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Only 18 out of 57 Muslim Nations Sign UN Coalition to Fight ISIS

Why would they want to fight against terror, when Islam instructs them to terrorise the infidel? Rather, they would prefer to join in jihad.

Just 18 of the 57 member states, with a collective population of over 1.6 billion – that makes up the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation which was founded in 1969 – are members of the Global Coalition against Da’esh.

The Muslim countries signed up are:

Afghanistan
Albania
Egypt
Libya
Morocco
Somalia
Tunisia
Bahrain
Iraq
Jordan
Kuwait
Malaysia
Lebanon
Turkey
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates

We doubt the genuineness to fight terrorism by some of these countries since they continue to be the main funding source of terror around the world.

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Anger as less than A THIRD of Muslim nations sign up to coalition against ISIS

A TOP British official has taken aim at some Muslim nations during a meeting at the United Nations this week, slamming them for not clamping down on extremism.

By SIOBHAN MCFADYEN, Express UK
PUBLISHED: 17:27, Fri, Nov 18, 2016 |

Matthew Rycroft delivered a strongly worded speech at the UN this week

Matthew Rycroft delivered a strongly worded speech at the UN this week

It comes as it can be revealed just 18 out of 57 Muslim majority world states have signed up to a coalition against ISIS.

The UK’s permanent representative to the UN, Matthew Rycroft, delivered a strongly worded speech blasting what he called “evil groups” and saying not enough is being done.

The comments came as the UN general assembly supported a plan by the Islamic Development Bank to invest £7.2bn to tackle the cause of terror.

Suicide bombings are a daily issue around the globe
Suicide bombings are a daily issue around the globe.

The fact that these evil groups claim to represent Islam only makes this reality even more sickening.
– UN representative Matthew Rycroft

Britain is using its muscle at the UN to encourage more cooperation and has also pledged to invest £20m of taxpayers’ money to the Arab Women’s Enterprise Fund.

Mr Rycroft said: “One issue facing the OIC’s (Organisation of Islamic Cooperation) members, indeed all members of the UN, is the growing threat of extremist ideologies and violent extremism.

Just 18 out of 57 Muslim majority world states have signed up to a coalition against ISIS
Just 18 out of 57 Muslim majority world states have signed up to a coalition against ISIS

“Sadly, as we in this Council know only too well, this threat affects Muslim majority states in a truly disproportionate way – in Iraq, in Syria, in Libya, in so many places.

“Put simply and starkly, far more Muslim men, women and children have lost their lives at the hands of groups like Al Shabaab and Da’esh than any other faith or religion.

“The fact that these evil groups claim to represent Islam only makes this reality even more sickening.

“The United Kingdom is clear that we must tackle violent extremism in all its forms, whether radical Islam or neo-Nazism.”

An ISIS fighter is help by an Iraqi army official

An ISIS fighter is held by an Iraqi army official.
Worryingly, Mr Rycroft pointed out that just 18 of the 57 member states, with a collective population of over 1.6 billion – that makes up the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation which was founded in 1969 – are members of the Global Coalition against Da’esh.

It comes after the UK set up a Strategic Communications Cell to tackle terrorists in London last year, handing over an initial £10million.

He added: “It’s no coincidence that 18 members of the OIC are also members of the Global Coalition against Da’esh.

“Among them are of course our colleagues from Egypt and I want to pay tribute to the work of those two great Egyptian institutions, Al-Azhar and Dar Al-Ifta.

“These beacons of Islamic thinking help provide a narrative of tolerance that counters the hate preached by the likes of Da’esh.

A man takes a selfie in front of a fire from oil that has been set ablaze in the Qayyarah area
A man takes a selfie in front of a fire from oil that has been set ablaze in the Qayyarah area.

Iraqi soldiers look on as smoke rises fr

Video still of militants patrolling the streets of Mosul

Militants patrolling the streets of Mosul.
“The UK is committed to help spread that narrative, to showing the reality of Da’esh’s lies.

“That’s why we’re hosting the Coalition’s Communications Cell in London.

“It draws on the expertise of Coalition members, including our partners from the United Arab Emirates, to help counter the misrepresentation of Islam and its values by Da’esh.

“Countering an ideology is part about offering a competing narrative.

“But it’s also about delivering consequences for those who join Da’esh and it’s about supporting survivors of their crimes by giving them a voice and ending impunity.

“Da’esh accountability is a top priority for the UK and we are seeking UN action to preserve evidence of Da’esh’s crimes as a first step.”

10 thoughts on “Only 18 out of 57 Muslim Nations Sign UN Coalition to Fight ISIS

  1. Maybe someone should take aim at the 57 Islamic nation’s who didn’t sign the unchr. The Islamic nation’s are only on our side when it suits their agenda. They do not play by our rules, and we don’t insist they do. The UN is pathetic. It is just another vehicle for Islam.

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  2. The reason for this lack of support is a no brainer: ISIS is just carrying out the dictates of the Koran and no Muslim can speak out against what is stated in the Koran. To do so is punishable by death.

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  3. What a strange picture with the man celebrating the launch of a shell, talk about Freudian undertones. It seems Islam, ‘just the radical part’ according to some commentators, is in love with violence and destruction. The whole ‘blow yourself up, get rewarded with 70 (or is it 72) virgins’ upon entering ‘heaven’. As the old saying goes, what a bunch of malarkey.

    I watched the strangest video this evening, about two women actors, one of whom dressed like a normal Western woman, the other in black Islamic garb, face showing. In the experiment, each woman went over to various people who were sitting on park benches, asking if she could leave a bag there with them for a few minutes. The Western dressed woman had no problem getting everyone she approached to watch her bag. But when the Muslim woman did so, almost no one would offer to watch her unattended bag. The motive of the video was to prove ‘racism’, yet how many bags have been left by Islamic terrorists, some women, that have caused horrific explosions, killing and maiming innocents. Is it any wonder that people are very leery of someone who appears Islamic to leave a bag, man or woman?

    There is nothing ‘racist’ about having fear of a group of people widely known world wide for being ultra violent. This article demonstrates well too how common the attitude of protecting Islam’s very worst people is throughout the Islamic world. But of course, they claim ‘xenophobe!’ or ‘Islamophobe’ to anyone who has a very natural reaction to the violence and mayhem. And according to one of Islam’s ‘holy books’, it is fine to smile and lie through your teeth to unbelievers, if it gets you what you want.

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  4. A very interesting article with fine graphics by the Pew Research Center, something I find alarming is the steady increase of Muslims in Europe, an average of 4% Muslim population in Europe twenty years ago is now 6%, averaging all European nations, with some countries having a higher percentage of Muslims and some lower. Note too that the median age of Muslims living in Europe is 32, whereas the median age for native Europeans is 40. In addition to creating mayhem, their other favorite activity seems to be popping out more babies than Europeans do, which portends alarming demographics going forward. There are some good, observant comments following the Pew article, one commenter that notes that fighting Islam in Europe has been ongoing over centuries.

    Our Western societies have freedoms undreamed of in Islamic societies, well perhaps ‘dreamed of’ but likely not to reach fruition by those who dream of it. European countries with relatively high percentages of Muslims will not be able to contain the genie of secular societies with its openness, to the rigid, repressive and often violent screed of Islam. At one point, it appears to be coming soon, open rebellion toward Islam in Europe will become more and more visible and acted out. One wonders if this may ultimately result in some kind of civil war within European countries in the decades to come. Thoughts from other readers?

    http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/07/19/5-facts-about-the-muslim-population-in-europe/

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