The Pilot Of The Indonesian Plane That Went Missing Was A Devout Muslim Who Slaughtered Christians [Shoebat Exclusive]

For news that you won’t typically find via the MSM, one good source is Shoebat.com.  The following article link reveals information that probably won’t be revealed on TV because of cries from the liberal leftist progressives who cry “Islamophobia!” about any mention of even suspected Muslim terrorist jihadist crimes being inflicted around the world.

You can research the owner of that blog, but briefly – Walid Shoebat is a former Muslim terrorist turned born-again Christian.  One of his goals is to inform, educate, and especially WARN Americans and people around the world about the goals of Islamic jihad and how their methods of “Taqiyya” (basically means lie in any situation to get their way),  instilling and forcing Sharia Law, and using any and all methods of terrorism (suicide bombings, plane hijackings, beheadings, rapes, murders…etc.) are being utilized in order to create a Muslim Caliphate across the world.

Here is the main link:

Shoebat.com: The Pilot Of The Indonesian Plane That Went Missing Was A Devout Muslim Who Slaughtered Christians.

Excerpt:

Call me an Islamophobe, but when I research the pilot from the missing flight QZ8501 Captain Iriyanto I access the local news in Indonesian, not in English. There I find out that the pilot of the missing flight QZ8501 and like the pilot on the other missing flight MH370 are both devout Muslims, I get somewhat paranoid. Translating from Indonesian I find the following:

“Iriyanto was also active in the community as a board member and chairman of the mosque at his residence in Pondok Jati Block BC 12 Village Pagerwojo, Buduran, Sidoarjo.”

“In addition to serving as Chairman of RT 39, Iriyanto also served as a board leader of Masjid Nurul Yaqin, which is located in the housing complex.”

“He was also diligent in worship. When everyone was at home, he would certainly be seen praying in congregation in the mosque”.

From Indonesian sources I also find out that “Before Iriyanto applied for early retirement and became a commercial airline pilot he had been a pilot in the Air Force who served in the squadron Iswahyudi Airport, Madiun, East Java flying fighter Hawk MK 50 and F-5.”

Iriyanato “performed operational tasks from 1983 up until 1992″. It was such fighter jets from Indonesia that were used over East Timor and were operational till September of 1999 killing some 200,000 mostly Christian Timorese out of a total population of 600,000 which has been winked at by western powers and today western media said nothing about this pilot’s involvements?

Zaharie Ahmad Shah the captain of the other missing flight MH370 had his co-pilot also another Muslim Faruq Abdul Hamid, 27. Now I become triply somewhat paranoid.

Being just paranoid and pilots just being very devout Muslims is not 100% conclusive evidence, but when one adds the scenarios of past history it changes things.

Read the rest HERE.

I will be back to add more commentary and links to this post!

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Update:  12/30/14 at 3:29 p.m. Pacific Time

If you STILL THINK that Muslim infiltration here in the United States is “celebrating” a passive, loving, inclusive, and tolerant “religion,” you MUST see the episode at the following link:

Jack Van Impe Ministries: TV Program #1450 of 12/14/2014 Broadcast on the difference between what radical Islamic terrorism believes and teaches vs. what the Bible teaches about God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and the path to salvation.

The broadcast also includes how prophecy is being fulfilled regarding the apostate churches (an example in video at above link!); which is told in the book of Jude.

Hat tips: Shoebat.com

Jack Van Impe Ministries

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15 Responses to “The Pilot Of The Indonesian Plane That Went Missing Was A Devout Muslim Who Slaughtered Christians [Shoebat Exclusive]”

  1. Cry and Howl Says:

    At this point I don’t doubt anything and surely nothing surprises me any more.

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    • christinewjc Says:

      This may just be speculation, but Is it possible that there was actually a target near Singapore and the passengers caught on that this flight was an Islamic terrorist death mission – therefore they caused the plane to crash sooner? There was a U.S. Naval Destroyer in the region at the time.

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  2. christinewjc Says:

    So true Steve!

    I am wondering if there was a target in the vicinity that was missed due to possible passengers intervening (like passengers did in the Shanksville crash on 9/11/01) and then destroying the plans of the terrorist pilot?

    It’s all very suspicious…

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  3. GMpilot Says:

    As I write this, there are reports that the wreckage of AirAsia QZ8501 has been found. It also appears to be in shallow waters off Bangka Island in the Java Sea, about halfway between its origin and its destination.

    Shoebat does a good job detailing the past of the doomed flight’s pilot, but he does not attempt to explain why Iriyanato would deliberately destroy himself and 161 other people. Qui bono?
    As far as I know, no airline asks its passengers what they religion they practice, or what sect they are members of. Such information would not help to keep the plane in the air.

    Shoebat states:

    ”Being just paranoid and pilots just being very devout Muslims is not 100% conclusive evidence, but when one adds the scenarios of past history it changes things.”

    So, is Shoebat insinuating that Iriyanato was under some sort of ‘orders’ to crash the plane? Were there any personal/ideological opponents of his on board? Did he just take it upon himself to reduce the total number of Indonesians by 162? The plane went down in the sea, well away from any possible “targets”.
    Terrorists, especially religiously-motivated ones, like to boast of what they do. That’s how public perception of their so-called power spreads. But there was nothing from the plane, and if ground-based sabotage was responsible, no faction has stepped forward to take credit for the death of Iriyanato. I’ll wait for more solid evidence.

    (Also: one of the speculated destinations of the plane (had it been hijacked) was Japan. The nearest large Japanese city is Kirishima, which was beyond the range of an Airbus 300 flying from Java. It could not have reached there without refueling somewhere else first. Flying northwest, it could not have traveled much beyond Sri Lanka.)

    One wonders if Shoebat remembers that there was a storm in the region the plane was to fly through. Pilots try to avoid them whenever they can, but storms are by nature unpredictable. Most likely the Christian-killer and his innocent passengers were victims of the weather.

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  4. christinewjc Says:

    Well said, GM. Of course, all is speculation and perhaps your questions will be answered at a later date.

    There was no “boasting” before the Malaysia MH370 flight either, yet it has not been found and there are many theories out there regarding what happened to it. I don’t think that there was any “boasting” done before the other plane [Malaysia? MH17] that was shot down by Russia, either. Besides, the boasting came about AFTER the 9/11/01 horrific terrorist attacks happened here on U.S. soil.

    Maybe it was just the storm. But Walid Shoebat points out several strange occurrences regarding both flights within his post – like these:

    1. In both flights there still should have been a distress call, yet neither flight gave any.

    2. “Something happened and the pilots did not tell anyone. Why? It’s a good question,” he said.

    “It’s extraordinary the pilots failed to call because they had plenty of time to. Unless there was a bomb on board but there has been no evidence of that.”

    3. Ringing cell phones 4 days after the disappearance of Malaysia MH370.

    These may have been “trial runs” that Islamic terrorists are using to evaluate their next plot to attack.

    The “phones ringing” phenomenon is also mentioned at Now The End Begins. The British “secret” base being leased by the U.S. at Diego Garcia is suspected in the Malaysia MH370 flight disappearance. Place “Diego Garcia and Malaysian MH370 into a search engine (I recommend StartPage) and see what comes up.

    Who knows if we will ever discover the truth?

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  5. GMpilot Says:

    Yes, it is speculation, but that’s not the way Shoebat makes it sound.
    I asked only one question: who benefits? Shoebat didn’t answer; I can’t answer. That’s why I think that anything sinister behind that flight must be demonstrated. But I won’t hold my breath waiting.

    WS: 1. In both flights there still should have been a distress call, yet neither flight gave any.
    Planes have been lost before where no distress call went out. As mentioned before, there was a storm, and a lightning strike could have fried the electronics onboard.

    2. “Something happened and the pilots did not tell anyone. Why? It’s a good question,” he said.
    Imagine, if you would, an airliner with 162 people onboard, with systems failing, or an armed hijacker, or whatever other terror you choose to name. If you were the pilot, would you want them to get panicky and start milling about, especially in such a confined space? I would think that the pilot would inform only his crew—and even then, tell them only enough to enable them to calm the passengers.

    “It’s extraordinary the pilots failed to call because they had plenty of time to. Unless there was a bomb on board but there has been no evidence of that.”
    If there was no evidence of a bomb, then why does Shoebat mention it? That’s just alarmist rhetoric—the very same paranoia he suspects himself of having.
    How could the passengers have learned that the plane was on ‘an Islamic terrorist death mission’ unless the terrorists themselves announced it? We have no reports of that having happened either!

    There is always a US naval warship around Singapore; at least two have been assigned to the SAF base at Sembawang since about 1989, after US forces left the Philippines. Singapore is a strategic place; roughly half the world’s merchant shipping goes through nearby Malacca Strait. The Singaporeans invited us to be there. They don’t have much room, but they do have location, and a strong financial/industrial base, including shipbuilding and repair, which a naval force would need. We get their facilities; they get our protection. But it’s hard to find even the largest ships when they’re at sea.
    It’s conceivable the plane was seeking to crash into Sembawang Base, but there’s no indication of that.
    Obviously the “black box” flight recorder will be sought, as well as any indications of explosives among whatever wreckage is recovered. Motivations are harder to uncover.

    ”Who knows if we will ever discover the truth?”
    Well, you’ve always claimed “the TRUTH will come out”, so why are you showing doubts now?
    I’ll wait for more solid evidence.

    Hau’oli makahiki hou

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    • christinewjc Says:

      Just a quick update in this reply. Apparently, the plane did not have permission to fly that day. Report: AirAsia did not have permission to fly doomed route. It’s weird that this information has come out so long after the plane went “missing,” and also quite a few days after the initial wreckage and first few dead bodies were found.

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      • GMpilot Says:

        So the AirAsia flight was not supposed to have happened that day, That looks suspicious, all right.
        Now: who knew about that?

        [Indonesia’s acting director general of aviation Djoko] Murjatmodjo added that AirAsia had been flying the route on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays rather than the four days designated by the Transportation Ministry.

        But the reduced traffic directive had gone into effect two months earlier; all information and restrictions should have been in place. How could anyone, especially a chief pilot, not know about it? Terrorism would mean that many people, from the Aviation Ministry to the flight controllers to the maintenance workers to the flight crew, would have been in on it. I find it hard to believe that something the size of an Airbus 300 would be airborne before the controller heard of it, and said “Who gave permission for that flight?!”
        If it was a terrorist conspiracy, it was a conspicuous failure, because the plane crashed at sea. If it was simply ignorance or a rogue flight, they almost certainly would have been refused landing at Singapore. The distance between the two cities is less than 900 miles, and an A300 could have easily made a round trip if its tanks were full. We also still don’t know if the plane was caught in the storm on its path.
        The (my) basic question remains unanswered.

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      • christinewjc Says:

        There was a U.S. Navy destroyer docked at the Singapore base for several days before this incident happened. Could it have been a possible target? I don’t know.

        When I write that “the truth will come out,” it doesn’t always mean that it will come out immediately. Sometimes, it takes decades for that to happen.

        I have read where people are wondering if this was some sort of “trial” run that went awry. I’m not an aviation expert, but some on TV are saying that there were too many unusual occurrences to think that this was just an accident.

        God sees all – so He already knows the truth.

        Num 32:23

        “But if you do not do so, then take note, you have sinned against the LORD; and be sure your sin will find you out.

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  6. GMpilot Says:

    CJW: ”There was a U.S. Navy destroyer docked at the Singapore base for several days before this incident happened. Could it have been a possible target? I don’t know.”

    As I stated earlier, USN ships are often to be found around Singapore. It’s a regular port call for units of the 7th Fleet, and at least one or two have been homeported there since the early ’90s. An attack on Sembawang Base would be likely to misfire, though. Most Singaporeans are not Muslim, and a 9-11-style attack would damage much of the national infrastructure, pretty much guaranteeing the enmity of the nations in the region (including Indonesia) who do business with Singapore.
    Indonesia’s government is not known for dealing gently with those it considers renegades. Shoebat’s description of pilot Iriyanato’s past demonstrates that.

    ”I have read where people are wondering if this was some sort of “trial” run that went awry.”
    A trial run of a flight which wasn’t even supposed to be there? Wouldn’t a terrorist come in on schedule, on the proper path, so no one would suspect, and then divert and strike? If it was meant to be a terrorist attack, it was a spectacular failure; the authorities are alerted now.
    People can wonder all they like, but so far it appears to still be a flight which went awry.

    ”I’m not an aviation expert,…”
    You never let that stop you before. Why change your mind now?

    ”…but some on TV are saying that there were too many unusual occurrences to think that this was just an accident.”
    Fine. Let some on TV give their reasons why they think so, instead of dark hints and insinuations.
    I think the answer may be found once my question is answered: who benefits?

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    • christinewjc Says:

      Well, even if the pilot (who was a radical Islamist) had certain plans that went awry, the fact that despite missing some unknown target, he did accomplish a jihadist goal of causing the deaths of 162 on that plane. That fact may very well indicate who was supposed to benefit.

      Did you see the Jack Van Impe message that I included in a 12/30/14 update within the original post? He does a good job explaining why what is written in the Koran exposes the goal(s) of most radical Muslims – and why such evil acts are being done in the name of allah.

      Also, put “Muslim inbreeding” into a search engine. That may help explain why many have low IQ’s, are mentally and/or physically ill, and how they are more likely to become radicalized and end up being terrorists.

      Here are two articles that I have read about it:

      Barnhardt: The One About Muslims Being Inbred

      DC Gazette: Muslim Inbreeding May Be Genetic Catastrophe

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      • GMpilot Says:

        ”Well, even if the pilot (who was a radical Islamist) had certain plans that went awry, the fact that despite missing some unknown target, he did accomplish a jihadist goal of causing the deaths of 162 on that plane. That fact may very well indicate who was supposed to benefit.”
        In other words, you don’t know either. The only thing we know for certain is that there was a crashed airliner, and 162 people are dead. We don’t even know if there was a ‘target’ involved. If there was, it was probably AirAsia itself–to bankrupt the company with two disasters within a year.

        ”Did you see the Jack Van Impe message that I included in a 12/30/14 update within the original post? He does a good job explaining why what is written in the Koran exposes the goal(s) of most radical Muslims – and why such evil acts are being done in the name of allah.”
        I could probably write a similar expose about what is written in the Bible, and how it exposes the goals of most radical Christians, who have also committed atrocities in the name of god.
        Thing is, most of the members of either religion are not ”radicals”. You use that qualifier word a great deal, to deflect criticism. You won’t get away with it.

        ”Also, put “Muslim inbreeding” into a search engine. That may help explain why many have low IQ’s, are mentally and/or physically ill, and how they are more likely to become radicalized and end up being terrorists.”
        I read the Barnhardt piece. It’s almost a certainty that any Muslim who raises fruit (or horses) knows that inbreeding is a dead end, no matter what the Koran says. Just as Christians know they can eat lobsters without fear of going to hell.
        A century and a half ago, much the same ‘degenerate’ claims were being said about black people. Some of those claims are still being repeated today. Hmm.
        And of course we all know that the healthy sons and daughters of the privileged class never become radicalized and end up being terrorists. Sure.
        The DC article is weaseling (“MAY Be Genetic Catastrophe”). They don’t know either.

        Terrorists without brains don’t last very long. You’ve failed to make a connection to the AirAsia flight.

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  7. christinewjc Says:

    Out of time to post right now, but wanted to include two news story links here:

    AirAsia jet may have made safe landing on sea before sinking, experts says

    Prayer service held as bad weather halts AirAsia Flight 8501 search

    Found out something new from the second article:

    While Indonesia is predominantly Muslim, many of the plane’s passengers were Christians of Chinese descent. The Rev. Mantofa’s congregation was hit particularly hard, with 45 of the crash victims — from 13 families — belonging to his large Penecostal church

    .

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  8. GMpilot Says:

    If the plane had made a ‘safe landing’ at sea, Shoebat’s speculation of a bomb is moot. If it had been truly a murder mission, the pilots would not have been concerned with even trying to make a water landing—they would have gone nose first into the water (and probably shouting “allah akbar” as they did). If there’s probable cause to think that the Airbus did make a water landing, then that is evidence that there was no intent of terrorism.
    Reuters reported the same thing, on the same day. I saw it then; why didn’t you?

    Shoebat, and Fox, and you, continue to ignore the fact that the plane’s last transmission said that they were heading into a storm, and asked permission to fly above it. The request was refused, supposedly because the corridor above them was heavily trafficked. Fox itself reported that, in your link.
    Unless you conclude that AirAsia, unlike any other airline on the planet, does ask its passengers what religion they are and then arranges to kill them, this was most likely a weather-caused accident.

    See you later.

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  9. GMpilot Says:

    I realize you’ve moved on to the next “oooh, shiny!” topic, but just in case you’re still following the fate of AirAsia QZ8501: here it is.

    Maybe Shoebat should consider a job with Faux News Channel.

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