indeed connected to the Islamic State, it says something about the diminished capabilities of the group. Several years after it first launched its insurgency in Iraq and Syria — an uprising that the group’s leadership attempted to internationalize through acts of global terrorism — the Islamic State has seen its territorial holdings and leadership structure decimated by a military campaign led by an unlikely alliance of U.S.- and Iranian-backed forces.

A few years ago, at the height of its power in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State began to make grandiose claims of triggering an apocalyptic religious conflict between Muslims and non-Muslims worldwide. In retrospect, we can categorically say that the group failed to generate such a war. More information about today’s attack is sure to emerge, but for the moment one thing seems clear. Rather than a “soldier of the caliphate” or any other such emissary from the apocalypse, Akayed Ullah seems like something very familiar to people in New York and big cities around the world: a failed criminal.

Islam gives us all guidance to serve the humanity. Islamic Technology Mission (ITM), is an IT services provider company which has skills and expertise to facilitate complex Islamic solutions in a shape of technology.

ITM holds the honor of creating the world’s first application (for Computer and Mobile) on The Holy Quran and Hadees which gives you the chance to search any topic in The Holy Quran and Hadees.

We are focusing to deliver the true picture of Islam with the help of technology because technology is the ultimate reality.

We offer services of entire software, web development, Content Management Solutions and Creative Design from the very beginning until the end. Our overall process includes concept, design, development, incorporation, and implementation. We also deal in business solutions like Supply Chain Management, Inventory, Cash Flow etc. We have expertise in following areas.

According to Google, Zahid Hussain is the first person in the world who has made this type of Searchable Hadees project. He is an IT Consultant by profession and his keen interest in religion compelled him to carry out this extensive research work single handedly and took him around five years to come up with this amazing and easy to use Search Engine Application for holy Quran and holy Hadees.

For the ease of the users and readers, he has made the application in such a way that, not even an Hadees or topic, but even a single word from whole Sahih Bukhari can be searched and within a blink of an eye, it gives you all the references from the Holy Book.

European leaders accepted the transformation of parts of their countries into enemy territories. They see that a demographic disaster is taking place. They know that in two or three decades, Europe will be ruled by Islam.

Ten years ago, describing what he called "the last days of Europe," the historian Walter Laqueur said that European civilization was dying and that only old monuments and museums would survive. His diagnosis was too optimistic. Old monuments and museums might well be blown up. Look nowhere else than what the black-hooded supporters of "Antifa" -- an "anti-fascist" movement whose actions are totally fascistic -- are doing to statues in the United States.

After the attack in Barcelona, Spain, when people gathered at the site to demand tougher measures against the rising influence of Islamism across the continent, they were confronted by an "anti-fascist" rally. Pictured: "Anti-fascists" beat a man who they claimed is a "right-wing sympathizer" at Las Ramblas, Barcelona, on August 18, 2017. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Mainstream European newspapers describing the horror once again sought explanations to what they kept calling "inexplicable". The leading Spanish daily newspaper, El Pais , wrote in an editorial that "radicalization" is the bitter fruit of the "exclusion" of certain "communities," and added that the answer was more "social justice". In France, Le Monde suggested that terrorists want to "incite hatred", and stressed that Europeans must avoid "prejudice". In the UK, The Telegraph explained that "killers attack the West because the West is the West; not because of what it does" -- but it spoke of "killers", not "terrorists" or "Islamists".

Anti-terrorism specialists, interviewed on television, said that the attacks, carried out across the continent at an ever-faster pace, will become deadlier. They noted that the original plan of the Barcelona jihadists had been to destroy the Sagrada Família Cathedral and kill thousands of people. The specialists parroted that Europeans will just have to learn to live with the threat of widespread carnage. They did not offer any solutions. Once again, many said that terrorists are not really Muslims -- and that the attacks "had nothing to do with Islam".

Many leaders of Western European countries treat Islamic terrorism as a fact of life that Europeans must get used to -- as some kind of aberration unrelated to Islam. They often avoid speaking of "terrorism" at all. After the attack in Barcelona,​​ German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a brief reproach about a "revolting" event. She expressed "solidarity" with the Spanish people, and then moved on. French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted a message of condolence and spoke of a "tragic attack."

If the attack was indeed connected to the Islamic State, it says something about the diminished capabilities of the group. Several years after it first launched its insurgency in Iraq and Syria — an uprising that the group’s leadership attempted to internationalize through acts of global terrorism — the Islamic State has seen its territorial holdings and leadership structure decimated by a military campaign led by an unlikely alliance of U.S.- and Iranian-backed forces.

A few years ago, at the height of its power in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State began to make grandiose claims of triggering an apocalyptic religious conflict between Muslims and non-Muslims worldwide. In retrospect, we can categorically say that the group failed to generate such a war. More information about today’s attack is sure to emerge, but for the moment one thing seems clear. Rather than a “soldier of the caliphate” or any other such emissary from the apocalypse, Akayed Ullah seems like something very familiar to people in New York and big cities around the world: a failed criminal.

Islam gives us all guidance to serve the humanity. Islamic Technology Mission (ITM), is an IT services provider company which has skills and expertise to facilitate complex Islamic solutions in a shape of technology.

ITM holds the honor of creating the world’s first application (for Computer and Mobile) on The Holy Quran and Hadees which gives you the chance to search any topic in The Holy Quran and Hadees.

We are focusing to deliver the true picture of Islam with the help of technology because technology is the ultimate reality.

We offer services of entire software, web development, Content Management Solutions and Creative Design from the very beginning until the end. Our overall process includes concept, design, development, incorporation, and implementation. We also deal in business solutions like Supply Chain Management, Inventory, Cash Flow etc. We have expertise in following areas.

According to Google, Zahid Hussain is the first person in the world who has made this type of Searchable Hadees project. He is an IT Consultant by profession and his keen interest in religion compelled him to carry out this extensive research work single handedly and took him around five years to come up with this amazing and easy to use Search Engine Application for holy Quran and holy Hadees.

For the ease of the users and readers, he has made the application in such a way that, not even an Hadees or topic, but even a single word from whole Sahih Bukhari can be searched and within a blink of an eye, it gives you all the references from the Holy Book.

European leaders accepted the transformation of parts of their countries into enemy territories. They see that a demographic disaster is taking place. They know that in two or three decades, Europe will be ruled by Islam.

Ten years ago, describing what he called "the last days of Europe," the historian Walter Laqueur said that European civilization was dying and that only old monuments and museums would survive. His diagnosis was too optimistic. Old monuments and museums might well be blown up. Look nowhere else than what the black-hooded supporters of "Antifa" -- an "anti-fascist" movement whose actions are totally fascistic -- are doing to statues in the United States.

After the attack in Barcelona, Spain, when people gathered at the site to demand tougher measures against the rising influence of Islamism across the continent, they were confronted by an "anti-fascist" rally. Pictured: "Anti-fascists" beat a man who they claimed is a "right-wing sympathizer" at Las Ramblas, Barcelona, on August 18, 2017. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Mainstream European newspapers describing the horror once again sought explanations to what they kept calling "inexplicable". The leading Spanish daily newspaper, El Pais , wrote in an editorial that "radicalization" is the bitter fruit of the "exclusion" of certain "communities," and added that the answer was more "social justice". In France, Le Monde suggested that terrorists want to "incite hatred", and stressed that Europeans must avoid "prejudice". In the UK, The Telegraph explained that "killers attack the West because the West is the West; not because of what it does" -- but it spoke of "killers", not "terrorists" or "Islamists".

Anti-terrorism specialists, interviewed on television, said that the attacks, carried out across the continent at an ever-faster pace, will become deadlier. They noted that the original plan of the Barcelona jihadists had been to destroy the Sagrada Família Cathedral and kill thousands of people. The specialists parroted that Europeans will just have to learn to live with the threat of widespread carnage. They did not offer any solutions. Once again, many said that terrorists are not really Muslims -- and that the attacks "had nothing to do with Islam".

Many leaders of Western European countries treat Islamic terrorism as a fact of life that Europeans must get used to -- as some kind of aberration unrelated to Islam. They often avoid speaking of "terrorism" at all. After the attack in Barcelona,​​ German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a brief reproach about a "revolting" event. She expressed "solidarity" with the Spanish people, and then moved on. French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted a message of condolence and spoke of a "tragic attack."

The terrorist attack in Barcelona received the same reaction as all the large-scale terrorist attacks in Europe: tears, prayers, flowers, candles, teddy bears, and protestations that “Islam means peace.”

When people gathered to demand tougher measures against the rising influence of Islamism across the continent, they were confronted by an “anti-fascist” rally. Muslims organized a demonstration to defend Islam; they claimed that Muslims living in Spain are the “main victims” of terrorism. The president of the Spanish Federation of Islamic Religious Societies, Mounir Benjelloun El Andaloussi, spoke of a “conspiracy against Islam” and said that terrorists were “instruments” of Islamophobic hatred.

The mayor of Barcelona, ​​Ada Colau, cried in front of the cameras and said that her city would remain an “open city” for all immigrants.

If the attack was indeed connected to the Islamic State, it says something about the diminished capabilities of the group. Several years after it first launched its insurgency in Iraq and Syria — an uprising that the group’s leadership attempted to internationalize through acts of global terrorism — the Islamic State has seen its territorial holdings and leadership structure decimated by a military campaign led by an unlikely alliance of U.S.- and Iranian-backed forces.

A few years ago, at the height of its power in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State began to make grandiose claims of triggering an apocalyptic religious conflict between Muslims and non-Muslims worldwide. In retrospect, we can categorically say that the group failed to generate such a war. More information about today’s attack is sure to emerge, but for the moment one thing seems clear. Rather than a “soldier of the caliphate” or any other such emissary from the apocalypse, Akayed Ullah seems like something very familiar to people in New York and big cities around the world: a failed criminal.



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