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Zero4eva

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Re: Why I Think Islam Is An Evil Religion
« Reply #25 on: September 20, 2002, 01:39:23 PM »
Iran - 1980 - Americans aborted a rescue attempt to liberate 52 hostages seized in the Teheran embassy.
Libya - 1981 - American fighters shoot down two Libyan fighters.
El Salvador - 1981-92 - The CIA, troops, and advisers aid in El Salvador's war against the FMLN.
Nicaragua - 1981-90 - The CIA and NSC directed the Contra War against the Sandinistas.
Lebanon - 1982-84 - Marines occupied Beirut during Lebanon's civil war; 241 were killed in the American barracks and Reagan "redeployed" the troops to the
Mediterranean.
Honduras - 1983-89 - Troops sent in to build bases near the Honduran border.
Grenada - 1983-84 - American invasion overthrew the Maurice Bishop government.
Iran - 1984 - American fighters shot down two Iranian planes over the Persian Gulf.
Libya - 1986 - American fighters hit targets in and around the capital city of Tripoli.
Bolivia - 1986 - The Army assisted government troops on raids of cocaine areas.
Iran - 1987-88 - The United States intervened on the side of Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War.
Libya - 1989 - Navy shot down two more Libyan jets.
Virgin Islands - 1989 - Troops landed during unrest among Virgin Island peoples.
Philippines - 1989 - Air Force provided air cover for government during coup.
Panama - 1989-90 - 27,000 Americans landed in overthrow of President Noriega; over 2,000 Panama civilians were killed.
Liberia - 1990 - Troops entered Liberia to evacuate foreigners during civil war.
Saudi Arabia - 1990-91 - American troops sent to Saudi Arabia, which was a staging area in the war against Iraq.
Kuwait - 1991 - Troops sent into Kuwait to turn back Saddam Hussein.
Somalia - 1992-94 - Troops occupied Somalia during civil war.
Bosnia - 1993-95 - Air Force jets bombed "no-fly zone" during civil war in Yugoslavia.
Haiti - 1994-96 - American troops and Navy provided a blockade against Haiti's military government. The CIA restored Aristide to power.
Zaire - 1996-97 - Marines sent into Rwanda Hutus' refugee camps in the area where the Congo revolution began.
Albania - 1997 - Troops deployed during evacuation of foreigners.
Sudan - 1998 - American missiles destroyed a pharmaceutical complex where alleged nerve gas components were manufactured.
Afghanistan - 1998 - Missiles launched towards alleged Afghan terrorist training camps.
Yugoslavia - 1999 - Bombings and missile attacks carried out by the United States in conjunction with NATO in the 11 week war against Milosevic.
Iraq - 1998-2001 - Missiles launched into Baghdad and other large Iraq cities for four days. American jets enforced "no-fly zone" and continued to hit Iraqi targets since December 1998.
These **100** instances of American military intervention did not include times when the United States:
(1) deployed military police overseas;
(2) mobilized the National Guard;
(3) sent Navy ships off the coast of numerous
countries as a show of strength;
(4) sent additional troops to areas where Americans
were already stationed;
(5) carried out covert actions where American forces
were not under the direct rule of an American command;
(6) used small hostage rescue units;
(7) used American pilots to fly foreign planes;
(8) carried out military training and advisory
programs which did not involve direct combat.
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Zero4eva

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Re: Why I Think Islam Is An Evil Religion
« Reply #26 on: September 20, 2002, 01:40:09 PM »
U. S. Government Assassination Plots
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Following is a list of prominent foreign leaders whose assassination (or planning for same) the United States has been involved in since the end of Second World War. The list does not include several assassinations in various parts of the world carried out by anti-Castro Cubans employed by CIA and headquartered in the United States:

LIST A: NON MUSLIMS
1949 - Kim Koo, Korean opposition leader
1950's - CIA/Neo-Nazi hit list of numerous political figures in West Germany
1955 - Jose' Antonio Remon, President of Panama
1950's Chou En-lai, Prime Minister of China, several attempts on his life
1951 - Kim Il Sung, Premiere of North Korea
1950s (mid) - Claro M. Recto, Philippines opposition leader
1955 - Jawar Lal Nehru, Prime Minister of India
1959 and 1963 - Norodom Sihanouk, leader of Cambodia
1950s-70s - Jose Figueres, President of Costa Rica, two attempts on his life
1961 - Francois "Papa Doc"Duvalier, leader of Haiti
1961 - Patrice Lumumba , Prime Minister of Congo (Zaire)
1961 - Gen. Rafael Trujillo, leader of Dominican Republic
1963 - Ngo Dinh Diem, President of South Vietnam
1960s - Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, more than 15 attempts on his life
1960s - Raul Castro, high official in government of Cuba
1965 - Francisco Caamanao, Dominican Republic opposition leader
1965 - Pierre Ngendandumwe, Prime Minister of Burundi
1965-6 - Charles de Gaulle, President of France
1967 - Che Guevara, Cuban leader
1970 - Salvadore Allende, President of Chile
1970 - General Rene Schneider, Commander-in-Chief of Army, Chile
1970s and 1981 - Gen. Omar Torrijos, leader of Panama
1972 - General Manuel Noriega, Chief of Panama Intelligence
1975 - Mobutu Sese Seko, President of Zaire
1976 - Michael Manley, Prime Minister of Jamaica
1983 - Miguel d'Escoto, Foreign Minister of Nicaragua
1984 - The nine commandantes of the Sandanista National Directorate
1980's - Dr. Gerald Bull, Canadian Ballistics Scientist assassinated by Mossad in Belgium.
Partial List of Muslim Leaders Assassinated or
Attempted Assassinations
1950's Sukarno, President of Indonesia
1957 Gamal Abdul Nasser, President of Egypt
1960 Brigadier General, Abdul Karim Kassem, Leader of Iraq
1980-86 Muammar Qaddafi, Leader of Libya, several plots and attempts upon his life
1982 Ayatullah Khomeini, Leader of Iran
1983 General Ahmed Dlimi, Moroccan army Commander
1985 Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadllallah, Lebanese Shiite Leader (80 people killed in that attempt)
1991 Saddam Hussein, Leader of Iraq

Reference: Blum, William, "KILLING HOPE - U.S. Military and
CIA Interventions Since World War II," Appendix III
U.S. Government Assassination Plots, page 453,
Common Courage Press, Monroe, Maine 1995. ISBN 1-56751-052-3

Very likely Victims :
April 4, 1979 - Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Leader of Pakistan, for pursuing making of Nuclear Bomb.
August, 1988. General Ziaul Haq, Military Leader of Pakistan.
1995 - Murtaza Bhutto, Son of ZUlfiqar Ali Bhutto, Anti-American would-be Leader - Pakistan.
March 25, 1975 - King Faisal of Saudi Arabia through his Nephew, Saudi Arabia for imposing 1973 Oil Embargo.
August 24, 1999. Mullah Mohammad Omar, in Kandhar, Afghanistan.

List of Known Assassination Plots
1950's Sukarno, President of Indonesia
1957 Gamal Abdul Nasser, President
2001 Since early this year more than 40 Palestinian leaders assassinated through surrogate Israel.


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Re: Why I Think Islam Is An Evil Religion
« Reply #27 on: September 20, 2002, 01:48:14 PM »
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Another thing, it is pretty lame to use the Crusades an example of Christian intolerance. For God's sake, they were 1,000 years ago.....an entire millenium. Try to at least pick something a little more recent.


1000 years ago the Islamic world was more tolerant and open-minded than the US is today. The crusades caused a huge rift between Muslims and Christians.The aftermaths are what we're experiencin today.
As far as colonialism is concerned please read Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Dafoe. This book represents the ideological foundation of colonialism: white upper class man with Protestant background conquers the world and reigns over stupid black man. Furthermore, you might be interested in reading the writings of Edward Said and Derek Walcott and in Post Colonial Studies in general. Christianity has shaped the world we're livin in. Deal with it.
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Re: Why I Think Islam Is An Evil Religion
« Reply #28 on: September 20, 2002, 04:21:56 PM »
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wrong. IRA, ETA, Italian terrorist groups............



You know what, you guys are right...the IRA is indeed an example of a Christian terrorist group. But you know what else? You would have to be an absolute madman to think that the IRA somehow compares to all of the numerous Islamic terror groups spread throughout the world. It is just a small grain of salt compared to what Islam is doing. Most importantly, you do not see Christians attempting to rationalize or glorify any terrorist commited by the IRA the way you see Muslims rationalizing and glorifyng the things that Islamic terrorist groups do.
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Re: Why I Think Islam Is An Evil Religion
« Reply #29 on: September 20, 2002, 04:25:10 PM »
I guess you can consider my religion, Christianity, not peaceful because of the minority or brainwashed and confused who would blow up abortion clinics because they felt it was wrong.
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Re: Why I Think Islam Is An Evil Religion
« Reply #30 on: September 20, 2002, 04:25:23 PM »
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1000 years ago the Islamic world was more tolerant and open-minded than the US is today. The crusades caused a huge rift between Muslims and Christians.The aftermaths are what we're experiencin today.



You are an idiot. Do you really expect me to believe that the reason Islamic groups are terrorizing people all over the world is because of something that happened over one thousand years ago?

And how can anyone be more open and tolerant of religious groups than the US curently is?
 

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Re: Why I Think Islam Is An Evil Religion
« Reply #31 on: September 20, 2002, 04:27:31 PM »
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I guess you can consider my religion, Christianity, not peaceful because of the minority or brainwashed and confused who would blow up abortion clinics because they felt it was wrong.


Are there even alot of abortion clinic bombings? And d Christians go around trying to justify them the way Muslims justify terror?
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Re: Why I Think Islam Is An Evil Religion
« Reply #32 on: September 21, 2002, 02:17:02 AM »
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You are an idiot. Do you really expect me to believe that the reason Islamic groups are terrorizing people all over the world is because of something that happened over one thousand years ago?

And how can anyone be more open and tolerant of religious groups than
the US curently is?


I'm no idiot, I'm just studying history at university. Please spare me your insults and bring some knowledge to the table.  
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Re: Why I Think Islam Is An Evil Religion
« Reply #33 on: September 21, 2002, 02:17:28 AM »
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Are there even alot of abortion clinic bombings? And d Christians go around trying to justify them the way Muslims justify terror?


yes they do.
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« Reply #34 on: September 22, 2002, 07:24:11 AM »
i wouldnt go as far as saying islam is evil...but it doestn represent anything good either....they always tend to justify their violence with their religious beliefs....
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« Reply #35 on: September 22, 2002, 07:42:30 AM »
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Are there even alot of abortion clinic bombings? And d Christians go around trying to justify them the way Muslims justify terror?


I doubt most Muslims justify terror, but they weren't saddened over what went down. Just like most Christians didn't justify those bombings of abortion clinics, but they weren't exactly grieving over those clinics and the people inside.
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