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  • Sergio
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    Originally posted by Taieb el-Okbi View Post
    The p5+1 is negotiating with Iran. I'm not from Israel or the GCC states, as an American I sometimes(such as on Iran) disagree with both Israel and or the GCC states.


    As for ISIL, they might have taken Ramadi, but the allied coalition cant win them all. During WW2, the allied side lost a # of battles, it happens in life, cant win em all.

    But the key is to win the war, and I have the utmost confidence in the coalitions ability to defeat ISIL.

    Also the Middle east is a great place, ISIL does not control all of the ME. Folks such as myself, other Americans and a whole bunch of good people in the ME... including the good people of Israel, Jordan, Egypt, the GCC states... will not let ISIL take over the ME.
    You are not doing a thing to stop IS doing anything. This 'we' nonsense is ridiculous. Those who are directly involved get to claim a role, you do not.

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  • lakechampainer
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    Originally posted by Taieb el-Okbi View Post
    The p5+1 is negotiating with Iran. I'm not from Israel or the GCC states, as an American I sometimes(such as on Iran) disagree with both Israel and or the GCC states.


    As for ISIL, they might have taken Ramadi, but the allied coalition cant win them all. During WW2, the allied side lost a # of battles, it happens in life, cant win em all.

    But the key is to win the war, and I have the utmost confidence in the coalitions ability to defeat ISIL.

    Also the Middle east is a great place, ISIL does not control all of the ME. Folks such as myself, other Americans and a whole bunch of good people in the ME... including the good people of Israel, Jordan, Egypt, the GCC states... will not let ISIL take over the ME.
    As an American, do you ever disagree with Canada, The Dominican Republic, Mexico, Grenada, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize, Costa Rica, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Vatican City, France, The United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Russia, Ukraine, China, India, Indonesia, Germany, Switzerland, Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Iceland, Greenland, Norway, .......

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  • Taieb el-Okbi
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    Originally posted by Gixxer86g View Post
    They did.

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/05/18/iraqi-premier-dont-abandon-anbar-to-isis/


    Recently I made comments that ISIS was basically on the way out. I don't feel that way anymore. I still consider Iran the primary threat to the region, but these guys are still in the game.
    The p5+1 is negotiating with Iran. I'm not from Israel or the GCC states, as an American I sometimes(such as on Iran) disagree with both Israel and or the GCC states.


    As for ISIL, they might have taken Ramadi, but the allied coalition cant win them all. During WW2, the allied side lost a # of battles, it happens in life, cant win em all.

    But the key is to win the war, and I have the utmost confidence in the coalitions ability to defeat ISIL.

    Also the Middle east is a great place, ISIL does not control all of the ME. Folks such as myself, other Americans and a whole bunch of good people in the ME... including the good people of Israel, Jordan, Egypt, the GCC states... will not let ISIL take over the ME.

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  • G David Bock
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    Perhaps it's the attitude ...

    The Supremacist Roots of Muslim ‘Grievances’

    Raymond Ibrahim | Monday May 18, 2015 9:56 AM
    EXCERPTS:
    ...
    ...the West needs finally to come to terms with the root source of these ubiquitous, easily sparked “Muslim grievances.”

    Enter Muslim supremacism.

    Islamic doctrine—which teaches that Muslims are superior to non-Muslims, who are further compared to dogs and cattle—imbues Muslims with this sense of supremacism over the rest of mankind. And a good portion of Islamic history—when Muslims were for centuries on the warpath, subjugating large swathes of the Old Word—further enforces it.
    This sense of Islamic supremacism was dramatically humbled after European powers defeated and colonized much of the Muslim world. Bred on the notion that “might makes right,” Muslims, for a time, even began emulating the unapologetic and triumphant West. Turkey, for example, went from being the epitome of Islamic supremacy and jihad against Christian Europe for five centuries to emulating Europe in all ways, becoming perhaps the most Westernized/secularized “Muslim” nation by the mid-1900s.

    Today, however, as Western peoples willingly capitulate to Islamic mores—in the name of tolerance, multiculturalism, political correctness, or just plain cowardice—Muslims are becoming more emboldened, making more demands and threats, as they realize they need not militarily defeat the West in order to resuscitate their supremacist birthright. (More appeasement from the bullied always brings about more demands from the bully.)

    To understand all this, one need only look to Muslim behavior where it is dominant and not in need of pretense, that is, in the Muslim world. There, non-Muslim minorities are habitually treated as inferiors. But unlike the many Western appeasers who willingly accept a subservient role to Islam, these religious minorities have no choice in the matter.
    ...
    Such is what I call the “How Dare You?!” phenomenon. Remember it next time “progressive” media, politicians, and other talking heads tell you that Muslim mayhem and outbursts are products of grievances. Missing from their rationale is the supremacist base of these grievances.

    The Conditions of Omar, a foundational medieval Muslim text dealing with how subjugated “infidels” must behave, spells out their inferiority vis-à-vis Muslims. Among other stipulations, it commands conquered Christians not to raise their “voices during prayer or readings in churches anywhere near Muslims” (hence the axe-attack in Pakistan). It also commands them not to display any signs of Christianity—specifically Bibles and crosses—not to build churches, and not to criticize the prophet. (See Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians for my translation of “The Conditions of Omar.”)

    If the supremacist nature of Islamic law is still not clear enough, the Conditions literally commands Christians to give up their seats to Muslims as a show of respect.
    ...
    In short, anytime non-Muslims dare to overstep their Sharia-designated “inferior” status—which far exceeds drawing cartoons—supremacist Muslims become violently aggrieved.

    From here, one can begin to understand the ultimate Muslim grievance: Israel.

    For if “infidel” Christian minorities are deemed inferior and attacked by aggrieved Muslims for exercising their basic human rights, like freedom of worship, how must Muslims feel about Jews—the descendants of pigs and apes, according to the Koran—exercising power and authority over fellow Muslims in what is perceived to be Muslim land?

    How dare they?!


    Of course, if grievances against Israel were really about justice and displaced Palestinians, Muslims—and their Western appeasers—would be aggrieved by the fact that millions of Christians are currently being displaced by Muslim invaders.

    Needless to say, they are not.
    ...
    http://humanevents.com/2015/05/18/th...tm_campaign=nl

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  • Gixxer86g
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    Originally posted by Taieb el-Okbi View Post
    Baghdadi is attempting to scare people, but in the words of a US Army ranger I talked to last night during a poker game, "ISIL can bring it on".
    They did.

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/05/18/iraqi-premier-dont-abandon-anbar-to-isis/


    Recently I made comments that ISIS was basically on the way out. I don't feel that way anymore. I still consider Iran the primary threat to the region, but these guys are still in the game.

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  • G David Bock
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    Originally posted by The Exorcist View Post
    Isn't he dead?

    But, yeah, one guy.
    It took a lot more than one guy to conquer Rhamadi, and that whole place belongs to ISIS now.
    BOOM... there it went.
    Reportedly injured and recovering ....

    You know Hitler and his cronies didn't know a think about Nazism, weren't expressing the substance of Nazism in their actions ...

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  • The Exorcist
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    Originally posted by G David Bock View Post
    What would he know?
    ()
    Isn't he dead?

    But, yeah, one guy.
    It took a lot more than one guy to conquer Rhamadi, and that whole place belongs to ISIS now.
    BOOM... there it went.

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  • Taieb el-Okbi
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    Originally posted by G David Bock View Post
    ISIS leader: Islam 'never a religion of peace,' it's a 'religion of fighting'

    A recording of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, which the Pentagon has not confirmed is genuine, calls for all Muslims to join the fight agains the "infidels," saying, "Islam was never a religion of peace. Islam is the religion of fighting."

    Al-Baghdadi had not been heard from until this voice recording since a March coalition airstrike where he was reportedly injured. As the former leader of al Qaeda in Iraq, al-Baghdadi was known for defying the larger al Qaeda organization and forming the Islamic State, against al-Qaeda's wishes, and was one of many former al Qaeda members that the U.S. released a few years ago from its prison Camp Bucca, in Umm Qasr, Iraq.
    ...
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/is...rticle/2564625

    What would he know?
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    I listened to the alleged audio recording of al Baghdadi on a fox news segment a few days ago. Baghdadi is attempting to scare people, but in the words of a US Army ranger I talked to last night during a poker game, "ISIL can bring it on". Thing is there are a bunch of Muslims as well as Christians in Iraq and Syria(the allied coalition) whom are fighting ISIL, I side with these folks, not with ISIL.

    Baghdadi does not teach the true values of Islam. I side with the Muslim Imams and Jewish Rabbis whom have taken a part in a joint efforts to tell the world about the similar values of Judasim and Islam, such as how both Judaism and Islam teach to feed the hungry, and to respect your fellow man.





    Some may say the Jews and Muslims in the above video are ignoring the violent, intolerant aspects of their religion, but I can not find sufficient reasoning to concur with this view.

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  • G David Bock
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    ISIS leader: Islam 'never a religion of peace,' it's a 'religion of fighting'

    A recording of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, which the Pentagon has not confirmed is genuine, calls for all Muslims to join the fight agains the "infidels," saying, "Islam was never a religion of peace. Islam is the religion of fighting."

    Al-Baghdadi had not been heard from until this voice recording since a March coalition airstrike where he was reportedly injured. As the former leader of al Qaeda in Iraq, al-Baghdadi was known for defying the larger al Qaeda organization and forming the Islamic State, against al-Qaeda's wishes, and was one of many former al Qaeda members that the U.S. released a few years ago from its prison Camp Bucca, in Umm Qasr, Iraq.
    ...
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/is...rticle/2564625

    What would he know?
    ()

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  • The Exorcist
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    Other news from Texas- a "Cold Case" is solved;
    “I killed that bitch and you’re next. No one insults my honor as a Muslim and gets away with it.”

    That was the chilling threat Ali Awad Mahmoud Irsan made to his daughter Nesreen after murdering her best friend, according to Assistant Harris County District attorney Tammy Thomas.

    Nesreen’s friend Gelareh Bagherzadeh was found murdered on the night of January 16th, 2012, in an alley near the Galleria section of Houston.

    Why was Gelareh killed?

    According the Texas prosecutors, Gelareh – an outspoken Iranian-American critic of Iran and Islam, and a convert to Christianity – had urged her friend Nesreen to break free from father Ali’s domination and marry the man Nesreen had fallen in love with, a Christian named Coty Beavers.
    http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2015/...mily-indicted/

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  • Bwaha
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    Roger that.

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  • Daemon of Decay
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    Debate the topic, not the poster.

    ACG Staff

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  • Hida Akechi
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    Originally posted by Michele View Post
    In fact I mostly used the term "worry". Talking about the views of the majority of the present-day world Muslim population in general.

    And that's because they aren't a majority or a significant minority over here.

    When it comes to loony guys armed with automatic weapons, or for that matter with sharp and long kitchen knives, well, if I knew they were after me, in that case I would certainly use the term "fear" as far as I'm concerned personally...
    Well, I "fear" for my family and friends from a lot of sources, but it's just a generalization of how I worry about them.

    As for islam itself, I do not fear it. I am wary of it, I pity its followers that are stuck in the 7th century mentality, I recognize it for the danger that it is. And I'm also angry about it. But I also hope that it will change and get better. I worry that a lot of lives are going to be placed at islam's feet before that ever happens though, if it ever does.

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  • Bwaha
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    Originally posted by The Exorcist View Post
    No kidding, I have to put that guy on ignore myself, at long last.

    It's impossible to believe anything he says about himself, and who puts this much time and effort into a lost cause in a place where nobody gives a damn?

    I think what we are dealing with is a rich Saudi printing that has been crippled, maybe paralyzed from the waist down, who is trying to get a PHD is psychological manipulation of Westerners.
    And getting an F, hopefully.
    Nah, just a spoiled child. Look at John W. Lindh. A spoiled rich kid who couldn't get a date so he joined a rape, death cult.

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  • The Exorcist
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    Originally posted by Bwaha View Post
    Myself, I could care less about the motivation, JJ is a dork.
    No kidding, I have to put that guy on ignore myself, at long last.

    It's impossible to believe anything he says about himself, and who puts this much time and effort into a lost cause in a place where nobody gives a damn?

    I think what we are dealing with is a rich Saudi printing that has been crippled, maybe paralyzed from the waist down, who is trying to get a PHD is psychological manipulation of Westerners.
    And getting an F, hopefully.

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