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Re: IS v US

Postby Garavnoss » Sun Jun 28, 2015 8:36 am

No...they send their war machines to create havoc among decent society's and then blame the frustrations that develop on the victims of their aggression.

I believe they [powers that be] refer to the process as "Stabilizing".

But first of course, they [powers that be] have to "De-Stabilize",.. if they did not, there would be peace in those regions that are now engaged in ferocious battles.

Easy when you give the matter a little thought.
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Re: IS v US

Postby miltiades » Sun Jun 28, 2015 10:31 am

" decent society's " Must have a laugh !!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
I suppose they also tell these savages to blow themselves up in mosques, or shoot holiday makers, slit a throat here and there and offer sex slaves as a price for memorising utter crap !!
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Re: IS v US

Postby Tim Drayton » Sun Jun 28, 2015 2:31 pm

If the following report is true, the residents of Raqqa have nothing to fear if the YPG comes to liberate them. As to the fate of the DAESH perverts and sadists who have wrought misery on the population of this city, I cannot say.

Qasim al-Khatib, member of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC), has visited the city of Tel Abyad (Gire Spi) in Raqqa province, northeastern Syria, after militants of the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) were expelled from the city by the joint forces.

Al-Khatib has headed a delegation from the SNC to investigate allegations about the displacement of Arab civilians from Tel Abyad at the hand of Kurdish forces.

In an exclusive interview with ARA News, al-Khatib said: “As member of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC) and as a citizen from Tel Abyad, it’s my pleasure to congratulate my people for the liberation of the city from Daesh (IS) terrorists.”

“I am honored to be among the first arrivals to the city from the political opposition after IS defeat,” he said.

Al-Khatib denied the widespread accusations by some Arab opposition factions in Syria to the Kurdish forces about the forced displacement of Arab inhabitants from Tel Abyad.

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http://aranews.net/2015/06/kurds-libera ... on-figure/
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Re: IS v US

Postby Garavnoss » Sun Jun 28, 2015 6:16 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:If the following report is true, the residents of Raqqa have nothing to fear if the YPG comes to liberate them. As to the fate of the DAESH perverts and sadists who have wrought misery on the population of this city, I cannot say.

Qasim al-Khatib, member of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC), has visited the city of Tel Abyad (Gire Spi) in Raqqa province, northeastern Syria, after militants of the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) were expelled from the city by the joint forces.

Al-Khatib has headed a delegation from the SNC to investigate allegations about the displacement of Arab civilians from Tel Abyad at the hand of Kurdish forces.

In an exclusive interview with ARA News, al-Khatib said: “As member of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC) and as a citizen from Tel Abyad, it’s my pleasure to congratulate my people for the liberation of the city from Daesh (IS) terrorists.”

“I am honored to be among the first arrivals to the city from the political opposition after IS defeat,” he said.

Al-Khatib denied the widespread accusations by some Arab opposition factions in Syria to the Kurdish forces about the forced displacement of Arab inhabitants from Tel Abyad.

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http://aranews.net/2015/06/kurds-libera ... on-figure/




Suck it up Tim, I saw a Cow climb up a tree. :lol:
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Re: IS v US

Postby miltiades » Sun Jun 28, 2015 6:23 pm

Garavnoss wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:If the following report is true, the residents of Raqqa have nothing to fear if the YPG comes to liberate them. As to the fate of the DAESH perverts and sadists who have wrought misery on the population of this city, I cannot say.

Qasim al-Khatib, member of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC), has visited the city of Tel Abyad (Gire Spi) in Raqqa province, northeastern Syria, after militants of the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) were expelled from the city by the joint forces.

Al-Khatib has headed a delegation from the SNC to investigate allegations about the displacement of Arab civilians from Tel Abyad at the hand of Kurdish forces.

In an exclusive interview with ARA News, al-Khatib said: “As member of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC) and as a citizen from Tel Abyad, it’s my pleasure to congratulate my people for the liberation of the city from Daesh (IS) terrorists.”

“I am honored to be among the first arrivals to the city from the political opposition after IS defeat,” he said.

Al-Khatib denied the widespread accusations by some Arab opposition factions in Syria to the Kurdish forces about the forced displacement of Arab inhabitants from Tel Abyad.

...


http://aranews.net/2015/06/kurds-libera ... on-figure/




Suck it up Tim, I saw a Cow climb up a tree. :lol:

To escape your amorous advances no doubt, prick !!
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Re: IS v US

Postby Garavnoss » Sun Jun 28, 2015 6:52 pm

miltiades wrote:
Garavnoss wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:If the following report is true, the residents of Raqqa have nothing to fear if the YPG comes to liberate them. As to the fate of the DAESH perverts and sadists who have wrought misery on the population of this city, I cannot say.

Qasim al-Khatib, member of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC), has visited the city of Tel Abyad (Gire Spi) in Raqqa province, northeastern Syria, after militants of the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) were expelled from the city by the joint forces.

Al-Khatib has headed a delegation from the SNC to investigate allegations about the displacement of Arab civilians from Tel Abyad at the hand of Kurdish forces.

In an exclusive interview with ARA News, al-Khatib said: “As member of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC) and as a citizen from Tel Abyad, it’s my pleasure to congratulate my people for the liberation of the city from Daesh (IS) terrorists.”

“I am honored to be among the first arrivals to the city from the political opposition after IS defeat,” he said.

Al-Khatib denied the widespread accusations by some Arab opposition factions in Syria to the Kurdish forces about the forced displacement of Arab inhabitants from Tel Abyad.

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http://aranews.net/2015/06/kurds-libera ... on-figure/




Suck it up Tim, I saw a Cow climb up a tree. :lol:

To escape your amorous advances no doubt, prick !!



Probably your wittiest comment to date... unfortunately the final word diminishes the humour of it and merely serves to confirm the fact that you are incapable of making a response without resorting to obscenity. :roll:

Another example of the scourge that besets your every post ..., possibly inflicted upon you by Allah the merciful as a punishment for your misdeed [as highlighted in the other thread]. :lol:
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Re: IS v US

Postby miltiades » Sun Jun 28, 2015 7:20 pm

Garavnoss wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Garavnoss wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:If the following report is true, the residents of Raqqa have nothing to fear if the YPG comes to liberate them. As to the fate of the DAESH perverts and sadists who have wrought misery on the population of this city, I cannot say.

Qasim al-Khatib, member of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC), has visited the city of Tel Abyad (Gire Spi) in Raqqa province, northeastern Syria, after militants of the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) were expelled from the city by the joint forces.

Al-Khatib has headed a delegation from the SNC to investigate allegations about the displacement of Arab civilians from Tel Abyad at the hand of Kurdish forces.

In an exclusive interview with ARA News, al-Khatib said: “As member of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC) and as a citizen from Tel Abyad, it’s my pleasure to congratulate my people for the liberation of the city from Daesh (IS) terrorists.”

“I am honored to be among the first arrivals to the city from the political opposition after IS defeat,” he said.

Al-Khatib denied the widespread accusations by some Arab opposition factions in Syria to the Kurdish forces about the forced displacement of Arab inhabitants from Tel Abyad.

...


http://aranews.net/2015/06/kurds-libera ... on-figure/




Suck it up Tim, I saw a Cow climb up a tree. :lol:

To escape your amorous advances no doubt, prick !!



Probably your wittiest comment to date... unfortunately the final word diminishes the humour of it and merely serves to confirm the fact that you are incapable of making a response without resorting to obscenity. :roll:

Another example of the scourge that besets your every post ..., possibly inflicted upon you by Allah the merciful as a punishment for your misdeed [as highlighted in the other thread]. :lol:

Pervert, do us all a favour and fuck off to Syria to join your barbaric savage mates, Off you go Stupid!
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Re: IS v US

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 28, 2015 9:50 pm

its now been 24 years since the first attack on iraq. is it going to take another 24 years before america realises that they really cannot interfere in other countries affairs and leave them alone. how thic are the americans and their friends exactly. do they really not realise that if they have defeated these people in 24 years they are not going to be able to defeat them in 24 milion years.
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Re: IS v US

Postby miltiades » Mon Jun 29, 2015 6:37 am

Lordo wrote:its now been 24 years since the first attack on iraq. is it going to take another 24 years before america realises that they really cannot interfere in other countries affairs and leave them alone. how thic are the americans and their friends exactly. do they really not realise that if they have defeated these people in 24 years they are not going to be able to defeat them in 24 milion years.

When will idiots like you realize that the Americans were not involved in the latest Islamic atrocities such as the Tunisian massacre, the Kuwait mosque suicide attack, the beheadings carried out by the savages along with atrocity after atrocity perpetrated by those affected severely by the Allah virus.

Blame the Americans you fool, close your eyes at the savagery committed by your cousins in the name of their sick and perverted religious ideology.
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Re: IS v US

Postby Garavnoss » Mon Jun 29, 2015 8:18 am

miltiades wrote:
Lordo wrote:its now been 24 years since the first attack on iraq. is it going to take another 24 years before america realises that they really cannot interfere in other countries affairs and leave them alone. how thic are the americans and their friends exactly. do they really not realise that if they have defeated these people in 24 years they are not going to be able to defeat them in 24 milion years.

When will idiots like you realize that the Americans were not involved in the latest Islamic atrocities such as the Tunisian massacre, the Kuwait mosque suicide attack, the beheadings carried out by the savages along with atrocity after atrocity perpetrated by those affected severely by the Allah virus.

Blame the Americans you fool, close your eyes at the savagery committed by your cousins in the name of their sick and perverted religious ideology.


Allah the merciful has apparently imposed his will upon DMiltideSY and he is beyond redemption, he will never develop the capacity to look beyond the pages of his newspaper nor form an opinion contrary to what he views on the T.V.

He has chosen the emblem of Cyprus as his avatar, I think it an insult to Cyprus that he does so since he is a stranger to the land.

The flags of the UK, USA, ISRAEL, or even TURKEY would be more appropriate [the first most] since after 50+ years of residency in another country amongst the people there, he certainly regards himself as one of them, his love for the Yanks confirms the point.

I object to DMiltiadeSY exhibiting the flag of the nation, I think he should create a poll to discover how others feel. 8)
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