British Terror Taking Over Southwest Asia
July 2, 2014 • 1:14PM

Lyndon LaRouche commented today that Obama's backing of ISIS {is} the issue, and is cause for his immediate impeachment. LaRouche said:

"This explicit, shameless backing of ISIS demands Obama's immediate impeachment. ISIS is the detonator for thermonuclear war.''

ISIS Escalating Implementation of the Bernard Lewis Plan for Iraq

In Baghdad, the Iraqi parliament managed to get to the two-thirds quorum required to form a government, but, according to an account in the New York Times, the session quickly collapsed into factional acrimony and was not even able to choose a speaker, the essential first step in the process of forming a new government. This factional collapse of the legislature occurred one day after the UN reported that it had counted 2,417 deaths due to violence in Iraq last month, making June the deadliest month in Iraq since the height of the resistance against the US occupation in 2007. The UN figure, however, doesn't included Anbar province, where the UN has no presence, so the reality is likely far worse than the number indicates.

Saudi-Funded ISIS Plans To Seize Lebanon

According to today's Lebanese news daily, the Daily Star, the Saudi-funded terrorists, the Islamic State of Iraq and as-Sham (ISIS, aka Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), who have been threatening Iraq with partition with the help of U.S.-ousted Ba'athist and Iraqi Army personnel, is now hurriedly making its way to Lebanon. The news daily says the foreign jihadists have been immigrating into Lebanon for years, but sources say that following the rapid conquest of territories in Syria and Iraq by Islamist groups, their numbers have recently been increasing to the extent that the country is at risk of becoming a hub for jihadists.

On June 30, ISIS said it is establishing a caliphate, or Islamic State (to which it has changed its name), in the territories it controls in Iraq and Syria. It also proclaimed the group's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, as caliph and "leader for Muslims everywhere." Alongside Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's declaration that he is caliph of the Islamic State, Abdel-Salam al-Urduni has been named as the emir of Lebanon. According to opposition fighters in Syria, Urduni is most likely a Palestinian with a Jordanian passport, and has lived in Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon for a long time. This dangerous development will likely stir the feelings of a wide range of Islamist militants currently embedded within Lebanon's social fabric, the Daily Star noted.

During the last ten days, at least three suicide bombings have taken place in Beirut. The last suicide bomber, who blew himself up inside the Duroy Hotel, located near the Saudi Embassy in Raouche district, was a Saudi citizen. According to another Lebanese news daily, al Akhbar, three al-Qaeda-affiliated jihadi groups, the Abdullah Azzam Brigades, al-Nusra Front in Lebanon, and the ISIS have now declared war on Lebanon. All these three terrorist groups receive funds from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and other Sunni-dominated Gulf countries.

British-Spawned Terror Spreads: Violent Yemen Threatens Saudi Arabia

Having funded Al-Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) terrorists for years to fight the Shi'as in Yemen, Saudi Arabia is now threatened by the growing strength of the terrorists and the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) amassing close to the Saudi borders. The World Tribune reported on June 30 that the Iranian-backed Al Houthi movement, despite the latest ceasefires, has directed its forces toward the Yemeni capital, Sanaa.

The Shi'ite rebels were said to have advanced to positions 10 kilometers from Sanaa International Airport. Sources have told the World Tribune that Al Houthi, also known as Ansar Allah, has employed such heavy weapons as artillery and rockets in their drive toward Sanaa. They said hundreds of Shi'ite fighters, shattering a week-long ceasefire, were fighting the Yemen Army and Sunni tribal allies in Hamdan, just outside Sanaa.

Yemeni security officials told the news media that fighters from AQAP carried out an attack on Seyoun Airport in Hadramout province in eastern Yemen on June 26. The strategically significant city of Seyoun, the second-largest city in the lawless province, has been under attack for more than a month.

The AQAP assault team took control of various sections of the Seyoun airport and managed to seize the flight-control tower. The attack took place as a civilian airplane was landing. According to the Yemeni military, the plane was evacuated and its passengers were escorted to safety. Some news sources claimed that nine civilians were killed in the attack on the airport.

while the airport attack was underway, AQAP fighters also carried out another attack in Seyoun, targeting the headquarters of the Yemeni first military region. A suicide car bomber drove into the military headquarters and killed five soldiers.