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Iran and state-sponsored terrorism

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  1. Syrian Lion

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    nope, videos of German tv report and CNN report... I posted them before..
     
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    I personally feel sorry for Syrians.... just ordinary people, and their life get ruined... and all because of a man who inherited the rule of the country from his father.

    Assad's throne will be broken into pieces, he and his family will find no rest on the face of earth.....

    I know, what i was talking about is the German one, CNN's is no different.

    Not a single proof.
     
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    see you need to feel sorry for yourself, history will not forgive you...
    if Syrians wanted Alasad gone he would have been gone long time ago...

    Watch the videos again...

    discussion here is over, you want to discuss Syria, move it to the Syrian thread
     
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    Assad killed his people, because they were protesting, i remember everything.

    Anyways, no need to argue about the things, we argued over 100 times.


    Why did they changed it's content ?

    You add this later, too late.
     
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    Why did they changed it's content ?[/quote]
    no because I'm sure you didn't watch it, or you werent paying attention...

    and again

     
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    No, i watched it all, and you post it every time. When somebody say a thing about how the things started....this is not valid and no body can prove it's validity.
     
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    those video are from F$A terrorists themselves... :coffee:
     
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    Yeah, FSA terrorist goes to Sama TV, a Syrian television and they tell about their plot....and if that guy eventually belongs any rebel group.....it can even be a government official..

    Like i said that video shown by Syrian television proves nothing, i can post tens of videos about how the things started in Syria.
     
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    :hitwall: those videos are obtained from youtube channels that F$A terrorists themselves uploaded go to youtube... and so simple search, wow I thought you were resepcted and smart member, but I guess not...
     
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    I'm not gonna repeat myself. What i said is crystal clear. Let's leave it to readers decision.
     
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    Iran a self declared state sponsor of terrorism

    Fars news agency in Iran is reporting that the Commander of Iran’s Basij (volunteer) force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi in a message to the leaders of the Palestinian resistance movements, Hamas and Islamic Jihad, “felicitated them” on their recent victory in the Gaza war against Israel, and pledged that Iran would “arm resistance groups” in the West Bank with maximum power.
    “… we will do our best with full force to arm and equip the resistance, especially in the West Bank,” General Naqdi said in his message to Politburo Chief of the Palestinian Resistance Hamas Movement Khalid Mashal and Secretary-General of the Islamic Jihad Movement Ramadhan Abdullah.

    Source: Basij Commander Vows Arming West Bank with Full Force Farsnews

    The statements confirm that Iran is waging an undeclared war against Israel by arming the terrorist group Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

    It also confirms that Iran is a self declared state sponsor of terrorism.

    Hamas or its military wing is designated as a terrorist organization by Australia,Canada,Egypt,the European Union,Israel, Japan,the United Kingdom, and the United States, and is banned in Jordan. It is not considered a terrorist organization by Iran,Russia, Turkey,or China, South Africa, and some Arab nations.

    See report: Declared terrorist entities by the United States, Bureau of Counterterrorism Foreign Terrorist Organizations and http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/65462.pdf

    The Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine known in the West as simply Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), is a Palestinian militant organization. The group has been labelled as a terrorist group by the United States, the European Union,the United Kingdom,Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Israel. Iran is a major financial supporter of the PIJ.

    See special report The terrorist connection between Iran and Islamic Jihad and Hamas http://fas.org/irp/world/para/docs/950500.htm

    We contacted the Israeli Embassy in Washington D.C. and officials refused comment in this matter of Iran’s undeclared war against Israel and General Naqdi admission that Iran is facilitating and arming terrorist organization in Gaza, in violation of international law.

    Israeli and Palestinian negotiators agreed Tuesday to an Egyptian-brokered cease-fire deal ending seven weeks of fighting. It was the 10th cease-fire in the latest military confrontation between Israel and Hamas, the Islamist movement that rules the Gaza Strip. All but three of the truces lasted their planned duration before dissolving into more violence. Under the latest cease-fire agreement, border crossings between Israel and Gaza are to be opened for the transfer of humanitarian aid and reconstruction supplies.

    The accord also calls for the immediate extension of Gaza’s fishing zone from three to six nautical miles.

    It is unclear if the rearming of the terrorist organization Hamas and Islamic Jihad violates the terms of the negotiated cease fire. But it is clear that Iran is using that opportunity to rearm both terrorists entities.


    Iran a self declared state sponsor of terrorism - CNN iReport
     
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    Shut it Wild Mongol Turk.

    Death of 2 million people



    Introduction


    In 1915, leaders of the Turkish government set in motion a plan to expel and massacre Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire. Though reports vary, most sources agree that there were about 2 million Armenians in the Ottoman Empire at the time of the massacre. By the early 1920s, when the massacres and deportations finally ended, some 1.5 million of Turkey’s Armenians were dead, with many more forcibly removed from the country. Today, most historians call this event a genocide–a premeditated and systematic campaign to exterminate an entire people. However, the Turkish government does not acknowledge the enormity or scope of these events. Despite pressure from Armenians and social justice advocates throughout the world, it is still illegal in Turkey to talk about what happened to Armenians during this era.

    The Roots of Genocide: The Ottoman Empire

    The Armenian people have made their home in the Caucasus region of Eurasia for some 3,000 years. For some of that time, the kingdom of Armenia was an independent entity–at the beginning of the 4th century AD, for instance, it became the first nation in the world to make Christianity its official religion–but for the most part, control of the region shifted from one empire to another. During the 15th century, Armenia was absorbed into the mighty Ottoman Empire.

    Did You Know?

    American news outlets have also been reluctant to use the word “genocide” to describe Turkey’s crimes. The phrase “Armenian genocide” did not appear in the New York Times until 2004.

    The Ottoman rulers, like most of their subjects, were Muslim. They permitted religious minorities like the Armenians to maintain some autonomy, but they also subjected Armenians, who they viewed as “infidels,” to unequal and unjust treatment. Christians had to pay higher taxes than Muslims, for example, and they had very few political and legal rights.

    In spite of these obstacles, the Armenian community thrived under Ottoman rule. They tended to be better educated and wealthier than their Turkish neighbors, who in turn tended to resent their success. This resentment was compounded by suspicions that the Christian Armenians would be more loyal to Christian governments (that of the Russians, for example, who shared an unstable border with Turkey) than they were to the Ottoman caliphate.

    These suspicions grew more acute as the Ottoman Empire crumbled. At the end of the 19th century, the despotic Turkish Sultan Abdul Hamid II–obsessed with loyalty above all, and infuriated by the nascent Armenian campaign to win basic civil rights–declared that he would solve the “Armenian question” once and for all. “I will soon settle those Armenians,” he told a reporter in 1890. “I will give them a box on the ear which will make them…relinquish their revolutionary ambitions.”

    The First Armenian Massacre

    Between 1894 and 1896, this “box on the ear” took the form of a state-sanctioned pogrom. In response to large scale protests by Armenians, Turkish military officials, soldiers and ordinary men sacked Armenian villages and cities and massacred their citizens. Hundreds of thousands of Armenians were murdered.

    The Rise of the Young Turks

    In 1908, a new government came to power in Turkey. A group of reformers who called themselves the “Young Turks” overthrew Sultan Abdul Hamid and established a more modern constitutional government. At first, the Armenians were hopeful that they would have an equal place in this new state, but they soon learned that what the nationalistic Young Turks wanted most of all was to “Turkify” the empire. According to this way of thinking, non-Turks–and especially Christian non-Turks–were a grave threat to the new state

    World War I

    In 1914, the Turks entered World War I on the side of Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. (At the same time, Ottoman religious authorities declared jihad, or holy war, against all Christians except their allies.) Military leaders began to argue that the Armenians were traitors: If they thought they could win independence if the Allies were victorious, this argument went, the Armenians would be eager to fight for the enemy. As the war intensified, Armenians organized volunteer battalions to help the Russian army fight against the Turks in the Caucasus region. These events, and general Turkish suspicion of the Armenian people, led the Turkish government to push for the “removal” of the Armenians from the war zones along the Eastern Front.

    Genocide Begins
    On April 24, 1915, the Armenian genocide began. That day, the Turkish government arrested and executed several hundred Armenian intellectuals. After that, ordinary Armenians were turned out of their homes and sent on death marches through the Mesopotamian desert without food or water. Frequently, the marchers were stripped naked and forced to walk under the scorching sun until they dropped dead. People who stopped to rest were shot.

    At the same time, the Young Turks created a “Special Organization,” which in turn organized “killing squads” or “butcher battalions” to carry out, as one officer put it, “the liquidation of the Christian elements.” These killing squads were often made up of murderers and other ex-convicts. They drowned people in rivers, threw them off cliffs, crucified them and burned them alive. In short order, the Turkish countryside was littered with Armenian corpses.

    Records show that during this “Turkification”campaign government squads also kidnapped children, converted them to Islam and gave them to Turkish families. In some places, they raped women and forced them to join Turkish “harems” or serve as slaves. Muslim families moved into the homes of deported Armenians and seized their property.

    In 1922, when the genocide was over, there were just "388,000" Armenians remaining in the Ottoman Empire.


    The Armenian Genocide Today

    After the Ottomans surrendered in 1918, the leaders of the Young Turks fled to Germany, which promised not to prosecute them for the genocide. (However, a group of Armenian nationalists devised a plan, known as Operation Nemesis, to track down and assassinate the leaders of the genocide.) Ever since then, the Turkish government has denied that a genocide took place. The Armenians were an enemy force, they argue, and their slaughter was a necessary war measure. Today, Turkey is an important ally of the U.S. and other Western nations, and so their governments have likewise been reluctant to condemn the long-ago killings. In March 2010, a U.S. Congressional panel at last voted to recognize the genocide.

    Armenian Genocide - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com
     
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    Canada continues to list Iranian regime as state sponsor of terrorism

    Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird that secretly visited Iraq on Wednesday declared Canada would stand by the people of Iraq but rejected improving relations with the Iranian regime for countering ISIS (ISIL) in Iraq.
    Baird, whose travel plans had been a closely guarded secret, is there to provide both moral and material support to Iraq, Ottawa Citizen reported.
    “Baird was unwilling to cut neighbouring Iran any slack, despite that country’s stated opposition to ISIL’s advance and recent signals that it’s willing to work with the U.S. and its allies. Canada still lists Iran as a state sponsor of terrorism,” the report said.
    “Obviously we have a very different view when it comes to the government of Tehran,” Baird said.
    The Iranian regime “could suspend its considerable support to terrorist organizations not just around the region, but around the world,” he said.
    Baird also urged the Iraqi leadership to come together and govern for all Iraqis, regardless of religious or ethnic background. “We want to be able to see the government here stand on its two feet and fight terrorism,” he said.
    Earlier, Baird’s unity message was reinforced by opposition MPs Paul Dewar and Marc Garneau, the NDP and Liberal foreign affairs critics, who accompanied Baird at his request in a show of non-partisan political solidarity.


    Canada continues to list Iranian regime as state sponsor of terrorism
     
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    Matey please delete this thread or want Mods to delete this thread. Peace