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Comment on Of Maps and Men by danny

Tue, 2014-10-28 00:46

…Pathetic!

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Mustap

Tue, 2014-10-28 00:14

Again, a pathetic puppy of the mountains is desperately craving for attention.

Sorry pal, go find your daily K9 bones somewhere else. Check with Geagea. He may have some left overs.

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by danny

Mon, 2014-10-27 23:34

Lally the daesh is broken down and melted away…He is in a KSA state of wiser mind. Poor sucker is seeing his great aviators’ accomplishments against itself (ISIL)…It has been broken down to three words. blah blah blah…Poetic. :P

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Mustap

Mon, 2014-10-27 23:10

Danny said to lally there is no limit on how idiotic a Geagea puppy can be….

blah blah blah…..

lally concurs…. blah blah blah….

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by lally

Mon, 2014-10-27 22:48

Well Danny, he actually said he thought that I am fluent in Arabic………which made me wonder about his own fluency….)

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by danny

Mon, 2014-10-27 22:23

Lally the resident Daesh lies a lot. Not only he has not forgotten his Arabic; he is a devout wahabi who only believes in his Law… Don’t believe in every sentence it writes…It is totally Ice sister!!

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by lally

Mon, 2014-10-27 22:12

Danny….recall this in reply to Samer?:

“Don’t worry about it. I went through a period similar to what you said and I thought I forgot Arabic. But it came back quickly once I met some Arabs. I too don’t meet Arabs here anymore, but I travel to Arab countries very often, at least pnce a year, but can’t last for more than two weeks at most.

If you were born an Arab phone, you will remain Arab phone throughout.

From what I see, your Arabic is perfectly understood.

POSTED BY MUSTAP | OCTOBER 8, 2014, 10:53 PM”

Does this line up with the Iceman’s CV?

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Mustap

Mon, 2014-10-27 21:36

Danny said to Gobra blah blah blah……

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by danny

Mon, 2014-10-27 19:13

Gabby….When you have a moment…Mustapha and the Iceman same profession? Another coincidence lol. From Bin Ladens to Bush to Abu Bakr el Baghdadi…

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Ray

Mon, 2014-10-27 18:13

Betting on 70 and counting.

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by danny

Mon, 2014-10-27 14:46

“Coastal city Aleppo ….”??? Check the geography…

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Comment on Translating Disney’s Frozen into Arabic by hananon90

Mon, 2014-10-27 12:38

Do you know what is the best thing about this article? Perspective.
Wherever you go, everyone is talking about the Arabic language and how we are using it less everyday. This article, on the other hand, presents a refreshing point of view.

Classic Arabic is a beautiful language, but I agree that Disney shouldn’t have used it for translating Frozen. Using the Egyptian dialect would have been much closer to the actual script…much less frigid.

In short, I do believe that we should preserve our Classic Arabic language, but I think that we need to think and decide if it will serve the purpose or not before we use it.

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by lally

Mon, 2014-10-27 07:48

OK. Who in the hell from the Daesh cadres employs this manner of speech to describe their war crimes? Doesn’t sound too Chechen to me…..

“…forced to bring closure”? Who wrote this? It sounds like the doublespeak employed by professional mouthpieces in defense of whoring celebs/politicos and/or atrocities committed by the State. Orwell would be impressed.

“We warn the Lebanese army against any military escalation targeting Sunnis in Tripoli,” the Al-Nusra statement said.

“We call on it to lift its siege and accept a peaceful solution, or else we will be forced in the coming hours to bring closure to the issue of the soldiers we are holding hostage, given that they are prisoners of war.”

The Al-Qaeda affiliate initially threatened to start executing its prisoners from 0800 GMT but then issued a second statement extending the deadline to 1200 GMT.

“At that time the execution can still be postponed or cancelled if the army agrees” to our demands, the later statement said.

http://www.riyadhvision.com/2014/10/27/syria-qaeda-threatens-lebanon-prisoners-tripoli-unrest/

The Lebanese public is subjected to much more direct threats to their captured ones. What are the chances that more of the public executions of Lebanon’s soldier sons will incite great waves of sentiment to appease the Daesh or alternatively, to crush them?

Stay tuned…..

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by lally

Mon, 2014-10-27 06:59

As Tripoli proceeds, is Lebanese unity building around the LAF taking on the salafists? How successful are the efforts to gin up sectarian hate in order to encourage “Sunni” sedition by recruiting young martyrs for Daesh? I see more promotion of this meme by the Western media and their go-to “experts” than in the local reports.

What is the % of Sunni fighters in the LAF?

Coastal city Aleppo simply cannot be allowed to fall into Daesh hands. Too bad that political correctness dictates that the full forces of Lebanese fighters can’t be openly employed to do what they do best. Yet.

Day 2 or 3?:

“After pleas from residents and mediation by clerics, the army allowed thousands of civilians who had been caught in the crossfire for hours to flee Bab al-Tebbaneh.

The AFP journalist on the spot described chaotic scenes as people of all ages left their ravaged neighbourhood.

Many of the women walked out in their pyjamas, crying as they and the men were searched by army and intelligence troops.

Men carried out children and elderly people too weak to walk.

Five wounded civilians and dozens of people suffering from illness were evacuated in Red Cross ambulances.

Many went to stay with relatives. Others were put up in schools, which the authorities said would be closed on Monday, along with universities, because of the violence.

It is unclear how long the informal humanitarian truce will last, and the army has said it has no intention on letting up on the fight.

“We are going through with this operation to the end,” a military source said.”

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/10/27/thousands-flee-during-truce-tripoli

Sounds like “Bring it on” to me.

May they prevail.

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Akbar Palace

Mon, 2014-10-27 04:58

Danny,

I suppose if Israel’s security wasn’t tested on a daily basis by racists like Hamas, the PA, HA, Baathist Syria, and the theocracies of Iran and ISIS, I wouldn’t be as hostile. It is hard for me to be as forgiving as the Israeli president in this sour atmosphere.

The oil issue only underscores the myth that there is (or was) an oil shortage, which we were led to believe by Jimmah Carter and OPEC back in the 70s.

When OPEC is united, they turn off the spigot. When there’s disunity, like today, they turn it on and wide open.

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by danny

Mon, 2014-10-27 01:00

AP,

Good for the prez! As far as the oil prices are concerned…why the racist comment! It the Joos silly!

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Akbar Palace

Sun, 2014-10-26 17:19

Israeli president acknowledges Kafr Qassam atrocity…

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4584353,00.html

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Akbar Palace

Sun, 2014-10-26 00:47

Supply and Demand Ray. When Sunnis and Shiites get mad at each other, they flood the markets with oil to decrease revenues and hurt the more fragile economies.

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Ray

Sat, 2014-10-25 19:27

Declining oil prices. Finally!

How this phenomena is now happening to be taking place is an inverse paradox.

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