Deathmatch: Al Qeada v ISIS

Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi - Failed Suicide Bomber

Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi – Failed Suicide Bomber

In the red corner we have Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (ISIS), and, in the blue corner we have Ayman al-Zawahiri (Al Qeada) and sooner or later they will be ready TO RRRRUMBLEEEE!

In the meantime there is a phoney war with ISIS taking a big lead when they created a caliphate and were raping Yazidi women on a industrial scale. This started to attract big media coverage and therefore more new recruits who were disillusioned with a liberal democracy and freedom of expression which did not respect their religion.

 Then Al Qeada made a spectacular comeback with 2,000 people killed in Nigeria and mayhem in Paris over a cartoon. However, there was confusion, because some of those in the Paris shooting mentioned ISIS, and, Boko Haram argued that they had a caliphate in Nigeria similar to ISIS!

Therefore, this led to the funding by Saudi Arabian benefactors to be be confused and although the general direction of blaming science, technology and the Declarations of Human Rights for the disrespecting of the vision of a Wahhabism world view was on track, it is clear that only one death cult can be in charge.

 So now the latest move is the fight over Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi a suicide bomber that failed to do the deed. Al Qeada have been looking to get their heroine out of jail for a long time but failed. ISIS have just made a move to get her free and are on the verge of getting a result. ISIS have Kenji Goto a Japanese journalist, and, Muath al-Kasaesbeh a Jordanian pilot and are looking to swap one or both for Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi. If they get the swap this will confirm that ISIS are better at terrorising their enemy than Al Qeada.

This battle is similar to the one that Soviet Russia and Moaist China had in Cambodia. Both were communist but both had different version of communism and carried out this disagreement in Cambodia with China supporting Khmer Rouge and Russia (Soviet Union) supporting Vietnam.

At the moment Sunni Saudi Arabia are supporting ISIS and Al Qeada, with Iran supporting Hezbollah.  However it is clear that there can only be one death cult so this is where the dominant two will have to fight it out and at the moment it looks like ISIS is winning that battle