Iran protests condemn Israel offensive

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TEHRAN: Demonstrations against Israel's military action in Gaza and in support of Palestinians took place in Tehran and 700 other Iranian cities after Friday Muslim prayers, news agency ISNA said.

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Your right, I was not a soldier, I was a Sailor...and sorry, truth is not propaganda...and since none of you Israeli firsters have ever been able to counter the info I put out...you once again lose.
And one more time for the record..I will gladly put up my credentials against yours any day of the week.
Your nazislamist lies dont deserve anybodies time to waste. Bad muslim propaganda boy, bad.
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and in Gaza....

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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.. Quite....8:15 am August 06, 1945 , Hiroshima,
11:01 am August 09, 1945, Nagasaki,
Those were great moments in human history. God only knows how many lives were saved by defeating the Japanese so quickly and decisively by way of those actions.
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Mc Carthyism was not built on what Faith has to offer, she is clueless and hopeless.
Mac Arthur was in a stronger position than Faith he had just let 2 atomic bonds off, all Faith can do is blow her brains out, which had happened already. How sad for her.
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Mc Carthyism was not built on what Faith has to offer, she is clueless and hopeless.
Mac Arthur was in a stronger position than Faith he had just let 2 atomic bonds off, all Faith can do is blow her brains out, which had happened already. How sad for her.
American soldiers in the Pacific sometimes deliberately killed Japanese soldiers who had surrendered, according to Richard Aldrich (Professor of History at Nottingham University). Aldrich published a study of diaries kept by United States and Australian soldiers, wherein it was stated that they sometimes massacred prisoners of war.[22] According to John Dower, in "many instances ... Japanese who did become prisoners were killed on the spot or en route to prison compounds."[23] According to Professor Aldrich, it was common practice for U.S. troops not to take prisoners.[24] His analysis is supported by British historian Niall Ferguson,[25] who also says that, in 1943, "a secret [U.S.] intelligence report noted that only the promise of ice cream and three days leave would ... induce American troops not to kill surrendering Japanese."[26]

Ferguson states such practices played a role in the ratio of Japanese prisoners to dead being 1:100 in late 1944. That same year, efforts were taken by Allied high commanders to suppress "take no prisoners" attitudes[26] among their own personnel (as these were affecting intelligence gathering), and to encourage Japanese soldiers to surrender. Ferguson adds that measures by Allied commanders to improve the ratio of Japanese prisoners to Japanese dead resulted in it reaching 1:7, by mid-1945. Nevertheless, "taking no prisoners" was still "standard practice" among U. S. troops at the Battle of Okinawa, in April–June 1945.[27]

Ulrich Straus, a U.S. Japanologist, suggests that troops on the front line intensely hated Japanese military personnel and were "not easily persuaded" to take or protect prisoners. Therefore, according to Straus, "Senior officers opposed the taking of prisoners on the grounds that it needlessly exposed American troops to risks ..."[28] When prisoners nevertheless were taken at Gualdacanal, Army interrogator Captain Burden noted that many times POW's were shot during transport because "it was too much bother to take [them] in".[29]

Ferguson suggests that "it was not only the fear of disciplinary action or of dishonor that deterred German and Japanese soldiers from surrendering. More important for most soldiers was the perception that prisoners would be killed by the enemy anyway, and so one might as well fight on."[30]

U. S. historian James J. Weingartner attributes the very low number of Japanese in U.S. prisoner of war compounds to a widespread American "conviction that the Japanese were 'animals' or 'subhuman' and unworthy of the normal treatment accorded to prisoners of war.[31] The latter reason is supported by Ferguson, who says that "Allied troops often saw the Japanese in the same way that Germans regarded Russians — as Untermenschen" (i.e. "subhuman").[32]

On February 1, 1943, Life magazine published a photograph taken by Ralph Morse during the Guadalcanal campaign showing a decapitated Japanese head that U.S. Marines had propped up below the gun turret of a tank. Life received letters of protest from people "in disbelief that American soldiers were capable of such brutality toward the enemy." The editors responded that "war is unpleasant, cruel, and inhuman. And it is more dangerous to forget this than to be shocked by reminders." However, the image of the decapitated head generated less than half the amount of protest letters that an image of a mistreated cat in the very same issue received"

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.

God (the REAL God) bless America.
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"In a survey of 200 of the world's countries , in one shape or form, Great Britain has invaded all but 22 of them. That amounts to about 90 percent of the world's countries.
Well in that case, we've got a pretty good runner up candidate for the busiest empire award: The United States. Measuring the extent of America's presence around the world is a tricky challenge. After all, to really to the task justice, you'd have to take into account not only boots-on-the-ground military invasions but all of the soft power that the U.S. uses to look after its interests abroad. But sticking to Laycock's formula as closely as we can, Department of Defense records show that the U.S. has military personnel of some kind in a whopping 153 countries around the world. That's a pretty heft majority of the 190 countries that the U.S. maintains diplomatic relations with.
So the British have invaded 90 percent of the world's country, and we've invaded 80 percent."

And humanity has benefited immeasurably from Western Imperialism.....Greek, Roman, British, American.
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Faith wrote:
"In a survey of 200 of the world's countries , in one shape or form, Great Britain has invaded all but 22 of them. That amounts to about 90 percent of the world's countries.
Well in that case, we've got a pretty good runner up candidate for the busiest empire award: The United States. Measuring the extent of America's presence around the world is a tricky challenge. After all, to really to the task justice, you'd have to take into account not only boots-on-the-ground military invasions but all of the soft power that the U.S. uses to look after its interests abroad. But sticking to Laycock's formula as closely as we can, Department of Defense records show that the U.S. has military personnel of some kind in a whopping 153 countries around the world. That's a pretty heft majority of the 190 countries that the U.S. maintains diplomatic relations with.
So the British have invaded 90 percent of the world's country, and we've invaded 80 percent."
And humanity has benefited immeasurably from Western Imperialism.....Greek, Roman, British, American.
Except ofcourse humanity benefitted from Greek ideas -philosophy-literature- theatre-science-political philosophy and practice-
Not wholesale murder!-wop-shill
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<quoted text>Except ofcourse humanity benefitted from Greek ideas -philosophy-literature- theatre-science-political philosophy and practice-
Not wholesale murder!-wop-shill
You're not Greek, you filthy arab propagandist. America and Britain have done more for the advancement of humanity than any nations in human history. Killing muslims is of great benefit to human kind.
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<quoted text>You're not Greek, you filthy arab propagandist. America and Britain have done more for the advancement of humanity than any nations in human history. Killing muslims is of great benefit to human kind.
My Dad is Greek my mom is English -lump it shill wop
Culturally I am cosmopolitan and Greek in spirit.
The spirit of western civilisation!
England has done good work for humanity and the UK unlike the Yanks is capable of self analysis self criticism and a great sense of humour-
The yanks are none of these-and you are a limpet punk wop- shill.
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Spathis wrote:
<quoted text>My Dad is Greek my mom is English -lump it shill wop
Culturally I am cosmopolitan and Greek in spirit.
The spirit of western civilisation!
England has done good work for humanity and the UK unlike the Yanks is capable of self analysis self criticism and a great sense of humour-
The yanks are none of these-and you are a limpet punk wop- shill.
You are nothing of the sort, you fckng arab mutt. You are a one-dimensional and boring apologist for the enemies of civilized humanity. Punk.
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""The US armed forces bombed one end of the main highway from Kuwait city to Basra, sealing it off. They bombed the other end of the highway and sealed it off. They positioned mechanized artillery units on the hills overlooking it. And then, from the air and from the land they simply massacred every living thing on the road. Fighter bombers, helicopter gunships, and armored battalions poured merciless firepower on traffic jams backed up for as much as twenty miles. When the traffic became grid locked, the B-52s were sent in for carpet bombing." Our forces did not wait for the fleeing people to surrender, they did not surround them and force them to surrender, they just exterminated them. "

America knows how to save muslim souls!!! LOL!!!!!

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Over 70000 people have been massacred in Syria by Muslims fighting each other. The toll included 36,000 civilians, among them 4,300 children and 2,500 women.There is little charity among Muslims. 4 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance across all 14 governorates in Syria. Of the total, 3 million lacked food and 2 million were internally displaced living in squalor. There is so much hatred and bloodshed in Islamic nations.

All of civilization has a right to protect itself from Islamic terror and violence.
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Proof my little hitler jr, prove something, anything. Try to prove that yuo are not an idiot to start with.
Faith,A$$forhire and all your other names for someone to ask for proof of things which are VERY VERY obvious only shows how desperate and stupid the one asking for proof is.
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American soldiers in the Pacific sometimes deliberately killed Japanese soldiers who had surrendered, according to Richard Aldrich (Professor of History at Nottingham University). Aldrich published a study of diaries kept by United States and Australian soldiers, wherein it was stated that they sometimes massacred prisoners of war.[22] According to John Dower, in "many instances ... Japanese who did become prisoners were killed on the spot or en route to prison compounds."[23] According to Professor Aldrich, it was common practice for U.S. troops not to take prisoners.[24] His analysis is supported by British historian Niall Ferguson,[25] who also says that, in 1943, "a secret [U.S.] intelligence report noted that only the promise of ice cream and three days leave would ... induce American troops not to kill surrendering Japanese."[26]
Ferguson states such practices played a role in the ratio of Japanese prisoners to dead being 1:100 in late 1944. That same year, efforts were taken by Allied high commanders to suppress "take no prisoners" attitudes[26] among their own personnel (as these were affecting intelligence gathering), and to encourage Japanese soldiers to surrender. Ferguson adds that measures by Allied commanders to improve the ratio of Japanese prisoners to Japanese dead resulted in it reaching 1:7, by mid-1945. Nevertheless, "taking no prisoners" was still "standard practice" among U. S. troops at the Battle of Okinawa, in April–June 1945.[27]
Ulrich Straus, a U.S. Japanologist, suggests that troops on the front line intensely hated Japanese military personnel and were "not easily persuaded" to take or protect prisoners. Therefore, according to Straus, "Senior officers opposed the taking of prisoners on the grounds that it needlessly exposed American troops to risks ..."[28] When prisoners nevertheless were taken at Gualdacanal, Army interrogator Captain Burden noted that many times POW's were shot during transport because "it was too much bother to take [them] in".[29]
Ferguson suggests that "it was not only the fear of disciplinary action or of dishonor that deterred German and Japanese soldiers from surrendering. More important for most soldiers was the perception that prisoners would be killed by the enemy anyway, and so one might as well fight on."[30]
U. S. historian James J. Weingartner attributes the very low number of Japanese in U.S. prisoner of war compounds to a widespread American "conviction that the Japanese were 'animals' or 'subhuman' and unworthy of the normal treatment accorded to prisoners of war.[31] The latter reason is supported by Ferguson, who says that "Allied troops often saw the Japanese in the same way that Germans regarded Russians — as Untermenschen" (i.e. "subhuman").[32]
On February 1, 1943, Life magazine published a photograph taken by Ralph Morse during the Guadalcanal campaign showing a decapitated Japanese head that U.S. Marines had propped up below the gun turret of a tank. Life received letters of protest from people "in disbelief that American soldiers were capable of such brutality toward the enemy." The editors responded that "war is unpleasant, cruel, and inhuman. And it is more dangerous to forget this than to be shocked by reminders." However, the image of the decapitated head generated less than half the amount of protest letters that an image of a mistreated cat in the very same issue received"
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.
God (the REAL God) bless America.
Things like that reveal why the world feels the way it does aout the terrorist american israel controlled government and why any country invaded by said terrorist should fight for their freedom.
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Faith wrote:
<quoted text>You are nothing of the sort, you fckng arab mutt. You are a one-dimensional and boring apologist for the enemies of civilized humanity. Punk.
The enemy of civilized humanity is israel and those who support and are controlled by israel.
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Jim Justice wrote:
Over 70000 people have been massacred in Syria by Muslims fighting each other. The toll included 36,000 civilians, among them 4,300 children and 2,500 women.There is little charity among Muslims. 4 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance across all 14 governorates in Syria. Of the total, 3 million lacked food and 2 million were internally displaced living in squalor. There is so much hatred and bloodshed in Islamic nations.
All of civilization has a right to protect itself from Islamic terror and violence.
Another BS post of lie and disinformation from a terrorist supporting jew hasbarat hiding behind countless names.Thousands have been killed in Syria by a terrorist proxie war that was created and is funded by the american government and israel.Any nation faced with such terrorist actions has every right and duty to fight to protect themselves and the citizens from such terrible terrorist actions.
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Hey hitler jr, next time put in a request for what time you want the war and where. muslim idiot.
As always you missed the point. Israel attacked a foe for no reason. That foe was not prepaired to fight a war, had no desire to fight a war...whcih means Israel the bully picked on the weak guy.

And let us not forget, The Israeli leadership has stated Israel chose to start the 67 war just like they chose to start the 56 war.
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Your nazislamist lies dont deserve anybodies time to waste. Bad muslim propaganda boy, bad.
Choose to belive what you want duty dumb guy. Truth always beats lies.
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American soldiers in the Pacific sometimes deliberately killed Japanese soldiers who had surrendered, according to Richard Aldrich (Professor of History at Nottingham University). Aldrich published a study of diaries kept by United States and Australian soldiers, wherein it was stated that they sometimes massacred prisoners of war.[22] According to John Dower, in "many instances ... Japanese who did become prisoners were killed on the spot or en route to prison compounds."[23] According to Professor Aldrich, it was common practice for U.S. troops not to take prisoners.[24] His analysis is supported by British historian Niall Ferguson,[25] who also says that, in 1943, "a secret [U.S.] intelligence report noted that only the promise of ice cream and three days leave would ... induce American troops not to kill surrendering Japanese."[26]
Ferguson states such practices played a role in the ratio of Japanese prisoners to dead being 1:100 in late 1944. That same year, efforts were taken by Allied high commanders to suppress "take no prisoners" attitudes[26] among their own personnel (as these were affecting intelligence gathering), and to encourage Japanese soldiers to surrender. Ferguson adds that measures by Allied commanders to improve the ratio of Japanese prisoners to Japanese dead resulted in it reaching 1:7, by mid-1945. Nevertheless, "taking no prisoners" was still "standard practice" among U. S. troops at the Battle of Okinawa, in April–June 1945.[27]
Ulrich Straus, a U.S. Japanologist, suggests that troops on the front line intensely hated Japanese military personnel and were "not easily persuaded" to take or protect prisoners. Therefore, according to Straus, "Senior officers opposed the taking of prisoners on the grounds that it needlessly exposed American troops to risks ..."[28] When prisoners nevertheless were taken at Gualdacanal, Army interrogator Captain Burden noted that many times POW's were shot during transport because "it was too much bother to take [them] in".[29]
Ferguson suggests that "it was not only the fear of disciplinary action or of dishonor that deterred German and Japanese soldiers from surrendering. More important for most soldiers was the perception that prisoners would be killed by the enemy anyway, and so one might as well fight on."[30]
U. S. historian James J. Weingartner attributes the very low number of Japanese in U.S. prisoner of war compounds to a widespread American "conviction that the Japanese were 'animals' or 'subhuman' and unworthy of the normal treatment accorded to prisoners of war.[31] The latter reason is supported by Ferguson, who says that "Allied troops often saw the Japanese in the same way that Germans regarded Russians — as Untermenschen" (i.e. "subhuman").[32]
On February 1, 1943, Life magazine published a photograph taken by Ralph Morse during the Guadalcanal campaign showing a decapitated Japanese head that U.S. Marines had propped up below the gun turret of a tank. Life received letters of protest from people "in disbelief that American soldiers were capable of such brutality toward the enemy." The editors responded that "war is unpleasant, cruel, and inhuman. And it is more dangerous to forget this than to be shocked by reminders." However, the image of the decapitated head generated less than half the amount of protest letters that an image of a mistreated cat in the very same issue received"
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.
God (the REAL God) bless America.
And your proud of this??? My god you are a sick indivdual.
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And your proud of this??? My god you are a sick indivdual.
You're one of those Village People sailors...aren't you, Steve?

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