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I mentioned this a while ago in a Philosophy thread. It includes a well thought out commentary on the use terms like "Muslim terrorists". That starts around 35 mins. There's a 10 minute intro you can skip and the Q&A starts at 1 hr, which doesn't have anything memorable.
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A-number wrote:I am saying this in response to her comment Lausten and not you. And that is we should THEN label the CIA, FBI and other major government agencies as religious terrorist organizations for the systematic ethnic cleansing they do in the name of "war on terror" by killing 1000's of innocent civilians and cover it up. There are guys who have been held against their will in Guantanamo for years, who did not do anything. Even their attempt to make that clear by going on hunger strikes have been terroristically denied by force feeding their poor men and Evily sticking plastic tube down their throats and noses and pouring liquid through it!!!!! If one decides to go on hunger strike, they should be allowed to do that as it is NOT A TERRORIST ACT AGAINST ANYONE but actually a peaceful one. Yet they have been denied such basic right on the sole ground that they are MUSLIMS. Now who is terrorizing who?!?!?!!? The western world need to pull its head out of its own Ass. And ISIS is nothing but a byproduct of what the war criminal bush did. Furthermore, it is nothing more than your own reflection in the mirror. You have no one to blame for it but yourselves.
Do you have any sources?
The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool. – William Shakespeare
A-number wrote:Are you honestly inquiring or are you being sarcastic/cynical? For starters, ISIS did not exist before the terrorist bush did his deed.
All you have to do is ask google or bing or any of those.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS, was a commander of al-Qaida units that fought the coalition. The group and its current command was already in existence.
Matthew Ellard wrote:Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS, was a commander of al-Qaida units that fought the coalition. The group and its current command was already in existence.
A-number wrote:How come we never heard of anything up until no earlier than a year ago or even less?
You haven't been following the Syrian activities to remove Assad. This bloke was working and controlling factions of the anti-Assad insurgents. The ISIL or ISIS name is his recent re-badging to obtain funding.