Kostyantine Lytvynenko #fundie #ufo ibtimes.co.in

As Russia is continuing its killing spree and attack in Ukraine, CBN News' Ukraine Director Kostyantine Lytvynenko has claimed that a UFO which appeared from nowhere unleashed an attack on Russian tanks.

Ukrainians prayed and UFO appeared

Lytvynenko made these claims while talking on the channel's The Global Lane program. According to Lytvynenko, one young man called his father over the phone as Russian troops neared him with deadly weapons.

The father apparently prayed to God to protect people belonging to his church, and the helping hand came from the outside world.

According to Lytvynenko, a UFO appeared from nowhere, and it launched a lightning attack on Russian forces and set ablaze a military tank, Daily Star reports.

Islamic State #fundie ibtimes.co.in

The Islamic State has announced a Quran memorising competition this Ramadan, and is reportedly offering a sex slave as the top prize for the winner.

Isis has brutalised hundreds of Yazidi women, who have been sold as sex slaves among the jihadists, and this comes as yet another instance of Isis' savage treatment of these women.

The poster for the Quran competition being held in Syria appeared on social media, in which the terror group has listed 'Sabaya', which means female sex slaves as a prize for the winner.

Rita Katz, head of the SITE Intel group, a watchdog of online jihadist activities, tweeted a picture of the Isis poster announcing the Quran competition.

The Islamic State has also promised cash prizes of up to 100 000 Syrian currency for other winners of the Quran competition, Daily Mail reported.

Mob at the Shah-e-Do Shamshera Mosque, Senator Zulmai Zabuli, Simin Hasanzada and unnamed mullah and amulet sellers #fundie ibtimes.co.in

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Farkhunda, the 27-year-old Afghan woman who was savagely lynched in Kabul last week by a group of men who accused her of burning a Quran, was a teacher of Islamic studies, and is said to have met a brutal end for standing up to those who duped people in the name of religion.

While Farkhunda's father had claimed earlier that she was mentally ill, her brother Najibullah dismissed the claim, telling the media that their father had taken the step to protect the family after the savage attack.

In fact, local media reported that Farkhunda was actually speaking out against a mullah of the Shah-e-Do Shamshera Mosque, who was allegedly duping locals by giving out false 'tawiz', a paper containing Quranic verses that Afghans wear as a good luck charm and to ward off evil.

According to TOLOnews, the mullah was agitated by Farkhunda's allegations against him, and to save himself and his job, he wrongly accused her of burning the Quran.

It was a matter of minutes before a crowd swooped down on her, despite policemen around, and stamped, kicked and beat her to death before burning her body and dumping it in the river.


The Associated Press had reported that a dispute between Farkhunda and some amulet sellers near a mosque sparked the blood-hungry attack on her.


The disturbing crime even found support in Senator Zulmai Zabuli and deputy minister of information and culture Simin Hasanzada, TOLOnews reported.