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abo mussaab
02-08-2015, 01:21 AM

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yoosooph
02-16-2015, 10:05 AM
We are Muslims, we are not terrorists. They kill to rule, we worship for Jannah.
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greenhill
02-16-2015, 11:29 AM
Glad they realised this. The real terrorism is the occupation..
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Patrick
02-16-2015, 05:31 PM
Any way that you attack a groups looks, way of life, way of thinking and way of believing is terrorism. To claim that a group who leaves those questions up to the individual as muslims do when it comes to changing to islam or not to me is just making excuses.
The fact remains that the more the conflict can be observed I would say a group that will move in, start war, then instill there way on two entire different countries is far more aggressive dangerous and deserving of fearing than a group who let people decide what it is that they believe and what they do not.
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abo mussaab
02-22-2015, 02:05 AM
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Junon
03-04-2015, 06:33 PM
Salaam

Nothing new there Im afraid, America has a long history of bringing misery and death, all in the name of 'freedom' and 'democracy'.

This is an interesting interview, its for the book Irregular Army: How the US Military Recruited Neo-Nazis, Gang Members, and Criminals to Fight the War on Terror

Since the launch of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars now the longest wars in American history the US military has struggled to recruit troops. It has responded, as Matt Kennards explosive investigative report makes clear, by opening its doors to neo-Nazis, white supremacists, gang members, criminals of all stripes, the overweight, and the mentally ill. Based on several years of reporting, Irregular Army includes extensive interviews with extremist veterans and leaders of far-right hate groups who spoke openly of their eagerness to have their followers acquire military training for a coming domestic race war. As a report commissioned by the Department of Defense itself put it, Effectively, the military has a dont ask, don't tell policy pertaining to extremism.

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