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#31 sam13371337

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 05:09 PM

It's one thing to criticize the rebels for their actions or point out that there are many jihadist elements within them or even to say that Syria might be worse off under their rule.

You, however, are totally delusional. You are making the case that Assad has offered to step down and given elections. Meanwhile the rebels are just attacking innnocent people in their homes. To portray Assad as some innocent in all of this is just baffling.


for every single statement i made, i said exactly why i came to those conclusions.

in my opinion every single one was rationale, the fact that you refuse to actually dispute the points at the end of it all, and just resort to the general "zomgzz you support dictatorzz" argument is a little pathetic to be honest.

if you want to derail a thread and take attention away from blatant israeli aggression, dont just come in and throw out random statements you made up on your own, and when you get called out and corrected on them; make general statements based on general headlines you saw on CNN and form strong opinions of why mr.random cdc poster (who appears to be an israeli supporter who happen to occupy/be mortal enemies of the syrian nation) / and armed jihadi's should be dictating terms to the syrian government.

and when all your arguments are shattered, resort to a general statement, avoid all the points and run away like a coward.
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Posted 01 February 2013 - 06:41 PM

perhaps you should read the history of the muslim brotherhood in syria. A violent salafi organization that one day started an insurrection in 1 city. Imagine a country wakes up one day, and sees armed salafi islamists (syria's version of the taliban) take an entire city over. Attack police stations and massacre ordinary cops....


The Muslim Brotherhood is not a 'Salafi" organization. It is an organization of mixed methodologies and has developed primarily upon the methodology and ideals of Sayyid Qutub, who most Salafi scholars actually warn against.

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 07:24 PM

The Muslim Brotherhood is not a 'Salafi" organization. It is an organization of mixed methodologies and has developed primarily upon the methodology and ideals of Sayyid Qutub, who most Salafi scholars actually warn against.


the syrian muslim brotherhood of the 70s/80s is a FAR FAR different animal then the "muslim brotherhood" you see today in egypt,tunisia etc.. the only thing they share in common is name.

back then "muslim brotherhood" was the general name used for a salafi islamist alliance. kind of like how the term "taliban" is used to describe the islamists fighting NATO in afghanistan. They had commited numerous acts of terrorism over the years, their insurrection of hama was just the climax, and the red line for syrian society.

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 07:50 PM

I'm going to agree to an extent with sam.. There's a radical element there that is very dangerous to everybody i think. Who knows what's going on,but in the beginning Assad was defiant and I believe inflamed all of this to where it is now. He is responsible for the state of Syria

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 08:28 PM

I kinda agree with Sam except for the elections thing.

Because the West is siding with the opposition group, everything major thing that happens, is blamed on goverment troops.

LIke like how people are getting massacred in their home, the Universaty bombing, and car / suicide bombs.
These bombings are probably not done by Rebels or the Government forces, but the Jihads themselves, who is using this oppurtunity to join forces with the rebels. They will blend in as Rebels and try to take down the government. Once thats done, they will try to control the country, and establish an Islamic state. All out war will continue, with constant suicide bombings, car bombs etc etc etc. The United States and the rest of the F in probably fully aware of this. Syria will be in more of a mess if the Rebels win . They need to realize that their are taliban. Who the hell sets off car bombs! Why the hell would the army do that? Why the hell will the Rebels do that? Going to be disaster for Syria if they fall.
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Posted 01 February 2013 - 08:30 PM

Nuke the hell outa them and turn the whole place into a god forsaken desert that only fanatics will fight over.


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Posted 01 February 2013 - 11:35 PM

Isreal is a joke. Not as big of a joke as the so called FSA.( true the FSA has become infected with extremist) Every day I see new videos of them executing SAA and civilians... If people actually new what was happening they wouldn't be supporting the so called "FSA" Not to mention a huge amount of the FSA aren't even Syrian. They are coming from all over the middle East. Now the West backs them.. But at the same time fight the exact same people in Afghanistan and previously Iraq....

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Posted 02 February 2013 - 02:22 AM

Isreal is a joke. Not as big of a joke as the so called FSA.( true the FSA has become infected with extremist) Every day I see new videos of them executing SAA and civilians... If people actually new what was happening they wouldn't be supporting the so called "FSA" Not to mention a huge amount of the FSA aren't even Syrian. They are coming from all over the middle East. Now the West backs them.. But at the same time fight the exact same people in Afghanistan and previously Iraq....


Yup. Sieze the oppurtunity. Cause right now, Syria does not have a "western presence" in the country unlike Iraq and Afghanistan. Cause as far as I know, the "original FSA" is absolutley no match for the Syrian Army. They our out gunned, and out numbered, and have far more power then the FSA. I was shocked as hell, to hear that they've been losing their bases. This is not FSA army, these are fearless Al Qaeda fighters are or Talibans, wanting to establish a Muslim Country. If Syria falls, that country is screwed. As least Iraq and Afghanistan have their own army. Syria wouldn't have any, army, and they wouldn't even have a damn government.

I really don't want to see Syria fall, because of that reason. The people there will suffer more, then before. Just like Lybia. They are a worst country now then they were before.
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Posted 02 February 2013 - 02:37 AM

Yup. Sieze the oppurtunity. Cause right now, Syria does not have a "western presence" in the country unlike Iraq and Afghanistan. Cause as far as I know, the "original FSA" is absolutley no match for the Syrian Army. They our out gunned, and out numbered, and have far more power then the FSA. I was shocked as hell, to hear that they've been losing their bases. This is not FSA army, these are fearless Al Qaeda fighters are or Talibans, wanting to establish a Muslim Country. If Syria falls, that country is screwed. As least Iraq and Afghanistan have their own army. Syria wouldn't have any, army, and they wouldn't even have a damn government.

I really don't want to see Syria fall, because of that reason. The people there will suffer more, then before. Just like Lybia. They are a worst country now then they were before.

Well said. Libya was only started because the west wanted it started. Libya was one of the most advanced countries before the west backed uprising was even started. The country is now screwed.... Same can be said for Iraq. The country was fine before the Americans went in... They had 24/7 power in most areas, clean water, high employment ect ect. Now over 100 000 civilians deaths later and the country is now having daily bombings even after the Americans have left. It's become a claster fak.... All for the control of Oil and footholds in the middle east.

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Posted 02 February 2013 - 09:19 AM

Well said. Libya was only started because the west wanted it started. Libya was one of the most advanced countries before the west backed uprising was even started. The country is now screwed.... Same can be said for Iraq. The country was fine before the Americans went in... They had 24/7 power in most areas, clean water, high employment ect ect. Now over 100 000 civilians deaths later and the country is now having daily bombings even after the Americans have left. It's become a claster fak.... All for the control of Oil and footholds in the middle east.


Oh please, Iraq was not great before.Saddam executed those who opposed him, Iraq invaded Kuwait and waged war with Iran. Hussein drained areas to deprive some areas of water he used gas on some towns and killed hundreds of thousands. ya ya real utopia.
The vast majority of Iraqis are dirt poor while he lived in billion dollar mansions.
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Posted 02 February 2013 - 10:31 AM

Well said. Libya was only started because the west wanted it started. Libya was one of the most advanced countries before the west backed uprising was even started. The country is now screwed.... Same can be said for Iraq. The country was fine before the Americans went in... They had 24/7 power in most areas, clean water, high employment ect ect. Now over 100 000 civilians deaths later and the country is now having daily bombings even after the Americans have left. It's become a claster fak.... All for the control of Oil and footholds in the middle east.


I seriously hope your tongue was firmly planted in your cheek as you wrote that because surely someone wouldn't deliberately write that sort of ignorance into a post while being of serious belief that it is in any way, shape or form, the truth..

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Posted 02 February 2013 - 12:20 PM

I seriously hope your tongue was firmly planted in your cheek as you wrote that because surely someone wouldn't deliberately write that sort of ignorance into a post while being of serious belief that it is in any way, shape or form, the truth..


Looks like you get all your news from CNN... You can ask any Iraqi and they will tell you the country was better off pre 2003 then it is now. I had the chance to to travel through most of the middle east before 2003. From what I can tell you, the country was fine. Sure it wasn't perfect, yah but they actually had decent facilities ect. You clearly have no idea what is really going on in the middle east.. Like I said I've had the chance to vist a lot of these countries before a lot of this stuff went down and it's quite sad what we have done to them...

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Posted 02 February 2013 - 12:41 PM

Oh please, Iraq was not great before.Saddam executed those who opposed him, Iraq invaded Kuwait and waged war with Iran. Hussein drained areas to deprive some areas of water he used gas on some towns and killed hundreds of thousands. ya ya real utopia.
The vast majority of Iraqis are dirt poor while he lived in billion dollar mansions.


You have a point, but so does Kurtis. Suddamm Hussein did some unbelievably stupid and unheard things. Of course the stuff that he did, is not happening now. But please don't ignore what has happened since the Fall of Hussiein. Radical, extremists have been trying to take over the country. People randomy being executed in their homes. Suicidal bombings apon suicidal bombings, more random acts of murders of people in their homes, and worst, corruption among the government. Iraq is far less organized now then before. It's a F in mess! Much more messed up then before. It really is.

We need to stop thinking that a fall of a dictorship will solve everything! It hasn't solved anything in Iraq, Afghanistan and Lybia. Lybia was one of the best and developing society's in Africa. They were vastly developing, not in like modernization, but the the government really supported the people. I believe they free school etc etc.

Here's my point of view. I do not like seeing people suffer. Just like Lybia. It's worst now then before, and their oil is not even controlled by them anymore. Who is going to help their economy? F in United States? !@#$ them! They don't give 2 craps about these places. Syria is so screwed right now! Being accused of using long range missles? WHAT THE HELL! Whatever the rebels, the idiots of the Western powers believe them! Nato is the new Axis.
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Posted 02 February 2013 - 01:04 PM

Looks like you get all your news from CNN...
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You are quite incorrect.

You clearly have no idea what is really going on in the middle east..


And neither do you if you haven't traveled there since 2003. End of.

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Posted 02 February 2013 - 01:51 PM

You have a point, but so does Kurtis. Suddamm Hussein did some unbelievably stupid and unheard things. Of course the stuff that he did, is not happening now. But please don't ignore what has happened since the Fall of Hussiein. Radical, extremists have been trying to take over the country. People randomy being executed in their homes. Suicidal bombings apon suicidal bombings, more random acts of murders of people in their homes, and worst, corruption among the government. Iraq is far less organized now then before. It's a F in mess! Much more messed up then before. It really is.

We need to stop thinking that a fall of a dictorship will solve everything! It hasn't solved anything in Iraq, Afghanistan and Lybia. Lybia was one of the best and developing society's in Africa. They were vastly developing, not in like modernization, but the the government really supported the people. I believe they free school etc etc.

Here's my point of view. I do not like seeing people suffer. Just like Lybia. It's worst now then before, and their oil is not even controlled by them anymore. Who is going to help their economy? F in United States? !@#$ them! They don't give 2 craps about these places. Syria is so screwed right now! Being accused of using long range missles? WHAT THE HELL! Whatever the rebels, the idiots of the Western powers believe them! Nato is the new Axis.


Correct me if I am reading this completely wrong but I'm understanding you to infer that these war-torn nations were better off under their dictators. How can you even suggest that seriously? And how in the world do you misspell Libya three times in the same post?
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Posted 02 February 2013 - 02:58 PM

Correct me if I am reading this completely wrong but I'm understanding you to infer that these war-torn nations were better off under their dictators. How can you even suggest that seriously? And how in the world do you misspell Libya three times in the same post?


Oh sorry .. I thought you meant Labia .. silly me .. :rolleyes:
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Posted 02 February 2013 - 03:10 PM

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Posted 02 February 2013 - 05:00 PM

Suddenly laws being broken in Syria are a problem. Funny how that works.
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Posted 03 February 2013 - 02:51 PM

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Posted 03 February 2013 - 03:21 PM

Really wish we would stop backing Israeli.


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Posted 03 February 2013 - 07:15 PM

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And people wonder why attacks on Israel keep happening.
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Posted 03 February 2013 - 11:56 PM

And people wonder why attacks on Israel keep happening.


Actually I wonder why when Israel hits a military target, their enemies hit civilian targets. Then people try to justify israeli civilian deaths as being acceptable and expected. You definetly wouldnt read about that here either... but when israel attacks a military target in a rather lawless country suddenly everyone is up in arms. That's what I wonder about. Whatever retaliation comes will just be some more innocent civilian terror. Israel's enemies are too pathetic to hit real targets.

Poor Syria. Go shed some more crocodile tears. As far as I'm concerned any move to rid that area of missiles is a GOOD move. I'm sure Russia is the first in line to uphold international laws. What a joke.

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 12:02 AM

Actually I wonder why when Israel hits a military target, their enemies hit civilian targets. Then people try to justify israeli civilian deaths as being acceptable and expected. You definetly wouldnt read about that here either... but when israel attacks a military target in a rather lawless country suddenly everyone is up in arms. That's what I wonder about. Whatever retaliation comes will just be some more innocent civilian terror. Israel's enemies are too pathetic to hit real targets.

Poor Syria. Go shed some more crocodile tears. As far as I'm concerned any move to rid that area of missiles is a GOOD move. I'm sure Russia is the first in line to uphold international laws. What a joke.


Yeah but the trucks full of bombs were for peaceful purposes ;) what a tragedy
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Posted 04 February 2013 - 11:16 AM

Suddenly laws being broken in Syria are a problem. Funny how that works.


Haven't you heard, destroying this one military truck is also responsible for destabilizing Syria:

http://www.bbc.co.uk...e-east-21311874
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:02 PM

And people wonder why attacks on Israel keep happening.


Judging by the Zionist screams of outrage that came out of Washington over the new secretary of state, and secretary of defence, Big brother is going to look a lot less favorably on their further exploits abroad.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:04 PM

how about Iran multiple human right abuse and secret nuclear weapon project..........Syria multiple human right abuse.........and they accuse Irasel when they have broken multiple laws.........
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Posted 05 February 2013 - 08:15 PM

how about Iran multiple human right abuse and secret nuclear weapon project..........Syria multiple human right abuse.........and they accuse Irasel when they have broken multiple laws.........

Another victim of Western media bias.
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Posted 06 February 2013 - 01:32 PM

Another victim of Western media bias.


How about all sides be held to account? What a concept!
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Posted 06 February 2013 - 03:22 PM

How about all sides be held to account? What a concept!


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