SAUDI NIHILISM, WAHHABISM AND THE ROOTS OF TERRORISM

SAUDI NIHILISM, WAHHABISM AND THE ROOTS OF TERRORISM 1

Islam’s Messenger, Muhammad Abu-Al-Qaassim, regarded the region of Najd, at the very center of Arabia, to be a nest of vipers.  Muhammad led some campaigns against Najdi tribes and personalities whom he thought had “deviant” ideas.  Najd is at the very epicenter of Wahhabist thinking.  Najd is also the birthplace of Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhab, the founder of the heresy.

The intellectual bankruptcy of Wahhabism is best summarized by its association with a tribe of thieves, highwaymen and pillagers called the Sa’ood Clan, all of whom are linked ineluctably to the aspirations of history’s most rapacious and insatiable empire, the British Empire.  It is at the confluence of these 3 phenomena that one finds the vacuum in the “Islam” of Saudi Arabia and it is exactly here where mass murderers like Usaamaa Bin Laadin and Muhammad ‘Abdul- Wahhaab are seen contriving their atrocities.

Let us agree on a definition of “nihilism”.  I adopt the second definition: “The rejection of all distinctions in moral value and a willingness to repudiate all previous theories of morality.”  I will also adopt the third and most controversial definition: “The belief that destruction of existing political or social institutions is necessary to ensure future improvement.”  I will a add a fourth definition which I have developed myself from reading about nihilism as an expression of blunt human emotion: “The belief that nothing truly exists and, if it does exist, the need to render all existence a nullity in order to prepare for a possible afterlife.”

As many writers point out accurately, Wahhabism is a relatively recent phenomenon.  The founder was born in 1703 A.C.E. in the village of ‘Uyayna in the Najd, the same area which gave the Arab World its most famous liar: “Musaylima”.  Some would argue that King Hussayn of Jordan would be a more appropriate bearer of such a title, seeing the Hashemites  originated on the western border of the Najd.  Its proximity to us in time was quite propitious since it gave the movement so much more territory to overwrite and nullify.  Which gets us to the first principal of Wahhabist Nihilism:

1.  Past events are meaningless; past religious pronouncements are sacrilege; the past only exists in the twisted mind of apostates, blasphemers……atheists;

Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab’s father was a judge and religious authority.  In Arabia that meant only that he could give advice about simple gynecology and fulminate over metaphysical trifles.  The father was a follower of Ahmad Ibn Hanbal who established one of Sunni Islam’s four recognized schools of religious/jurisprudential practice and thought.  Hanbalites were known for their ultra-orthodox, simplistic and uncomplicated interpretation of the Qur’aan. Hanbalism was the choice of most Najdis during the time which concerns us.  Naturally, because he was a nihilist, Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab found his own father’s Hanbalism too meek and watered down for his tastes.  As he drifted from his father’s chosen theology, the father began to despise the son.

Salafism, the doctrine that a good Muslim should “follow” the sayings and acts of the early Muslims was rejected outright as interference in Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab’s vision of the “true” Islam.  A genius of his rank could not be constrained by precedence lest his narrow vision of existence be challenged by “pretenders” to knowledge.  Only those he proclaimed worthy could influence the course of his religious heresy.  Enter Ibn Taymiyya.

Historians who do their best to cover up the mental aberrations of the absolutely derelict Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab always mention Saudi Arabian government-promoted nonsense about his early life.  For example, it is not unusual to learn that he had “a voracious appetite for reading”, so much so that his father detected a talent in him which caused his being sent to Baghdad to pursue religious studies.  It was in Baghdad, you see, that the young man started to “voraciously” study Ibn Taymiyya.

 

THE IBN TAYMIYYA FACTOR

 

Ibn Taymiyya has a very long name. I’m going to spare you its exhibition. He was born in 1263 A.D. in Harran which is found today in southeast Turk-Occupied Syria in Sanliurfa Province close to Mesopotamia.  He was born in a time of great political and military turmoil mostly occasioned by the arrival of the Mongols, the existence of the Crusader state and the rise of the Mamelukes in Egypt.  He was also born in a time of vast religious and philosophical debate over such elemental concepts as God’s nature or His attributes, if any.

This article is not a biography of Ibn Taymiyya.  In that vein, I’ll only refer to the theologian’s works as they impact on the subject of this essay.  Those of us who have read Ibn Taymiyya’s works are always cognizant of his obsession with the destruction of the Caliphate at the hands of Hulagu and his pagan Mongol army.  The Caliph Al-Musta’sim was wrapped by Hulagu in a carpet and crushed under the hooves of a thousand steeds in a show of contempt for Islam so trenchant it conjures up images of the humiliation and execution of Romanus Diogenes, or even Christ.  Ibn Taymiyya must be understood in this way for his life’s works are a call-to-arms against all those who would defy Islam as he understood it. This was a theologian bent on vengeance.

Ibn Taymiyya was a follower of Ibn Hanbal. Just like the Najdis.  But, he also was an innovator and revivalist.  He extolled the virtues of the Muslims of Madeena (Yathrib).  It was only through emulation of their conduct and knowledge that one could achieve the highest level of Islamic practice.  To know Islam was quite simple: read only the Qur’an and those Sayings of the Messenger Muhammad which were valid (Hadeeth).  The human mind cannot be an instrument of generating knowledge about Islam because it was too limited.  It is strictly through the 2 branches of literature, the Holy Bood and the Sayings, that a Muslim could achieve true knowledge.

What his philosophy accomplished was a complete break with the other three schools of religious thought.  Even more so, his animosity to Sufism, Ash’arism, Christianity and Shi’ism (Raafidhiyya) took his putative followers down the path to outright demoniacal action against these sects and religions.  While it cannot be argued that his writing was elegant, the content was a source of license for any kind of brutality as practiced against those deemed unworthy.  The burning of the Jordanian pilot was justified, amazingly, not by reference to the Qur’aan (which specifically prohibits such horrific practices), but, by quoting Ibn Taymiyya!  Inasmuch as Islam forbids Muslims from fighting Muslims, it was through Ibn Taymiyya’s innovations that such wars could be fought – a wonderful gap in the rule that would serve Britain’s interests so mightily in the war to destroy the Ottoman Empire.

Ibn Taymiyya was a literalist.  And so was Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab.  There is nothing to interpret in the Qur’aan. It’s all right there.  Whereas Ibn Taymiyya worshiped the early Muslims of Arabia, Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab found such adorations abominable.  Wahhabism owes its hostility toward Salafism because of this break with Ibn Taymiyya.  Think of Saudi Arabia’s aversion to the Muslim Brotherhood.  The MB is a Salafist group.  It was only during the time of King Faysal Ibn ‘Abdul-‘Azeez that the KSA brought them into the fold (temporarily) due to a need for educators sorely missing in the kingdom during those times.

This all gets us to the second principal of Wahhaabist nihilism:

2.  No saints or objects of worship from the past can be tolerated in true Islam.  

Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab was at the head of an army of 600 bedouins when he entered a village and destroyed the grave of Zayd Ibn Al-Khattaab, a local saint, with an axe.  Sound familiar?  His followers today, whether in ISIS or Alqaeda/Jabhat Al-Nusra, have ritually destroyed whole treasures of the past in both Iraq and Syria.  No resting place of any Sufi saint has been spared.  In Ma’arrat Al-Nu’maan, Syria, the bust of one of the Arab World’s greatest literary minds, the freethinker, Abu Al-‘Alaa` Al-Ma’arri, was beheaded – if you can believe this!…. by the savages of Alqaeda…… Wahhabists.

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It is through the nullification of the past that this kind of heresy finds its apotheosis.  Any demonstration of respect for those who have lived in former times is pure blasphemy.  Only a mind addled by repeated bouts with the rays of the sun could envision a world destroyed, even in memory, by the passing of time.  And so, Ibn Taymiyya, who found little support from the established religious authorities of the Islam of his time, and who failed miserably in numerous debates over his doctrines (which he later rescinded), passed into time himself and would have been forgotten but for the British need to ignite a war between Muslims.

 

THE HOUSE OF SA’OOD CONNECTION

While Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab was stirring up his witches’ brew in Baghdad out of the now-disgraced theologies of Ibn Taymiyya, the British were looking for an “appropriate” ally among the Arabs to promote their campaigns against the Ottoman Turks.  They had spies in the Arabian Peninsula and Iraq whose tasks were to collect simpletons like Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab, to promote their policies against the Ottoman Sultan on the throne in the Sublime Porte.  One such spy was a Mr. Hempher who connected with our subject theologian and found him to be most appropriate for the kind of shenanigans the British are notorious for contriving as part of their island’s “survival plan”.

Hempher has written on the subject of this scruffy Najdi bamboozler.  We know that he was able to secure his loyalty by marrying him to a Christian female (a la Tzipi Livni in Baghdad who operated as a spy for London).  He regaled the young heretic with compliments about his genius.  He encouraged his charge to develop Islamic theories to counter the prevailing prohibition against Muslim fighting Muslim.

It was in Ibn Taymiyya’s diatribes against the Muslim’s of his age, their departure from the ways of the ancestors in Madeena, their laxity, theosophies and slovenly pietisms which inspired Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab to new depths of collaboration. It was here that his fame began to spread, not to Al-Azhar University, which would later condemn him for heresy, but to the ears of Arabia’s most despised thieves, plunderers and rapists – the tribe of Sa’ood whose predilections for banditry and pedophilia put them at odds with the Ottoman Sultanate and into the laps of the equally kinky British.

By 1746, Muhammad Ibn Sa’ood, had accepted Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab’s cockeyed view of Islam embracing it as some divinely derived writ legalizing highway robbery and rapine.  The love affair with Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab’s iconoclasticism paid dividends to the British who found their Sa’oodi allies at odds constantly with the Ottomans.  The alliance continued during the leadership of ‘Abdul-‘Azeez when he joined the British in conquering Kuwait.  To prove his Wahhabist credentials, ‘Abdul-‘Azeez outdid himself by invading the Shi’i city of Karbalaa` and murdering virtually every man, woman and child there in an act totally consistent with Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab’s abhorrence of all heterodox Muslims.  Sound familiar?

The third and fourth tenets of Wahhabism are found here:

3.  Muslim must fight deviant Muslims in a war to the end to eliminate liberalism, tolerance and beneficence;

4.  Muslim must exterminate all non-Wahhabist Muslims such as Shi’is, liberal Sunnis, Alawis, Druze, Ismailis, Hindus, Christians, Buddhists.  Only Jews are exempted. 

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That’s the man: Muhammad Ibn Sa’ood, bandit, reprobate, child molester and ally of Britain.  His offspring would forge an alliance with the United States, the beacon of democracy and tolerance in the world. 

       

THE SAUDI-WAHHABIST BOOK OF ETIQUETTE

While Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab never addressed women driving cars, he left a sufficient legacy of mean-spiritedness to enable subsequent followers to prohibit that without a single citation of authority because, in Wahhabism, there are no authorities other than the Qur’aan and Hadeeth.  Since both sources never uttered one word about then-non-existent machines, the male dominated culture of Arabia decided the matter with all the venom it could muster.

‘Abdul-Wahhaab despised everybody but himself, so, it was easy to figure out that he hated Christians and Persians.  Christians cannot build churches in Arabia.  Actually, nobody can do anything to promote a religion in Arabia other than the heresy of Wahhaabism.  In fact, you can’t even bring the Bible to Arabia even though the Qur’aan praises People of the Book, i.e. Christians and Jews.

To make matters even more asphyxiating, you can’t build a theater or cinema in Arabia because that would violate the rule against pleasure although you can have a television set which enforces the rule adopting institutionalized hypocrisy.

No alcohol. Now that’s consistent with the revelations at Madeena.  In the Qur`aan revealed in Mecca, it was okay to imbibe alcohol.  (Sura XVI/67)  Yeah, so what?  In Arabia, you just can’t drink although you can find various bathtub gins referred to as “Waddi’ Ahlak” (ودع اهلك) or fine liquors on the sacrosanct lands occupied by the very white and western ARAMCO.  So you would think the pious Wahhabists would always be on their best behavior when vacationing in Lebanon, Syria, Europe or the U.S. Right mate?  Ha. Anyone who has witnessed the spectacle of Saudi Arabians and their ilk partying in a boozy night club can spot their vomit-beslubbered Taiwanese-manufactured dishdaashas dragging along the running sewers of red light districts.

Oh. I forgot. Women can’t even travel unless they have a male chaperone from their family with them.  They can’t even study co-ed.  But, that doesn’t stop Hillary Clinton from praising her allies in Riyaadh while vilifying Dr. Bashar Al-Assad who is the president of a country where a woman is vice president and where women can actually practice engineering, medicine or law without a man peering over her shoulder.

And the beheadings, whippings, canings, hand-choppings for thieves (and this for a nation established by a race of brigands).  The justice system is not merely medieval.  It is a reflection of Ibn Taymiyya’s darkest fantasies.  And you wonder how Arabia can attract the most sociopathic Muslims in the world?

 

CONCLUSION

A religion founded by a mad man is a cult.  When it takes its inspiration from an established universal religion and subverts it, it becomes a heresy.  When those who practice the heresy deviate from it at every turn, it becomes pure hypocrisy.  When half the population is made up of women who are denied even the basic privilege of driving or an education, you have rampant injustice.  When the entire population is damned to living in a nightmare world of conformism, you have unbridled hatred feeding off itself.  When the world is all one book and one man’s asides, you have a society cursed to living out its time in a stultifying cellar somewhere in the vacuum of space.  This is America’s ally – the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  This is what the West wants to do with Syria.  Over our dead bodies.  ZAF

N.B. There is one bright light in all of this darkness, the Saudi people, for the most part, despise Wahhabism.  It’s a start.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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NEWS AND COMMENTARY:

The corrupt Canadian government has much to explain about its spies and connections to ISIS:

http://en.alalam.ir/news/1685122

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Another excellent analysis. May the Syrian sacrifice of blood and tears not be in vain. Lets hope that Syria will one day be remembered and thanked for the service it paid to mankind by serving as the graveyard of wahabbism.

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i would accept cease fire in aleppo for a short time in exchange for taftanaz and al-hadir

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Well that shows how stupid you are.

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You are welcome, Jason.

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Jasostein, repeat after me. V I C T O R Y.

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victory is a bit far-fetched but it looks quite good. nevertheless the syrian government has to come forward on the diplomatic front, finding allies in europe in support of a diplomatic solution. Germans Meierstein for example doesn’t rule out talks with the syrian president Bashar al-Assad.

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Room Boiler is right. But meierStein only repeats what ryKer said before about Assad al- and got scolded by CainMac. And do not Forget that a diplomatic solution Looks more and more like a VICTORY for Syria and a defeat for the rat supporters. Well, could as well state that the rat aries reached the goal of destroying Syria mostly.

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Yes, the NATO-Potatohead Meierstein is undoubtedly a great ally of Assad’s Syria.

[Jesus wept!]

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BTW Is the EURO currency widely accepted in the ME? Are there any problems to pay for a taxi, hotel, food in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Egypt, Iran? Please let me know.

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Yes, but it would be more advisable to change money at the airport instead of paying a taxi or food in euros. For a hotel it doesn t matter.

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Thank you.

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Tourists are always needed in Ar-Raqaa and there’s no need for any money, as free meals and even clothing are laid on by the State until it’s time to become a video star.

Good luck and try not to flub your lines, as there will only be one take!

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it seems everything is overshadowed at this point of time by the nuclear talks in lausanne

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Where treason and the appeasement of warcriminals is the order of the day… Get a load of this nonsense from the Iranian nuclear chief involved in the talks: On Tuesday, Salehi said that Tehran and Washington have resolved their differences over 90 percent of the issues in the talks. “We have reached mutual understanding on 90 percent of technical issues (you mean you have agreed to put your missile program under US dictation),” Salehi told IRIB news, adding that “there remains only a single sticking point, which is very important.” Geez i wonder what that ‘sticking point’ is, is it… Read more »

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i think it is quite the other way round. at least they accepted poroschenko. i wonder where the europeans are – beside the british and french nuts.

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I think it is fairly clear the ‘sticking point’ is how/when the blackmail sanctions would be lifted. On this there remains a huge disparity in expectations: for Netanyahudniks, ‘never’ is the only acceptable answer; for Khamenei, ‘immediately’ or fuggedaboudit. As the pathological liar Obomber is clearly pre-programmed to lean over backwards to accommodate the hysterical Zionist fanatics at every step, which Khamenei easily sees, there can IMHO be no deal necessarily involving his [i.e. Iran’s] capitulation to the ‘Little Satan’, despite all the foam of words battered up in the air. Iran will then revert to its Plan B, or… Read more »

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I don’t share the view that ‘hardliners’ in Iran are merely sitting back and allowing room for the Rouhani/Zarif faction to see if they can come to an agreement with the West, and if not, then so what. The Rouhani/Zarif team has been ushered in on the premise of the Iranian system saving its own arse and knowing full well that they are just as liable to see the kind of events that have rocked the Arab world under the title of the ‘Arab Spring’, but this time under the title of the ‘Persian Spring’. The Iranians know very well… Read more »

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Sitting back? Certainly not the IRGC, whose whole raison d’être entails leaning forwards, but Khamenei, after seeing Ahmadinejad become needlessly entrammelled in UNSC sanctions, has equally undoubtedly allowed the R/Z ‘western whizzkids’ an excursion through the process advocated in their election programme to try and clear them away, or would have simply vetoed R’s otherwise highly suspect ‘seditionist’ candidacy in the first place, same as he had no qualms about doing to his old Revolutionary comrade-in-arms, Rafsanjani. It was always a reversible change of tack, not strategy. It was also a long shot, as the ‘Great Satan’ is never placated… Read more »

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There is very little difference between Rouhani and Ahmadinejad except in style which means nothing, Rouhani was the logical outcome of the local and international conspiracies that developed during the final term of the Ahmadinejad presidency. If you remember it was Ahmadinejad and his chief of staff who were labelled by the adherents of Khamenei as the leaders of the ‘deviant current’ in the Iranian system, it was Ahmadinejad who acted as a saboteur by trying to remove a number of ministers who were close to Khamenei, chief among them the intelligence minister who no doubt possesed vital information on… Read more »

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That all sounds roughly correct, though, as far as I remember, Ahmadinejad was aiming to promote a more traditional Persian cultural hue to the Republic, while toning down the state-enforced religion aspect. I don’t think that was necessarily any outside agenda, which he genuinely tended to laugh at rather than with, more probably just a case of ‘if the old ideology is slipping, use this even older, tried and tested substitute’, akin to Erdogan’s efforts in Turkey presently, just in the opposite direction. On substance, Ahmadinejad was always an unwilling participant in these faux ‘negotiations’, recognising it as really a… Read more »

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Well now we’re moving into the realms of pure speculation regarding Ahmadinejad’s motives, but i just think it is highly suspicious that Ahmadinejad was acting so provocatively toward the Supreme Leader and his adherents in parliament at such a sensitive phase. Surely he would have closed ranks with Khamenei to oppose the combined forces of the ‘seditionists’ and the international pressure, yet he was chiefly responsible for the rift in the conservative camp in the closing stages of his presidency….

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For the ones following events in Kuweires base, 3rd day of ISIS attack, so far ISIS has suffered heavy losses. I am struggling to understand why ISIS is pushing at Kuweires at this point of time, with a tough frontline on Kobane canton, why start an offensive in a well defended air base that they have tried so many times with much larger forces before ? Anyway, may they die in droves trying it.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/aleppo-isis-attack-on-kuweires-airbase-foiled-death-toll-over-80-militants/

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Sweet music to my ears, after the chest beating the rats do after each army base they take it feels so nice to hear of a painful defeat for them.. .

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What a nice zio-nazi disinfo site with a lot of funny, pathetic propaganda aimed to “divide and conquer”. Why would you inject this BS here?

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It’s gratifying to note that SAA is finally adopting my repeated recommendations for a wide cull through the ranks of its incompetent/treasonous officer corps.

AIM … TARGET … FIRE!
NEXT!

… should go on for about 6 months to clear the backlog.

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This morning the SAAF has flown way higher then average to bomb rats in several cities in Quneytra/Daraa, Idlib and northern Aleppo, though it is a daily life for the SAAF, it seems this morning the amount of sorties was “out of the curve” in the key fronts were battles are on going. This could be a “smoothing around” step for further ground advances.

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Nusrats offensive at northern Aleppo collapsed, Handarrat village 100% under Syria’s control and NDF/SAA back to Al Malah farms. Important to notice Nusrats lost a very large amount of rats in the past two weeks trying to break the defenses at Handarrat village and Bashkuy, nbrs are not confirmed but social media guesstimates are from 150-300 KIA and maybe 1,000 total casualties. Not matter what math one use, the rate of casualties Nusrats are suffering in northen Aleppo since their several attemps to take NDFs Nubl and al Zahraa 2-3 months ago and during NDFs offensive is such very large… Read more »

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hope we will see a parallel move in idlib and ninawa by saa spreading mahyem by taking khan shaykoun and isf going straight to mosul

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I guess they heard that one coming huh oBOMBa?

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lmao,,did these idiots think syria is like yemen where you can play drone games willy nilly?

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can we expect obomba to beg for the parts back like he did when iran captured there best drone? sorry usa but syria only has crude weapons and the darn thing did not come down intact

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lol, true, as for Jen Ziad, they will replace her with a “smarter” idiot, it makes no sense to us but it does to them.

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many a times idiots like psaki shoot themselves in the foot in embarrassment,like when she kept insisting that lizzard lips (kerry) would never plan to talk to Assad or go to Syria ,well then ooops
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZsb_xmECIs&feature=em-uploademail
and I hear she will soon be pulled out of her position as a spokesperson for the state dept and given some office job

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IS out of Mosul and then enter the Kurds , then no one can take them out

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Four years of Syrian resistance to imperialist takeover By Sara Flounders and Lamont Lilly http://www.workers.org/articles/2015/03/17/four-years-of-syrian-resistance-to-imperialist-takeover/ U.S. efforts to overturn the government of Syria have now extended into a fifth year. It is increasingly clear that thousands of predictions reported in the corporate media by Western politicians, think tanks, diplomats and generals of a quick overturn and easy destruction of Syrian sovereignty have been overly optimistic, imperialist dreams. But four years of sabotage, bombings, assassinations and a mercenary invasion of more than 20,000 fighters recruited from over 60 countries have spread great ruin and loss of life. The U.S. State Department… Read more »

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Jason, why it assumes that we should believe you? what evidence you have that nobody else knows ?

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Nice to see you back again Ziad, now for some reason someone was saying your nephew passed away recently, is this true? and sorry to bring it up.

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Found out my cousin my cousin in the SAA was killed with 3 others when a gas cylinder fired by the “moderate” rebels hit a residential area

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can’t believe nutjob is back in power,,ok well yes i can,there all nuts over there

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Breaking the Resistance with US Sponsored Terrorism and Proxy Wars http://www.globalresearch.ca/breaking-the-resistance-with-us-sponsored-terrorism-and-proxy-wars/5437334 Essentially, almost everyone ignores the fact that ISIS and Syria-Iraq is only one theater of conflict in the broader regional war being waged by the US-NATO-GCC-Israel axis. Also of vital importance is an understanding of the proxy war against Iran (and all Shia in the region), being fomented by the very same terror and finance networks that have spread the ISIS disease in Syria. In attempting to unravel the complex web of relations between the terror groups operating throughout the region, important commonalities begin to emerge. Not only are… Read more »

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GEE AND I THOUGHT THESE THINGS WERE SUPPOSE TO BE INVISSIBLE? NOT THE FIRST TIME THIS HAPPENS

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The Ministry of Defense (MoD) is reporting today that President Putin has “effectively warned” both the United States and European Union that British Prime Minister David Cameron “must be removed” in order to avert the catastrophic consequences of total war. According to this report, President Putin and other top officials were put under the “protection” of the MoD during the past fortnight after intelligence reports revealed a planned nuclear first-strike against the Federation planned by Prime Minister Cameron due to occur this week…and which we had previously reported on in our 14 March report titled Russia Warns “State Of War”… Read more »

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‘intelligence reports revealed a planned nuclear first-strike against the Federation planned by Prime Minister Cameron due to occur this week’ Putinist propaganda. Putin and indeed the entire Russian elite are losing their nerve now that it is clear that the US is seeking regime change in Russia. He has no option now but to appeal to his European ‘partners’ with these ‘scary’ made up stories right out of the Kremlin propaganda department. Pathetic. As for Obama he has never been in control, he was put there by the same people who put the Bush and Clinton crime families on the… Read more »

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The art of war teaches us to rely not on the likelihood of the enemy’s not coming, but on our own readiness to receive him; not on the chance of his not attacking, but rather on the fact that we have made our position unassailable.

Sun Tzu…

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No, Jason, can’t you tell from just the first half-sentence of this risible hoax that the source == Sorcha Faal, the long-established spouter of apparently random CT-idiocy? Though regularly referencing Russia, it is not their propaganda: that’s only a handy prop used to twang up the pignorant target’s few remaining synapses into humming with resonant dread at the prospect of an imminent nuclear/planetary Apocalypse, as predicted by the Guru. There is a definite method to this madness, though: laying out innumerable trails of irresistible e-bait to lure the Troofer-brained cognoscenti into a maze of multilevel UFOlogical salespitchery, ultimately transforming into… Read more »

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LOL. That was hilarious Mentat.

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I do my best to elevate the masses!

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LOL. Iran and Hezbollah have just been taken off the US ‘terrorism’ list. To hell with the ‘axis of resistance’ let us jump aboard the ship of Yanki imperialism. In truth the Iranians only used Syria and the concept of the ‘axis of resistance’ to further their own interests in the Levant. Iran, the MB, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah are one and the same, and all of them have been complicit in spreading the virus of ‘Islamism’ (political or otherwise) in the Levant, eliminating Syria’s old allies from the nationalists and leftist political leanings whether in Palestine or Lebanon. Iran… Read more »

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Shut up…..dipstick!

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No sunshine it is called victory. Remember what you used to have back in 1967, 73 and so on until your ran in to buzzsaw called the resistance. repeat after me Jasiboy, V I C T O R Y

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It’s funny how you Iranian propagandists call a right royal drubbing a ‘victory’. After Hezbollah’s thrashing in 2006 which everyone not connected with the Iranian propaganda machine, acknowledged was a heavy defeat for Hezbollah, Hamas was given an even bigger drubbing in its latest confrontations with Israel, yet the Iranian media shamelessly called it a victory! LOL. At least in ’67 and ’73 wars Israel did indeed suffer casualties and destruction that far exceeded the standard 70-80 dead that the great ‘axis of resistance’ claims as a major blow against Israel! LMAO.

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You’re either insane, or incredibly stupid. By all accounts Hezoballah was the victor in 2006. They stopped the vaunted IDF dead in its tracks. You know nothing.

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‘By all accounts…’ LOL. You mean by the fabrications of Press TV, Almanar, Al Alam etc etc. In fact Hezbollah lost nearly half of its elite fighting force as well as the devastation and destruction of many of its hideouts and bases, on top of this the damage to Lebanese infrastructure was in the billions of $.

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Victory feels great for us, how does defeat taste to you? Vanquished, Toppled, Crushed? haha, Get used to it, more to come sunshine. This is how it’s gonna be from here on. Our VICTORY, your Crushing defeat after defeat. Loving it

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Crawling to the negotiating table with the Yanki warcriminals is hardly a victory, now the Yanki’s have control over a major aspect of the Iranian defense industry along with all the intrusive ‘inspections’. Call that a victory if you wish but to me it looks like your traitorous government has just sold out.

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“Iran and Hezbollah have just been taken off the US ‘terrorism’ list” wtf you talking about?

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Iran applauds and maintains good relations …“, now steady on a bit there!

Iran has in fact placed Hamas on the dry teat for the time being and is refusing the now homeless beggar Meshaal an audience with Khamenei until he publicly recants from his dalliances with the Syrian ‘rebels’ and the Yanki Quisling Tyrant of Qatar.

See this for starters!

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Mentat, there are comments from both Iranian and Hamas officials that relations are back to what they were before the Syrian conflict, even Nasrallah now talks about finding a ‘formula’ for getting Hamas-Syrian relations back on track.

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The British empire was dominated by elite jews, BTW. It sort of (maybe) explains the alliance between Britain and Saudis, and why “Brits” wanted to split Palestine from the Ottoman empire… “Jewish financial and business interests were important participants in the imperialist enterprise. For example, the Indian railroad network that the SASSOONS helped to finance was closely integrated into the imperial administration, and Julius REUTER’s wire service functioned as the command and control mechanism of the colonial government. Upon occasion, the British government also turned to Jewish banking houses to finance imperial expansion. DISRAELI’s purchase of the Suez Canal in… Read more »

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That is a very good question for my little genius boy Jason / Mentat /Menturd / Mentard / Mentak.

What says you my little boy?

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The British empire of the 19th century was completely under the control of Jews, there was nothing ‘British’ about it. It was used as a vehicle to capture, loot and colonize lands for the privilege of a number of British families and their Jewish masters.

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Excellent my boy you are a mayven! Your friends at the kibbitz Rosenbaum Yeshiva are so very proud of you!

Mazel Tov!

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Looks like has been some action out Kuweires airb, watch out for the next snackbar frontal assaults

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Satanyahoo wins. Finally we can put to rest once and for all the myth of the 2-state solution. There is only a 1-State solution. The Aparthide State will fall.

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The 2 state ‘solution’ only keeps the likes of Abbas in power for much longer with all his dirty dealings with foreign powers.

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I know most of us do not trust Al Monitor, but this article from Fehin Tastekin is right on related to the Turkish commitment to supporting terrorists, worth reading, it is quite good.

Pakistan warns Turkey: Don’t make our mistakes

http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2015/03/turkey-pakistan-friendly-warning-mistakes.html#

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It’s too late already for Turkey. May it rest in pieces 🙂

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False flag attacks and baseless accuses like this are becoming very boring routine and few people, even among the most lobotomized Western audiences, are falling for it. The patent MSM lies, I fear, are beginning to stink a bit too much after four long years, and I notice that an increasing number of people is realizing the truth, even in sleepy countries like present-day Italy.
Go on with your determination, SAA! You’ll never walk alone!
Ilà al-abad ma3kum ya abtal al-jaysh as-suri!

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Urgent message by Anna News..Syrian air defense forces in the north of Latakia, a little ‘more than half an hour ago hit a target plane. Presumably, it was the American-made drone capable of hitting, violating the boundaries of ATS. Air Force of the country that belonged, did not report the flight. According to recent reports, the plane crashed and exploded in the neighborhood of Ras Ibn Ghani .. Other Syrians sources speak that is a turkish drone.. http://www.anna-news.info/node/31482

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Johny, see my comment above, it seems to be a US made RQ-1 Predator, and best guess at the moment is that it belongs to Turkey, they have 6 of those.

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Now five xD

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Unknown drone downed in Lattakia few moments ago, this one is quite large vs the previous “shelf” drones from terrorists. It could be American, Turkish or Israeli due to the size.

https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/577901512166281216

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Lots of photos from the drone that was shot down in Lattakia, it seems a RQ-1 Predator that took off from Incirlik air base in Turkey. This is a very large drone, can be up to 1 ton of weight, used for recon or attack mission. Should it be confirmed to be a RQ-1 Predator, then it is more likely to belong to the Turkish airforce/MIT since they have reported ownership of 6 RQ-1 Predator, probably now they seem to have 5….Turkey has a long time history of supporting Nusrats in Syria, this was most likely a recon flight to… Read more »

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Hi all,

might be the “standard” help for terrorists to spot targets.

On the other hand if the pics of Turkish military moving towards the Syrian border which have been on serveral sites about a week ago are real there is a small chance that another turkish supported terrorist offensive could occur in the next days/weeks against the Lattakia region (a replay of the idiots last attempt which faild).

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U.S. drone say on romanian “news sites” 😉

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Yep, it seems now the US Government has said it lost contact to one of their drones….it is now confirmed a MQ1 Predator, which is the most used survailance/attack drone, interesting to note it was flying over Lattakia away from rats, the question is what was it doing there ? Quite fishy and an embarrasement for the US Government.

https://twitter.com/LeithAbouFadel/status/577916194696622080

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The interesting thing about this whole weird downing of a USA drone is; “What the F was a USA drone doing over Latakia?” ISIS is on the other side of Syria? Did the little drone get lost?

This downing of a USA drone for the first time makes me think of two different scenarios. First, Is there a line Assad does not want coalition aircraft to cross? Or is this Assad’s way of saying the ISIS bashing honeymooning is over, time for all participants to go home?

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Recommend to read the article below from Zerohedge on SOHR and its link to terrorism, the article covers the predictable Chlorine gas false flag from the US Government in Idlib yesterday and SOHR immediate allegations against the Syrian Government. Though we all know SOHR is a one-man “lier and criminal” show, still the article is a good read since places this organization in the right place among criminals.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-03-17/here-we-go-again-youtube-clips-syrian-chemical-attacks-are-back-meet-man-behind-prop

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Great find my friend. So true, this little traitor deserves everything coming to him. And he has things coming to him, there is a such a thing as Karma, you’ll see.

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Recently I found a radioyaran article from 5th of september quoted in an onlineforum of a german newspaper about the eruption of violence in Daraa back in 2011. In this article you can find the following quote of the mentioned dude that really puzzled me since it seems to me to be backing the syrian governments official lines at that time: “The SOHR’s Rami Abdul Rahman says of the “defector” storyline: “This game of saying the army is killing defectors for leaving – I never accepted this because it is propaganda.”“ Can you guys inform me whether I got the… Read more »

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(I should also say that this “storyline” was brought forward in massmedia as an rationale for dead soldiers in Daraa even at the beginning of the protests in spring 2011, when they were dubbed “solely peacful”; protesters at the utmost defending themselves against a brutal and repressive “regime”; strangely enough exhibiting exactly the same pattern as three years latter in Kiew)

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Ziad: It appears that almost all professional politicians are nihilists, on the cusp of wahabism, yes?

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Let me add my praise to the chorus Ziad, for your illuminating expose of the Wahhabist heresy.
It can be no coincidence that the disgusting deviants of the House of Sordid are rarely given proper condemnation in the ignorant Western press.

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definition two looks more like a definition of fundamentalism than nihilism since it mentions the thing ‘moral value’. definition four – preparations for an afterlife – seems to me to be the halmark of insanity, slave morality. to sum up my understanding of ziads elaborations: fundamentalism and slave morality is the core root of terrorism. i agree. but this holds for all branches of monotheism in the same vein all being characterized by the absence of anything like a critique of political economy, i.e any reflection on the relations of production in society as a whole.

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If you were right Syria would have been finished long ago. They would have had zero chance if all big powers were against them. It would have finished quickly like in Libya. In fact the military tactics/strategy developed by NATO and carried out by mercenaries who in part were well-trained and had previous experience in a form of warfare then unknown to the SAA (in addition to SAA sloppiness and incompetence and unfortunately also some corruption) was on it’s way to destroy the SAA in 2012 and 2013 –until Iran stepped in. Russia has contributed all the time. And Russia’s… Read more »

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The reason these ‘big powers’ have been so hesitant to launch an attack on Syria is because of the safety of Israel which will be imperiled due to the thousands of missiles that would rain down on Israeli cities. This is the one and only reason, if Syria was in Africa then international intervention would have occured long ago.

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The so called chemical attacks are intended to push Assad to the negotiating table, to submit to US dictations. If not it is targeted US air strikes, this is the true face of the ‘political solution’. The timing is important also after the media fuss about ‘talking to Assad’ to end the conflict, behind the scenes in Kerry’s own words these provocations have been agreed upon by numerous countries including Russia, China and Iran, when Kerry said (in reference to pressuring Assad) ‘our allies and others’, the others refer to those three countries in particular. It is so obvious that… Read more »

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Try not to die laughing….. First it was barrel-bombs – Now it’s CHEMICAL-BARREL-BOMBS! (Oh-oh, Assad is killing his own people again!) Syria monitor (yeah, guess who?) says regime forces kill six in gas attack! The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which tracks the conflict, said the six dead included a man, his wife and their three children. It cited medical sources as saying that they all died as a result of gas released from ‘barrel bombs’ and that the chemical used was likely chlorine. Dozens more civilians had been wounded in the air attack, the Observatory said. [Reuters could not… Read more »

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I’m simply calling him out, he’s a traitor who wears various political disguises.

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man you have a stick up your ass. what did Putin do to you?? anyway this is OT. Thanks to Ziad for the great article.

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Stein: It’s not a stick, it’s his index finger!

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Most people in the West have no Idea that Saudi promotes a big nihilist cult. The MSN and almost every other media or educational outlet labels it as a very conservative Muslim country, never a cult. For lack of better words people view Saudi Arabia in the West as a very very very Islamic country. The main stream view here is secular Islamist’s live in the West, like your Muslim friend next door. Then as they become more Islamic they move to Syria or Lebanon to get back to their roots. Established in ME they progress in their religion by… Read more »

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LOL at Putin’s attempts to sell himself as a moderate to the West where an ‘extremist’ (nationalist) takeover of Russia is the ‘alternative’ to dealing with him. Isn’t it utterly despicable that such a ruler can only appeal to foreign powers as a means of extricating himself from the situation that Russia now finds itself in, the more the crisis aggravates between Russia and the West the more desperate this traitor gets and the more exposed in front of his people as well. Putin’s ‘frightful’ claims that nuclear readiness was activated over the Crimea crisis was a scare tactic meant… Read more »

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Jason: You keep saying the same thing over and over. Do you think if you say it enough we will all come to believe you?
“An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation … ” – Mahatma Gandhi.
“You are flogging a dead horse, mate!” – Ozsceptic
As you seem to delight in saying, LOL to you too, Jayce.

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My core ‘message’ is the same but i am constantly adding new instances of treachery and deceit on the part of Vlad, it’s not my fault that he keeps providing them.

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hay Jasi, did you get your promotion yet. I read somewhere they pay the better trolls extra 5 shekels? I think you easily deserve 10

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Ziad has made an important example of something i have always believed in, the Quran nor any other bible is open for interpretation, problem is most still interpret, i know some in my own family and it get’s me really riled up, also the Quran says to revere a woman, why? basically she gave you life. Be nice to people, donate to the poor or to the less fortunate as i do, help people that need it, and educate people without being fanatical about it. And btw, sent something to SANA, hope the army takes up my little donation, i… Read more »

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I so enjoy the lectures of Ziad!

Especially those concerning fine Arabic culture or morally corrupted aberrations thereof .

Thank you Ziad!

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‘Iraqi’ FM and dual British national Ibrahim al-Jaafari meets with Syrian ambassador to Iraq. This is where the US uses its puppets to send a message to the Syrian government just as it did when it decided to bomb Syrian territory under the pretext of ISIS, back then they also made use of one of their Iraqi slaves to inform Damascus. What should we expect this time, as Kerry himself stressed that military pressure will be used to change Assad’s calculations, no doubt American planes will start bombing Syrian army positions, let us hope that Syria will meet this challenge… Read more »

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Al-Saud stinking sotonist tribe, bunch of bedouin baboons. They were beaten by local Ottoman sheriffs around Nejd but later escaped to Kuwait. Over there Saudi dogs received training, indoctrination, booze and new rifeles from British masters. They continued to pillage, rob and steal from other Muslims on Arabian peninsula under supervision of Lorenco from Britain, their backdoor tent buddie.

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After many years of learning about Islam from the pages of Jihad Watch, I thought Islam was incorrigible. When I started visiting you blog, I had to unlearn many things. I am grateful to you for spreading enlightenment such as in this post, and through that peace.

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Nobody ever learned anything about Islam from Jihad Watch, that would be akin to gleaning tips on gayness from the Rev. Fred Phelps.

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ISIL’s al-Baghdadi: Prophet Muhammad [MOSSAD HANDLERS] Told Me to Leave Mosul 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 While the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS) militants continue to withdraw from the Sunni stronghold of Tirkit amid a losing battle against Iraqi government forces, the terrorist group’s leader might be preparing to retreat from the province of Mosul s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m According to the Kurdistan Democratic Party’s website, al-Baghdadi announced that he had a dream in which he met the Prophet Muhammad, who ordered him to depart from Mosul province without… Read more »

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And where pray tell did ”Muhammad” tell Al Baghdadi to depart to??????

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the answer my friend is blowing in the wind, the answer is Israel. a new exodus, the next block buster from Hollywood.

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Hell.

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Russia Sole Protector of Assyrians in the World – Assyrian Movement Chief Assyrians, considered the earliest group to adopt Christianity, are suffering violent attacks by Islamic State and other extremist organizations. Religious leaders, both in Lebanon and the Vatican, have classified the recent acts as genocide s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m Russia, along with the Vatican and Lebanon, issued a declaration last week at the UN Human Rights Council’s 28th session in support of Christians and other repressed religious minorities in the Middle East. “We do not have a state,… Read more »

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Ron Paul: Send Iran a ‘Thank You’ Note For Fighting ISIL While Iraqi forces continue an assault on the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS), many US lawmakers have expressed a strong distrust of Iran’s role in fighting the terrorist network. Many would prefer Washington to play a larger part in the fight. But as Ron Paul points out, it’s Iran’s corner of the world; let them handle it s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m Writing on the website of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, former presidential candidate Ron Paul… Read more »

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Meet DANIEL ROSEN, 44-year-old State Department official, who serves as the Department’s director of counter terrorism programs and policy 😎 Daniel Rosen, already facing charges for soliciting sex from a minor, was arrested again on Sunday for secretly videotaping 24 women undressing in their homes s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m Made headlines last month for his illicit sexual misconduct involving underaged girls. Rosen was out on bail when he was arrested again on Sunday, this time after police found evidence of 40 different incidents over the past six months, when… Read more »

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DANIEL ROSEN, sounds like a tribe member!

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Just stopping by to register my shame and embarrassment at the role the canadian government is playing in all of this.

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And the Australian as well, hope they all get whacked by a whacko.

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Now should we all line up and complain about the many wrongdoings of our gouvernments?
They are legion.

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News Analysis: Turkey at crossroads over own role in fight against IS http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/17/c_134071742.htm ISTANBUL, March 16 (Xinhua) — Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu stated several times that Turkey will not involve any close combat with IS militants in Iraq and in Syria. “We will provide support for Mosul but will not become a party to clashes.” “With this decision Turkey will be excluded from the process and dropped from the league,” Serdar Erdurmaz, former general staff officer and a lecturer at Hasan Kalyoncu University, told Xinhua. “As Turkey declared that it is not going to involve in close combat with… Read more »

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As Turkey declared that it is not going to involve in close combat with IS militants, U.S. changed its policy in a way that comprehend negotiation with Assad regime in Syria and approve Iranian forces

I think the only reason there is this sudden interest in negotiation, is exactly that Iranian forces have successfully managed to contain the IS, providing arms, logistics, men for the operation. Iranian has proved their infantry capabilities are so far ahead of ZNATO, which in turn relies on just superior airpower.

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Assad says int’l policy change on Syria must start with ending “terror support”

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/16/c_134071575.htm

DAMASCUS, March 16 (Xinhua) —

“Any international changes should start first by halting the political support to the terrorists and their funding and armament,” Assad said. “Then we can say that this change has become a real change.”

The Syrian people, rather than not the international powers, are the only ones to decide whether their president stays or leaves, Assad said.

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