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8/9/08 -- al Qaeda now bombing China

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posted on Aug, 10 2008 @ 12:31 AM
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8/9/08 -- al Qaeda aka Muslim Brotherhood aka CIA/MI-6/BND

I'm currently listing ongoing wars/conflicts at www.abovetopsecret.com... and this popped up at english.aljazeera.net... :

NOTE: this area is rich in uranium and CIA has been working it's war across southern Russia/Eurasia for years to get possession of it.

NOW AL QAEDA'S IN CHINA


[edit on 10-8-2008 by counterterrorist]

[edit on 10-8-2008 by counterterrorist]



posted on Aug, 10 2008 @ 01:24 AM
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Originally posted by counterterrorist
8/9/08 -- al Qaeda aka Muslim Brotherhood aka CIA/MI-6/BND

I'm currently listing ongoing wars/conflicts

Afghanistan - Civil war after western armies occupation (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Angola (Cabinda) - Secessionist war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Algeria - Civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Azerbaijan (Nagorno-Karabakh) - Secessionist war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Brazil (São Paulo) - Criminal insurgency (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Burundi - Transition after civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Cambodia - Recovery from dictatorship (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Central African Republic - Political instability (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Chad - Rebellion for state control (involving Sudan) (temporary link to Wikipedia)
China (Xinjiang) - Independentist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
China/Taiwan - Independentist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Colombia - Civil war involving criminal and paramilitary groups (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Comoros - Political unrest (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Congo, Democratic Republic of - Civil war involving more countries (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Congo, Republic of - Transition after civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Côte d'Ivoire - Recovery after civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Cyprus - Turkish military occupation (temporary link to Wikipedia)
East Timor - Transition after independence (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Eritrea/Ethiopia - Border dispute (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Ethiopia (Gambela) - Inter-ethnic dispute (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Ethiopia (Ogaden) - Secessionist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Ethiopia (Oromia) - Secessionist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Fiji Islands - Inter-ethnic dispute (temporary link to Wikipedia)
France (Corsica) - Autonomist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Gaza strip - Civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Georgia (Abkhazia) - Secessionist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Georgia (South Ossetia) - Secessionist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Guinea - Political violence (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Haiti - Political violence after dictatorship (temporary link to Wikipedia)
India - Maoist Naxalite insurgency (temporary link to Wikipedia)
India (Assam) - Autonomist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
India (Punjab) - Independentist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
India (Tripura) - Rebellion (temporary link to Wikipedia)
India/Pakistan - Dispute over Kashmir (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Indonesia (Aceh) - Autonomist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Indonesia (Moluccas) - Civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Indonesia (West Papua) - Secessionist conflict (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Indonesia (Sulawesi) - Religious inter-ethnic conflict (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Iraq - Civil war after western armies occupation (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Israel-Palestine - Military occupation of the West Bank (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Kenya - Political unrest (temporary link to Alertnet)
Korea - Armistice agreement not yet followed by a peace treaty (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Laos - Persecution of the Hmong minority (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Lebanon/Israel - Part of the wider Arab-Israeli conflict (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Liberia - Transition after civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Mexico - Criminal and paramilitary guerrilla (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Mexico (Chiapas) - Autonomist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Moldova (Transnistria) - Secessionist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Morocco (Plazas de soberanía) - Dispute over territory control (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Myanmar - Internal ethnic conflict (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Nepal - Transition after Maoist insurgency for state control (BIPPI dossier)
Niger - Tuareg rebellion involving Mali (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Nigeria (Niger delta) - Ethnic rebellion (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Northern Ireland - Secessionist guerrilla (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Pakistan (Balochistan) - Autonomy claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Pakistan (Waziristan) - Pro-Taliban insurgency (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Peru - Maoist insurgency for state control (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Philippines - Maoist insurgency for state control (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Philippines (Mindanao) - Secessionist guerrilla (BIPPI dossier)
Russian federation (Chechnya) - Independentist war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Rwanda - Transition after civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Saudi Arabia - Khawarij insurgency for state control (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Senegal (Casamance) - Secessionist guerrilla (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Serbia (Kosovo) - Secessionist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Sierra Leone - Recovery after civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Solomon Islands - Civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Somalia - Civil war involving Ethiopia (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Spain (Basque Country) - Secessionist guerrilla (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Sri Lanka - Secessionist war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Sudan (Darfur) - Secessionist war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Sudan (Eastern Front) - Autonomist claims (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Sudan (Southern front) - Transition after civil war (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Thailand (Southern region) - Secessionist insurgency (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Tibet - Military occupation (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Turkey/Kurdistan - Secessionist guerrilla (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Uganda - Civil war involving Southern Sudan (temporary link to Wikipedia)
Vietnam (Montagnards) - Persecution of the Montagnards (temporary link to Human Rights Watch)
Western Sahara - Dispute over territory control (BIPPI dossier)
Yemen - Ideological rebellion (BIPPI dossier)



Wow!!
Why do all the conflicts in the worlds today involve the Religon of Peace?



posted on Aug, 10 2008 @ 11:37 AM
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Originally posted by Alxandro

Wow!!
Why do all the conflicts in the worlds today involve the Religion of Peace?


What do you mean? -- the religion of peace versus the religion of war?



posted on Aug, 10 2008 @ 01:58 PM
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Probably because just like the others, it's not a religion of peace. Read the books of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and they are all full of hate and instructions on who to kill, sometimes like the Danites, even when they are a peaceful people, 'god' instructs to massacre them all.



posted on Aug, 11 2008 @ 12:10 AM
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Apparently the religion of Jesus and James perished and the religion of Paul took over, which became 'State Christianity'. Am researching it now.



posted on Aug, 11 2008 @ 12:15 AM
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One thing is for sure, the infiltration of Islam into China is Islam's death warrant... All hell is soon to break out.

[edit on 11-8-2008 by SpeakerofTruth]



posted on Aug, 11 2008 @ 12:35 AM
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EDIT.

[edit on 11-8-2008 by Mikeraphone]



posted on Aug, 11 2008 @ 12:52 AM
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Makes me feel quite happy to be an atheist at times like this...

Maybe we should just abolish religion and inject a little common sense into the world?



posted on Aug, 11 2008 @ 10:06 AM
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Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
One thing is for sure, the infiltration of Islam into China is Islam's death warrant... All hell is soon to break out.

[edit on 11-8-2008 by SpeakerofTruth]


very interesting observation.

especially since CIA (FED) and MI-6 (Bank of England/City of London) and BND (Bundesbank) are the "islamics" doing the infiltration.

who are the same folks who funded Hitler and Hitler's Moslem Brotherhood aka al Qaeda not to mention Saudi Arabia (bin Laden)



posted on Aug, 11 2008 @ 10:10 AM
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Originally posted by mr-lizard
Makes me feel quite happy to be an atheist at times like this...

Maybe we should just abolish religion and inject a little common sense into the world?


it's not religion per se -- it's the use of the word 'religion' by the corporate media to portray murder and genocide and theft and drug running as a result of worshipping one's creator -- or at least, acknowledging one's creator.

'religion' doesn't do anything -- social engineering, mind control, media manipulation etc ARE AT WAR WITH every new born child (humans need care and love).




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