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    Quote Originally Posted by tankie View Post
    Awww crap , im not am I , lol
    Actually the xxxphobe is used incorrectly. We don't fear them. We just don't want them here. That's not a phobia.

    If one were an "islamaphobe," one would be paralyzed in fear at the sight of a muslim. Clearly we are not. We're just...annoyed and repulsed.
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    Repulsed , yes , but not by the everyday run o the mill law abiding ones . Of which I am friends with quite a few who are as peed off as everyone else in whats going on in their name . The islamist numfucks who ruin it for all. The smiling refugee assassins , wolf in sheeps etc etc .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mihais View Post
    Kurdish women are notorious as fighters in the Kurd militias.There are whole companies of women.

    But they aren't Arab ,they're Indo European.And the Snackbars are remarcable by absence.The Kurds also have Yazidi and Christian units.
    Basically the only decent folks in the game.
    I like the kurds. One was a professor of economics and my instructor in college.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tankie View Post
    Repulsed , yes , but not by the everyday run o the mill law abiding ones . Of which I am friends with quite a few who are as peed off as everyone else in whats going on in their name . The islamist numfucks who ruin it for all. The smiling refugee assassins , wolf in sheeps etc etc .
    The good muslim folks need to clean house. They can't rely on others to do this for them. Other people can't tell the difference between the good ones and the bad ones. Christianity went through a renaissance and a reformation in the 16th century to enter the modern era. Islam is stuck in the 8th century. Something horrible will happen if the good people don't stand up to the bad ones....
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    Here are some symbolical steps

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/...b002d5c0779b9e

    Although it is hilarious that they used the much abused method of fatwqa for this.

    Some muslims scholars in India have suggested opening a portal that describes the ills of ISIS. Young folks interested about ISIS should get some actual eye opening messages instead of what ISIS puts out. Seems like a good idea to me

    Also, Kurdish gals are hot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mihais View Post
    But they aren't Arab ,they're Indo European.
    If you're referring to the language, they're Indo-Iranian actually, just like the other 1.5 billion people speaking about any of the languages between the Shatt-al-Arab and the Ganges delta.

    As for the Yazidi units, they're under Kurdish command because no one wants them independent. Except for the German nationals that run those Yazidi units. You do know that Yazidi and Kurds did clash occasionally the past couple years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankie View Post
    "He had been convicted of being a member of a terrorist association and of being involved in a plot to murder the Iraqi prime minister,"
    ... over a decade ago, and no one could prove that plot. He was convicted for being an Ansar-al-Islam member, got 8 years for that, was released a couple years ago after serving his full sentence. South-German court that convicted him forced him to move back to North Germany. Guy was under house arrest and surveillance wearing an ankle monitor. Couldn't deport him to Iraq since they'd just have hanged him. Kurdish ethnicity btw.

    Nothing special. Police in Berlin kill one or two people that way every year. What was special about this one was that the three officers firing only hit him with one shot each. The fourth shot fired hit the female police officer, penetrating her vest and piercing one of her kidneys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnut View Post
    The good muslim folks need to clean house. They can't rely on others to do this for them. Other people can't tell the difference between the good ones and the bad ones. Christianity went through a renaissance and a reformation in the 16th century to enter the modern era. Islam is stuck in the 8th century. Something horrible will happen if the good people don't stand up to the bad ones....
    I have stated that before g/n their silence is deafening . They should sort it out for themselves .

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    Getting the non-combatants out of the way doesn't necessarily mean women and children.

    37% of Kurdish fighters are women. 40% of fresh recruits for the Shabiya are under 18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kato View Post
    Getting the non-combatants out of the way doesn't necessarily mean women and children.

    37% of Kurdish fighters are women. 40% of fresh recruits for the Shabiya are under 18.
    Kato I am amazed how calm and complacent you seem to be.
    Come to India, visit Hyderbad's old city, Shivajinagar in Bangalore, Jamia Mazjid in Delhi and finally go see the LOC and the Wagah border.
    You will realize what you are in store for.
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    And when you are at the Wagah border don't forget to check out the border closing ceremony. Lots of stamping of feet and shiuting. The military uniforms are way cool too. It's about a 45 minute hellish bus ride from Amritsar.

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    Seems like the German powers have seen the light as well , so much for the promise of 800.000 a year .








    Germany deeply regrets




    Germany is now about to introduce dramatic measures to stop the flow of asylum seeking migrants and refugees to the country.

    Immigrant contributions will be abolished in Germany. Asylum seekers will now get a return ticket and food for the day, instead of money and an apartment.

    The time when one could immigrate illegally to Germany and get residence and contributions by the German taxpayers will soon be history. With a new bill, the government wants to abolish immigrants' right to housing and money, and instead distribute vouchers for food - and a ticket to the EU's outer borders.

    It's the Washington Post who has read the bill, which has not yet been released by the German government.

    By withdrawing all contributions, Germany hopes that immigrants will stay in countries such as Greece, Hungary and Italy, instead of illegally seeking further to Northern Europe.

    The contributions and the possibility of tax-funded housing is namely the main difference between Germany and the EU countries that immigrants first arrive to, who are actually responsible for receiving the asylum seekers and giving them asylum according to the Dublin Agreement.

    That could mean far fewer people would win protection in Germany or elsewhere in Europe, since countries such as Hungary are generally declining to award refugee status.

    Besides abolished contributions, Germany will introduce a fast track processing of asylum cases and increase the number of deportations of immigrants who have been denied asylum.

    The promised changes will most likely greatly affect the flow of asylum seekers to Sweden, which may now explode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolo121 View Post
    Kato I am amazed how calm and complacent you seem to be.
    Come to India, visit Hyderbad's old city, Shivajinagar in Bangalore, Jamia Mazjid in Delhi and finally go see the LOC and the Wagah border.
    You will realize what you are in store for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bolo121 View Post
    You will realize what you are in store for.
    We did the whole religious confrontation thing 400 years ago. It killed off 30% of the population.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kato View Post
    We did the whole religious confrontation thing 400 years ago. It killed off 30% of the population.
    What was that? My history is poor... :/

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