TERRORIST NATION

Terrorism in America?

 

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  1. stella says:

    And wait for the “Zionist” haters to appear in 3 . 2. 1. Except you won’t see them here, because we will NOT allow it. We Stand With Israel! Not just because it is the right thing to do, but because we will be next.

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  2. Shipwreck says:

    It’s just a few bad apples, right? Right?

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  3. rmnewt says:

    Since Munich ’73, why has the world rewarded terrorism? Why have those causes responsible for the terror not taken the road that Hitler and the Nazis eventually earned?
    Humanity must destroy the infestations of inhumanity to survive. That means those who conduct the terror and the ideas or causes that drive them to that behavior.
    There was once a day that the US looked at Arabs as a people to emulate, see the Shriners history. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shriners
    So what we knew as kids of Arabs was the circus and little cars in parades filled with community leaders who got together because the Arabs knew how to party.
    el Sisi has it right and needs the world’s help to eradicate the infestation and allow the Arab world to return to civilization.

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  4. wendy says:

    I just don’t understand the dominate pro-Israel sentiment.

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  5. Je Suis Charlie Martel says:

    Now that everyone agrees that even offensive speech should be protected we can talk critically about Feminism.

    (crickets chirping)

    Third world immigration used as a political tool against indigenous European populations?

    (louder crickets chirping)

    The Holocaust?

    (almost deafening sound of crickets chirping)

    I thought so.

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    • stella says:

      I don’t know why you say that. We are anti illegal immigration (used as a political tool), against organized feminists (also used as a political tool). The holocaust happened. I have known people in my life who witnessed it as members of the U.S. Armed Forces.

      Who are YOU that you haven’t checked to see before spouting off?

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    • stella says:

      I will add that the Holocaust, feminism, and immigration are NOT the topics of this thread. We stick to topic.

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    • stella says:

      This is timely:

      http://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/jan/09/holocaust-film-too-shocking-to-show-night-will-fall-alfred-hitchcock

      So begins a British film about the Holocaust that was abandoned and shelved for 70 years because it was deemed too politically sensitive. The smell came from the dead, their bodies burned or rotting; or from malnourished, often disease-ridden prisoners in the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen, near all those thriving German farms.

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        I have spent hundreds of hours reading accounts of the Holocaust and watching videos of the aftermath. Why? To forever burn it into my mind, and to be prepared to share the horror of it with those who want it ti fade. This was man’s darkest hour, but (somehow) I can never find the right words,at the right time.

        I never once doubted that the Holocaust happened, since my own father saw the evidence of it while he served with the US Army in the ETO during WWII, and made sure to share his knowledge of it with his children. Not to horrify, or to frighten, but to educate, enlighten, and forewarn us of what CAN happen when demagogues gain control of a government and manage to delude the everyday citizens. If he were alive today, I am certain he would be outraged by what is happening in here in America.

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  6. This is my favorite book on the Israel Palestinian conflict http://www.amazon.com/Jerusalem-1913-Origins-Arab-Israeli-Conflict/dp/0143113283

    Both sides bloviate a lot but at the end of the day the conflict is based on the fact that Jews have religious and genetic (in a slight majority of the population) attachment to the land, but It had been mostly Arab for 18 centuries, which is a bit of a precedent. In short, they both have different types of claims which if the other didn’t exist would be enough to convince most people that they are the rightful owners of the land.

    For me, I don’t stand with Israel or Palestine or anyone. We have much more in common culturally with Israelis but then again they always want something from us whereas Muslims who we have little in common with just want us to go away. Which one is the real friend? and why would a state need to have a friendship with another state at all?

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    • stella says:

      I’ll answer your last two questions first.

      Why would a state need to have a friendship with another state at all? Countries with similar outlook have always banded together for the purposes of defense and trade. They are called “allies”. Our primary allies are Canada, Great Britain, and Israel, as well as other American, European and Asian countries. Such has it always been. The United States is not unique in this regard.

      Which one is the real friend? Considering the fact that most Palestinians danced in the streets on 9/11/01, and that Moslims in that country refer to the United States as “The Great Satan”, I am surprised you have a problem answering that question yourself.

      If you believe that Muslims who we have little in common with just want us to go away, then I think you are quite naive. Moslems have been emigrating to European countries and attempting to change the culture of those countries, in some to the point where there are “no-go” zones, you can be put on trial for speaking out against them, and Shariah law is allowed in the Moslem communities, meaning they are treated in a preferential way. ADD: If Palestine wants us to go away, then they should stop taking aid from the United States – a total of about $400 million this year.

      P.S.: You DO realize that the book you reference is a novel, and not a historical work? The author is a journalist, not a historian.

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      • realitycheck says:

        Stella Do you believe in the Old Testament? …. so do followers of Islam.
        Do you believe in the New Testament? ….. so do followers of Islam (unlike our Jewish friends. Interestingly, like our Jewish friends, the Islamic world believes Christ was a prophet.)

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        • stella says:

          Islam does not believe that Christ was the Son of God. Neither do Jews.

          Aside from that, Israel is a friend of the United States of America. Palestine is not.

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        • yankeeintx says:

          If they “believe” in the New Testament, would that make them followers of Christ? Otherwise, they just acknowledge the new testament exists.

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        • lou says:

          Isaac and Ischmael…..isn’t that the story of the two going separate ways, one being condemned to have the lineage of constant wars, aggression, unhappiness, etc…..

          its been said that MOSLEMS are the lineage of Ischmael…IIRC…..

          what is it about MOSLEMS beheading women and children, raping teenage girls,stoning women, performing circumsion on “converted” Christians, bombing schools, etc that you find so appealing about MOSLEMS?……

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      • realitycheck says:

        Your statement that “most Muslims dance in the streets” is inflammatory at best. Some did but there are idiots in all groups>
        http://floppingaces.net/2010/08/01/the-myth-that-the-muslim-world-celebrated-the-attacks-of-911/

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        • stella says:

          Many hundreds – at the very least – were filmed dancing in the streets, handing out candies to children, etc. There are idiots in all groups? Please point out a similar occurrence here in the U.S. by Jews. For that matter, please point out the terrorist attacks carried out by Jews and Christians. There have been thousands of terrorist attacks carried out by those who self-identify as followers of Islam in the past fifteen years.

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          • realitycheck says:

            Wisconsin Sikh Temple massacre
            The murder of Dr. George Tiller
            The murder of Dr. John Britton
            Eric Rudolph
            The murder of Alan Berg
            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_of_God_%28United_States%29

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            • stella says:

              Rather pale in comparison, no? How many of these killers proclaimed the murders were done to avenge Christ or Jehovah? And of all of these, a total of 11 people died. I abhor that anyone is murdered, but come on.

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            • yankeeintx says:

              When the Westboro Baptist “Church” was protesting at soldiers funerals, other Christians would show up and create a human blockade to protect the soldiers families. Where are all the “moderate” moslems protesting the terrorism done in their name?

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                • stella says:

                  AlterNet publishes original content and also makes use of “alternative media”, sourcing columns from Salon, The Guardian, Truthdig, Truthout, TomDispatch, The Washington Spectator, Al Jazeera English, Center for Public Integrity, Democracy Now!, Waging Nonviolence, Asia Times, New America Media and Mother Jones. The editorial staff is headed by founder and executive editor Don Hazen, a former publisher of Mother Jones.

                  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AlterNet

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                • yankeeintx says:

                  The first statement being from CAIR, an organization that is considered terrorists in some areas of the world? Did you read through the statements?
                  CAIR: “The proper response to such attacks on the freedoms we hold dear is not to vilify any faith, but instead to marginalize extremists of all backgrounds who seek to stifle freedom and to create or widen societal divisions”
                  I don’t see any other faiths committing terrorist acts where their faith is vilified. What are they actually doing to marginalize extremists? Moslems have created “no go” zones, so who is creating societal divisions?
                  Muslim Advisory Council to NYPD:” Regardless of motive or rationalization or evidence or excuse, killing twelve innocent people to avenge Prophet Muhammad has no justification and must be condemned without citing any victimhood.”
                  They don’t think that the 12 people slaughtered have the right of victimhood? They want to disregard the motive?
                  Dr. Mohammad Iqbal AlNadvi, chairman of the Canadian Council of Imams. “We denounce [the attacks], and we don’t think it is the right away to express anything… We hope all groups will maintain order and allow proper authorities to deal with it and that no violent action will be taken against Muslims.”
                  They don’t think it’s the right way to express anything, but that is a far cry from stating it is absolutely the wrong way!
                  I could go on, but these are just statements from some groups, where are the people that these groups represent? Why are the moslems not seeking out the clerics that they claim are distorting islam, and shut them down, put new leadership into those mosques that are training the extremists? It seems like after a terrorist attacks, a few moslems will come forward condemning the attacks, but what are they doing to stop them from happening?

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            • lou says:

              actually, supposed strict MOSLEMS are against abortion as well…..comparing two antiabortionist killings to the massive killings done by MOSLEMS just this month is frankly, pitiful….

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          • realitycheck says:

            There are an estimated 1.5-2.5 million Palestinians in the West bank alone. If there were 10,000 idiots “celebrating 9/11” (and you even say the number is lower) how would that be considered “most”?
            (substantially less than 1%)

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            • stella says:

              I’ll cede the word “most”, because I can’t produce evidence to support it. Now, please give me a similar example of Jews and Christians publicly rejoicing at the death of Palestinians (or any Muslims for that matter, other than Bin Laden).

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            • stella says:

              I did not say the number was lower than 10,000. I said that at least a lower number were FILMED rejoicing.

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        • stella says:

          There have always been (at least since the Shah was in power) Iranians who would be glad to go back to the old days, and who support the United States. The same is not true in Palestine.

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      • “Countries with similar outlook have always banded together for the purposes of defense and trade”

        Do we have a similar outlook with Saudi Arabia? We’re allied with them. We allied with the commies in ww2

        “Our primary allies are Canada, Great Britain, and Israel, ”

        I’m an American not some kind of world citizen. those countries don’t pay taxes to us they aren’t entitled to our military for their defense. We are part of the western world Israel is part of the Middle East that region has a different way of life.

        ” Considering the fact that most Palestinians danced in the streets on 9/11/01″

        Yeah all however million of Palestinians there are were dancing in the streets!

        “. Moslems have been emigrating to European countries and attempting to change the culture of those countries,”

        so why doesn’t Europe alter their immigration policies?

        ” You DO realize that the book you reference is a novel, and not a historical work? The author is a journalist, not a historian.”

        What is your disagreement with the book? here’s Palestine in 1896 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vaIK8wlAl0It

        Note: It has no bearing on Zionism that the area was Arab dominated before they came. The Zionists feel they have a right based on history and religion to live there. they fought for it and won it the way we fought and won this land from the Indians. We do not begrudge the Indians for trying to hold on to what was their land though and if they decided they wanted to take it back we would have to fight them again. It’s up to them to do that.

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        • stella says:

          The reason for the alliance with Saudi Arabia has been trade. Whether or not that continues depends on the status of oil production here, I would imagine. We allied with Russia during WWII because we needed their help with Germany, at the time. That alliance didn’t last, did it? Sometimes alliances are for reasons of expediency.

          Palestinians did dance in the streets on 9/11. There is video of it. I don’t know how many there were, and neither do you.

          I agree that all countries – ours included – should change their immigration policies, and encourage native populations to have more children.

          My disagreement with the book is that it based on the assumption that peace between the Israelis and Palestinians could have been attained in 1913. I don’t believe it could.

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          • The book is just about a pivotal year in that conflict not that some opportunity for peace was missed. It was the year when the Zionist council decided on Jerusalem as the capitol of the new prospective state of Israel. It was a fantastic idea on their part because the money and people came rolling in. Of course, it was not fantastic for the people who didn’t want to be displaced which of course many thousands of them eventually were.

            The moral dimensions to this conflict are relevant but at it’s core it’s a land issue. They both want all of it.

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    • yankeeintx says:

      “Muslims who we have little in common with just want us to go away. ”
      Moslems don’t just want us to go away, they want us GONE, as in, dead and gone.

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      • If they are that evil why should we support any country in that region? I wish Israel the best but OUR security is much more important. I’m not willing to risk another 9/11 to support a country of people who could easily pick up and move to Europe, the US, or stay where they are and come to a reconciliation with the people whose land they took as has happened in South Africa.

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        • stella says:

          The Jews aren’t wishing us death, but the Muslims are. If you think that by going away and leaving them alone, we will avoid another 9/11, then dream on. They’ll hate us whether or not we support Israel. I look at Israel as strategically important. Apparently, you don’t agree.

          As for South Africa, I wouldn’t want to be a white person there right now, especially if I lived in the outlying areas. Do you imagine that the Palestinians will ever let the Jews live in peace in the area? They want the Jews gone, or dead.

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          • So you think Apartheid should have just kept going right into the 21st century? Thats nuts. I wouldn’t want to be a white person there either but I have a friend who’s a patriotic white South African. He loves his country and he knows they have a lot of issues there but they are working them out. Maybe he will leave on day I don’t know I doubt it.

            “If you think that by going away and leaving them alone, we will avoid another 9/11, then dream on. ”

            The reason for 9/11 according to the people who did it was that we were on Saudi soil, we had sanctions on Iraq and we support Israel over the Palestinians. You may think those were all good things: that we had a military force ready to respond in the ME, that Saddam was punished, that Israel who we like better got more stuff from us but the people in the Middle east don’t.

            They are driving us out the way they drove the commies out of Afghanistan. They didn’t take over Russia afterwards. Muslim families and communities also have a serious problem with these hotheads who no one keeps in line who think it’s a good idea to become a religious fanatic and terrorist. Immigration is another issue Poland has virtually no terrorist threat because no Muslims live there. These are all issues we should address.

            Anything we can do to lessen the threat of another terrorist event we should do. If our military empire isn’t something thats making us safer then it’s useless. If it’s just stirring hornets nests to the benefit of random allies it’s not something we should be doing. The Constitution says things shod be done for the general welfare, meaning the majority of taxpayers or all if possible, as opposed to specific groups.

            and I’ll say this for the Palestinians: as foul as many of them no doubt are they can’t possibly be worse than the Saudis who are the ones funding all these insane Wahabi mosques not to mention ISIS Al Queda and groups we probably don’t even know about.

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            • stella says:

              Where did you get the idea that I support apartheid? Speaking of nuts!

              Do YOU think that American citizens deserved to be attacked on 9/11/01? Not military personnel, but civilians. Was that justified by the reasons you mention? Our military was invited to Saudi Arabia; it wasn’t an invasion. The sanctions on Iraq were justified, and imposed by the United Nations. Sadaam invaded another country to steal their oil fields, which resulted in the first Gulf War. He was also bankrolling Palestinians by paying the families of suicide bombers, and lobbing scud missiles at Israel. And yes, I support Israel over Palestine and am glad that my country has done so too.

              I will remind you that we were first attacked by terrorists were in 1979 in Iran, followed by the bombing in Beirut in 1983. Here’s a comprehensive list: http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0001454.html. If you think that we can do away with terrorist events by “making nice”, you are mistaken. Our enemies in the Middle East look upon “making nice” as a sign of weakness. If you believe our military does not keep us safe, you are just wrong.

              As for your last statement: do you really want to talk about who is worse, the Saudis or the Palestinians? To what purpose?

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              • ” Our military was invited to Saudi Arabia; it wasn’t an invasion. The sanctions on Iraq were justified,”

                Saudi Arabia is a dictatorship. the PEOPLE did not want us there and we knew that. The sanctions on Iraq weren’t justified in the eyes of the people who suffered under them. To you they might be, to them they weren’t that’s the point. Everyone has opinions and the people in the Middle east don’t want us there. The only ones who do are their leaders all of whom are dictators.

                ” He was also bankrolling Palestinians by paying the families of suicide bombers, and lobbing scud missiles at Israel.”

                which has nothing to do with US security whatsoever

                “If you think that we can do away with terrorist events by “making nice”, you are mistaken”

                terrorism is a business that thrives on our presence in the middle east. We’re making nice with them every day we help them meet their recruiting goals. They use our strength against us that’s how it works.

                “I will remind you that we were first attacked by terrorists were in 1979 in Iran\”

                because we had overthrown their democratically elected leader and installed the Shah duh

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                • stella says:

                  The Shah of Iran became Shah in 1941, after his father abdicated. The abdication was forced during the Anglo-Russian invasion during WWII. His father became Shah in 1925. The Shah before him took the throne in 1909. Which Shah did we install?

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                • reprehensor says:

                  Stella, you act like you know all this history but you can’t figure out what happened (in 53 by the way)? Here is a refresher, the first sentence on Wikipedia’s article regarding the coup d’état of iran’s democratically elected prime minister:

                  The 1953 Iranian coup d’état, known in Iran as the 28 Mordad coup, was the overthrow of the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran Mohammad Mosaddegh on 19 August 1953, orchestrated by the United Kingdom (under the name ‘Operation Boot’) and the United States (under the name TPAJAX Project).[3][4][5][6]

                  So Stella, who are you and what is your intent here? I am not “pro Israel” or pro anyone besides America, but I am pro skeptic and can smell an agenda a mile away. Care to elaborate, Stella?

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                • stella says:

                  I am a moderator here, and this is my post. Who the hell are you to question my “intent”? (Mr. big man, who has been around for all of three weeks) I was answering a statement made by another commenter, who alleged: “because we had overthrown their democratically elected leader and installed the Shah duh.”

                  Since we are quoting Wiki, here is what they say about the government in Iran:

                  “Prime Ministers of Pahlavi era

                  In 1925, Reza Shah became Shah of Iran. He installed Mohammad-Ali Foroughi as the prime minister. In 1941 his son Mohammad Reza Pahlavi became Shah. He installed Mohammad-Ali Foroughi as the prime minister too. In 1951, Mohammed Mosaddeq became Prime Minister but was overthrown in a coup d’état in 1953. Amir-Abbas Hoveyda became Prime minister of Iran in 1965 and remained in office until 1977. Shapour Bakhtiar was the last prime minister of Pahlavi era.”

                  The Prime Minister was not replaced by the Shah in 1953, as the commenter said. The Shah was there both before and after the 1953 coup. Yes, the CIA assisted MI6 in a coup d’etat after Mosaddeq nationalized (seized) the Anglo Persian Oil Company.

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            • yankeeintx says:

              “Muslim families and communities also have a serious problem with these hotheads who no one keeps in line who think it’s a good idea to become a religious fanatic and terrorist.”
              Where are they? Are marching in the streets and protesting terrorism? Are they speaking out every chance they get?

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              • It’s not so much a matter of speaking out but of policing their own community and keeping their family members in check. Theres a lot of sexism in that culture and guys like Tamerlan Tsarnaev become bullies and weirdos and instead of slapping them the families let them do it. Then they end up getting dragged down with them as we see in that case (the Boston bombing).

                marching in the streets wouldn’t do any good if they go home and allow these sort of situations to persist.

                This is not the same thing as the real hardcore Islamists in places like Saudi Arabia alll the way over to Albania, many of whom have very little connection to what we would call civilization. The taliban that sort of thing

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          • Burnt Toast says:

            Don’t know if has been mentioned above, the apartheid government liquidated their atomic weapons program before they complied to international demands to an open vote.

            Not my place, but they appeared to believe the soon to be freed colony was quite up to that responsibility. Might have had something to do with Winnie’s habit of encouraging ‘necklacing’.

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        • tessa50 says:

          “I’m not willing to risk another 9/11 to support a country of people who could easily pick up and move”

          They have been picked up and moved (not to add slaughtered in the millions) enough. Don’t you think?

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          • I live in Massachusetts and work in a really nice part of it called Chestnut Hill. It’s mostly Jewish and we all get along fine. It’s hard for me to feel bad for them when I know they could easily come here and fit in perfectly.

            if I was Jewish i wouldn’t want to live in the Middle East. I’m Christian and I don’t want to live there it’s a backward place with not much opportunity.

            or they could stay if they want. The original plan of the Zionists going back to the 1800’s was to live amongst the people in the region for mutual benefit. is it too late for that who knows. or they could go back to the 67 borders which they very nearly did back in the 90’s. I’ve just lost patience with the whole thing. We’ve done our part they can only expect so much from us.

            What would they do if we didn’t exist? thats what they should do.

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            • stella says:

              Why should a person born and raised in a place leave it for a foreign country? Why don’t you consider moving to Australia, where it’s safer than in Boston?

              As for the Middle East being a backward place, Israel is a world leader in science and technology.

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              • “Why should a person born and raised in a place leave it for a foreign country?”

                it’s called the law of the jungle. if Israel can’t defend themselves on their own, and unless they are willing to drop nukes on virtually the entire rest of the world then they can’t, they are eventually going to have to either call it a day or at least go back to their actual borders or make some sort of arrangement with their neighbors that they like.

                the rest of the people in that neighborhood like things the way they are just fine we weren’t put on this earth to rearrange it for a country that was invented in 1948. The US is the greatest country on Earth we have bigger fish to fry. We’re 18 trillion dollars in debt. China is rocketing past us laughing at us getting bogged down in the middle East. When the dollar starts descending again maybe it will dawn on you what a situation we’ve gotten ourselves in.

                China is making a fortune in Africa buying all sorts of resources up and making their country secure by not getting involved in entangling alliances. That’s what we should be doing; not war trade. not spending earning and aquiring.

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                • stella says:

                  What the hell are you talking about? What does Israel have to do with our 18 trillion in debt and the Chinese? Nothing is what. “maybe it will dawn on you what a situation we’ve gotten ourselves into.” I can see clearly what that is, but what does that have to do with Israel? Having bigger fish to fry shouldn’t include turning our backs on our allies.

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            • tessa50 says:

              ” It’s hard for me to feel bad for them when I know they could easily come here and fit in perfectly. ”

              I am not asking you to feel bad for them. I am however upset that you think they should move, once again, to what end? Why should they move? They were, at least a great deal of them and their families, settled in other countries and then forcibly removed to ghettos or straight to the camps. If they want to stay, then they should. You say you wouldn’t want to live there if you were Jewish, but you aren’t, so it really isn’t your call and is really offensive to read someone say the solution, oh yes, another solution, is for them to go.

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              • If they want to stay they certainly can but they, not we, should be responsible for their own defense. No country has a “right to exist” we exist because we can defend our property from others who want it. When Rome fell people didn’t say “hey no taking their colonies those are Roman property”

                It’s not my call whether Jews should stay in Israel but it’s not my responsibility to support their decision to do so. If their existence there is dependent on support from the United States than its false and weak and will fail. thats not a foundation it’s a crutch.

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                • stella says:

                  Did you know that the U.S. also gives about 400 million dollars to Palestine every year? And did you know that about 2/3 of what the U.S. gives to Israel is returned in purchases to U.S. contractors? (actually, it’s more than 70%)

                  I’m not saying it’s good or bad, just the truth.

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                • so it goes from us to the military companies. That’s still the same loss to taxpayers unless you’re a Being shareholder or whatever co it is

                  I would certianly have no problem ending aid to Palestine, not to mention Jordan, Egypt and all our other so called allies in the region.

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      • Burnt Toast says:

        “whereas Muslims who we have little in common with just want us to go away.”

        I too have heard, in the last ten years, that meaning of “to go away” clarified by clerics.

        Clarified as in “they want us GONE, as in, dead and gone”

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    • GracieD says:

      “Both sides bloviate a lot but at the end of the day the conflict is based on the fact that Jews have religious and genetic (in a slight majority of the population) attachment to the land, but It had been mostly Arab for 18 centuries, which is a bit of a precedent. In short, they both have different types of claims which if the other didn’t exist would be enough to convince most people that they are the rightful owners of the land.”

      Jews owned Israel in Old Testament times. The Temple mount was built by King Solomon well before Arabs appeared to make their claim. That is to say more than 18 centuries ago. To my mind, that trumps the argument of the Arabs.

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  7. moogey says:

    The English language is incredibly important. If our language is taken away and we cannot describe something, we have lost the ability to fight. I think the return of the word “Moslem” is long overdue.

    If we use the power of the pen, if we begin to replace the word Muslim with Moslem when talking about the terrorists & the extremists, we will take away the ability of the left to keep inferring that terrorists are do not have anything to do with Islam, Arabs can begin to join the conversation and Moslem’s can become distinguishable and separate.

    I for one will begin using the word Moslem when writing or speaking of Radicals, terrorists, criminals & activists. I will give respect when speaking of mosques and use the word Muslim. The distinction is quite clear.

    Thank you F.D.R. for your reminder. http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/524

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    • Painfully obvious in Paris, giving Evil another name doesn’t make it go away.
      In fact, it has resulted in a metastasizing Brotherhood cancer throughout the current U.S. Administration.

      By comparison, there weren’t even as many Communists in MY Administration.
      I’m so damn jealous. 😈

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  8. zephyrbreeze says:

    American Thinker has an excellent article which puts the Paris bombing in historical context.

    “This was not an act of religious vengeance, but rather one of imperial discipline…

    “The first obligation of a conquered people is to submit to its new ruler. It goes without saying that submission abjures mockery of the ruler. Indeed, in any generally authoritarian system, such action is rarely tolerated…

    “The attack on Charlie Hebdo, then, is best seen as a political action, by a resurgent Islam that is seeking not revenge for a religious slight (as it is generally depicted and analyzed), but rather to enforce dhimmi status on what many Muslims believe is a subject people. The brave talk in much of the Western press and political classes, that we will not be intimidated by a few religious extremists, is hollow so long as the mainstream press, European governments, and especially the Obama administration bend over backward to insist that Islam (at least as it has been practiced historically) is “the religion of peace” or “tolerant,” or that Muslims have legitimate grievances against Western societies..”

    Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2015/01/islamic_executions_in_paris.html#ixzz3OS833Vsn

    The whole thing is worth reading. I’m passing this along to my daughter, who is doing her history education internship this next semester. She will be teaching 11-12th graders.

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  9. stella says:

    Now, using children as suicide bombers?

    In Nigeria, New Boko Haram Suicide Bomber Tactic: ‘It’s a Little Girl’

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/11/world/africa/suicide-bomber-hits-maiduguri-nigeria-market.html?_r=0

    The girl resisted, the vigilantes noticed a bulge around her waist and the bomb went off, Mr. Faruq said. A police spokesman said 20 people were killed and 18 others critically wounded.

    Several witnesses said it appeared that the girl might not have been aware of her deadly burden. Bakura Bashir, a shopper who witnessed the explosion, said: “This girl may not necessarily know she was conveying a timed bomb. The girl was torn into two halves, and half of her body was thrown across buildings by the devastating blast.”

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  10. Allan L says:

    How about: “Je suis Israeli”?

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  11. justfactsplz says:

    Israel I stand with you.

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