Let us solve the Middle East peace process and save the humanity

Let us solve the Middle East peace process and save the humanity

 

Earlier this year, President Obama asked Netanyahu to present the Middle East peace plan. Netanyahu was talking about the so called Iranian records of mistreating homosexuals! Good president said, I ma going to have diner with my girls and Michael, if you got anything good to say, call my advisors.      

  

Vice President JB went to Israel for peace talk! The rude and arrogant Israelis forwarded their never ending war crimes, illegal settlements, …. ! Finally, USA got Is it 9/11 of 2010?

 

Further to Shameful Episodes of Enslaved USA, What Do You Think About The Greatness of USA? and US Terrorism via UN are destroying the world peace!

 

Therefore we do not want any religious lecture. Let us solve the Middle East peace process and save the humanity. No monkey business.    

 

 

 

--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "kurt31416" <kurt31416@...> wrote:Re: Defence Force's deadliest day for 40 years

 

Since it's obviously too complicated, let me help. Talking about sending the People of the Book to ovens is spitting in Muhammad (PBUH)'s face.

Got it, Sparky?


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "arab_semite@..." <arab_semite@...>
wrote:

Re: Defence Force's deadliest day for 40 years

 

Did anyone use lovely expressions like "…who spit in Muhammad (PBUH)'s face. … "?

Is it a nice thing way to communicate?  

  

--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "kurt31416" <kurt31416@...> wrote:

Re: Defence Force's deadliest day for 40 years

 

Let's see now, Sparky here is talking about me having sex with my mother and sister in graphic terms, and "I'm" the one who is insulting people?

Are you always wrong about everything too?


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "arab_semite@..." <arab_semite@...>wrote:

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Well if you are such an intelligent SOB then why are you insulting great people for no apparent reason and barking like a mad dog?


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "kurt31416" <kurt31416@...> wrote:

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Well, in addition to being totally ignorant of even the most elementary facts, and wrong that I'm even remotely a Jew, you also have a flithy mouth.

Well of course.



--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "lal_guru@..." <lal_guru@...> wrote:

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You are welcome to put your dick inside your mother's vagina or sister's mouth as per you religious believe or cultural sensibilities. However, you do not have any valid reason to discharge your insanity and profanity you bloody Gas Chamber Bund Jew!    

 

--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "kurt31416" <kurt31416@...> wrote:

Re: Defence Force's deadliest day for 40 years


You only supplied opinion. I produced the fact that 90% of the Afghan people support the US, and only 6% support your heretics who spit in Muhammad (PBUH)'s face.



--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "lal_guru@..." <lal_guru@...> wrote:

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Karzai condemns Kandahar bombing you ignorant buster.

 

You gas chamber bound Zio_Nazi I gave you independent and corroborative evidence in support of the fact that American terrorists invaded Afghanistan for Israel and apparently without any good reason. If pre-determined idiot like you do not want to accept the fact then I can not force you. However, you should not be discharging your insanity and profanity because I did not bring you in this world and I don't have to put up with your childish and criminal behavior.        


Try again,
Who Invented Osama to Slaughter Arabs and Muslims? 


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "lal_guru@..." <lal_guru@...> wrote:
Re: Defence Force's deadliest day for 40 years



Stop your selective lies and pay attention to facts!

Who Invented Osama to Slaughter Arabs and Muslims? 

15 of the alleged 19 "hijackers" were from US backed Saudi Arabia and none from Afghanistan!

On October 7, the Taliban ambassador to Pakistan offered to "detain bin Laden and try him under Islamic law" if the United States made a formal request and presented the Taliban with evidence. The U.S. rejected this offer as insufficient.[41]

On October 14 the Taliban offered to discuss handing over Osama bin Laden to a neutral country in return for a bombing halt, but only if the Taliban were given evidence of Bin Laden's involvement.[46] The U.S. rejected this offer as a public relations ploy and continued military operations.

Source: USA Must Quit Afghanistan Now

 

--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "kurt31416" <kurt31416@...> wrote:

Re: Defence Force's deadliest day for 40 years

 

Some help for those totally ignorant of the most basic facts, AND don't know how to find it in 5 seconds with Google....

"The survey also asked if people thought it was good or bad that US forces entered Afghanistan in 2001 to drive out the Taliban. Of those questioned, 83% said it was either very good or mostly good.

...90% said they wanted their country run by the current government, compared with 6% who said they favoured a Taliban administration."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8448930.stm

Got it?


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "kurt31416" <kurt31416@...> wrote:

Re: Defence Force's deadliest day for 40 years


You admit your ignorance?

 


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "lal_guru@..." <lal_guru@...> wrote:

Re: Defence Force's deadliest day for 40 years


Show us the evidence.


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "kurt31416" <kurt31416@...> wrote:

Re: Defence Force's deadliest day for 40 years


The Afghan people asked them. And overwhelmingly, in every poll, the Afghan people hate the Taliban/Al-Qaeda.



--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "rabbiforpalestine"
<rabbiforpalestine@...> wrote:



No one asked them to go to Afghanistan and murder millions of men women and children! Disgusting Israeli servants! This war got nothing to do with Australia's defense and safety.  



--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "Biplobi Faruque" <union_faruque@...> wrote:

Further to Steve Liebmann of 2UE, Tim Webster of 2UE and Beyond and Osama bin Laden (was invented) to Slaughter the Arabs and Muslims more than a million Australians out of 20 million beyond sex, race and religion protested against the Illegal and immoral invasion of Iraq and we were dismissed with contempt.

 

Prior to invasion of Afghanistan the Zionist and Zionised warmongers silenced any debate and discussions inside and outside Parliament. They blackmailed us in un-winnable wars and now they talk about Sharia Law, extreme Islam, …. .

 

Anyway, 10 people died in this incident at Afghanistan. 7 Americans, 1 French and 2 Australians. In Australian media and controlling Generals who are managing the news (manipulating and controlling the emotion of grieving families) spoke about two Australians and a dead Australian DOG! 7 US and I French nationals were not in their lips!     

 

I say time is right to prosecute warmongers who mislead the world.            

Taxi

 

Defence Force's deadliest day for 40 years

DAN OAKES DEFENCE CORRESPONDENT

June 9, 2010

A duo lost ... Sapper Darren Smith with Herbie, a bomb-detecting dog, at the base in Tarin Kowt. The dog also died on Monday.

A duo lost ... Sapper Darren Smith with Herbie, a bomb-detecting dog, at the base in Tarin Kowt. The dog also died on Monday.

TWO Australian soldiers have been killed by a bomb blast in Afghanistan in the most deadly day for the Defence Force in almost 40 years.

The soldiers and an explosive detection dog were patrolling in the Mirabad Valley, in Oruzgan Province, on Monday morning when an improvised explosive device (IED) detonated. One soldier died immediately, while the second was flown to the hospital at Tarin Kowt, but died shortly afterwards.

Sapper Darren Smith, 25, leaves behind a wife, Angela, and a two-year-old son, Mason. His bomb-detecting dog, Herbie, a three-year-old collie, was also killed in the explosion.

Sapper Jacob Moerland with his fiancee, Kezia Muccahy.

Sapper Jacob Moerland with his fiancee, Kezia Muccahy.

''Darren was a very loving husband and father, an absolutely remarkable human being,'' his wife said in a statement. ''He was very passionate about his job and understood the risks involved but he was the sort of man who always put others first, and did his best for them whether it was his mates in the army or at home with his family and friends.''

Sapper Jacob Moerland, 21, like Sapper Smith on his first deployment, leaves behind a fiancee.

The soldiers were the 12th and 13th Australians killed in Afghanistan and the first fatalities since Private Benjamin Ranaudo was killed in an IED blast on July 18 last year. Their bodies are expected to arrive home over the weekend.

The Vice-Chief of the Defence Force, David Hurley, told reporters yesterday that the circumstances around the deaths of the soldiers - from the Brisbane-based 2nd Combat Engineer Regiment - were unclear, but, as with previous deaths, would be investigated thoroughly.

Lieutenant-General Hurley said that earlier on Monday the Australian patrol had discovered three substantial caches of weapons and munitions, including 1600 rounds of ammunition, 23 rocket-propelled grenades and five mortar rounds plus fuses.

The deaths came during a bloody 24 hours for the NATO-led coalition forces, with 10 troops dying in incidents in the east and south of the country, including five in one IED blast.

NATO and Afghan troops are preparing their biggest offensive yet against the Taliban in Kandahar province, with total foreign troop numbers in the country to peak at 150,000 by August.

Lieutenant-General Hurley, standing in for Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston - who is in Pakistan with the Defence Minister, John Faulkner - said the spate of violence did not indicate a renewed push by insurgents as the summer fighting season approaches.

The troops were part of the several hundred-strong Mentoring Task Force, which is training and serving alongside Afghan National Army soldiers.

The Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, offered his condolences to the families and friends of the soldiers, but said it was crucial that Afghanistan did not relapse into being a haven for terrorism.

''We are making progress in our part of Afghanistan and more broadly,'' he said. ''But let us make no bones about it, this is a very tough, difficult, continuing military campaign and we are up against a determined and dangerous enemy.

''However, under no circumstances can Australians allow Afghanistan to become a free, operating training base for terrorist organisations.''

It was Australia's bloodiest day on the battlefield since September 21, 1971, when five Australians died fighting the North Vietnamese.

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