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    Re: Hezbollah strikes Nusra Front positions near Syria border, Iran says

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    No I am not, most of Lebanon should be fine. There isn't an urge for interference in Lebanon's affairs on a large scale. Lebanon is basically Lebanese population with minority sectarian people who cause clashes in neighborhoods here and there. Then Palestinian refugee camps which are all under control of Fatah/Hamas and won't see any civil turmoil. Then some Syrian refugee camps, most just want to breathe some air although some rebel fighters amongst them.

    I am currently following Iraq/Syria/Palestine. Palestine has many small scale incidents on a daily basis which go unreported. Once the PA starts making a real push for a two state solution, Israel/US may get upset and prevent them from collecting taxes/getting funds meaning their security employees will not find any paychecks for a while and it would mean the end of PA and maybe an uprising.
    I have a big fear this whole region is heading towards a huge sectarian war: look at Syria, Iraq; there is sectarian conflicts in places like Lebanon and Bahrain as well. I just fear for the whole region, it is getting out of control, and bad for the Muslim world.
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    Re: Hezbollah strikes Nusra Front positions near Syria border, Iran says

    Quote Originally Posted by alihamza View Post
    I have a big fear this whole region is heading towards a huge sectarian war: look at Syria, Iraq; there is sectarian conflicts in places like Lebanon and Bahrain as well. I just fear for the whole region, it is getting out of control, and bad for the Muslim world.
    There is one already. Most people don't notice that it is thanks to Western imposed status quo plus Arab dictatorships in the region which have made so many people hopeless that it has lead them to desperation. This was actually prophecized by our Prophet that the whole region will get out of control and that is when we expect Mahdi to arrive then an even bigger war will occur. I think we should adapt our selves to the idea of more, much more chaos and just put hope in God. Most people in that area of the region that is devastated no longer care about dying so this sense of desperation along with religious cause can change the whole region.

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    Re: Fighting erupts between Lebanon army, militants

    Lets hope for some stability in this region.

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    Re: Fighting erupts between Lebanon army, militants

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    Lets hope for some stability in this region.
    Not going to happen unless US/West stop unconditional support to Israel and end the occupation and give the Palestinians their state. But, the neocons in the West keep insisting on the occupation.

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    Re: Fighting erupts between Lebanon army, militants

    I believe that instability is created to keep Israel strong and Arabs weak imo

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    In Lebanon, Syria refugees face growing discrimination

    BEIRUT: Insults, attacks and curfews have become commonplace experiences for some Syrian war refugees in Lebanon, with rights watchdogs saying the community faces growing discrimination.

    In many parts of the country, it is no longer unusual to see posters prohibiting “foreigners” — understood to mean Syrians — from being outside after 8:00 pm.

    And both Lebanese and Syrians, report witnessing harsh treatment of Syrians or even attacks against them, including by municipal guards who at times enforce the curfews.

    Human Rights Watch, a New-York based group, has identified at least 45 municipalities in the country that have imposed curfews on Syrian refugees.

    In a new report on Friday it called for an end to practices “that feed into a climate of discrimination against and stereotyping of Syrians in Lebanon. Even before the flood of war refugees, Syrian workers in Lebanon were often treated with a mixture of condescension or mistrust, in part a legacy of resentment over Syria's 30-year military presence in Lebanon. “

    But the situation has deteriorated since the beginning of the conflict in 2011, with more than a million refugees flooding into Lebanon, which is profoundly divided between those who back President Bashar al-Assad and those who support the uprising against him.

    The influx has placed new pressure on already scarce resources, and created resentment against Syrians in some places.

    Some Lebanese justify the measures taken against Syrians, accusing refugees of crime, and urging them to “go home”.

    'Teach them a lesson'
    “There must be limits for Syrians,” one local official in the Mount Lebanon region said on condition of anonymity.

    “They take jobs from the Lebanese. It's not that bad if we teach them a lesson now and again,” he said.

    Online, such sentiments are expressed even more freely, with one Facebook user insisting “We must chase every suspect Syrian out of the country. “And public figures have even claimed Syrians are creating traffic jams in Lebanon, despite the fact that the country's highways were snarled with cars for years before the Syrian war began.

    But many Lebanese are appalled by such comments.

    Lara, a 25-year-old civil servant, told AFP she was “shocked” to see police beating a Syrian man and asking why he was out at 9:00 pm in the town of Jounieh.

    She intervened and shouted at the police and “they stopped beating him and ordered him to go home. “She is angered by hearing fellow Lebanese justify such incidents, or tell her they can recognise a Syrian by the way they dress, implying their clothes are cheap and tattered.

    “It's the height of racism,” she said.

    Richard Choueifati, an entrepreneur, described how a Syrian man working for him was stopped by police as he tried to move in a house in northern Lebanon.

    The police opened his suitcases, threw his belongings into the streets, then told him to pick them up and go back home. “The next day I drove him in my own car so he could move his things,” the 42-year-old said.

    Solidarity with Syrian refugees
    Activists point out that despite fears of a rising trend of discrimination, Lebanon has accepted an astonishing influx of refugees with relatively few incidents of violence.

    The tiny country is currently hosting more than 1.1 million refugees, a figure equal to over a quarter of the country’s’ population.

    And many Lebanese have been eager to show they will continue to welcome Syrians.

    Online, a Facebook page features pictures of supporters carrying signs reading “No to racism, no to hate, stop the curfews,” or “Please excuse the racists among us”.

    And a sign hung from a bridge in Beirut reads “My Syrian brother, you are welcome in Lebanon”.

    According to Human Rights Watch, the imposition of curfews multiplied after Lebanese troops battled jihadists from Syria in the eastern Lebanese town of Arsal in August.

    The clashes ended with some 30 security forces soldiers taken hostage, three of whom have since been executed.

    But Nadim Houry, the group's deputy Middle East director, said “authorities have presented no evidence that curfews for Syrian refugees are necessary for public order or security in Lebanon. These curfews are just contributing to an increasingly hostile environment for Syrian refugees in the country.“
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    Re: Fighting erupts between Lebanon army, militants

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    Hezbollah repel al-Nusra attack on Lebanon-Syria border




    There have been fierce clashes in eastern Lebanon between Sunni militants and Lebanese Shia group Hezbollah.

    The Sunni militants are believed to be from al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate, the al-Nusra Front.

    Hezbollah officials have said at least two of its fighters, and at least 16 Nusra fighters, were killed.

    The clashes erupted after gunmen attacked Hezbollah bases over a wide area from south of the town of Baalbek, north to near the border town of Arsal.

    Lebanon's official National News Agency also reported the clashes, saying they began after an attack launched by gunmen from Asaal al-Ward in Syria's Qalamoun province.

    Hezbollah's al-Manar television reported late on Sunday that the group had pushed the insurgents back over the border and the clashes had ended.

    Lebanon's border with Syria is porous and largely unpatrolled.

    Hezbollah maintains several military posts along inaccessible parts of the border but rarely gives details on clashes with other fighters.





    The clashes come two months after al-Nusra and IS militants attacked Lebanese security forces in the border town of Arsal, capturing several personnel as hostages. They have since executed at least three of them.

    Hezbollah fighters have previously fought alongside government troops in Syria, against rebels supported by many Syrian Sunnis.

    The conflict in Syria has exacerbated existing tensions in Lebanon, and made Hezbollah and areas which support it targets for Sunni militant bomb attacks.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-29498972
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    Fierce fighting kills 17 in east Lebanon

    BAALBEK, Lebanon: At least 14Syrian-based militants and three Hezbollah fighters were killed in fierce fighting in a border area in east Lebanon Sunday after jihadists attacked positions of the Lebanese group in the area, security sources said.

    Militant groups attacked Sunday two Hezbollah posts on the Syrian side of the border near the eastern Lebanon villages of Brital and Nahleh, killing three of its members and wounding a number of others, the sources told The Daily Star.

    The sources said members of ISIS and the Nusra Front carried out the attacks, leading to clashes between the jihadists and Hezbollah. Fourteen militants were killed in the clashes, the sources said, and several others wounded.

    Hezbollah captured five militants, the sources said.

    A source from Hezbollah explained to The Daily Star that militants had attacked two Hezbollah posts inside Syria's Qalamoun region, one near the area of Nahleh and the other near the outskirts of the town of Brital. The militants briefly took over the post near Brital but the party swiftly regained control of the site.

    "All the fighting is taking place inside Syrian territories as militants are seeking to gain a foothold in Qalamoun, where their presence is weak," the source said. "They have been launching intermittent attacks every now and then."

    The source added that the fighting has significantly died down. Hezbollah had pounded militants' positions in the hillsides of Brital.

    The sources said Hezbollah was working on attacking the militants positioned in the hillsides overlooking Brital in a bid to oust them from the area.

    "The party appears to be preparing to target their hideouts in the hillsides overlooking Brital so as to free the area of the militants," one source said.

    Some reports spoke about an attempt by militants to take over the majority Shiite Baalbek district town, prompting hundreds of men from Brital and neighboring villages to take up arms to defend the area.

    The Army and Hezbollah stopped local citizens, who deployed across the town shortly after the attack to prevent militants from advancing on the town, from entering the battle, the source said.

    But a source close to the party said that Hezbollah fighters and Syrian Army troops were battling rebels in the border area of Rankous in Qalamoun for several days now.

    The source insisted that Hezbollah maintains full control of the area.

    Thousands of Hezbollah troops are fighting in Syria alongside government troops in the country's three and a half year long war.

    Hezbollah's intervention in the neighboring conflict triggered a series of attacks on Lebanon by Syrian rebels and jihadist groups beginning in early 2013.

    Brital was among several border region towns targeted by a barrage of rockets fired from Syria as a consequence to Hezbollah's Syria intervention.

    http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Leb...#axzz3FHjbYSM0

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    According to early reports an armed ISIS group entered into the Lebanese territories and took position in a Hizbollah area which was a trap set by Hizbollah and that resulted in 50 terrorist deaths alone.

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    Damn, now Hezbollah is saying 14 of its members were killed. Oh my God, thanks to this Syrian conflict look what's going to happen. Looks like Sunni's are going to take over Syria/Iraq. I wonder if Shia still take pride in backing Assad/Rapist Shabehah that raped tens of thousands of Sunni women and murdered them.

    Honestly by observation it seems like your days are numbered, they are much more determined than you. Shia will have few options, either become sunni, get killed or flee to Iran.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel View Post
    According to early reports an armed ISIS group entered into the Lebanese territories and took position in a Hizbollah area which was a trap set by Hizbollah and that resulted in 50 terrorist deaths alone.
    Not true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon29 View Post
    Damn, now Hezbollah is saying 14 of its members were killed. Oh my God, thanks to this Syrian conflict look what's going to happen. Looks like Sunni's are going to take over Syria/Iraq. I wonder if Shia still take pride in backing Assad/Rapist Shabehah that raped tens of thousands of Sunni women and murdered them.

    Honestly by observation it seems like your days are numbered, they are much more determined than you. Shia will have few options, either become sunni, get killed or flee to Iran.
    It was the foreign sectarian militants in Syria that started all this, it was only after that that Hezbollah got involved. I don't understand, the world was condemning Hezbollah for their involvement in Syria, when Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations were openly funding foreign Arab militants to go to Syria to topple the Assad regime.

    And these foreign militants are doing the same in Lebanon right now, as well as in other Arab nations.

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    Re: Fierce fighting kills 17 in east Lebanon

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    It was the foreign sectarian militants in Syria that started all this, it was only after that that Hezbollah got involved. I don't understand, the world was condemning Hezbollah for their involvement in Syria, when Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations were openly funding foreign Arab militants to go to Syria to topple the Assad regime.

    And these foreign militants are doing the same in Lebanon right now, as well as in other Arab nations.
    Kindly disagree with you, no foreign militants showed up for a whole year after armed conflict began. The problem was the regime. It wasn't the first time they cracked down on demonstrators. They thought executing families of protestor/raping their daughters/sisters would shut them up. That didn't work, and Shia keep repeating the lie above, which is why I'm telling you people you're putting your selves in a lot of danger with this stupid mentality.

    Arab nations don't fund foreign militants, and I don't see a problem in them doing that because it is a proxy war. The whole world doesn't care of Hezbollah/Iraqi-Shia militias involvement in Syria. They only care about Sunni's and they're bombing them right now. Nusra Front, IS, Ahraar al Shaam, Jund Al Shaam were all bombed by the coalition. Yet you have audacity to claim Shia are envied by the West. While Syrian FM is welcoming Western cooperation and begging for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon29 View Post
    Kindly disagree with you, no foreign militants showed up for a whole year after armed conflict began.
    The problem was the regime. It wasn't the first time they cracked down on demonstrators. They thought executing families of protestor/raping their daughters/sisters would shut them up.
    At that point, it was part of the "Arab Spring" movement that the US funded and supported to bring regime change in the Middle East. The US played a pivotal part in these Arab Springs, starting from Tunisia and Egypt, to bring regime change all over the Arab world. It wasn't an armed conflict then, but it was always supported by the US, who didn't like Assad for various reasons; which had to do with a certain oil pipeline, and also Israel. In Libya, it was the same. When Gaddafi did not agree to come out of power, they started funding terrorists to topple the regime. Same in this case, Assad foiled the Western plot to topple his government; and the US, along with other Arab states started funding foreign militants to topple the Assad regime. Regime change was the whole reason for the Syrian conflict, and Syria was an extension of the Arab Spring.

    That didn't work, and Shia keep repeating the lie above, which is why I'm telling you people you're putting your selves in a lot of danger with this stupid mentality.
    It wasn't a sectarian war then, it only became a sectarian war after the Arab states started funding Takfiri militants from other Arab countries, encouraging them to go to Syria and topple the Assad regime. After that, Hezbollah got involved.

    Arab nations don't fund foreign militants, and I don't see a problem in them doing that because it is a proxy war.
    There is documented proof that Arab nations funded and armed terrorists from other Arab countries, and encouraged them to topple the Assad regime. If this was a clear sectarian war, as you make it out to be, takfiri militants in Syria and Iraq wouldn't be fighting with, and killing other Sunnis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashifraza View Post
    At that point, it was part of the "Arab Spring" movement that the US funded and supported to bring regime change in the Middle East. The US played a pivotal part in these Arab Springs, starting from Tunisia and Egypt, to bring regime change all over the Arab world. It wasn't an armed conflict then, but it was always supported by the US, who didn't like Assad for various reasons; which had to do with a certain oil pipeline, and also Israel. In Libya, it was the same. When Gaddafi did not agree to come out of power, they started funding terrorists to topple the regime. Same in this case, Assad foiled the Western plot to topple his government; and the US, along with other Arab states started funding foreign militants to topple the Assad regime. Regime change was the whole reason for the Syrian conflict, and Syria was an extension of the Arab Spring.
    Bullshit rhetoric doesn't mean anything. As soon as MB won in Egypt they did everything in their hands to throw them out of power. Same they are doing in Libya now, same they tried in Tunisia. Arab 'spring' had implications, doesn't mean they were initiated by the West.

    It wasn't a sectarian war then, it only became a sectarian war after the Arab states started funding Takfiri militants from other Arab countries, encouraging them to go to Syria and topple the Assad regime. After that, Hezbollah got involved.
    Nope, it became a sectarian war when Shia decides to rape Sunni Syria women and murder them and throw them in the middle of the street while begin armed offensives/interference all over the Arab world for sole purpose of Shia expansion supported by Iran. It had nothing to do with fighting for rights, democracy, it is about Persian glory. Hezbollah got involved because Assad was losing to the FSA.
    There is documented proof that Arab nations funded and armed terrorists from other Arab countries, and encouraged them to topple the Assad regime. If this was a clear sectarian war, as you make it out to be, takfiri militants in Syria and Iraq wouldn't be fighting with, and killing other Sunnis.
    You're starting to act like a Jew now, and one thing I don't like is a dirty Jew. Everyone that opposes Assad/Iran ethnic separatism is a 'terrorist'. Keep up this mentality because it's working so well, you're declaring war on Sunni's. And it won't end well for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon29 View Post
    Bullshit rhetoric doesn't mean anything. As soon as MB won in Egypt they did everything in their hands to throw them out of power.
    The Obama regime supported the Muslim Brotherhood at the time. But Saudi Arabia didn't like the Muslim Brotherhood in power.

    Same they are doing in Libya now, same they tried in Tunisia. Arab 'spring' had implications, doesn't mean they were initiated by the West.
    They were initiated by the US State Department (look up who "Jared Cohen" was, and how he engineered the entire Arab Spring), and there is proof of that everywhere, if you don't want to remain in denial:

    http://www.opednews.com/articles/Smo...110910-52.html

    Nope, it became a sectarian war when Shia decides to rape Sunni Syria women and murder them and throw them in the middle of the street while begin armed offensives/interference all over the Arab world for sole purpose of Shia expansion supported by Iran. It had nothing to do with fighting for rights, democracy, it is about Persian glory. Hezbollah got involved because Assad was losing to the FSA.
    Again, you are wrong, the foreign takfiri militants came into Syria first which started the sectarian war; and then Hezbollah came into the picture. Before that, it was not a sectarian war, it was a Western engineered "Arab Spring" in Syria to topple the Assad regime, that worked in Egypt, Tunisia.

    Stop making up things about rapes and other things. Hezbollah got involved because the war had become sectarian when foreign takfiri militants (including the FSA) were brought into Syria supported by the West and the Arab nations when they became unsuccessful at the engineered "Arab Spring" to topple the Assad regime. And the chemical weapons used by the takfiri militants, even though they blamed Assad for it initially, and that has been accepted by the world as well (that the takfiri militants used these chemical weapons).

    You're starting to act like a Jew now, and one thing I don't like is a dirty Jew. Everyone that opposes Assad/Iran ethnic separatism is a 'terrorist'. Keep up this mentality because it's working so well, you're declaring war on Sunni's. And it won't end well for you.
    You're the one that's deluded. Takfiri militants are killing other Sunnis and other people, yet, you seem to be on the side of the terrorists. What a pity you are brainwashed by Takfiri propaganda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kashifraza View Post
    The Obama regime supported the Muslim Brotherhood at the time. But Saudi Arabia didn't like the Muslim Brotherhood in power.
    Obama doesn't decide anything, in public, especially being the superpower of the world you have to be politically correct. The Muslim Brotherhood was democratically elected. After that, all Arab nations besides Qatar suspended gas shipments to Egypt. The Egyptian military was planning the coup with US support. US ties to Egyptian military top brass are an acknowledged reality. The coup couldn't have happened without prior planning. Now the Muslim Brotherhood is set back 50 years. The last thing Israel/West want is a strong Egypt that the MB controls. The man in power now is the best thing the West could have. Israel cooperates highly with him, so do Arab nations. Even Iran is upset with him in power, lol.
    Again, you are wrong, the foreign takfiri militants came into Syria first which started the sectarian war; and then Hezbollah came into the picture. Before that, it was not a sectarian war, it was a Western engineered "Arab Spring" in Syria to topple the Assad regime, that worked in Egypt, Tunisia.
    Stop using the term 'takfiri' or I will use the term 'rafidi'. There was an ethnic war the whole time between Iran/Arab states. And you Shia keep associating yourselves with Iranian propaganda/Assad mass murderer. This is why you get your selves in trouble. Assad was cracking down on civilians long before FSA was even formed. Let alone other rebel factions, majority of which aren't foreign. Tunisia and Egypt? LOL, you really think they wanted Mubarak out of power? Or a Tunisia with MB elected? They only tolerate it in Tunisia because it is a small insignificant state.

    Stop making up things about rapes and other things.
    Are you denying rapes and crimes occurred? And you want me to take you seriously? A Pakistani idiot who's loyal to Iran wants to tell me what happens in Syria? Like I said, keep this behavior up you rafidi and it will end your existence.
    Hezbollah got involved because the war had become sectarian when foreign takfiri militants (including the FSA) were brought into Syria supported by the West and the Arab nations when they became unsuccessful at the engineered "Arab Spring" to topple the Assad regime. And the chemical weapons used by the takfiri militants, even though they blamed Assad for it initially, and that has been accepted by the world as well (that the takfiri militants used these chemical weapons).
    Foaming out of the mouth, it's a shame you're an Iranian propagndist and it seems as if you Shia haven't gotten the message. You're all out denying established facts with visual evidence. No wonder every Muslim ruler had no tolerance for you. You're the number one threat to Muslims.
    You're the one that's deluded. Takfiri militants are killing other Sunnis and other people, yet, you seem to be on the side of the terrorists. What a pity you are brainwashed by Takfiri propaganda.
    Shut your mouth idiot, IS is one portion fighting Assad. Most rebels are only targeting regime forces.

    Your propaganda makes this forum so low quality. It's amazing that you can just blah blah blah your mouth off with no factual discussion.

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    Nusayri Shabiha Filth mass murdering family after storming their home:

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    Syrian girl raped and murdered thrown in street as bait:

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    Nusaryi filth kidnapping women to rape:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon29 View Post
    Obama doesn't decide anything, in public, especially being the superpower of the world you have to be politically correct. The Muslim Brotherhood was democratically elected. After that, all Arab nations besides Qatar suspended gas shipments to Egypt. The Egyptian military was planning the coup with US support. US ties to Egyptian military top brass are an acknowledged reality. The coup couldn't have happened without prior planning. Now the Muslim Brotherhood is set back 50 years. The last thing Israel/West want is a strong Egypt that the MB controls. The man in power now is the best thing the West could have. Israel cooperates highly with him, so do Arab nations. Even Iran is upset with him in power, lol.
    Enjoy, US sources:

    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/...m-brotherhood/

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013...ritual-leader/[/QUOTE]

    There was an ethnic war the whole time between Iran/Arab states.
    No it wasn't, it was the West engineered Arab Spring. I have provided you the link in my last post that the Arab Spring was engineering by the West for regime change.

    Assad was cracking down on civilians long before FSA was even formed.
    He was cracking down on the regime change as part of the Arab Spring inspired by the West, just like the Kingdom of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia cracked down on regime change in Bahrain. Except that you didn't see sectarian militants funded in Bahrain by Iran like they have been funded in Syria by Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries.

    Tunisia and Egypt? LOL, you really think they wanted Mubarak out of power? Or a Tunisia with MB elected? They only tolerate it in Tunisia because it is a small insignificant state.
    I have already provided you links above from US sources that the Obama government supported the Muslim Brotherhood in toppling the Mubarak regime.

    Are you denying rapes and crimes occurred? And you want me to take you seriously?
    It was ISIS and other sectarian militants that committed the rapes and other atrocities:

    http://www.pakistanaffairs.pk/thread...-for-sex-jihad

    Foaming out of the mouth, it's a shame you're an Iranian propagndist and it seems as if you Shia haven't gotten the message. You're all out denying established facts with visual evidence. No wonder every Muslim ruler had no tolerance for you. You're the number one threat to Muslims.


    Shut your mouth idiot, IS is one portion fighting Assad. Most rebels are only targeting regime forces.

    Your propaganda makes this forum so low quality. It's amazing that you can just blah blah blah your mouth off with no factual discussion.
    It would be a good thing if you could lay off the personal attacks and name calling, and just concentrate on the discussion. Thanks brother
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    [MENTION=8610]Falcon29[/MENTION]:

    You know that the videos you are posting are from sectarian, terrorist groups, right? You are believing in their propaganda videos? These are the people that have killed Sunnis as well, blown up the shrines of Hazrat Yunus (AS), and threatened to destroy the Kaba?
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