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Dostum

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  1. Wait, if I understand correctly, this video is depicting Chaudhary's gang attacking a pro-Assad Syrian demonstration?
  2. I can't completely discern what is happening and why in this video... Too much chaos at once. I'm very curious WHO is being beaten with the shahada flag, why they were targetted. I also wish I knew who the bald guy with the bloody face is, why was he targetted. Obviously, at least someone targeted was targeted because they were believed to be Shia, but who are all these others in the midst of the mayhem? Secondly, I remain intrigued that a single Punjabi MI6 agent (Chaudhary) with near clownish propaganda and rhetoric, combined with dismal competancy skills in Arabic language can successfully
  3. Any links you have, I appreciate and definitely will read (I'm Hazara from Afghanistan).
  4. There are numerous Hazaras, Tajiks and Pashtuns in Afghanistan with red hair and white skin; this is of course not to forget the Nuristanis also. I have a few dark red hairs in my beard haha, literally a few. Not to forget Iran and Persians also; Hassan Khomeini has red hair I did enjoy the video though. Where was this filmed?
  5. I find the uncompromising absoluteness of this statement disturbing. It's one thing if someone made this statement amidst an emotional rant in real life but on the internet where we have the option to re-analyze and edit our speech before clicking "Post"... I don't know, I'm guilty of the exact same thing myself but I won't bring Islam into such matters... Perhaps you'd like to retract that statement or at least expand upon it due to it's all-encompassing condemnation upon an entire people.
  6. In all fairness, I really don't believe that the majority of those who condemn this man do so for political interests. There is much to hold this man in contempt for but primarily his mode of operation and character. Others in the thread have outlined these aspects in detail. His attempts to defame and "expose the hypocrisy" of Ayatullah Khamenei were weak, unfounded and relied on a combination of his own distortion of facts and personal opinions. I have observed enough of him over time to conclude that at least a significant portion of his persona is rooted in base attention-seeking tactics;
  7. Anyone familiar with the high concentration of what I will refer to as particular types of Muslims in England, will understand that this masjid is almost guaranteed to be targeted at the least with vandalism and who knows what the worst they can cook up is...
  8. As a random curiosity - has anyone else wondered what effect the two Chechens and the Kazakh kids image is having on the psyche of the most intellectually dull American sheep? Specifically what I'm referencing; when the trade towers fell, Western media was full of images of Usama bin Laden and Taliban (i.e. middle aged men in traditional clothing, imamah, long beards). The result was quite a few Sikhs being targeted with violence and some even murdered. I'm wondering how the dullest of them perceive that those involved are a group of mundane, easily forgettable clean cut youth... rank and file
  9. Being completely honest, that's probably where a large portion of the younger ones will be headed upon release.
  10. It seems to be common knowledge now that there are hordes of Salafi/Wahhabi characters freely living and operating in various capacities inside the US... Logically, they should be compiling lists of and keeping track of everything these goons say. Given the perplexing backwardness and ineffectiveness of many of the US' tactics in certain areas, I wouldn't be surprised to learn that the majority of the aforementioned people are mysteriously absent from their databases. Rather, their hard drives are filled with random Shias and who knows who else that do not even remotely pose a legitimate threa
  11. You should research Tai chi further and in depth. It really is one of the more fascinating martial sciences. There are numerous training forms as well as five traditional schools. But to answer your question specifically, both - it can serve as a rather effective defense system while also promoting numerous health benefits. It's also rather low impact and doesn't necessarily put great strain on muscles and joints making it a viable option for a wide range of individuals, even those who may not otherwise be in appropriate physical condition to pursue training associated other martial arts.
  12. Yes, they do their job.Their job is to write up a report after a crime has occurred and damage has been done. Prevention is not one of their essential functions. I'm uncertain about the modern feminine Western "male" but in Hazara culture we are not raised to be passive victims, likewise we are not concerned with Westerners' views on the matter. If certain individuals are apathetic and complacent in passively allowing all manner of violent assault and abuse be enacted upon them, I won't force them to defend themselves. But if anyone attempts to criminalize me for not standing around with a smi
  13. These stories are certain to become more numerous and frequent. For those in the US, if you live in a state with good carry and self defense laws, and if you haven't already taken responsibility for your own and your family's life, get your funds together and apply for your carry permit, select a quality, reliable handgun and take some tactical training classes. You can assume this is one of the few violent incidents that has actually been reported. http://www.wjla.com/articles/2013/05/mohamed-salim-says-man-assaulted-him-for-being-muslim-88217.html Mohamed Salim says man assaulted him for be
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