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You're a terrorist
terrorist= "person/organisation who terrorises people"
you are terrorising people on this thread/ website
therefore you= terrorist.
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Looks like it's only hatred and not humour that they indoctrinate these days.
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(Original post by mizzy87)
I've just read all 98 pages

Can I join please?
Go here and apply. If nothing happens after a while PM the leader- JuicyFruit.

(Original post by JonathanH)
You probably can, all you need is a healthy hatred of Israel. Actually caring about "palestinians" or anything "palestinian" is strictly optional.
That's incredibly childish and unnecessary.

(Original post by terra_nova)
terrorist= "person/organisation who terrorises people"
you are terrorising people on this thread/ website
therefore you= terrorist.
:laugh:
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That's incredibly childish and unnecessary.
And yet so true.
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And yet so true.
The sad part is that I agree to an extent- some are very vocal when Israel kills Palestinians, but Hamas have the right to apparently.
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BOYCOTT PALESTINE - don't use towels or sand for a week
Apparently ethnic slurs are acceptable nowadays, but only when talking about Arabs. :rolleyes:
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Oh my god, can't a day go by without somone accusing me of anti-arabism?





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Oh my god, can't a day go by without somone accusing me of anti-arabism?





Well, you've lost the right to be critical of Hamas' anti-Semitism. Well done.
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I don't think that Arabs everywhere have nothing worth borrowing - hey, we all need oil. Just making the point that it's only worth boycotting something when there is something worth boycotting.
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(Original post by terra_nova)
terrorist= "person/organisation who terrorises people"
you are terrorising people on this thread/ website
therefore you= terrorist.
You're blatently a second account of someone. Who?
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What could stop the violence - actual concerted efforts by Arab neighbours to create an alliance that will hold, and not just some empty meeting in Saudi for PR sake.

What could realistically stop the violence - everyone involved having killed each other until there are no militants left.
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You have to love the fact that everything they whine that Israel does to them they seem to do to themselves even worse with much less care for collateral injury, death and destruction.
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You have to love the fact that everything they whine that Israel does to them they seem to do to themselves even worse with much less care for collateral injury, death and destruction.
They could just be ashamed (but I doubt it).
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nope, why would we be ashamed.......? when every family lost someone? when the whole world stands against you? when your brothers (egypt and jordan..etc ) stand against you in your cause? when people die day in and day out? do you even think or could you even think that More israelis suffer than palestinians? you must be crazy the death ratio is something like 1 israeli to 4 palestinians!!!!!

and how dare you accuse a whole nation of insensitivity?!? is israeli blood worth more to you and the world than Muslim blood? hell yea it is! and you know israel is nothing but a racist state! just plain terrorists everysingle one of them!

Palestinians are not just getting killed, they also starving! wages hardly get paid and people are jobless...how many Palestinians are in Israeli prisons! how could someone have a heart and kill someone like sheikh ahmed yassine (may God have mrcy on his soul) that guy isonly dead to you, but always alive in out hearts forever.

but you know what, we will always smile and you will always cry , thats a promise!
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(Original post by mizzy87)
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/mid...st/6748811.stm


Why can't they stop fighting? It's hindering the cause so much.

What are everyone's opinions on what will actually stop the in-fighting? Will Hamas ever realise the damage they are causing?
are you implying that its just hamas fighting, and not fatih? fatih is equally responsible for whats going on...Fatih cant stand the fact they lost in the elections....thats the root of all the problems i guess..
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but you know what, we will always smile and you will always cry , thats a promise!
So it is about pushing Israel into the sea then?

Incidentally, while we're talking racist states and the plight of the Palestinians:

Palestinians in Lebanon | A history of the hapless
Palestinians in Lebanon
A history of the hapless

May 31st 2007 | TRIPOLI
From The Economist print edition
Long the unluckiest of the lot

AFP The howl of Palestinian despair

WITHIN the archipelago of misery made up by Lebanon's 12 Palestinian camps, Nahr al-Bared has been lucky. There were once 15 of the camps, which are not tent cities but dense warrens of breeze-block shanties. Three were flattened in Lebanon's civil war from 1975-90; their residents, descended from Palestinians who had fled the advancing Israelis in 1948, were made refugees twice over. Appalling massacres by Lebanese Christian militias, with the connivance of Israel, at Sabra and Shatila, on the fringes of the Lebanese capital, Beirut, laid waste to those camps. Attacks by everyone, from Israelis to Syrians to Christian and Shia militias, ravaged others. Not only was Nahr al-Bared the only camp spared in those dark times, it prospered afterwards as a de facto free zone whose traders undercut competition by evading Lebanese taxes.

Yet if there was ever an accident waiting to happen, this is it. “When illness attacks a body, it goes for the weakest part,” explains a Palestinian activist. At Nahr al-Bared, where a ten-day long Lebanese army siege of a radical jihadist cult has left at least 80 people dead, the ingredients for violence—already in place in the region, more focused in Lebanon, and still more obvious in its Palestinian camps—are even more concentrated and combustible.

One ingredient is the despair of Lebanon's 420,000 Palestinians (this UN figure is widely disputed, with some saying a quiet exodus has reduced it to 250,000). Not only has the hope of returning to Palestine faded since the collapse of peace talks with Israel in 2000; living conditions have deteriorated too. The lot of the 4m or so UN-registered Palestinian refugees elsewhere in the diaspora—in Jordan, Syria and in the Israeli-controlled territories—has hardly been happy. But in Lebanon their treatment has been notably harsh.
Second-class citizens

Local laws give Lebanon's Palestinians a raw deal, reflecting fears that assimilating them could upset Lebanon's own delicate sectarian balance, since they are overwhelmingly Sunni Muslim. They have no right to own property and no right to state schooling or medical care. They are banned from white-collar professions, and even from many unskilled jobs. A Palestinian may own a taxi, for example, but cannot legally drive it. As one Palestinian says of the Lebanese, “They are all with Palestine, but against the Palestinians.”


Recent developments have increased the poverty imposed by such strictures. The budget for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, better known as UNRWA, founded in 1949, has been stretched because of the chaos in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, the two Israeli-controlled bits of a would-be Palestinian state. As one result, class sizes in the schools that UNRWA runs in Lebanon have soared.

Those troubles have also slashed spending by Palestinian agencies that once, under the umbrella of the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), supported an elaborate bureaucracy and security apparatus in Lebanon's camps. Foreign donors who might have helped out diverted spending towards dealing with the widespread destruction wrought by Israeli bombing in last summer's war.

Making matters worse, the camps have grown more lawless. Lebanese still complain that the PLO, which secured the camps under a deal brokered in 1969 by the Arab League, helped provoke their country's civil war by seizing other parts of Lebanon. But the departure of the PLO's leader, Yasser Arafat, in the mid-1980s, forced by both Israel and Syria, left a power vacuum. It was mostly filled in the 1990s by Syrian military intelligence, whose favoured method of control was to set different factions on each other.

Syria's troop withdrawal in 2005, following huge protests in Beirut, left many camps with no effective administration. The Lebanese had their own security problems, and said that the 1969 agreement absolved them of responsibility. The Palestinians grew more divided than ever. The split between the Islamists of Hamas and Arafat's secular Fatah in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories was not only reflected in Lebanon, but was exacerbated by continued Syrian meddling and by the emergence of more extreme factions.

The camps became a magnet for groups which, in the words of one weary resident, “seek a better future in the next life”. With the failure of the secular parties and even of Hamas to achieve peace, victory or a modicum of prosperity, youths turned to ideologues who had broken away from Palestinian nationalism to invoke instead the power of pan-Islamist fervour.

Many naturally turned to Nahr al-Bared. Not only was PLO influence weakest here, but the camp happens to sit close to the frontier with Syria, which has become the main transit route for jihadists seeking action in Iraq or returning from its mayhem. It is also just outside Tripoli, a large, poor and predominantly Sunni city that has itself become a hotbed of Islamist radicals. Joined by hundreds of militants who flocked to Nahr al-Bared in recent months, very few of them Palestinian, the radical cult that calls itself Fatah al-Islam has vowed to fight here to the death. Nahr al-Bared's luck, it seems, has run out.
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but you know what, we will always smile and you will always cry , thats a promise!
Is that a threat over TSR?
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So Yasser, you're not even ashamed when your 'people' send 9 month pregnant women to blow themselves up? This was just yesterday, wonder how often this occurs. Can't really claim these mentalists are doing it for their childrens' sake.

http://www.cbc.ca/world/story/2007/0...st-bomber.html
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look at what is "israel" doing for once
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why is everyone here just attacking the Palestinian cause, this is not why this Soc is for, why dont you take it to the D&D section? dont you have better things to do, shouldn't you stop attacking Palestinians and Palestine on this thread? im sure thats not what this is for....
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