SUN SUNI KHABAR MARCH 10TH, 2016
ISIS JOB APPLICATIONS REVEALED
The world’s most notorious terror organization has a job application. While some of the questions are what one would expect from an application (age, date of birth, etc), others are significantly more chilling. Among the mundane questions that ISIS asks are: “Level of obedience” and “Are you willing to participate in a suicide mission?”. A Syrian newspaper recovered documents they say have been leaked by an ISIS defector. Over 122 documents have been found, all with the same questions and varying responses. German officials have said that the documents are most likely genuine.
NORTH KOREA LAUNCHES MISSILES AGAIN
The tensions on the Korean Peninsula are palpable. Since January, North Korea has conducted three missile tests, resulting in the United Nations imposing tough sanctions against the Asian country. On Thursday, North Korea fired two short range missiles. It's southern counterpart is tracking the projectiles of the missiles and is monitoring the situation. The launch is the latest in the buildup of tensions between the two countries. The Korean Central News Agency, run by North Korea, says that any trade agreements made between the North and the South are now invalid.
DONALD TRUMP THINKS ISLAM HATES THE US
Republican front runner Donald Trump made headlines in December, when he called for a “complete and total shutdown of Muslims entering the U.S.”. In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Trump built on this stance, saying that it is very hard to draw the line between radical Islam and non-radical Islam. When asked if Islam was an intrinsically hateful religion, the New York businessman said that was for the media to figure out. He continued to stand by his proposal of banning Muslims from entering the country, due to their alleged hatred of the United States. Trump then went on to defend his position on waterboarding, calling to bring back the practice, even saying the U.S. should go a lot further.
GRECIAN IMMIGRATION ROUTE CLOSED
In the latest development of the growing European migrant crisis, the Balkan routes have now been closed, leaving as many as 14,000 people stranded on the other side. The route, which led through Macedonia, was the main route through to Western Europe. In an interview with German public radio, German Chancellor Angela Merkel criticized the move, saying that it puts a huge burden on Greece. Following Macedonia’s lead, Croatia, Slovenia, and Serbia all closed their borders. Serbian Ministry of Internal Affairs said that the decision was made so that Serbia did not become a collection center for refugees.