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  1. Taliban Unwanted In Pakistan

    The US regime and the Zionist media always claim falsely that Taliban did that and Taliban did this without giving us any evidence that support the baseless allegations. The fact is the Taliban is being supported by the majority of Pakistani people who hate the US-Zionist puppets because the US-Zionist puppets are cooperating with the US regime to terrorize and massacre innocent Muslims and desecrating Masjids etc. Only US-Zionist whores support the US regime for they have sold their souls to the US-Zionist devils. The US generals etc admit that the US regime is losing the war in Afghanistan and Pakistan because most of the Afghan and Pakistani people support the Taliban government.
  2. Obama Or Mccain

    Dirty brutal Zionist business exploitation cycle. Saddam Hussain had replaced US dollars with Euro to liberate Iraq from the Zionist oppression that caused Zionist NeoCons and Zionist capitalists to declare war on Iraq.
  3. Are you saying that all Iranian curse the Sahaba? Are you saying that all Shias curse the Sahaba? Does Shia require Shias to curse the Sahaba?
  4. Obama Or Mccain

    Obama Or Mccain I have read all the posts of Muslims and non-Muslims and I have discussed this issue with Islamic religious teachers so here is my statement on this issue: 1) McCain and Obama promise to support israel. 2) McCain is a rabid Zionist who is the enemy of Islam, Muslims and Muslim countries so Muslims are not allowed to elect him. 3) I quote RobS's words "Obama intends to pull out of Iraq. That is good for Muslims. It is not really a case of the lesser of two evils, but which one will be the most beneficial and that would be Obama for any US Muslim who chooses to vote. If people fail to vote and the worse person gets elected, they in effect did cast a vote for the person who wins. So any Muslim who likes Obama more and doesn't vote, effectively votes for McCain. " I agree with RobS that McCain is a Zionist evil. I'd say Obama appears to be the lesser of the two evils. If McCain becomes the new US president, he would use the US regime to terrorize Muslims and Muslim countries on behalf of the israeli regime of terror. On the contrary, Obama intends to pull the US forces out of Iraq so his promise is good for Muslims. Since Muslims do not have any Muslim candidates for US presidency, Muslims in USA may vote for Obama and elect him to become the new US president in order to save Iraq etc. Muslim failure to vote for Obama may cause McCain the rabid Zionist to win the election. And we know that McCain is a rabid Zionist who promise to terrorize Muslims and Muslim countries. It is Muslim duty to ensure that McCain does not become the new US president. Caution: I never trust non-Muslims who support israel. Do you know who are the top donors to McCain and Obama? You would be surprised. Obama: Goldman Sachs $739,521 University of California $697,506 Harvard University $501,489 Citigroup Inc $492,548 Google Inc $487,355 JPMorgan Chase & Co $475,112 National Amusements Inc $432,169 Microsoft Corp $429,656 UBS AG $419,550 Lehman Brothers $391,774 Wilmerhale Llp $383,024 Time Warner $375,063 Sidley Austin LLP $370,916 Skadden, Arps et al $360,409 Stanford University $341,399 Morgan Stanley $341,380 Latham & Watkins $328,879 Jones Day $309,960 University of Chicago $294,237 General Electric $290,584 McCain: Merrill Lynch $349,170 Citigroup Inc $287,801 Morgan Stanley $249,377 Goldman Sachs $220,045 JPMorgan Chase & Co $206,392 AT&T Inc $183,663 Credit Suisse Group $175,503 PricewaterhouseCoopers $163,670 Blank Rome LLP $153,426 US Government $152,118 US Army $150,470 Wachovia Corp $147,456 Greenberg Traurig LLP $145,737 UBS AG $141,365 Bank of America $133,975 FedEx Corp $121,904 Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher $120,246 US Dept of Defense $118,125 Lehman Brothers $115,707 Bear Stearns $108,000
  5. Please read the following news: Bush to pull out 8000 troops from Iraq by Feb. - The Associated Press My comment: The US regime encourages the US Iraqi regime to fight against Iraqi patriots so that the US regime could send more US soldiers to Afghanistan to fight Taliban soldiers. George Bush announces plan to move US troops from Iraq to Afghanistan Telegraph.co.uk Bush to Shift Troops To Afghanistan From Iraq Wall Street Journal Bush will shift some forces from Iraq to Afghanistan Houston Chronicle If the US-NATO forces are winning the war in Afghanistan, why does Bush send more US troops to Afghanistan? Based on the news above, I am sure that the US-NATO forces are losing the war in Afghanistan and they are suffering very heavy casualties in Afghanistan. So, last year, violence up by 50 percent; 140 suicide bombings in a country that had never really seen suicide bombings as a phenomenon before December 2005; over 50,000 NATO troops, of which about half are US soldiers; US soldiers dying at a rate higher than dying in Iraq, that is, per soldier, more US soldiers dying in Afghanistan than in Iraq. Afghanistan is just as much a failure as Iraq. The US-NATO forces are using the same tactics. The US-NATO forces are rounding people up, detaining them, bombing civilians. Associated Press did a count earlier in the year of how many civilians officially killed by NATO. It found that NATO had killed actually so many civilians. And the Western media suppress the news to condone the US-NATO crimes. Afghanistan, just as much a failure as Iraq. - Pacifica radio host Sonali Kolhatkar, one of this country's leading voices against the occupation of Afghanistan and co-author of the book Bleeding Afghanistan: Washington, Warlords and the Propaganda of Silence.
  6. Note: I am grateful to brother Freeboy for the news below: US, Saudi Arabia revive Taliban's comeback M K Bhadrakumar, a former Indian ambassador October 07, 2008 CNN broke the story in a London datelined report on Monday quoting authoritative sources that King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia hosted high-level talks in Mecca between the Afghan government and the Taliban [images]. The reported intra-Afghan talks under the mediation of Saudi Arabia in Mecca on September 24-27 focuses attention to the hidden aspects of the "war on terror" in Afghanistan -- the geopolitics of the region. Saudi mediation in the intra-Afghan talks will prove controversial, which is why protagonists have difficulty even acknowledging it. There is disquiet in Kabul that media reports may undercut the credibility of the political edifice housing Hamid Karzai [images], which could prove lethal as Afghanistan lurches toward presidential election in 2009. According to the colourful former Taliban ambassador to Pakistan and a Guantanamo Bay detainee, Abdul Salam Zaeef, who actually sat in on the iftar in Mecca, it was a mere "guest celebration". But, then, Saudi Arabia is a leader of the Sunni Muslim world. It was one of the handful of countries to have recognised the Taliban regime. King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia hosted the iftar which was attended by Taliban representatives, Afghan government officials and a representative of the powerful Mujahideen [images] leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar. As CNN put it, quoting sources, the meal in Mecca took two years of "intense behind-the scenes negotiations" to come to fruition and the "US-and Europe-friendly Saudi Arabia's involvement has been propelled by a mounting death toll among coalition troops amid a worsening violence that has also claimed many civilian casualties". There has been a spate of statements in recent days underscoring the futility of the war. Karzai himself has invited Taliban leader Mullah Omar to step forward as a presidential hopeful in the election next year. Britain's military commander in Afghanistan, Brigadier-General Mark Carleton-Smith told the Sunday Times newspaper that the war cannot be won. The British ambassador in Kabul, Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles, has been quoted as saying the war strategy was "doomed to fail". To say the least, the timing of these statements is significant. Clearly, inter-Afghan peace talks have finally begun. Several factors have contributed. One, the seven-year war is in a stalemate and time favours the Taliban. Two, the US is increasingly focused on the bailout of its economy, which leaves little scope both in terms of time and resources for Washington to indulge in the extravaganza of open-ended wars in faraway badlands. Three, the US is having a hard time persuading its allies to provide troops for the war effort and even faithful allies appear uneasy about the US's war strategy. Four, Karzai's popular support is fast declining. Five, the Taliban has gained habitation and name on the Afghan landscape. Six, the regional climate -- growing instability in Pakistan, tensions in US-Russia relations, NATO's role, Iran's new assertiveness including possible future support of the Afghan resistance, etc -- is steadily worsening. All in all, a need arises for the US to calibrate the geopolitical alignments and shore up its political and strategic assets created during 2001-2008. Against such a complex backdrop, Washington turned to its old ally in the Hindu Kush -- Saudi Arabia. The US and Saudi Arabia go a long way in nurturing the al Qaeda and the Taliban in their infancy in the late 1980s up to the mid-1990s. Washington has no real choice. The Saudis undoubtedly know how to engage the Taliban. They can almost do what Pakistan, which had similar skills, was capable of doing until it began losing its grip and its self-confidence. Of course, Washington is also unsure to what degree Islamabad [images] can be trusted with the central role. While President Asif Zardari is a predictable figure, far too many imponderables remain in the post-Pervez Musharraf power structure. Arguably, the Saudis too would have their own sub-plots in the Hindu Kush but, on balance, Washington has to pitch for a mediator whom the Taliban leadership and the Mujahideen leaders would respect. Also, the Saudis can easily bankroll a peace process. Afghanistan has always been in the ####pit of great power rivalry. The backdrop of the US-Russia [images] tensions is of great significance. Washington will be relieved if the Russia-NATO cooperation over Afghanistan altogether cases. There is simply no other way that NATO can cast Russia as an adversary. But Russia is not obliging. The main challenge for NATO is that its dependence on Moscow [images] for logistical support in the Afghan war cannot be terminated so long as there is uncertainty about the supply routes via Pakistan. Here the Saudis can be of help. Their involvement in the Afghan peace process will discourage the Taliban from seriously disrupting the Pakistani supply routes. From the US perspective, the immediate political advantage of the Saudi involvement will be two-fold: its impact on Pakistani public opinion and, secondly, in countering the expanding Iranian influence within Afghanistan. The Saudi role would hopefully temper the stridency of 'anti-Americanism' in Pakistan, given their influence on the Islamic parties in Pakistan, especially the Jamaat-i-Islami. Interestingly, CNN has quoted Saudi sources to the effect that "perceived Iranian expansionism is one of Saudi Arabia's biggest concerns" in Afghanistan, which motivates them to mediate a peace process involving the Taliban currently. Indeed, one of the attractions underlying the US-Saudi sponsorship of the Taliban in the early and mid-1990s was the movement's manifestly anti-Shia stance and its infinite potential to be pitted against Iran on the geopolitical chessboard. Given the ebb and flow of the US-Saudi-Pakistani role in promoting the Taliban in the 'nineties, Teheran and Moscow are bound to sit up and take note of the current trends. Prima facie, Teheran or Moscow cannot take exception to the Saudi role as that will run against the grain of their relations with relations with Riyadh at the bilateral level. Teheran, in particular, will be careful not to play into the hands of the US to turn Afghanistan into yet another turf of Sunni-Shia (Iran-Saudi) antipathy like Lebanon or Iraq. But Iran and Russia will be deeply concerned about the US's strategic designs. What will perturb the two countries most will be that the US strategy, as it is unfolding, is only to make the war "cost-effective" so that NATO's permanent presence in Afghanistan is not jeopardised. Apart from the cost-effective methods that ensure the war doesn't tax the US financially, the new head of the US Central Command, General David Petraeus, also seeks to make the war more "efficient". The strategy demands co-opting the Taliban and setting Pashtun mercenaries to fight the "war on terrorism" so that Western casualties are minimal and Western public opinion doesn't inflame. Actually, the Saudi involvement is a gamble by the Bush administration. In immediate terms, the Taliban violence against the Western troops may seem to diminish, which would give an impression that Afghanistan is finally coming right for the US. But it will not remain so for long. The Saudis with all their petrodollars cannot bridge the hopelessly ruptured Afghan divides. At the very least, much time is needed. Meanwhile, Saudi involvement will almost certainly be resented by several Afghan groups, which viscerally oppose the Taliban. Things could come to a boil in 2009, which is an election year in Afghanistan. But, then, that is not the problem of the present US administration. Political events are seldom what they seem. A peace process predicated on return of the Taliban to power in one form or another may suit well the US at this juncture. But it is bound to be seriously challenged by Iran, Russia and the Central Asian states. The debris could only be in the nature of more bloodshed and a radicalisation of the Afghan scene. That cannot be conducive to regional stability. M K Bhadrakumar is a former Indian ambassador Source: (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetgawaher(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/index.php?showtopic=501630&st=0entry960497"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetgawaher(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/index.php?showtopic...mp;#entry960497[/url]
  7. Abu Hafsa, I wish to remind you that Shias including Iranians are Muslims and they are my sisters and brothers in Islam. Are you joining the Zionist propaganda to demonize Iranians?
  8. Obama Or Mccain

    How do you know that the South Koreans have no desire to unite with the North Koreans? Have the Korean people ever carried out referendum to know whether they want a united Korea? The fact is many Koreans want to have a united Korea instead of South Korea and North Korea because their parents and relatives live both South and North Korea. The US intervention in the affair of Korea ensure that Korea will not be united forever even though so many Koreans reject the US intervention. The US puppets are controlling South Korea on behalf of the US regime and the presence of the US forces in Korea would stop any attempt to unite the Korean people. Do you feel happy if your wife and children live in North Korea while you are living in South Korea? And you haven't seen them for decades because you are not allowed to see one another. You never put yourself in the Korean shoes so you never understand their suffering etc! Let the Korean people, not the Americans etc, to decide and determine the future of their country.
  9. Assalamualikum sisters and brothers in Islam, I wish you all happy Eid ul Fitr and all the best. May Allah forgive you all your sins and bless, reward, protect and guide your family and you to His true path. Ameen. Please forgive me if I have made any mistakes on this forum because I am an ordinary Muslim. [using large font size is not allowed]
  10. Obama Or Mccain

    From The Times June 1, 2007 We could be in Iraq for 50 years, says US defence chief By Tim Reid in Washington The US Defence Secretary suggested for the first time last night that American forces could be in Iraq for at least another half century, under an arrangement similar to the effectively permanent US troop deployment in South Korea. The fact is the US forces have been occupying Germany, Korea and Japan for a long time after the 2nd World War. And they will also occupy Iraq for a long time until the Zionist capitalists have plundered all the Iraqi petroleum reserve. Why doesn't the US regime allow the Korean people to decide and determine the future of Korea whether to have a unified Korea? Do the Americans like the Russians to decide and determine the future of USA? Vietnamese people have proven that Vietnam can become a peaceful unified nation by kicking the Americans out of Vietnam for good.
  11. So you don't have any answers. The fact is the English version of the website does not support your allegation above. Hezbollah is a Lebanese paramilitary organization and Hezbollah soldiers are the Lebanese citizens so Hezbollah and Hezbollah soldiers have their right to defend Lebanon and fight against the Zionist terrorist army. Hezbollah's military capability and resources are very limited so it is unable to wage conventional war against the israeli regime of terror. However, Hezbollah does not hesitate to fight against the israeli regime of terror if the israeli forces invade Lebanon again as Hezbollah has proven repeatedly in the past that it is more than a match to the israeli terrorist army. Hezbollah will not wage a conventional war against the israeli regime of terror for the US weapons of mass destruction would wipe out Hezbollah soldiers and civilians. However, Hezbollah may wage unconventional warfare against the israeli regime of terror in order to achieve military victory using non-traditional means. The israeli terrorist army had suffered heavy casualties during the 2006 Lebanon War when Hezbollah soldiers resisted the illegal israeli invasion of Lebanon by using guerrilla tactics to overcome the vast gaps in technology and force size. Why don't you Abu Hafsa attack israel now instead of slandering and degrading Hezbollah? Are you a coward?
  12. Obama Or Mccain

    The US forces are going to occupy Iraq for a long time even if Obama becomes the new US president for he is powerless to defy Zionist NeoCons, Zionist lobby, Zionist media, Zionist think tanks etc. After all, Zionist capitalists are very busy plundering the Iraqi petroleum reserve. The US forces are still occupying Korea, Japan etc so we don't expect the US forces to leave Iraq for good.
  13. Abu Hafsa, I have visited (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetpresident.ir/en/"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetpresident.ir/en/[/url] and I do not find your fairy tale on the website. I challenge you Abu Hafsa to show me the English version of the website that supports your fairy tale above. lol......Are you Abu Hafsa a joker? Shaytan hates Hezbollah because Shaytan loves Zionist criminals and Zionism. Hezbollah has been fighting against the israeli regime of terror since the establishment of Hezbollah: 1) South Lebanon conflict (1982–2000) 2) 2000 Hezbollah cross-border raid 3) 2006 Lebanon War 4) etc...etc Why do you avoid my question above. Let me repeat it: Don't you have any answers? Please tell me the people who were responsible for inciting Muslims to overthrow caliph Uthman and caliph Ali and spreading dangerous rumours etc to pit Muslims against Muslims during caliph Uthman's rule and caliph Ali's rule. Please don't be shy to name the evil persons. I am still waiting for your answer.
  14. Obama Or Mccain

    Even if Obama becomes the new US president, he will not be able to do anything he likes to because the US regime is being controlled and manipulated by Zionist NeoCons and Zionist lobby and dictated by Zionist think tanks, Zionist media and Zionist organizations. By defying Zionist interest and cause, Obama would ruin his own political career and I really believe that Obama doesn't have any guts to defy the Zionists. Obama has no other choices but to appease them. The USA's foreign policy is heavily influenced by israel. AIPAC is the most powerful foreign lobby group in Washington, and it works for israel's interests. Lobby groups like AIPAC, who fund political campaigns for congressmen, are the reason that $4 billion/year is siphoned out of US taxpayer's pockets per year to pay for bulldozers to level Palestinian homes. In March 2006, The John F Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University released a paper critical of israel's influence on the US. Stephen Walt and John Mearsheimer caused a storm of controversy with "The israel Lobby". It caused the controversy because the US is not used to being told the truth about israel and Zionism. They showed that the influence of israel on the US steers the country into policies which are not in it's own best interests.
  15. Are you saying that all Shia followers destroy Masjids? Only two Masjids? And you curse all the Iranians for the actions of few Iranians. Can you name the Iranians who destroy the Masjids? And what cause them to do so? Who do curse them? Are you saying that all Shia followers curse them? Who stab you in the back? Are you saying that all Shia followers stab you in the back? Your evidence? Do you know that Iran is being surrounded by the US regime and its allies? The US army is in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Gulf states etc. However, Iran government is supporting Hezbollah to fight against the israeli regime of terror while you are sitting comfortably in your home. Your writing indicates that you are the one who don't want to unite with our Shia sisters and brothers. Evidence? Don't you have any answers? Please tell me the people who were responsible for inciting Muslims to overthrow caliph Uthman and caliph Ali and spreading dangerous rumours etc to pit Muslims against Muslims during caliph Uthman's rule and caliph Ali's rule. Please don't be shy to name the evil persons.
  16. I challenge you to tell me the people who were responsible for pitting Muslims against Muslims during caliph Uthman's rule and caliph Ali's rule.
  17. Please tell me how many shias were there and how many of them shot arrows at Aisha(ra). Are you saying that all Shias kill Sunnis? The Zionists are trying hard hard to isolate the Shias from the rest of Muslims because the Zionists are trying to weaken Iran before they attack and destroy Iran. They invent fairy tales to slander, frame and demonize Shias. Only morons believe in the Zionist crude propaganda. It seems to me that both of you are trying to destroy Muslim unity so I don't give a damn to your allegations. Let me tell you that Shias are Muslims just like you and me. They are my brothers and sisters in Islam. The Qur’an commands the Muslims in the verse which means: *{And hold fast by the covenant of Allah all together and be not disunited, and remember the favor of Allah on you when you were enemies, then He united your hearts so by His favor you became brethren}* (Aal `Imran 3:103) This divine command categorically makes it binding on all Muslims to be united as one Ummah (community of believers). The Sunni and the Shia are the two major groups among Muslims. But most Sunni and Shia believers recognize each other as genuine Muslims (except for a few deviant sects). Both the Sunni and Shia followers believe in Allah Almighty, in Prophet Muhammad (peace be on him) and in the Day of Judgment as exemplified in the Holy Qur’an in the verse that means: The Messenger believes in what has been revealed to him from his Lord, and (so do) the believers; they all believe in Allah and His angels and His books and His messengers; We make no difference between any of His messengers; and they say: We hear and obey, our Lord! Thy forgiveness (do we crave), and to Thee is the eventual course. (Al-Baqarah 2:285) There is also a great deal of agreement between the Sunni jurisprudence and the Shia one. This is because of their dependence on the same sources, the Qur’an and the Sunnah (the example of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be on him), as well as on the same objective of research on religion, that is, establishing Allah's justice and mercy among people.
  18. Obama Or Mccain

    All the people around the world have their right to talk about this issue since the US regime has been threatening, attacking, invading, occupying foreign countries and terrorizing and massacring innocent people all over the world for a long time. In other word, the voting may have negative effect on foreigners and their countries. Tiny picture? Are you joking? We have seen how the US presidents and their war mongering Zionist think tanks and Christian extremists waging illegal wars against innocent foreigners and foreign countries. The US-Zionist war criminals and their allies and proxies have illegally invaded and occupied Korea, Vietnam, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Grenada, Panama etc. The US regime has also attacked and terrorized Libya, Cambodia, Laos, Nicaragua, Sudan etc. And the war criminals also terrorized, tortured, raped, murdered or massacred millions of innocent civilians in foreign countries.The US presidents and the US regime also support the Zionist terrorism by supporting and financing the israeli regime of terror that is terrorizing, torturing, raping, murdering or massacring innocent Palestinian people who own the land in Palestine. If there are a robber and a thief, I am sure that you Russ of Vespuccia are going to elect the thief to look after your home, property and money. Is it a wise decision?
  19. Obama Or Mccain

    The US regime has been supporting and financing the israeli regime of terror to terrorize innocent Muslims and Muslim countries in the Middle East since the establishment of the illegal israel. We see how the Zionist NeoCons, Zionist lobby and Zionist media lead the US regime into attacking, invading and terrorizing Muslim countries and terrorizing and massacring innocent Muslims. Do you expect Obama to save Muslim lives after he has promised that the US regime would support israel? I don't think Obama has any guts to defy the Zionist capitalists, Zionist organizations, Zionist NeoCons, Zionist lobby, Zionist think tank, and Zionist media unless he really wants to ruin his own political career. Do you think that the US president gives israel the US WMDs, US weapons and advanced jets etc to save Muslim lives? What a joke! Yeah you don't see anything wrong with voting because you are a blind man who are trying to lead a group of blind men and women to elect a Zionist puppet as your new president who promises to shower Muslim countries with US bombs, US WMDs etc. Only immoral morons support warmongers like McCain and Obama.
  20. Obama Or Mccain

    Is it your duty to cooperate with Zionists who are terrorizing our sisters and brothers in Palestine? Both McCain and Obama support israel. I want to ask you Muslims a simple question: Would you support them who support the israeli regime of terror? If you support them, you would have innocent Palestinian blood on your hands. After all, McCain is a rabid Zionist while Obama says repeatedly that he will support israel. Please read the news below: Sen. Obama: U.S. must support israel's right to self defense By Shmuel Rosner, Haaretz Correspondent In AIPAC speech, Obama repeats support for israel, peace talks By Shmuel Rosner, Haaretz Correspondent Obama pledges support for israel Barack Obama said he spoke as a "true friend" of israel [EPA] Barack Obama, the US Democratic presumptive presidential nominee, has pledged to safeguard israel's security if elected president in November. Source: (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_english.aljazeera(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/news/americas/2008/06/20086150346231258.html"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_english.aljazeera(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/news/americas...0346231258.html[/url] Zionists would ensure that a Zionist supporter would become the new US president to ensure that the US regime would support and finance the Zionist terrorism and crime against humanity. Total direct U.S. aid to israel amounts to well over $140 billion in 2003 dollars. israel receives about $3 billion in direct foreign assistance each year, which is roughly one‐fifth of America’s foreign aid budget while homeless or poor Americans are dying on the US streets. Electing Zionist puppet to be your president is like entrusting your home to a robber or a thief. The fact is both of them are Zionist puppets and either one of them is going to govern USA on behalf of Zionists. And Zionists and Zionist media would ensure that one of them would become the new US president. Are you Muslims going to elect a Zionist puppet as your new US president? Please keep in your mind that the israeli regime of terror that is terrorizing and murdering our sisters and brothers in Palestine etc and Zionist terrorism is being supported by the US regime. Please don't be a blind person leading a group of blind men and women.
  21. Pakistani Soldiers Fired On Us Helicopters..reuters

    The Taliban government had challenged the US regime to show concrete evidence that implicate Osama and his followers in your allegations above but the US failed to show the Taliban government any evidence but wild baseless allegations. In other world, the US is framing Osama and his men.What about the US regime that has attacked and destroyed civilian targets in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Libya etc? What about the israeli regime of terror that has attacked and destroyed civilian targets in Palestine, Lebanon etc? Why don't you condemn the US regime and the israeli regime of terror? Why don't you say that the US-Zionist leaders should be tried in the court of law and hanged to death for their crime against humanity? However, Iraq, Somalia, Afghanistan, Libya, Korea, Vietnam, Grenada, Nicaragua etc never attack USA so the US regime has no right attack them. Therefore, the US regime and the Nazi regime belong to the axis of evil for inventing baseless fairy tales as a pretext to invade and occupy foreign countries. In other word, the US regime and its allies are raping the Geneva Convention, the Nuremburg Principle, the International law etc.
  22. Yes I agree with you brother that there are many Muslims leaders who are fighting against the US regime, the israeli regime of terror and traitors so that the Muslim fighters can liberate Muslim countries and I say that Muslim leaders and the Muslim fighters are among the best Muslims. For your knowledge, the Iranian government has been supporting some paramilitary groups such as Hezbollah to fight against Zionist terrorists. If the Iranian government really oppress Sunni, I would be pleased to condemn the Iranian government. However, I still believe that Ahmadnijad is a good Muslim for his bravery to condemn the US regime, the israeli regime of terror and their allies. Please show me any leaders of Muslim countries in the 21st century who are brave enough to defy the enemies of Islam and expose their crime against humanity.
  23. NATO-US forces are terrorizing and massacring innocent defenseless civilians in Afghanistan so you think that by body count, NATO would still be winning. Hitler might also claim the the Nazi forces would still be winning based on body count. The fact is both the US regime of terror and the Nazi regime are wrong.
  24. Pakistani Soldiers Fired On Us Helicopters..reuters

    If a bunch of robbers invade, occupy and plunder your home and terrorize and murder the members of your family, would you still ask the same question above?
  25. Iraq occupation illegal, declaration says Published: September 29, 2008 LE FEYT, France, Sept. 29 (United Press International) -- A declaration signed by interested parties from 10 nations, including the United States, declared the U.S. presence in Iraq illegal and illegitimate. "Peace, stability and democracy in Iraq are impossible under occupation," said the Le Feyt declaration signed by parties from Belgium, Britain, Egypt, France, Iraq, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the United States. The parties to the declaration convened in August to form the International Anti-Occupation Network in Le Feyt, France. The declaration says foreign occupation runs counter to the interests of the people and the presence of coalition forces has resulted in millions of dead and displaced Iraqis. The vast majority of the Iraqi population opposes the occupation while Western supporters of the Iraqi campaign justify the continued presence in the country as sanctioned by the so-called war on terror, something that criminalizes legitimate resistance, the declaration says. "Recognition of the Iraqi resistance is consequently a right, not an option," the statement said. "The international community has the right to withdraw recognition from the U.S.-imposed government in Iraq and recognize the Iraqi resistance." Those signing the measure called for the establishment of an interim Iraqi administration to oversee new elections and reconstitute the national army. Further decisions would be left to a new government in Iraq. Source: Middle East Times, Egypt - 8 minutes ago Note: Thank you brother Freeboy for the news.
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