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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ioDmOCBlRoE
You just witnessed the birth of 2 Muslims.
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Oct 13, 2012
 
The conversion of the lowlands of the south western peninsula in South Sulawesi to Islam occurred in the early 17th century. Most Sulawesi Muslims are Sunnis.

MUQ pork eating Muslims.
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In comments about Iran attack, Israeli ex-officials may be sounding the alarm
In the past 72 hours, three former top guns of Israeli intelligence have discussed, with unnerving candor, a possible attack on Iran's nuclear facilities. Do they know something that remains opaque to the public?

What had been whispered up to a week or two ago is now publicly audible. The possibility of Israel attacking nuclear facilities in Iran in coming months, before the November presidential elections in the U.S., is a topic of detailed public debate. In the past 72 hours, three former top guns of Israeli intelligence discussed the subject with unnerving candor. Two of them expressed opposition to a unilateral Israeli attack under present circumstances.

Firstly, Ephraim Halevy, former head of the Mossad, was quoted in The New York Times as saying that the Iranians ought to be fearful of the next 12 weeks ‏(the period leading up to the U.S. elections‏). And on Friday evening, two former Israel Defense Forces heads of intelligence, immediate predecessors of Maj. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, spoke out on the Iran topic in television news interviews.

On Channel 2, Maj. Gen. ‏(res.‏) Aharon Ze’evi Farkash related to an impending Israeli attack as though it were a fact, but also averred that it would be a mistake to launch such a strike right now. Ze’evi took exception to Defense Minister Ehud Barak’s assessment that Iran is close to passing the “immunity threshold,” after which its nuclear program would essentially be impervious to an attack. In contrast to this view, Ze’evi believes there will still be time for an effective attack after November 2012 ‏(he reiterated this point in an interview on the Walla website‏).

Maj. Gen. ‏(res.‏) Amos Yadlin, who succeeded Ze’evi as IDF intelligence chief, hinted in a Channel 1 interview that an attack is imminent. Speaking in a somewhat less vehement idiom, Yadlin sounded as though he had doubts about the urgency of launching a unilateral strike against Tehran’s program.

Do these former security chiefs know something which remains opaque to the public? Former IDF intelligence officers continue to have access to security system briefings, even though they are not brought into the actual planning process of a secret military operation. No less importantly, they know how to analyze disclosed, public data − and developments of the past weeks teaches them that the likelihood of an Israeli decision in favor of an attack is now higher than it has been previously.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who apparently continues to want to attack Iran, is now operating against two layers of significant opposition − at home and overseas. In the domestic arena, the IDF general staff and the Mossad are staffed with senior officers who harbor doubts about the wisdom of a unilateral attack in this period; retired security officials, such as the trio which spoke out in past days, reinforce this skepticism.

In terms of overseas pressure, Netanyahu has had to ward off a series of messages and signals casting doubt about the desirability of an attack. One was the visit of U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta last week.

Netanyahu has claimed that Israeli skeptics have “been bringing me PowerPoint presentations [to cover themselves] against future investigatory committees. I tell them they should put away these slides, stop speaking for the historical record, and instead speak straight to the point.”
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I hope they bomb Iran into oblivion !!! Gotta teach those morons that they have to comply with the international community..
I know all western countries will support Israel!!
Iran does not have a chance to survive..
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Oct 13, 2012
 
MUQ wrote:
In comments about Iran attack, Israeli ex-officials may be sounding the alarm
In the past 72 hours, three former top guns of Israeli intelligence have discussed, with unnerving candor, a possible attack on Iran's nuclear facilities. Do they know something that remains opaque to the public?
What had been whispered up to a week or two ago is now publicly audible. The possibility of Israel attacking nuclear facilities in Iran in coming months, before the November presidential elections in the U.S., is a topic of detailed public debate. In the past 72 hours, three former top guns of Israeli intelligence discussed the subject with unnerving candor. Two of them expressed opposition to a unilateral Israeli attack under present circumstances.
Firstly, Ephraim Halevy, former head of the Mossad, was quoted in The New York Times as saying that the Iranians ought to be fearful of the next 12 weeks ‏(the period leading up to the U.S. elections‏). And on Friday evening, two former Israel Defense Forces heads of intelligence, immediate predecessors of Maj. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, spoke out on the Iran topic in television news interviews.
On Channel 2, Maj. Gen. ‏(res.‏) Aharon Ze’evi Farkash related to an impending Israeli attack as though it were a fact, but also averred that it would be a mistake to launch such a strike right now. Ze’evi took exception to Defense Minister Ehud Barak’s assessment that Iran is close to passing the “immunity threshold,” after which its nuclear program would essentially be impervious to an attack. In contrast to this view, Ze’evi believes there will still be time for an effective attack after November 2012 ‏(he reiterated this point in an interview on the Walla website‏).
Maj. Gen. ‏(res.‏) Amos Yadlin, who succeeded Ze’evi as IDF intelligence chief, hinted in a Channel 1 interview that an attack is imminent. Speaking in a somewhat less vehement idiom, Yadlin sounded as though he had doubts about the urgency of launching a unilateral strike against Tehran’s program.
Do these former security chiefs know something which remains opaque to the public? Former IDF intelligence officers continue to have access to security system briefings, even though they are not brought into the actual planning process of a secret military operation. No less importantly, they know how to analyze disclosed, public data − and developments of the past weeks teaches them that the likelihood of an Israeli decision in favor of an attack is now higher than it has been previously.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who apparently continues to want to attack Iran, is now operating against two layers of significant opposition − at home and overseas. In the domestic arena, the IDF general staff and the Mossad are staffed with senior officers who harbor doubts about the wisdom of a unilateral attack in this period; retired security officials, such as the trio which spoke out in past days, reinforce this skepticism.
In terms of overseas pressure, Netanyahu has had to ward off a series of messages and signals casting doubt about the desirability of an attack. One was the visit of U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta last week.
Netanyahu has claimed that Israeli skeptics have “been bringing me PowerPoint presentations [to cover themselves] against future investigatory committees. I tell them they should put away these slides, stop speaking for the historical record, and instead speak straight to the point.”
It's pretty well known that Saudi hates and fears Iran. You'd like nothing better than to nuke it. Why not just come out and say so? Oh right -if you did, you'd have to admit that you kill muslims. And that would be bad. So you obfuscate, lie and manipulate instead.

You need to do better than this mookie. Your taqiyya is showing.
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Oct 13, 2012
 
French today announced in Congo a wide African and western based alliance funded by the West in a new holy war against Islam to take back northern Africa (Menna).
First target is Mali then all the sub Saharan lands from Morocco to Egypt.
All of Africa is to repel and then subjugate the lands of Africa tainted by Islam basically.
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Oct 13, 2012
 
Baron44 wrote:
The conversion of the lowlands of the south western peninsula in South Sulawesi to Islam occurred in the early 17th century. Most Sulawesi Muslims are Sunnis.
MUQ pork eating Muslims.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
The Mongols then the Mughals adopted Islam as a tribute collection mechanism across the Mongol empire circa 11th c to 16th c, Sulawesi probably being late as it was a remote area.
However no Arab with desert sand ever converted an Asian to Islam. Like in India, the underlying population was 90%+ pagan or animist based religions, as observed by the English, Portugese and Dutch when they took effective control of the Mughal empire from the 16th c.
Interestingly one of the largest mass murders of a population inspired by religion and ideology occurred in Indonesia in the 1960's.
Muslim non socialist Indonesians slaughtered over 1 million communist PKI Muslim as well as Chinese fed by factional conflict between warring factions (communist and facist) within Islam.
Bali, a hindu refuge state from the rest of Muslim Indonesia also suffered many hundreds of thousands killed. The Indonesian army in collusion with the youth wing of Islam compiled and then executed 'lists' of socialist and communist muslims.
It remains to this day an example of the warring and divisions as well as violence always present within Islam which focuses on division, punishment, violence and terror as a means to an end. The USA and the West were surprised and bemused at the event, it was almost entirely a massive bloodbath killing initiated by muslims in their own of Muslims and minority groups.
The upshot was Indonesia post independence struggling to adapt a 6th Arab desert warrior ideology to a tropical multi cultural 20th century world and the result has been that the Indonesian army has had to run the place under dictatorship or quasi supervision (with western funding to help them) ever since - to stop muslims wholesale slaughter of other Muslims.
We also saw in East Timor this same army kill over 300,000 people of all faiths to stop it being communist.
Net: Muslims kill Muslims in the name of their "variation" of their faith showing the deep cracks and divisions within Islam are even greater than the issues Islam has with outsiders.
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MUQ wrote:
In comments about Iran attack, Israeli ex-officials may be sounding the alarm
In the past 72 hours, three former top guns of Israeli intelligence have discussed, with unnerving candor, a possible attack on Iran's nuclear facilities. Do they know something that remains opaque to the public?
What had been whispered up to a week or two ago is now publicly audible. The possibility of Israel attacking nuclear facilities in Iran in coming months, before the November presidential elections in the U.S., is a topic of detailed public debate. In the past 72 hours, three former top guns of Israeli intelligence discussed the subject with unnerving candor. Two of them expressed opposition to a unilateral Israeli attack under present circumstances.
Firstly, Ephraim Halevy, former head of the Mossad, was quoted in The New York Times as saying that the Iranians ought to be fearful of the next 12 weeks ‏(the period leading up to the U.S. elections‏). And on Friday evening, two former Israel Defense Forces heads of intelligence, immediate predecessors of Maj. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, spoke out on the Iran topic in television news interviews.
On Channel 2, Maj. Gen. ‏(res.‏) Aharon Ze’evi Farkash related to an impending Israeli attack as though it were a fact, but also averred that it would be a mistake to launch such a strike right now. Ze’evi took exception to Defense Minister Ehud Barak’s assessment that Iran is close to passing the “immunity threshold,” after which its nuclear program would essentially be impervious to an attack. In contrast to this view, Ze’evi believes there will still be time for an effective attack after November 2012 ‏(he reiterated this point in an interview on the Walla website‏).
Maj. Gen. ‏(res.‏) Amos Yadlin, who succeeded Ze’evi as IDF intelligence chief, hinted in a Channel 1 interview that an attack is imminent. Speaking in a somewhat less vehement idiom, Yadlin sounded as though he had doubts about the urgency of launching a unilateral strike against Tehran’s program.
Do these former security chiefs know something which remains opaque to the public? Former IDF intelligence officers continue to have access to security system briefings, even though they are not brought into the actual planning process of a secret military operation. No less importantly, they know how to analyze disclosed, public data − and developments of the past weeks teaches them that the likelihood of an Israeli decision in favor of an attack is now higher than it has been previously.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who apparently continues to want to attack Iran, is now operating against two layers of significant opposition − at home and overseas. In the domestic arena, the IDF general staff and the Mossad are staffed with senior officers who harbor doubts about the wisdom of a unilateral attack in this period; retired security officials, such as the trio which spoke out in past days, reinforce this skepticism.
In terms of overseas pressure, Netanyahu has had to ward off a series of messages and signals casting doubt about the desirability of an attack. One was the visit of U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta last week.
Netanyahu has claimed that Israeli skeptics have “been bringing me PowerPoint presentations [to cover themselves] against future investigatory committees. I tell them they should put away these slides, stop speaking for the historical record, and instead speak straight to the point.”
Straight to the point,

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/

The middle east is a backward mess,and the only ones to blame is the ones who created it.

And its not 1.3 million Jews. Its the billions of Muslims.
Take Responsibility For you own actions and stop blaming.
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MUQ wrote:
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Greetings Abe and hello as well to Gabriel.
I confess I am somewhat confused by the committee of Gods and the Buddha attempting to run Heaven and Earth.
As a reformed miserable Muslim in the desert cities built by infidels now turned happy atheist on the beach, how am to function here on Earth whilst living in a Christian country that I find infinitely preferable to a Muslim country?
I know that speaking to the clerics about my
atheism will result in my murder - but how will
that land me in a Christian heaven if the
committee hasn't sorted it all out yet?
My special regards to Buddha and Shalom as
ever to you and yours
Shalom
My dear Son,
Sorry for the delay, we had some problems in heaven - there was a mass exodus on flying carpets by the salafi's out of their self imposed isolation unit into the christian level. Apparently they arent happy with all the rules they have and there is no one to harangue so they think they are better to infiltrate and torment the Christians instead.(they are after all a Christian creation).
Now they want a mosque in the Christian level and the christians are saying this is becoming hell and are threatening to go to the mormon level.
In answer to your reply.
You want heaven on earth and then heaven.
Go to the cleric.
Explain you want via TAQIYYA to further Islam to become a Christian so you can infiltrate and subjugate. Get the secret pass exemption where on judgement day you can have 2 heavenly passports. This is the Islamic equivalent of Fabianism where you can think and be a non believer but still be unmolested as an Islamic born. Many great Islamic leaders have this.
You can't be atheist or agnostic otherwise you
will end up like Tariq Ali and fall thru the cracks to the burning pork fat fires of hell or even worse you may end up in the Wahabi isolation unit as a as someone to practice their preaching and 28 erections on.
Got to go, the Shia's are complaining now about something the Sunni's said and the Jews fence has 'miracously' moved outwards again between the two, ahh its nonstop up here.
All the best my Son, from all of us in the cloud,
Abe
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The new crusade on Menna wrote:
French today announced in Congo a wide African and western based alliance funded by the West in a new holy war against Islam to take back northern Africa (Menna).
First target is Mali then all the sub Saharan lands from Morocco to Egypt.
All of Africa is to repel and then subjugate the lands of Africa tainted by Islam basically.
Wha....?
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http://www.examiner.com/article/canada-mother...

wanted her children to be essentially raised like all the other children in her adopted nation of Canada.

Masses believe in Christ and live,
Masses accept Islam or die.
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There is something inherently wrong with that religion, that drives men to cut open the mother of there children's throat.
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Abraham wrote:
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My dear Son,
Sorry for the delay, we had some problems in heaven - there was a mass exodus on flying carpets by the salafi's out of their self imposed isolation unit into the christian level. Apparently they arent happy with all the rules they have and there is no one to harangue so they think they are better to infiltrate and torment the Christians instead.(they are after all a Christian creation).
Now they want a mosque in the Christian level and the christians are saying this is becoming hell and are threatening to go to the mormon level.
In answer to your reply.
You want heaven on earth and then heaven.
Go to the cleric.
Explain you want via TAQIYYA to further Islam to become a Christian so you can infiltrate and subjugate. Get the secret pass exemption where on judgement day you can have 2 heavenly passports. This is the Islamic equivalent of Fabianism where you can think and be a non believer but still be unmolested as an Islamic born. Many great Islamic leaders have this.
You can't be atheist or agnostic otherwise you
will end up like Tariq Ali and fall thru the cracks to the burning pork fat fires of hell or even worse you may end up in the Wahabi isolation unit as a as someone to practice their preaching and 28 erections on.
Got to go, the Shia's are complaining now about something the Sunni's said and the Jews fence has 'miracously' moved outwards again between the two, ahh its nonstop up here.
All the best my Son, from all of us in the cloud,
Abe
Abe: No problem with the delay. I understand perfectly. In the lapse I've been enjoying my children's progress in science and critical thinking whilst gazing at my beauteous wife's hair and face as she emerges from swimming in the sparking blue sea.

In response to your first statement - I am beginning to understand the Christian phrase "As on Earth, so it is in Heaven"!!!! Who would have thought that I would begin to understand the people I believed were infidels only worthy of death or conversion! Truly, I am amazed.

I suppose it is no surprise that the Christians would be desperate enough to want to move to the Mormon Quarter just to get away from the muslims. Have you thought about checking to see who is funding the mormons' campaign, which I'm sure is intended to make their quarter appear more attractive than any given alternative? I suggest this as it is an old muslim technique with which I am familiar.

I will do some research on the use of taqiyya to further my interests here as a 'practicing non practicing' atheist. Nothing but NOTHING is worth going back to a hairy god-awful (pardon the term) wahabist's hell as I'm sure you well know.

When you have time please let me know how Tariq (if you have that information available) and Buddha are faring and again my regards to you from me and the family.
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Andrew wrote:
http://www.examiner.com/articl e/canada-mother-has-throat-sli t-to-spine-for-wanting-kids-ra ised-as-westerners
wanted her children to be essentially raised like all the other children in her adopted nation of Canada.
Masses believe in Christ and live,
Masses accept Islam or die.
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There is something inherently wrong with that religion, that drives men to cut open the mother of there children's throat.
The Jews made him do it , right MUQ
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Hey MUQ:

What were the names of your buddies that raped and murdered staff at the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi?

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rightyo mookie wrote:
Hey MUQ:
What were the names of your buddies that raped and murdered staff at the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi?
Hey rightyo mookie:
What was the name of your buddy that was a paedophile rapist Christian brother that got jailed for 14 years in Australia?

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Cyber wrote:
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Straight to the point,
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/
The middle east is a backward mess,and the only ones to blame is the ones who created it.
And its not 1.3 million Jews. Its the billions of Muslims.
Take Responsibility For you own actions and stop blaming.
What are you talking about. We never take blame for our actions. We always spin it. We could never do anything wrong. How could billions be wrong. Submit or else.....
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What are you talking about. We never take blame for our actions. We always spin it. We could never do anything wrong. How could billions be wrong. Submit or else.....
Bullsh*t. I've never blamed any (insert race/religion here) for bloody anything that's gone wrong with my country. If you have, that's a problem you'll have to deal with.
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Hey rightyo mookie:
What was the name of your buddy that was a paedophile rapist Christian brother that got jailed for 14 years in Australia?
Did you have a nice day in safe peaceful Christian Australia ? You would not have that in your fathers homeland.
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/
Your Syrian Muslim brothers would blow up your family if it helped there cause.
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yeah right wrote:
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Bullsh*t. I've never blamed any (insert race/religion here) for bloody anything that's gone wrong with my country. If you have, that's a problem you'll have to deal with.
Well, theirs always an exception to the rule, 1 in 2.6 billion. Your one of a kind. Because the rest are.... well

http://resources3.news.com.au/images/2012/09/...

Absolutely disgraceful.

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