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B.J. Titty-Banger wrote:

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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.



Oh wow. Thats...quite a swing.

What does the red territory represent?

Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi ( the president that recently resigned ) loyalists.

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02-19-2015 10:35 AM
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Louay wrote:

B.J. Titty-Banger wrote:

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?

Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi ( the president that recently resigned ) loyalists.



Shit. So Al Qaeda is basically getting its ass kicked everywhere then.

Thats...what...Somalia as the one remaining country where they’re still at the top of the jihadist food chain?


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Now heres an interesting question:

Is Al Qaeda losing steam because ISIS is soaking up all their recruits, or is ISIS soaking up all of their recruits because Al Qaeda is losing steam.


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B.J. Titty-Banger wrote: Now heres an interesting question:

Is Al Qaeda losing steam because ISIS is soaking up all their recruits, or is ISIS soaking up all of their recruits because Al Qaeda is losing steam.

y naut both?


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B.J. Titty-Banger wrote:

Louay wrote:

B.J. Titty-Banger wrote:

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?

Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi ( the president that recently resigned ) loyalists.



Shit. So Al Qaeda is basically getting its ass kicked everywhere then.

Thats...what...Somalia as the one remaining country where they’re still at the top of the jihadist food chain?


it’s not looking good for them either

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B.J. Titty-Banger wrote: Now heres an interesting question:

Is Al Qaeda losing steam because ISIS is soaking up all their recruits, or is ISIS soaking up all of their recruits because Al Qaeda is losing steam.

Pretty much the same. It’s not even that important since ISIS supports Al Qaeda, and actually the execution of the 22 Coptic Egyptians was to avenge the death of Osama Bin-Ladin.

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Louay wrote:

B.J. Titty-Banger wrote: Now heres an interesting question:

Is Al Qaeda losing steam because ISIS is soaking up all their recruits, or is ISIS soaking up all of their recruits because Al Qaeda is losing steam.

Pretty much the same. It’s not even that important since ISIS supports Al Qaeda, and actually the execution of the 22 Coptic Egyptians was to avenge the death of Osama Bin-Ladin.



Al Qaeda recently released a statement that ISIS is not a “real caliphate."

They are insanely jealous at the success ISIS has had in capturing the world’s attention and at their surging popularity among young jihadist.


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Honestly, at this point it would be better to put the two mutts known as ISIS and Al Qaeda in a cage together and let them fight it out and the rest of us can come mop up the victor.

Or just give those poor ISIS folks better jobs! That will fix everything. Or so CNN says...

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B.J. Titty-Banger wrote: Now heres an interesting question:

Is Al Qaeda losing steam because ISIS is soaking up all their recruits, or is ISIS soaking up all of their recruits because Al Qaeda is losing steam.

I’d like to point out that Al Qaeda’s current leader has a major lack of Charisma. Plus he refuses to aid ISIS or even really affiliate much with them. And being as ISIS is forming the caliphate (or is trying to/claimed to have already done so) that makes Al Qaeda look bad in their circles.


Plus a lot of Al Qaeda members are joining ISIS for these reasons...


so basically both in a way.


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ISIS is a bunch of cave terrorist who tries to gain wealth and I guess a better life by ending others. I think they’re selfish and all the past pacifist protesters would shame them. Not they would care much.


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It’s been like what 2 decades? And the message has yet to but received. Get the hell off their land and stay out of their business. I’m pretty sure the majority of this stuff started with us starting several pointless wars and killing millions of their people, I’ve yet to comprehend why we can’t leave them be and move on with our lives


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Blur wrote: ISIS is a bunch of cave terrorist who tries to gain wealth and I guess a better life by ending others. I think they’re selfish and all the past pacifist protesters would shame them. Not they would care much.




yes they are, but everyone is a terrorist , even ur country leaders are selfish r



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AlwaysOriginal12 wrote: It’s been like what 2 decades? And the message has yet to but received. Get the hell off their land and stay out of their business. I’m pretty sure the majority of this stuff started with us starting several pointless wars and killing millions of their people, I’ve yet to comprehend why we can’t leave them be and move on with our lives

because america started the sect wars between the Shiites and the Sunni religious sects....


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I really don’t know what to think of ISIS.

I have a sneaking suspicion that they’re a proxy group being used by the US, Britain and Israel. Or some combination of the three.

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Rich-616 wrote: I really don’t know what to think of ISIS.

I have a sneaking suspicion that they’re a proxy group being used by the US, Britain and Israel. Or some combination of the three.

.... you are joking right?


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No I’m not joking Peth. When do I ever joke about these things?

Please don’t tell me you’re drinking Shob’s Kool-Aid.

Edited 03-27-2015 12:35 AM by Rich-616
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Rich-616 wrote: No I’m not joking Peth. When do I ever joke about these things?

Please don’t tell me you’re drinking Shob’s Kool-Aid.

Let me guess, you also think Israel is part of some scheme to make themselves a world superpower or control the world from the shadows.


it’s not “drinking the kool aid” to not be a conspiracy theorist. ISIS has nothing that benefits the US or Israel. in fact both have only things to lose by it’s existence.


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Not saying there’s anything like that going on behind the scene but how does ISIS making rest of the world dislike and fear Muslims not benefit Israel?

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Nothing except an enemy in the region that gives the green light for continued military presence and influence by the US because of increased hostility and an enemy for Israel to say “hey look there’s more terrorists who hate us!"

You think Israel isn’t a superpower? They have incredible influence over a superpower, which is all-but the same thing. Hell, even two of Israel’s prime ministers have bluntly said that the state controls America. And to be frank, it takes a whole lot of purposeful ignorance not to be even somewhat aware of this.

But yeah, let’s not ignore all the clear evidence pointing towards ISIS either being a total conspiracy or at least being a group being used as a proxy, similar to how we, the US, funded a well-known group in the past. Gotta look at Britain as well.

Edited 03-27-2015 01:15 AM by Rich-616

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