Iraq vs USA

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    He will go, and I don't think he will make a blunder, let's see how this war is going to be.

    And don't get me wrong guys, I'm not an extremist or something from the same type. what I think about arabs is exactly what they think about USA and Israel.

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    >>attitudes like that are the reason why Isreal and Palestine may be fighting until one of them is no longer
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    That's not because this, I'm not an extremist, I just can see people burning USA/Israel flag. I really hate when 20 people dead here in Israel and they are going to the road and make party, when this happens there, we don't do this. And you were here when the Twins collapsed? they did the biggest party I ever seend, thousands of milion people went to the road and started to burn USA flags and telling that 'allah' collapsed the twins buildings.

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    Originally posted by Vber
    >>attitudes like that are the reason why Isreal and Palestine may be fighting until one of them is no longer
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    That's not because this, I'm not an extremist, I just can see people burning USA/Israel flag. I really hate when 20 people dead here in Israel and they are going to the road and make party, when this happens there, we don't do this. And you were here when the Twins collapsed? they did the biggest party I ever seend, thousands of milion people went to the road and started to burn USA flags and telling that 'allah' collapsed the twins buildings.
    yeah, and after the war they will realise their mistake and mend themselves, stop partying, etc.
    when will you grow up ?

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    >>and after the war they will realise their mistake and mend themselves<<

    How do you know? well, this thread is the most idiot thread ever.
    Iraqi, forget, USA WILL go to the war, WILL win the war, WILL take Saddam or Kill him, and just like all wars innocents WILL be killed.

    And you hell don't know me, so don't ask me when I will grown up. I didn't told nothing personal against you so, we're talking about iraq vs usa, don't jump assunt.
    Last edited by Vber; 03-18-2003 at 12:38 PM.

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    > How do you know? well, this thread is the most idiot thread ever.

    Ease off, killer - he was being sarcastic.

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    Ease off, killer - he was being sarcastic.
    Ok, but I don't like people down to personal level, this really irritates me, because I didn't told him nothing at personal level.

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    1) He didn't insult at a personal level - he read your posts and you sound like an immature kid - and I mean the ideas, not the words.
    2) It's pretty easy to tell how old you are... It's, y'know, in your profile.

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    >>2) It's pretty easy to tell how old you are... It's, y'know, in your profile.

    Of course it's in my profile, I haven't any problem with this, I know that comparing to some people here I'm a kid, in words too

    >>you sound like an immature kid - and I mean the ideas
    Well, not just me, every Israelian citizen you ask him the same questions, he will answer you the same thing, no matter the age be 50+ or 10+.

    However, I don't see any reason why this thread should continue, anyone of us can't change the situation, it will be war and not you, not me and not iraqi can change this.

    If you/he thinks that USA is going to make an blunder step, nice my Opinion isn't the same opinion.

    Maybe it's because you/him don't live near this situation, you don't know too much about what's happening here, so you cannot tell me that my opinion is wrong. Of course isn't the same as yours, but it's because we aren't in the same position.
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    > I don't see any reason why this thread should continue,

    That's wonderful - don't pay attention to it, then. I'm not closing it - I'm sick of getting crap from people when I close threads someone requests.

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    I'm not asking for you to close the thread, I'm just asking where this thread is getting us? you can say hours and days that my opinion is wrong, and I will still say that yours is wrong.

    Maybe some day I will change my mind, after the war or don't know when, I think it's a hard thing to happen but ok.

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    Chill out, bud. If you wish war, so be it. Someday if Israel is in the same position as Iraq is in today (which is quite possible just like US turning it's back on AlQaeda), I shall pray for you.

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    Part of the problem in Israel and Palestine is the dehumanization of the other side. Palestinians were raised in a culture that demeaned the "Jewish land stealers," and now many Israelis are taking a similar attitude with the "suicide-bomber" Palestinians. In my opinion, a real lasting peace in Israel and Palestine will be impossible until both sides realizes they did wrong to the other side and both sides recognize that the other side is in the region permenantly, for better or for worse. Both sides must be willing to compromise and discuss their grievances rationally without letting the rageful thought of dead compatriots poison their minds. Until this happens, terrible atrocities will continue in Israel and Palestine.

    The war with Iraq is bound to be more horrific for both sides than President Bush would want the American public to think. Saddam Hussein in all likelihood still has some chemical and biological weapons, and he will definitely use them against the coalition armies this time around. The United States, if threatened by an unquenchable aggressor, though, would do/has done (Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan) the same thing to defend itself. There will be street warfare in Baghdad and guerilla warfare throughout the country, probably even after Saddam's regime is overthrown. When the Iraqi regime tries to defend itself, President Bush is going to label that terrorism to reinforce his logic for having invaded in the first place.

    After peace is brought back, a slightly freer and slightly more democratic regime will be installed under U.S. supervision, and the new U.S.-supported Iraqi government will pay back the war debt from "being liberated" through its oil supplies. The U.S.'s supposed Middle Eastern allies, Saudi Arabia et ali., will point out this blatant imperialism to rouse up the rage of the average Middle Easterner. This will lead to more people willing to support violent acts of terrorism against the United States and the rest of the Western world. The Middle Eastern "powder keg" could very well explode at this point. I do not want to make predictions on what will happen beyond this except to say that President Bush will probably accuse more countries of the same things Iraq was accused of (i.e., Iran).

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    >Anyone think Iraq can possibly win the war?

    I don't think so. Let's hope Bagdad will not be a second Stalingrad and that the war will be over as soon as possible with as less victims as possible.

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    "Anyone think Iraq can possibly win the war?"

    I don't think so.

    "Iraqi, well, why we're arguing? let's enjoy from the war "
    >>Yeah, cos people being killed and maimed is just hilarious isn't it?
    "If we're talking about iraq's people yes, same to palestines"
    "I'm not an extremist"
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    Shiro, the second sentence in your reply is probably both the most realistic and respectful that I've read concerning this war. Let's all hope and pray that it ends quickly with as few casualties on either side as possible. At this point it seems too evident that the war is going to happen. The best we can hope for is for it to end quickly with as few lives ruined from it.

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