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Posted on 07-26-06 11:15 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Here are some Gruesome pictures from the so called well educated humans......KILLING IS THE ONLY OPTION TO RESOLVE THE SOLUTION.....AND THAT TOO.....INNOCENT PEOPLE...WHAT A SHAME WORLD WE ARE LEAVING IN....SHAME IN THE NAME OF HUMANBEING

 
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Posted on 07-27-06 10:38 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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"If lebnon was strong enough to control Hezbollah, there would have no invasion by Israel." Does this give the green light to Israel to go about bombing Lebanon and killings hundreds of innocent civilians? Lots of other countries have terrorists. With an excuse of them being a potential threat, why not bomb the entire nation for the actions of a few?
 
Posted on 07-27-06 10:39 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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you all talk, why dont you guys also show an option...whats your alternative...and please dont tell me israel has to negotiate and hold talks.
 
Posted on 07-27-06 10:41 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Are we talking about ethics here or politics????ethically no!!politically yes!!!
 
Posted on 07-27-06 10:46 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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It was at Clinton's time that something near to peace was possible in the middle east. What he did at that time is written in history. So I guess it needs a wise president from the richest country to reduce the violence.
 
Posted on 07-27-06 10:48 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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i suggest name of new wise president of poorest country:Sajahuser.. hahahah. gives us the solution ,that is acceptable for both party ,gurudevi!!hehehe sridevi!!!
 
Posted on 07-27-06 10:51 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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moile answer garyo bhanera jealous bhayeko ho ki kya ho? :P
 
Posted on 07-27-06 11:04 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Listen , the day i start being jealous of your intellectual answers i will quit this life:P i know what you are capable of ..so don't ever think i will be jealous.hahahah thread ko bich bich ma tulo manche haru bole ko bela bich ma poyaka bole haina la nanu!! teso bhaye kahile kahi jhapaad pani kaincha !!:P
 
Posted on 07-27-06 11:11 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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yee ho ra? molai ta tha nai thiyena :D ani kina maile diyeko opinion lai je payo teai bhaneko ta?...timi jealous bhayeko ta ho ni you just don't realize it ke ;) you don't realize because you're brain is incapable of handling such stuff ke....ok i quit now..you can continue....i have better things to do than waste my time with you....:D
 
Posted on 07-28-06 4:20 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Nell, The question is how influencial are the terrorist within certain boundry.Hezbollah has same influence in Lebanon as Al-Quida had in Afganistaan.Lebanon will face same fate as Afganistaan becoz it is helpless against those terrorists in their country. Moreover Hezbollah are not few, they control almost all part of Lebnon. They have their own army, TV Station and representatives in their parliament. I am sorry for the killings of innocent people but equally sorry for the Israelis aswell who were targeted by Hezbollah and Palestinians all these years.
 
Posted on 07-28-06 8:59 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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this would all end if Israel stops being the big bully in that region. Their army goes in and out of Palestine and Lebanon whenever they want. How would Nepali people feel if Indian Army enters Nepal without Nepali govt.'s permission ? Or the Chinese red army ? Just read an article saying Isreali defence Minnister caliming it has ok by US govt to bmb Lebanon whenever it wants. he he !! And the westerners wonders why the Arabs and Muslims hate them so much ? he he
 
Posted on 07-28-06 10:57 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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LIFE OH LIFE!!!!.......WHERE WE ALL ARE GETTING INTO? WE PITTY HUMAN BEING LOOK WHAT WE HAVE DONE IN THE NAME OF LOVE IN THE NAME OF PEACE IN THE NAME OF RELIGION IN THE NAME OF SOUL IN THE NAME OF ME AND YOU WHY TAKE LIFE WHEN YOU CAN'T GIVE? WHY TAKE LIFE WHEN WE ALL KNOW THIS IS NOT THE SOLUTION AND HAVE NOT SOLVED ANY PROBLEM SINCE THE DAY WE WERE BORN. IF THAT IS THE CASE THEN WE ALL WOULD HAVE DIED FROM OUR OWN MOTHER'S HAND WHEN WE WERE KIDS BECAUSE OF THE ACTS THAT WE DO TO MAKE THEM UPSET. BUT NOPE THAT NEVER HAPPENED BECAUSE, ALL OUR MOTHERS KNEW THAT THIS IS NOT THE SOLUTION….BY KILLING……US. YOU KNOW WHAT I'M SAYING HERE! I DON'T WANT TO WISH HERE, THAT THE PEACE WILL REVAIL SOON. ME DOING NOTHING, BUT JUST EXPRESSING MYSELF. HOWEVER AT LEAST I THOUGHT I SHOULD DO WHAT I CAN AND THAT IS TO EXPRESS MYSELF.... BEING POSITIVE…… LIFE OH LIFE WHAT WE HAVE DONE …BEING HUMAN BEING! JUST MY THOUGHTS IN THE NAME OF PEACE!
 
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1) SIGN THIS LETTER TO TONY BLAIR DEAR PRIME MINISTER, Most people in this country are horrified at the bloodshed and destruction unfolding daily in Lebanon. There can be no justification for the conduct of the Israeli government and armed forces, which are laying waste to a country in an operation which will hugely damage the prospects for peace in the Middle East. We are dismayed that the British government, almost alone in the world, is not calling for a ceasefire to enable the suffering to stop. This either shows a deplorable indifference to the plight of the Lebanese people or an attitude of total subservience to the foreign policy of the US administration. Either way, our country is being humiliated and our isolation from world opinion underlined once more. We therefore call on the government to change its position and join the vast majority of the world’s states, the UN secretary-general and the Archbishop of Canterbury in calling for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire in the Lebanon to save lives and prevent the destruction of that country." ADD YOUR NAME TO THE THOUSANDS SIGNING THE STOP THE WAR/CND LETTER TO TONY BLAIR. YOU CAN DO THIS ONLINE, HERE: http://tinyurl.com/rgdwt ENCOURAGE YOUR FRIENDS, RELATIVES, WORK COLLEAGUES, NEIGHBOURS TO SIGN THE LETTER. ainstream media of Israel's attacks on Lebanon and Gaza have highlighted yet again the importance of alternative sources of information and comment. The range and depth of articles now available on the internet is extraordinary. Three essential websites for everyone in the anti-war movement are: ANTIWAR: - http://antiwar.com/ COUNTERPUNCH: - http://www.counterpunch.org/ ZNET: - - http://www.zmag.org/weluser.htm And of course for news of anti-war activity in Britain, visit the STOP THE WAR website regularly: - http://www.stopwar.org.uk
 
Posted on 07-28-06 11:21 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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anjit, At a point when the world order is at the edge of a breaking point, this kind of barbarism from Israel is absolutely unacceptable. This could have been easily solved by a slight bit of diplomatic effort in releasing the hostage. Perhaps exchanging few among thousands of innocent lebanese held hostage by Israel for the soldiers captured seem to have been a perfect and better response. But doesn't this action prove that Israel was waiting for perfect opportunity to launch an offensive, with an excuse of self defence, to pre-emptively attack populated areas of an ancient nation, killing children and women among others, most of whom I am sure had nothing to do with either Israel or Hezbollah, or wouldn't care about both. This action cannot justify the prerogative of self defense, unfortunately. Israel's relentless act of aggression has muscled all the muslim population together and they will strike back, because they are already in a boiling point with the so called civilized nation bullying and acting as a police state. Murder and mayhem is not an answer to terrorism. You cannot possibly eliminate all your adversaries by bombing. They will multiply and so keep bombing and killing innocents, you will have more to deal with. Israel should throw aid not bombs on the poor lebanese people. If we want to eliminate terrorism, provide food for the hungry, provide aid for the poor, provide education for illeterate, provide healthcare for sick, provide saniation for unhealhy. Can there be any better way to answer terrorism?
 
Posted on 07-30-06 4:35 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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have u guys ever given it a thought that The Muslim Fundamentalists are instigators. The very people who abduct, kill, terrorize and torture brutally all over the world, provoking counterattack on them. Then when they are attacked bravely and when it seems they are losing , then they talk about negociations. it has been going on for centuries. Esp. Recently they have been agressively targeting the non-muslim people all over the world, whether it be Hindus of India, Budhists and christians in indonesia, christians in nigeria, algiers, afghanistan and so on.They are nothing but cowardly instigators who provoke conflict when there is peace anywhere and try to expand islam their recent terrors include, the kidnapping of isreali soldiers by palestinians and hazbullah Asia - recent india bombings targeting europe- spain - madrid bombings london bombings usa- 911 bombings Afrcia- nigeria bombings
 
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Islam: Fighting the Darkness Within Mohammed Abu-Nimer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The November 27th kidnapping of four members of Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT)—Tom Fox (54), of the United States, Norman Kember (74) of Great Britain, and James Lonely (41) and Hameet Singh Sooden (32) of Canada—who were working in Iraq in solidarity with the Iraqi people is another sad reminder of the severity and danger facing the Muslim and Arab world if continues to tolerate those “elements” or forces of darkness operating from within. As a Muslim, scholar of Islam, and practitioner of conflict resolution and inter-cultural dialogue, I find one of the most appalling and frightening aspects of the recent kidnapping the fact that such acts have become an accepted operating principle for so-called “resistance groups” in Iraq and elsewhere in the Muslim and Arab world. Attacking and terrorizing civilians, human rights advocates, relief workers, and peace advocates has never been an Islamic way of resisting occupation or fighting oppression. In the past decade, many books, articles, and studies have been published by Muslims and non-Muslims that systematically explain and document that foundational Islamic teachings have never prescribed such blind, shameful, and undignified ways of fighting injustice. Scholars have tried to remind Muslims and non-Muslims alike that the primary message, strategies, and values of Islam have been based on peace, achieving justice through nonviolent means, and the extremely limited use of force. Especially in the period of Islam’s early formation, Muslim religious thinkers –Faqih and Imams—spent centuries defining the strict conditions under which force can be used, hoping that their effort would restrict and reduce violence. Recent Muslim scholars as well s peace and justice activists have sought to revive such work, including: Iqbal Ahmed, Abdul Ghaffar Khan, Jawdat Said, Sathan Anand, Khalis Jalabi, Abdul Aziz Said, Khalid Kishtainy, etc. These writings offer systematic interpretations based on authentic Quranic and Hadith sources, and the authors’ analysis and attention to textual nuance leaves no doubt that there is no religious justification within Islam for brutal and ruthless actions like beheading, randomly attacking Mosques, or terrorizing civilians of any nationality. I have been one of those who have written about Islam and peace for the past decade; however, my work in this area has been accompanied by constant frustration and challenge. Offering cultural and religious bases for and interpretations of peace and nonviolent resistance, writing academic books, and conducting international conferences has proven to be a limited strategy in confronting this “evil force” in the Muslim and Arab world. These peaceful and academic gatherings are often aimed at the Western public and policy makers, to convince them that Islam is a religion of peace and is founded on the principles of pluralism and democracy. Such conferences hope to convince their audiences that such principles are not foreign to Islam (contrary to popular belief), but are integral and prescribed principles and practices. Although this work is important and can possibly contribute to a reduction in prejudice and negative stereotypes directed at Muslims in Western public opinion, it seems to be based in the assumption that changing US and European foreign policy towards Muslim and Arab countries is the proper first step in confronting “evil” Muslim forces in places like Iraq, Afghanistan, Indonesia, and Algeria. I think that this belief is an illusion, another way to cover our heads and escape the responsibility of looking inside the Muslim house. The real battle continues to remain in the Arab and Muslim homes and streets. A second tragedy highlighted by this kidnapping is that those Muslims and Arabs who are fighting the battle at home lack international and regional support and face constant oppression by internal political regimes and other parties in their societies. Without the empowerment of such individuals and groups to organize, it is hard to realistically hope for success in blocking terrorism in the Muslim world. Terrorist activities, like attacking three Jordanian hotels, killing people celebrating a wedding, planting bombs in restaurants in Bali Indonesia, or leaving explosives in a London metro station, clearly need more of a response from the Muslim and Arab world than the symbolic denunciation offered by a few Ulama or religious leaders associated with the state or political establishment. For most Muslims and Arabs, however, such religious leaders are often associated with state-coopted forces occupying political positions to serve themselves and not the general public. Consequently, these voices do not convince the masses that such attacks should be condemned, nor do they reduce sympathy for those committing the violence. What needs to be done? Who can stop the madness of these forces? Obviously, this work cannot be done by one person, act, or group. However, the massive and influential Muslim and Arab public voice is resounding in its silence on these matters, even though it is the only force that can delegitimize such acts and marginalize the groups committing them. Despite all of its sophisticated weaponry, the American army cannot “flush” these elements out of society. They might be able to kill many of them and chase others away to underground caves and hideouts. However, they will eventually come back and renew their operations in different ways and under different covers. Unfortunately, many in the American public have not yet reached such a realization, or else deliberately ignore other alternatives of dealing with the problem. Why doesn’t the Muslim and Arab public speak loudly against such terrorist actions? Several arguments could be put forth to explain this phenomenon. First, terrorist groups adopting such methods have taken advantage of the general public sentiment that the primary goals and practices of Western governments are aimed at exploiting Muslim and Arab national resources and at promoting Western hegemonic power over Muslim and Arab society and culture. Second, most Arab and Muslim regimes receive military and security support from the US and European countries despite oppressive internal policies that deprive opposition groups of meaningful political space. Such regimes constantly violate human rights and are mainly occupied with accumulating individual wealth or elite dominance. Third, many in the Arab and Muslim world live in fear because of state security apparatuses, which have been the main tool for governing throughout the post-colonial era rather than legislative bodies or publicly elected officials. Indeed, prisons are filled with thousands of political prisoners who dared to speak against the regimes. Fourth, economic underdevelopment and deprivation found within many Muslim and Arab societies has reached such a level of desperation and hopelessness that it can be mobilized into support for acts providing temporary relief, venting of frustration, anger, or desire for revenge, especially those acts which are framed in terms of resistance to oppression. This process displaces blame and responsibility for the current crisis in Muslim and Arab societies onto colonial, foreign, and Western [Christian] powers, and becomes the easiest outlet for escaping individual and collective responsibility and the best rationale for complacency. We Arabs and Muslims who oppose these individuals and groups (al Qaeda, Zarqawi,etc.) can not rely on foreign forces and agents to clean our societies of terrorist forces for us. Arabs and Muslims must take to the streets and mobilize all of our social, cultural, and political institutions to fight these groups and their messages of hatred, exclusion, and blindness. When all those who oppose such actions and strategies, such as teachers, pharmacists, journalists, imams, housewives, and shopkeepers, claim the public space and call for their end, the credibility and legitimacy of such ideology and terrorism will become a religious, cultural, and political taboo. Each and every Muslim and Arab is responsible for the kidnapping of the four peace workers who came to express their solidarity with and help for the Iraqi people. Regardless of the existence of the above four reasons for public silence, for Muslims and Arabs around the world to not massively move and speak out against these actions should be considered a silent crime against our own future generations; it is internally destructive. As we have seen in various countries, groups motivated by hate and intolerance do not stop with kidnapping foreigners, soldiers, and women; on the contrary, they are capable of attacking their own people in mosques, restaurants, weddings, and schools. There is no “Haram” or sacredness in their view of the world, and their level of “ignorance” will not stop them from harming anyone in their society who thinks or feels differently from them. We all have to talk, stand, and act with full capacity, using all available social and cultural space to delegitimize such horrendous actions. The Jordanian public reaction to the terrorist bombings was a promising glimpse of what can be done, as was the Lebanese response to the assassination of Hariri. Thousands of people went to the streets and many nongovernmental groups and associations spoke against the crime committed.
 
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Shrestha Its easy to point fingers. But just look at all the atrocities the westerners have commited towards them !! All driven by their greed for oil. The latest victim being Iraq. And Israel's bullying them whenver they want with US's muscle ? If you look at the crisis from their perpective..they see AMERICAN tanks, missiles, helicopters, and fighter planes used to kill them. DO YOU HEAR THE AMERICANS EVER CONDEMNING ISRAEL ? Imagine what would have happened if the RUSSIANS brought their tanks, planes and buldozers to ALSASKA ? Think US will sit quietly ? Since they cannot even buy arms they want, they resort to the means they have(which is hit and run guerilla tactics). Talking about fairness... Israel is allowed to buy any kind of arms and ammunition whenever they want(even Nuclear weapons). But middle east countries have a lotta arms embargo( in other words the allied nations decide what they can and cannot buy). Yeah they blame the west because its the bombs, tanks, helicopters, and planes that they provide to Israel that are destroying their homes and killing their families. I wonder how Nepali folks would feel if Indian Army came into Birgunj or Nepalgunj and did the same ?
 
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BC, man!! since when did you stop swearing? hahahaha... BC back to decency or is it "indecency" at its best? hahahah....j/k. mula fcking BC!!! hahahaha :P on a serious note. i totally agree with your point. :) LooTe
 



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