The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant ISIL, one of the most brutal and dangerous terrorist groups in modern times which has captured territory in Iraq and Syria has declared itself an Islamic “caliphate” and called on Islamic factions worldwide to pledge their allegiance. The move is an expansion of the group’s ambitions to wage a war and pose a direct challenge to the central leadership of Al Qaeda, which has already disowned it. In a statement from the group posted on Islamist websites and Twitter, the group has renamed itself “Islamic State” and proclaimed its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as “caliph”, the head of the state. But the grope is not only a threat to the region, it poses a threat to UK national security with hundreds of British Muslims fighting there and will sure come home to cause atrocities here.
Sisi who swore oath Sunday 8 June, before the constitutional court as Egypt 7th President since it became republic 61 year ago ( 18 June 1953), has collected, in votes the highest number of any elected president. BBC and British media say turn out last month election was was low. But at 47.5 percent tun-out it was 3.2 percent higher than turn out in 2012 when Mohammed Morsi was elected ( Turn out last month was 47.5%, El-Sisi winning with 23.78 million votes, 96.91%, ten million more votes than former President Mohamed Morsi – in turn out of 44.3 % he garnered 13,230,131 while his rival Ahmed Shafik total votes 12,347,830 — those facts never mentioned by the BBC) . BBC editors and correspondents, especially those fancying themselves as “Lawrence of Arabia” are too arrogant to admit that majority the Egyptian people acted outside BBC expected script. Hence they seldom mention all facts. And, as expected, focus on some negative nonsense and misprint historic events. Here are some facts for UK readers to examine for themselves