Two months after de-platforming the Health Ranger, Twitter bans James Woods for exposing the treason of the deep state coup against Trump

Twitter has now banned James Woods for exposing the treasonous actions of the deep state’s attempted illegal coup against President Trump.

Via TheGatewayPundit:

Twitter is at it again. Twitter banned conservative actor James Woods over the weekend for paraphrasing American essayist, poet and philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson, for “abusive behavior.”

James Woods tweeted, “If you try to kill the King, you better not miss.” #HangThemAll – similar to a quote from an essay Emerson wrote on Plato: “When you strike at a king, you must kill him.”

Fellow conservative actor Adam Baldwin tweeted a screenshot of the message Twitter sent James Woods.

“You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so. We consider abusive behavior an attempt to harass, intimidate, or silence someone else’s voice,” Twitter’s messaged stated.

Oh the irony.

Cartoonist Ben Garrison blasted Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.

Twitter previously banned James Woods shortly before the 2018 midterms over a satirical meme that could impact the election.

Twitter regularly bans conservatives for no reason, yet the social media company has no problem with the tens of thousands of tweets threatening to assassinate President Trump.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is a mentally ill lunatic with far too much power over the “public conversation”

What’s clear in all this is that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is a mentally ill lunatic who’s probably suffering from all sorts of nutrient deficiencies that have caused his brain to malfunction. He follows a strange, soy-heavy diet that’s no doubt loaded with GMOs and glyphosate weedkiller chemicals. He exploits and abuses his position as the CEO of Twitter to selectively ban whatever voices he doesn’t like. In doing so, he behaves like a techno-fascist Nazi in a very real sense, since Nazis specialized in burning books they didn’t want the public to read.

As I wrote previously in this Natural News article:

Dangerous fascists like Jack Dorsey believe that the freedom to speak must only be allowed for those with whom he personally agrees. This is precisely what Adolf Hitler believed, and it’s exactly what is practiced today in communist China, where Twitter’s censorship policies would feel right at home to the enslaved, surveiled masses who have been living under techno-tyranny for many years now. Is Jack Dorsey’s hero Chairman Mao?

It begs the question: Are we going to let communist-sympathizing Jack Dorsey silence the great voices of America? Is this acceptable in our society now, to just lay down and surrender to online speech tyranny carried out by deranged left-wing lunatics who quite literally hate their own country but love the tyranny of Red China?

Call your representatives in Washington and demand the criminal investigation, arrest and indictment of Jack Dorsey and the CEOs of all the other Big Tech platforms that selectively de-platform conservative, pro-America voices.

Tweet @Jack with the hashtag #FascistJack and demand the accounts of @HealthRanger and James Woods be restored.

It’s time to end the tyranny of techno-fascism in America and hold these tyrants accountable.

As James Woods tweeted, #HangThemAll.

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Video: Massive Amounts of Terrorists Streaming Across the Southern Border-Kathy Rubio

Central American expert, Kathy Rubio, is reporting that massive amounts of terrorists are streaming into America across the Southern Border. They emanate from countries that sponsor terrorism. Kathy’s objection is not that they are Muslim, her concern is that they are unscreened, illegal immigrants from nations that historically mean Americans harm. Here is the story…. Open the Video

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Iranian Naval Commander Threatens to Close Strait of Hormuz

A confrontation in this vital sea-lane will affect oil trade and the entire world.

After United States President Donald Trump announced that sanctions will apply to all nations importing oil from Iran, Gen. Alireza Tangsiri, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (irgc) Navy, threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz.

Iran’s biggest oil customers are China, India, Japan and South Korea. After withdrawing from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear agreement, the Trump administration granted waivers to China, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Turkey. The waivers were intended to provide time for these nations to transition to alternate suppliers. Italy, Greece and Taiwan have already made the transition and complied with American directives, but others, including American allies Japan, South Korea and Turkey, have continued importing Iranian oil and asked for their waivers to be extended. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on April 22 that no waivers would be extended and sanctions would come into effect on May 3.

On April 8, President Trump also officially designated the irgc as a terrorist organization. General Tangsiri stated on April 22, “In case of any threat, we will have not even an iota of doubt to protect and defend the Iranian waters. … [I]f we are barred from using it, we will shut it down.”

The Strait of Hormuz is one of the world’s most important waterways. It is the fastest route to Europe for Gulf states and the most traveled route for shipping from Saudi Arabia, Iran and other nations. The U.S. Energy Information Administration estimated that as much as 18.5 million barrels of oil passed through the strait in 2016, accounting for 30 percent of the world’s seaborne oil trade. Oil accounts for 82 percent of Iranian exports.

The U.S. Navy could easily destroy the Iranian Navy head-to-head on the open sea. However, the Iranians can effectively close the strait to commercial shipping. Although they would not be able to hold off the American 5th Fleet for long, they would be able to strike fear into commercial shipping companies, causing rerouting, delays and soaring oil prices.

One way Iran could disrupt shipping is by using its swarm of speedboats. Some speedboats are reportedly unmanned, and most are armed with anti-ship missiles or rockets in addition to smaller guns. They practice attacking in formation and overwhelming the adversary with fire from all directions at once. According to Military Watch magazine, this capability turns the strait into a “Piranha tank” for larger American ships, whose design and crews are less suited to engage small and fast targets. Forces trying to reopen the strait would also have to combat Iran’s Russian-made Kilo-class submarines, which have been nicknamed “the black hole” by nato forces due to how difficult they are to detect.

National Interest wrote, “The real danger isn’t Iranian anti-ship missiles or rockets—it’s the lowly, oft-neglected threat of sea mines.” Mines are easy and inexpensive to manufacture. Iran has developed a large number of mines of several types. A mine (with a design from World War i) nearly sank uss Samuel B. Roberts in 1988. Mines costing less than $25,000 each crippled the uss Princeton and two amphibious assault ships in 1991 at the beginning of the Gulf War. The majority of U.S. Navy vessels lost since World War ii were sunk by mines.

Iran doesn’t have to permanently close the strait to cause a lot of damage. Just closing it down for weeks or days would cause major delays, soaring oil prices and other problems.

The Trumpet watches Iran’s increasingly aggressive foreign policy and warns of the danger it poses to those nations that rely on the Strait of Hormuz for oil imports and other vital shipping. Iran’s aggression is dangerous for the world, especially Europe. It will lead to a clash of civilizations, which the Bible predicted thousands of years ago.

Iran is the head of radical Islam. It is a state sponsor of terrorism, recognized officially as such by the U.S. government. In the Bible, radical Islam led by Iran is called “the king of the south.” This power “pushes” at its neighbors (Daniel 11:40).

Today, Iran repeatedly pushes against Europe by threatening to close the Strait of Hormuz, by sponsoring terrorism, and by other means. What will be the result? “[T]he king of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over” (verse 40).

The king of the north refers to a European power that will initiate all-out war against Iran and its radical Islamist allies.

Whether Iran closes the strait or not, the Bible makes clear that its pushy foreign policy will continue.

To learn more about the future of Iran, Europe and this oil-dependent world, and how your life will be affected by these prophecies as they are fulfilled, request our free booklet The King of the South, by Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry.

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Video: Obama-Biden Scandal Series Part I: Fast and Furious

During a television appearance last week as he announced his third bid for the White House, jumping into the crowded 2020 Democratic field, former Vice President Joe Biden declared, unbelievably, that his and President Obama’s administration was “scandal-free.”

It’s a claim both of them have made before. And no doubt, Biden — as he ramps up his campaign — will continue to make it.

We couldn’t let these obviously false claims stand.

Today, we’re releasing the first in a series of scandals that both Obama and Biden were involved in, as a matter of record. This first release is: “Fast and Furious.”

Please share this and the subsequent videos in this series far and wide, as our country’s future depends not only on reelecting an “America First” president but in keeping the stench of scandal out of the White House. Open the Video

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Saudi Arabia executed 37 people: Here is who they were

A Shia academic, a disabled protester and a number of detained minors were among 37 people that Saudi Arabia executed in its recent mass execution on “terrorism” charges, a new report has revealed.

Human rights groups state that at least 33 out of the 37 individuals executed on Tuesday were from Saudi Arabia’s persecuted Shia minority, the Middle East Eye reported Thursday.

Dcuments obtained by the CNN show that many of the executed individuals had “repeatedly” told the Saudi court that, in a bid to save their lives, they had been forced to accept confessions their torturers had written for them.

In one case, one of the defendants affirmed loyalty to the Saudi kingdom in hopes of getting leniency from the court, only to be executed later on.

The official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) claimed that “the death penalty was implemented…on a number of culprits for adopting extremist terrorist ideologies and forming terrorist cells to corrupt and disrupt security as well as spread chaos and provoke sectarian strife.”

Saudi Arabia’s Interior Ministry says the kingdom has executed 37 of its citizens, who were convicted of “terrorism.”

Reports detailing the lives of a number of the protesters, however, reveal a strikingly different account behind the recent mass executions.

Mohammed Al-Attiyah

Among the victims were popular Shia cleric and dean of the English department at Jeddah university Mohammed al-Attiyah.

Human Rights Watch asserts that al-Attiyah was one of the 11 men similarly charged and executed by the court for “planning with an Iranian intelligence element…to establish a company to spread Shia activities [in the Eastern Province].”

This is while the Shia cleric was known as a “promoter of unity between the different sects” in the Saudi kingdom.

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“As long as we live in the same country, we have no choice but to accept one another and live with one another, no matter the degree of difference between us,” he said in a 2011 speech, where he urged tolerance among Sunnis and Shias.

Speaking in court before execution, Attiyah had denied “all the evidence” brought against him.

Munir al-Adam

Munir al-Adam from the eastern Shia region of Qatif was also among the executed Saudi citizens.

He went completely deaf after being subjected to severe beatings and torture in prison for taking part in 2012 demonstrations against the Saudi persecution of Shias.

The young man had “been ordered to stand for long intervals of time…was beaten with sticks and cables” and had been “electrocuted and prevented from eating or going to the bathroom” according to revelations made by his mother before his execution.


Munir al-Adam provided by his family. (Photo via Middle East Eye)

Al-Adam was already partially blind and deaf at the time of his arrest when he was only 18 years old, according to European Saudi Organization For Human Rights (ESOHR).

The group added that Adam had been punished for exercising his “fundamental human rights such as freedom of assembly” and was executed after making a confession under duress.

“Saudi Arabia consistently fails to abide by the strict criteria which safeguards substantive and procedural requirements with relation to the death penalty for retentionist states,” ESOHR said.

Abdulkarim Mohammed al-Hawaj

Abdulkarim Mohammed al-Hawaj was a young protester who was executed due to confessions “extracted from him via torture”.

Al-Hawaj was 19 when he was detained in 2014, although some of the charges used against him remounted to as much as three years earlier.


Abdulkareem al-Hawaj (Photo via ESOHR)

In jail, he was “beaten by sticks and electric wires and kicked by officers with heavy shoes” while his hands were “chained high for more than 12 hours and he was prevented using the bathroom in this time,” according to ESOHR.

Mutjaba al-Sweikat

Mutjaba al-Sweikat was another young Saudi national who was detained for participating in an anti-government protest.

Slated to pursue studies at the Midwestern US state of Michigan when he was 17, al-Sweikat was arrested at the airport before boarding his flight in 2013.

Authorities say a Saudi teen who had been granted admission into a US university but was executed by Saudi officials had a “bright future” ahead of him.

On Friday, the Canadian Defenders for Human Rights (CD4HR) rights group also published details of a candle vigil in Canada held for Ahmad Hussain Al-Arady, another Saudi victim of the recent executions in the kingdom.

World leaders and human rights organizations have expressed shock and condemnation over Saudi Arabia’s mass execution as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against dissidents widens in the kingdom.

Abdullah Alaoudh, a senior fellow at the center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University in Washington and the son of Salman al-Awda, a prominent Saudi Muslim scholar who was arrested in 2017, believes American support for the Saudi prince is vital for bin Salman’s rule as he “has no popular legitimacy” in the country.

“It’s really outrageous to see how silent a lot of people are, and it’s even more outrageous to see the West support him (bin Salman) despite all that happened, even when their own strategic interests are at stake.”

Saudi Arabia has also intensified its crackdown on the country’s Shia population east of the country.

The country’s Eastern Province has been the scene of peaceful demonstrations since February 2011. Protesters have been demanding reforms, freedom of expression, the release of political prisoners, and an end to economic and religious discrimination against the oil-rich region.

The protests have been met with a heavy-handed crackdown by the regime, with regime forces increasing security measures across the province.

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16 Signs that you need a liver cleanse (and how to detox naturally)

The liver is your body’s main filtration system. It gets rid of toxic substances that come from food, the environment, the products that you use, and even those produced naturally by your own body. Without the liver, you won’t have an organ to cleanse your blood, convert toxins into waste, metabolize nutrients, and produce proteins.

Because the liver does so much and you need it to function properly to stay healthy, it’s important to take care of it and know when to give it a hand.


16 Signs that your liver needs a detox

Like you, the liver can also feel stressed and overburdened. And when it does, it lets you know in many ways. Here are 16 signs that your liver needs a detox, according to functional medicine practitioner, Dr. William Cole. (Related: Pu-erh tea might be your liver’s new best friend: It can prevent fatty liver and protect from oxidative stress.)

You crave sugar often
You have digestive problems
You’re more prone to allergies
You don’t feel healthy
Your skin isn’t clear
You feel tired all the time
You’re always foggy
You have regular joint pains
You feel constantly stressed
You find it hard to lose weight
You have hormonal issues
You have bad body odor
Your have irregular sleeping patterns
You feel depressed and anxious
You get cold sores
You’re emotionally attached to certain foods

How to cleanse your liver

If you’re experiencing most or all of these things, it means your liver needs a break. Here are five things that you can do to put your liver back in tip-top shape.

Adopt a liver- and gut-friendly diet. Liver problems affect your gut microbiome – the mixed population of bacteria present in your gut. When there are fewer good bacteria, the bad ones take over, causing problems like inflammation and slowed metabolism. A slowed metabolism makes it hard for people to lose weight. Fortunately, the solution to this is quite simple: Eat a balanced, healthy diet rich in foods that not only promote weight loss, but also contain nutrients that support your liver and gut health. That means ditching all processed foods and increasing your water intake. Here’s a list of foods that can help you lose weight:

Almonds
Artichoke
Berries
Beets
Broccoli sprouts
Citrus fruits
Dandelion root and greens
Fermented foods
Glutathione-boosting foods like raw spinach, avocado, and asparagus
Green tea
Leafy greens
Lentils
Salmons

According to a study, losing three to six percent of your body weight is enough to reduce liver fat levels by 35 to 4o percent. That takes a huge burden off your liver already. So by including the foods listed above to your diet, you would be doing your liver a huge favor.

Try intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting is a good way to detox. Research shows that a protein that enhances sugar metabolism and reduces fat in the liver is produced during fasting. Cole also says that “periods without food give our body [and liver] a chance to repair and clean itself out since it doesn’t have to focus on or funnel energy to our digestive system.” If you want to try out intermittent fasting, start with a 16-hour fast first. This requires confining all your daily eating to an eight-hour window and fasting for the remainder of the day. Aside from cleansing the liver, this method of fasting is also said to enhance both energy and mood.

Use liver-healthy supplements wisely. There are numerous products being promoted today as liver detoxes, but not all of them have been evaluated for safety or effectiveness. So if you want to take supplements, choose natural products-based ones. Consult your healthcare provider first if you’re taking any type of medication before taking any supplements. Here are some supplements whose effectiveness are backed up by studies:

Milk thistle
Turmeric
Chlorella
Activated charcoal

Exercise regularly. Sweating is another way of taking some burden off your liver. It is how your skin, another detoxification organ, gets rid of wastes. By avoiding additional exposure to toxins and removing toxins through sweating, we can help our liver detoxify. If you don’t exercise already, you can start by just walking and gradually build up to 30 minutes of aerobic activity a day. You can also do strength training together with your exercise or use saunas, steam, or Epsom salt baths to induce sweating.

Practice self-care. Stress is another sign that not everything is right with your body. It is also a huge contributing factor to many health issues. If your liver is not functioning optimally, it may eventually affect your mental state. To prevent this from happening, adopt healthy habits that promote calmness in your life. Enjoying aromatherapy baths once or twice a week is a good thing. Dry brushing or hot towel scrubbing are also soothing and detoxifying bathroom rituals that you can try. They not only promote relaxation, they also improve lymphatic circulation to help you flush out toxins from your body. Or you can simply do the things that bring you joy the most.

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Evidence is UNDENIABLE: Smart meters cause massive changes to the heart

An expert in smart meter microwave transmission power has published new research showing that, contrary to the official government narrative, the radiation emitted from smart meters directly interferes with normal heart function.

To come to this conclusion, Warren Woodward connected himself to an EKG monitor while lying near an Elster smart meter, which was connected to a high-frequency analyzer that measures microwave frequencies.

As it alternated between normal readings of 00.1 and 00.2, a monitor display showed that Woodward’s heart patterns were normal and symmetrical. But during times when it spiked to 139.3 – this being the time when the smart meter initiated data transmissions – Woodward’s EKG pattern changed dramatically in response.

In other words, when the smart meter was not sending high amounts of power, Woodward’s EKG readings were normal and natural. But when it kicked into higher output mode, the changes were “massive.”

Brief periods of alteration to normal heart rhythm aren’t much to worry about. But when these irregularities are ongoing, the heart can end up working too hard, resulting in fatigued cardiac function.

Dr. Gilberto Leon, a holistic medicine doctor from Chandler, Arizona, warns about this. He says that changes to the heart caused by smart meters are anything but symptomless or “silent,” and that major damage can take place without people even realizing it.

The constant bombardment of microwave radiation from smart meters represents “an unnatural sequence of events that we’re not programmed to respond to,” he says. Long-term exposure to smart meters, he says, can be extremely damaging to normal myocardial function.

Many of the smart meters attached to people’s homes are much stronger than the one that Woodward tested

Keep in mind that the Elster smart meter that Woodward tested only transmits at about one-quarter of a watt. Other brands like Landis and Gyr Focus, for instance, transmit closer to one watt – or nearly three times the output of the Elster brand.

This suggests that these other smart meters are perhaps even more damaging to heart function than the Elster – with potentially far worse health consequences, especially in people with pre-existing health conditions.

Woodward is also a generally healthy man who has no pre-existing heart conditions. The symptoms he suffered, in other words, were entirely the result of exposure to the Elster smart meter.
Many smart meters charge more than the electricity actually used

Another study out of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences has identified some other serious problems with smart meters – mainly that many of them overcharge customers.

More than half of the smart meters tested as part of an experiment were found to be riddled with computational and energy use errors. In some cases, false readings clocked in as high as 582 percent beyond actual usage. Right behind this were meters that had false readings of 581, 566, and 475 percent higher than the amount of energy that was actually used.

In theory, such figures could lead to some customers being charged as much as six times more than they should be for electricity usage – meaning big bucks for the utility companies pushing these things.

There are also concerns about smart meter safety, as there have been reports of the devices suddenly exploding and catching on fire. When smart meters are improperly installed, they can cause what’s known as “arcing,” which can lead to their spontaneous combustion accompanied by an electrical fire.

This is why groups like the American Academy of Environmental Medicine are calling on a total recall of all smart meters until their true effects have been properly studied. The public needs to know the risks before smart meters become so ubiquitous that turning back is no longer and option.

To learn more about the dangers of smart meters, visit SmartMeters.news.

Sources for this article include:

NaturalHealth365.com

NaturalNews.com

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Video: Hitler, Mengele, Antichrist & the Transhumanist Agenda

A Minute to Midnite Show. Tony is joined by Doug Riggs, who explains why he believes that Adolf Hitler fled to, and lived in South America until 1962. That Josef Mengele and Hitler carried on the Reich after the second world war, and he explains his view on the ultimate goal of the Nazis. The agenda continues today. Open the Video

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Muslim Dr. Mengeles: NHS doctor and UK pharmacist were Nazi-style torturers for Islamic State

A Muslim doctor and a pharmacist from Britain’s Socialist NHS aspired to be Islam’s Josef Mengele.

NHS doctor and UK pharmacist who became Nazi-style torturers for ISIS: Team of vile medics took organs from prisoners and gave them to wounded terrorists

    Issam Abuanza, 40, a former NHS doctor, was appointed ISIS ‘health minister’
    He left his wife and two children in Sheffield when he travelled to Syria in 2014
    Mohammad Anwar Miah, 40, a former pharmacist from Birmingham, helped Abuanza remove detained prisoners’ organs, according to Syrian witnesses
    These were given to injured ISIS jihadis, used to frighten prisoners or sold on

Two British health workers who sneaked into Islamic State territory carried out ‘Nazi-style’ medical experiments on prisoners, Syrian witnesses claim.

Issam Abuanza, 40, a former NHS doctor who left behind his wife and two children in Sheffield when he travelled to Syria in 2014, was appointed the terror group’s ‘health minister’, the British Government believes.

Abuanza, now thought to be hiding in caves near the village of Baghouz, carried out such brutal torture on his victims that even IS fighters opposed it.

He appointed Mohammad Anwar Miah, also 40, a former pharmacist from Birmingham, who helped him remove organs from detained prisoners, the Syrian witnesses claim.

The body parts were either transplanted into injured jihadis, passed on to middle men who sold them on the black market to fund terror, or put in the cells of prisoners to frighten them, it is alleged.

A ten-man medical team headed by Abuanza also allegedly carried out chemical tests on prisoners, it is claimed.

The exact nature of the chemicals are unknown.

The allegations are at odds with Miah’s account of his years with the group, which he gave to the Daily Mail from northern Syria just weeks ago.

This newspaper has since been able to piece together an extraordinary alternative account of the pair’s lives inside the brutal terrorist organisation.

Details of their alleged roles come from activist group Sound and Picture, whose members lived under the jihadis’ rule and closely followed their activities.


Mohammed Anwar Miah left the UK for Syria after being struck off as a pharmacist for falsifying records

Western intelligence has corroborated some of the claims. Abuanza deserted his family in 2014 after ranting about the NHS, saying doctors were treated like beggars in Britain. He told overseas graduates sitting tests for their English language and clinical skills that they would need anti-psychotic drugs to work in the NHS. In one chilling online post, he said he wished that a Jordanian pilot burnt alive in a cage by Islamic State had taken longer to die.

Miah, who renamed himself Abu Obayda al-Britani once he joined IS, left Birmingham in September 2014 to sneak into territory held by the terror group.

In his first newspaper interview in February, he told the Mail he never swore allegiance to the group and had gone there, illegally, for ‘humanitarian work’.

He said he lived in the town of Mayadin in eastern Syria under IS rule for four years, and claimed to have met no other British citizens and to have treated only civilians.

He said he worked there as an assistant orthopaedic surgeon, learning from a book as he went. But Sound and Picture claims he met Abuanza in Mayadin in 2015 and they became close.

Both men shared the nickname Abu Obayda.
Horrors of German concentration camps

The Nazis carried out grotesque medical experiments in concentration camps during the Second World War.

They included studies in which prisoners were forced into chambers that duplicated altitude conditions of up to 68,000ft.

Others included the removal of sections of bone, muscle and nerves, including whole legs removed at the hips to transplant to other victims.

Studies of hypothermia treatment involved prisoners standing naked in temperatures as low as -6C (21F) for hours.

Josef Mengele spent hours examining twins at Auschwitz in an effort to find ways to more effectively multiply the German race.

In many cases, he injected one twin with a mysterious substance and monitored the illness that ensued. Mengele, nicknamed the ‘Angel of Death’ also applied painful clamps to children’s limbs to induce gangrene, injected dye into their eyes, and gave them spinal taps.

They worked in a hospital in the town, called ‘Alteb Alhadith’ in Arabic, and it was there that Abuanza allowed Miah to perform surgery on civilians, it is claimed. That year, Abuanza was made IS’s health minister.

Aghiad al-Kheder, co-founder of Sound and Picture, said: ‘Islamic State needed to show that it was a government not a radical group and so it appointed a minister for everything.

‘Issam was minister for health which meant he was responsible for everything health related.’ He said Abuanza developed a reputation for his cruel techniques, adding: ‘Issam first chose Mohammed Anwar – he needed someone to help.’

Mr al-Kheder said they both went to work at the ‘Pharmex Hospital’ in the city of Deir Ezzor in eastern Syria in February 2016.

‘Anwar was involved in the transfer of human organs from the prisoners to members of IS and the human organ trade that was conducted by IS,’ he claimed.

Later that year they returned to Mayadin, where Abuanza allegedly headed a team of nine others, including Miah as well as a Jordanian doctor, two Iraqis and five Syrians.

According to witnesses, the group performed medical experiments on prisoners, transferred organs from prisoners to wounded jihadis, and were involved in the organ trade.

Mr al-Kheder said one IS member described the methods of medical torture as ‘Nazi-style’ and that they were considered even by fighters as ‘brutal’.

He added: ‘They experimented with torture and with chemical materials but we are not sure for what purposes.

‘They used the materials on the prisoners.’

He also claimed the group put prisoners in an empty room and left them with dismembered bodies as a method of torture.

Mr al-Kheder said Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi visited the Mayadin hospital in 2017 when he was injured.

Miah was working in the hospital at the time but it is not known if he directly communicated with al-Baghdadi.

The most up-to-date information suggests Abuanza was in the town of Hajin in eastern Syria and then fled to caves east of Baghouz, the final stronghold of IS.

Miah is one of more than six suspected jihadi Britons being held by the Kurdish-led opposition Syrian Democratic Forces, along with two members of the notorious ‘Beatles’ gang responsible for beheading British hostages. He told the Mail in February that he wanted to return to Britain.

He claimed he was innocent of any crimes, adding: ‘I came here to do humanitarian work, I came here with that intention and that’s what I did.

‘I did not take part in any of these atrocities or incited any hatred or made any videos. I have never killed or hurt anybody.’

Miah’s family declined to comment. Abuanza and his wife Sally lived in Sheffield with their two children.

A former neighbour said Sally had moved away with her new boyfriend and had a baby with him. She could not be located for comment.

After deserting family, British doctor became IS’s ‘minister for health’

Dr Issam Abuanza, a former NHS doctor from Sheffield, was appointed ‘health minister’ for ISIS. He is pictured reading the Koran while holding a rifle

Issam Abuanza advanced quickly through the Islamic State ranks after he deserted his wife and two children in Sheffield in July 2014 to join the ‘caliphate’ in Syria.

By 2015, he was appointed the terror group’s health minister, responsible for all the medical care in the territory under IS control, Syrian witnesses claim.

Western intelligence sources said he was so senior that he had to have known about the brutal treatment of prisoners captured on the battlefield.

Syrian witnesses claim Abuanza himself carried out the most barbaric methods of torture, using medical practices which even battle-hardened jihadis opposed.

Abuanza, 40, is believed to be on the run in caves near the village of Baghouz in northern Syria.

He worked in Britain for seven years before going to Syria.

Palestinian-born but with British citizenship, Abuanza had previously ranted about the NHS, saying medical staff were treated like beggars.

In comments on a bulletin board in April 2006, he listed things that foreign doctors should leave at home.

He wrote: ‘Your dignity, because you are a beggar here; your career, no progress as either locum or clinical observer, you won’t write more than that in your CV; your future, there isn’t any; and your family, no doubt.’

Despite his outburst, Abuanza secured a position at Glan Clwyd Hospital in Rhyl, North Wales, where he was working in July 2009.

He also worked at Scarborough Hospital in North Yorkshire, where he posted an online video of himself praying in the on-call room. Later he moved with his family to Sheffield, where he is reported to have combined shifts as a registrar with running an online company selling kaftan dresses.

Syrian witnesses said Issam Abuanza and Mohammad Anwar Miah, both 40, removed prisoners’ organs and frightened other detainees with them, transplanted them into injured jihadis or sold them on the black market

He wrote that 100 per cent of the profits of his business were going to Syria – raising fears he may have been funding jihad.

Abuanza, who comes from a family of doctors and dentists, trained as a doctor in Iraq in 2002 before gaining British citizenship. He is thought to be the first NHS clinician to join IS. His postings on social media revealed how he became increasingly radicalised. In a rant in March 2014, he expressed his disgust at doctors having to treat drunken yobs brought in to casualty by police.

That July, Abuanza fled Sheffield, leaving his then 30-year-old wife penniless and with no means to support their daughters, aged six and four.

Abuanza, who crossed into Syria soon after IS declared itself as an Islamic caliphate, appealed for other Western doctors to join him.

A photo on his Facebook page showed him wearing scrubs and carrying a gun in a holster. In another, he is wearing combat fatigues, cradling an assault rifle and reading the Koran.

Abuanza’s sister Najla said in 2016 that his parents would never forgive him.

Chemist who says he only did humanitarian work in Syria

Mohammed Anwar Miah, the pharmacist from Birmingham, who is languishing in a Kurdish prison in Northern Syria. He claims he knew nothing of the evil of ISIS, despite deciding to join them, and says he has sent his time working in a hospital

British pharmacist Mohammed Anwar Miah renamed himself Abu Obayda al-Britannia once inside Islamic State’s self-styled caliphate.

He claimed he left his family home in Birmingham, where he was born, in September 2014 to travel to Syria to carry out humanitarian work.

The 40-year-old re-emerged in video footage in September 2018 when he was detained in eastern Syria on suspicion of fighting for the terror group.

Footage showed him blindfolded and handcuffed as he denied being an IS fighter, saying he was just ‘helping the people’ in hospitals.

He is currently languishing in a prison in north-eastern Syria.

Miah was left jobless in 2013 after he was struck off the register for inventing ‘phantom’ employees to enable him to work more hours in contravention of EU legislation.

In his first newspaper interview, with the Daily Mail in February, he said: ‘They took away something I worked for the whole of my life. They punished me so harshly.’

Miah crossed the border from Turkey on September 15, 2014.

Speaking with a Midlands accent, Miah, whose family is of Bangladeshi origin, said he married a Syrian teenager in the town of Mayadin and had two children with her.

He has not met his second child because he was detained when his wife was five months pregnant. He added that his children were British citizens and he would like them to go back to the UK with him.

Miah is pictured here is a screen grab from a Twitter video of the moment he was caught by Kurdish forces

Miah said he was innocent of any crimes and had travelled to the war zone to carry out ‘humanitarian’ work. He added: ‘I’m not a danger to the public. But if they feel that I am a danger to the public I am more than happy to enter into any rehabilitation programme.’

Miah said he worked in a hospital in IS-held Mayadin, but had never treated a fighter unless by mistake because they were wearing civilian clothes.

He said the worst thing he ever saw was a man being forced to stand in a cage and being humiliated for smoking a cigarette.

‘I came here to do humanitarian work, I came here with that intention and that’s what I did. I didn’t have any political or military involvement. I did not take part in any of these atrocities or incited any hatred or made any videos. I have never killed or hurt anybody.’

Miah claimed that in September last year he and his pregnant wife decided to leave in the middle of the night, taking their nine-month-old daughter, Mariam, with them.

He was detained near the town of Hajin in Deir Ezzor province, eastern Syria, by opposition Syrian Democratic Forces.
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Biden says Obama White House was ‘scandal-free’… Here’re some of the BIGGER ones he drew a blank on

The White House had “not one whisper of scandal” under President Barack Obama – that’s what former VP Joe Biden would have one believe as a selling point for his presidential run. Wait, is that the sound of fact-checkers typing?

“The thing I’m proudest of,” Biden said on Friday of his time at Obama’s right hand, “Not one single whisper of scandal…not one, and that’s because of Barack.”

Biden was speaking on ‘The View,’ a day after announcing his campaign for the presidency in 2020. The studio audience cheered and host Joy Behar chimed in, calling Barack Obama “amazing.” Of course, Biden is hardly going to besmirch his former partner on live television, and the view of presidents past tends to soften once they’ve left office.

But one has to wonder if the busy liberal fact-checkers would want to correct the Democrats’ favorite candidate, as his administration racked up its fair share of scandals during Obama’s eight years at the helm. Here’re three of the biggest:

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