Islam Will Conquer Italy and the Enti...

Islam Will Conquer Italy and the Entire West

There are 492529 comments on the www.worthynews.com story from Sep 9, 2010, titled Islam Will Conquer Italy and the Entire West. In it, www.worthynews.com reports that:

The Middle East Media Research Institute has released excerpts from a transcript of a televised sermon by Egyptian cleric Salem Abu Al-Futuh. Airing on Al-Nas TV on August 18, Al-Futuh's predicted that Islam would conquer the entire West, starting with Italy and ending with the Americas ...

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#135856 Dec 7, 2012
ProVerita wrote:
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Beer brew even without alcohol is good for your kidneys or if you have stones. Saudia is hot so people do get kidney stones if they don't keep piss flowing , you know you sweat alot due to hea and humidity in the east and westmainly.
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What does drinking sugar water, a drink that is as far removed from beer as Muhammad is from being a prophet, has to do with Kidney stones, plain every day water is much better.
If Muhammad only knew that Muslims were drinking a make belief beer he be turning in his grave that is if he really did exist.
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Australia is a much hotter continent than the all the countries in the Middle east and we drink beer and we do not get Kidney stones, maybe the Kidney stones is one of Allah's curses to the Muslims.
ProVerita wrote:
There are all kind of non-alcoholic beers in most muslim and non muslim countries and are of all the famous brands too.
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You dribble more shit from your lips than you do from your arse.
"famous brands" no one outside of those who lived in Saudi has ever heard of any beer been made in Saudi, that is how famous the beer is.
ProVerita wrote:
Knowing that does not mean you lived in Saudia. Address and postal code and time frame please so I will get questions that you will not find on google.
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You are so stupid not realise that any one can give you the make of the car that are parked in the streets in any town in middle east.
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Ask you Saudi friend of they have taken the large crane away that was next to the Al Rajhi Mosque, it been there for years and no one was building anything. Have they finished building the shopping malls as yet?.
ProVerita wrote:
Australiand kill for bucks. The Bristch poor nurse killed or committed suicide becuse of your radio station greed and heartless clowns
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What does the death of a nurse have to do with Muhammad not being for real.
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The death of the nurse presuming it is true, shows that she was a weak person.
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Only the weak commits suicide.
That is how al-Qaeda or the Taliban gets the weak to use suicide bombs, for they know that only the weak is willing to kill themselves, maybe she had been better off strapping a suicide bomb on her body and walked through the area of Waltham Forest, and take a few Muslims with her.
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Would she also have received the 72 virgin men?
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I notice you are dancing on command same as the trained rats do in a circus.
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#135857 Dec 7, 2012
Milena N wrote:
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Actually sheila,he might have a point.She was probably told she will be fired and judging by her name probably was told she will be deported wherever she came from,possibly without her kids.That would drive someone to commit suicide.
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Only a weak person commits suicide.
Al Qaeda and the Taliban pray on those type of people, and use them all the time.

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#135858 Dec 7, 2012
Baron44 wrote:
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Only a weak person commits suicide.
Al Qaeda and the Taliban pray on those type of people, and use them all the time.
Everybody could become weak in certain circumstances.

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#135859 Dec 7, 2012
MUQ wrote:
What are qualities of a Good Muslim according to Quran , Part-4
There is no surprise at all, if a large group of people who have these qualities and are united in a closely knit group be successful in this word and in the hereafter.
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MUQ I have always been under the impression that a dead Muslim qualifies to be a Good Muslim.
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At times even I had my doubts.

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#135860 Dec 7, 2012
Sheilaa wrote:
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More to the point is why was she living in the nurses home in London when she had a husband and two kids up in Bristol? There are plenty of hospitals in Bristol that she could have got a job in. Bristol is about 200 kms from London and takes about 2 hours to drive from one to the other
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Maybe she has a lover in London.
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Maybe her husband use to beat the crap out of her.
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Maybe the pay was much better.
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Maybe she could not get a job in Bristol.
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There hundreds of reasons why.
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We shall never know why, for she is dead now.
ProVerita

Bedford, Canada

#135861 Dec 7, 2012
Milena N wrote:
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Actually sheila,he might have a point.She was probably told she will be fired and judging by her name probably was told she will be deported wherever she came from,possibly without her kids.That would drive someone to commit suicide
Sheilaa is hateful soul, you can not reason with her. You know the type, think they are infallible and think they are always right
ProVerita

Bedford, Canada

#135862 Dec 7, 2012
http://www.google.ca/url...

Whole world is wrong and sheilaa is right!!!

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#135863 Dec 7, 2012
ProVerita wrote:
Milena N wrote:
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Actually sheila,he might have a point.She was probably told she will be fired and judging by her name probably was told she will be deported wherever she came from,possibly without her kids.That would drive someone to commit suicide
Sheilaa is hateful soul, you can not reason with her. You know the type, think they are infallible and think they are always right
Ya,sheila is sheila.Too much vegemite I guess.

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#135864 Dec 7, 2012
ProVerita wrote:
http://www.google.ca/url?sa=t &rct=j&q=the%20british %20nurse&source=web&cd =3&cad=rja&sqi=2&v ed=0CEEQqQIwAg&url=http%3A %2F%2Fwww.theglobeandmail.com% 2Fnews%2Fworld%2Fuk-hospital-n urses-death-strengthens-call-f or-new-privacy-laws%2Farticle6 121227%2F&ei=3bDCUNzIK8jay AH7_YHYBA&usg=AFQjCNF0evoU QLd1RuppAuMiea7ZImfIqg
Whole world is wrong and sheilaa is right!!!
They need to do in their hospitals what they do here.Tell them they'll have their spouse give them a call.No info.
ProVerita

Bedford, Canada

#135865 Dec 7, 2012
Amid all that it was perhaps not surprising that early Tuesday morning a pair of radio announcers in Australia called the hospital, impersonating the Queen and Prince Philip. They managed to be put through to a nurse who gave them information about the Duchess’s condition. By Thursday, the Duchess left the hospital, prompting more front-page coverage, and the radio announcers, Mel Greig and Michael Christian, had become global sensations, boasting through social media and their radio show about their trick as the biggest Royal prank ever
Ms. Saldanha’s family put out a brief statement Friday.“We as a family are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved Jacintha. We would ask that the media respect our privacy at this difficult time.”

The death has prompted a fierce reaction. Ms. Greig and Mr. Christian closed their Twitter accounts after they became filled with angry comments about the death. Their employer, Southern Cross Austereo, suspended the announcers and added that the company was “deeply saddened by the tragic

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#135866 Dec 7, 2012
The Old Testament law applies, but believers are forgiven, so stoning is not needed for those believers.

This is not rocket science, and I know you already understood that, so why play dumb as if you did not know that???
Baron44 wrote:
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Are you saying your Old Testament is wrong? Or is it telling lies?
in charge.

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#135867 Dec 7, 2012
Milena N wrote:
<quoted text>Ya,sheila is sheila.Too much vegemite I guess.
Yes its the vegemite.That's why I have such a great nervous system and can withstand the bullshit that you and pro veritas put out about someone that took her own life. You don't get sacked for making a mistake unless it is life threatening. Why did the other nurse who gave out private information not take her own life as well or get sacked. She was not sacked as stated by the hospital she was a well respected and liked nurse who had worked there for 4 years. She obviously had other problems.

Now in Bulgaia you might get sacked for a human mistake that is not life threatening, but then again I doubt it because they are desperate for nurses as the nurses keep leaving Bulgaria for better pastures as did you

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#135868 Dec 7, 2012
Proves nothing except what is knows that pagans practiced, to say they are prior to Judaism is not provable no more than your evolution is. Are you going to pretend this theory too is fact?

You do understand some part of the world there were pagans much longer than other parts of the world, correct??
Baron44 wrote:
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The prevailing theme in all of the celebrations was the welcoming of the sun and the joy in the rebirth of the world. The Pagans viewed these celebrations of the return of the sun, as the fact that good will prevail over evil and the sun will return to the earth, which makes it easy to see how it could be adapted to the Christian beliefs that Jesus was born to save the world. Jesus Christ has been often referred to the "Light of the World" and it only seems fitting that the winter solstice when the sun appeared to return to the waiting world, that His birth was celebrated on that day. There has been quite a bit of controversy on the exact time that Jesus was born. Some believe that it was in March, others in September, but the choice of December 25th demonstrates a desire by early Christians to associate the day with a day honored by many as the day that the light was brought to the world. Since Jesus is often considered, "The Light of the World", this appears to be an appropriate day to choose for the celebration of His birth.
Other traditions also seem fitting including the fact that the date was the same as that chosen by the Babylonians to celebrate their god of creation. Even though Jesus didn't create the world, it is believed that He arrived to bring peace and order to the world, which is very similar to the belief in Marduk. There is even a similarity in the German belief in Oden. "The day will surely come when at God's command Jesus Christ will judge the secret lives of everyone, their inmost thoughts and motives; this is all part of God's great plan, which I proclaim." 4 So whether the coming of light, the return of the sun (perhaps could be interpreted as son?) or the arrival of a god to judge all of the followers, Christmas is a reflection of the celebrations of the light returning to the world and of a sign of hope amid the darkness of the world.
As you progress through the Christian liturgical year, the other significant holiday is Easter, which is the celebration of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The forty days prior to this holiday is called Lent. In 519 AD, Lent gained acceptance by the Catholic Church. A writer of that time, John Cassian explains that the church didn't observe Lent. But as believers started to decline from their devotion, priests had called for a period of fasting to recall them to their original fervor.5 Many other regions, practiced a forty-day periods of fasting. In the Andes and in Mexico pagan followers practiced a solemn fast of forty days to honor the sun.6 The Egyptians also observed a fast of forty days to honor Adonis or Osiris, the mediatorial god. Among the Pagans, Lent seems to be a fast to prepare for the annual festival in commemoration of the "death and resurrection of Tammuz which was celebrated by alternate weeping and rejoicing...being observed in Palestine and Assyria in June, therefore called the "month of Tammuz"8 Once again correlations can be found between the Christian Lent and practices of fasting in preparation for a great event or occasion. This event for most of the pagan religions appears to be the preparation for the coming of spring and the "rebirth" of the land. This can be compared to the Christian belief that even though Jesus had died, that He was "reborn" in his resurrection and that the followers need to prepare themselves for the anniversary of this event by the practice of fasting.

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#135869 Dec 7, 2012
HORROR: British woman 'gang raped' by 3 religion of peace followers in Dubai, she was later prosecuted for drinking without a license...

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middl...

Since: Jun 12

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#135870 Dec 7, 2012
ProVerita wrote:
Amid all that it was perhaps not surprising that early Tuesday morning a pair of radio announcers in Australia called the hospital, impersonating the Queen and Prince Philip. They managed to be put through to a nurse who gave them information about the Duchess’s condition. By Thursday, the Duchess left the hospital, prompting more front-page coverage, and the radio announcers, Mel Greig and Michael Christian, had become global sensations, boasting through social media and their radio show about their trick as the biggest Royal prank ever
Ms. Saldanha’s family put out a brief statement Friday.“We as a family are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved Jacintha. We would ask that the media respect our privacy at this difficult time.”
The death has prompted a fierce reaction. Ms. Greig and Mr. Christian closed their Twitter accounts after they became filled with angry comments about the death. Their employer, Southern Cross Austereo, suspended the announcers and added that the company was “deeply saddened by the tragic
Too bad you don't put out statements about the shocking actions of the islamists around the world who actually kill people on PURPOSE in the name of their false god when they boast about it on facebook etc LOL

Since: Jun 12

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#135871 Dec 7, 2012
J_a_n wrote:
HORROR: British woman 'gang raped' by 3 religion of peace followers in Dubai, she was later prosecuted for drinking without a license...
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middl...
Remember Jan it is always the victims fault especially if they are a female
IL Principe

Hørning, Denmark

#135872 Dec 7, 2012
I can't believe that we discuss this tragic loss of a nurse. It's terrible no matter what religion she belonged to.

End of story.

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#135873 Dec 7, 2012
Milena N wrote:
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Everybody could become weak in certain circumstances.
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Than that is good riddance, get rid of the weak.
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You and I and all of us are all animals.
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In the animal kingdom the strongest shall prevail.
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That is how it happens that the big cats are at the top of food chain in the jungle.
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Were weak spartan babies killed?
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Yes, and they were either thrown off a cliff or drowned. They figured the weak were no use to Sparta because its main focus was its military.

Yes, if the babies were weak or sick, they would be dropped off a cliff or turned into a helot, a slave to the Spartans. Spartans only looked for strong babies for their military. If the baby was weak or deformed, it would be no use because they proved a weak spot in the phalanx. They needed someone to watch their allies backs while maintaining form.
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The Romans did the same.
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The vikings did the same.
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The Saxons did the same.
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The Aztecs did the same.
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The Arabs did the same.
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Only the strong ever survived
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Is only we silly Caucasian since Christianity took over became weak and started to look after the weak.
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Are you aware that there is an indigenous American Indian, as soon as the Husband dies that all his assets are taken away and his partner is left with nothing, that as the winter comes she dies either from the cold or starvation.
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The Eskimo use to put outside their old and young who were to weak to contribute to the clan for the polar bears to eat.
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The Australian Aboriginal and the American Indigenous people would leave the old and weak behind when they lifted camp and moved.
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The Japanese were known to commit suicide not to shame their families.
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The Hindu wife will fling her self onto the burning pyre.
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It is we Caucasians in the last 160 years who are weak all thanks to Florence.
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http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/world/200...
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Enlarge image Enlarge By Marcia Suzuki
A girl named Hakani, a member of the Suruwaha Indian tribe, was buried alive, says the family that adopted her.
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By Dan Harris, Special for USA TODAY
BRASILIA, Brazil — Evangelical Christian missionaries have launched a campaign against what they claim is the widespread practice of infanticide among Amazonian Indians. The missionaries, associated with the U.S.-based group Youth With A Mission, say the Brazilian government is turning a blind eye to the killing of babies born with birth defects, many of which are treatable by western medicine.

Brazilian government officials say the missionaries are exaggerating and exploiting the issue to justify their attempts to convert Indians to Christianity, destroying ancient civilizations in the process.

Since: Jun 12

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#135874 Dec 7, 2012
IL Principe wrote:
I can't believe that we discuss this tragic loss of a nurse. It's terrible no matter what religion she belonged to.
End of story.
Yes it is tragic but trying to blame others for the action of the nurse herself is pathetic. We are all responsible for our own actions and she must have had some terrible issues that she was dealing with to do what she did. The other nurse who the call was handed to who actually gave out some personal details did not kill herself neither was she sacked from the hospital
IL Principe

Hørning, Denmark

#135875 Dec 7, 2012
ProVerita wrote:
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Beer brew even without alcohol is good for your kidneys or if you have stones. Saudia is hot so people do get kidney stones if they don't keep piss flowing , you know you sweat alot due to hea and humidity in the east and westmainly.
There are all kind of non-alcoholic beers in most muslim and non muslim countries and are of all the famous brands too.
Knowing that does not mean you lived in Saudia. Address and postal code and time frame please so I will get questions that you will not find on google.
Australiand kill for bucks. The Bristch poor nurse killed or committed suicide becuse of your radio station greed and heartless clowns
Ofcourse it was brought up by an islumic intruder.

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