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More attacks....Pure Evil !!

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Today.....

A man decapitated in an suspected terrorist attack in France

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-33284937

 

27 tourists killed by gunmen on a beach in Tunisia

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-33287978


At least 25 killed and a further 200+ injured after suicide attack on a Shia mosque during Friday prayers in the Kuwaiti

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-33287136


When is it all going to end.......

 

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It won't be ending any time soon, in fact it's just getting started. So unless folk start to wake up, and Governments start to impose secular standards on all, such religious nonsense will prevail.

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It's all beginning to look as it if it is about as much to do with religion as the troubles in Northern Ireland.

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I haven't seen much evidence of Christians, Sikhs, Hindus, Buddhists, Zoroastrians or Shintoists joining in either to be honest.

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What better way is there to recruit members than to brainwash devout muslims into believing their religion is under threat by the infidels. This is Al Qaeda under another name but much more aggressive.

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Asp: bit difficult for non-muslims to join a Jihad; they have been too busy fighting them, as with the Sikhs and Indus in India, the Buddhists in Burma, the Orthadox Christians in Serbia, the Catholics in Spain and the Jews in Palastine; throughout history; and when they haven't been doing that, they fight sectarian wars amongst themselves; eg: catholic v protestant; shia v sunni.  Dave: this is an extreme ideology and warping of a religious doctrine; but believers provide the fertile ground for their evil seed to grow.  One would think, that in the 21st C secular education would have phased out such medieval belief systems. 

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It will be interesting if allowing Iran to come in from the cold will have any effect on stability in the area. Apparently, the Shi'ites in Iran are sworn enemies of the Sunni religion that makes up most of the IS terror machine. It will be interesting to see what happens politically in the region now the one time enemy of the west comes up against the so called friendly states,some of which are Sunni paymasters.

 

The Shi'ites & the Great Satan will make strange bedfellows.

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One really has to be a cynic to savour the hypocrisy of international politics Dave. On the one hand, we have a State swimming in oil, wanting a nuclear energy programme - to what end? On the other, we have the USA bristling with a nuclear arsenal, stating that Iran can't have nukes; so to Israel, a non-signatory to the non-nuclear proliferation treaty and possessor of nukes of their own; stating that Iran can't develop a nuclear weapons capability. Meanwhile, the Saudis, sworn Sunni enemies of Shi'ite Iran, getting ready to purchase some nukes of it's own, as soon as they think the Iranians have them. Given the anarchic state of the M/East today, I'm afraid things are heading in a rather doom laden direction.

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It will be interesting if allowing Iran to come in from the cold will have any effect on stability in the area. Apparently, the Shi'ites in Iran are sworn enemies of the Sunni religion that makes up most of the IS terror machine. It will be interesting to see what happens politically in the region now the one time enemy of the west comes up against the so called friendly states,some of which are Sunni paymasters.

 

The Shi'ites & the Great Satan will make strange bedfellows.

I welcome Iran coming out of the cold, although not much like a Western democracy I think its the nearest a muslim state will get to what we in the West call Democracy, And lets face it Saudi Arabia financed IS at the beginning trying to get Iraq to become Sunni, Iran given the chance could get rid of IS

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IS is basically Sunni, and has been funded by the Saudis as a proxy force against Shi'ite Syria and Iraq. The Saudis are allegedly funding faith schools in Europe, from which many of these nutters derive their warped ideas. However, the Saudis and Gulf States regularly buy arms and aircraft from us and supply our oil, so western Govs don't criticise them. 

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