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[Reply] #21
02-19-2015 06:07 AM
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I still don’t see how 9/11 justified the massacre of 200,000 Iraqi civilians.


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ISIL. Obviously not everyone. What are we barbarians?


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02-19-2015 06:09 AM
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Well, that comes with the issue of how to do it though, doesn’t it? Like that has been the fundamental problem with this type of terrorist/guerrilla war. It’s hard to know who to hit, without hitting civilians and without creating more soldiers for their cause.


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02-19-2015 06:19 AM
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this is the weirdest thread

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Postgen wrote: BoT

Remember that last war on terror? How well it turned out?



There is now “last war on terror." That war never ended (as much as Obama wants to pretend that he ended it when he killed Bin Laden).

Al Qaeda and ISIS are two fronts in the same war.

And Al Qaeda isn’t done yet either. The government of Yemen has fallen, and Al Qaeda is basically running that whole country now (which no one is talking about with all the attention focused on ISIS, but at some point thats going to be an issue that we have to stop ignoring)


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Egypt is also now joining the War against ISIS, after ISIS released a video in which they executed 21 Egyptians in Libya. (ISIS has spread to Libya)


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B.J. Titty-Banger wrote:

Postgen wrote: BoT

Remember that last war on terror? How well it turned out?



There is now “last war on terror." That war never ended (as much as Obama wants to pretend that he ended it when he killed Bin Laden).

Al Qaeda and ISIS are two fronts in the same war.

And Al Qaeda isn’t done yet either. The government of Yemen has fallen, and Al Qaeda is basically running that whole country now (which no one is talking about with all the attention focused on ISIS, but at some point thats going to be an issue that we have to stop ignoring)

I agree with all what you said, though there is something I’d like to point out, the ones who took over Yemen ( Al Houthis ) are not related to Al-Qaeda, in fact they’re enemies.

Edited 02-19-2015 09:22 AM by Louay
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UserUserUse wrote: isis isn’t a war... its karma... i love america.. but when you go ****ing with groups of ppl over hundreds of years its going to come back on you... yeah you can go bomb them... but if they are willing to die anyway... this is a war you cannot win... they will keep coming back.. because of the history of pain inflicted on different races of ppl. innocent ppl. will pay for other ppl. actions



You do know that most of ISIS’s victims muslim civilians, right?


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Louay wrote:

B.J. Titty-Banger wrote:

Postgen wrote: BoT

Remember that last war on terror? How well it turned out?



There is now “last war on terror." That war never ended (as much as Obama wants to pretend that he ended it when he killed Bin Laden).

Al Qaeda and ISIS are two fronts in the same war.

And Al Qaeda isn’t done yet either. The government of Yemen has fallen, and Al Qaeda is basically running that whole country now (which no one is talking about with all the attention focused on ISIS, but at some point thats going to be an issue that we have to stop ignoring)

I agree with all what you said, though there is something I’d like to point out, the ones who took over Yemen ( Al Houthis ) are not related to Al-Qaeda, in fact they’re enemies.



They aren’t Bin Laden’s Al Qaeda, but they are a faction born therefrom.

We are currently witnessing the 2nd Generation of Al Qaeda.

Al Qaeda in its 2nd gen form isn’t a unified network, so much as a series of rival jihadist groups competing with each other for territory and funds and publicity.

Al Qaeda in Yemen is an enemy to competing off-shoots of Al Qaeda. But its still Al Qaeda.


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B.J. Titty-Banger wrote: Egypt is also now joining the War against ISIS, after ISIS released a video in which they executed 21 Egyptians in Libya. (ISIS has spread to Libya)

They were all Christians too, and 10 more Egyptian civilians were reported to be kidnapped just recently in Libya, ISIS is intentionally trying to get the world’s attention to Libya.

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B.J. Titty-Banger wrote:

Louay wrote:

B.J. Titty-Banger wrote:

Postgen wrote: BoT

Remember that last war on terror? How well it turned out?



There is now “last war on terror." That war never ended (as much as Obama wants to pretend that he ended it when he killed Bin Laden).

Al Qaeda and ISIS are two fronts in the same war.

And Al Qaeda isn’t done yet either. The government of Yemen has fallen, and Al Qaeda is basically running that whole country now (which no one is talking about with all the attention focused on ISIS, but at some point thats going to be an issue that we have to stop ignoring)

I agree with all what you said, though there is something I’d like to point out, the ones who took over Yemen ( Al Houthis ) are not related to Al-Qaeda, in fact they’re enemies.



They aren’t Bin Laden’s Al Qaeda, but they are a faction born therefrom.

We are currently witnessing the 2nd Generation of Al Qaeda.

Al Qaeda in its 2nd gen form isn’t a unified network, so much as a series of rival jihadist groups competing with each other for territory and funds and publicity.

Al Qaeda in Yemen is an enemy to competing off-shoots of Al Qaeda. But its still Al Qaeda.

Houthis and Yemen’s Al Qaeda are totally different factions, Houthis are Shia Muslims, enemies of Al Qaeda.
Al Houthis were on war with Al Qaeda for quite some time over the control of some areas in Yemen. The ones in control of the country are Al Houthis not Al Qaeda.

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Just saw what you posted about the Houthis.

Thats ANOTHER faction complicating the mess in Yemen. They compete with Al Qaeda in Yemen as a radical shiite alternative to Al Qaeda’s radical Sunnism. And yes...those 2 factions hate each other (as radical shiites and radical sunnis are inclined to do).

The writing is on the wall that Yemen is going to have to be the next big front in the War on Terrorism, and its going to take a harder man than Obama to touch it with anything other than drone strikes.

That’ll be the next presidents job.


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Yemen, according to American Intel:



Al Qaeda controls the Red.

The Houthi control the Blue.


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Just noticed this but why is this thread full of alts?

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Louay wrote: Just noticed this but why is this thread full of alts?



Well...either the senior members are trying to get new accounts up to 1,000 posts so they can hand out more reps, or someone with split personality disorder enjoys arguing with himself.


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B.J. Titty-Banger wrote: Yemen, according to American Intel:



Al Qaeda controls the Red.

The Houthi control the Blue.

That’s in 2012
This is the latest

the grey area is the Al Qaeda controls.

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Just be watching RT spamming news on ISIS bitch please ISIS won’t attack the one that Created Him.
But even Loyal dogs, attack the master Hand.


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02-19-2015 10:04 AM
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B.J. Titty-Banger wrote: Yemen, according to American Intel:

[img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2b/Yemen_division_%28ar%29_2012-3-11.JPG[/img]

Al Qaeda controls the Red.

The Houthi control the Blue.

i didn’t know you can read arabic

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Lol Obama

“Governments that deny human rights play into the hands of extremists who claim that violence is the only way to achieve change. Efforts to counter violent extremism will only succeed if citizens can address legitimate grievances through the democratic process and express themselves through strong civil societies. "

yes we must address ISIS’s “legitimate grievances”


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Louay wrote:

B.J. Titty-Banger wrote: Yemen, according to American Intel:



Al Qaeda controls the Red.

The Houthi control the Blue.

That’s in 2012
This is the latest

the grey area is the Al Qaeda controls.



Oh wow. Thats...quite a swing.

What does the red territory represent?


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