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جوري
01-01-2014, 04:53 PM



The civilized democratic France.. that is what they did to Algerians and took commemorative pictures and then have a portion of your population believing that the other half are 'terrorists'

Learn your history folks..
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BeTheChange
01-01-2014, 05:09 PM
Reality and truth really does hurt.

What the human race is suffering from is mass hypnosis. We are being hypnotised by people like this: newsreaders, politicians, teachers, lecturers. We are in a country and in a world that is being run by unbelievably sick people. The chasm between what we're told is going on and what is really going on is absolutely enormous.
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Muslim Woman
01-01-2014, 05:17 PM
:sl:



:heated::heated::heated:
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جوري
01-01-2014, 05:32 PM
We need to learn history is all there is to it. We've entire new generations knowing nothing of Islamic history or their imperial history.. and what can I say to that save la 7wala wla qiwta illa billah!
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ardianto
01-01-2014, 05:47 PM
We, in Indonesia, never forget the massacres and atrocities committed by the Dutch and the Japanese to the people of Indonesia.


Massacre in Atjeh, by Dutch colonial troop and their collaborator.


Romusha. Forced labour during Japanese occupation era.


We never forget. ........ but we've forgiven them.

Forgive is better than hold a grudge.
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جوري
01-01-2014, 06:25 PM
Originally Posted by ardianto
Forgive is better than hold a grudge.
Not about grudges, rather the most appropriate reply to books the likes of 'Because they hate us' - There's a long and deep history there that most people aren't aware of unfortunately!

:w:
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جوري
01-01-2014, 06:40 PM
in Arabic and a must watch
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BeTheChange
01-01-2014, 06:42 PM
Can you translate for those who aren't fortunate enough to understand arabic? :cry:
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جوري
01-01-2014, 06:54 PM
It is too long to translate but it is about the psychological warfare they do and with specific examples to showcase how cheap Muslim lives are compared to theirs. For instance with that Israeli pig shaleet, over a thousand Muslims were killed and women imprisoned and humiliated and there was a raid against Gaza, and then with the exchange of prisoners they freed a thousand Palestinian for that one pig to show that they're worth more and that their country will rise and fall for just one citizen whereas we're cheap and deserve death and various other examples from Iraq and Afghanistan and now Egypt. It is nothing you don't already know. He said also that the release of the woman torturing the Iraqi along with the rest of the Abu Gharib Pix were intentional, everything that comes out of them is intentional so it will be grained in your mind that you're worthless and eventually side with their losses whereas it doesn't matter at all what you're worth.
Compare also with early Islamic days in spite of the weakness of the muslims how they'd rise and fall for the honor of one sister or one Muslim..
And cites the hadith الحديث صححه الألباني في صحيح الجامع 9208 لزوال الدنيا أهون على الله من قتل مسلم if the whole world came undone it is better in the sight of Allah than the unlawful killing of a Muslim!
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Muhaba
01-01-2014, 07:11 PM
It breaks the heart :cry:
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Vito
01-01-2014, 10:28 PM
Here is some more info:

http://defense-arab.com/vb/threads/70658/

The ugliness of French colonialism in Morocco : the beheading of resistance and turn it into a postcard official
On July 23, 2013
By - looms

Picture : French soldiers cutting capital fighters in the town of Meknes Okoraa province after the signing of the Convention on colonialism in 1912 / Archive French military

Internet helps to find documents , photographs and videos , especially on Morocco , including images that reflect the horror of French colonialism in Morocco , such as this image to represent the bodies of the people of the town of Meknes Okoraa in the territory of which the French army around the time to write a card .

And rich libraries military each from France and Spain, with pictures and videos stand out from the point of resistance? Moroccan colonialism , on the other hand highlights the brutal treated colonized with resistance and collective punishment , which was under his entire villages in the regions of the Atlas and the countryside because of the resistance that was shown .

Perhaps the worst forms of collective punishment , which was inflicted on French nationals of Moroccan and then an image representation of the bodies of 15 Moroccans during clashes Okoraa province of Meknes , and place these confrontations during the penetration of French colonialism in the atlas after the signing of colonialism , where France wanted complete control of the regions of Fes and Meknes to ensure communications with Algiers and Rabat, Casablanca region .

And French troops worked to separate the heads and put them on a regular basis along the lines of the heads of the animals that are caught in a safari in the jungles of Africa . The remainder is to convert the summit ugliness of this crime to write a card bear the stamp of the French army and proud like a beheading .

No one knows the names of these resisters Moroccans , like tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of Moroccans who have sacrificed for this country throughout history , their true identity and status of " resistant " granted to them by history and national spirit away from management decisions . But it is certain that the French army retains the names and identities of those who had executes them . The names and identity present in the French military archives , waiting for the dust clears her forgetfulness .
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greenhill
01-02-2014, 04:41 AM
Originally Posted by ardianto
We, in Indonesia, never forget the massacres and atrocities committed by the . . .
I wish it were the same here in Malaysia. We are so quick to forget the sufferings of our forefathers. Current generation is all about 'Me! Me! Me!'

:hmm:
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