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I have said it once and I will say it again, Barack Obama may be capable of being a good president, I don't know, but there simply are not enough people in the U.S. who are willing to vote a black man into office.
A little over a year ago when I first heard Iran's name pop up in, "should we attack them" talk, I thought what most reasonable human beings thought. "What are you crazy?!" I thought that it was irrelevant and hypothetical talk coaxed by panels of pundits. With the U.S.'s current situation in Iraq and Afghanistan, having their hands tied, how could the most uninformed person find it at all conceivable? Since then I have watched those hypothetical talks mutate into a certifiable possibility. I have chosen not to presume whether or not Iran is a genuine threat to the United States, however if they truly are the administration is still on the verge of a terrible mistake. For the United States the world stage must be dealt with like a wild, but caged, dog. Meaning if you are fighting one wild dog who has his teeth clenched onto your arm, don't proceed to release the caged dog from his cage. Finish the first dog with your free arm and once he is finished you may move on to the caged dog, if absolutely necessary. The cost to the U.S., Iran, their neighbors and the world would be far too great.
Iran's supreme leader said Thursday that if the United States were to attack Iran, the country would respond by striking U.S. interests all over the world — the latest sharp exchange in an escalating standoff between the two countries.The best way to deal with Iran is to play smart, slow down the pace of incendiary talk, engage in a dialogue through foreign intermediaries and allow the approaching storm time to blow over even if the talks are superfluous. Basically stall!
A friend of mine returned from Iraq about a year ago, his experiences were average at best, his convoy was attacked on his first mission, he drank a lot of beer and “had lots of fun”, surprisingly I hear that often. A few months into his deployment his group was sent out to inspect an abandoned hotel that was believed to have insurgents. He stepped out onto a 4th floor balcony when he began to receive enemy fire coming from the ground approximately 200 yards away. He quickly knelt down and began to return fire, what followed was his very first fire fight. They fired back and forth at each other for around 30-45 mins, finally two insurgents came from around an adjacent building and pointed a rocket propelled grenade launcher directly at him. One man took aim while the other laid down covering fire (basically one aims while the other one shoots at anyone trying to stop him from launching the rocket). When the covering fire stopped he looked up just in time to see the insurgents fire the rocket propelled grenade. He bent down, closed his eyes and welcomed his imminent death. Several seconds went by and no explosion, still in one piece and still alive. He looked up to see the rocket tail sticking out of the wall above his head, the shell was defective and failed to detonate.BTW: look at this space cadet fighting in sandles!!! The U.S. troops are struggling against dudes in sandles! Why?
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The Paris Grand Mosque and the Union of French Islamic Organizations are suing the satirical weekly Charline Hebdo, saying the cartoons are similar to anti-Semitic acts and Holocaust denial, which are illegal in France.Go away already, I'm sick of this issue and the people who wont give up on it.
I do believe Hijab is not just a dress code, it's a statement, a behavior and an attitude that you embrace,' said Naira. Nevertheless, she said that the society 'has come to expect so much from a veiled women.'
Upon donning the veil, the woman has to adopt certain conformist behavior that include maintaining a low-profile in public and abstaining from 'casual relationships' with the opposite sex.
Although this strict understanding of the veil is not outlined by the Koran, Naira explained that she tried to strictly abide by this socially-backed 'behavioral code' when she first took the veil on.
'I drastically changed my lifestyle but still it did not fit the expectations of some hardliners from both extremes - the so-called liberals and the so-called conservatives,' she observed.
Naira wore the headscarf, but juggled baggie pants, long skirts and long-sleeved shirts to preserve her individual style. Islamic scholars still disagree about the extent of how a Muslim woman should 'cover up.'
I've seen it a thousand times myself, there will be a girl who wears a hijab and everyone expects her to walk with her head down and never speak, its disgusting.