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Tag Archive: Syria

Jul 10 2014

Depressed young men are becoming terrorists.

Here is the story of clairmont. Chris Boudreau, a grieving mother from Canada, traveled to Europe this last week to learn about ways to spare other families whose children risk the same fate as her son. Damian Clairmont died in January at age 22 while fighting for the jihadist group Jabhat al-Nusra in Syria. Clairmont, …

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Jun 25 2014

The baby’s religion.

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The baby did not know what religion meant. The ISIS Sunni gunmen knew about the baby, they knew he was a Shia or an Armenian Christian. The baby did not know what he was. He could not answer to their questions. The gunmen was almost sure the baby’s parents were not Sunnis. What should be …

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Mar 04 2014

Islamic punishment: Amputation for theft

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Many people claim that Islam is a religion of peace. Let’s see one of Islamic punishments today, an amputation for theft. Is Allah really most merciful in our universe? I doubt it. I strongly believe that I am much more merciful than Allah. Many people steal my money. I don’t punish them. I forgive them. …

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Sep 03 2013

Syria

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Sep 03 2013

‘Shoot ‘em in the head! Bloody Syrians!’

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Sep 01 2013

No More War, Please.

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Obama has authorized the use of military force to punish Syria for a chemical weapons attack that killed more than a thousand people. Protracted and expensive wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have left Americans reluctant to get involved in Middle Eastern conflicts. A poll showed that 80% Americans do not want the US to intervene …

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Jun 13 2013

Don’t say this is not Islam

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Syrian rebels executed a 14-year-old boy for insulting Islam. When a 14-year-old boy from the Syrian city of Aleppo named Mohammad Qatta was asked to bring one of his customers some coffee, he reportedly refused, saying, “Even if [Prophet] Mohammed comes back to life, I won’t.” A group of Islamist rebels, driving by in a …

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