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Schrodinger

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Schrodinger last won the day on August 18 2011

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  1. Whoever would change his mind based on what a leader says rather than judging the actions and intention of someone, deserves condemnation themselves. You've milked this situation for all its worth. ***
  2. He's just angry that his green card was cancelled due to poor performance on forums. :( (Oh wait no, he's already received his green card, he just has to work off the debt lol)
  3. BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZT Wrong. Including only native Syrians, it's 70% Muslim and that includes Alawis. Go away Indian fitnah seeder.
  4. http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.php?nn=9006080199 Lebanese Politician: Kidnapped Shiite Cleric Still Alive in Libya TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iran-born Lebanese Shiite cleric and leader, Imam Musa al-Sadr, is alive and in the prisons of former Libyan dictator Muammar al-Qaddafi, a Lebanese politician said. "We have been in contact with Libyan opposition and revolutionaries during recent years, and they emphasized that Imam Musa Sadr is alive… but believed he has been frequently transferred to different prisons in Libya," member of the Lebanese Amal Movement Khalil Hamdan said on Wednesday. He stressed the significance of following up Sadr's case "with patience and precision," and stated, "Based on the latest information, we believe that he is definitely alive". The top Amal official expressed hope that the cleric would be released in the near future thanks to further efforts by Iranian and Lebanese officials and his family, MNA reported. Earlier, the Iranian parliament had also said that it planned to dispatch a team to Libya to probe into the fate of Sadr. Al-Sadr an Iranian-born Lebanese philosopher spent many years of his life in Lebanon as a religious and political leader, before he went missing during a trip to Libya at the invitation of Muammar al-Qaddafi. In August 1978, al-Sadr departed for Libya with two companions to meet officials of Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi's government. They were never heard from again, and many believe they met with foul play at the hands of Qaddafi. Former Libyan regime consistently denied responsibility, claiming that al-Sadr and his companions left Libya for Italy in 1978. However, others claim that al-Sadr is still alive and is being held in a secret jail in Libya. Rome has persistently said that Sadr never arrived in Italy on the alleged flight.
  5. Confirmed Indian Hindu pretending to be Muslim to start problems between our people.
  6. We can definitely retaliate and create a mess for these channels... don't forget they're filled with our spies.
  7. Seriously, you're highly opinionated and extremely ignorant. Kindly be silent or give us something substantial to discuss.
  8. Gigs up, I hope the people pushing the fantasy around are bored of it so the adults in the room can discuss what kind of retaliation Syria should push for due to this attempt to destroy our country.
  9. http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2011/08/31/164822.html This was NOT the response from Syria, it's more likely Bahrain was jamming the signal over the coverage of the on-going carnage over there.
  10. Snipped to reveal the truth. Spoiler: we don't care. Kindly go away.
  11. Bashar and all of Syria pray that God helps us out of this demonic plot aiming to destroy the fabric of our society. I'm glad I met a lot of Iranians working in Asia and know their stance is pure of heart and resistant. Bright future ahead for Iran as long as the revolution is protected.
  12. Dude, did you even bother reading his links? You're making statements flying directly OPPOSED to the research showing our haplogroup is older and related to the west. HAVE YOU EVEN BEEN TO OUR NATIONS? Our dialect is easier to understand, more pleasant to the ear and chooses words of western influence (ancient) rather than Arab desert dweller influence. You just said: I have problems with people shoving pan-Arabism down my throat and so do most Lebanese people. Syrian people are coming around gradually. There's no turning back now. Time to destroy any links to the Arab scum.
  13. Let's ignore science, close our eyes and shout pan-Arabism. imagine pan-Americanism, where Mexico, Canada, USA, Jamaica and other states combine due to cultural bonds. LOL. I'm voting SSNP unless Ba'ath changes its Arabist stance.
  14. Good to see our Iranian brothers aren't falling for this plot! It's a different story on irandefense.net, but I guess these guys are the exiles or something?
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