Sunday, 1 February 2015

Hezbollah will not take it any more as Israel told to stay calm

A Lebanon-based Shiite Jihaidist group Hezbollah has warned Israel of dire consequences if it does not stop its cross-border attacks in Lebanon. A statement from the Jihadi group's head Hassan Nasrallah said that Israel has started a war and if the IDF are not going to stop their offensive, Hezbollah will be forced to ramp up misery on Israel.

Speaking at gathering in Beirut, Lebanon, Syed Hassan Nasrullah said Hezbollah is not afraid to face a military conflict as it has done this several times before. He said if Israel is ready to continue war with Hezbollah, the Jihadi group will retaliate with full force.

IS ISIS capable of using chemical weapons?

With a key weapon expert killed in a recent airstrike in Mosul, Iraq, ISIS appears to be in big trouble and it is expected that the group's capability to battle US-led Iraqi forces in the country will further deteriorate. 

But a key question that has worried war experts is whether ISIS is capable of using chemical weapons? 

First and foremost, the chemical weapons that fell into the hands of ISIS last year are almost useless and are too degraded to be kept in the group's arsenal. 

ISIS had proudly declared the takeover of a chemical weapon factory named Muthanna chemical weapons facility in June 2014. It was feared that the terror group would now ramp up attacks on US interests and a fragmented Iraqi alliance currently ruling the country. 

The news of ISIS's capturing Saddam's Muthanna chemical weapon factory had sent shock waves across Europe and America. The news had even concerned the UN and NATO officials. A UN official had even spoken to Washington Post under condition of anonymity and admitted that the United Nation is seriously worried about the negative developments in the region. 


ISIS weapon expert worked at Saddam's Muthanna chemical weapon facility

A airstrike in Mosul that killed an ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) chemical weapon expert is revealing some disturbing facts. Abu Malik, the assassinated chemical engineer and ISIS weapon expert, worked at Saddam Hussain's Muthanna chemical weapon facility.

How convenient is that? Most of Iraqi members of ISIS, a terror Jidahi group that has even scared Al Qaeda in the Middle East, have worked with Saddam Hussain regime in the past and they know how to worm their way out of things.

These ISIS members are now everywhere. They have infiltrated Sunni areas and key organizations and are now using their sectarian identity to their own advantage. Abu Malik was one of several Saddam Hussain's ex employees who are well-versed in dealing with a Shiite majority. Things are looking grim here.

Although US officials are happy that they have eliminated a key chemical weapon expert from ISIS, Iraq and Syria are far from safe and stable when it comes to security. 

Jihadi chemical weapon expert from ISIS eliminated in Iraq

It looks like ISIS is on the defensive on various fronts, with its militants having lost ground in key Syrian districts last week. But the recent killing of its weapon expert in Iraq has put a severe dent in the organization's capability to carry out lethal attacks on Iraq security forces and civilians.

A weapon expert, whom ISIS has been very proud of and whose claim to fame is to kill countless civilians and security members, is now gone. Abu Malik, who is said to a chemical engineer from a university, was the target of an airstrike led by US forces in Mosul. The strike instantly killed Abu Malik who was suspected to be collecting sensitive information on government buildings and facilities. The plan, as claimed by US officials, was to use chemical weapons in an attempt to disrupt the peace efforts being made by America and allies.

US officials said that security forces had been collecting information about Abu Malik, who is believed to have worked at Saddam's Muthana Chemical Weapons Facility. It is indeed a remarkable victory and now things may take a new turn as ISIS's ability to hit Iraqi and US interests may get hurt. 

Friday, 30 January 2015

What year was iPhone launched?

iPhone was introduced in year 2007 by Apple Inc. iPhone, which has now become the most sought-after smartphone in the world, stands out for many things and features, but a key feature is its multi-touch interface.

The latest models of iPhone are iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. This model was launched in September 19, 2014.

Before the launch and popularity of iPhone, Samsung used to rule the mobile world and it had the largest audience. However, iPhone seems to have got ahead of the pack that includes competitors HTC, Intel, Motorola and ARM.

Smartphone: What is it?

A phone with an operating system is smartphone. You might be thinking why smarphone is called smartphone. The reason to name an operating-system-backed phone smartphone is that it is a multifunction cell. There is much much more to smartphones than just the ability to give and receive calls and write SMS (short messages service). You get the point, right?

Another thing that makes smartphones stand out is that they are mostly touchscreen interface. The features that typically come with an smartphone is camera, motion sensors, internet like Wi-Fi, web browing that is made easy with apps (applications), one more thing: mobile payment is nowadays one of the key features a smartphone has to offer to you.

Thursday, 29 January 2015

Hezbollah kills at least 15 Israeli soldiers

Hezbollah militants have killed at least 15 Israeli soldiers at Golan Heights, raising the specter of a full-fledge military confrontation between the Jihadi faction and IDF (Israel Defence Force).

Hezbollah fighters fired several missiles at an IDF convey at Golan Heights, killing two soldiers on the spot and destroying several military vehicles. Two soldiers were also injured in the attack.