Iran protests condemn Israel offensive

Iran protests condemn Israel offensive

There are 3480 comments on the The Daily Star story from Nov 16, 2012, titled Iran protests condemn Israel offensive. In it, The Daily Star reports that:

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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Khaled

San Clemente, CA

#2987 Feb 9, 2013
Spathis wrote:
<quoted text>she is a shill with a dried up kos and very bitter with severe mental problems-
...lol Spathis ... don't forget fat
Khaled

San Clemente, CA

#2988 Feb 9, 2013
Uzi wrote:
<quoted text>
Proof my little hitler jr, prove something, anything. Try to prove that yuo are not an idiot to start with.
Hey stupid...did you pay your rent yet...ahole
Rtloder

Baulkham Hills, Australia

#2989 Feb 9, 2013
Just making sure its working.


Although their capacity to create as much new issue as they like, and force the honest people of this world to honour its value by giving it value, their evil is only matched by Faith.
The Communist party was subject to the red purge, concurrent with individuals being depurged, who only months before had been purged for all time.
"All of time" ends very quickly in Japan
"for some" and goes on for ever for others,
as the strong coerce the weak, that's the acceptance of what is demanded.
Japanese intellect is available to be constructed by what ever is convenient at the time, opposites trade places as though they were produce at the market.
The Prime Minister had to be executed,
The military that that he was not functional within were taken to Nurenburg to die at the end of a rope.
But His boss and their boss, in everyone's mind, as well as legislated statute, the autocratic dictator who was unassailable was garlanded with accolades FOR HAVING A GOOD TRY.
Rtloder

Baulkham Hills, Australia

#2990 Feb 9, 2013
Every US president told the world they were leading us in the right direction, and now the world is stuffed. I bet you didn't read
my poem from beginning to end because you are a chauvinist. You got a sharp sword to keep you amused tonight while you get drunk on self esteem, and if you did read all of the half of my poem I take it all back.
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#2991 Feb 9, 2013
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.
So what??? Thats what i-slime does, kill kill kill.According to UN reports lately 11 million muslims got killed massacred by muslims. They love it , they love the blood they love blowing up children even their own. Islam is a mental illnes, there is a cure and its sure coming to all thos nazislamist assholes.
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#2994 Feb 9, 2013
Steven Hassan wrote:
<quoted text>
Choose to belive what you want duty dumb guy. Truth always beats lies.
Finally we agree on something, but you keep believing nazislamist BAD propaganda and non stop lies, just see where it got you and i-slime so far.
Steven Hassan

Durban, South Africa

#2996 Feb 9, 2013
Faith,

Here are some examples of your American ideals:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2006/...

http://www.cgu.edu/pdffiles/sbos/costanzo_eff...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sheldon-filger/...

http://www.juancole.com/2012/12/european-huma...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/24/sat-...

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/education/july...

http://www.ama-assn.org/amednews/2009/10/19/g...

And mine:

http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf...

Washington begins his warnings to the American people by trying to convince them that their independence, peace at home and abroad, safety, prosperity, and liberty are all dependent upon the unity between the states. As a result he warns them that the union of states, created by the Constitution, will come under the most frequent and focused attacks by foreign and domestic enemies of the country. Washington warns the American people to be suspicious and look down upon anyone who seeks to abandon the Union, to secede a portion of the country from the rest, or seeks to weaken the bonds that hold the constitutional union together. To promote the strength of the Union, he urges the people to place their identity as Americans above their identities as members of a state, city, or region, and focus their efforts and affection on the country above all other local interests. Washington further asks the people to look beyond any slight differences between them in religion, manners, habits, and political principles, and place their independence and liberty above all else. He wants every one to be united.[7]

Washington continues to advance his idea of the dangers of sectionalism and expands his warning to include the dangers of political parties to the government and country as a whole. His warnings took on added significance with the recent creation of the Democratic-Republican Party by Jefferson, to oppose Hamilton's Federalist Party, which had been created a year earlier in 1791, which in many ways promoted the interest of certain regions and groups of Americans over others. A more pressing concern for Washington, which he makes reference to in this portion of the address, was the Democratic-Republican efforts to align with France and the Federalist efforts to ally the nation with Great Britain in an ongoing conflict between the two European nations brought about by the French Revolution.

Washington dedicates a large part of his farewell address to discussing foreign relations, and the dangers of permanent alliances between the United States and foreign nations.

Washington advocates a policy of good faith and justice towards all nations, and urges the American people to avoid long-term friendly relations or rivalries with any nation. He argues these attachments and animosity toward nations will only cloud the government's judgment in its foreign policy. Washington argues that longstanding poor relations will only lead to unnecessary wars due to a tendency to blow minor offenses out of proportion when committed by nations viewed as enemies of the United States. He continues this argument by claiming that alliances are likely to draw the United States into wars which have no justification and no benefit to the country beyond simply defending the favored nation. Washington continues his warning on alliances by claiming that they often lead to poor relations with nations who feel that they are not being treated as well as America's allies, and threaten to influence the American government into making decisions based upon the will of their allies instead of the will of the American people.
Steven Hassan

Durban, South Africa

#2997 Feb 9, 2013
Uzi wrote:
<quoted text>
Finally we agree on something, but you keep believing nazislamist BAD propaganda and non stop lies, just see where it got you and i-slime so far.
As soon as you actually come up with something creadable to refute what I have said, let me know BOH.
Steven Hassan

Durban, South Africa

#2998 Feb 9, 2013
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>You're one of those Village People sailors...aren't you, Steve?
Sorry faith, unlike you, I have actually served the people of the United States.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#3000 Feb 9, 2013
Steven Hassan wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry faith, unlike you, I have actually served the people of the United States.
I don't think you have. I think your Americanism is suspect, Steve...

&li st=UUeWkruiHm7NL7OvjPyVshkw &index=1
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#3001 Feb 10, 2013
Steven Hassan wrote:
<quoted text>
As soon as you actually come up with something creadable to refute what I have said, let me know BOH.
Lies lies and more muslim lies. Nothing to refute, period.
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#3003 Feb 10, 2013
Just a regular guy from Australia notes,

Muslim came here same time as Vietnamese, around 1970s (Most around 1967 Israel war); First Vietnamese generation due to English problems and culture shock, then influenced by minority to involve crimes such as distributes drugs ran by Mafia and Triads (Non-Vietnamese). Second or Third Vietnamese move away from crimes and have higher than average qualifications compare to Australian communities. Check out Selective School attendants.

Second Vietnamese generations are well adapt speak fluent English and well qualified for jobs. Unlike second Muslim generations, where most crimes committed by second and third generations of Muslim; Have you got any excuses with that?

I attended University, the only few Middle-easterners went to the same Uni as me, but they were Christians, Muslim attended Uni rare likes hen teeth. How could you explain to that phenomena? No education no jobs, not inform, isolated, and turn to last frontier self absorbed religious believes.

You can fool many people as you like, but please do not fool yourself.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/fear-d...
Spathis

Vernon, Canada

#3004 Feb 10, 2013
Uzi wrote:
Just a regular guy from Australia notes,
Muslim came here same time as Vietnamese, around 1970s (Most around 1967 Israel war); First Vietnamese generation due to English problems and culture shock, then influenced by minority to involve crimes such as distributes drugs ran by Mafia and Triads (Non-Vietnamese). Second or Third Vietnamese move away from crimes and have higher than average qualifications compare to Australian communities. Check out Selective School attendants.
Second Vietnamese generations are well adapt speak fluent English and well qualified for jobs. Unlike second Muslim generations, where most crimes committed by second and third generations of Muslim; Have you got any excuses with that?
I attended University, the only few Middle-easterners went to the same Uni as me, but they were Christians, Muslim attended Uni rare likes hen teeth. How could you explain to that phenomena? No education no jobs, not inform, isolated, and turn to last frontier self absorbed religious believes.
You can fool many people as you like, but please do not fool yourself.
Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/fear-d...
And some of the greatest criminals in the USA have been jews-!!
Shall we start with Ponzi schemes??
or the spies against the USA??
How about names??
Let me know and I will give you a list Mr'high ground"!!
Rtloder

Winston Hills, Australia

#3005 Feb 10, 2013
Uzi wrote:
Just a regular guy from Australia notes,
Muslim came here same time as Vietnamese, around 1970s (Most around 1967 Israel war); First Vietnamese generation due to English problems and culture shock, then influenced by minority to involve crimes such as distributes drugs ran by Mafia and Triads (Non-Vietnamese). Second or Third Vietnamese move away from crimes and have higher than average qualifications compare to Australian communities. Check out Selective School attendants.
Second Vietnamese generations are well adapt speak fluent English and well qualified for jobs. Unlike second Muslim generations, where most crimes committed by second and third generations of Muslim; Have you got any excuses with that?
I attended University, the only few Middle-easterners went to the same Uni as me, but they were Christians, Muslim attended Uni rare likes hen teeth. How could you explain to that phenomena? No education no jobs, not inform, isolated, and turn to last frontier self absorbed religious believes.
You can fool many people as you like, but please do not fool yourself.
Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/fear-d...
I always found the Sydney Lebanese to be good sports in the fight game, I know them quite well I don't know what your going on about, I never saw a Vietnamese in the ring
now that you mention it.
Different people like different things, most children are molded by the institutions they grow up in, but there are overlaps, for example there were many Lebanese tree loppers and also there were Vietnamese coming into the business.
I don't think there is a distinguishing
characteristic in their participation in crime but I wouldn't be surprised either way.
I can draw no good or bad citizen from your reason.
truth always beats lIes23

Covington, VA

#3006 Feb 10, 2013
Spathis wrote:
<quoted text>And some of the greatest criminals in the USA have been jews-!!
Shall we start with Ponzi schemes??
or the spies against the USA??
How about names??
Let me know and I will give you a list Mr'high ground"!!
Right you are!!
Steven Hassan

United States

#3007 Feb 11, 2013
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not an "Israel firster", Steve......I'm more of an "Islam laster". America is at war. Muslims are the enemy. I am an American...therefore.....
Which shows you how dumb you really are.

The "war" is against Al-Queda (technically though we are not at war as Congress did not declaire war..basic american history Faith).

We attacked the Taliban..they had nothing to do with 9/11 and even offered to hand over Bin Laden and Co. Iraq did not attack us..we attacked them...same thing in ALL the fights we have been in since WWII...we started ALL of them.

But in your world this is on right????

Just like the Nazi's said hahahahaha.

It is a shame you don't have the ability to see the difference between a religious group and a political group...hence the reason you support the Zionists I guess...and sorry, but you can hardly call yourself an American...at least not one who understand the ideals of America.
Steven Hassan

United States

#3008 Feb 11, 2013
Spathis wrote:
<quoted text>she is a shill with a dried up kos and very bitter with severe mental problems-
I agree, but unfortunately, she represents the direction my country is going....down hill at the speed of light into a real controled by bigots and idiots.
Steven Hassan

United States

#3009 Feb 11, 2013
Uzi wrote:
<quoted text>
Finally we agree on something, but you keep believing nazislamist BAD propaganda and non stop lies, just see where it got you and i-slime so far.
Unfortunatley for you, all the things I post have been peer reviewed..taht means they have been proven to be truth.
Steven Hassan

United States

#3010 Feb 11, 2013
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>I don't think you have. I think your Americanism is suspect, Steve...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =InBXu-iY7cwXX&list=UUeWkr uiHm7NL7OvjPyVshkw&index=1
And once again..I will put my credentials up against yours any day of the week faith.
Steven Hassan

United States

#3011 Feb 11, 2013
Uzi wrote:
<quoted text>
Lies lies and more muslim lies. Nothing to refute, period.
If they are all lies, they should be rather easy to refute...scholars across the globe would have piles of information at your disposal.

Yet you refuse to do so.

Dumb ass.

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