Tag: terrorism

TERRORISM, definition of

12 Jul, '069 Comments

Let’s see… the UN says that terrorism is defined as: criminal acts intended or calculated to provoke a state of terror in the general public, a group of persons or particular persons for political purposes are in any circumstance unjustifiable, whatever the considerations of a political, philosophical, ideological, racial, ethnic, religious or other nature that […]

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A Shock of Pink

A Shock of Pink

9 Jun, '063 Comments

Ixora Chinensis (Nana Lutea), originally uploaded by malyousif. Happy Friday friends… this is my present to the Multi Forces in Iraq for making Iraq a little bit safer today after their expediting Zarqawi’s long over-due interview with Allah.

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The Gates of Hell are WIDE open

The Gates of Hell are WIDE open

8 Jun, '06270 Comments

To welcome Zarqawi. And it’s been waiting for quite a while for this prick to be picked. Good riddance, to hell you go and all your ilk, you criminal bastard. And let this be a lesson to all terrorists: you will be hunted like rats in sewers and you will be eradicated. Congratulations Iraq and […]

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How to raise good children

How to raise good children

3 May, '0625 Comments

In order to raise good children, you must teach them right from wrong, and if they stray off the correct path, you have got to discipline them of course. But disciplinary actions obviously differ and should be proportionate. Discipline of course does not have to be physical; time-outs, going to bed earlier than usual, reducing […]

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Terrorist attacks in London

Terrorist attacks in London

7 Jul, '05365 Comments

A series of bomb blasts on London’s transport network leaves more than 30 dead and scores injured. BBC In Depth Reports My condolence and prayers go to the bereaved families, the injured and all who are affected by this madness. I completely and unequivocally condemn this terrorist act and its inhuman perpetrators, regardless of the […]

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