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Saudi Arabia is just "ISIS that made it". So no it's not once or twice NATO allied with radical islamists, they are in long term relationship.

Shut the fuck up with this bullshit. If Saudi were ISIS there would be no Shia in Qatif etc.
post #2207 of 2695
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Shut the fuck up with this bullshit.

 

musing (n) - a period of reflection or thought.

 

Time for a thread rename, no?

post #2208 of 2695
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Shut the fuck up with this bullshit. If Saudi were ISIS there would be no Shia in Qatif etc.

ROFL.

 

 

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Originally Posted by wojt View Post

Saudi Arabia is just "ISIS that made it". So no it's not once or twice NATO allied with radical islamists, they are in long term relationship.

Shut the fuck up with this bullshit. If Saudi were ISIS there would be no Shia in Qatif etc.

http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/crime-and-punishment-islamic-state-vs-saudi-arabia-1588245666

give them few years and a country and they will civilize just a bit and become Saudi Arabia 2.0

Also Saudis care so much about Shia they use cluster bombs in civilian areas in Yemen
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 Kalbani, the first black imam of the Grand Mosque in Mecca, is distinguished by his resonant voice and the soulful intensity of his Qur'anic recitation

 

In a TV appearance, Sheikh Adel AlKilbani, former Imam of the Grand Mosque in Mecca, is asked to comment about some of his statements about Daesh. Explaining how it is a result of Islamic revivalism, he adds that Daesh follows the same Salafist approach that is adopted in Saudi Arabia, and that there are only some differences regarding how to punish those who contravene the Shari'a.

 

 

 

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 If Saudi were ISIS there would be no Shia in Qatif etc.

Why kill em and risk a revolution when you can just repress them but if Iran was not in the picture then things would be a lot different.

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Jordanian security forces clash with suspected Islamist militants in Irbid.

 

 

Tomorrow might be a strange day in the Kingdom. 

post #2213 of 2695
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Just kidding. It doesn't even seem like people know what happened. The main story in the Jordan Times is about Prince Ali's charity. 

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Greek coast guard stopped a Turkish ship from Turkey loaded with weapons that was headed to Tripoli port in Lebanon, for radical sunnis.

Saudis and their plans...
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Greek coast guard stopped a Turkish ship from Turkey loaded with weapons that was headed to Tripoli port in Lebanon, for radical sunnis.

Saudis and their plans...

No such thing as a radical Sunni. Evil Hizbullah and the Syrian war turned them radical, Fact: cause i read it on this thread.

post #2216 of 2695
All religious people are radicals, because facts.
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US delivers 8 black hawks to Jordan for it's anti-IS operations. They said the raids are supposed to continue through the weekend. 

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A US/Jordanian backed group entered Syria through Jordan and took the border crossing at al-Tanf. If I had to guess, the raids in Irbid were to remove any possible impediments to that operation. 

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They are going to start sending NATO foot soldiers into Syria.

Cue people from the middle east complaining about the west interfering in their business, while they sit in Europe twiddling their thumbs, not fighting their own war.
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They are going to start sending NATO foot soldiers into Syria.

 

What are you talking about? 

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