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If You Are Human, Do Not Support The Syrian Regime

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In which case you two should be holding hands, the evil Persians are coming remember.

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lol, They talk about it openly in Israel; the zion,saudi alliance, it wont be long before the Saudis start freely admitting it aswell through words not just actions

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I know you guys will not be able to understand this, but the Iranian regime likes to interfere in everyone's affairs. They want to spread their Qom ideology. If they were to just mind their own business, there wouldn't be people worrying all over. Look how many countries Iran is interfering with, both with arms and Qom ideology.

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Morphed, all of your posts are designed to instigate Muslim-Muslim fighting and put down the Palestinians. You definitely sound like an Israeli or someone who has relatives in Israel. I think your time is better spent on JDate

You definitely sound like an islamist or someone who has relatives in the islamist mindset. I think your time is better spent in those activities that require less thinking.

Im actually glad israel contols the entire american govt, let the idiots run each other into the ground.

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Stereotypical islamist banter.

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I know you guys will not be able to understand this, but the Iranian regime likes to interfere in everyone's affairs. They want to spread their Qom ideology. If they were to just mind their own business, there wouldn't be people worrying all over. Look how many countries Iran is interfering with, both with arms and Qom ideology.

I agree; and not only that, both Iran and America support tyrannical regimes and have bigoted, bloodthirsty followers ( the fellow member, Schrodinger, being one of them)

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Would I pick a weapon and fight tanks and army troops entering into the city? Are you for real? Are you mad? They're the national army. The federal army. My tax dollars go to them. They came into the city to battle terrorists. Why would i pick up a gun against them?

Lol. If the Bahraini protestors had weapons, would you be against them shooting back at the army/ security forces? A yes or no would do.

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If the extermination of Arabs is thus desirable, we'll expect you lead by example and initiate said extermination. Please don't allow us to believe that you are just bluster, hot air and a stereotypical wannabe teenager.

It takes time, but the cards are being set up on the table. Thanks to "democracy" in Syria it will be here closer than ever. You will see what I mean soon. The Arab's days of riding around in their SUVs, living on oil in their land is going to be over.

Lol. If the Bahraini protestors had weapons, would you be against them shooting back at the army/ security forces? A yes or no would do.

Dumbass, they used the Saudi military for PRECISELY that reason. God you people are retarded.

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Organization of the Islamic Conference (Muslim nations from Morocco to Indonesia united against the Syrian regime)

OIC Ready to play a Role in Resolution of Syrian Crisis

Date: 13/08/2011

Prof. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation reaffirmed today what he had often expressed in earlier statements as to his deep concern over the continued use of excessive military force by the Syrian Security in the face of the Syrian citizens demonstrating peacefully to demand a greater measure of democracy, political freedom and economic and social justice.

The Secretary General stressed in his remarks that this kind of approach that has been used over the past several months in dealing with public demands has proven its failure to contain the crisis. Rather, it has led to further loss of lives and an even more complicated domestic situation with all the negative impact on the regional and international opinion whose rejection of this approach has been gaining momentum.

The Secretary General exhorts the Syrian leadership to exercise the highest level of restraint through an immediate halt of the use of force to quell the public demonstrations and through engaging in a dialogue with all the forces in Syria in order to reach an agreement on steps in favour of satisfactory and early reforms.

The Secretary General expressed the OIC’s readiness to play some role in this framework, being convinced that dialogue is the only safe option through which the overwhelming crisis could be contained such as to spare Syria the danger of slipping towards an internal abyss and such as to avert the swelling international anger at this kind of approach.

The Secretary General pointed out that the noble Islamic faith lays a particular stress on the inviolability of human life in all circumstances, and expressed the hope, once again, that the current Ramadan blessed days of fasting would offer inspiration and motivation for the Syrian leadership to see to an early halt to the bloodshed and brutality used against the citizens and to respond positively to the legitimate demands of their people.

http://www.oic-oci.o...l.asp?t_id=5569

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Analysis: Syria and the 'Saudi Dawn'

Saudi Arabia's sharp condemnation of Syria signals it is no longer willing to wait for Washington to take the lead in the Mideast.

by Gavriel Queenann

Published: 14/08/11, 9:10 AM

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As the Obama administration appears reticent and issues tepid condemnations on world events, Saudi Arabia has become bolder in its strategy for dealing with the turmoil in the Mideast.

No longer willing to wait for Washington's cue, the Saudis are aggressively trying to influence the regional turmoil and boost its twin goals — protect fellow royal houses and isolate its rival, Iran.

The more decisive Saudi policies by King Abdullah were on full display last week as he took the lead among Arab nations by yanking his ambassador from Syria and demanding an "end to the killing machine" of President Bashar Al Assad's regime in a startlingly strong condemnation of Damascus' bloody suppression of protesters.

It was the first time Saudi Arabia has weighed in publicly on Syria's upheaval — and demonstrated the Saudis' willingness to shift gears dramatically as needed if their interests, and those of their fellow Arab monarchies, require it.

To date Saudi Arabia has been the region's pro-status quo, anti-Arab Spring power.

The reason for the shift, of course, is Iran. For the Saudis, the revolt in Syria is a chance to strike at one of the key pillars of Iran's regional influence.

Golden Opportunity

"Saudi Arabia sees this as a golden opportunity to further chip away at Iran's influence in the Arab Middle East and also ... to change the strategic map," Theodore Karasik, a regional affairs expert at the Dubai-based Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis, said.

"This is going to make your foreign policy more robust and aggressive," he said of the Saudis.

But that doesn't come without some potential complications for Saudi Arabia. Stronger Saudi policies open the risks of friction with Washington, which is Saudi Arabia's main arms supplier and had counted on Saudi support to push US interests in the Arab world.

Analysts say there is virtually no chance of a serious rift, and US and Saudi officials are on the same page on other pivotal showdowns, such as efforts to get Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down after months of protest and bloodshed.

Saudi Dawn

But Saudi Arabia's short term reliance and alliance with the US may not be in King Abdullah's long-term plans, especially in light of the Obama administration's open desire for the United States to step back from being the global engine and leave "allies" to lead in their regions.

The Saudis, who play a pivotal and driving role in the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council, are at the heart of efforts to transform the GCC into a unified diplomatic and military confederation to counter Iran's influence and rise to being the regions primary power player.

The GCC, comprised of the Gulf's six Sunni Arab monarchies, has also moved to include the world's remaining two Arab monarchies -- Jordan and Morocco -- as King Abdullah has actively sought to solidify GCC alliances with his royal houses via royal marriages.

The Obama administration may find its own reluctance to take decisive action has given rise to the Saudi dawn.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SK4Nt1geAFw

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Let me make this clear to you simpleton. HizbAllah is deeply inbetted in our hearts and souls. The us and zionist entity can kill as much as they want but they can never take the resistance out of our hearts. America has been slaughtering millions the past decade or so. Scientist proved that 9/11 was a controlled demolition. You keep saying the war on terror is racing forward but even Richard cheney admits its a lie. America is the biggest terrorist in human history, and they will eventually get caught up and collapse like the roman empire did.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNXRLD3VSiU

AMERICA IS THE TRUE TERRORIST, THEY ATTACKED THEMSELVES AND BLAMED IT ON OTHERS IN COLLUSION WITH MOSSAD. FALSE FLAG MISSION WAS 9/11 AND HERE IS ANOTHER SLIP OF THE TONGUE

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Iraq was a lie and if you count the gulf war with the 2003 lie, thats 2.5million dead iraqis. Now america and its buisness alies in nato are lying about iran and syria. WE DONT FORGET THE TRUTH.

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It takes time, but the cards are being set up on the table. Thanks to "democracy" in Syria it will be here closer than ever. You will see what I mean soon. The Arab's days of riding around in their SUVs, living on oil in their land is going to be over.

As I thought, you're a goofy teenager who issues threats from behind the safety of your mommy's computer

Iraq was a lie and if you count the gulf war with the 2003 lie, thats 2.5million dead iraqis. Now america and its buisness alies in nato are lying about iran and syria. WE DONT FORGET THE TRUTH.

I always find it hilarious to read the posts of silly wannabes who launch these juvenile tirades against the Great Satan while they are safely ensconced (and exploiting all the benefits of) the Great Satan.

AMERICA IS THE TRUE TERRORIST, THEY ATTACKED THEMSELVES AND BLAMED IT ON OTHERS IN COLLUSION WITH MOSSAD. FALSE FLAG MISSION WAS 9/11 AND HERE IS ANOTHER SLIP OF THE TONGUE

What a silly islamist!

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Lol. If the Bahraini protestors had weapons, would you be against them shooting back at the army/ security forces? A yes or no would do.

yes, no civil war in bahrain.

SAUDI IDEOLOGY BEING PLAYED OUT IN THE REGION. SUNNI KILLING SUNNI. THE SAME TYPE OF TERRORISM BEING SEEN IN SYRIA

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http://www.rasid.com/english/?act=artc&id=163

"Al-Hassan: Saudi Exports Wahhabi Violence"

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SUICIDE SAUDI INDOCTRINATED TERRORIST IN ALGERIA HAS JUST GONE TO HELL

http://www.sacbee.com/2011/08/14/3837015/suicide-bomber-attacks-algerian.html - Suicide bomber attacks Algerian police station

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SAUDI IDEOLOGY IS NOT WANTED IN THE MIDDLE EAST - PISS OFF.

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I love it. Myself against all the Lebanese Hezbollah supporters in this thread. I never give up on challenges.

If you don't support Hezbollah, you likely support israHell.

Let the battle of wits, intelligence, logic and psychological warfare begin :)

You've already lost buddy.

As I thought, you're a goofy teenager who issues threats from behind the safety of your mommy's computer

As I thought, you're a retarded twit with nothing to say. What a homosexual retard:

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/193841.html

Iran vows 'regrettable' reply to Israel

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has warned Israel and the US against launching a war on Iran, saying the Islamic Republic will give a regrettable response to any strike.

“They wish to do it, they want to do it, but they know about our power. They know that we are going to give them a decisive response,” said President Ahmadinejad in an interview with Russia Today news network on Saturday.

“We have a saying in our language: If someone throws a smaller stone (at you), you should respond with a bigger stone. We will defend ourselves within our capabilities,” he added.

However, the Iranian chief executive expressed hope that such a day will never come as there is no reason for any strike against Iran.

President Ahmadinejad emphasized that Israel has been founded for the purpose of making threats and aggression and securing the interests of the West.

He also reiterated that the entity of the Israeli regime depends on terror, occupation and aggression.

In the past 60 years, Israel has done the same thing, but finally it will look at the world map and will find out about our historical might, Ahmadinejad concluded.

Amid a standoff over Iran's nuclear program, both Tel Aviv and Washington have repeatedly threatened Tehran with the "option" of a military strike, based on the allegation that Iran's nuclear work may consist of a covert military agenda.

Iran says its nuclear program is completely peaceful and within the framework of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, to which it is a signatory.

Iranian officials have warned that any act of aggression by the US and Israel against Iran would be firmly responded to and could result in a war that would spread beyond the Middle East.

In June, former head of Israel's Mossad spy agency Meir Dagan warned that any attack on Tehran by Tel Aviv would result in a “regional war.”

"It is important to know what the outcome of an attack on Iran would be, what would happen on the day after and what situation Israel would find itself in on the international stage," he said.

"An attack on Iran would mean regional war,” stressed Dagan, urging Israeli officials to “consider all options and not to run straight for the war option.”

SF/HRF

An attack on Syria is an attack on Iran. An attack by the US, is an attack by the Gulf/Turkey/Israel. Put two and two together you stupid monkey.

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Your claim

There's no such thing as Saudi terrorists.

My response

OBL wasn't a Saudi? The Suicide Bombers in Iraq at the height of the terrorist campaign weren't Saudi?

http://www.washingto...5051401270.html

http://articles.lati...p-suicidebomb17

Your response, a Red Herring

How about the shia murder squads in Iraq? Weren't they... umm... shia?

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I know you guys will not be able to understand this, but the Iranian regime likes to interfere in everyone's affairs. They want to spread their Qom ideology. If they were to just mind their own business, there wouldn't be people worrying all over. Look how many countries Iran is interfering with, both with arms and Qom ideology.

Iran is not shy about admitting its Islamic nature and platform. Iran's business is Islam and its no secret. What you consider interference, Iran considers Islam. That might come as news to sunnis but before the region broke into pieces 100 years ago, the area was one and Islamic for more than a 1000 years.

Yes Iran has opened Rawzas in Latin America. They are not helping them with housing and sustainable development, they have opened Rawzas (madrasas) and pumping out little Spanish sheikhs. Chavez is on his way to becoming the first Latin American Ayatollah.

Look at how many countries are interfering in Iran.

And what you so callously refer to as Qom Ideology is indeed Islam. Because Qom is the head office of The Only Functioning Islamic Bureaucracy in the whole wide world.

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Dumbass, they used the Saudi military for PRECISELY that reason. God you people are retarded.

Notice how in Bahrain, the protesters didn't use weapons, they were killed only by State Police terrorists, not conventional 'civilian' terrorists. See, if they were being killed by those terrorists, it'd look bad on the government like what's happening to the Syrian government, so it never happened, not one, even though Bahrain is directly linked to the source infestation of terrorism, Saudi. It just proves the Saudi chiefs have full control over the terrorists, and they can deploy them to where ever they want to cause havoc, murder and bloodshed.

I will never forget or forgive Bandar-bin-Satan for what that dog did in the early 80's when he tried to murder Fadhlullah, instead murdering 80 Muslims in cold blood coming out of Friday prayers.

SAUDI TERROR AT THE HANDS OF BANDAR-BIN-SATAN

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WTC7 felt sorry for WTC1&2, it got depressed and killed itself.

Actually, no. It's just an excuse for goofy conspiracy theorists to launch into unfounded and ultimately, foolish flights of fantasy to excuse the islaimst ideological imperatives of gee-had.

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Oh boy that settles it! He just says no and it refutes the argument, LOL.

I would otherwise expect the stereotypical islamist prattle wherein The Zionists are blamed as opposed to facing reality which identifies islamists and islamism as those entities responsible for 9-11.

That would, of course, clash with your silly islamist inspired conspiracy theories.

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Not according to the many conspiracy theorists on this site.

I don't really care about them. There's a large percentage of US (non-muslim) citizens that think the same. That's their problem.

9/11 was committed by 19 Saudi Hijacking Terrorists.

You should Nuke Riyadh, not Baghdad.

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I don't really care about them. There's a large percentage of US (non-muslim) citizens that think the same. That's their problem.

9/11 was committed by 19 Saudi Hijacking Terrorists.

You should Nuke Riyadh, not Baghdad.

If your world view is enhanced by the nuking Riyadh, discuss that with the shia Iranian mullahs. They're endtime obsessed and the Iranian pre-fab "president" would like nothing more than to lay out the red carpet (and mass-murder millions) for the shia mahdi.

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