ISIS detonates twin bombs in Beirut, carnage everywhere.

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12 Nov 2015, 8:57 pm

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/do ... story.html


Scores are dead today in Beirut Lebanon after ISIS detonated twin car bombs in the city.
It is believed to be payback for Lebanon's support for the collation against ISIS and supporting the U.S.
ISIS claims this is the opening shot against Lebanon with more to come if they continue to support the U.S.

ISIS is also now targeting Hezbollah as well.


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14 Nov 2015, 3:07 pm

in light of the other news this weekend, I'm feeling cynical about this.


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14 Nov 2015, 3:55 pm

So they attacked Beirut before they attacked Paris ?

[email protected]@rds.

They are a plague, and must be dealt with as such.


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14 Nov 2015, 3:56 pm

we need to put ground troops in Iraq PRONTO. We need to step up our fight against them.....



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14 Nov 2015, 4:00 pm

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we need to put ground troops in Iraq PRONTO. We need to step up our fight against them.....


And in Syria. Turkey must close its borders and all "refugees" who made emigration bids in the last couple of months must be held in closed camps, thoroughly investigated, and only if cleared, must be let into the host country.

Anyone who is even remotely suspect can cool their heels in camp until ISIS is taken out... PERMANENTLY.

"Homegrown" terrorist types must be dealt with in an even more ruthless manner - preferably by and with treatments prescribed for such types by the Sharia.


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14 Nov 2015, 4:08 pm

HisMom wrote:
MonsterCrack wrote:
we need to put ground troops in Iraq PRONTO. We need to step up our fight against them.....


And in Syria. Turkey must close its borders and all "refugees" who made emigration bids in the last couple of months must be held in closed camps, thoroughly investigated, and only if cleared, must be let into the host country.

Anyone who is even remotely suspect can cool their heels in camp until ISIS is taken out... PERMANENTLY.

"Homegrown" terrorist types must be dealt with in an even more ruthless manner - preferably by and with treatments prescribed for such types by the Sharia.
yes, in Syria, too, although I'm not sure if putting the syrians in turkey in refugee camps will be of much help..... the syrian men will turn to crime for a living and the syrian women to prostitution if they continue to deny them a chance at work....



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14 Nov 2015, 4:13 pm

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yes, in Syria, too, although I'm not sure if putting the syrians in turkey in refugee camps will be of much help..... the syrian men will turn to crime for a living and the syrian women to prostitution if they continue to deny them a chance at work....


Then, the Turkish troops can escort them back into Syria, and they can commit crime and prostitution *in* Syria.

Turkey (or any other country) does not owe them a "living".

Go back where you came from, oust Assad (if that is what it takes to make Syria habitable again), and do whatever the heck you want to do in your OWN country.

Criminals and prostitutes need not apply, thank you very much. We have our own trouble makers to deal with, you know.


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14 Nov 2015, 4:33 pm

HisMom wrote:
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yes, in Syria, too, although I'm not sure if putting the syrians in turkey in refugee camps will be of much help..... the syrian men will turn to crime for a living and the syrian women to prostitution if they continue to deny them a chance at work....


Then, the Turkish troops can escort them back into Syria, and they can commit crime and prostitution *in* Syria.

Turkey (or any other country) does not owe them a "living".

Not entirely true!

Turkey like all of Europe and most other countries obligated to take refugees under the treaty governing refugees and stateless people.


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14 Nov 2015, 4:37 pm

HisMom wrote:
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yes, in Syria, too, although I'm not sure if putting the syrians in turkey in refugee camps will be of much help..... the syrian men will turn to crime for a living and the syrian women to prostitution if they continue to deny them a chance at work....


Then, the Turkish troops can escort them back into Syria, and they can commit crime and prostitution *in* Syria.

Turkey (or any other country) does not owe them a "living".

Go back where you came from, oust Assad (if that is what it takes to make Syria habitable again), and do whatever the heck you want to do in your OWN country.

Criminals and prostitutes need not apply, thank you very much. We have our own trouble makers to deal with, you know.
what xenocity said..... turkey is one of the countries that signed the treaty requiring them to take in refugees REGARDLESS of religion....



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14 Nov 2015, 4:37 pm

44 dead, yet a minimal media coverage, no gestures of cooperation/condolence (like how nations did for France, such as illuminating french flag, no safe button for Lebanon created on FB...etc), except from some other Arab countries.

Lebanon had been fighting Islamic Terrorism since 2007 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdvKkaKFQXw



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14 Nov 2015, 4:38 pm

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
44 dead, yet a minimal media coverage, no gestures of cooperation/condolence (like how nations did for France, such as illuminating french flag, no safe button for Lebanon created on FB...etc), except from some other Arab countries.

Lebanon had been fighting Islamic Terrorism since 2007 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdvKkaKFQXw
i agree, the world doesn't give a s*** about the Muslims....



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14 Nov 2015, 4:39 pm

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MonsterCrack wrote:
yes, in Syria, too, although I'm not sure if putting the syrians in turkey in refugee camps will be of much help..... the syrian men will turn to crime for a living and the syrian women to prostitution if they continue to deny them a chance at work....


Then, the Turkish troops can escort them back into Syria, and they can commit crime and prostitution *in* Syria.

Turkey (or any other country) does not owe them a "living".

Go back where you came from, oust Assad (if that is what it takes to make Syria habitable again), and do whatever the heck you want to do in your OWN country.

Criminals and prostitutes need not apply, thank you very much. We have our own trouble makers to deal with, you know.
if you really are a mother like your profile name suggests, then you seriously need to both learn to have a heart and learn international law before you make judgements like that...



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14 Nov 2015, 4:41 pm

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
44 dead, yet a minimal media coverage, no gestures of cooperation/condolence (like how nations did for France, such as illuminating french flag, no safe button for Lebanon created on FB...etc), except from some other Arab countries.

Lebanon had been fighting Islamic Terrorism since 2007 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdvKkaKFQXw
are you okay, boo??? have any of your friends or family been hurt? i know you live in beirut...



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14 Nov 2015, 4:53 pm

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HisMom wrote:
MonsterCrack wrote:
yes, in Syria, too, although I'm not sure if putting the syrians in turkey in refugee camps will be of much help..... the syrian men will turn to crime for a living and the syrian women to prostitution if they continue to deny them a chance at work....


Then, the Turkish troops can escort them back into Syria, and they can commit crime and prostitution *in* Syria.

Turkey (or any other country) does not owe them a "living".

Go back where you came from, oust Assad (if that is what it takes to make Syria habitable again), and do whatever the heck you want to do in your OWN country.

Criminals and prostitutes need not apply, thank you very much. We have our own trouble makers to deal with, you know.
if you really are a mother like your profile name suggests, then you seriously need to both learn to have a heart and learn international law before you make judgements like that...

He's says the events in Paris unnerved him and made him angry and upset.
I believe he has a heart, but this other emotions are in full swing right now.


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14 Nov 2015, 4:59 pm

i am going to go to an arab-owned store tonight and buy something to show the owner that not all other americans are xenophobic dickheads.



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i am going to go to an arab-owned store tonight and buy something to show the owner that not all other americans are xenophobic dickheads.

Good for you, cathlynn!! That's very, very kind of you.... thank you.