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UNITED STATES OF ISLAM ARMY
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THE MARTIAL SPIRIT OF MUSLIMS AND THEIR ARMIES INDEED AIR FORCES NEEDS TO BE NURTURED, SUSTAINED AND CELEBRATED.  STATE OF ART WEOPONRY AND TECHNOLOGY NEEDS TO BE READY IN THE ARMOURY TO CONFRONT OUR AGGRESSIVE ENEMIES. THEIR SUPPRESSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF MUSLIMS AND HUMANITY MUST BE CONFRONTED ON THE BATTLEFIELD.  IT IS TIME THAT THE MILITARY HEGEMONY AND AGGRESSION OF THE ENEMIES OF ISLAM IS CHALLENGED AS IN THE BATTLE OF AIN JALUT WHEN THE MAMLUKS FACED AND DEFEATED THE MONGOL HORDES IN THE MEDIAEVAL ERA. AS THE AFGHAN MUJAHIDEEN HAVE SHOWN IN THEIR HEROIC NATIONAL ISLAMIC LIBERATION STRUGGLE AGAINST THE RUSSIANS, NATO/USA AND PROXIES.  THIS IS THE NEED OF THE HOUR AND DICTAT OF THE QURAN AS PER SURAH HADID.  


THE UMMAH NEEDS TO PAY HEED TO THIS COMMANDMENT AND RESPONSIBILITY TO GUARANTEE FREEDOM AND LIBERTY FOR ISLAM AND MUSLIMS TO SURVIVE AND FLOURISH AS THE UPHOLDERS OF DIVINE SOVEREIGNTY. WILL POWER, COURAGE AND SACRIFICE NEEDS TO BE CENTRAL TO THE JIHADI MENTALITY AND CHARACTER AND NEEDS TO REPLACE THE COWARDICE, DEFEATISM AND LOVE OF THE MATERIAL FOUND AMONGST MANY CONTEMPORARY MUSLIMS AND LEADERSHIP. ONLY THEN WILL VICTORY BE GUARANTEED AGAINST THE ENEMIES OF ISLAM GLOBALLY.  

WE SALUTE THE PAF AND WISHES IT EVERY SUCCESS AND MULTIPLY ITS STRENGTH AND IMPACT.    



PAKISTAN AIR FORCE SPECIAL SHOW 
SAMAA TV | 14 September 2019





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TURKEY MAY CLOSE INCIRLIK AIRBASE IN FACE OF US THREATS : ERDOGAN 
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara will retaliate against any American sanctions imposed. 
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/12/t...38537.html


Turkey could shut down its Incirlik airbase that hosts US nuclear warheads in response to threats of US sanctions, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned. "If it is necessary for us to take such a step, of course, we have the authority... We will close down Incirlik if necessary," Erdogan said on A Haber TV on Sunday.

US senators backed legislation last week to impose sanctions on Turkey over the purchase of the Russian S-400 missile defence system earlier this year and its recent military operation in northern Syria. Incirlik is a key airbase used by the Turkish Air Force located outside the city of Adana, about 150km from the Syrian border. Since November 2011, the US air force has flown drones from the base and has used it to carry out air raids against the ISIL (ISIS) armed group.


The United States stores nuclear weapons at Incirlik as part of the legacy of the Cold War.
Turkey can also close down the Kurecik radar base if necessary, he added. Kurecik, in eastern Turkey, is a key NATO base.

"If they are threatening us with the implementation of these sanctions, of course, we will be retaliating," he said.

Speaking about a separate resolution passed in the US Senate on Friday recognising the mass killings of Armenians at the end of the first world war as "genocide", Erdogan said the bill was "completely political".

He suggested Turkey may respond with parliamentary resolutions recognising the killings of Indigenous Americans in past centuries as genocide.


Turkey: S-400 system 'vital'; will retaliate to any US sanctions


The US Senate votes, which were immediately condemned by Turkey, were seen as the latest move to push US President Donald Trump to take a harder line against Ankara.

The Trump administration has so far not imposed sanctions despite the president in 2017 signing a sanctions law that mandates financial penalties for countries that do business with Russia's military.  Amid already strained bilateral ties, Washington suspended Ankara from the US F-35 stealth fighter jet programme, in which it was a producer and buyer, to penalise it for buying the Russian missile system.

Speaking at a conference in Qatar on Saturday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Turkey would not cancel its deal with Russia over the S-400s "whatever the consequences".
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