Tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran now defines the world’s most combustible region

  • metta

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    Dec 08, 2017 5:18 PM GMT
    Tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran now defines the world’s most combustible region

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/middle-east-peace-process-iran-saudi-arabia_us_5a296f1de4b03ece0300c51f
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 09, 2017 4:26 AM GMT
    The new and improved (realistic) Saudi Peace Plan
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    Trump Teaches Palestinians About the New Middle East
    The rest of the Arab world is far more concerned about Iran than about the West Bank.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-12-06/trump-teaches-palestinians-about-the-new-middle-east


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    For those of you who think this is new and hasn't been in the works, consider this thread from early 2016, more than a year and a half ago:

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    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/4189600
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 09, 2017 6:32 PM GMT
    AyaTrolLiar> The Arab world (the population between Marrakesh and Manama)

    Believes women are property, is tolerant of slavery, and intolerant of homosexuals.
    I guess that's fine, then, if that's the majority's belief.

    The reality, much to the AyaTrolLiar's chagrin, is that the Arab world is changing.
    Both the government, and the people.



    Perhaps not fast enough. The above blogger was arrested in 2013 for defending... homosexuality.

    || In April 2013 Gaber was in his second semester at the Suez Canal University in Ismailia, Egypt. He was enrolled in a science class with a professor named Elsaid Farrag. In one of the classes, Professor Farrag was giving a lecture on homosexuality and stated: “Homosexuality is a sin. Gays and lesbians shall be crucified in the middle of the streets, stoned, and burned to death!" Gaber suggested looking at homosexuality from a scientific perspective since it was a science class, but in response Farrag questioned Gaber's religious beliefs. Gaber responded that science suggested that homosexuality is neither a choice nor unnatural. Farrag then proceeded to ban him from ever participating in class again, threatened to extend his time at school to eight years, and threatened to give him a failing grade in every course. He continued to publicly harass him for the remaining two hours of class.[3]

    || The following week in class, Farrag with other teachers, one of them called Ramy Mohammad Husien were holding a printed version of everything he had posted to his Facebook page that they felt went against Islam or was in support of free speech. They read the posts aloud to the class and ended by telling Gaber, along with the entire class, that he would take the papers over to the public prosecutor to have him imprisoned. Gaber received an F in that class in June 2013, even though he got an A+ in the first term "Jan. 2013"[4]

    But that's life in his "Arab World", right? So it must be ok?
    As usual, the regressive AyaTrolLiar is on the wrong side of history.
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    Dec 09, 2017 9:45 PM GMT
    A bunch of homophobic cunts about to kill each other. My o my.
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 10, 2017 10:34 AM GMT
    AyaTrolLiar> The Arab world (the population between Marrakesh and Manama)

    Said Arab world believes women are property, is tolerant of slavery, and intolerant of homosexuals.
    I guess that's fine, then, if that's the majority's belief.

    AyaTrolLiar> He knows better than to contest what I say

    ROTFL.


    The reality, much to the AyaTrolLiar's chagrin, is that the Arab world is changing.
    Both the government, and the people.


    AyaTrolLiar> the pressure for reform generally comes from below in the Arab world

    Examples?

    Never mind that, as I noted, we're seeing that reform from bloggers, who tell us they've been brainwashed to hate Israel and homosexuals, etc.


    'I despised myself for hating Israel'
    WATCH: Egyptian Sharif Gaber's video explains how logic ended his hate of Israel and his devotion to Islam, sending him on the run from the authorities.

    https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4704402,00.html
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 11, 2017 5:45 AM GMT
    Said Arab world believes women are property, is tolerant of slavery, and intolerant of homosexuals.
    I guess that's fine, then, if that's the majority's belief.


    AyaTrolLiar> [wups]


    The reality, much to the AyaTrolLiar's chagrin, is that the Arab world is changing.
    Both the government, and the people.


    AyaTrolLiar> the pressure for reform generally comes from below in the Arab world

    His examples?

    AyaTrolLiar> the Arab Spring, the April 6 movement, the Kifaya movement

    These are less than 10 years old, the outcome quite in doubt.
    Of course, he opposed the Arab Spring in Syria and Libya.
    When his favorite ruthless dictators were the target.

    He's also lamented that these popular movements were taken over by others.

    U.S. Illegally In Syria
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/4296198


    AyaTrolLiar> the Cedar Revolution

    That finally ended 30 years of Syrian occupation of Lebanon.
    Which the AyaTrolLiar was never interested in.
    And he continues to support the Assad/Iran/Hizbullah axis that was opposed.

    Lebanon 101: Why Hezbollah hates the Hariri tribunal (UN STL)
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/1331632


    AyaTrolLiar> the Intifadas, BDS

    Not in the Arab world and his terrorist Hamas heroes generally get only a 30% approval rate.

    BDS is an external movement and not very popular at home, where the people aren't as interested as the haters in sacrificing themselves to punish Jews/Israel.

    BDS movement: My Palestinian pride is not measured by your hatred of Israel
    http://www.startribune.com/bds-movement-my-palestinian-pride-is-not-measured-by-your-hatred-of-israel/413774143/

    || As a proud Palestinian who grew up in the often difficult conditions of the occupied West Bank, I see no contradiction between dedicating my life to achieving a free and independent Palestine and strongly opposing the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

    Boycott Israel Movement Stunts The Palestinian Economy
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/carriesheffield/2015/02/22/boycott-israel-movement-stunts-the-palestinian-economy/#429f2c0a1648

    Those who hate Israel more than they care for the Palestinian Arabs, of course, press on.


    AyaTrolLiar> the Western Saharan struggle

    Where Berbers (some of whom still speak Berber) are fighting off Arab colonialism in what the AyaTrolLiar nonetheless describes as part of the "Arab World".
    But we know he's only against western empires and colonialism.

    Never mind that the opposition is based next door in Algeria.


    AyaTrolLiar> the Algerian independence struggle...

    Wikipedia> most Algerians were in favor of a relative status-quo. While Messali Hadj had radicalized by forming the FLN, Ferhat Abbas maintained a more moderate, electoral strategy. Fewer than 500 fellaghas (pro-Independence fighters) could be counted at the beginning of the conflict

    With examples as these, who needs enemies?!


    Never mind that, as I noted, we're seeing that reform from bloggers, who tell us they've been brainwashed to hate Israel and homosexuals, etc.

    AyaTrolLiar> obscure blogger

    ROTFL. He can do no better than attack the source... as usual missing the point this this is the type of person he should be supporting. A humanitarian atheist with critical thinking skills... you know, the very grass roots he just pretended to champion!

  • mwolverine

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    Dec 11, 2017 8:15 AM GMT
    Said Arab world believes women are property, is tolerant of slavery, and intolerant of homosexuals.
    I guess that's fine, then, if that's the majority's belief.


    AyaTrolLiar> [wups again. Can't let women's and gay rights get in his way of hating Jews.]


    The reality, much to the AyaTrolLiar's chagrin, is that the Arab world is changing.
    Both the government, and the people.


    AyaTrolLiar> the pressure for reform generally comes from below in the Arab world

    With examples as these, who needs enemies?!

    AyaTrolLiar> were crushed

    He didn't even set out to provide examples of successful reforms?
    Only alleged "pressure", which as we can see wasn't as he portrayed.


    Never mind that, as I noted, we're seeing that reform from bloggers, who tell us they've been brainwashed to hate Israel and homosexuals, etc.

    AyaTrolLiar> obscure blogger

    ROTFL. He can do no better than attack the source... as usual missing the point this this is the type of person he should be supporting. A humanitarian atheist with critical thinking skills... you know, the very grass roots he just pretended to champion!

    AyaTrolLiar> unjust persecution makes you neither

    Who did this blogger persecute?!


    As usual, it's all about Jews:

    Tension Between Saudi Arabia And Iran Now Defines The World’s Most Combustible Region

    AyaTrolLiar> Unlike Jewish resistance to the Nazis, which peaked at a fraction of 1% during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the Algerians refused to accept their fate, resisted, and guess what? They won.

    Because they weren't fighting an enemy set on their destruction and lots of other differences (the French compromised).

    As usual, his gutter ugliness and petty Jew-hate comes right to the surface....
    it's ingrained in him, instinctive. His hate, like his lies, is pathological; he can't stop himself.
    No filter is yet another sure sign of insanity. The AyaTrolLiar is shamelessly mad with hate.


  • mwolverine

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    Dec 11, 2017 9:01 AM GMT
    Thread: Tension Between Saudi Arabia And Iran Now Defines The World’s Most Combustible Region

    AyaTrolLiar> blah blah blah Israel blah blah blah Jews blah blah blah

    If he said anything different from his pathological nonsensical hate, someone let me know.
    Oh, wait, that would require that someone else read that. Won't happen. Too bad. So sad.
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 11, 2017 5:29 PM GMT
    There he goes again.
    It's pathological. He just can't stop.

    Please click on "Report Spam" on his lengthy back-to-back off-topic posts.

    Watch him do it again in 5... 4... 3... 2... 1...
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 15, 2017 10:44 AM GMT
    US exhibits ‘proof’ that missile shot down over Saudi Arabia was Iranian
    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/us-exhibits-proof-that-missile-shot-down-over-saudi-arabia-was-iranian-0qr8m7f9q

    The US has accused Iran of being the hidden hand behind an attempt to kill hundreds of civilians in Saudi Arabia.

    Nikki Haley, the ambassador to the UN, unveiled what she called “irrefutable evidence” that Iran had provided a missile to Houthi rebels in Yemen which was fired towards Saudi Arabia last month and fell near Riyadh.

    At a press conference at the defence intelligence agency headquarters in Washington, Ms Haley showed pieces of a missile stamped with the logo of an Iranian manufacturer. “It was made in Iran then sent to Houthi militants in Yemen,” she said. “From there it was fired at a civilian airport with the potential to kill hundreds of innocent civilians in Saudi Arabia.”

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  • mwolverine

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    Dec 17, 2017 1:28 AM GMT
    Sometimes you just can't take the idiot out of the AyaTrolLiar:

    JTheM saidShame for the people of Yemen that the missile (if it was Iranian) didn't score a direct hit.
    Plenty of Saudis too will be bitterly disappointed...

    What an odd parenthetical comment (like its author).
    if it were a Russian rocket then it's a good thing it was intercepted?
    But if it was Iranian, only then it's a shame hundreds of innocent civilians weren't murdered?

    Any wonder he opined that 9/11 was legitimate "blowback" at the USA?


    In Gaza, he supports similar rocket strikes directed at innocent civilians.
    With no shame for Gazans that these rockets (5-10% of which misfire*) have directly killed more Gazans than they have murdered Jews.

    And of course ignoring that international law clearly prohibits, under any and all circumstances, intentionally targeting civilians.

    * if these rockets were fired from open areas near the border, not only could the Palestinian Arab terrorists fire further into Israel but misfired rockets couldn't fall on populated areas of Gaza. Alas, these terrorists prefer to hide behind schools, hospitals and their own people when committing their war crimes against Jews.

    AyaTrolLiar JPhleM initially denied there were any such open areas (even after being shown satellite maps), further exposing his lie that he had been there (of course, quoting the boilerplate - yet false - claim that it's the "most densely populated place in the world"). He finally had to concede they existed, and then explained that his Hamas heroes would be picked apart if they shot from open areas... even as the mental midget continues to deny that by firing from amidst the population they are using the people to shield themselves.

    Pretty revolting how many Gazans he is willing to sacrifice for-the-cause, all in the vain hope of murdering some Jews... who deserve it.

    Amnesty International: Rocket and mortar attacks by Palestinian armed groups is unlawful and deadly
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/4030802

    Amnesty: Palestinian rockets killed more Gazans in 2014 war
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    No wonder that Aristo/Shark/speare, with no objection from any corner, concluded AyaTrolLiar JPhleM is "an all around shitty excuse for a human being".
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    Dec 17, 2017 2:02 AM GMT
    Too bad that the Iranians build such defective missiles. Might have gotten the attention of the Saudis if it actually accomplished something.
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 17, 2017 2:06 AM GMT
    HikerSkier saidToo bad that the Iranians build such defective missiles. Might have gotten the attention of the Saudis if it actually accomplished something.

    Saudis were already at full attention, thus they used their Patriot anti-missile system to shoot down this Iranian missile.
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    Dec 17, 2017 2:28 AM GMT
    mwolverine said
    HikerSkier saidToo bad that the Iranians build such defective missiles. Might have gotten the attention of the Saudis if it actually accomplished something.

    Saudis were already at full attention, thus they used their Patriot anti-missile system to shoot down this Iranian missile.


    If the Iranians really wanted to hit something in Saudi Arabia, they should know that one can't depend on a single missile to overcome a defense system. Perhaps they do.

    But as we know, the Patriot missile is not 100% effective. And to think that No. 45 is depending on its effectiveness to knock out Korean ICBMs. We are lucky that the Koreans don't have too many of them (yet).
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 17, 2017 5:26 PM GMT
    HikerSkier> If the Iranians really wanted to hit something in Saudi Arabia, they should know that one can't depend on a single missile to overcome a defense system. Perhaps they do.

    If they did, they probably wouldn't then depend on their Houthi proxies to do so, firing a handful of missiles so far this year.

    The Qiam-1's 845 KG warhead has a range of 800 kilometers, so it could reach Riyadh from Iran's southwest coastal areas.


    HikerSkier> But as we know, the Patriot missile is not 100% effective. And to think that No. 45 is depending on its effectiveness to knock out Korean ICBMs. We are lucky that the Koreans don't have too many of them (yet).

    True, but there is a fundamental difference between the side deploying offensive missiles and those with defensive shields.
    The comparison of Iran (with its procies) to North Korea as appropriate.

  • mwolverine

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    Dec 18, 2017 2:40 AM GMT
    ROTFL. He spent half an hour on his prior post, double posting and then editing, and didn't even see what HikerSkier said until I quoted it.

    Recall, this troll is only on RJ (which he recently called a "dating app") to hate on Jews and stalk me.

    Why does virulent Anti-Semitism play such a large role in MidEast discussions on RJ?
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/4015076
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  • mwolverine

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    Dec 18, 2017 3:28 AM GMT
    Once a flunky idiot, always a flunky idiot.
    No wonder before he was banned he was one of the most ignored profiles on RJ.

    He spent half an hour on his prior post
    Guess there was nothing else going on in his mum's basement.

    AyaTrolLiar> ROTFL.

    Guess now he's laughing at himself along with everyone else.

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    Still no explanation for why he didn't see what anyone else (HikerSkier) posted in this thread until after I quoted him.
    But then, the flunky fool recently asserted that RJ (on which he's been for a decade, through 2 profile bannings) is a "dating app".
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    Dec 18, 2017 3:51 AM GMT
    Lmao @ Saudi Arabia coming up with a peace plan. More like coming up with a new and improved Greater Israel plan to destablize Iran ala Libya so that the US has total control the worlds nuclear supply. Like we’re expected to believe the chattel slave market in destablized Libya needs to be taken care of. As if there’s not 50 million slaves around the world especially in Africa/Asia. The focus is clearly on a destablized Libya because America gets flashbacks when they see Blacks being enslaved by non-blacks. No one really bat an eye when women and children were being enslaved in Iraq/Syria after they were destabilized by US-NATO though. Full of it. I just wanna see the reaction when we see an influx of Sudane refugees that will soon follow after it’s later destablized. Saudi Arabia is nothing but a financier of terrorism. Peace.
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 18, 2017 4:16 AM GMT
    BP201> America gets flashbacks when they see Blacks being enslaved by non-blacks. No one really bat an eye when women and children were being enslaved in Iraq/Syria

    Yeah, just as there are no "flotillas"/"convoys" to besieged villages in Syria or Yemen.
    Only to Gaza, where there is no shortage of food (and obesity is a problem).
    [Even worse, some of these collected donations from much poorer hit regions.
    For the sake of the political theater of destroying useless "aid" to Gaza.]


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  • mwolverine

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    Dec 18, 2017 4:23 AM GMT
    AyaTrolLiar> Shame for the people of Yemen that the missile (if it was Iranian) didn't score a direct hit [on a civilian airport].

    International law clearly prohibits, under any and all circumstances, intentionally targeting civilians.

    AyaTrolLiar> international law validates the right of armed groups to fight occupiers by force to achieve national self-determination

    The flunky thinks this gives his favorite terrorist heroes carte blanche to murder innocent civilians.
    Ignoring that international conventions define how any such "force" is to be deployed.

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    Is Saudi Arabia is "occupying" Yemen?


    if it were a Russian rocket then it's a good thing it was intercepted?
    But if it was Iranian, only then it's a shame hundreds if innocent civilians weren't murdered?


    AyaTrolLiar> My point wasn't that the missile strike was legitimate only if Iranian.
    are you implying I'd quibble with a Russian missile strike...?

    Of course he wouldn't.
    As Aristo/Shark/speare noted, he's "an all around shitty excuse for a human being".
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 18, 2017 4:24 AM GMT
    AyaTrolLiar> The Huthis were fighting Saudi Arabia years before whatever minimal Iranian military support arrived on the scene.

    Iran's Support For The Houthi Rebellion In Yemen: 'Without Iran There Would Be No War In Syria And Ansar Allah Would Have Never Emerged'
    https://www.memri.org/reports/irans-support-houthi-rebellion-yemen-without-iran-there-would-be-no-war-syria-and-ansar

    || The following is a review of statements and information released openly by official Iranian spokesmen showing Iran's complete involvement in numerous aspects of the Houthi rebellion in Yemen: Iran's export of its Islamic Revolution to Yemen; the connection between the Houthi movement and Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Qods Forces; and Iranian military aid and political and economic support to the Houthis, in addition to anti-Saudi and anti-U.S. statements.

    Houthi Commander Admits Iran, Hezbollah Training Fighters in Yemen
    http://www.thetower.org/4440-report-houthi-commander-admits-iran-hezbollah-training-fighters-in-yemen]

    || Iran boasted of its support for Houthi rebels as early as October 2014, after the Houthis captured Yemen’s capital Sana’a. The following month, an Iranian lawmaker with ties to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei boasted that Iran controlled four Arab capitals. (The other capitals that the official was referring are Beirut in Lebanon, Damascus in Syria, and Baghdad in Iraq.) Days later, a Saudi Arabian newspaper reported that members of Hezbollah were fighting alongside the Houthis.
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 18, 2017 4:27 AM GMT
    Getting back to the thread, over the last handful of years the "game" has changed from the Arab-Israeli conflict to the Saudi-Iran conflict.

    Nothing is more telling than this 2014 article saying (in Arabic) that "The Road to Palestine runs through Yemen".
    http://www.alquds.co.uk/?p=237488

    "Palestine" has taken a back seat to Yemen, Syria and other fronts along this fault-line.

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    Iran noting that it (via its proxies) OCCUPIES 4 Arab capitals tells us it thinks it is winning this war while most people aren't yet even cognizant of it.


  • mwolverine

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    Dec 18, 2017 6:23 AM GMT
    From above link:

    || On February 8, 2015, the representative of Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in the IRGC Qods Force, Ali Shirazi, explained that the Houthis constitute part of the pro-Iranian popular army in the region, alongside Hizbullah in Lebanon and Iran's proxies in Syria and Iraq: "Whether or not our enemies like it, the Islamic Revolution has been advancing since its beginning, and today we have might in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bahrain, Yemen, and even Saudi Arabia, that we did not have from 1978-1991... In the not-so-distant future, we will see the twilight of America and Israel - this is not a slogan... Today we in Iran, Hizbullah in Lebanon, Ansar Allah [i.e. the Houthi movement] in Yemen, the National Defense Force in Syria, [and] the popular forces in Iraq have become much stronger...

    AyaTrolLiar> IF Iran is involved in Yemen

    As usual, he prefers to play the immature idiot's "source game", attacking MEMRI (which has never been accused of an errant or fraudulent translation. It has been criticized for translating an idiom non-literally and for being "selective", as if it should also translate articles about fashion and cooking?).

    Yet from his own source:

    || Iran's support for the Houthis has increased in recent years


    AyaTrolLiar> Shame for the people of Yemen that the missile (if it was Iranian) didn't score a direct hit [on a civilian airport].

    International law clearly prohibits, under any and all circumstances, intentionally targeting civilians.

    AyaTrolLiar> international law validates the right of armed groups to fight occupiers by force to achieve national self-determination

    The flunky thinks this gives his favorite terrorist heroes carte blanche to murder innocent civilians.
    Ignoring that international conventions define how any such "force" is to be deployed.

    AyaTrolLiar> [whatabout Israel]

    ROTFL.


    If it were a Russian rocket then it's a good thing it was intercepted?
    But if it was Iranian, only then it's a shame hundreds if innocent civilians weren't murdered?


    AyaTrolLiar> My point wasn't that the missile strike was legitimate only if Iranian.
    are you implying I'd quibble with a Russian missile strike...?

    Of course he wouldn't.
    As Aristo/Shark/speare noted, he's "an all around shitty excuse for a human being".

    AyaTrolLiar> there's every difference between firing missiles at a peaceful democracy, and firing them at a bloodthirsty, IS-style dictatorship

    As if international law allows the murder of innocent civilians living in countries he hates.

    In his sick mind, other Western countries (like Israel) are not a "peaceful democracies" but "bloodthirsty" states.
    Thus just like attacking innocent civilians is "legitimate" in Saudi and Israel, so it is in Britain, France and the USA.

    It's amazing how many people he's willing to sacrifice while spewing hateful nonsense from the safety of his mum's basement.
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 18, 2017 5:40 PM GMT
    Didn't read that. If anyone did, please let us know if he's still pushing that innocent civilians in countries he doesn't like can be targeted and murdered by his terrorist heroes in contravention to international humanitarian law.
  • mwolverine

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    Dec 18, 2017 10:42 PM GMT
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