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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Akbar Palace

Mon, 2014-11-24 21:46

Imagine Whirled Peas

Ray,

Like I mentioned a few posts back, the UAE expressed their concern about Iran on Fox News, and I found it to be rather eye-opening.

Here in the US, the assumption is only Israel is concerned about Iran, and that only Israel is forcing Obama to do something about Iran. In this narrow view, many here in the US have the impression Israel is going to force a war that the rest of the world doesn’t want. Israeli and Zionist “warmongering” is blamed; not Iran.

Sure would be good if arabs and jews could work together, don’t you think?

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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Ray

Mon, 2014-11-24 21:46

They are now pretty much a flapping fish that need to guess how long they can survive out of the water or jump back into the “wide sea and figure out an alternative model of survival and progress.

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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Ray

Mon, 2014-11-24 21:39

What will be the Saudi stance on the outcome of the Iran talks in Vienna this week?

That will be a tricky one for them during the OPEC meeting :)

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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Mustap

Mon, 2014-11-24 18:08

Ha ha

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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Vulcan

Mon, 2014-11-24 09:59

Oh what a real Muslim mysoginist … I find your deep insecurities such a true sad result of your cult..
Sincerely,
Sherly Levine

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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Ray

Sun, 2014-11-23 20:56

Akbar,

Funny !? So does this blog. But you’re on it :)

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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Mustap

Sun, 2014-11-23 19:53

Samer was right about global warming. It’s happening and the end is near for everyone,

http://grist.org/list/goodbye-everyone-a-massive-hole-has-opened-at-the-end-of-the-world/?utm_source=outbrain&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=outbrain-trending

…………….

We already established your foolishness gringa V.

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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Vulcan

Sun, 2014-11-23 11:10

What a fool you are.

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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Mustap

Sun, 2014-11-23 02:59

The Empire strikes back

After more than 200 years of wandering in the wilderness, the empire would be very delighted to reintegrate its wandering rebels back to the realm of the Royal House. Canada would be eager to facilitate the process by considering the events of 1812 as they never happened. Her Majesty would favorably consider appointing B.H. Obama as a Vice Regent of the colonies. Your 250 years of anarchical rule looks like is coming to an end and for good reasons

His Wise Majesty of the Wise Kingdom, on the other hand, would be delighted to welcome a new member to the club despite past incomptencies of the would-be regent, hoping that the new position would spark wisdom in the new Regent.

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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Vulcan

Sat, 2014-11-22 11:15

I second that. And also add a vote for HH Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed. The UAE should be an example for all the Arabs to follow.

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Comment on An Interview with Omar Khouri by Akbar Palace

Sat, 2014-11-22 02:16

Sheik Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s interview with Brent Baier of Fox News was great. Need more leaders like this man.

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Ray

Fri, 2014-11-21 22:17

Demand and Supply.

Such a democratic process.

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Ray

Fri, 2014-11-21 22:13

That explains the uptick in Oil prices today :)

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Comment on Of Maps and Men by Mustap

Fri, 2014-11-21 18:49

The Wise Foreign Minister of the Wise Kingdom tutored, in the last two days, Russian Putin on matters concerning world affairs. Putin was very appreciative and receptive to the words of wisdom he heard from the wise minister.

Among other things, The Wise Minister raised the level of Putin’s understanding on how the world should look like especially in the Syriac region. An agreement was struck on removing the obstacles impeding the resolution of the Syrian problem. Syria will have as a result of this agreement a future free of Assad thuggery and tashbeeh.

Putin was very grateful for the visit of the Wise Minister and wished such visit took place much earlier so that Russia and much of the world could have avoided the many pitfalls that they went through. Russia, in particular, suffered greatly as a result of its deprivation from wisdom for quite sometime, but now brought to it by the recent visit.

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