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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    Err then you should stop only looking at Fox News. Just now on France 24 they reported numerous high ranking Muslim scholars and key religious centres from Egypt to Tehran and beyond condemning the action.



    And make them no better than the demon bastards? I think not.
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by bicycleman View Post
    Yeah, that's terrible, but Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and awakened a sleeping Tiger. Too bad, war is hell, and they got what they asked for.
    I know, just awful all those babies and grandpas and students and nurses at work, the police officers and the garbage collectors, hell even all the cats and dogs and the trees and grass that were snuffed out when we dropped two nuclear bombs on two civilian targets, all guilty participants of the attack at Pearl Harbor that had been a long FDR provocation.
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by bicycleman View Post
    They started by burning a man alive, so I'm all for sending these bastards to meet their 72 virgins, but on their way, I want them to suffer getting there.
    Yes a man. How manny men, and children and woman, not in uniform, not engaging the US were burned alive by the napalm bombs the US dropped on Dresden and Tokyo? How many woman and children and old men were burned alive by the napalm bombs dropped in Vietnam. There is no moral authority coming from the US.
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Unfortunately we don't have videos of the same sufferings of civilians in Dresden and Tokyo burned alive by napalm fire bombs dropped by the US. Or of all those burned alive by US flame throwers. Or those civilians burned alive by napalm bombs in Vietnam, though I think some stills may exist of the latter.
    The U.S. did not use napalm in the bombings of either of those cities. The district bombed in Tokyo in Spring, 1945 was heavily residential--but attached to many of those residences were workshops with lathes, presses, etc. These dual-purpose structures not only saved the time lost in commuting to and from a factory, but they also were easier to hide. They constituted a cottage industry that was making a significant volume of machine parts for Japan's military. That made them legitimate targets under the laws of war, as the people who set them up knew very well.

    I see you are anxious, once again, to run down the United States. It's interesting that whether it is Japan and Germany in WWII or Islamic jihadists today, you seem less concerned with the welfare of this country than with that of its enemies.

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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    Dude, the religious scholars of Islam have been against ISIS from the start. Hell even the radical Muslim scholars by western standards are against them.

    ISIS has absolutely nothing to do with Islam and this action clearly confirms it... as it goes against any and all teachings in the Koran. There is absolutely zero justification what so ever in any twisted interpretation of the Koran to burn a man alive.. quite the opposite. They have basically said to the Islamic world, we are God... and that to any religion is a massive insult to say the least.
    I know that is the talking point, and that this group when affiliated with AQ as AQ in Iraq was the most unruly of the affiliated groups making up AQ, but none the less, they are if only considered by themselves Islamic. To try so hard to disassociate them from Islam, and the radical factions now proclaiming war on non Islamic people of the world, only serves to bolster their propaganda. If you are truly disgusted by their actions you wouldn't be doing what you are doing now.
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Yes a man. How manny men, and children and woman, not in uniform, not engaging the US were burned alive by the napalm bombs the US dropped on Dresden and Tokyo? How many woman and children and old men were burned alive by the napalm bombs dropped in Vietnam. There is no moral authority coming from the US.
    Just what exactly is your major malfunction dude?!!! Are you serious with this crap, trying to mead out judgement as though you know the first damned thing about the world, or war? Your ignorance is all over this thread, and I suspect that you are just posting to troll peoples emotions...You ought to knock it off.
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by matchlight View Post
    The U.S. did not use napalm in the bombings of either of those cities. The district bombed in Tokyo in Spring, 1945 was heavily residential--but attached to many of those residences were workshops with lathes, presses, etc. These dual-purpose structures not only saved the time lost in commuting to and from a factory, but they also were easier to hide. They constituted a cottage industry that was making a significant volume of machine parts for Japan's military. That made them legitimate targets under the laws of war, as the people who set them up knew very well.

    I see you are anxious, once again, to run down the United States. It's interesting that whether it is Japan and Germany in WWII or Islamic jihadists today, you seem less concerned with the welfare of this country than with that of its enemies.
    Match! Pat yourself on the back all you wish for justifying the killing of innocent civilians, you have ample company in that enterprise.
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by matchlight View Post
    The U.S. did not use napalm in the bombings of either of those cities. The district bombed in Tokyo in Spring, 1945 was heavily residential--but attached to many of those residences were workshops with lathes, presses, etc. These dual-purpose structures not only saved the time lost in commuting to and from a factory, but they also were easier to hide. They constituted a cottage industry that was making a significant volume of machine parts for Japan's military. That made them legitimate targets under the laws of war, as the people who set them up knew very well.

    I see you are anxious, once again, to run down the United States. It's interesting that whether it is Japan and Germany in WWII or Islamic jihadists today, you seem less concerned with the welfare of this country than with that of its enemies.
    Match, you have no knowledge of the use of napalm bombs on civilian targets during WW11.

    A napalm bombing campaign against Tokyo on March 9, 1945, killed an estimated 100,000 people and burned 15 square miles (39 square kilometers) of the city [source: Laney].

    Napalm in World War II and Korea - HowStuffWorks

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napalm
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Just what exactly is your major malfunction dude?!!! Are you serious with this crap, trying to mead out judgement as though you know the first damned thing about the world, or war? Your ignorance is all over this thread, and I suspect that you are just posting to troll peoples emotions...You ought to knock it off.
    Must have touched a nerve with that. Don't like it when the spotlight falls on US aggression and barbarity do ya?????????
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    re: ISIS brutaly murders Jordanian pilot. [W:119]

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Must have touched a nerve with that. Don't like it when the spotlight falls on US aggression and barbarity do ya?????????

    touched a nerve? That's your whole game is it not? The depravity of some of your postings makes me thankful that America is large enough that I don't have to personally interact with you.
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