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Re: Iran will defend Syria to the last drop of the Syrian Bl

Postby CR » Fri Mar 17, 2017 6:26 am

Looks like things are moving along in Syria.
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Re: Iran will defend Syria to the last drop of the Syrian Bl

Postby CR » Thu Jun 15, 2017 7:20 pm

Let Them Be! :-$

Middle East will never digest Democracy. Ahreeman is correct. Let the secular dictators to rule Middle East because as soon as you overthrow them, Islam and Muslims will enter the scene to wither create an Islamic Republic with Sharia’ Law or start a civil war!

At least in a dictatorial secular regime, there is wealth, security and safety but in an Islamic Republic, there is inflation, unemployment, rape, murder, robbery, burglary, Islamic dress codes and suffocation!

So you don’t have political freedom in dictatorships, so what? At least you can live free with all other freedoms! But under Islam, it is better to die than to live! Death is better than living under Islam! Cause it’s quick and fast but Islam kills you gradually, a long and slow death!

Let the secular dictators be and rule Middle East and Syria because the alternative is Islam and Death is better than Islam!

Let them be, let them be America, stay out and keep out because you can never change the mentality of the Middle Easterners. They know force, power and dictatorships. No dictatorships means growth of Islam and growth of Islam means death.

Let them be ……

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Re: Iran will defend Syria to the last drop of the Syrian Bl

Postby Atusa Qajar » Wed Jul 26, 2017 10:55 am


Please don’t forget that Obama and Clinton’s Arab Spring was also a big cause for destruction of Middle East and Syria. Obama and Clinton have blood on their hands.

Until Middle Easterners hand their destiny to the hands of Dictators, Clerics and Foreigners, the Middle East will never see salvation or light! :hatsoff:

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Re: Iran will defend Syria to the last drop of the Syrian Bl

Postby CR » Fri Nov 03, 2017 11:33 am

ISIS Loss, US Win or is it?

With ISIS getting defeated in Syria and Iraq and the ISIS scattering in North Africa, Middle East and South East Asia there will be a vacuum in Syria. Iran backed Syrian Regime builds a strong base to control. Iran’s control of the region is becoming more powerful. IRI’s grip spreads from Lebanon, Palestine to Syria, Iraq and all the way to Afghanistan and Yemen.

US and her allies are defeating ISIS in Syria but aren’t they also wrapping Syria in a ribbon and handing it to the IRI Islamist Regime and its puppet Assad?

ISIS loss is US win or is it? Could it be that in the near future it will be IRI’s win?

It is interesting to see how things will fold in the near and far future.

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Re: Iran will defend Syria to the last drop of the Syrian Bl

Postby Bita K » Sun Feb 11, 2018 11:43 am

Good point Cat. It is very important to realize this fact. :thumbsup:

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Iran and Israel Proxy Wars in Syria Enflames

Postby Atusa Qajar » Mon Feb 12, 2018 2:09 pm

Iran and Israel Proxy Wars in Syria Enflames

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Israel Air Force says seized Iranian drone is a knockoff of US Sentinel
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Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei sits next to a captured U.S. RQ-170 Sentinel on May 11, 2014. The drone crashed in Iran in December 2011.

TEL AVIV, Israel — A senior Israeli Air Force officer told reporters Monday that the Iranian drone it intercepted over the weekend was a “copy” of a stealthy U.S.-built RQ-170 Sentinel downed by Iranian forces over Iranian territory in 2011.

“It’s a copy of a similar system that fell in Iran,” Brig. Gen. Tomer Bar, chief of staff of the Israeli Air Force, said of the drone in Israel’s possession, which he identified as Shahed 171.

“They more or less duplicated it … but I won’t grade them,” said Bar, referring to Iran’s reverse engineering capabilities.

Iran released a video of the Shahed 171 in flight back in 2014. Two years later, Iran showed another knockoff based on the Lockheed Martin Sentinel, an armed version known as the Saeqeh, according to Tal Inbar, director of the UAV and space program at Israel’s Fisher Brothers Institute for Air and Space Strategic Studies.

“There are two copies that Iran made out of the RQ-170. One is Shahed 171, and this is supposed to be jet powered and for reconnaissance missions. Then there is the other variant of this vehicle — similar in design to RQ-170, with a piston engine and a propeller — named Saeqeh. This variant was shown in 2016 armed with four laser-guided munitions,” Inbar told Defense News.

Officers here said Israel maintained persistent intelligence of the drone as it took off from the Palmyra area of Syria, made its way through northern Jordan and entered Israeli airspace, where it was shot down by an Israeli Apache helicopter. “We have full situational awareness, 24/7 … and we remain steadfast in the face of the strategic aims of Iran and Hezbollah,” Bar said.

In response to the Feb. 10 breach of Israeli territory by the Iranian reverse-engineered U.S. system, Israel deployed a force package of eight F-16Is to target the Iranian command trailer near Palmyra in central Syria.

It was during that retaliatory raid that one of the Israeli F-16Is was hit by a Syrian-based air defense missile on its return to Israel. The front-line fighter fell in Israel’s Galilee region after the pilots ejected over Israeli territory.

Shortly after its Feb. 12 interception of the Iranian drone, Israel released grainy video footage of the aircraft flying in Israeli airspace, but has yet to release images from the wreckage of the Iranian knockoff now in its possession.

“I don’t know what was the specific vehicle that penetrated Israel. But if it was the Shahed, as the Air Force general said, it’s more sophisticated since it’s supposed to be jet powered. But from the video released by the Israel Defense Forces, you don’t see any trails of hot air typical of jet-powered vehicles,” Inbar noted.

“Either way, the fact that it was tracked and shot down by the Israel Air Force was a test for both sides: For the Iranians, it showed that they need to improve upon their stealth properties. And for the Israelis, it was validation of its air defense network,” he added.

Last May, in an indication that U.S. or allied forces could face knockoffs of the RQ-107 in battle, the U.S. Army included the Lockheed Sentinel system in its manual of “Visual Aircraft Recognition.”


Israel Strikes Iran in Syria and Loses a Jet
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Pieces of an Israeli F-16 that crashed in northern Israel on Saturday after coming under antiaircraft fire. The pilot ejected, according to a military spokesman.

JERUSALEM — Israel clashed with Syrian and Iranian military forces on Saturday in a series of audacious cross-border strikes that could mark a dangerous new phase in Syria’s long civil war.

The confrontations, which threaten to draw Israel more directly into the conflict, began before dawn when Israel intercepted what it said was an Iranian drone that had penetrated its airspace from Syria. The Israeli military then attacked what it called the command-and-control center from which Iran had launched the drone, at a Syrian air base near Palmyra.

On its way back from the mission, one of Israel’s F-16 fighter jets crashed in northern Israel after coming under heavy Syrian antiaircraft fire. It is believed to be the first Israeli plane lost under enemy fire in decades.

That prompted a broad wave of Israeli strikes against a dozen Syrian and Iranian targets in Syrian territory. The Israeli military said it hit eight Syrian targets, including three aerial defense batteries, and four Iranian positions that it described as “part of Iran’s military entrenchment in Syria.”

The events, including Israel’s direct engagement with Iranian forces, threatened to intensify the crisis in Syria and showed the extent to which the country has become a battlefield between Israel and Iran, bitter foes in the region.
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“This is indeed a dangerous escalation that raises the specter of direct conflict between Israel and Iran in Syria — a far more serious situation than the drawing of red lines and tit-for-tat exchanges that have occurred before,” said Robert Satloff, executive director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

Forces from Russia, Turkey and the United States are also on the ground in Syria in a war with multiple fronts and multiple factions, including the remnants of the Islamic State and other Islamist militant groups.

In the past week, aircraft from three foreign countries have been brought down in the conflict: the Israeli plane; a Turkish helicopter shot down, also on Saturday, as it attacked Kurdish militias; and a Russian plane over Idlib that was bombing rebel-held territory.

Israel has long warned about the risk of conflict as Iranian forces and their allies, including Hezbollah, the Lebanese militant group, have dug in on Syrian territory and approached the boundary with the Israeli-held portion of the Golan Heights. Israel, which considers Iran its most potent enemy in the region, has been lobbying world powers to push these forces from the border areas.

Israel has carried out scores of strikes in Syria in recent years, largely targeting what it says are advanced weapons stores or convoys taking weapons to Hezbollah in neighboring Lebanon. Israel has also reportedly hit Syrian government facilities involved in weapons development and an Iranian base under construction in Syria.

But this was the first Israeli strike on a site where Iranian forces were present, analysts said, and Israeli military officials said this was the first time an Iranian drone had penetrated Israeli airspace during the Syrian war. There was no immediate indication that the drone was armed.

Israeli military officials accused the Syrians and Iranians of “playing with fire,” but indicated that Israel wanted to contain the situation.

“We are ready to exact a very heavy price from whoever acts against us,” said Brig. Gen. Ronen Manelis, the chief spokesman of the Israeli military, “but we are not seeking an escalation.”

The jet crash represented a severe blow to Israel’s prestige and could mark a major change after years in which it acted against targets in Syria with relative impunity.

In the past, Syria has claimed, falsely, that it had shot down Israeli aircraft. The last time an Israeli jet was downed under enemy fire appears to have been in the early 1980s.

Hezbollah said on Saturday that the downing of the Israeli F-16 jet by the Syrian Army marked the “start of a new strategic phase,” which would limit Israeli exploitation of Syrian airspace. “Today’s developments mean the old equations have categorically ended,” the Lebanese Shiite group said in a statement.

In Syria, the day’s events were viewed as potential game-changers. Government supporters celebrated in the streets of Damascus, handing out sweets and hailing Mr. Assad and the army.

This is the first time the Syrian government appears to have made good on promises to shoot down Israeli aircraft, after years of threats against both Israel and the other international militaries that have flown sorties over Syria without permission.

“I am so happy,” said Haidar, 30, a government supporter, as he handed out sweets downtown. “It makes me proud to see a Syrian response, shooting down the Israeli F-16. For years we have been waiting for a Syrian reaction against the Israeli violations and airstrikes.”

But just as Syrian self-confidence appears to have grown, Israel also sent a strong message with its broad wave of strikes on Saturday, Israeli analysts said. They noted that this was the first time in recent years Israel had struck Syrian territory in broad daylight and said that Israel had inflicted serious damage on Syria’s air-defense system. Despite more Syrian antiaircraft fire, all Israeli jets returned to base safely from the second mission, after the first jet was lost, according to the Israeli military. Syria is believed to have fired at least a dozen antiaircraft missiles, with the wreckage of one landing in Lebanon.

It was not immediately clear if the Israeli F-16 was directly hit by the Syrian antiaircraft fire. Early assessments suggested that it was, said Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus, another spokesman for the Israeli military, though he added that nothing had been officially confirmed.

The Israeli military said two pilots had bailed from the downed aircraft “as per procedure.” One pilot was severely injured.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel spent much of Saturday in consultations with his defense minister, the Israeli chief of staff and other military officials.

Russia, along with Iran, has been helping prop up the government of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria, and the Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement calling on “all sides involved to show restraint and avoid all acts that could lead to complicating the situation further.”

The ministry added: “It is absolutely unacceptable to create threats to the lives and security of Russian soldiers that are in the Syrian Arab Republic on the invitation of the legal government to assist in the fight against terrorism.”

After a meeting with President Vladimir V. Putin in Moscow two weeks ago, Mr. Netanyahu said in a statement that Israel viewed with “utmost gravity” Iran’s efforts to establish a military presence in Syria, and said he had made clear to Mr. Putin that Israel would “act according to need.”

Mr. Netanyahu said he spoke with Mr. Putin on Saturday and agreed that security coordination between the two countries would continue. The Israeli prime minister also said he spoke with Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson about Saturday’s confrontation.

“The United States is deeply concerned about today’s escalation of violence over Israel’s border,” Heather Nauert, a State Department spokeswoman, said in a statement. “Iran’s calculated escalation of threat, and its ambition to project its power and dominance, places all the people of the region — from Yemen to Lebanon — at risk.”

A Pentagon spokesman, Maj. Adrian J. Rankine-Galloway, said the United States military supported Israel’s right of self-defense. “We share the concerns of many throughout the region that Iran’s destabilizing activities threaten international peace and security, and we seek greater international resolve in countering Iran’s malign activities,” Major Rankine-Galloway said in a statement.

With so many foreign forces engaged in Syria, the risks of the conflict extending beyond its borders are real, but analysts said all sides have an interest in making sure Saturday’s events do not spiral into something larger.

“I think it will be contained for the moment,” said Steven Simon, a Middle East specialist at Amherst College who was a senior official on President Barack Obama’s National Security Council. “But the situation is highly volatile,” Mr. Simon said, adding, “this has been simmering for quite a while and things are coming to a boil.”

Mr. Simon said an important question is whether the White House is counseling restraint.

“The U.S. and Israel could be thinking of their respective operations in Syria as a hammer and anvil, with Iran and its proxy forces in the middle,” he said. “If true, fighting will escalate.”

Amos Yadlin, a former chief of Israeli military intelligence and now the executive director of the Institute for National Security Studies at Tel Aviv University, said Syria, Iran and Russia would appear to have little interest now in getting into a full-blown conflict with Israel.

“Israel has the capability to destroy the Russian and Iranian project to save the Assad regime,” Mr. Yadlin said. “This is not the weak Syrian opposition. This is strong Israel.”

While Israel’s military strength is a significant factor in any response, the improving situation for the Assad government is also a consideration.

“There is no incentive for the Iranians, Syrians or Russians to draw the Israelis into a military situation that has been moving in their favor for some time,” said Stephen B. Slick, a former C.I.A. station chief in Israel who now directs the Intelligence Studies Project at the University of Texas at Austin.

The Iranian Foreign Ministry denied the drone had strayed into Israeli airspace and rejected as “laughable” reports that Israel had intercepted a drone launched from Syria.

Syrian Army officials said the drone had been carrying out a routine mission against the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, over Syrian airspace, according to the news site Al-Manar.

Colonel Conricus insisted that the drone was “on a specific Iranian mission,” and was shot down deep in Israeli territory.

Still, some Israeli analysts did not discount the possibility that the Iranian drone had crossed into Israel because of a malfunction.

“I fail to see the logic behind the Iranians sending a drone to Israel,” said Ehud Yaari, an Israeli television analyst of Arab affairs and an Israel-based fellow of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. “They have other priorities right now in Syria.”

But once it had crossed into Israeli airspace, the Israelis had no choice but to respond, Mr. Yaari said.

He added, “The almost constant friction between the Iranian presence in Syria and the Israeli Army is taking its toll.”

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It’s time for Trump to attack Iran’s Revolutionary Guard

Postby Atusa Qajar » Tue Feb 13, 2018 6:45 am

It’s time for Trump to attack Iran’s Revolutionary Guard
Richard Goldberg

New York Post

An allegedly Iranian-made drone recovered in Yemen displayed by the Department of Defense. Reuters

When Iran flew an unmanned aerial vehicle into Israel this weekend, the mullahs were testing President Trump, not just Israel.

The Iranian drone, reportedly based on US technology, was a reminder of America’s abandonment of an active military deterrent, which began in 2011 when President Barack Obama allowed Iran to recover a highly classified UAV instead of sending a missile to destroy it.

In the years that followed, Obama applied intense pressure to prevent an Israeli airstrike on Iranian nuclear facilities, abandoned coercive diplomacy to appease Tehran in nuclear negotiations and responded to the capture of 10 US sailors with the diplomatic equivalent of “Thank you, sir, may I have another.”

Worse still was Obama’s refusal to act in Syria, even to enforce his own red line on the use of chemical weapons. The Obama administration said the Syrian air-defense system made a no-fly zone too dangerous to enforce. Yet hundreds of thousands of dead Syrians later, the Israeli Air Force wiped out half of Syria’s air defenses on Saturday afternoon.

Iran’s leaders observed and internalized American weakness. In response, they intensified their pursuit of a regional hegemony with the money and diplomatic cover from the flawed nuclear deal to spread terror and missiles throughout the Middle East.

And while President Trump entered office wielding aggressive rhetoric toward Iran and vowing to tear up the nuke deal, Tehran still doesn’t know what to make of him.

On one hand, Trump’s decision to impose sanctions on Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps along with his uncompromising indictment of the nature of the Iranian regime at the United Nations showed a willingness to engage in ideological and economic warfare. On the other, the nuclear deal remains in place, and his administration has done little to raise the cost to Iran for its regional expansion.

Iran still smuggles weapons into Bahrain, the home of the US Navy’s Central Command and missiles into Yemen to launch attacks against Saudi Arabia, while building missile-production facilities in Syria and Lebanon.

Now is the time for Trump to re-establish a robust military deterrent toward Iranian expansionism in close collaboration with regional allies.

His administration declared the Revolutionary Guard a terrorist entity in October, and he should target key Guards’ bases and weapons in Syria accordingly. Such an approach could help prevent a larger-scale conflict.

Iran’s leaders tend to avoid direct military confrontation against a superior military power. Saudi officials like to tell the story of the 1984 shoot-down of two Iranian fighters that crossed into Saudi airspace. When the line was next tested in 1988, the Iranians turned back before being intercepted and never tested Saudi Arabia again.

Furthermore, the mullahs know that if they direct more money into extraterritorial operations, their economic and political situation at home will deteriorate. The Iranian people are already chanting, “Let go of Syria, think about us.” Raising the cost for Iran in Syria would exacerbate internal tensions.

Trump will certainly need to prepare for a range of potential responses from Iran, particularly via proxies in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. But these proxy threats aren’t new — and the benefits far outweigh potential costs.

First, Tehran’s strategic calculus would start to change, curtailing risk-taking in the region, enhancing security for US allies over the long run and potentially changing regime behavior in other illicit activities.

Second, a US military deterrent would close the so-called “land bridge” that gives Iran an uninterrupted line of influence to the Mediterranean. And that deterrent would undergird Trump’s threats to exit the nuclear deal, which could dramatically increase the likelihood that attempts to fix the deal succeed while significantly reducing the risks of an Iranian escalation should he decide to nix it.

Finally, the United States would reclaim diplomatic leverage over Russia in Syria. If Vladimir Putin wants to maintain a long-term presence and profit off the country’s reconstruction, he’ll have to clear Iranian forces out of Syria or America and its allies will do it for him.

But without that deterrent, America will keep sleepwalking into an era of Iranian hegemony in the Middle East. This weekend’s events should be a final wake-up call.

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Re: Iran will defend Syria to the last drop of the Syrian Bl

Postby Qods IRI » Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:57 am

We are Thankful to Islamic Republic of Iran
History Lesson for Ignorant Infidels

Bismellah al Rahman al Rahim

In the name of Allah the mighty merciful
In the name of Hazrate Imam Seyed Ali Khamenei
My Moula Ali

The Great Arab Liberators

In the ancient times, the “Great Arab Liberators” have liberated the pagan Persian Empire and liberated the Iranian people from their weird ways of fire worship, totem worship and false god worship. They taught Iranians to worship the mono God Allah. The Great Arab Liberators thought Iranians real culture and civilizations. The Great Arab Liberators brought the gift of Islam to Iran.

Great Arab Liberators like Hazrate Umar, Hazrate Ali, Hazrate Imam Hassan, Hazrate Imam Hussein and other Great Arab Liberators. May Allah bless their great souls and praise be upon Allah.

The Great Shi’a Liberators

The Great Shi’a Liberators of Islamic Republic of Iran returned the favor by bringing true words of Allah all around the Middle East and Syria. By the order of Hazrate Imam Seyed Ali Khamenei the Great superior armies of Islam, the Great IRGC Qods Forces liberated the soil of Syria and saved our brother Bashar al Assad, Baath Party and people of Syria. Imam saved the Syrian people from the atrocities of infidel Great Satan and its infidel Kurdish and Munafigh forces and Mozduran.

We the Syrian people are forever in debt of Hazrate Imam Seyed Ali Khamenei, my Moula Ali.

I am a free journalist and Syrian and a Shi’a Arab but my soul is Iranian, my soul belongs to Hazrate Imam Seyed Ali Khamenei.

Man zatam Irani hast.

Syrian, Arab, Iranian means nothing, we are all Shi’a Muslim, true Muslims and soldiers of Islam. Iran is not important but Islam is the whole and the focus point. We are all in service of Hazrate Imam Khamenei, the representative of Allah on Earth.

Imam is wise and Allah blessed Imam. We the soldiers of Islam only answer to Imam who is the representative of Allah on Earth. I am here to inform you and teach you the truth and bring you the message that we can be forgiving. We will forgive your sins if you see the truth of Allah and Imam. Hazrate Imam Seyed Ali Khamenei is forgiving. Get on your knees, beg forgiveness, kiss the ground that Imam walks on and beg for forgiveness from Allah and Imam. Allah is forgiving. It is never too late to come back to the heart of Islam, Alalh and Imam. Hazrate Imam Seyed Ali Khamenei is like your father and you are his children. How can a father keeps grudge of his children, even if the children are foolish and nadan val sinful.

La takhaf Mosolmanan, la takhaf

I am a soldier of Islam in service of Hazrate Imam Seyed Ali Khamenei, I bring you message of Imam and message of Allah. I am the messenger of good will of Allah. I am here to open your eyes to the love of Allah. Don’t remain blind to love of Allah.

Great soldiers of Islam and Sepah liberated Syria from ISIS and soon from Yankee America. Great soldiers of Islam are liberating the whole land of Islam, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, Bahrain, Afghanistan, Oman and everywhere in Middle East. Land of Islam belong to Islamic Republic of Iran, the enforcer of will of Allah and Imam is representative of Allah. Praise be upon Allah, your savior. America and its allies are finished.

Vallahi vallahi there’s no other greatness than love of Imam Khamenei

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I am everywhere and I go everywhere
I roam the world
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I only answer to Hazrate Imam Seyed Ali Khamenei
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In the name of Imam, I end this message
May you see the light of Allah

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Re: Iran will defend Syria to the last drop of the Syrian Bl

Postby Shahrzad BB » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:18 am

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“I roam around everywhere”

Why don’t you start roaming around to the hospital, cleanup and tidy up my office because my janitor is sick and she has not been doing her job lately? After you clean the trash and fix up my office, then you can roam in to the psychiatric ward, sign into a reserved straightjacket and padded room prepared for you. I reserved a room for you. Of course, I will be visiting you and taking the challenge of being your personal therapist. I always visit and cure “Soldiers of Islam”!

:devprised: Ahreeman,

Didn’t I tell you to pay the exterminators bill? He hasn’t been working lately. The whole club is infested and cockroaches are coming out from the woodworks. All the halls and rooms are infested. I’m trying to do my best smooshing these new breeds of cockroaches with turbans but I don’t want goo and yogee on or at the bottom of my new BeBe Shoes! It’s time to exterminate babe.

I loved this one babe

My Experience with Shiite!

If you comprehend the Shiite infestation and recently all over the club, then why didn’t you pay the exterminator’s bill? Shame on you Ahreeman! We have some tough Shiite around here and they are all over my shoes! Ah, let me get a napkin and clean this one!

Just doing my share of visiting, therapy and try to cure
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Re: Iran will defend Syria to the last drop of the Syrian Bl

Postby Nicholas Ginex » Tue Feb 13, 2018 1:28 pm

Ginex Response to: Bismellah al Rahman al Rahim ramblings under the title, “We are Thankful to Islamic Republic of Iran History Lesson for Ignorant Infidels.” It was dated Feb 13, 2018.

Bismellah is a poor student of history for not knowing Islam grew as a religion not by compassion and love for other people but by capturing their lands and subjecting their captives to two alternatives: pay a tax and live as a 2nd class citizen or die by the sword. Bismellah has been so indoctrinated with the abominable verses in the Qur’an that he really thinks Muslims are superior than the people he calls infidels.

What Bismellah lacks is a truthful understanding of the Qur’an and the knowledge that it is the source and root of discontent wherever Muslims migrate. To learn why he is a fool, taught to be a bigot and hate people with other religious beliefs than Islam, he needs to read Allah, We, Our and Us. It is a Free Read on IPC via: ... /index.htm

To help Bismellah “see” that there is hope for Muslims to change the beliefs of a repressive and archaic religion based upon hate, bigotry and violence, he would be wise to read about the campaign to EXPOSE the abominable verses in the Qur’an. In fact, all Muslims that want to live peacefully with people in any country will benefit by learning WHY and HOW the Qur’an can be revised by reading the article, Stop Islamic Terrorism by EXPOSEING the QURAN. It is provided via the IPC link:

Does Bismellah have the intelligence to learn from a factual assessment of the Qur’an or will he remain a fool to believe Muslims have been improved to be outstanding human beings with the religion of Islam and Iran is the most advanced country on earth?

History reveals that Muslims are the most uneducated and poorest group of people on the earth. Is this the legacy of Iran and their misguided religion, Islam?

Another thought for Bismellah, are Muslims so brainwashed by Islamic indoctrination that they do not realize they could benefit from the technology and advances of the Israeli people? Can it be that Islamic religious leaders and scholars are so blinded by the hate and bigotry ingrained into their minds that they are unable to “see” how they could benefit by living and learning peacefully with Jews? Does Bismellah have an intelligent answer that addresses how Muslims can live peacefully with people?
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