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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #30 on: March 20, 2003, 11:26:27 PM »
Amin,

lol no i did not intend to alienate you, or to cast you as a southerner. And I'm not sure i'm 'alienated' on this forum, as you say. I believe that one does not have to be a southerner or northerner, american or arab, or even palestinian or israeli to look at certain issues objectively. Like i said b4, this thread has revealed to me how some ppl think on this forum, and i've come to the conclusion that otherwise sensible ppl seem to lose their heads on issues such as the palestinian crisis and others pitting the arab world against the west.

I also agree with your last point on re-energizing the forum.

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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #31 on: March 21, 2003, 01:30:30 AM »
'O Allah, we place You before them and we take refuge in You from their evil'.

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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #32 on: March 21, 2003, 09:55:55 AM »
Yah wateva ::).........venom, Twinkle lemme join u up. I raise ma hand un2 d lurd.........all we need is peace...................................
Despite ur slammin, am still jammin!!!

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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #33 on: March 21, 2003, 11:05:55 AM »
well,
u people are highly devided and see things as america versus iraq.... its not its evil versus good
saddam is bad we agree!
but no one has the right to march into our lands.
we  have countries in africa suffering more than the iraqi people
why wont bush walk into rawanda or burundi?

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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #34 on: March 21, 2003, 01:35:04 PM »
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well,
but no one has the right to march into our lands.
 



NOPE NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO....
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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #35 on: March 21, 2003, 01:36:37 PM »
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well,
why wont bush walk into rawanda or burundi?



B-COZ THEY GOT NO MAJOR ECONOMICAL INTEREST THAT  WILL BENEFIT THEM AS THEY WOULD OBTAIN IN IRAQ.....SIMPLE AND SHORT!

I TALK NO MORE....I LUV MY FATHER!!!!!!
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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #36 on: March 21, 2003, 05:04:36 PM »
aaaaaaallllll i'm singing is... give peace aaaa chaaaaaaannnceeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!

sing wit meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeh!
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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #37 on: March 22, 2003, 05:28:17 PM »
Does anybody recall when then president & CEO of Enron, Ken Lay hosted a big Thank you Bush, Sr. party in 1989 for the city of Houston.. go figure...
HOW MUCH TO DISCOVER?

"It's The Oil, Stupid!" by Joseph Clifford
(Very Interesting article)

* The Russians got into their Vietnam (Afghanistan) right after US got out of theirs? Isn't that strange?

* US supported Bin Laden and the Talibans for years, and viewed them as freedom fighters against the Russians? Isn't that strange?

* As late as 1998 the US was paying the salary of every single Taliban's official in Afghanistan? Isn't that strange?

* There is more oil and gas in the Caspian Sea area than in Saudi Arabia, but you need a pipeline through Afghanistan to get the oil out. Isn't that strange?

* UNOCAL, a giant American Oil conglomerate, wanted to build a 1,000 mile long pipeline from the Caspian Sea through Afghanistan to the Arabian Sea. Isn't that strange?

* UNOCAL spent $10,000,000,000 on geological surveys for pipeline construction, and very nicely courted the Talibans for their support in allowing the construction to begin. Isn't that strange?

* All of the leading Taliban officials were in Texas negotiating with UNOCAL in 1998. Isn't that strange?

* 1998-1999 the Talibans changed its mind and threw UNOCAL out of the country and awarded the pipeline project to a company from Argentina. Isn't that strange?

* John Maresca, VP of UNOCAL testified before Congress and said no pipeline until the Talibans was gone and a more friendly government was established. Isn't that strange?

* 1999-2000 The Talibans became the most evil people in the world. Isn't that strange?

* Niaz Naik, a former Pakistani Foreign Secretary, was told by senior American officials in mid-July (2000) that military action against Afghanistan would go ahead by the middle of October (2000). Isn't that strange?

* 9/11 WTC disaster.

* Bush goes to war against Afghanistan even though none of the hijackers came from Afghanistan. Isn't that strange?

* Bush blamed Bin Laden but has never offered any proof saying it's a "secret". Isn't that strange?

* Talibans offered to negotiate to turn over Bin Laden if we showed them some proof. We refused; we bombed. Isn't that strange?

*Bush said: "This is not about nation building. It's about getting the terrorists." Isn't that strange?

* We have a new government in Afghanistan. Isn't that strange?

* The leader of that government formerly worked for UNOCAL (Hamid Karrzai). Isn't that strange?

* Bush appoints a special envoy to represent the US to deal with that new government, who formerly was the "chief consultant to UNOCAL" (LakhdarIbrahimi). Isn't that strange?

* The Bush family acquired their wealth through oil !! Isn't that strange?

* Bush's Secretary of Interior was the President of an oil company before going to Washington. Isn't that strange?

* George Bush Sr. (Father) now works with the "Carlysle Group" specializing in huge oil investments around the world.
Isn't that strange?

* Condoleezza Rice worked for Chevron before gong to Washington. Isn't that strange?

* Chevron named one of its newest "supertankers" after Condoleezza. Isn't that strange?

* Dick Cheney worked for the giant oil conglomerate Haliburton before becoming VP of USA. Isn't that strange?

* Haliburton gave Cheney $34,000,000,000 as a farewell gift when he left Haliburton. Isn't that strange?

* Haliburton is in the pipeline construction business. Isn't that
strange?

* There is $6 Trillion dollars worth of oil in the Caspian Sea area. Isn't that strange?

* The US government quietly announces Jan 31, 2002 we will support the construction of the Trans-Afghanistan pipeline. Isn't that strange?

* President Musharref (Pakistan), and Karrzai, (Afghanistan - Unocal) announce agreement to build proposed gas pipeline from Central Asia to Pakistan via Afghanistan. (Irish Times 02/10/02) Isn't that strange?

"It's the Oil, Stupid!" (And all the while we were told it was about terrorism and freedom)

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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #38 on: March 23, 2003, 04:40:53 PM »
What ever the case might be, but all we need now is Du'a

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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #39 on: March 24, 2003, 01:22:11 AM »
All I can say is may ALLAH (SWA) bring peace to the muslim world.
All this hatred yah ALLAH Do something:'(
aNo Ta DaBo ChiGaRii, GaRi Ba KaNo Ba DaJin ALLaH.

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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #40 on: March 29, 2003, 06:16:00 PM »
Assalamu Alaikum
The question to ask is, why Mr Bush & Tony Blair are so unshakable in
determination of this unjust war? Why are they bombing Iraqi cities,
killing defenceless women & childern when the whole world does not
supported the selfish war on iraqi.i urge nigerians or muslims to continue to pray
for our brothers & sisters in iraqi.
Also i'll urges Nigerians or muslims to stop listening or watching sky news or cnn
 for now 'cos they're not helping the matter from their reporting.
 



Sir, the next topic i'll like us to think of. is the war on iraqi, what affect
does it have on Nigeria's economy?
abdulgee write in from Lagos ???

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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #41 on: March 29, 2003, 09:27:31 PM »
I heard on the news yesterday wai Syria is sending military help into Iraq...I think it's the night vision thingy...Rumsfield had the gut to say wai that's a hostile act! huh??? ??? lallai mutanen are sellfish!

Ay when Blair teamed up with them (Americans), to bomb Iraq, that was not seen as a "hostile act" but as "bringing ppl to jushtish" (lol)

In Russia kuma, in one pub, suka lika on the door wai if u r a British or an American,don't expect service!!!

And I heard things are not going as "planned"...they (US and UK) are losing men on the field (ALhamdulillah)...

And they are also hitting civilians!!! many dead and injured... I saw this baby on TV (taken to the hospital) so helpless...wallahi abun tausayi ?:'(

Allah dai Ya sakawa wadanda ake cuta... Insha Allah kuma sai Bush da mukarraban shi sunga downfall dinsu!
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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #42 on: March 30, 2003, 12:34:07 AM »
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Assalamu Alaikum
Also i'll urges Nigerians or muslims to stop listening or watching sky news or cnn
 for now 'cos they're not helping the matter from their reporting.
Wallahi I'm with you here,
Not just Nigerian muslim but to all muslim arround the world.
Nidama i have quit SKY, BBC, ITV, CNN, &Co since the war startet cuz i see no point listening to them.


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I heard on the news yesterday wai Syria is sending military help into Iraq
Thats supper i hope other muslim country will do the same
aNo Ta DaBo ChiGaRii, GaRi Ba KaNo Ba DaJin ALLaH.

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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #43 on: March 30, 2003, 02:56:32 AM »
Most of the the people wants their children back and "forest" wants to take more soldiers over there in a few weeks. Thats Bush. Someone abused him after receiving an oscar a week ago and got booeyed by the people. I hope Nigeria doesn't join the list of the U.S/British Alies soon.
ny good thing I said is from Allah and any bad thing I said is from me...So I ask for Allah's forgiveness for my errors both conscious and unconscious ones...Ameen!!!

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Re: War On Iraq
« Reply #44 on: March 30, 2003, 03:53:21 AM »
I hope so too, u know no one can be trusted anymore(media). Lets keep to our faith and Insha Allah things will work out
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