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originally posted by: yorkshirelad
a reply to: Walsh
And what about all the muslim-muslim conflicts. THe shias and sunnis have been at each others throats across the region for decades. Many of those conflicts did not involve one single western boot on the ground. Now we can bleat on about yeah but we provided blah blah but that is pathetic attempt to ignore mulim fingers pulling the trigger to kill another muslim. When we look at those figures its runs into the MILLIONS for the late 20th century to now.
Using the "death of muslims at the hands of US" is merely pathetic attempt to justify slaughter by brainwashed people with no moral compass. Shame on those who fall for that nonsense. Two wrongs do not make a right.
It is about time the total number of dead muslims shot directly by other muslims is reported.
I mean this pathetic argument is spouted forth by teenagers here in Britain who wish to "go to Syria to avenge the death of their muslim brothers and sisters at the hands of the evil US".....oh yeah by killing who ? Let me think.... Syrian Army soldiers who just happen to be ... muslims !!!! Oh and now these avengers are chopping the heads off people in villages in Syria and Iraq......muslim heads
The hypocrisy of the angry Muslim knows no bounds.
originally posted by: whyamIhere
In fiscal year 2013, 50.6 Billion dollars
We gave Turkey 50.6 million last year.
Not one more penny in aid to any of these ungrateful bastards.
aid to Turkey Wiki
originally posted by: all2human
a reply to: sirlancelot
Yes we should blame an entire nation for the actions of a few
Its the right thing to do..
Members of a Turkish ultra-nationalist youth organization who were taken into custody over assaulting U.S. sailors in Istanbul have been released by the prosecution.
Twelve members of the Turkish Youth Union (TGB), who were accused of attacking three U.S. Navy sailors by putting sacks on their heads on Nov. 12, were sent to Istanbul’s Çağlayan courthouse in the early hours of Nov. 13 on allegations of injuring, insult and violation of the public demonstration law.
However the prosecutor executing the investigation has released the suspects from the courthouse without taking their deposition, Doğan News Agency has reported.