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Discussion in 'Arab Defence Forum' started by al-Hasani, Nov 14, 2014.
unfortunately, there us manner in war, we dont practice it then thats our fault.
No, I was saying that comparing the reality of the UAE military TODAY with that of 25 years ago makes no sense. Hence it being irrelevant to the current strengths and abilities of the UAE army. You obviously did not read what was written. I also objected to equaling the UAE army as mercenaries which is nonsense that no military analyst agrees with. Once again the 1980's are over. Just like events that took place 1000 years ago when Arabs ruled half of the world are irrelevant in this topic.
LOL. 1000 Saudi Arabians joined the fight at most. Against the Soviets that had killed 2-3 million Afghans. How many Pakistanis let alone Afghans fought in comparison? You do the math.
So quickly? It took a few years. I have not made any comparisons. I just answered your claim of KSA not having faced any insurgency which is factually wrong.
Keep blaming your miseries and problems on outsiders. That will solve them for sure!
I am sorry. I misunderstood you for someone mature.
Keep watching POGO my dear.
Afghans are not Pakistanis you know...........
insurgencies are almost impassible to put down you know............
i dont blame, i just tell hat someone was involved.
oh wow, i hear that too damn much
And you still roam around these dark terrifying deadly valleys of PDF, unaccompanied?
No, they are not but Pakistani Pashtuns are Pakistanis last time I checked and there were 1000 times more Pakistani volunteers than any Saudi Arabians (at most 1000 people) or other Arabs. In fact this is completely natural as Afghanistan is your neighborhood. Just as it is purely natural that Arabs are the majority players in Syria and Iraq as this happens in their backyard. Similarly practically every member of the drug cartels in Mexico (that mind you have killed many more people than ISIS) are Mexicans or other Central Americans.
Yes, in the case of Pakistan it is now difficult due to their size and strength and the geography and a unstable Afghanistan nearby. It will be a difficult battle to win but ultimately such groups will always get defeated. Same with ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
Yet "that someone" was less involved than yourself and speaking about parties that were involved you are speaking about dozens of countries.
At the end of the day you are talking about a few handful of decision makers and people from the countries of those few decision makers cannot be blamed. Especially not when those people have not elected their leaders. Just so you know.
and another group will take its place
WTH? who should accompany me? and is this dangerous?
Not necessarily. It depends on what you do to prevent such groups from emerging. The main causes for people joining such groups in the Muslim world is poverty and sometimes political oppression. If they are operating in unstable countries they can grow in size. In stable countries such as KSA you will not see ISIS doing what they do in Syria and Iraq. Also at least it's easier to control such groups if they are in a "sleeper cell mode".
Speaking about Pakistan. What are you doing in FATA to prevent people there from joining Taliban and other groups? What are the solutions in other words in your opinion?
I would, If you really have a pretty face like your profile pic.
Yes, It is dangerous for unaccompanied minors.
Yes, an Army that sings only Kumbayah is the best by that standard.
............i am a dood,
and i am not a minor, i am 18
use Mr Google on her...................
and you shall see the light
UAE has some quality Airforce , they are well equipped , but again lack of War experience and Navy .. as we see the size of UAE a small but well trained army with a good Airforce can easily deal with any external threat , and as far as i know , UAE dont have any jihadi element in their country , so there wont be any internal threat ..
they should focus on Navy ...