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To: Tadsamillionaire who wrote (144)4/16/2003 8:59:05 PM
From: Tadsamillionaire
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Syrian cabinet slams Bush administration
Syria Tuesday branded as "threats and falsifications" U.S. accusations that Damascus was developing chemical weapons.
The cabinet said in a statement the "escalated language of threats and accusations by some American officials against Syria are aimed at damaging its steadfastness and influencing its national decisions and national stances."

"The cabinet rejected these accusations and allegations and saw them as a response to Israeli stimulus and a service to its goals and expansive greed," it said, and demanded an end of the "American-British occupation of Iraq."

Meanwhile, the Syrian news agency (SANA) reported that Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara received on Tuesday a phone call from his Spanish counterpart Mrs. Anna Palacio. Al-Shara also received a phone call from his Iranian counterpart, Kamal Kharazi. "The conversations dealt with the latest developments in the Iraqi arena and issues of mutual concern," the news agency said. (Albawaba.com)

albawaba.com.

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To: Tadsamillionaire who wrote (132)4/17/2003 12:24:19 PM
From: Thomas M.
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<<< Abbas has long renounced violence and Israel has allowed him to travel to Gaza, declaring him immune from prosecution over the hijacking. US itself dropped a warrant for his arrest several years ago >>>

gulf-daily-news.com

And yet, this is being portrayed as capturing a fugitive who nobody could find. Assuming this absurd characterization to be true, should we commence bombing of Israel for sheltering a known terrorist?

Tom

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To: Thomas M. who wrote (147)4/17/2003 1:29:13 PM
From: rrufff
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Clinton - was a signatory to the Oslo Accords and, believe it or not, forgiveness of prior crimes was forced on Israel by US administration. I'm not criticizing that, just reporting. I supported the Oslo accords and I bet Arafart wishes he had.

According to some of the current legal pundits, US position is that we just signed as a witness. In other words, Israel could not try this terrorist but the US can, either based on enforcement of Italy's judgment or based upon the murder of an American citizen. Also Klinghoffer was not an Israeli citizen.

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To: rrufff who wrote (148)4/17/2003 1:45:46 PM
From: Tarzan
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I hear that the Iraqi dungeons have plenty of available space. Perhaps a swim in the Tigris while strapped to a wheelchair may be an appropriate sentence.

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To: Tech Master who wrote (137)4/17/2003 6:39:47 PM
From: Eashoa' M'sheekha
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So Solly.Was Just Trying On My RWE Hat.

Felt good for a moment or a half.

OK.Back to normal.<GG>

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To: rrufff who wrote (148)4/18/2003 1:41:46 PM
From: Tadsamillionaire
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Just heard Senator John McCain on KFYI radio tell how the Syrians are listening to the Muslim clerics. Bad move if the clerics are trying to form policy in Syria, but seems to be the case none the less.JMHO

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To: Tech Master who wrote (140)4/18/2003 1:43:52 PM
From: Tadsamillionaire
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Syria's foreign minister said on Thursday his country would not accept arms inspections.

Asked by reporters in Cairo whether Syria would allow arms inspections, visiting Foreign Minister Farouq al-Shara said:
"No...Syria won't allow any inspection. It will only participate with its (Arab) brothers and all of the states of the world in turning the West Asia into an area free of weapons of mass destruction."

Washington accuses Syria of developing chemical weapons, a charge Damascus denies. (Albawaba.com)
albawaba.com

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To: craig crawford who wrote (86)4/21/2003 5:32:32 PM
From: rrufff
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Did you really post this? No posts in awhile, things ok with one of our favorite bigots?

To:Charleymane who wrote (355397)
From: craig crawford Friday, Feb 7, 2003 7:40 AM
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german jews were considered highly assimilated prior to nazi-germany. they also controlled a large percent of the banks and the media in germany. they played a prominent role in german culture. the parallels to jewish control of the media, banking and culture in present-day america are striking. speaking out about the influence jews exert is to their benefit, not detriment.
it seems that after jews attain a certain amount of power they wield this power in such a way that they seek to silence all criticism, regardless of how constructive it might be. it is quite healthy to hold powerful groups accountable for their actions. when jews effectively silence their critics (in an effort to gain even greater power), it is only a matter of time before they begin to abuse this unchecked power.

that is exactly what happened in pre-nazi germany, and that's why when the german people finally awoke from their slumber and realized what the jews of germany had done and were doing to their country (and their neighbor russia), they arose with a vengeance.

the longer americans are brainwashed by powerful jews in the media, the more resentful they will become when they realize they have been duped. people such as myself who offer criticism of jewish supremacy are actually trying to save jews from persecution they inevitably engender after clandestinely abusing their positions of power

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To: rrufff who wrote (153)4/21/2003 11:49:41 PM
From: Tadsamillionaire
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Nasrallah: War in Iraq to encourage more attacks on the US
The US-led war in Iraq will to more retaliatory attacks against the United States, the leader of Hizbullah said Sunday. "American policies in the region encourage this kind of retaliation, whether we agree with it or not," Hassan Nasrallah told CBS television's "60 Minutes" program.

"I believe the continuation of American policy will make enemies of all Arabs and Muslims - 1,400,000,000 Muslims around the world. Lots of groups will surface, not necessarily al-Qaeda. And they'll be impossible to bring to justice," he said.

He accused the United States of waging the war on Iraq to win its oil reserves and to impose Israeli hegemony over the region. "The United States isn't seeking democracy in Iraq, it's after the oil. The US wants to impose its political will on Iraq and ... Israel's hegemony in the region," Nasrallah said.

"These objectives are not moral objectives...we say they are satanic objectives," he said.

Nasrallah also spoke out against the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York and Washington, saying such methods contradict Islamic principles.

albawaba.com.

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To: Tadsamillionaire who wrote (154)4/22/2003 8:51:16 AM
From: rrufff
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Methinks that may one of his last interviews.

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