@ps3linux @fitpOsitive @Hamartia Antidote @Fawadqasim1 @Itachi, don't miss. Reminds me of the robot AMEE from the film Red Planet.
Forced ? If Pakistan had been besieged for years by tens of thousands of international terrorists supported openly by Western + GCC governments, would you call any local mobilization by the government as forced ?The SAA forced one of my friends to join them
Of course the FSA would, after all the FSA and its political wing, the SNC ( Syrian National Council ) are the creations of CIA and other Western intelligences.and the FSA helped him leave to America.
What's wrong in being a secularist ? Even Jinnah was one despite his spearheading of the Pakistan movement. Did you know that in India two senior BJP leaders - LK Advani and Jaswant Singh - were sidelined from the party because those two called Jinnah as secular ? Do you want to be on the same page as BJP ?He is a kaafir, a tyrant and a secularist.
Those so-called rebels ( "moderate rebels" who behead people, eat the organs of Syrian soldiers ) and throw people from top of buildings, want to establish a Taliban state. Do you want that too ? Does your Syrian friend want that ?The rebels are fighting for their freedom and their right to rule themselves.
Does that mean in India the BJP should rule forever because they claim to represent the majority religion in India ( Hinduism ) ? And like the Alawi in Syria the Muslims in India are minority. What should we do about that ? Do we let continue India to be a majoritarian dictatorship or like the Syrian Baath movement, enable a progressive movement to govern India ?If they are the majority why should they let themselves become subject to an alawi dictator? Even if he didn't do anything bad, the fact that he is an alawi is enough reason to fight against him.
Checked accordingly. Our tone and being respectful versus our expertise, shouldn't be mixed at all.