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Share Helmand: Fleeing Afghan Troops Killed, Surrender Weapons to Taliban
2016-10-14 17:16
Helmand: Fleeing Afghan Troops Killed, Surrender Weapons to Taliban 14 October 2016. Nearly 100 members of the corrupt U.S.-funded Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) were executed by the Taliban as they tried to flee a town near the besieged capital of Helmand, a province that has remained an important Taliban stronghold throughout the 15-year-old war and is currently at risk of falling back into the hands of the jihadists, reports Reuters. Meanwhile, do ...
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Share Top police official killed as Taliban launch major attack in Helmand, Afghanista
2016-10-3 16:19
Top police official killed as Taliban launch major attack in Helmand, Afghanistan 03 October 2016. A top police official was killed in a major coordinated attack launched by the Taliban militants in the restive Nawa district of southern Helmand province. The district police chief of Nawa was reportedly killed during the clashes with the Taliban militants earlier this morning. There are reports that the Taliban insurgents have managed to take control of some of the ar ...
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Share IS is run by 3,000 Europeans
2014-8-29 20:54
IS ranks include at least 3,000 Europeans. A quarter of IS fighters are Turkish. IS has been joined by many foreigners who do not speak Arabic. IS units employ translators to ensure orders are understood. One IS unit in Syria had interpreters who could speak Russian, English, French, and Dutch. IS fighters are not religious fanatics, but simply mercenaries.
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Share ISIS are fake Muslims
2014-8-29 20:09
They do not pray towards the Kabah.
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Share There Were Five Israeli Nationals Inside The Condemned Structures On 9/11
2014-8-23 20:31
1. Alona Avraham. Inside United Airlines Flight 175. 2. Daniel Lewin. Inside American Airlines Flight 11. 3. Hagai Shefi. Working on the 106th floor in the north tower. 4. Shai Levinhar. Working for a subsidiary of Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. 5. Leon Lebor. Working as a janitor in the twin towers. How many Israeli nationals were inside the condemned structures the previous day?
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Share Larry Silverstein and the Condemned Structures
2014-8-23 01:22
Larry Silverstein is the New York property tycoon who purchased the entire WTC complex just 6 months prior to the 9/11 attacks. That was the first time in its 33-year history the complex had EVER changed ownership. Mr. Silverstein's first order of business as the new owner, was to change the company responsible for the security of the complex. The new security company he hired was Securacom (now Stratasec). George W. Bush's brother, Marvin Bush, was on its board of directors, and M ...
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Share The Wall in Palestine
2014-8-21 00:27
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Share MAP OF GAZA STRIP
2014-8-21 00:08
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Share MAP OF UN PARTITION PLAN FOR PALESTINE
2014-8-20 23:58
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Share Maps of Palestinian Land and Israeli Land
2014-8-20 23:42
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Year of the Dragon starts on 23 January 2012. People born under the Dragon are passionate, brave and self-assured. At their best they are pioneering spirits; at their worst, they epitomize the old adage: Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. Dragons are generous with their resources, a tendency that at its most negative can reflect a foolhardy attitude towards money. But Dragons in general are blessed with good fortune. They are smart, enterprising and have a wicked sense of humor. They have a natural flair for fashion and are the people to consult if you want to catch up on the latest trends. This Chinese New Year 2012 ushers in the Water Dragon. Water exerts a calming influence on the Dragon’s innate fire. Water Dragons are more open to other people’s opinions than other Dragons which gives them the ability to channel their personal charisma into real leadership qualities. The Dragon and Love Dragons are passionate. They fall in love quickly – and out of love just as quickly. Their charisma and charm is an immense draw to people of the opposite sex whose attention and admiration they crave. Though they have a tendency to treat love like a game, they can settle down when they meet the right partner, someone who’s strong enough not to be bowled over by the Dragon’s flamboyant, independent and stubborn personality. The Dragon’s ideal partners are the Rat, the Monkey, and the Rooster: The Rat is practical, observant and resourceful, able to help the Dragon when extravagant promises have backed the Dragon into a corner. The Monkey is just as popular as the Dragon, curious, intellectual and fun-loving, one of the few personalities the Dragon doesn’t mind sharing the spotlight with. The Rooster can give the Dragon a run for the money on the fashion-forward front; attractive, well-groomed, fiercely loyal and committed to honesty, the Rooster serves as the Dragon’s reality check, keeping the Dragon from making promises that he or she can’t keep. The Dragon and Wealth Dragon years are lucky for anyone thinking of starting a business or initiating a new project of any sort because money is easier to come by for everyone, whether it’s earned, borrowed or received as a gift. Consequently we can expect the economic downturn to ease up a bit in the coming year. Fortunes can be made but they can also be lost: Keep in mind like all good things, the Year of the Dragon will come to an end and you will be held accountable for unreasonable extravagances. Dragons do well in professions that give them the ability to function somewhat autonomously. They make excellent sales people, publicists, political campaigners, lawyers, real estate brokers, actors and politicians. Yes, that's me.

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