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Originally posted by Gazrok
reply to post by PageAlaCearl
and the only option is suicide bombing, go down shooting or die sitting there starving.
Or MOVE....that's what I would do.
It's not like the Gaza strip is paradise on Earth or anything.
I never could get that...
It's like Sam Kenison said...MOVE TO THE FOOD! We got deserts in America...we just don't LIVE in them... Words of wisdom.
So that is your reason to destroy a nation and a race?
Nobody said anything about jews.
While the thread is definitely anti-semetic, I didn't see anywhere, where the OP advocated either of these. Instead, so far, the OP has only said he believes they are evil. It dangerously skirts the area of hate speech, and I can't promise that another mod (or mods) may not deem it so.
Now I could be EXTREMELY misinformed here, but someone once told me that Israel has a sort of contingency plan that, if the event arises that Israel will no longer be recognized as a state, they will launch their nukes. A sort of "If we can't exist no one can" type deal. Again I cannot stress enough how wrong I could be about this, but I figure someone has to know...
The Samson Option is a term used by various commentators to describe Israel’s alleged deterrence strategy of massive retaliation with nuclear weapons as a “last resort” against nations whose military attacks threaten its existence, and possibly against other targets as well.  The phrase also has been used more generally to describe Israel's nuclear program.
Israel refuses to admit it has nuclear weapons or to describe how it would use them, an official policy of nuclear ambiguity, also known as "nuclear opacity." This has made it difficult for anyone outside the Israeli government to definitively describe its true nuclear policy, while still allowing Israel to influence the perceptions, strategies and actions of other governments.
Oh please, this is just another hate thread in sheep's clothing. Ugh.
Originally posted by PageAlaCearl
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Mohammed: The Qur'an adumbrates several principles that hover around a common theme: God does not love injustice and will assist those who are wrongly treated. And it focuses so much on this that the person most mentioned in the Qur'an is Moses -- who is presented as God's revolutionary, and who leads a people despised and tormented for no other reason than that they worshipped God, out of the land of bondage to the Promised Holy Land.
The Qur'an in Chapter 5: 20-21 states quite clearly: Moses said to his people: O my people! Remember the bounty of God upon you when He bestowed prophets upon you , and made you kings and gave you that which had not been given to anyone before you amongst the nations. O my people! Enter the Holy Land which God has written for you, and do not turn tail, otherwise you will be losers."
The Quran goes on to say why the Israelites were not allowed to enter the land for forty years...but the thrust of my analysis is where Moses says that the Holy Land is that which God has "written" for the Israelites. In both Jewish and Islamic understandings of the term "written", there is the meaning of finality, decisiveness and immutability. And so we have the Written Torah (unchangeable) and the Oral Torah (which represents change to suit times). And in the Qur'an we have "Written upon you is the fast"--to show that this is something that is decreed, and which none can change. So the simple fact is then, from a faith-based point of view: If God has "written" Israel for the people of Moses, who can change this? SOURCE
I get the impression from most Americans on here that any invader to the US could expect a very unwarm welcome and most would rather die than let anyone take over