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Hamas, Hizbullah not on Russia's terror list
Ynetnews ^ | 07-28-06 | ynetnews (from Associated Press)

Posted on 07/28/2006 10:51:00 AM PDT by sergey1973

State publishes list of groups it regards as terrorist organization, fails to include Hamas or Hizbullah. Official says movements do not represent threat to Russia.

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To: GodGunsGuts

I'd recommend the following articles on Islam and Jihad by Andrew Bostom.

http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=23128

http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=22461

http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=22141


51 posted on 07/28/2006 2:40:03 PM PDT by sergey1973
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==So in this case, the Islamic fundamentalists are right on target. They maybe ignorant of other traditions, but as far as Jihad is concerned, they are faithful followers of Muhammad.

You are right to point out the Islam is a violent religion. But upon closer inspection, I think you will find that al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, the PLO, Islamic Jihad, etc are not following the traditions of Islam. Islam has very clear scriptures in regards to warfare and conversion. They are indeed violent (and repugnant), but if you read these scriptures carefully you will find that the Islamo-Commie-Fascists are violating Islam left and right. Go back and read scholars such as Daniel Pipes and others, and you will find that this is in fact the case.

If we ever get our act together, we might actually be able to use traditional Islam to our advantage in the WOT. There are already many very respected Muslim leaders who are denouncing the terrorists. But we need to reach a hell of a lot more. Having said that, Saudi, Egyptian Jordanian denunciations (at least so far) of Hezbollah is encouraging. Indeed, various very prominant clerics are now even taking the bold step of issuing fatwas against Hezbollah (http://www.nysun.com/article/36373).

We need to somehow get the Muslim world to hold these terrorists accountable according to the principles of traditional Islam (operating without the proper authority is forbidden, suicide is forbidden, killing of innocent civilians is forbidden, drinking alcohol is forbidden, etc), not to mention their own strategic interests!

I agree with you on this point (at least I think this is the point you are making), we may have to face traditional Islam in future wars should they ever become powerful enough to challenge Europe and fight them in the traditional way (not likely). But in the meantime, we should be trying to move heaven and earth go get them to come over to our side, as many of them did during the Cold War. Indeed, convincing them that the Cold War/Communism never really ended my be just the missing ingredient we need.
52 posted on 07/28/2006 3:01:06 PM PDT by GodGunsGuts
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To: sergey1973

Thanks for the links. I will check them out--GGG


53 posted on 07/28/2006 3:01:55 PM PDT by GodGunsGuts
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To: GodGunsGuts

I think Daniel Pipes (as good scholar as he is) also misreads Islam.

Muhammad himself was a ruthless warrior bringing Islam to Arabian Penninsula by sword. He is responsible for the destructions of the Jewish Communities in Medina and other places. His successors, like Timur Tamerlane, Saladin, Sultan Mehmet, etc. are well known for their ruthless plunder and systematic destruction of infidels. If Al-Qaida, Hamas, etc. violate Koran on the rules of warfare, than the founder of Islam is violator too. It's a misconception that modern day Islamic terrorists hijacked Islam. They are in fact following the precepts of Koran, Sunna and Hadith, so Daniel Pipes is clearly wrong here.


54 posted on 07/28/2006 3:14:03 PM PDT by sergey1973
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To: sergey1973
==It's a misconception that modern day Islamic terrorists hijacked Islam. They are in fact following the precepts of Koran, Sunna and Hadith, so Daniel Pipes is clearly wrong here.

Or that's what they want us to think so as to create an unnecessary civilizational war, as opposed to taking out the terrorists and their actual sponsors. My solution is this, cut off all aid, trade and tech. transfers to "Russia" and Red China, take out the dictators in Iran and Syria, problem solved. It would force Russia and Red China to divulge their hands, force the rest of the world to take sides, and defund the terrorists (which get all their arms from Russia and Red China), thus inaugurating a new Cold War (which would result in a new stalemate). Who knows we may even be able to roll back some of their recent gains, such their beachheads in Venezuela, Ecuador, Brazil, the SGO alliance, the BRICS alliance, etc. (and perhaps we could watch the Communists fall for real next time).
55 posted on 07/28/2006 3:23:22 PM PDT by GodGunsGuts
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To: GodGunsGuts
"killing of innocent civilians is forbidden"

The catch is who decides who is innocent and who is not. For Jihadists, all "infidels" (non-Muslim) are guilty till they convert to Islam, submit to Islamic rule to live as Dhimmi (to live as "protected" discriminated minority in Islamic country payment of special taxes on non-Muslims, prohibition to worship publicly your religion, etc.).

Again, too many Western Scholars did not study Islamic theology and history hard enough to see that Traditional Islam is the source of terrorism and they were duped by Islamic propaganda that Traditional Islam is "Religion of Peace", etc. Nothing can be further from the truth and 1400 year history of Islam shows plenty of examples of those.

Here is a good post on FR summarizing 1400 of Islamic Jihad. I posted the last section here. Islamic Terrorism – Is it a New Threat?

The bottom-line is that Islamic terrorism that we see today is not a new phenomenon. It has occurred continuously since the 7th century institution of the Islamic faith. The only difference is that throughout the Islamic history, the onus of terrorizing the non-Muslims were undertaken by the Islamic states. The ferocity, destruction and violation have been of much greater scales in the Islamic rulers’ devastating attack of innocent infidel territories and out-posts, slaughtering both military and civilian population (mainly men) in tens of thousands, enslaving their children and women in great multitude and destroying their religious institutions and forcing them to conversion. The present scourge of terrorist atrocity is virtually negligible as compared to those unleashed by the Islamic rulers on the infidels throughout the Islamic history. Just because the tentacles of Islamic terrorism have reached the Western world – it has become such a hype in the last few years post-9/11.

56 posted on 07/28/2006 3:28:31 PM PDT by sergey1973
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==they were duped by Islamic propaganda that Traditional Islam is "Religion of Peace"

I never said people like Pipes say Islam is a religion of peace. I said they say that the traditional imperial/violent tendencies of Islam follow a totally different set of rules than the modern "jihadist" are following. The modern jihadists much more resemble the secular/Commie-terrorism of the Cold War period than anything you can point to in traditional Islam. Either this is an important distinction or it is not. If it is indeed important one, we ignore this distinction at our own peril.
57 posted on 07/28/2006 3:43:43 PM PDT by GodGunsGuts
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To: dennisw; Cachelot; Nix 2; veronica; Catspaw; knighthawk; Alouette; Optimist; weikel; Lent; GregB; ..
If you'd like to be on this middle east/political ping list, please FR mail me.

High Volume. Articles on Israel can also be found by clicking on the Topic or Keyword Israel.

also Keywords 2006israelwar or WOT [War on Terror]

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58 posted on 07/28/2006 3:54:49 PM PDT by SJackson (The Pilgrims—Doing the jobs Native Americans wouldn’t do!)
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To: GodGunsGuts
"I said they say that the traditional imperial/violent tendencies of Islam follow a totally different set of rules than the modern "jihadist" are following. The modern jihadists much more resemble the secular/Commie-terrorism of the Cold War period than anything you can point to in traditional Islam."

Secular ? Sorry but that's completely untrue. If you read the statement by Hamas, Hezbollah, Al-Qaida, etc. they are full of references to the Allah, the paradise for suicide bombers who murder infidels, etc. It's hardly resembling anything that Communism offered (like paradise on earth rather than in after-life). And what exactly are the distinctions between yesterday's Jihadist Muslim rulers and today's Islamic terrorists other than weapons ? As far as non-Muslims are concerned, these distinctions are very superficial. The end goal of both is the same--bringing Islamic rule to the world through mass-murder, violence, intimidation, etc.

Here is from the Jihadwatch.org --Robert Spencer Site.

JIHAD IS A CENTRAL DUTY of every Muslim. Modern Muslim theologians have spoken of many things as jihads: the struggle within the soul, defending the faith from critics, supporting its growth and defense financially, even migrating to non-Muslim lands for the purpose of spreading Islam. But in Islamic history and doctrine violent jihad is founded on numerous verses of the Qur'an — most notably, one known in Islamic theology as the "Verse of the Sword": "Then, when the sacred months have passed, slay the idolaters wherever ye find them, and take them (captive), and besiege them, and prepare for them each ambush. But if they repent and establish worship and pay the poor-due, then leave their way free. Lo! Allah is forgiving, merciful" (Sura 9:5). Establishing "regular worship" and paying the "poor-due" (zakat) means essentially that they will become Muslim, as these are two of the central responsibilities of every Muslim.

Sahih Bukhari, which Muslims regard as the most trustworthy of all the many collections of traditions of Muhammad, records this statement of the Prophet: "Allah assigns for a person who participates in (holy battles) in Allah's Cause and nothing causes him to do so except belief in Allah and in His Messengers, that he will be recompensed by Allah either with a reward, or booty (if he survives) or will be admitted to Paradise (if he is killed in the battle as a martyr)."

Ibn Khaldun (1332-1406), a pioneering historian and philosopher, was also a legal theorist. In his renowned Muqaddimah, the first work of historical theory, he notes that "in the Muslim community, the holy war is a religious duty, because of the universalism of the Muslim mission and (the obligation to) convert everybody to Islam either by persuasion or by force." In Islam, the person in charge of religious affairs is concerned with "power politics," because Islam is "under obligation to gain power over other nations."

Violent jihad is a constant of Islamic history. The passages quoted above and many others like them form a major element of the motivation of jihad warriors worldwide today. No major Muslim group has ever repudiated the doctrines of armed jihad. The theology of jihad, with all its assumptions about unbelievers‚ lack of human rights and dignity, is available today as a justification for anyone with the will and the means to bring it to life. Jihad Watch is dedicated to bringing public attention to the role that jihad theology and ideology play in the modern world and to correcting popular misconceptions about the role of jihad and religion in modern-day conflicts. By shedding as much light as possible on these matters, we hope to alert people of good will to the true nature of the present global conflict.

59 posted on 07/28/2006 3:57:56 PM PDT by sergey1973
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To: GodGunsGuts

Here is another good article on Islam by David Wood

Yes, there are many Muslims who are not engaged in Terror and live in peace with infidel neighbors. But the trouble is that they are doing so not because of the teachings of Islam, but by their own choice and hence in the eyes of Jihadists, they are simply bad Muslims.

http://answering-islam.org.uk/Authors/Wood/two_faces.htm

The Two Faces of Islam . . . Still Smiling

My hungry toddler woke me up this morning. After making his breakfast, I turned on my computer and found that London had just been struck by terrorists. As I watched news clips for the next few hours, I noticed that, for many in the West, the terror attacks brought back painful memories of September 11th, 2001. For me it was a little different. My thoughts weren’t drawn to the attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, but to an attack on a local mosque that took place shortly thereafter.

Following the 9-11 attacks, a few enraged vandals smashed the windows of the Islamic Center near Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. When the pastor of a nearby church saw the students vandalizing the mosque, he called the police. Later in the day, police and school officials held a meeting to help ease some of the tension. After the meeting, an angry attendee caused a brief panic when he claimed that Islam is a religion of violence and bloodshed, and that the terrorists were only doing what they were commanded to do in the Qur’an. Several people (including myself) argued against him, confidently assuring the man that Islam is actually a religion of peace.

My beliefs about Islam have changed since then (mostly because I’ve studied Islam). Nevertheless, I recently realized why I had been so quick to defend the Muslim religion. Over the years, I’ve known several Muslims, and they have all been kind, peaceful individuals. Indeed, despite the popular portrait of Muslims burning flags and desecrating images of George Bush, the majority of Muslims are normal, faithful, peaceful people, going about their daily lives with no intention of blowing up buildings or of burning anyone’s flag. Many in the West deny this, but they typically do so because they have never so much as talked to a Muslim.

The benevolent nature of these Muslims has a profound psychological effect on Westerners. It causes us to say, "Wait a minute. Islam can’t be bad, because Muslims are such nice people. Thus, the terrorists who blow up buildings and subways must be extremists." Once we have convinced ourselves of this, we may even find ourselves defending Islam, as I once did. We know that people are angry at terrorists, and we know that some of these angry people may want to take out their anger on Muslims. So we end up defending Islam in order to protect our Muslim friends. While protecting people is certainly a noble goal, defending Islam is an entirely different story.

If someone were to ask me, "David, do you believe that Islam is a religion of peace?" my answer would not be "Yes" or "No." Rather, my response would be, "First tell me what you mean when you say ‘Islam,’ for it is a term that is used in different ways." If by "Islam" we mean the religion that is practiced by more than a billion people around the world, I could reasonably answer with a qualified "Yes," because it is a religion of peace for many people (though not for all). But if by "Islam" we mean the religion taught by Muhammad, I would have to respond with a resounding "No."

At this point my Muslim readers will be saying to themselves, "What does this infidel mean? There is only one Islam, perfectly preserved in the Holy Qur’an from the time it was given to Prophet Muhammad by the angel Gabriel." However, much like the idea that the Qur’an has been perfectly preserved, the idea that Islam has only one face is completely false. There has always been a psychological crisis in Islam, and if I were to diagnose it as having a particular mental illness, I would probably argue that it suffers from Multiple Personality Disorder. Islam has never been able to decide whether it wants to live in peace with unbelievers, or to pile their severed, unbelieving heads into a giant pyramid. I’m sure many would disagree here, but they would be disagreeing with one of the most empirically verifiable facts in the universe. Think about it. One Muslim beheads an innocent woman to protest the war in Iraq, while another Muslim curses him for slaying the innocent. One group of Muslims flies an aircraft into a building, while another group condemns the attack. One Muslim detonates a bomb on a bus filled with passengers, while another Muslim says on the evening news, "Islam is a religion of peace." Each side quotes the Qur’an to support its actions. However, it may be even more important to note that each of them is following the example set by Muhammad.

The reason that Islam suffers from Multiple Personality Disorder is that its founder also suffered from this disorder. I don’t mean this to be taken literally, of course. It is only meant to describe a peculiar phenomenon that went on in Muhammad’s head. When Muhammad first began receiving his "revelations," many of his neighbors in the city of Mecca took it upon themselves to mock and persecute him. Muhammad was a threat both to their immoral lifestyles and to their source of wealth (the pagan idols of the city brought plenty of revenue), and so he had to be stopped, or at least discredited. During this period, Muhammad was humble, devout in many ways, obedient to the message handed down to him, faithful in giving to the poor, and, in general, a fine moral example. In essence, he was like the many fine examples of dedicated Muslims we see in the world today. He preached a religion of peace, and the hadiths we have from this period reflect his peaceful temperament.

Then something happened. Muhammad fled Mecca and moved to Medina, where his political power rapidly increased. Soon he and his followers began raiding caravans to support the fledgling religion,[1] and, while Muhammad’s enemies multiplied, so did his followers. What followed can only be described as a reign of terror for those who refused to submit to Islam. Both men and women were slaughtered for writing satirical poems against Muhammad, and those who left the Islamic faith were exterminated. One woman was murdered in the dark for writing a poem against Muhammad; after she was slain, Muhammad declared that "Two goats won’t butt their heads about her."[2] Hundreds of Jews were beheaded (after surrendering) for standing against Muhammad, and their wives and children were sold into slavery.[3] A blind man who was reportedly more than a hundred years old had his head split open for saying that, if he could only see, he would throw a handful of dust at Muhammad.[4] When a man named Uqba was about to be killed by Muslims and showed concern for his family by asking, "But who will look after my children, O Muhammad?" Muhammad answered by telling the doomed man that Hell would take care of them.[5] (For more on Muhammad’s violent acts, see "Murdered By Muhammad.")

There are, of course, far more examples of violence than the ones listed here, but these should be sufficient to provide a picture of Muhammad’s idea of how Muslims should treat those who refuse to submit to Islam. Was Islam a religion of peace for the 600-900 Jewish men and boys whose heads were piled into trenches after they had surrendered? Was Islam a religion of peace for the woman who was stabbed to death in the midst of her five children? Was it a religion of peace for anyone who dared to speak out against Muhammad? No, it wasn’t. When Muhammad finally had a band of dedicated followers who would obey his violent commands without question, Islam was not a religion of peace.

Notice that we have approached this question regarding the nature of Islam using a basic historical analysis. Discussions about Islam typically revolve around certain verses in the Qur’an, but such discussions are often fruitless. The reason for this is that the Qur’an is very inconsistent in its approach towards unbelievers, due in large part to Muhammad’s own inconsistency. In conversations about Islam, a Muslim may argue that, according to the Qur’an, "There is no compulsion in religion" (2:256). A critic may reply with a very different passage:

Fight those who do not believe in Allah, nor in the latter day, nor do they prohibit what Allah and His Apostle have prohibited, nor follow the religion of truth, out of those who have been given the Book, until they pay the tax in acknowledgment of superiority and they are in a state of subjection (9:29).

To this the Muslim replies, "Yes, it says to fight those who do not believe, but it is referring to unbelievers who attack Islam." Thus, according to many Muslims, Islam fights, but only in self-defense. So who’s right? The solution to the debate can be found in a historical examination of Islam. It is true that Muslims are only permitted to attack when threatened, but history shows what the early Muslims considered a threat. Anything other than complete submission to Islam was regarded as a threat to Islam, and so anything other than complete submission was met with extreme hostility. Even poetry and song lyrics, when used against Muhammad, were enough to warrant a sentence of death.[6]

Hence, the verses in the Qur’an that teach Muslims to live in peace should be examined within the historical context of Muhammad’s life, for it is this life that sheds light on an apparently ambiguous message. This historical context also sheds light on modern aspects of Islam, which ultimately derive from the life of its founder.

For instance, more than thirteen centuries ago, the relatively peaceful Muhammad fled Mecca because of intense persecution. As he fled the city, he left the path of peace farther and farther behind him. He eventually returned at the head of an army, and few were brave enough to oppose him. Islamic law was suddenly supreme, with a host of bloody tales to warn its enemies. A similar phenomenon occurs in the world today. When Muslims are in the minority (as they are in America) the message is always "Let us live in peace with one another, for Islam is a religion of tolerance and understanding." Then, once Islam has spread throughout the country, the message suddenly changes to "Anyone who stands against the Prophet is worthy of death!"

Oddly enough, this tactic has been remarkably successful for Islam. Despite more than a thousand years of bloodshed, many people are convinced that Muhammad was a gentle, humble man who never harmed anyone, and that Islam teaches its followers to be at peace with everyone who hasn’t declared war on them. Then, when someone like Osama bin Laden organizes a group of Muslims in an attack against thousands of innocent people, everyone says that he must be insane, and people around the world rush to defend Islam.

The result is simply amazing. Muslims commit acts of terror in Russia, Spain, America, England, Israel, and countless other countries around the world, and it actually causes certain people to support Islam even more! Think about it. A Muslim blows up a bus, but people don’t want other Muslims to be persecuted for it, so they start defending Islam. Legislators are among the most active in this regard. Laws threatening free speech about Islam are popping up everywhere (even in the United States and Great Britain[7]), declaring that statements against Islam will not be tolerated. Indeed, Australia is on the verge of sending pastors to prison for quoting passages of the Qur’an![8]

Today’s terrorist attacks in London, strangely enough, will help Islam grow even stronger. There will be a brief period of outrage against Islam, but once the smoke has cleared (both literally and figuratively), the world will once again rush to defend Islam, and more bills will be passed, "protecting" Muslims from those who would speak out against Muhammad’s "religion of peace." No matter how violent Islam becomes, as long as people fail to recognize that its two faces are part of the same head (and that both faces are calmly smiling as new laws make Islam untouchable), Muhammad’s empire of faith will thrive in a world of false tolerance.

Perhaps Osama bin Laden isn’t as crazy as everyone thinks, for his plan seems to be working perfectly. His attacks are strengthening Islam’s position in the world. In a curious way, bin Laden is more dedicated to true Islam than most Muslims are. If Muhammad told Muslims to fight in the name of God and demonstrated his meaning by killing men, women, and children for even minor resistance, what should a dedicated Muslim do? Should devout Muslims live in peace with the infidels around them, or should they follow Muhammad’s example by murdering the infidels in their beds?[9]

I’m very happy that most Muslims are willing to live in peace with their neighbors. Yet we have to be honest here. Benevolent Muslims aren’t peaceful because they are following the example set by Muhammad. They are peaceful because they’ve chosen to do what’s right, and because they are willing to live far better lives than Muhammad himself lived. In fact, many Muslims are such kind, peaceful, and gentle people that they seem to be following the example set by another great religious leader—one who died on the cross for the sins of the world and rose from the dead to prove his message. This man gave his listeners a sober warning: "Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. By their fruit you will recognize them" (Matthew 7:15). And, may I add, we should also watch out for false religions, which come to us crying "Peace! Peace!" when they are built on a foundation of murder and bloodshed.


60 posted on 07/28/2006 4:09:17 PM PDT by sergey1973
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==Secular? Sorry but that's completely untrue. If you read the statement by Hamas, Hezbollah, Al-Qaida, etc. they are full of references to the Allah, the paradise for suicide bombers who murder infidels

Go back and carefully read the articles I posted to you and I will carefully read yours. Then let's get back to each other and compare notes. Sound ok to you? You might also want to study "Christian" (read: Communist) Liberation Theology. Exact same result. Everything is done in the name of Jesus. I will leave you this for now. The whole article is definitely worth reading carefully. At any rate, as I said above, let's touch base later and compare notes. All the best--GGG:




Because open warfare against target governments would simply lead to defeat, the Communists always disguise their revolutions as civil wars. They camouflage their intentions by pretending to fight for the liberation of one class of people from another, using a divide-and-conquer technique against a nation's social structure. This method is referred to as a "war of national liberation," and it adapts its tactics to the unique circumstances of each country. Such a war can pit industrial workers against capitalists, as in Russia, Catholics against Protestants, as in Northern Ireland, blacks against whites, as in South Africa--or Arabs against Jews, as in Israel. The Communists do not openly identify themselves, acting instead as representatives of the supposedly "oppressed" class of people.

By painting their revolution as a spontaneous uprising of "oppressed masses," the Communists hope to convince the target population that it faces an unwinnable war rooted in fundamental social tensions. If the government is also paralyzed and cannot stop the terrorism, public morale quickly drops and the weakening government loses popular support. Believing that the revolution must eventually win, the population abandons active opposition to the terrorists and instead sues for peace at any cost. The perception ultimately becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy as the government collapses altogether.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1666922/posts
61 posted on 07/28/2006 4:09:44 PM PDT by GodGunsGuts
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To: GodGunsGuts

Yes, I read your articles. For example, PLO mixed Islamic Jihad with Socialist and Communist ideologies. But eventually, Islamic Jihad completely took over and for the Hamas, Hezbollah and the like, Muhammad commandement to Jihad is the guiding light in all their actions.


62 posted on 07/28/2006 4:23:03 PM PDT by sergey1973
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Russia/Soviet/Coldwar2 PING!!!

Putin: Looks like I'm up to my old KGB tricks again

To be added or removed from the list, Freepmail me!!!

63 posted on 07/28/2006 4:55:09 PM PDT by Thunder90
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To: GSlob

"He prefers looking in the eyes of dead and rotting fish"


LOL!!


64 posted on 07/28/2006 5:46:12 PM PDT by AdvisorB (For a terrorist bodycount in hamistan, let the smoke clear then count the ears and divide by 2.)
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That is a truism. There is also a historical precedent. Iran (Persia) and Imperial Russia had very close ties for most of the Romanov era. Those ties were disturbed during the aberrational Pahlavi dynasty that found power as a result of the bolshevik menace and it's penetration of the northern part of Iran (Azeris).


65 posted on 07/28/2006 5:56:43 PM PDT by AdvisorB (For a terrorist bodycount in hamistan, let the smoke clear then count the ears and divide by 2.)
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To: sergey1973
Hamas, Hizbullah not on Russia's terror list

They soon will be...or Russia will become Russistan.

66 posted on 07/28/2006 7:19:04 PM PDT by lancer (If you are not with us, you are against us!)
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