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  1. Good for the women. Hopefully they killed and will continue to kill a lot of the ISIS swine that the Mid-East countries don't seem to be able to deal with on their own.
  2. Strong women can save the Middle East! http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2782092/Mystery-surrounds-fate-Kurdish-female-fighter-poster-girl-reports-emerge-killed-bullet-avoid-taken-hostage-ISIS.html A Kurdish woman fighting Islamic State militants carried out a suicide bomb attack to slow their advance on a besieged Syrian town, it was claimed today. Deilar Kanj Khamis, known by the nom de guerre Arin Mirkan, blew herself up at an IS position east of the border town, killing ten jihadists. It was the first known case of a female Kurdish fighter carrying out a suicide bomb against IS.
  3. As a self-proclaimed American you should have some belief in the US Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution. "We hold these truths that all people are created equal and are endowed by their creator with some inalienable rights, among them are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed." America's founding documents created a largely secular state that allows the "pursuit of happiness" among many other things. Making pornographic movies is not illegal, just as deve
  4. Living in America is safer than in many less developed countries, but less so than in most other advanced economies. The largest proportion of people that are murdered are not Muslims, Sikhs or Hindus, they are economically disadvantaged black people, killed by other economically disadvantaged black people in poor neighborhoods throughout the US. Most Americans do not stand for the type of hate that is indicated in the AlJazeera editorial above. She will be tried and hopefully never live free again. I'd like to know what proportion of Christian haters, women haters and Shia haters in the Mi
  5. What planet do all these Assad apologists come from? Just because someone was my friend years ago, does not mean they will remain that way forever. Hitler may have been a nice youth (purely speculation), but as an adult he turned into a monster. Assad was not willing to work with others and cede power, perhaps if he had, things would not have gotten as out of hand as they have. Most of the world (including many formerly in his inner circle) has figured out that Ass ad does not govern by the consent of the governed and have dropped their support for him in favor of the insurgency. Iran wou
  6. Christianlady..very brave to deal with this much ignorance (largely due to uninformed people posting here) in one place!
  7. Roachy, of course you can be mad at someone. Killing other people that had nothing to do with the movie is just silly. To get a sense of how the Western World views this tragegy, do a Google search on the following terms "No One Murdered Because Of This Image" on a short article published by the Onion. The people that attacked the embassy showed no discipline or ability to control their impulses. I would think those qualities would be considered bad by most religions.
  8. I don't think the voice of the US (based on Secretary Clinton's statement below) is very different on this. I guess I don't fully understand Ayatollah Khamenie's role and stature, but why isn't has using this opportunity to restrain against the violence that this movie sparked? Is his apparent silence on that issue suggesting the he as a leader of Islam quietly supports the violence? http://news.yahoo.com/secretary-clinton-delivers-powerful-religion-speech-middle-east-034054319--abc-news-politics.html First they came for the Jews and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew. Then they cam
  9. They Syrian government has no legitimacy. Being a supporter/supported by their Iranian stooges does not give them a right to kill thousands of their own citizens in their bloodthirsty grab for power. The people of Syria deserve freedom from Iranian, anti-democratic mingling and from their deadly home grown regime.
  10. Syria is being ruined by an unjust, unelected dictator that is killing thousands of his own people to keep his grip on power. Period. Will things get better when Bashar is sent the way of the Shah, Hussein and Gaddafi? Hard to say as the military is very strong and well-organized. It depends on if the military respects the will of the people or (like the anti-Revolutionary Guard in Iran) they look out for their own political and financial interests and seek to gain at the expense of the population. It is also possible that for some period there is a power struggle between a variety of fac
  11. Titimu, this is a pretty good, nuanced argument unlike those of most of the Qud & anti-Revolutionary Guard stooges are always making on Shiachat. It doesn't change that 9/11 was planned and carried out by Muslims, but it does tell a more complete story. The US made some big mistakes in who it supported in the past. It had the simple belief that "my enemies' enemies are my friends." Didn't work out well for the US (and won't work out well for those nations trying that today). Muslimy Muslim, Akritas' advice sounds solid. Your friend (or ex-friend?) has a belief held by many Westerners.
  12. I'm not watching the video, but if Mahtir said that he is a poor leader and probably put on Chemicals by Al Quaeda. American had been attacked by Muslims before 9/11 (e.g., Kenya) and these buffoons had also previously tried to bomb NYC in the 90's but failed so it's not surprising that someone in US Congress would talk about these threats in 1999. I saw the following posted on another site: I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve. Naval Marshall General Isoroku Yamamoto Many people say Americans have short memories. I say the members of al
  13. The Syrian regime is a murderous regime that is not governing by the consent of its people. It has now resorted to Iranian tactics of murdering peaceful protestors, including little children, in order to lengthen its illegitimate hold on power. It is time for Syria's people to be free of the swine ruling, but not leading them. It is overdue for Iran's people to be free of the swine ruling them as well. The freedom that Tunisians, Egyptians, Israelis and other soon to be democratic states have will expand (hopefully soon) to include Syria, Bahrain, Iran and of course Saudi Arabia. We take th
  14. Ok, I misread your point on the Russian Theaters. The rest of my point stands. You are a perfect example of a lot that is wrong with Muslims and Islam. Really? Do you also compare Jesus to underprivileged people that happen to grow up to become violent criminals? If all those groups have more to do with Bin Laden than they do with Rusdie, they are all in trouble - but I don't think they do. In some places actions speak louder than words. Rushdie WROTE a lot of books, one of which had a dream sequence that was very offensive to devoted Muslims as it put the prophet in a bad light. Osam
  15. Satyaban...that is priceless. Thanks for sharing...ignore the party poopers! Right on! I suspect a lot of the folks that make these arguments have never had the benefit of formal eduction or grappled with math or logic. The swine is dead and hopefully pictures will be out soon! I hope they took pictures of his tiny, tiny manhood and post that as well...nice to humiliate Al Quaida.
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