Iran is harbouring bin-Laden according to intelligence sources

Jun 8, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Karachi News.Net

Israeli intelligence claims that al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and his top deputies have been living in a town in northeastern Iran for the past five years.

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Sadly, a global confrontation with muslims is here. We've been swatting them away for years and have only emboldened them. Jimmy Carter started it by leaving the hostages in Iran for over a year. We are partly to blame too. Mixed messages from govts all over the world regarding burqas hasn't helped. I think our PC lamestream media is the chief culprit. While they seem to be quick at pointing out the West's shortcomings they fail regularly to expose the violent actions like this attempt to break the blockade masquerading as a peace mission. I don't doubt the people of muslim world care about the palestinians, but it's clear they despise the Israeli's far more. Armageddon is a hill in the Bekaa valley, and it's right around the corner unless our leaders wise up. Start by bombing the Iranian nuke sites immediately.
listen shit for braqin !! ARMAGEDON IS TODAYS ISRAEL NOT IN BEKKA
VALLEY.!!!?, well they can bomb iran they have been talking about it for eons BUT you will be paying 50 dollers a galon !! listen shit head !!? bomb did not win any war (Vietnam an example)!!?
it just makes alliranians united non muslim as I with the real zealots of shiiah hordes!! there is a line of 5 to 10 miles
going in and out of persian sea closeLY passing hormoz island and yOu can see the line of ships passing through from iranian shores ! a hovitzer would do it or rpg ! listen stupid war is easy to start to end it it takes a real effort .
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just keep jew as friend !!!??? turk bad! persian bad! Aabi semite bad(bad cousin of the choosen jew !!??) well! America just need to have the jew folks they already given the key to them and they shall nver get it back ? who can get anything back from the jewish folks !!!!??/ i hope the reasonable jewish folks stop the fascist natzi storm troopers of israel.
man... there is so much you don't know.
i think it's great that you feel like your 6 year old level of vocabulary is good enough to argue with people in a foreign language. i can almost understand what you're trying to say. it's really unfortunate that your education seems to be limited to slander and inuendo regarding jews, rather than dealing with real facts. unfortunately, this always seems to be the case with muslims. the education they get in their own countries is slander, lies, and politics. they never seem to wake up to that.

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listen shit for braqin !! ARMAGEDON IS TODAYS ISRAEL NOT IN BEKKA
VALLEY.!!!?, well they can bomb iran they have been talking about it for eons BUT you will be paying 50 dollers a galon !! listen shit head !!? bomb did not win any war (Vietnam an example)!!?
it just makes alliranians united non muslim as I with the real zealots of shiiah hordes!! there is a line of 5 to 10 miles
going in and out of persian sea closeLY passing hormoz island and yOu can see the line of ships passing through from iranian shores ! a hovitzer would do it or rpg ! listen stupid war is easy to start to end it it takes a real effort .
Ar means hill. Megiddo is in Bekaa. If you think the US would be dumb enough to start a war with Iran without securing that vital sea lane you need to read a history as well as a geography book. What really sucks is we don't want to kill another few hundred thousand muslims in Iran. Our young men and women want to play beer pong and listen to Green Day. It's Iran that has brought us here with their lying. Everyone knows the nukes are not for peaceful purposes. Oil prices rise all the time, but I don't think it will get close to $50/gal. the UN is to blame too. This corrupt, toothless organizations has watched wars, genocides, and all types of international malfeasance, and yet manages to put the most egregious culprits on their leading boards. Looks like we'll add Iran to the long list of countries that f@cked with the bull and got the horns.
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iranian wrote:
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listen shit for braqin !! ARMAGEDON IS TODAYS ISRAEL NOT IN BEKKA
VALLEY.!!!?, well they can bomb iran they have been talking about it for eons BUT you will be paying 50 dollers a galon !! listen shit head !!? bomb did not win any war (Vietnam an example)!!?
it just makes alliranians united non muslim as I with the real zealots of shiiah hordes!! there is a line of 5 to 10 miles
going in and out of persian sea closeLY passing hormoz island and yOu can see the line of ships passing through from iranian shores ! a hovitzer would do it or rpg ! listen stupid war is easy to start to end it it takes a real effort .
if you had just written your last sentence and not all the garbage before it, you would have made your point better.
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the iranians aren't shielding the taliban, they're shielding al qeada. the taliban is a religious organization with political objectives, al qeada is a political organization (or wishes it was) that uses religion as a tool to control people. anyone that's ever paid any great attention to the rantings of senior al qeada members could tell you that they are barely able to communicate in religious terms. they are just islamist socialist politcal hacks.
as to why iran would help al qeada, i'll give you a few quotes;
"the enemy of my enemy is my friend."
"fear makes for strange bedfellows."
the fact that al qeada isn't a religious organization makes them that much easier for iran to work with them.
Are you that dishonest or that wilfully uninformed?

Al Qaeda is a sunni muslim organization. It is the one promoting the "caliphate" of worldwide muslim domination, since you obviously can't be bothered reading a newspaper.
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lol here we go ANOTHER lie to now engage Iran . Granted after we do not catch Osama there we will clain he is in another country and continue on our war mongering ways.

I am starting to miss Dick Cheney over Obama who I sadly campaigned for .
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its not awonder for osama bin laden to be in iran, birds of the same feathers fly togeter.
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its not awonder for osama bin laden to in iran, birds of the same feathers fly together.
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Are you that dishonest or that wilfully uninformed?
Al Qaeda is a sunni muslim organization. It is the one promoting the "caliphate" of worldwide muslim domination, since you obviously can't be bothered reading a newspaper.
al qeada is not a 'sunni' organization. it's not a religious organization. it's focus and it's goals ALL have to do with economics and socio-politics. like many, you'e made the mistake of confusing the origins of it's founders with the goals of the organization. ahmedinijad is well aware that it is a secular islamist organization, and that it will take as an ally any muslim with money to support it.
as a general rule, i read 3-4 newspapers a day (wall street journal, new york times, washington post, and a local paper). I also follow wire service feeds via internet, and catch BBC world service on either radio or tv depending where i am. i also tend to catch NPR programing at some point during the day. i've also got degrees in both political science and religion. your assertion that i'm not very well informed misses the mark GREATLY.

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man... there is so much you don't know.
i think it's great that you feel like your 6 year old level of vocabulary is good enough to argue with people in a foreign language. i can almost understand what you're trying to say. it's really unfortunate that your education seems to be limited to slander and inuendo regarding jews, rather than dealing with real facts. unfortunately, this always seems to be the case with muslims. the education they get in their own countries is slander, lies, and politics. they never seem to wake up to that.
Can you read farsi? If not then STFU!

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al qeada is not a 'sunni' organization. it's not a religious organization. it's focus and it's goals ALL have to do with economics and socio-politics. like many, you'e made the mistake of confusing the origins of it's founders with the goals of the organization. ahmedinijad is well aware that it is a secular islamist organization, and that it will take as an ally any muslim with money to support it.
as a general rule, i read 3-4 newspapers a day (wall street journal, new york times, washington post, and a local paper). I also follow wire service feeds via internet, and catch BBC world service on either radio or tv depending where i am. i also tend to catch NPR programing at some point during the day. i've also got degrees in both political science and religion. your assertion that i'm not very well informed misses the mark GREATLY.
I recommend the Drudge Report. It has links to all the papers you mention, plus numerous others from around the world. It's free too. If you really like a paper you should subscribe to support them. Wash Post and NY Times have nearly identical stories though as they share ownership with the Boston Globe. I agree you get more from the print, but it saves a tree too.
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Can you read farsi? If not then STFU!
oh, farsi is all that matters?
i can do english, and spanish, and italian, and french, and greek (modern and koine), a little hebrew, and i'm passable in arabic (egytian arabic), and not bad with hieroglyphs, a little rusty with demotic... probably something else i'm forgetting...
if i'd only known that farsi is all that matters!
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I recommend the Drudge Report. It has links to all the papers you mention, plus numerous others from around the world. It's free too. If you really like a paper you should subscribe to support them. Wash Post and NY Times have nearly identical stories though as they share ownership with the Boston Globe. I agree you get more from the print, but it saves a tree too.
i've not read drudge because i thought he was mostly involved with celebrity gossip, which is something i avoid as completely as i can.

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i've not read drudge because i thought he was mostly involved with celebrity gossip, which is something i avoid as completely as i can.
There's a lot of that crap too unfortunately, and I agree it diminishes my view of journalism in general. I admit I started going to it during the Lewinsky thing. That said, it's the most viewed website by journalists themselves.

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oh, farsi is all that matters?
i can do english, and spanish, and italian, and french, and greek (modern and koine), a little hebrew, and i'm passable in arabic (egytian arabic), and not bad with hieroglyphs, a little rusty with demotic... probably something else i'm forgetting...
if i'd only known that farsi is all that matters!
In your case it matters, since you were lambasting that guy whose English is obviously his second or even third language, just because his grammar and spelling wasn't up to your uber standards.
If you think you have intelligence and not just a gigantic ego, you should have known this, and Btw are the upper-case letters missing from your keyboard?
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In your case it matters, since you were lambasting that guy whose English is obviously his second or even third language, just because his grammar and spelling wasn't up to your uber standards.
If you think you have intelligence and not just a gigantic ego, you should have known this, and Btw are the upper-case letters missing from your keyboard?
it wasn't the spelling, although or the grammar necessarily. it had more to do with composition and your method of failing to completely express an idea before moving on to the next. i was actually fairly impressed with your ability to argue in a language that's not your own. i think i mentioned that, although you might not have understood my intent.
the lower case letters only thing is something of a hold-over from the old internet days. because the internet doesn't have any means of expression to communicate things like sarcasm, or shouting, or emphasis, it used to be somewhat common to do everything in lower case letters unless you really wanted to emphasize a point. typing in all upper case was referred to as shouting. i don't think it's as much of a 'thing' as it used to be. when i'm typing from my phone, it actually corrects me, so i can't do all lower case.
i've argued in spanish before (with girlfriends... didn't work out so well) and 'discussed' in greek (my father in law is greek... i'm always VERY careful with that one!), i might have given a few insults in italian (well earned of course), and negotiated prices in arabic (not very well). i know it's not easy! that's actually one of the things that becomes clear when you travel a lot and really try to spend some time in a foreign country... people ARE NOT the same wherever you go. there is a certain fundamental humanity, but culture really makes a difference. people in different cultures asses their values VERY differently.
this is a key mistake i see made by supporters of the palestinians. they assume that palestinians think and act as they, themselves do. it causes them to asses situations they see in the news in ways that are not reflective of the ACTUAL situation. I do not think that most people are capable of grasping the actual situation in israel/judaea/samaria/gaza, etc. without actually going there and seeing it first hand.
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There's a lot of that crap too unfortunately, and I agree it diminishes my view of journalism in general. I admit I started going to it during the Lewinsky thing. That said, it's the most viewed website by journalists themselves.
i'll give it a look. i've been checking huffington post from time to time, it can hardly be worse than that.
i miss the days when there were real hard news outlets, before rupert murdock convinced everyone that even news was entertainment.
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oh, farsi is all that matters?
i can do english, and spanish, and italian, and french, and greek (modern and koine), a little hebrew, and i'm passable in arabic (egytian arabic), and not bad with hieroglyphs, a little rusty with demotic... probably something else i'm forgetting...
if i'd only known that farsi is all that matters!
What is egyption Arabic? is it like oxford English. koseomach moron
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What is egyption Arabic?
it's a dialect. the professor who taught me arabic was from cairo. when i was in egypt i had no problems understanding people and they had no problems understanding me. i have been other places where arabic is spoken and spoken with arabic speakers here in the US and some of them are hard for me to understand (although they usually seem to understand what i'm saying).
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ami wrote:
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koseomach moron
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this is something that is exceedingly impolite. i'm not going to translate it. and it's nothing that a person would learn in school. you could really have picked ANYTHING and it would have been better than this. i guess it shows the quality of your intellect that this is the best thing you could think of.

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