Syrian activists reach across sectarian divide
While the Syrian conflict has been characterised by fighting between the Sunni majority and ruling Alawite minority, it has also given birth to some movements which aim to bridge the sectarian divide, as Samer Mohajer and Ellie Violet Bramley report from Beirut.
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#1 Oct 6, 2012
Join the club. Comrades, I only fight for self
interest, one aspect of it, is the revision of
Soviet history. Because I am the belief that
came from it. Allah can only be to man, mans
Accommodation of Him.!!!
Or our Creator would be the mental and physical animator of us, we wouldn't exist.
If I had been able to use, then, what I use now, I would have used Religion like Lenin
used the peasants, like Stalin used the workers, so heaven would have come to
earth. Our Lord said, What good is Social
and Economic Rationalism if you've got
homosexuals lurking about, better to have
the end of civilization.
#2 Oct 6, 2012
My apologies for this stupid phone should be!! If our creator were the physical and mental animator of us we wouldn't exist.
#3 Oct 6, 2012
Sorry again I see now they both mean the same thing,, I'm expecting recrimination to come from it, Allah please have mercy on me.
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