Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says

Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says

There are 38090 comments on the Worcester Telegram & Gazette story from Jun 4, 2007, titled Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says. In it, Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports that:

TEHRAN, Iran- Iran's hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad yesterday said the world would witness the destruction of Israel soon, the official Islamic Republic News Agency reported.

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Zioni

Israel

#40785 Jan 6, 2014
MUQ wrote:
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Ans.
01. We keep on moving in circles it seems, come back to same starting point in the end.
02. So US Veto is a UN Issue and not a ME issue? Why should US (a Pro Arab according to you) would use it Veto in UN to save Isreal from UN sanctions?
Why did not US its Veto to help their "allies and partners" like Iran, Iraq or Saudi Arabia at any time?
03. US is picking up fight with every nation, because of Al Qaeda. And what is in Al Qaeda that US is against?
04. I like your admission that Isreal is not "innocent"!!
That is a great PLUS point forcing you to agree that it is not innocent.
It is not only "not innocent" but it is the root cause of most problems we are seeing in ME and other countries.
05. Ask Obama, if even in his wildest dreams he thinks of a world without Isreal?
06. If what US is doing in ME is because most of US leadership is Arabist, what would happen when they become Zionist?
Think about it!!
01. So agree to disagree.

02. Israel is used as a base in the Middle East by Israel. If anything the US controls Israel and not the other way around. When the US says jump its not often Israel says no even if it negates its own interests. Lately the US has harmed Israel by supporting its enemies and releasing secret information.

What Veto could the US carry out to support Iraq and Saudi? The world doesn't really issue Resolutions unless its about Israel. So there are not many the US could disagree with. As for Israel, most resolutions are one-sided and the US is very clear that they must be more objective. As someone said here there was only one resolutions against the Palestinians whose whole existence is based on open genocide and destruction.

03. No idea what you are talking about. You seem very simplistic in your analysis of the situation and regional dynamics. Nothing is usually about one thing but about various things. The US fought Sunni Extremism for many years in Iraq, but then turned to Libya and supported them. In Syria they started off but than moved to support Iran and Syria. The US seems to be only supporting extremists. Erdogan, Morsi, Achmadinejad after elections, even in contact with Hizballah.

04. No-one forced me to do anything I believe and know that Israel is not 100% innocent as no country is. You are the one in denial about what is going on. The fact is though that most of the things Israel is targeted for are either myths or a double standard.

So you blame Israel for oppression of miniorities, women, freedom speech/religion in most of the middle east on Israel? What about the Iranian oppression of Bahai, Arabs Jews, Homosexuals etc. Other countries?? SO blame the Jews for everything wrong with the world. Typical Muslim it seems blind to reality and blaming others for your own actions.
You should listen to these songs they will give you some context on how stupid you sound.


HERE IS ISRAEL - Israel Apartheid by Ari Lesser

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
HERE IS ISRAEL - Boycott Israel by Ari Lesser
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40786 Jan 6, 2014
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France Fuels Sectarian Killing in CAR

By Finian Cunningham

December 15, 2013 "Information Clearing House - France has innocent blood on its hands, as sectarian violence between Christians and Muslims appears to be spiraling out of control in the Central African Republic (CAR).

Up to 500 people have reportedly been killed over the past week and tens of thousands have fled their homes to escape further deadly clashes.

The impoverished state of 4.6 million people was already suffering from a food crisis, with a quarter of the population said to be without supplies. Now the fear of sectarian fighting is adding to the plight of this African country.

French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, on a visit to the CAR capital, Bangui, at the weekend, warned that “violence is spiraling out of control” and that the country is facing a “humanitarian crisis”.

But this is exactly the kind of bloody chaos that some analysts were predicting would take place – precisely because of France’s reckless military intervention in its former African colony.
Earlier this week, French President Francois Hollande, also on a visit to the CAR, paid tribute to two French paratroopers killed in a gun battle in Bangui. He said the French intervention was necessary “to avoid a bloodbath”.

Hollande is distorting the facts. The carnage in the CAR erupted after heavily armed French soldiers began patrolling the streets. French troops are not preventing mayhem; they are inflaming it.

The upsurge in inter-communal bloodletting occurred days after French troops began arriving in the CAR on 2 December. The violence reached a peak three days later when nearly 400 people were killed in the capital. Prior to France’s troop intervention there were reports of sporadic violence in remote parts of the country, but not in the capital itself nor on such a massive scale.

There are now 1,600 French troops in the CAR along with some 3,000 African Union forces, but the bloodshed shows no sign of abating.
This is because the French military intervention is fuelling sectarian tensions and is giving a free hand to militia groups from the dominant Christian population, known as “anti-Balaka”, which are launching attacks on defenceless Muslim communities.

In several incidents in Bangui over the past week, French military checkpoints were seen to be disarming Muslim militias while ignoring the armed Christian groups. There are also reports of Christian gangs looting Muslim businesses as gun-toting French soldiers stand idly by watching.
This is creating an atmosphere of fear and insecurity among the minority Muslim community.

Not surprisingly, there are reports of deadly reprisal attacks by Muslims on Christians. But it seems fair to say that the preponderance of violence is being meted out against
Muslims.

One French army captain told the BBC that it is “easier to disarm Muslim militia than Christian because the former have been largely confined to barracks”. This one-sided approach by the French is leaving the Muslim community feeing vulnerable to attacks.

In one of the latest atrocities, 27 Muslims in the northern town of Bossangoa were slain on Thursday, according to the UN. In another massacre, six Muslims were killed in a house in the village of Bohong, in the West of the country.

The precise identity of the attackers is not known, but various sources attribute the killings to the anti-Balaka militia, which have
recruited former soldiers who were loyal to the ousted Christian president Francoise Bozizé.

MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40787 Jan 7, 2014
Zioni wrote:
01. So agree to disagree.

02. Israel is used as a base in the Middle East by Israel. If anything the US controls Israel and not the other way around. When the US says jump its not often Israel says no even if it negates its own interests. Lately the US has harmed Israel by supporting its enemies and releasing secret information.

What Veto could the US carry out to support Iraq and Saudi? The world doesn't really issue Resolutions unless its about Israel. So there are not many the US could disagree with. As for Israel, most resolutions are one-sided and the US is very clear that they must be more objective. As someone said here there was only one resolutions against the Palestinians whose whole existence is based on open genocide and destruction.

03. No idea what you are talking about. You seem very simplistic in your analysis of the situation and regional dynamics. Nothing is usually about one thing but about various things. The US fought Sunni Extremism for many years in Iraq, but then turned to Libya and supported them. In Syria they started off but than moved to support Iran and Syria. The US seems to be only supporting extremists. Erdogan, Morsi, Achmadinejad after elections, even in contact with Hizballah.

04. No-one forced me to do anything I believe and know that Israel is not 100% innocent as no country is. You are the one in denial about what is going on. The fact is though that most of the things Israel is targeted for are either myths or a double standard.

So you blame Israel for oppression of miniorities, women, freedom speech/religion in most of the middle east on Israel? What about the Iranian oppression of Bahai, Arabs Jews, Homosexuals etc. Other countries?? SO blame the Jews for everything wrong with the world. Typical Muslim it seems blind to reality and blaming others for your own actions.
You should listen to these songs they will give you some context on how stupid you sound.

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
HERE IS ISRAEL - Israel Apartheid by Ari Lesser

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
HERE IS ISRAEL - Boycott Israel by Ari Lesser
Ans.

I think we have said enough on this matter and now each of us repeating the same thing again and again.

So there is no need of "endless discussions" and we should wait and watch for situation to change (if it changes at all)
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40788 Jan 7, 2014
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
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And so it goes. Everything you see today, at one time belonged to somebody else. You can't turn back the clock just because you hate a certain class of people. Do you like to see yourself talk? Sure looks like it.
That is a good logic , that to accept what we have today.

But are things not changing and changing hands even these days. Are not new countries being carved out even these days.

Have not many nations not vanished from the face of earth in our own times?

Having defacto control of some land or area can be justified by the principle of "Might is Right" basis.

But what we do not like is providing arguments like "God gave Isreal to only Jews" and it is their "Birthright and homeland" etc. etc.

They should be man enough and say "We got that land thru deceit, intrigue, mischief and tyranny" , we will hold it as much as we can.

If they took it by force, intrigue, mischief and tyranny, then other side also has the same rights to win it back.

It should be open ended battle and winner should take all. This is more honest view of the situation in my view, than people giving all justification for creation and existence of Isreal.
w wmanuk

Leeds, UK

#40789 Jan 7, 2014
MUQ wrote:
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Ans.
I think we have said enough on this matter and now each of us repeating the same thing again and again.
So there is no need of "endless discussions" and we should wait and watch for situation to change (if it changes at all)
We know its iritating pointing out the hatred directed to the non believers ie the boiling water down throat thang,do not take a non believer as a friend,the wife beating instruction. Its so anoying seeing the koran shown up for what it is a fake and moohamed for the creature he really was. Women the old and children are suffering daily as a direct result of the islamist nobody really cares about bbugggers like you and the murhumna riding round in pic up trucks with machine guns but for the former its truly sad.
mug the lier proclaims islam is the religion of peace.
Its not no it never was and will never be.
Even if you have your wet dream and every Jewish person on this planet was exterminated it wouldnt make the islamist happy he would want to kill all the non believers.
Then he wouldnt be happy he would want to kill everyone he considered less holy than himself.
l will wait and see the islamists disapear, islam will have to reform its nasty ways or the will anilate themselve and anybody close to them.
Kermudgeon

Lockport, NY

#40790 Jan 7, 2014
...which gives Israel the right to attack Iran's nuclear facilities.
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40792 Jan 7, 2014

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

France Fuels Sectarian Killing in CAR

By Finian Cunningham (Contd)


Bozizé was kicked out of office in March earlier this year by a rebel alliance known as Seleka. The Seleka are mainly Muslim and the new interim president, Michel Djotodia, is the first Muslim leader of the mainly Christian country. Christians comprise about 40 per cent of the population, Muslims 15 per cent, and the rest profess aboriginal beliefs.

The deposed Bozizé, who is reportedly living in exile in France, was backed by the French, who put in him in power in 2003 by orchestrating a coup against an elected leader, Ange Felix Patassé.

Bozizé was notoriously corrupt and hardly has a popular mandate, but remnants of his army have remained loyal and filled the ranks of the anti-Balaka militia.

One can safely assume that if Bozizé or a lackey were reinstated to the presidency that would suit French interests.

Western media narrative, influenced by French government spin, has tended to blame the chaos and violence in the CAR on the Seleka rebels, without substantiation.

However, various sources contend that it was the Christian-based anti-Balaka who began inciting violence against Muslim civilians during September.

Then French government officials started issuing dire warnings to the media of genocide looming in the CAR. These warnings and clamoring for “humanitarian intervention” paved the way for Paris to push the UN Security Council to vote for a French-led “peacekeeping mission”.

With suspicious haste, the French government pre-empted the UNSC authorization given on 5 December when it began sending hundreds of its troops three days before that date.

Of significance is the sudden recall by Paris of its ambassador to the CAR at the end of last month. Serge Mucetti had only served less than two years in the post. His recall under orders from French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius was not given any official explanation but it seemed strange at a time when the French were about to embark on a major military operation in the CAR.

Mucetti had previously worked for many years as a French government advisor on expatriate matters. One can assume that he had accurate knowledge of situations on the ground.

Added to this is the widely acknowledged fact that sectarian violence between Christians and Muslims in the Central African Republic was unheard of prior to this recent upsurge.

The bets are that the former French ambassador was not toeing the official Paris government line that the CAR was “on the brink of genocide” and he was pushed out of his post so as not to spoil the upcoming narrative underpinning French intervention.

The narrative of chaos and sectarian violence has been talked up by France for the past several weeks, and now tragically is becoming reality. This chaos is providing France with a convenient cover for its intervention in this resource-rich African country.
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40793 Jan 7, 2014
With the same land area as France and with only seven per cent of France’s population, the CAR is a treasure trove for exploitation. It is abundant in oil, hydropower, agriculture, forestry, gold, diamonds,copper and other minerals, prime among them uranium ore, the fuel of choice for nuclear energy. Some 80 per cent of all French electricity production comes from nuclear power.

Rather tellingly, French President Hollande asserted this week:“France is not here in the Central African Republic out of any
self-interest… France has come to defend human dignity.” That assertion sounds suspiciously guilt-ridden.

The plain truth is France has intervened in CAR for a neo-imperialist bonanza. But it needs a pretext of humanitarianism and sectarian chaos to cover up its naked criminality. This would explain who is engineering the bloodletting in that unfortunate country; and the blood trail goes all the way to Paris.

Finian Cunningham (born 1963) has written extensively on international affairs, with articles published in several languages. He is a Master’s graduate in Agricultural Chemistry and worked as a scientific editor for the Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, England, before pursuing a career in journalism. The author was deported from Bahrain in June 2011 because of his critical journalism in which he highlighted systematic human rights violations by regime forces. He is now a columnist on international politics for Press TV and the Strategic Culture Foundation.

This article was originally published at "Presss TV"

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#40794 Jan 7, 2014
MUQ wrote:
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Fighting involves two parties, if one is willing to fight why should you shrink from?
Islam is a practical religion, it has solutions for every one, those who want to live in peace and those who want to fight.
To which group you belong to?
Peace lovers or those who bully others?
Solutions like blowing up people and hanging people if they are gay or cutting off a hand of a thief. Why can't Islam allow Allah to judge? Why is allah so weak? Is allah dead like mo and his child wife?
w wman uk

Birmingham, UK

#40796 Jan 8, 2014
MUQ wrote:
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...
France Fuels Sectarian Killing in CAR
By Finian Cunningham (Contd)
Bozizé was kicked out of office in March earlier this year by a rebel alliance known as Seleka. The Seleka are mainly Muslim and the new interim president, Michel Djotodia, is the first Muslim leader of the mainly Christian country. Christians comprise about 40 per cent of the population, Muslims 15 per cent, and the rest profess aboriginal beliefs.
The deposed Bozizé, who is reportedly living in exile in France, was backed by the French, who put in him in power in 2003 by orchestrating a coup against an elected leader, Ange Felix Patassé.
Bozizé was notoriously corrupt and hardly has a popular mandate, but remnants of his army have remained loyal and filled the ranks of the anti-Balaka militia.
One can safely assume that if Bozizé or a lackey were reinstated to the presidency that would suit French interests.
Western media narrative, influenced by French government spin, has tended to blame the chaos and violence in the CAR on the Seleka rebels, without substantiation.
However, various sources contend that it was the Christian-based anti-Balaka who began inciting violence against Muslim civilians during September.
Then French government officials started issuing dire warnings to the media of genocide looming in the CAR. These warnings and clamoring for “humanitarian intervention” paved the way for Paris to push the UN Security Council to vote for a French-led “peacekeeping mission”.
With suspicious haste, the French government pre-empted the UNSC authorization given on 5 December when it began sending hundreds of its troops three days before that date.
Of significance is the sudden recall by Paris of its ambassador to the CAR at the end of last month. Serge Mucetti had only served less than two years in the post. His recall under orders from French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius was not given any official explanation but it seemed strange at a time when the French were about to embark on a major military operation in the CAR.
Mucetti had previously worked for many years as a French government advisor on expatriate matters. One can assume that he had accurate knowledge of situations on the ground.
Added to this is the widely acknowledged fact that sectarian violence between Christians and Muslims in the Central African Republic was unheard of prior to this recent upsurge.
The bets are that the former French ambassador was not toeing the official Paris government line that the CAR was “on the brink of genocide” and he was pushed out of his post so as not to spoil the upcoming narrative underpinning French intervention.
The narrative of chaos and sectarian violence has been talked up by France for the past several weeks, and now tragically is becoming reality. This chaos is providing France with a convenient cover for its intervention in this resource-rich African country.
Poor mug as soon as he skis off paste he gets owned so hes back on paste. The fool cant even explain whey the koran contains such hatred to non believers . There apears to be several incarnations of the propergandist mug while l have had great fun one of them even proclaimed that the dinosaures were muslims you are by far the weakest one .You must improve or you will be sacked.
The thought of a moohamedasourarse with a turban on charging around claiming world domination is amusing and might shed light on why became extinct did they blow each other up?
w wman uk

Birmingham, UK

#40797 Jan 8, 2014
Perhaps someone should do a cartoon of a moohamedasorearse.
Opps bad idea riots killing death threats from the followers of the religion of peace . Quite why they are so weak in their faith and feel so threatened by a cartoon ?
This is surly proof that the cult should be called the religion of perminant offence ?
Could our resident mohamidan respond if hes not to busy sking on paste or his twisted sister gray ?
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40798 Jan 8, 2014
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

Right To Resist Oppression

By Paul Balles

December 15, 2013 "Information Clearing House - In August 2004 Richard Hugus, critic of progressive injustice, wrote an article called "Lies of the Israeli peace movement".

What Hugus wrote almost 10 years ago has as much forgotten or neglected relevance today.

In an announcement for a meeting, the public was invited to hear from "bereaved Israeli and Palestinian families supporting peace, reconciliation and tolerance".

Referring to a meeting between Jews and Palestinians, Hugus points to progressives like Noam Chomsky.

These progressives have spoken of "what is 'realistic', as if it's realistic to remove an entire people from their country by massacre and attrition, to jail inside 24-foot high walls any who remain, to shoot children in the street, to destroy farmland and water supplies, to drive people to starvation, to wage war on rock-throwers with F-16s, tanks and attack helicopters..."

If that wasn't enough, these progressive liberators "never acknowledge" that facts created and gains made by Ariel Sharon and all his predecessors were atrocious crimes.

"To the double-talking liberal, it is not 'realistic' to stop any of this, and give Palestinians back what was stolen," he wrote.

"Genocide is realistic; justice is not. The progressive 'realist' is finally no different than the right wing Zionist."

Almost 10 years of repetition and Hugus' message has sunk into very few Western minds.

Hugus concludes with the observation that everyone should be making: "It is time to respond to the pacifist progressive in particular who collaborates with the oppressor by equating and condemning all violence.

"The language of resistance must be clearly spoken: It is right for Palestinians to resist the occupation, not just the occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, but of all of Palestine, by whatever means possible..."

This is the argument that even the most righteous of commentators has been afraid to make.

He offers a similarly honest view regarding the resistance of other populations fighting invasion.

"It is right for the Iraqi resistance to resist the similar vicious US occupation of Iraq," he said.

"It was right for the Sioux to resist, it was right for the African slave to resist, it was right for the Vietnamese to resist.

"In no way can the minor losses of the oppressor be equated with or compensate for the original crime of his aggression."

Hugus appropriately draws the historical parallels that have bedevilled others.

He voices one of the only meaningful and justifiable arguments for violent resistance.

"It is time for progressives in the US to openly and clearly support resistance to the monster that the US has become and the entities it supports, like Israel, and increasingly this means rejecting the false language of the pacifist," he argues.

So it's time to stop the labelling of members of legitimate resistance movements as terrorists.

Remember, the real terrorists are the thieves who stole Palestinian land and freedom.

Hugus conclues: "The conflict in Palestine is not morally ambiguous. It is not a battle between two sides who are equally guilty.

"Zionists attacked, Palestinians defended. There is a right and a wrong."

Hugus is right. The pacifists are wrong. Ten years is longer than enough for a fitting response.

Palestinians must resist the illegal settlements in Palestine until people get their land and their dignity back.

They must resist attempts to equate efforts of occupiers to match their desires for peace with people's rights.

They must resist the fear instilled by Israeli tanks and jets, armed IDF soldiers, prisons and torture.

They must resist the temptation to expect others to fight or negotiate for them. And they must resist the temptation to give up.

Paul J. Balles is a retired American university professor and freelance writer who has lived in the Middle East for many years.
w wmanuk

London, UK

#40800 Jan 9, 2014
Mug the coward returns with more cut and paste.
The fact remains that even if all Jews were exterminated . The curse of the hatered that the koran entreats its followers to adopt to all non believers would still be causing violence,poverty and oppression.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#40802 Jan 9, 2014
w wmanuk wrote:
Mug the coward returns with more cut and paste.
The fact remains that even if all Jews were exterminated . The curse of the hatered that the koran entreats its followers to adopt to all non believers would still be causing violence,poverty and oppression.
I agree muk is boring, I never read that kind of crap, it seems he has no more argument left. Very sad. It seems his moon god is dead like Mo and his child wife. It might be time to strap on the vest muk.
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40803 Jan 9, 2014
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

Washington Drives the World Toward War

By Paul Craig Roberts

December 14, 2013 "Information Clearing House - Washington has had the US at war for 12 years: Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, Pakistan, Yemen, and almost Syria, which could still happen, with Iran waiting in the wings. These wars have been expensive in terms of money, prestige, and deaths and injuries of both US soldiers and the attacked civilian populations. None of these wars appears to have any compelling reason or justifiable explanation. The wars have been important to the profits of the military/security complex. The wars have provided cover for the construction of a Stasi police state in America, and the wars have served Israel’s interest by removing obstacles to Israel’s annexation of the entire West Bank and southern Lebanon.

As costly and destructive as these wars have been, they are far below the level of a world war, much less a world war against nuclear armed opponents.

The fatal war for humanity is the war with Russia and China toward which Washington is driving the US and Washington’s NATO and Asian puppet states. There are a number of factors contributing to Washington’s drive toward the final war, but the overarching one is the doctrine of American exceptionalism.

According to this self-righteous doctrine, America is the indispensable country. What this means is that the US has been chosen by history to establish the hegemony of secular “democratic capitalism” over the world. The primacy of this goal places the US government above traditional morality and above all law, both its own and international.

Thus, no one in the US government has been held accountable for unprovoked aggression against other countries and for attacking civilian populations, unambiguous war crimes under international law and the Nuremberg standard. Neither has anyone in the US government been held accountable for torture, a prohibited crime under US law and the Geneva Conventions. Neither has anyone been held accountable for numerous violations of constitutional rights--spying without warrants, warrantless searches, violations of habeas corpus, murder of citizens without due process, denial of legal representation, conviction on secret evidence. The list is long.

A person might wonder what is exceptional and indispensable about a government that is a reincarnation of Nazi Germany in every respect. People propagandized into the belief that they are the world’s special people inevitably lose their humanity. Thus, as the US military video released by Bradley Manning reveals, US troops get their jollies by mowing down innocent people as they walk along a city street.

With the exception of the ACLU, constitutional rights groups and independent Internet voices, the American people including the Christian churches have accepted their government’s criminality and immorality with scant protest.

The absence of moral denunciation emboldens Washington which is now pushing hard against Russia and China, the current governments of which stand in the way of Washington’s world hegemony.

Washington has been working against Russia for 22 years ever since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. In violation of the Reagan-Gorbachev agreement, Washington expanded NATO into Eastern Europe and the Baltic states and established military bases on Russia’s borders. Washington is also seeking to extend NATO into former constituent parts of Russia itself such as Georgia and Ukraine.

w wmanuk

Milton Keynes, UK

#40804 Jan 10, 2014
Hadiths of hate.
The hadith (sacred teaching) reads as follows:

“Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: The last hour would not come unless the Muslims will fight against the Jews and the Muslims would kill them until the Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or a tree would say: Muslim, or the servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him….”

Oh how islamic mug what hatefull turd would put such crap into their holy book answers please mug gay ratodour ?
Read THE BOOK

Belgrade, Serbia

#40806 Jan 10, 2014
The Arabic word for "god" is "ilah", while "al" is the Arabic for "the". Therefore, "Allah" combines "al" with "ilah" and removes the "i", to literally means, "the God".

But much like "YHWH/Yahweh/Jehovah " is the personal name of the God of the Bible, "Allah" was also the personal name given to the moon god, the highest of the 360 pagan idols worshipped in Mecca muslims bow down in front of Kabba, 40 feet tall giant stone in Muhammad's home town and that's why the symbols of islam are Moon and Star
Read THE BOOK

Belgrade, Serbia

#40807 Jan 10, 2014
do they really get all those virgins when they die?

I have seen numerous after death experiences of Christians where people came back to life and claimed they were in Heaven and they saw Jesus. But so far I haven't seen any Muslim who said I died, spent some time with 72 virgins or at least one of them and I came back to life. Did I miss something or could it be that the devil lied to them when he transformed into an angel of light and gave Mohammad Divine Visions to write his book qoran and create his religion Islam? The devil knows mankind will always lust for sex that's also one of the ways which lure people into Islam in which anyone could marry 4 women, and when you die you get 72 virgins and sht like that.

And as you can all see, this is as far as islamic morality about "this and that is a sin" goes.

Sorry if I offended someone but I don't have anything nice to say about Islam. Convert to Christianity and I'll accept your burden on my back.

Their women cover themselves from head to toe acting moral yet their own religion Islam tolerates polygamy and even after that you get 72 women, that's a huge number. One would get tired of everything after 2 or 3

Do you know what kind of women mentioned in The Bible were covered totally like the Islamic women are?

The answer is: prostitutes, so that no one could recognize them, it was the matter of reputation because of the ugly nature of their hobby

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#40808 Jan 10, 2014
I am a Jewish convert (although the Jews don't want me) and the Arabs are right. Israel will come to an end and the Messiah should come this year. It could happen as early as April 1st and the Messiahs enemies will burst into flames and Israel will be conquered by the king of the north (Syria) and the king of the south (Egypt). The Palestinians will also participate. This punishment is coming on the Jews because they have rejected their Messiah who is also God incarnate. It's called VWD Day and that stands for Vengeance, Wrath, and Destruction. Israel will remain in captivity until they turn to God with their whole heart. She made an appearance and a name for herself 30 years ago, and it's time.
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40809 Jan 10, 2014
Washington Drives the World Toward War

By Paul Craig Roberts

(Contd.)

In his presidential address to the Russian National Assembly (both chambers of parliament) on December 12, Vladimir Putin addressed the offensive military threat that Washington poses to Russia. Putin said that Washington calls its anti-ballistic missile system defensive, but “in fact it is a signifiant part of the strategic offensive potential” and designed to tip the balance of power in Washington’s favor. Having acknowledged the threat, Putin replied to the threat:“Let no one have illusions that he can achieve military superiority over Russia. We will never allow it.”

Faced with the Obama regime’s murder of the nuclear weapons reduction treaty, Putin said:“We realize all this and know what we need to do.”

If anyone remains to write a history, the Obama regime will be known as the regime that resurrected the cold war, which President Reagan worked so hard to end, and drove it into a hot war.

Not content to make Russia an enemy, the Obama regime has also made an enemy of China. The Obama regime declared the South China Sea to be an area of “US national security interest.” This is akin to China declaring the Gulf of Mexico to be an area of Chinese national security interest

The militarily aggressive stance that Washington has taken toward Russia and China is indicative of the extreme self-assuredness that usually ends in war. Washington is told that US technological prowess can prevent or intercept the launch of Russian and Chinese missiles, thus elevating a US pre-emptive attack to slam-dunk status. Yet the potential danger from Iran acquiring nuclear weapons is said to be so great that a pre-emptive war is necessary right now, and a massive Department of Homeland Security is justified on the grounds that the US remains vulnerable to a few stateless Muslims who might acquire a nuclear weapon. It is an anomalous situation that the Russian and Chinese retaliatory response to US attack is considered to be inconsequential, but not nuclear threats from Iran and stateless Muslims

To make clear that the claim to the South China Sea was not rhetorical, the Obama regime announced its “Pivot to Asia,” which calls for the redeployment of 60% of the US fleet to China’s zone of influence. Washington is busy at work securing naval and air bases from the Philippines, South Korea, Vietnam, Australia, and Thailand. Washington has increased the provocation by aligning itself with China’s neighbors who are disputing China’s claims to various islands and an expanded air space.

China has not been intimidated. China has called for “de-americanizing the world.” Last month the Chinese government announced that it now possesses sufficient nuclear weapons and delivery systems to wipe the US off of the face of the earth. A couple of days ago, China aggressively harassed a US missile cruiser in the South China Sea

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