Video: Our proud heritage Magnificent Templar castle


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The Château Royal de Collioure (Catalan: Castell Reial de Cotlliure) is a massive French royal castle in the town of Collioure, a few kilometers north of the Spanish border in the French département of Pyrénées-Orientales.

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The Château is the juxtaposition of at least four castles.

Roussillon was conquered by the Romans around 120 BC and the occupied by the Visigoths from 418. The first mention is about a fortified site in Collioure under siege in 673, by Wamba, king of the Visigoths who lay siege to the “Castellum Caucolibéri” to subdue a rebellion.

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In the 12th century, Girard II, the last independent count of the Roussillon, bequeathed his land to Alfons II, King of Aragon and Count of Barcelona. Concerned about the prosperity of Collioure, the kings of Aragon granted privileges and tax exemptions. An annual fair was established, and important works were undertaken in the castle, the port and the town. The Knights Templar built the castle around 1207 and integrated it to the royal castle in 1345.

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Don’t just admire the Templar heritage from afar! Join now and help us breathing new life into this great tradition!

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A new video (below) shows Islamists marching in the German city of Hannover while worried local girls look on and express their fears.

The video, uploaded to various YouTube channels, has already had over 100,000 views. It shows a march that took place last week.

The girls can be heard saying:

“I thought I was the only one who’s in a bad mood because of this.”

“None of us want this. We’re all scared.”

“What is this? How will this be in 100 years?”

“This is not my life. It just shows you how many of them are here already.”

“Now there’s another 1.5 million who came this year.”

“Every year 2-3 million arrive.”

“It’s generally about foreign infiltration.”

“Yes, exactly.”

“We won’t dress like we do now.”

“Here, no! They won’t take anything from me!”

“Look, when I walk through the streets of the city, it’s only foreigners!”

“There are walking 50 foreigners and I only see one European face.”

“Look at the women! They’re all veiled!”

“This is our future.”

“Merkel says we’ll make it!”

“Yes we’ll make it! We’ll make it to our collective doom!”

“No, we won’t make it.”

Watch and listen. And understand that this isn’t just happening in one town in Germany. This is true for the whole of western Europe, from Donegal to Dresden, from Malta to Malmo. The people who encouraged this invasion think and act internationally. The invaders themselves think and act internationally. If our people are to stand a chance of survival, we have to do the same!

Sometime soon, the dam will burst. The Time of the Templars is upon us once again! We’re getting ready! What will YOU do?

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Light over darkness. Evil will always lose.

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Syrian government forces, aided by Hezbollah and Russian air backup, struck lethal blows at different terrorist groups across the country on Sunday, killing tens of commanders of Al-Nusra, ISIL and other terrorist groups in the terrorists’ most disastrous day yet.

Syrian warplanes conducted several airstrikes on militants’ positions in Hama province, and killed several top commanders of al-Nusra terrorist group, the official branch of the Al-Qaeda in Syria.

Field sources said Ali al-Turki aka al-Muhajer, one of the most notorious and dangerous leaders of al-Nusra Front, was killed around al-Mansoura village. The Turkish national was the mastermind of the terrorist attacks committed by Turkish mercenaries in the Northwestern countryside of Hama.

Syrian airstrikes also destroyed the main command post of ‘Jund al-Aqsa’ terrorist group in al-Latamneh village, 35 km North of Hama city, killing all the terrorists inside.

The “emir” of the group, Mohammad al-Salem, was among the dead terrorists. Meanwhile, the Syrian army killed Musa’ab al-Ashqar, the leader of a terrorist group, and all his comrades in the vicinity of al-Latamneh.

Also in separate attacks, the Syrian army killed at least 8 terrorists, including a senior field commander and several of his aides, in military operations in Hama province on Sunday.

The army destroyed a hideout of the so-called ‘Gathering of al-Ezza Brigades’ to the South of al-Latamna town, 35 km to the North of Hama city, killing at least 7 terrorists, including top field commander Ahmed Bilal, and a number of his aides and ranking members, including Abu Suleiman al-Homsi, Ahmed Mansour and Moussa Bilal.

No more raping little Christian girls for rebel commander of ‘Shuhada Al Khalidya’, Muhammed Jamal Msharqah, killed during north Homs clashes. “That’s the way to do it!”

Military experts said that Sunday was the doomsday for terrorists, especially their commanders, in Syria. A field source said that most of the casualties of the ISIL were in Ithriyah and Aqrabiyat. Over 40 dead bodies of ISIL militants were seen in Aqrabiyat East of Hama.

The source further added that over 30 members of al-Nusra Front were killed in clashes with the Syrian army in Ithriyah. The Syrian army has thus far has gained full control over 22 kilometers of the road in the region.

Provincial sources said that over 110 members of the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front, including at least five commanders, were killed or wounded in the Syrian warplanes’ operations in the Northern parts of the coastal province of Lattakia.

The sources said that the Syrian air force intensified its sorties over terrorist positions, destroying their supply routes and ammunition depots in Salam area and the villages of Bshirfeh, Tirtiah, Ekko and al-Mgheiriyeh.

Sources added that 53 terrorists, mostly foreigners, were killed and 57 others were injured in various areas in Lattakia’s Northern countryside.

Kamal Sammo, who was leader of the Zou al-Nourain Battalion, and Amer Omar, Khaled Omar, Mudtafa Sallo and Mohammad Khaled, who were all leaders within al-Nusra Front, were killed in the Syrian air attack on the group’s positions in Lattakia province.

The Syrian Army also announced that scores of militants, including many from Iraq and Jordan, were killed in its troops’ operations in different parts of Damascus countryside.

The sources said that the villages of Nola, Bala, Bazina and Marj al-Sultan in Damascus countryside were the scenes of heavy clashes between the militant groups and the Syrian soldiers, which resulted in the killing of dozens of the terrorists, including Mohammad al-Odat from Jordan, Ahmad al-Hindawi from Iraq, Mohammad Dalati, Mahmoud al-Shawwa, and Tassin al-Arouni.

At least 7 militants of Ajnad al-Sham were also killed and many others were wounded in the Syrian Army troops’ attack on their positions near Darayya in Damascus countryside, army officials said.

The sources said that Moaz al-Moadamani, Jamil al-Moadamani, Raed Hijazi, Abdul-Rahman Hammoud, Fayez Sharara and Mohammad Hinnawi were identified among the killed militants in Darayya operations.

Meantime, the foreign-backed Takfiri groups said on their social media pages that a number of terrorists, including senior commanders, were killed the Syrian military operations in Aleppo.

The terrorist groups said that the leader of the so-called “Thwar al-Sham Brigade”, Mohammad al-Khatib, the so-called director of “the Local Council in Tal Hdaiyya village”, Fadil Olaiwi, and “the commander in the battalion 1 in Hraitan city”, Omar Shamta, were killed in Aleppo.

The Syrian army killed the leader of the al-Nusra Front terrorist group, the al-Qaeda official branch in Syria, in the Northern Province of Aleppo.

The army killed the leader of al-Nusra Front, Egypt-born Abu Suleiman al-Masri, during a fight near the Tal-al-Karsani village outside Aleppo, an informed source said.

The Syrian Army also declared on Sunday that its forces have killed over 130 militants alongside Khanasser- Ithriyah road in the Southern parts of the Northern city of Aleppo in the last 24 hours.

The sources said that the terrorists were killed in the Army’s cleansing operation of the Khanasser-Ithriyah road.The Army has promised to restore security to the above-mentioned road today or finally on Monday.

One of the key commanders of al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front was also killed in the Syrian Army offensive in Aleppo countryside.

Sources said the Syrian army has killed the leader of al-Nusra Front terrorist group, Egypt-born Abu Suleiman al-Masri, in Aleppo countryside.

The terrorists groups also said on their social media pages that a number of their members, including Jamil Moustafa al Amary, Ahmed Attia al-Faroh and Ahmed Hatahta, were killed in the military operations in Quneitra.

The Syrian army troops continued their mop-up operations in a province, inflicting heavy losses on the terrorist groups who confirmed death of 14 Takfiris.

The Syrian forces bombed a terrorists’ concentration center in the vicinity of the power station in the Northeastern countryside of Daraa, killing and wounding all the terrorists in the area. The terrorist groups acknowledged the death of 14 of their members in Daraa.

The Syrian Army also said on Sunday that its forces raided positions of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) near al-Yadouda town, and killed or wounded over 27 militants.

The army said that the Syrian forces received information from their Russian advisors after the latter’s drones captured images of the FSA Southern Brigades traveling South from al-Yadouda towards Daraa city in order to attack the Syrian Armed Forces’ defensive positions.

The Syrian Army’s 15th Brigade of the 5th Armored Division ambushed the military column of the FSA militants and killed at least 10 members of the Free Syrian Army’s “Southern Brigades’ and wounded 17 others before they attacked the aforementioned militant group’s positions at the town of al-Yadouda.

The Syrian warplanes also launched air raids on terrorists’ positions in the province of Idlib, sources said, adding that over a dozen terrorists were also killed in military operations in the province.

The airstrikes hit concentration centers of “Jaish al-Fateh” terrorists in the al-Taminya town and Khan Sheikhoun city in the Southern countryside of Idlib, destroying the terrorists’ positions and machinegun-equipped vehicles.

On Friday, three senior commanders of al-Nusra Front were killed in a bomb attack on the group’s meeting in the Northwestern province of Idlib. The local activists identified the warlords as Abu Zubayr Al-Sham, Abu Dujana Al-Ansari and Abu Al-Nasir Al-Jazrawi.

Meanwhile, 13 terrorists from “Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement” terrorist group were killed in a Syrian military operation against one of the Takfiri militants’ hideouts outside Benin village in Ma’aret al-Nu’man area.

The Syrian Army also announced that its operations in areas near Douma left scores of militants dead or wounded.

The army said that Southeast of the Agricultural Research department in Douma city was the scene of heavy clashes between the government forces and terrorist groups, which resulted in the killing of dozens of terrorists, including Khaldoun al-Sawwas, Younes Awad, Fadi Ekra, Nihad al-Tayyed, Adnan Mahrous, and Ghassan Oyoun.

The army further added that 30 more terrorists were killed or injured after the army targeted their hideouts in Karm al-Rasas farms between Douma and Harasta.

In Masraba village South of Douma, the army targeted hideouts of Jeish al-Islam, killing terrorists Abdelhadi Ghannoum, Mansour Hatem, Fares Ghannoum, and Mahmoud Sweidan.

Militants’ Logistic Convoy Targeted by Army in Syria’s Idlib

Militants' Logistic Convoy Targeted by Army in Syria's Idlib

An informed source within the Syrian military ranks announced on Sunday that a long convoy of Jeish al-Fateh militant group was targeted and destroyed by the country’s troops in the Northwestern province of Idlib.

The source said that most of the militants’ vehicles, carrying weapons and ammunition, were exploded in the army attack near Slayyia village in Khan Sheikhoun.

Also on Saturday, Syrian warplanes launched air raids on terrorists’ positions in the province of Idlib, sources said, adding that over a dozen terrorists were also killed in military operations in the province.

The airstrikes hit concentration centers of “Jeish al-Fateh” terrorists in the al-Taminya town and Khan Sheikhoun city in the Southern countryside of Idlib, destroying the terrorists’ positions and machinegun-equipped vehicles.

Meanwhile, 13 terrorists from “Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement” terrorist group were killed in a Syrian military operation against one of the Takfiri militants’ hideouts outside Benin village in Ma’aret al-Nu’man area.

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