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Osama

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  1. Wa Salam Thier is dfferences in what you say, first the zionist have not used thier full power to occupy South Lebanon, secondly south lebanon has had years of freedom were they could organize a defense against any invasion as was evedent during the zionist invasion last summer and also the zionist did not have all of thier army in South Lebanon, during the 80s and 90s thirdly Iran has a population of more then 50 million people so they had millions of soldires that could be mustered against Saddam Hussien, fourthly the shah was overthrown because the majority of Iranians were against him and
  2. Sudan president tours Darfur Omar al-Bashir, Sudan's president, is visiting Darfur - a region he is accused of destroying - in what is seen as an attempt to bolster his image as a peacemaker. He is due to chair an extraordinary cabinet meeting on Sunday in the region's capital, al-Fasher, to discuss developing the area, which is virtually devoid of infrastructure. Al-Bashir began his three-day inspection tour of Darfur on Saturday, which is also to include talks with local officials on the peace process in Sudan. The president has not visited the region in four years. Since then, aid agencies
  3. People with any common interests or goals can unite not just Sunni or Shia.
  4. Iraq's new coalition: The Insurgents Seumas Milne in Damascus Wednesday July 18, 2007 Insurgents from the 1920 Revolution Brigades training at Beiji, north of Baghdad. Seven of the most important Sunni-led insurgent organisations fighting the US occupation in Iraq have agreed to form a public political alliance with the aim of preparing for negotiations in advance of an American withdrawal, their leaders have told the Guardian. In their first interview with the western media since the US-British invasion of 2003, leaders of three of the insurgent groups - responsible for thousands of attacks
  5. Turkish troop build-up worries Iraq Hoshyar Zebari, Iraq's foreign minister, says that Turkey has amassed thousands of troops on its border and has called on Ankara to give it more time to deal with Kurdish separatists. Turkey's army has been urging the government to send troops into Iraq to combat Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) fighters who use the region as a base for attacks. Zebari said: "Relations with Turkey are still good but there's a huge build up in our view. Our intelligence assessment is that there's 140,000 troops and they've been there for quite some time." Baghdad and the United
  6. I want them togather, but when Abu Amar was martyrd, Fateh became a shadow of what it was, as he was the glue that kept the organization togather, now it is a tool of the USA and Israel, and my father was member of the fedayeen during the 80s in lebanon, so I like Fateh, and I have many Fateh member friends, but I don't like the corupt Dahlan nor the corupt Abbas who are tools of Ohmert and the Knesset.
  7. The guy who put this up must of made a mistake or really he probely was an ignorant zionist who does not know arabic and wanted to make propaganda against hamas, because this is clearly Fateh.
  8. http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3dd_1182376498 The first scene shows a pointed metal stick pushed into a prisoner’s spine, the prisoner is groaning of the pain, asking the jailer for mercy. Then we hear the jailer asking the prisoners "Who is your master ?" and all the prisoners answer together "Samih". The full name of "Samih" is Samih Al Madhoun, head of Muhammad Dahlan’s death squads in Gaza. He kidnapped these prisoners and he is perhaps the person who is torturing the prisoners in this video. Samih Al Madhoun was killed on last June 14 ago when he was trying to escape from Gaza via the sea
  9. Abbas asks for international troops in Gaza PARIS, (PIC)-- PA chief Mahmoud Abbas has called for the deployment of international forces in the Gaza Strip in preparation for holding early general elections. Abbas, addressing a press conference along with French external affairs minister Bernard Kouchner in Paris Friday night, said that he informed Israeli premier Ehud Olmert of his proposal. He said that he also conveyed his idea to French president Nicolas Sarkozy and UN secretary general Ban Key-moon. For his part, the French minister said that the idea would be studied, but he opined that d
  10. And I am a citizen in a "western" country and have a voice, and I am not a little fascist dog who tries to silence one with the excuss if you diagree with me go back to were you came from.
  11. Mabey Britan and some of these western governments should outlaw the sex shops and the sexualiy perverted befor they thing on messing with the muslim women.
  12. Afghan air strike kills dozens An air assault by Nato-led forces has killed at least 25 Afghan civilians, police officials said. Twelve members of one family were believed to have been killed in the joint Afghan-foreign forces strike in Helmand province on Thursday night. Up to 20 Taliban fighters were also among the dead. Nato said its forces called in air strikes after being attacked by Taliban fighters using a compound north of Lashkar Gah. Nato's International Security Assistance Force issued a statement saying it was "investigating reports that a small number of civilians may also have
  13. Despite its reputation as a model of democracy in the non-Western world, India is in fact a country with serious human-rights problems, with many of the victims being Muslim. The continuing practice of extra-judicial killings ("encounter killings" in police parlance) has once again come to the fore in India with reports of the killing of one Suhrabudheen Sheikh, followed by the killing and burning of his wife Kausarbi in Gujarat, where a BJP government is in power, led by Narendra Modi. The Gujarat state government has already admitted these deaths in court. Now it has also come out that th
  14. New York, Asharq Al-Awsat-Sheikh Khalid al-Mullah, chairman of the Sunni Scholars Association in Basra, has called for a dialogue between Sunni and Shiite scholars with the aim of putting an end to the sectarian violence in Iraq, and "consolidating fraternity and amicability among the Iraqis." Sheikh Al-Mullah, who participated in the conference organized last week by New York University in collaboration with the Al-Hakim Organization and the Religions for Peace Organization, believes that the religious element is one of the most prominent factors of the current crisis in Iraq. The following
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