Muslim Father Aziz Yazdanpanah Honor-Massacres Entire Family . . . in Texas (Blog opinion)

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posted on Dec, 29 2011 @ 12:50 AM
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Originally posted by HellsTruant
our country


Are you native 1rst Nation indian by chance ?


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posted on Dec, 29 2011 @ 12:52 AM
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Do a google search for 'Yazdanpanah' and 'muslim'. You'll find the family came from Iran, was Muslim, and did celebrate Christmas as a cultural holiday.

Dressing as Santa and decorating evergreen trees and gift giving don't have any relation to Jesus' birth any more than Rabbits and Eggs and candy have with Jesus' death. The roots of many holidays have pagan roots, not Christian, so some recognize these as cultural or secular holidays.



posted on Dec, 29 2011 @ 01:35 AM
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Originally posted by steveknows
Also I don't see coalition troops walking into crowds of people and exploding a bomb. I also don't see coalition troops dressed in civilian clothing pretending to be part of that society while at the same time planning to kill innocent men women and children in that society.


Oh yeah? Explain this:


2001-2003 : The Project on Defense Alternatives estimated that in a 3-month period between October 7, 2001 and January 1, 2002, at least 1,000-1,300 civilians were directly killed by the U.S.-led aerial bombing campaign[4], and that by mid-January 2002, at least 3,200 more Afghans had died of "starvation, exposure, associated illnesses, or injury sustained while in flight from war zones", as a result of the U.S. war and airstrikes.
The Los Angeles Times found that in a 5-month period from October 7, 2001 to February 28, 2002, there were between 1,067 and 1,201 civilian deaths from the bombing campaign reported in U.S., British, and Pakistani newspapers and international wire services.[6]
A 2002 analysis by The Guardian estimated that as many as 20,000 Afghans died in 2001 as an indirect result of the initial U.S. airstrikes and ground invasion.[7]
Professor Marc W. Herold of the University of New Hampshire estimated that in the 20-month period between October 7, 2001 and June 3, 2003, at least 3,100 to 3,600 civilians were directly killed by U.S.-led forces.[8]



2005: Professor Marc W. Herold of the University of New Hampshire estimated at least 408-478 Afghan civilians were directly killed by U.S./NATO actions.



2006:Human Rights Watch estimated at least 230 Afghan civilians were killed by US or NATO attacks in 2006: 116 by airstrikes and 114 by ground fire.
Professor Marc W. Herold of the University of New Hampshire estimated at least 653-769 Afghan civilians were directly killed by U.S./NATO actions.



2007:Human Rights Watch estimated at least 434 Afghan civilians were killed by US or NATO attacks in 2007: 321 by airstrikes and 113 by ground fire. Another 57 civilians were killed in crossfire, and 192 died under unclear circumstances.
Professor Marc W. Herold of the University of New Hampshire estimated at least 1,010-1,297 Afghan civilians were directly killed by U.S./NATO actions.



2008:The Afghanistan Rights Monitor(ARM) estimated that over 1,620 civilians were killed by U.S.-led military forces in 2008, including 680 killed in airstrikes. ARM also estimated that military operations by US-led NATO and coalition forces caused at least 2,800 injuries and displaced 80,000 people from their homes.[16][19]
Professor Marc W. Herold of the University of New Hampshire estimated at least 864-1,017 Afghan civilians were directly killed by U.S./NATO foreign forces in 2008



2009:The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) attributed 596 Afghan civilian deaths as having been caused by international-led military forces in 2009, representing about a quarter of the 2,412 Afghan civilian deaths it recorded as having been caused by the war in 2009



2010:The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) attributed 440 Afghan civilian deaths as having been caused by U.S.-led military forces in 2010



2011:The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) attributed 207 Afghan civilian deaths as having been caused by U.S.-led military forces in the first six months of 2011



posted on Dec, 29 2011 @ 02:15 AM
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Riiiiiight. That explains the Christians who flood churches on Christmas..... Not to mention it's called CHRISTmas....



posted on Dec, 29 2011 @ 02:17 AM
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Originally posted by DbriefedYou'll find the family came from Iran,


So all Chinese people now are Buddhists ? and all americans are
televangelists ? And you also believe everything
that you read on the internet too ?
Do you even know (apparently not) that Iranians are jewish
aswell as christians ?


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posted on Dec, 29 2011 @ 02:31 AM
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Originally posted by My.mind.is.mine

Originally posted by MisterBurns
Not sure about the honour killings, at least the murderer is dead and if he was religious, mighty dissapointed right now.

I was watching a program on FBI versus American bread muslims who turned to 'jihad' and wanted to fight Americans under the belief that the west wanted to destroy the religion.

Well, I beleive that if Christians wanted to burn witches nowadays this too would be illegal as it is against the human rights of witches.

The only thing the civilised world wants is human rights, and if your religion abuses those rights then there is a problem. If you beleive that honour killings, stoning to death of adulterers and other various barbaric acts against hmanity are OK because Allah says so, then you tkae that beleif to a country whose justice system is based on human rights and democracy and rights to a fair trial, then there is going to be some issues.

Stop thinking we want to eradicate Muslims, we just dont want your barbaric (or any religions) medievil actions in the 21st Century.


Religion has nothing to do with going over the edge. You don't seem to have used any facts while formulating your statement. Not only is murder forbidden, but so is suicide. 0.o


Facts:

1. The man is a murderer (innocent until proven guilty, the race/religion/colour is irrelevant)
2. There is no mainstream adgenda to wipe out Muslims
3. No religion shall be above the law in a democratic society such as US, UK, France, GE, etc etc etc.

Facts 3 - made up # 0

What are you talking about, murder is forbidden and so is suicide, I dont get it, soldiers killing innocent people is murder, wearing a vest full of explosives and blowing yourself up, is suicide and murder, there is only one religion whose extremists are committing both of these?

I agree that western governments have committed murder and there are probably millions paid in damages which is acceptable in those countries.

So well done for claiming your mind is yours, yet again your mind seems to miss the point of a valid post.



posted on Dec, 29 2011 @ 02:33 AM
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In spite of reminders and warnings, this has gotten offtopic again.

Amendment to closing note
Because there is no other report saying was a Muslim honor killing AND the source is an anti-Muslim blog AND the topic consistently strayed from attempts to verify the truth into a flame war, it's the decision of the staff that this topic will remain permanently closed.
edit on 29-12-2011 by Byrd because: (no reason given)





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