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Comment on A Puzzling Escalation in the Golan by lally

Tue, 2015-01-20 07:37

The choppers firing kill shots story is already falling apart thanks to UNDOF reports of UAVs.
Truth be told, trained Nusra operating surface-to-surface weaponry are sufficient to do the job given the targeting coordinates.

Nusra was complaining of Israeli poaching on their operational scalps.

I keep seeing the claim that the killings were related to the business with the American>Israeli run agent. Whomever was the close-in asset has surely been burned. It may have been judged to be worth the cost.

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Comment on A Puzzling Escalation in the Golan by Vulcan

Tue, 2015-01-20 07:24

“The zios can’t penetrate HA on their own…it must be an inside job…it must be a mole” this analysis is truly wasted here, you should apply for a job man, the intelligence community is missing a genius

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Comment on A Puzzling Escalation in the Golan by Mustap

Tue, 2015-01-20 06:10

Nasrallah’s hot air is obviously matched by similar zio hot air.

Who’s caplable of doing what?

I’m sure hezbos have succeded in melting the zio matrix of mind warping.

So, my premise is still valid. Absence of zios abilities to penetrate hezbos collective, only one possibility remains. A mole supplied the zios with the necessary intel to pull it off.

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Comment on A Puzzling Escalation in the Golan by Mustap

Tue, 2015-01-20 04:34

Most important question that no one yet raised.

Who gave the Zios the intel about the location and the presence of the target of the 12 hezbos/RGs?

I believe it’s an inside job from within the resistance block.

Zios are not capable of penetrating HA on their own and based on their surveillance technology.

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Comment on A Puzzling Escalation in the Golan by Mustap

Mon, 2015-01-19 22:57

How could an American suggest that America is a mercenary country on par with an organization like HA?

I understand one has the right to be an idiot, as a birth right, but to sell idiocy to others at the risk of being called a traitor of America? Well, that’s something unheard of!!

Keep up the ‘good work’ and learn from Fox news how to do proper smear campaigns against 1/3 of the world population. And, while at it say hi to Murdoch for me.

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Comment on A Puzzling Escalation in the Golan by Vulcan

Mon, 2015-01-19 22:24

Prepare your shelters? And what about the Lebanese? what should they do?

Ibrahim Al Amin is salivating for a nuclear finale! Sort of like MLK’s “I have a dream”

http://www.al-akhbar.com/node/224145

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Comment on A Puzzling Escalation in the Golan by Akbar Palace

Mon, 2015-01-19 22:15

The real cowards, IMHO, are the white robed Saudis, who pay the Americans to fight their battles.

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Comment on A Puzzling Escalation in the Golan by Mustap

Mon, 2015-01-19 21:57

Nasrallah’s bravado hot potatoes, not withstanding, let’s add more to QN’s jigsaw puzzle. Here’s how the theory goes. Israel capitalizes on HA’s severe financial strains and executes its sting operation knowing full well HA is bloodied both literally and financially.

HA’s finances are cut by 60% by the Iranian masters, which is in perfect proportion to the slash in the mullahs oil income. Mullahs regular chicken banquets take precedence over supplying foreign mercenaries, otherwise severe problems may start brewing at home, if they haven’t already.

Israel, therefore, can execute a high profile mission knowing full well it is immune from retaliation. Those coward Zios, that’s what they do all the time. They don’t face you when you’re prepared and at full strength. They always wait for the right moment to catch you off guard – one more reason for us to unite and rally behind resistance, the one and only saviour…….

Now as you can see I’m leaving room here for the conspiracy theorists to come up with all sorts of crap about collusions and world wide plots to help the Zios in their struggles against the ‘most exalted’ resistance. But who can really tell crap is crap.

We’re inclined to think Nasrallah is full of hot air and will do nothing. His wry smile in the picture tells it all, and shows how beaten he actually is. I mean, c’mon that’s the second Mughniyeh and the first hasn’t yet been avenged, not to mention what’s his name that electronic engineer – o’ yeah Laqqis. His hands are tied and he knows it.

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Comment on Revisiting the Dystopia by Akbar Palace

Mon, 2015-01-19 14:59

The Middle East if falling apart. Now we know why…

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Comment on Revisiting the Dystopia by AIG

Mon, 2015-01-19 09:16

“The only consolation is that the camps have not yet begun to spawn militias, but if the conflict drags on, that will change.”

If the camps or the Syrian refugee community does not spawn militias in the short term, it will certainly happen in the long term. As time passes, the Syrians will organize as it sinks in that their refugee status is not temporary. They will start making demands of the Lebanese state. In about 10 years or so, the Syrian teenagers today will start making these demands with guns. If the refugee problem is not solved very soon (in a year or two), this problem will sink Lebanon as we know it. The current state will not survive.

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Comment on Revisiting the Dystopia by lally

Mon, 2015-01-19 06:00

Nadim Koteich retweeted
Arab Secularist @ArabSecularist · 7h 7 hours ago
Will @DRSAMIRGEAGEA, @NadimKoteich, @HaririSaad and the rest of the M14-ers cheer for Israel? Let’s watch and see!

Nadim Koteich retweeted
Abbas Yassine @A_Yass1 · 7h 7 hours ago
@ArabSecularist @DRSAMIRGEAGEA @NadimKoteich @HaririSaad their supporters are cheering, it’s not a surprise if they do it

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Comment on Revisiting the Dystopia by Akbar Palace

Mon, 2015-01-19 05:47

A public message from the good people at Qifa Nabki

Speaking of Lebanon, my suggestion for the Hezbos would be to spend more of their energy improving Lebanon, instead of tearing apart other countries.

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Comment on Revisiting the Dystopia by Mustap

Sun, 2015-01-18 22:43

It looks like I was beaten into bringing ‘strictly Lebanese’ comments that would suit the taste of the orangerie.

The Orangines of so-called Lebanon would perhaps consider the death of Mughniyeh’s son while doing so-called ‘jihad duty’ in the Syrian Golan heights along with 5 other comrades very Lebanese in nature which would necessitate commenting upon under this thread.

I do agree about the commenting part of it.

Please, let us know if the General would like us to observe three days of mournings. Perhaps a moment of silence that may go along with it.

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Comment on Revisiting the Dystopia by lally

Sun, 2015-01-18 21:40

Tony Badran @AcrossTheBay · 1h 1 hour ago
PT. That is, of course, if the news is confirmed. But even without Mughnieh, it’s a fitting bitchslap of a response.
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Tony Badran @AcrossTheBay · 2h 2 hours ago
After Nasrallah’s macho intvw Thurs, can’t think of a better slapdown than a strike killing a bunch of Hezbos in Golan incl Mughnieh’s son.
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Comment on Revisiting the Dystopia by Mustap

Sun, 2015-01-18 20:56

Am I supposed to cry about your opinion, Orange?

I could say the same in return. But it would be childishly lemonade. And who the hell cares about a glass of orange juice?

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Comment on Revisiting the Dystopia by Ray

Sun, 2015-01-18 20:48

Mustap,

I’d summarize your postings here as the most non-Lebanese and on behalf of all of them, would like to inform you that your job application to speak on behalf of them is regrettably rejected.

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Comment on Revisiting the Dystopia by Mustap

Sun, 2015-01-18 20:21

Notwithstanding the momentous outcomes the future may bring to the Lebanon, we cannot help but digress and mention that Muslims are now receiving more apologies than to know what to do with. Well, this could be important for at least the Muslim Lebanese to know. So we may still qualify it as Lebanese concerns and avoid being flogged.

Could you believe it? Fox news, yes, the same Fox news the Zio-mouthpiece par excellence, apologized not once but four times to Muslims today. May be we should ask them to go down on their knees and say it few more times to make sure they’re sincere. And while at it, may be we should demand on the stringest terms possible that they never ever ever do it again.

Still all of the above does not help Jim Clancey, the living martyr of free speech, ‘gunned down’ by Zio terrorists.

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Comment on Revisiting the Dystopia by Mustap

Sun, 2015-01-18 19:50

Perhaps before you and I were born or just coming out of the crib.

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