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The Advocate

Mexico, Mexico

#38810 Apr 25, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> You have me confused with Gray.
My apologies.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38811 Apr 25, 2013
The Advocate wrote:
<quoted text>
My apologies.
OK.
realist

United States

#38812 Apr 25, 2013
we will see. GOD bless isreal. you have to admire the peace this country shows as they are shelled Every Day and still would rather share peace with their enemys.
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38815 Apr 26, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> Speak for yourself. You feel happy now after your pep-talk and tour to medina and mecca.
Naturally, your faith gets recharged when you visit these places. And wonder how the seed of Islam germinated on these barren lands, brought so many fruits and continues to bring.

What wonderful was the person and his initial followers who planted that seed.

And what have we become today? A laughing stock even for these Jews who had no respect in the world for past 2000 years.
w wman uk

UK

#38816 Apr 26, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Naturally, your faith gets recharged when you visit these places. And wonder how the seed of Islam germinated on these barren lands, brought so many fruits and continues to bring.
What wonderful was the person and his initial followers who planted that seed.
And what have we become today? A laughing stock even for these Jews who had no respect in the world for past 2000 years.
Hi mug if you want to have a laugh look at how followers conduct themselves at mecca in the yearly fudge pumping session the hadge. They throw stones at the devil but their aim is none to good and they usualy kill a couple each year. Morris dancing looks daft but thoes guys are at a different level of nuttyness.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38817 Apr 26, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Naturally, your faith gets recharged when you visit these places. And wonder how the seed of Islam germinated on these barren lands, brought so many fruits and continues to bring.
What wonderful was the person and his initial followers who planted that seed.
And what have we become today? A laughing stock even for these Jews who had no respect in the world for past 2000 years.
This seed of islam that has germinated is called "chaff" and is a useless weed and is toxic. God has said "the wheat will be separated from the chaff" and that there will be a "gathering of the tares" . Gathering of the tares refers to gathering of the forces of evil against both Israel and God.
w wman uk

UK

#38818 Apr 26, 2013
What is less funny is the amount of death and misery this crazy cult is causing. islam is certainly bearing rottern friuts everywhere africa middle east the host countries of europe .
Not that the majority of muslims are rottern but as they a few rottern apples will destroy the barrel.
There is a sizable and nasty minority of islamists that need to be sorted out prefferably by their own peirs if the dont they will spoil things for everyony.
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38820 Apr 26, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text>This seed of islam that has germinated is called "chaff" and is a useless weed and is toxic. God has said "the wheat will be separated from the chaff" and that there will be a "gathering of the tares" . Gathering of the tares refers to gathering of the forces of evil against both Israel and God.
If you ask "chaff" to define Grain, its comments would be exactly like yours!

I like your "defeatist" opinion about Islam. Carry on and be doomed!!
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38821 Apr 26, 2013
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http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

What the U.S. Bombing of Cambodia Tells Us About Obama's Drone Campaign

By Henry Grabar

February 15, 2013 "Information Clearing House" - Halfway through the Justice Department white paper [PDF] defending the lawfulness of government-ordered assassinations of U.S. citizens, there is a curious reference to a dark chapter of American history.

The memo, making the legal case for covertly expanding military operations across international borders, directs readers to an address by State Department legal adviser John R. Stevenson, "United States Military Action in Cambodia: Questions of International Law," delivered to the New York Bar Association in 1970.

The comparison is fitting in ways the Justice Department surely did not intend.

Like the current conflict, the military action in neutral Cambodia was so secretive that information about the first four years of bombing, from 1965 to 1969, was not made public until 2000. And like the current conflict, the operation in Cambodia stood on questionable legal ground. The revelation of its existence, beginning in 1969, was entangled with enough illegal activity in this country -- wiretaps, perjury, falsification of records and a general determination to deceive -- to throw significant doubt on its use as a precedent in court.

The most important parallel, though, isn't legal or moral: it's strategic. As critics wonder what kind of backlash might ensue from drone attacks that kill civilians and terrorize communities, Cambodia provides a telling historical precedent.

Between 1965 and 1973, the U.S. dropped 2.7 million tons of explosives -- more than the Allies dropped in the entirety of World War II -- on Cambodia, whose population was then smaller than New York City's. Estimates of the number of people killed begin in the low hundreds of thousands and range up from there, but the truth is that no one has any idea.

The bombing had two primary effects on survivors. First, hundreds of thousands of villagers fled towards the safety of the capital Phnom Penh, de-stabilizing Cambodia's urban-rural balance. By the end of the war, the country's delicate food supply system was upended, and the capital was so overcrowded that residents were eating bark off of trees.

Secondly, the attacks radicalized a population that had previously been neutral in the country's politics. The severity of the advanced air campaign -- "I want everything that can fly to go in there and crack the hell out of them," then-U.S. President Richard Nixon told National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger -- fomented immense anger in the Cambodian countryside. Charles Meyer, an aide to the deposed Prince Sihanouk, said that it was "difficult to imagine the intensity of [the peasants'] hatred towards those who are destroying their villages and property." Journalist Richard Dudman was more precise. "The bombing and the shooting," he wrote after a period in captivity in the Cambodian jungle, "was radicalizing the people of rural Cambodia and was turning the country into a massive, dedicated, and effective rural base."

Nevertheless, many historians continued to deny the causal link between the violence and the political upheavals in the country. Cambodia's embrace of radicalism instead fit neatly into the Cold War-era "domino theory" paradigm, de-emphasizing the role of local conditions in driving the country's history.

w wman uk

Grays, UK

#38822 Apr 27, 2013
MUQ wrote:
-
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...
What the U.S. Bombing of Cambodia Tells Us About Obama's Drone Campaign
By Henry Grabar
February 15, 2013 "Information Clearing House" - Halfway through the Justice Department white paper [PDF] defending the lawfulness of government-ordered assassinations of U.S. citizens, there is a curious reference to a dark chapter of American history.
The memo, making the legal case for covertly expanding military operations across international borders, directs readers to an address by State Department legal adviser John R. Stevenson, "United States Military Action in Cambodia: Questions of International Law," delivered to the New York Bar Association in 1970.
The comparison is fitting in ways the Justice Department surely did not intend.
Like the current conflict, the military action in neutral Cambodia was so secretive that information about the first four years of bombing, from 1965 to 1969, was not made public until 2000. And like the current conflict, the operation in Cambodia stood on questionable legal ground. The revelation of its existence, beginning in 1969, was entangled with enough illegal activity in this country -- wiretaps, perjury, falsification of records and a general determination to deceive -- to throw significant doubt on its use as a precedent in court.
The most important parallel, though, isn't legal or moral: it's strategic. As critics wonder what kind of backlash might ensue from drone attacks that kill civilians and terrorize communities, Cambodia provides a telling historical precedent.
Between 1965 and 1973, the U.S. dropped 2.7 million tons of explosives -- more than the Allies dropped in the entirety of World War II -- on Cambodia, whose population was then smaller than New York City's. Estimates of the number of people killed begin in the low hundreds of thousands and range up from there, but the truth is that no one has any idea.
The bombing had two primary effects on survivors. First, hundreds of thousands of villagers fled towards the safety of the capital Phnom Penh, de-stabilizing Cambodia's urban-rural balance. By the end of the war, the country's delicate food supply system was upended, and the capital was so overcrowded that residents were eating bark off of trees.
Secondly, the attacks radicalized a population that had previously been neutral in the country's politics. The severity of the advanced air campaign -- "I want everything that can fly to go in there and crack the hell out of them," then-U.S. President Richard Nixon told National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger -- fomented immense anger in the Cambodian countryside. Charles Meyer, an aide to the deposed Prince Sihanouk, said that it was "difficult to imagine the intensity of [the peasants'] hatred towards those who are destroying their villages and property." Journalist Richard Dudman was more precise. "The bombing and the shooting," he wrote after a period in captivity in the Cambodian jungle, "was radicalizing the people of rural Cambodia and was turning the country into a massive, dedicated, and effective rural base."
Nevertheless, many historians continued to deny the causal link between the violence and the political upheavals in the country. Cambodia's embrace of radicalism instead fit neatly into the Cold War-era "domino theory" paradigm, de-emphasizing the role of local conditions in driving the country's history.
Your point is ??????
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38824 Apr 27, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
If you ask "chaff" to define Grain, its comments would be exactly like yours!
I like your "defeatist" opinion about Islam. Carry on and be doomed!!
We ( Christians) will carry on and be eternally blessed !
Gray

Midlothian, VA

#38825 Apr 27, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> We ( Christians) will carry on and be eternally blessed !
Not if your Zionist buddies have anything to do with it:

Zionist Talmudists are the PROVEN enemies of all "non Chosen" human beings

“Israeli rabbi approves murder of non-Jews”
http://www.thenational.ae/apps/pbcs.dll/artic...
http://tonydavies.me.uk/cl6_5a31.htm

"In our country there is room only for the Jews. We shall say to the Arabs: Get out! If they don't agree, if they resist, we shall drive them out by force."   Professor Ben-Zion Dinur, Israel's First Minister of Education, 1954, from History of the Haganah, 1956.

“Palestinian Christians Battle Israel Barrier Route”
http://www.news.net/article/260051/Business/ ?

EXCERPT “Palestinians say the barrier is a land grab because it zigzags through the West Bank. When complete, nearly 10 percent of the West Bank, including many Israeli settlements, would lie on Israel's side, according to the United Nations. Roughly two-thirds of the 700 kilometer (450-mile) structure has been built.

Beit Jala is a postcard-pretty Christian town of 16,000 in the overwhelmingly Muslim West Bank. The likeness of the Palestinian patron, Saint George, is carved into building facades. Groceries sell beer and butchers sell pork, items banned under Islamic law.“ CONTINUED

“The Ugly Face Of The Zionist Jihad: The Halachic Guide For The Killing Of Gentiles”

http://sabbah.biz/mt/archives/2010/03/26/the-...

I was treated far better by Muslims than by Zionists.......how about you?
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38826 Apr 27, 2013
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http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

What the U.S. Bombing of Cambodia Tells Us About Obama's Drone Campaign

By Henry Grabar (Contd.)

William Shawcross, in 1979's Sideshow: Kissenger. Nixon and the Destruction of Cambodia , was the first to advance the theory that the meteoric rise of the Khmer Rouge was not in spite of the U.S. bombing campaign but because of it. Taylor Owen, the research director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia, and Ben Kiernan, director of the Genocide Studies Program at Yale, have concluded that the full war archives, released by President Clinton in 2000, confirm this version of history.

"The impact of this bombing... is clearer than ever," they write. "Civilian casualties in Cambodia drove an enraged populace into the arms of an insurgency that had enjoyed relatively little support until the bombing began, setting in motion the expansion of the Vietnam War deeper into Cambodia, a coup d'etat in 1970, the rapid rise of the Khmer Rouge, and ultimately the Cambodian genocide."

In tactical terms, contemporary drone attacks are far more precise than the pell-mell Cambodia-era bombs. One comparison, though, remains apt: in both cases, the American government has been less than forthcoming about the effect of these weapons on local populations. The Bureau of Investigative Journalism reports that between 2,500 and 3,500 people have been killed by drone strikes, including -- contrary to the recent statements of CIA nominee John Brennan -- between 473 and 893 civilians, and 176 children.(The classification of civilians has been called into question as well. The Obama administration reportedly "counts all military-age males in a strike zone as combatants," unless posthumously proved innocent.)

Owen and Kiernan saw the parallel to current anti-terror operations before the Department of Justice did. In 2010, they published a paper in The Asia-Pacific Journal called " Roots of U.S. Troubles in Afghanistan: Civilian Bombing Casualties and the Cambodian Precedent," in which they argue that incidents like the predator drone strike on a Pakistani village in 2006 created direct blowback.

This point of view is echoed by Pakistani journalist Mohammed Hanif, who recently argued that the strikes are not only radicalizing the population but are "creating a whole new generation of people who will grow up thinking that this is what happened to us and now, now we want revenge." In Pakistan and Yemen, Jo Becker and Scott Shane wrote in the New York Times, "drones have become the recruiting tool of choice for militants."

In this respect, the DOJ could not have found a more fitting precedent than the carpet-bombing of Cambodia. The purpose of the sustained bombardment from 1972 to 1973 was to prevent the Khmer Rouge from consolidating power. The result was the opposite.

The thousands of people killed so far by drone strikes represent a fraction of the several hundred thousand who died beneath the B-52s between 1969 and 1975. But the level of fear and anger -- and the opportunity for insurgent groups to harness those emotions -- cannot be so easily calculated.

In the words of retired General Stanley McChrystal, the former commander of NATO forces in Afghanistan, one can't help but hear an echo of Charles Meyer, Richard Dudman, and other observers of the Cambodia campaign. "What scares me about the drone strikes is how they are perceived around the world," McChrystal said last month. "The resentment created by American use of unmanned strikes...is much greater than the average American appreciates. They are hated on a visceral level, even by people who've never seen one or seen the effects of one."

This article was originally posted at The Atlantic
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38827 Apr 27, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> We ( Christians) will carry on and be eternally blessed !
I did not know that you have become God!!
Gray

Midlothian, VA

#38828 Apr 27, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
I did not know that you have become God!!
EDUCATED Christians know the Real Enemy of both Faiths:

“The War Against American Christians Part II: Zionization of Christians”
http://www.thepeoplesvoice.org/TPV3/Voices.ph...
EXCERPT “The sad reality that naďve American Christians have not yet comprehend, is that Judaism, not Islam, is the real enemy of Christianity as well as all non-Jews.

Have they studied the Qur’an, the Islamic holy book, before hating and burning it, American Christians would have discovered that Islam is closer to Christianity.

Islam’s message of brotherhood, love and peace is similar to Jesus’ teachings.

Similar to Christianity Islam is a universal religion for all nations and is not exclusive to just one elitist group like Judaism.

Islam recognizes all the Christian profits starting from Adam all the way down to Mohammad including Jesus (Issa in Arabic) and his mother.

Islam reveres Virgin Mary to a point it dedicated a whole chapter in the Qur’an in her name, something neither Judaism nor Christianity had ever done.”CONTINUED

“CHRISTIAN HOLOCAUST HIDDEN HELL: COMMUNISM IS JEWISH!“Zionist Jews Killed 60+ Million Mostly Christian Men, Women and Children! Hidden by Jewish Owned Media!”[Censorship Level: Active]
http://truedemocracyparty.net/2012/06/christi...
Under the Sign of the Scorpion – Jewish Communists&#8232;“The Gulag Archipelago, Alexander Solzhenitsyn informed an incredulous world that the blood-maddened Jewish terrorists had murdered sixty-six million victims in Russia from 1918 to 1957! Solzhenitsyn cited Cheka Order No. 10, issued on January 8, 1921:‘To intensify the repression of the bourgeoisie (gentiles).’CONTINUED

“THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO KILLING NON-JEWS”
http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/the-complete-...

Ignorance & Intolerance go Hand-In-Hand so please excuse our Ignorant, psuedo Christians who have been well Brainwashed ("Light Load" washing) by Ziono-Media's Monopoly of America

Thanks for your informative contributions to this Forum that is so sadly sullied by simple minded Zionist Shills and Professionally deceived, ignorant "Christians" spamming us with scripted Hate Screeds.

Gray
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38829 Apr 27, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
I did not know that you have become God!!
Do you feel good adding words to people's posts ?
Gary

Columbus, OH

#38830 Apr 27, 2013
Islam is on its last legs.
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38831 Apr 27, 2013
Gray wrote:
<quoted text>
EDUCATED Christians know the Real Enemy of both Faiths:
“The War Against American Christians Part II: Zionization of Christians”
http://www.thepeoplesvoice.org/TPV3/Voices.ph...
EXCERPT “The sad reality that naďve American Christians have not yet comprehend, is that Judaism, not Islam, is the real enemy of Christianity as well as all non-Jews.
Have they studied the Qur’an, the Islamic holy book, before hating and burning it, American Christians would have discovered that Islam is closer to Christianity.
Islam’s message of brotherhood, love and peace is similar to Jesus’ teachings.
Similar to Christianity Islam is a universal religion for all nations and is not exclusive to just one elitist group like Judaism.
Islam recognizes all the Christian profits starting from Adam all the way down to Mohammad including Jesus (Issa in Arabic) and his mother.
Islam reveres Virgin Mary to a point it dedicated a whole chapter in the Qur’an in her name, something neither Judaism nor Christianity had ever done.”CONTINUED
“CHRISTIAN HOLOCAUST HIDDEN HELL: COMMUNISM IS JEWISH!“Zionist Jews Killed 60+ Million Mostly Christian Men, Women and Children! Hidden by Jewish Owned Media!”[Censorship Level: Active]
http://truedemocracyparty.net/2012/06/christi...


Gray
Thank you for a most wonderful reply!!

I really enjoyed it and the links which you have shown are very good.

I posted on some threads that these Zionists have totally neutralized Christianity in Western World.

Now it is Christians who are "willfully acting like slaves" to these Zionists and doing all the dirty work for them.

Some how they have brainwashed the majority of Christians, that for Jesus to return, the Jews must get their homeland back and have the Temple built there, unless that happens Jesus shall not return.

So now it is "Christians who are doing every thing in their power" to "ensure that Israel is created, that it is to be made secure and safe and its "enemies" have to be weakened so that no one can threaten their country.

And most of Christian nations in the world are busy for past 100 years in doing just that!! 12 Million Jews driving these 2.5 Billion Christians to do what they "ask" them to do!!

Presidents of USA and Prime Ministers of European countries, take orders for Tel Aviv!!

And they have shortlisted Islam as their prime enemies, because fortunately or unfortunately it is Muslim nations that are all around their precious child Israel.

This is what I am able to decode about the situation in ME.

Thanks for your post and I feel very happy to get it.

PS:

Just see the difference between your post and that of Gary and WW Man.!! It is like difference between White and Black, Day and Night.
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#38832 Apr 27, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> Do you feel good adding words to people's posts ?
It is God, who can decide who shall have eternal happiness and you granted it to yourself, where did I go wrong?
w wman uk

UK

#38833 Apr 28, 2013
Gray wrote:
<quoted text>
EDUCATED Christians know the Real Enemy of both Faiths:
“The War Against American Christians Part II: Zionization of Christians”
http://www.thepeoplesvoice.org/TPV3/Voices.ph...
EXCERPT “The sad reality that naďve American Christians have not yet comprehend, is that Judaism, not Islam, is the real enemy of Christianity as well as all non-Jews.
Have they studied the Qur’an, the Islamic holy book, before hating and burning it, American Christians would have discovered that Islam is closer to Christianity.
Islam’s message of brotherhood, love and peace is similar to Jesus’ teachings.
Similar to Christianity Islam is a universal religion for all nations and is not exclusive to just one elitist group like Judaism.
Islam recognizes all the Christian profits starting from Adam all the way down to Mohammad including Jesus (Issa in Arabic) and his mother.
Islam reveres Virgin Mary to a point it dedicated a whole chapter in the Qur’an in her name, something neither Judaism nor Christianity had ever done.”CONTINUED
“CHRISTIAN HOLOCAUST HIDDEN HELL: COMMUNISM IS JEWISH!“Zionist Jews Killed 60+ Million Mostly Christian Men, Women and Children! Hidden by Jewish Owned Media!”[Censorship Level: Active]
http://truedemocracyparty.net/2012/06/christi...
Under the Sign of the Scorpion – Jewish Communists&#8232;“The Gulag Archipelago, Alexander Solzhenitsyn informed an incredulous world that the blood-maddened Jewish terrorists had murdered sixty-six million victims in Russia from 1918 to 1957! Solzhenitsyn cited Cheka Order No. 10, issued on January 8, 1921:‘To intensify the repression of the bourgeoisie (gentiles).’CONTINUED
“THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO KILLING NON-JEWS”
http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/the-complete-...
Ignorance & Intolerance go Hand-In-Hand so please excuse our Ignorant, psuedo Christians who have been well Brainwashed ("Light Load" washing) by Ziono-Media's Monopoly of America
Thanks for your informative contributions to this Forum that is so sadly sullied by simple minded Zionist Shills and Professionally deceived, ignorant "Christians" spamming us with scripted Hate Screeds.
Gray
Hi gay Ignorance & Intolerance go Hand-In-Hand so please excuse our Ignorant muslims poisoned by the koran a book of extreem intolerance and vengence toward all non believers. It is an honest book which leaves the reader with no doubt it followers seek world domination. Have you ever checked out mohameds rape sheet sorry rap sheet theres all the murder coverting his followers and their wives stealing and pedophilia he was a very naughty boy? Can you tell us some more stories obout your heroic deeds as a doctor ?

islam is certainly doing the copts proud in egypt. islam is very good for the penal system in UK we looked up 11 bombebers this week they will join there sex ring brother l hope our indiginous scum give the the reception they deserve.
Where are the positve effects of islam ?

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