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North Korea threatens 'sacred war' with the South

There are 10 comments on the edition.cnn.com story from Dec 23, 2010, titled North Korea threatens 'sacred war' with the South. In it, edition.cnn.com reports that:

North Korea threatened Thursday to launch a "sacred war" after South Korea completed large military exercises near the volatile inter-Korean border.

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Dr Mohammed AL-Saedi

Turku, Finland

#1 Dec 23, 2010
Response of the Islamic Emirate in Reaction to the UNO Recent Report on Civilian Casualties.

Thursday, 23 December

The United Nations Organization has claimed in its recent report that, the graph of civilian casualties in Afghanistan has spiraled up by 20% in the first ten months of the current year in comparison to the same period last year. The report is one among series of reports released in this regard.

The UN has not given information about the credibility of the original sources of the data but added that in the current year, 2412 civilians have been killed in battles in Afghanistan, 76% by Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate ( as per their claim)

This partial and politically-motivated report of the United Nations has been published in a time that the UNO is yet to respond to the reservations and concerns raised by the Islamic Emirate regarding the UN reports on civilian casualties. Ironically, the UNO has been continuing to publish such reports for the past years, accusing Mujahideen of having committed civilian casualties. The Islamic Emirate believes, these repots are politically- motivated and tailored to meet the interests of America. So its has demanded an investigation to find out the veracity of the reports. Unfortunately, the UNO has constantly been publishing baseless reports and is not ready to take steps to substantiate their credibility and trustworthiness.

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Dr Mohammed AL-Saedi

Turku, Finland

#2 Dec 23, 2010
KCNA Blasts American Lawmakers' Outbursts

Pyongyang, December 22 (KCNA)-- Ros-Lehtinen, member of the U.S. House of Representatives, called for taking "strong counteraction" and relisting the DPRK as a "sponsor of terrorism," while terming it a "rogue regime".

This is intolerable as it is malignant vituperation against the dignified DPRK and its system.

Ros, man representing the U.S. conservative hard-liners, is human scum as he earned ill-fame as an anti-communist fanatic.

e is a political illiterate ignorant of the background against which the nuclear issue cropped up on the Korean Peninsula and the processes to settle it.

It is natural to hear such rubbish from him.

What should not go unnoticed, however, is that he let loose vituperation against the DPRK soon after he became chairman of the House International Relations Committee.

It is quite clear that he would escalate the anti-DPRK campaign in Congress and political arena.

In fact, such moves have come to the fore.

Senator John McCain said that he would make new Congress commencing its work next year immediately relist the DPRK as a "state sponsor of terrorism" and apply financial and other sanctions against it.

The U.S. State Department, echoing the outpourings of conservative forces, clarified that it would tighten sanctions against illegal financial activities of the DPRK in a recent four-year diplomatic progress review report.

The above-said reckless remarks made by the U.S. against the DPRK, raising a hue and cry over the military clash on Yonphyong Island and its nuclear activities for peaceful purposes are despicable conspiratorial acts which can be committed only by those who stoop to any infamy to meet their political and military purposes.

It was not "a sort of reward" granted to the DPRK that the preceding U.S. administration delisted the DPRK as a "sponsor of terrorism." It was done on the principle of "action for action" stipulated in the September 19 joint statement on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

No one has a ground to say this or that about it.

The U.S. conservative hardliners, however, are crying out for relisting the DPRK as a "state sponsor of terrorism". This is a despicable bid to check the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

The army and people of the DPRK will never pardon Ros and his group.

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petronius maximus

Croatia

#3 Dec 23, 2010
north koea have not chance against us army and south korean army. in case war it would be gulf war 1991 scenario. 15-20 days intense attacks superior american and south korea air force f22, f35, b2, f15, f16, f18, tomohawks to destroy north korea sistem defence, tanks, artilery position, bunkers, bridges and other infrastrukture. then us and south korean armored units under cover air force and artillery cross north korean border and for 10-15 days capture north kroea teritory and enter to pyongyang. in the same time start rebelion by some north korean soldiers and civilians and they easier progress for south korean and us army. at the end in chaos dynasti kim fall down. it is scenaria we have seen in iraq it would bi in north korea. north korea officials know for this scenario so they dont want total war, they just bluffing about big war or nuclear war. who care about always the sam bluffs by north korea.
HeadCheese

Decatur, GA

#4 Dec 23, 2010
We have to support our North Korea allies.

-Sarah and Kate + 8....you're future Pres and V.P...and 8 staff memebers
NW Hominid

Auburn, WA

#5 Dec 23, 2010
Nomo love utes long long time...
questioner

United States

#6 Dec 23, 2010
HeadCheese wrote:
We have to support our North Korea allies.
-Sarah and Kate + 8....you're future Pres and V.P...and 8 staff memebers
Well said ms Palin.

(imagine here with a gun ... best to stay away from Alaska)
Paul Robison

Houston, TX

#7 Dec 23, 2010
You're only HALF right. I believe North would launch Taepodong-2 missiles at US mainland and kill many people in the US prior to defeat.
Don

Junction City, KS

#8 Dec 23, 2010
N.K. still has big brother to protect them (Red China)
HeadCheese

Decatur, GA

#9 Dec 23, 2010
HeadCheese wrote:
We have to support our North Korea allies.
-Sarah and Kate + 8....you're future Pres and V.P...and 8 staff memebers
LOL..repeating Palins comments get me rated as nuts.

I couldn't agree more.

Since: Dec 07

Mabank, TX

#11 Dec 24, 2010
HeadCheese wrote:
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LOL..repeating Palins comments get me rated as nuts.
I couldn't agree more.
What is nuts is the fact you're always focused on Palin and there are some other conservatives coming up from behind that are going to bite you on the ass. Ouch! Stay tuned.

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