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Emboldened by Afghanistan, Iran-Backed Militias Demand U.S. Troops Out of Iraq

Hadi al-Amiri, head of the Iranian-backed Badr Organization and leader of the Fateh Alliance, a coalition of Iranian-supported militia groups, speaks during a campaign rally in Baghdad on May 7, 2018, ahead of Iraq's parliamentary elections to be held on May 12. (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE / AFP) (Photo credit … AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP via Getty Images

GABRIELLE REYES
1 Sep 2021190
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Iraqi Shiite militia leader Hadi al-Amiri on Tuesday urged all foreign troops to leave Iraq by the end of the year, the Kurdish news agency Rudaw reported.

By December 31, 2021, “no foreign forces” should remain in Iraq, Al-Amiri told reporters at the Rafidain Center for Dialogue (RCD) forum in Baghdad.

 

 

“Not Turkish forces or French forces. This is a decision of the Iraqi people and not President Macron’s decision,” he added.

Al-Amiri, who leads both a “political Fatih alliance and the armed Badr Organization” in Iraq, according to Rudaw, referred to comments made by French President Emmanuel Macron during a visit to Iraq over the weekend. The Badr Organization is part of the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF), a coalition of Iran-backed militias formally integrated into the Iraqi armed forces.

Macron arrived in Baghdad on August 28, where he participated in a conference “aimed at easing Mideast tensions,” according to the Associated Press. The summit was attended by Iraqi government officials, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sabah Al Khalid Al Sabah, and Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. In a speech at the conference, Macron vowed to maintain a French troop presence in Iraq “regardless of the Americans’ choices” and “for as long as the Iraqi government is asking for our support.”

 

“There are currently 3,500 foreign soldiers in Iraq, 2,500 of them Americans, as part of the global coalition against the Islamic State group (ISIS),” Rudaw reported on September 1. France currently contributes 800 military personnel to Iraq’s international troop coalition.

Washington held diplomatic talks with Baghdad from June 11-July 26 to discuss America’s role in Iraq moving forward. The two sides agreed that “there will be no U.S. forces with a combat role in Iraq by December 31, 2021,” according to a joint statement released at the conclusion of the strategic dialogue.

“The United States intends to continue its support for the ISF [Iraqi Security Forces], including the Peshmerga, to build their capacity to deal with future threats,” according to the statement. The Peshmerga are the military forces of Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan Region.

A member of the French government delegation that accompanied Macron on his trip to Iraq from August 28-29 told Rudaw on Saturday Paris “will continue to play a leading role in fighting terror” in Iraq in the coming months.

“France is working with the Iraqis and Kurds beyond the coalition. Even if the Americans leave, even if France can’t take over all the responsibilities of the Americans, France will continue to be beside Iraq and the Kurds to lead the fight against terrorism,” Jean-Jacques Bridey, the head of the French parliament’s France-Iraq Friendship Committee, told Rudaw on August 28.

An international coalition of troops in 2017 helped Iraq defeat Islamic State terrorists who took over about 40 percent of the country through a military campaign launched in 2014.

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1 hour ago, currenzcraze said:

Emboldened by Afghanistan, Iran-Backed Militias Demand U.S. Troops Out of Iraq

Hadi al-Amiri, head of the Iranian-backed Badr Organization and leader of the Fateh Alliance, a coalition of Iranian-supported militia groups, speaks during a campaign rally in Baghdad on May 7, 2018, ahead of Iraq's parliamentary elections to be held on May 12. (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE / AFP) (Photo credit … AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP via Getty Images

GABRIELLE REYES
1 Sep 2021190
0:32

Iraqi Shiite militia leader Hadi al-Amiri on Tuesday urged all foreign troops to leave Iraq by the end of the year, the Kurdish news agency Rudaw reported.

By December 31, 2021, “no foreign forces” should remain in Iraq, Al-Amiri told reporters at the Rafidain Center for Dialogue (RCD) forum in Baghdad.

 

 

“Not Turkish forces or French forces. This is a decision of the Iraqi people and not President Macron’s decision,” he added.

Al-Amiri, who leads both a “political Fatih alliance and the armed Badr Organization” in Iraq, according to Rudaw, referred to comments made by French President Emmanuel Macron during a visit to Iraq over the weekend. The Badr Organization is part of the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF), a coalition of Iran-backed militias formally integrated into the Iraqi armed forces.

Macron arrived in Baghdad on August 28, where he participated in a conference “aimed at easing Mideast tensions,” according to the Associated Press. The summit was attended by Iraqi government officials, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sabah Al Khalid Al Sabah, and Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. In a speech at the conference, Macron vowed to maintain a French troop presence in Iraq “regardless of the Americans’ choices” and “for as long as the Iraqi government is asking for our support system" rel="">support.”

 

“There are currently 3,500 foreign soldiers in Iraq, 2,500 of them Americans, as part of the global coalition against the Islamic State group (ISIS),” Rudaw reported on September 1. France currently contributes 800 military personnel to Iraq’s international troop coalition.

Washington held diplomatic talks with Baghdad from June 11-July 26 to discuss America’s role in Iraq moving forward. The two sides agreed that “there will be no U.S. forces with a combat role in Iraq by December 31, 2021,” according to a joint statement released at the conclusion of the strategic dialogue.

“The United States intends to continue its support system" rel="">support for the ISF [Iraqi Security Forces], including the Peshmerga, to build their capacity to deal with future threats,” according to the statement. The Peshmerga are the military forces of Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan Region.

A member of the French government delegation that accompanied Macron on his trip to Iraq from August 28-29 told Rudaw on Saturday Paris “will continue to play a leading role in fighting terror” in Iraq in the coming months.

“France is working with the Iraqis and Kurds beyond the coalition. Even if the Americans leave, even if France can’t take over all the responsibilities of the Americans, France will continue to be beside Iraq and the Kurds to lead the fight against terrorism,” Jean-Jacques Bridey, the head of the French parliament’s France-Iraq Friendship Committee, told Rudaw on August 28.

An international coalition of troops in 2017 helped Iraq defeat Islamic State terrorists who took over about 40 percent of the country through a military campaign launched in 2014.

This is a slick way to stage the removal of troops out of iraq. I like It! Send them home!! The U.S is getting out of other countries, this will result in peace after dust settles... More Abraham Accord? 

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16 minutes ago, Theseus said:

If you think this will result in peace, you are sadly mistaken given the history of the Middle East. If the USA leaves Iraq at the behest of Iranian backed militia leader, this not only emboldens Iran to further its nefarious and terrorist activities but they will soon be landing on our shores telling us to leave the US, convert or die. And if you think I am exaggerating here, remember CAIR's co-founder once stated that they weren't here to be just another religion, they were here to make the Quran the Constitution and make the US a muslim nation. Until that happens, like it or not, Islam is at war with any land they deem that is not the House of Peace. FYI, in ISlam this has a very significant meaning in which no non-believer resides in the land, the land is purely Islamic and sharia is the highest law in the land. Unicorn's will fart rainbows before there will be a modicum of peace while the Taliban rule Afghanistan and Iran is emboldened to carry on (especially for Israel).  Only a western mindset would think this all leads to peace, while they strategize and plot the west's downfall. And believe me, they are salivating at the gums right now that Biden and not Trump is POTUS. Many have already predicted we will be going back to Afghanistan and the UK has already pondered bombing them.

I used to be of the same mindset until I figured out whats going on.

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27 minutes ago, Theseus said:

If you think this will result in peace, you are sadly mistaken given the history of the Middle East. If the USA leaves Iraq at the behest of Iranian backed militia leader, this not only emboldens Iran to further its nefarious and terrorist activities but they will soon be landing on our shores telling us to leave the US, convert or die. And if you think I am exaggerating here, remember CAIR's co-founder once stated that they weren't here to be just another religion, they were here to make the Quran the Constitution and make the US a muslim nation. Until that happens, like it or not, Islam is at war with any land they deem that is not the House of Peace. FYI, in ISlam this has a very significant meaning in which no non-believer resides in the land, the land is purely Islamic and sharia is the highest law in the land. Unicorn's will fart rainbows before there will be a modicum of peace while the Taliban rule Afghanistan and Iran is emboldened to carry on (especially for Israel).  Only a western mindset would think this all leads to peace, while they strategize and plot the west's downfall. And believe me, they are salivating at the gums right now that Biden and not Trump is POTUS. Many have already predicted we will be going back to Afghanistan and the UK has already pondered bombing them.

The CIA was responsible for 90% of terrorism across the globe. They are being dismantled as we speak.

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16 hours ago, currenzcraze said:

Emboldened by Afghanistan, Iran-Backed Militias Demand U.S. Troops Out of Iraq

 

And now it begins ... the crises will increase due to the failure and lack of leadership of the  Biden/Globalist administration.  

 

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8 hours ago, Theseus said:

If you think this will result in peace, you are sadly mistaken given the history of the Middle East. If the USA leaves Iraq at the behest of Iranian backed militia leader, this not only emboldens Iran to further its nefarious and terrorist activities but they will soon be landing on our shores telling us to leave the US, convert or die. 

 

Right-on Theseus ... very well said ... I'm totally in agreement ... RON :salute:

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14 hours ago, Longtimelurker said:

The CIA was responsible for 90% of terrorism across the globe. They are being dismantled as we speak.

Yes correct cia have been run guns drugs in and out of countries for years...I remember when trump removed the cia and ability to use special forces to conduct clandestine operations on their behalf. Cia is in the death roll, dismantled. Cia funded and created al queda and isis...it’s what they do

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The CIA was responsible for 90% of terrorism across the globe. They are being dismantled as we speak.

The CIA is probably back in Vogue, compliments of Biden and his trusty pen signing off more executive orders. The CIA is most likely the The Great Oz behind the Red Curtain controlling our government today.  Even if they did start dissolving the CIA, do you really think men with such a diabolical history are just going to go get another job somewhere else? Oh maybe go to work for the highest paying bidder, China…..  The CIA was never American, only self serving, kind of like our Congress... 😡

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The CIA was responsible for 90% of terrorism across the globe. They are being dismantled as we speak.

So tell me where was the CIA when we were fighting the Barbary Pirates?  Don't think the CIA existed back then and definitely don't think they, the CIA, was responsible for terrorism before the organization existed. Your 90% root cause theory is not without its merits but when it comes to the ME, its totally poppycock bullcrap. 

 

Where was the CIA when the Wahabis went around the Arabian Pennisula during the time of the Ottoman Empire and before World War I, terrorizing other muslims saying they committed Shirk (worse than apostacy) and had the mantra of "pushing the Jews into the Sea"?

 

Where was the CIA when The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem met with Adolf Hitler to convince him to get rid of the Jews by genocide?

 

90% root cause theory - poppycock, bullcrap. They don't need the CIA to instill terrorism as it is written in their books. If you don't believe me all you have to do is start with the verseof Jihad: 2:216 where fighting is prescribed by their Allah, whether they like it or not. And their scholar Yusuf Ali concurs and explain this. Or you can point to their book because Sheik Osama Bin Laden used verse 9:5 to bring down the World Trade Center. Bin Laden only used the CIA to be trained, the ideology was already there - hatred for all things in the House of War. And in your infinite wisdom, you should know the United States is part of the House of War because the kafirs, mushriken and non-believers live on the land. 

 

Ask Egypt who destroyed, lit on fire, the Great Library of Alexandria. Ask the Coptics, Christians, how that "90% of terrorism was the responsibility of the CIA"? Ask the orphans in Egypt who have had their orphanages razed to the ground by bull dozers who is responsible for that? Ask the Coptic women in Egypt who have had acid thrown in their face if the CIA was responsible? Ask the Coptic priests if the CIA is responsible for not being able to repair their churches. Ask the Coptic women who have had their daughters kidnapped and forced to convert to Islam whether or not the CIA is responsible. 

 

90% responsible, bull crap! They, the CIA, aren't even responsible for 10%. No Islam has that one all to themselves. And if you say Islam was hijacked, you are a good sheeple and have completed your brain washing sessions. The word Islamaphobia didn't exist until well after 9-11 as they were trying to find a word like "racism" since the OKC bombing. the reason "racism" didn't work was because Islam is not a race, just like Christianity is not a race. 

 

Next time try with someone who knows a little less. I have spoken with these cretins and I have been the proverbial fly on the wall when they were behind closed doors. Something most never get to witness. I will never forget that discussion to this day. CIA my derrière!

 

  

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On 9/2/2021 at 5:10 AM, currenzcraze said:

Emboldened by Afghanistan, Iran-Backed Militias Demand U.S. Troops Out of Iraq

Hadi al-Amiri, head of the Iranian-backed Badr Organization and leader of the Fateh Alliance, a coalition of Iranian-supported militia groups, speaks during a campaign rally in Baghdad on May 7, 2018, ahead of Iraq's parliamentary elections to be held on May 12. (Photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE / AFP) (Photo credit … AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP via Getty Images

GABRIELLE REYES
1 Sep 2021190
0:32

Iraqi Shiite militia leader Hadi al-Amiri on Tuesday urged all foreign troops to leave Iraq by the end of the year, the Kurdish news agency Rudaw reported.

By December 31, 2021, “no foreign forces” should remain in Iraq, Al-Amiri told reporters at the Rafidain Center for Dialogue (RCD) forum in Baghdad.

 

 

“Not Turkish forces or French forces. This is a decision of the Iraqi people and not President Macron’s decision,” he added.

Al-Amiri, who leads both a “political Fatih alliance and the armed Badr Organization” in Iraq, according to Rudaw, referred to comments made by French President Emmanuel Macron during a visit to Iraq over the weekend. The Badr Organization is part of the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF), a coalition of Iran-backed militias formally integrated into the Iraqi armed forces.

Macron arrived in Baghdad on August 28, where he participated in a conference “aimed at easing Mideast tensions,” according to the Associated Press. The summit was attended by Iraqi government officials, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sabah Al Khalid Al Sabah, and Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. In a speech at the conference, Macron vowed to maintain a French troop presence in Iraq “regardless of the Americans’ choices” and “for as long as the Iraqi government is asking for our support system" rel="">support.”

 

“There are currently 3,500 foreign soldiers in Iraq, 2,500 of them Americans, as part of the global coalition against the Islamic State group (ISIS),” Rudaw reported on September 1. France currently contributes 800 military personnel to Iraq’s international troop coalition.

Washington held diplomatic talks with Baghdad from June 11-July 26 to discuss America’s role in Iraq moving forward. The two sides agreed that “there will be no U.S. forces with a combat role in Iraq by December 31, 2021,” according to a joint statement released at the conclusion of the strategic dialogue.

“The United States intends to continue its support system" rel="">support for the ISF [Iraqi Security Forces], including the Peshmerga, to build their capacity to deal with future threats,” according to the statement. The Peshmerga are the military forces of Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan Region.

A member of the French government delegation that accompanied Macron on his trip to Iraq from August 28-29 told Rudaw on Saturday Paris “will continue to play a leading role in fighting terror” in Iraq in the coming months.

“France is working with the Iraqis and Kurds beyond the coalition. Even if the Americans leave, even if France can’t take over all the responsibilities of the Americans, France will continue to be beside Iraq and the Kurds to lead the fight against terrorism,” Jean-Jacques Bridey, the head of the French parliament’s France-Iraq Friendship Committee, told Rudaw on August 28.

An international coalition of troops in 2017 helped Iraq defeat Islamic State terrorists who took over about 40 percent of the country through a military campaign launched in 2014.

Hahahaha... they are funny. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Sorry to have to leave this comment, but don't put it past this President, to suddenly cave in and leave Iraq in the middle of the night, on the run. This President has shown himself to be stupid enough, to do just that. No disrespect meant to the office, just the "leader". :facepalm2:

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9 minutes ago, Rochester said:

Sorry to have to leave this comment, but don't put it past this President, to suddenly cave in and leave Iraq in the middle of the night, on the run. This President has shown himself to be stupid enough, to do just that. No disrespect meant to the office, just the "leader". :facepalm2:

 

I agree with you Rochester ... Biden is foolish enough to do just that ... You got a "Pow..!" from me on your comment.:salute:RON 

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CIA responsible for all of this, in the last week of August alone? I can come with hundreds of instances not even taking place in Afghanistan,

 

- On August 27, 2021, the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) claimed responsibility for an August 25 attack on Nigerian military barracks.


- On August 31, 2021, the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) released a photo report showing ISWAP operatives in Nigeria distributing "da'wah [preaching] leaflets to the common Muslims explaining the severity of cooperating with the apostates or joining them."


= On August 25, 2021, the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) released a photoset depicting "an aspect of the agricultural activity of the subjects of the Islamic State in Nigeria."


- On August 30, 2021, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) English-language Telegram channel posted a message in the name of a U.S.-based ISIS supporter who expressed his surprise at the reaction of what he called "the enemies of Allah," including Russia, China, and the United States, at the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan and their failure to immediately form a

coalition to remove the Afghan group.


- Following the statement released by the Islamic State (ISIS) in which it claimed responsibility for the Kabul attack, ISIS supporters and pro-ISIS media outlets published dozens of posts glorifying the attacker, rejoicing that he managed to kill U.S. forces, and urging fellow supporters to disseminate the ISIS's statement across social media platforms, including Facebook and YouTube.


- Following the August 26, 2021 suicide bombing at the Kabul international airport – which killed 13 U.S. servicemen and more than 100 Afghans and wounded hundreds more, including 18 U.S. military personnel and several members of the Afghan Taliban – the Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP) claimed the attack, reporting the number of victims as "more than 160," including "more than 20 members of the American forces."


- On August 30, 2021, pro-Islamic State (ISIS) media outlets continued to celebrate the group's August 26 suicide attack on Kabul Airport, which killed 13 U.S. servicemen.


- On August 30, 2021, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) Telegram channel commented on a CNN interview conducted with an alleged senior commander of the group's branch Khorasan, known as ISIS-K.


- On August 31, 2021, pro-Islamic State (ISIS) media outlets released content celebrating the August 26 suicide bombing and August 30 rocket attack targeting Kabul airport, for which ISIS claimed responsibility.


- Following media reports that at least two explosions took place near Kabul's Hamid Karzai International Airport amid the chaotic evacuation by the United States and other Western countries of their citizens and Afghans at risk from the Taliban, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) Telegram channel celebrated the attacks, which reportedly killed U.S. soldiers and citizens. It also mocked the Taliban's pledge not to allow Afghanistan to be used as a base for attacks against the West.


- On August 11, 2021, pro-Islamic State (ISIS) media groups launched what appears to be a coordinated media campaign against Rwanda.


- English-speaking Islamic State (ISIS) supporters and Taliban supporters have been discussing their points of view on the ISIS-K (ISIS in Khorasan, i.e., Afghanistan) attack on the Kabul airport that targeted U.S. servicemen and Afghans. ISIS supporters celebrated the killing, while Taliban supporters criticized ISIS-K for killing Muslims. Some Taliban supporters also asserted that ISIS was working with Ashraf Ghani's regime.


- Pro-Taliban Western jihadi Twitter user praises the group's takeover of Afghanistan and defends their actions.
- In an Urdu-language statement issued by its media wing, Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) congratulated the Afghan Taliban leaders on their victory in Afghanistan.


- On August 27, 2021, the media office of the Al-Qaeda affiliate in Somalia, Harakat Al-Shabab Al-Mujahideen (aka Al-Shabab or HSM), released, via the Al-Qaeda media outlet an English communique about an August 24, 2021 raid in Somalia.


- Following the suicide attack claimed by the Islamic State (ISIS) on August 26, 2021, Al-Qaeda supporters cautiously cheered for the attack that killed American soldiers and citizens, while casting doubt on the ISIS narrative that the attack was carried out with an explosive belt.


- On August 28, 2021, a pro-Al-Qaeda media group released a poster on Telegram to mark the upcoming 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.


- On August 27, 2021, a pro-Al-Qaeda outlet published a report praising recent "bloody attacks" by the mujahideen of Al-Qaeda affiliates in three African countries, Mali, Somalia, and Kenya.


- Issue 21 of a pro-Al-Qaeda women's magazine focuses on the Afghan Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan, which the editorial describes as a "great defeat of the West."


- On August 31, 2021, the Hayat Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS)-linked General Security Service released photos of 4 alleged members of an Islamic State (ISIS) cell who were apprehended in Idlib.


- On August 31, 2021, a Syria-based Egyptian jihadi preacher published a lengthy post on Telegram in which he paid a tribute to Egyptians who migrated to Syria to join the ranks of jihad.


- On September 1, 2021, the Uyghur jihadi group the Turkestan Islamic Party (TIP) reported on its website that its operatives carried out artillery attacks on Syrian regime bases.


= On August 31, 2021, an Iranian-supported Shi'ite group in Iraq claimed responsibility for two attacks against American convoys in Iraq.

 

Right now the world is abuzz with Afghanistan but look in that list above and you will see some disturbing things like Women's Rights, and other locations.

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You don't think the allies of Iran are emboldened? Here is a television interview (translated) where the guest is praising Sadam Hussein. Tell me they don't have animosity for the West.

 

Iraqi Intellectual Hassan Al-'Alawi: Saddam Hussein Was An Honest, Decent, Patriotic Dictator Who Loved The Poor; He Was Hanged, But The Traitors Who Rule Iraq Are the Ones Who Deserve To Be Hanged

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Source: Altaghier TV (Iraq)

Iraqi intellectual Hassan Al-'Alawi said that Saddam Hussein was an honest, decent, patriotic leader, who was kind to the poor but also a dictator. He made these remarks in an interview that aired on Altaghier TV (Iraq) on August 6, 2021. Al-'Alawi said that Arab countries prospered under dictatorship and democracy only got them into trouble. He added that if Saddam was executed, the "traitors" who "stole Iraq and are still doing so" should also be executed. For more information about Al-'Alawi, see MEMRI TV clips nos. 8321 and 5957.

Interviewer: "When you entered Iraq, when you returned to Iraq, and found Iraq without Saddam Hussein, how did you feel?"

Hassan Al-'Alawi: "I wished that Saddam would still be there, because Saddam gave a lot to the Iraqi people, despite his cruelty."

Interviewer: "But you did not find him there? How did you feel about that?"

Al-'Alawi: "What?"

Interviewer: "You returned to Iraq and did not find Saddam. He wasn't there. How did you feel when you entered Iraq and found a new Iraq, different from the Iraq you knew when you left."

Al-'Alawi: "Saddam Hussein was executed? The traitors who stole Iraq and are still doing so should be executed. Saddam Hussein was executed? Saddam was honest, pan-Arabist, patriotic, a loyal son of the [Arab] nation. Saddam Hussein loved the poor people. Saddam Hussein could not see a [poor] woman on the side of the road without getting out of his car, putting his hands on her head, and kissing it.

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"Is it bravery to wait for your political rival to die in order to curse him? Saddam was hanged? The traitors should be hanged! The traitors who rule Iraq should be hanged! Saddam was not a traitor. Saddam was a patriot and one of the architects of the pan-Arab enterprise in Iraq. Saddam was decent, he loved the poor, but he was a dictator. But who was not a dictator? Wasn't the Caliph a dictator? Could someone say no to the Caliph? Was there ever a deputy to the Caliph? Our Arab regimes were all dictatorships. We prospered only thanks to these dictatorships, and got into trouble only because of democracy."

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This Iman lives in Colorado. Yes the United States, Notice Women have rights tot he Hijab but this Iman denies it. Why? Because of where he is living now. But what does he have to say about Afghanistan?

 

Colorado Imam Karim AbuZaid: Macron Denies Muslim Women's Right To Hijab – But The Taliban "Have The Right To Tell The [Afghan] People What To Wear"

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Source: The Internet - "Imam AbuZaid on YouTube"

Colorado Imam Karim AbuZaid asked why it is acceptable for French President Macron to deny Muslim women in France the right to wear the hijab, while the Taliban is not allowed to force Afghan women to wear one. He made his remarks in a video streamed live on his YouTube channel on August 21, 2021. AbuZaid said that every Muslim should want to establish the shari'a by lawful means and that the Taliban are the conquering rulers of Afghanistan. The hijab is an element of the shari’a, he said. In October 2020, AbuZaid spoke about Macron's statement that Islam was "in danger" in a Friday sermon that was delivered at the Colorado Muslim Community Center in Aurora, Colorado. For more information, see MEMRI TV clip no 8368.

Imam Karim AbuZaid: "Why is there so much hypocrisy in the world now?  Why not accept the Taliban as conquering rulers? You know, why don’t you raise any flags when France’s [President] Macron decided to force Muslim women out of hijab?

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"The hijab is an element of Islam, of the shari'a. Now, you should love for the law of Allah to be established, through the legal lawful channels, without violating the laws of the land. Now, the Taliban happen to be the ruling authority in Afghanistan. Don’t they have the right to at least, show their women the Islamic dress code, like France – Macron is the ruling force in France – they are giving the right to tell the people what to wear and what not to wear."

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All over the Middle East there are numerous individuals saying this: (As long as Biden remains in office)

 

Turkey-Based Egyptian Political Analyst Islam Al-Ghamri: U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan Signals The Decline Of The "American Era," And Possibly Its Disintegration, Like The USSR

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Source: Channel 9/Qanat TV (Turkey)

Egyptian political analyst Islam Al-Ghamri said that U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan is the "bugle call" signaling the end of the era of American influence. He made his remarks in an interview that aired on the Muslim Brotherhood affiliated Arabic language Turkish Channel 9 on August 20, 2021. Al-Ghamri said that it might take years or even decades, but the United States will not be the same after its withdrawal. He added that it might even disintegrate, like the USSR. Islam Al-Ghamri is a former senior official member at the Egyptian Islamist Building and Development Party.

Islam Al-Ghamri: "America is in a period of decline and waning. I believe that American expansion and the American Era have come to an end, and a new era has arrived. This era is introduced by this horror film. What is happening now is a starting point, a bugle call signaling that a new era is taking shape, and that the U.S. will never be the same after its withdrawal from Afghanistan. This is a historic and pivotal point in time.

"How long will the period of American decline takes? Years? Decades? It might take even more time, or maybe less, but the period of downfall, waning, and collapse has begun. Maybe we will witness the disintegration of the U.S. in the future. Maybe the U.S. will disintegrate, just like the Soviet Union did. This is a huge earthquake. When there is an earthquake, the land fractures, and collapses that were unimaginable in the past – suddenly happen. What happened is a huge earthquake that will strike Europe, the U.S., and the entire Western civilization."

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Another ME Iman, this time in Washington D.C. who is trying to pin to the wall the narrative the Americans are the ones who did the bombing in Kabul.

 

Washington D.C. Imam Abdul Alim Musa: The Zionists Run America, They Bombed Kabul Airport To Influence Biden's Iran Policy – Just Like They Orchestrated 9/11

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Source: The Internet - "on As-Sabiqun DC on YouTube "

Imam Abdul Alim Musa, Director of Masjid Al-Islam in Washington D.C. said that "the Zionists" carried out the August 2021 Kabul airport bombings, killing American troops, in order to influence President Biden's policy on Iran. He made his remarks in a Friday sermon that aired on As-Sabiqun DC on YouTube on August 27, 2021. He said that the Israeli delegation was supposed to meet with President Biden, whom he referred to as "whatever his name is," but was delayed because of the bombing in order to gauge Biden's stance on Iran.

Musa also said that Islam's main enemy is the Zionists, and that the U.S. serves the Zionists. He said that this is similar to the 9/11 attacks, which he claimed were also carried out by the Zionists. Musa went on to say that the Zionists are telling President Biden what to do, but that Biden has the opportunity to save America from Zionism. He said that the Zionists control Congress, the Senate, and the U.S. economy, and that they "run America." For more about Imam Abdul Alim Musa, see MEMRI TV clips nos. 5869, 5762,and 2326.

Abdul Alim Musa: "After a short period of being a Muslim, we had realized who our main enemy was, and we knew from jump street that our main enemy were Zionists. The main enemy of Islam were Zionists. So therefore, we not only had to go up against the Americans, who were servants of Zionism.

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"The Zionists have been here since day before yesterday. They were supposed to meet, right? They were supposed to meet yesterday with the President, with old Biden. But they had the explosion of those people over there, and it was so traumatic that they had to put it all until today.

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"America has been taken over by the Zionists, and yesterday, when they [were] getting ready to meet, right? With old... whatever his name is... this man [is] getting old already... 78 years old, good God... he ain't got too much older to get before he leave...

"Then, they have the bombing. They want to go in and talk to him at that time, what do they want to say to him? 'Look, we don't want to, we told you we don't want you to do anything with Iran.' Just because you tell the world you're going to do this with Iran, do that with Iran...  and we don't want you to do it. To show you how we feel about it, we gonna blow up a whole crew of your soldiers in front of everybody, and in front of the public. You can't do nothing about it. Why, they couldn't do nothing about 9/11 right? Don't they have history of people standing on buildings, cheering while 9/11 goes off?  Who are those people? They are Zionists.

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"And the Russians went running home, they went running home, they didn't look back. And then, the World Trade Center goes up in smoke. They blamed it on people there. They wish they hadn't done that. They wish they hadn't done that, because they have been stuck over there for 20 years.

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"They are meeting down there today, and the Zionists are telling Biden, or whatever his name is, what to do. And he is trying to say 'Well...' By this evening or tomorrow, you will know whether he stood his ground. He has the opportunity to rescue America from Zionists. Do you know [that] the whole apparatus understands what is going on?

"When the FBI comes by here, and they make a couple of hints of certain things, and then they're going back to their business, they said clearly, right by the door, 'you don't have to worry about us anymore, there's something else, and they're hinting at it... I say... I don't have to worry about y'all no more.

"Every time I come from overseas, I sit a whole 4-5 hours. Before getting on the plane, I stand there for 2-3 hours, I got to get there really early, because I got to stand there, just wait, go to the... When I got there, coming from Oakland the other time, I went to the airport, showed them my ID, they said 'okay, go,' I was looking all around and I went through the place, and it just said 'stand there... go ahead'. I started to go back... wait just a minute now, what is going on here? I just walked right on through. That's what the FBI did. The FBI was here to tell me, but I am not letting them go away with it. We're under new dispensations, right now.

"The Zionists are telling us what to do, the Zionists put the big tall guy... you know, what's his name... head of the FBI. They do what they want. Donald Trump's best friend is a Zionist, they are friends... [but] they are not his friends, right? Don't they manipulate, and they control him? 100%. What was Trump's job? We said it here, years before it happened.

"First, we said his job is to destroy the Republican Party. Remember that? Then, we said Donald's job is to destroy America, to make it super weak. If America is super weak ideologically, and the Zionists are strong, that little old group of people can control him. Why? You see it everyday, why. What is it, Pegasus [spyware] this and that... They got something on the whole Congress, and there ain't no white man that lived a moral life in the United States. I mean, there's probably one or so... But them, right? Tell the truth! So, the Zionist got them all by their body parts, they got them all! They have to cooperate, let me try to explain that again. The Zionists control Congress, the Zionists control Senate, the Zionists control economy, the Zionists run America."

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9 hours ago, Theseus said:

So tell me where was the CIA when we were fighting the Barbary Pirates?  Don't think the CIA existed back then and definitely don't think they, the CIA, was responsible for terrorism before the organization existed. Your 90% root cause theory is not without its merits but when it comes to the ME, its totally poppycock bullcrap. 

 

Where was the CIA when the Wahabis went around the Arabian Pennisula during the time of the Ottoman Empire and before World War I, terrorizing other muslims saying they committed Shirk (worse than apostacy) and had the mantra of "pushing the Jews into the Sea"?

 

Where was the CIA when The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem met with Adolf Hitler to convince him to get rid of the Jews by genocide?

 

90% root cause theory - poppycock, bullcrap. They don't need the CIA to instill terrorism as it is written in their books. If you don't believe me all you have to do is start with the verseof Jihad: 2:216 where fighting is prescribed by their Allah, whether they like it or not. And their scholar Yusuf Ali concurs and explain this. Or you can point to their book because Sheik Osama Bin Laden used verse 9:5 to bring down the World Trade Center. Bin Laden only used the CIA to be trained, the ideology was already there - hatred for all things in the House of War. And in your infinite wisdom, you should know the United States is part of the House of War because the kafirs, mushriken and non-believers live on the land. 

 

Ask Egypt who destroyed, lit on fire, the Great Library of Alexandria. Ask the Coptics, Christians, how that "90% of terrorism was the responsibility of the CIA"? Ask the orphans in Egypt who have had their orphanages razed to the ground by bull dozers who is responsible for that? Ask the Coptic women in Egypt who have had acid thrown in their face if the CIA was responsible? Ask the Coptic priests if the CIA is responsible for not being able to repair their churches. Ask the Coptic women who have had their daughters kidnapped and forced to convert to Islam whether or not the CIA is responsible. 

 

90% responsible, bull crap! They, the CIA, aren't even responsible for 10%. No Islam has that one all to themselves. And if you say Islam was hijacked, you are a good sheeple and have completed your brain washing sessions. The word Islamaphobia didn't exist until well after 9-11 as they were trying to find a word like "racism" since the OKC bombing. the reason "racism" didn't work was because Islam is not a race, just like Christianity is not a race. 

 

Next time try with someone who knows a little less. I have spoken with these cretins and I have been the proverbial fly on the wall when they were behind closed doors. Something most never get to witness. I will never forget that discussion to this day. CIA my derrière!

 

  

Obviously the CIA wasn't responsible for terrorism before it was created.

 

Osama bin laden had nothing to do with the twin towers coming down. You will learn more about that very soon.

 

I will stop there since you're first two points were uneducated.

 

 

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Does that go along with the theory that bin Laden is not dead, and behind all of this?

 

Latest theory on no bin Laden involvement:

 

https://usareally.com/10876-taliban-spokesman-claims-there-is-no-evidence-that-osama-bin-laden-was-behind-9-11-terrorist-attacks

A Taliban spokesman claimed that “there is no evidence” that Osama bin Laden was behind the 9/11 attacks.

It has been two decades since Al-Quaeda allegedly attacks the U.S. by two airplanes crashing into the buildings of TWC on September 11, 2001. According to the initial 9/11 Commission Report, the terrorist attacks were executed by the group led by bin Laden, who immediately became the terrorist number one in the world.

After so many years of investigations, authorized and non-authorized reports, testimonies of the witnesses and survivals, and conspiracy theories many people are still deeply convinced that it was Osama bin Laden, who organized the attacks that changed the world on that tragic day.

But still, no rock-solid evidence was provided to prove that Al-Queda was at least in some kind involved in the deadly events that brought the USA to invade Iraq and then Afghanistan. Only a lazy one didn’t try to dig a bit deeper into Osama bin Laden to learn who a founder of a pan-Islamic militant organization really was.  

And Zabihullan Mujahid, Taliban spokesman confirmed to NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Ricard Engel that Osama bin Laden had nothing to do with 9/11.

Talking about whether Afghanistan in the hands of the Taliban will “ever again” become a new ground for terrorism and new attacks against the USA, Mujahid said:

"Although there was no proof he was involved, now we have given promises that Afghan soil won't be used against anyone."

"You still don't think that Osama bin Laden carried out 9/11?" Engel stressed out.

"There is no evidence, even after 20 years of war, we have no proof he was involved," Mujahid responded.

Instead, there was a lot of evidence confirming that the US government itself steered the 9/11 attacks and used them as a cause to invade Iraq.

 

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10 hours ago, Longtimelurker said:

Obviously the CIA wasn't responsible for terrorism before it was created.

 

Osama bin laden had nothing to do with the twin towers coming down. You will learn more about that very soon.

 

I will stop there since you're first two points were uneducated.

 

 

Your comment shows you exactly how uneducated you really are these matters.

 

Your lack of knowledge goes beyond being ignorant in the matter. You see the world through the West and when you stop seeing the world through Western eyes, just maybe, you will understand the actual real threats that we face. You attribute 90% of all terrorist activities on the CIA and you claim they can't do that before the organization existed, yet terrorist acts were being committed. This shows the breadth of your knowledge of why terrorism exists and goes on today. Most of what is going on today dates much further back than before the CIA existed. And that is what you don't get. You only attribute it to the CIA because the CIA walked into the middle of it and that is all you see. The wars in the ME go back even before the United States was a glimmer in the eye of the Founding Fathers. It goes back further than the Ottoman Empire and the Crusades. When you have the tribes fight over who is what and who is truly whom, you create multi generational feuds that are never ending blood sheds. Especially when one group says the other group does not belong to the whole. The reason the Whabbis went around killing other muslims for committing shirk. This has a lot to do with the House of War and House of Peace and no land is truly the Hosue of Peace according to muslims. This has to to do with the Temple Mount and other things. But hey you keep thinking its all the CIA's fault.

 

I don't subscribe to the theory that the US government did 9-11. I do understand we trained Bin Laden. The first time the WTC was bombed in the 90's the perpetrator was caught. There was an FBI agent in the helicopter escorting the captured terrorist to the place where he was being incarcerated. The terrorist remarked to the FBI agent that the first attempt failed but it wouldn't be the last attempt.

 

Bin Laden was the number one terrorist long before 9-11. Oh Billy Boy dropped the ball on that one or the missile on the aspirin factory - oops! Yes, Bin Laden was on the terrorist watch list since before the OKC bombing in 1996. Have you ever read the fatwah that Bin Laden issued in the late 90s? Or did you not know that? Notice I called him a Sheik, because he was. He had strong animosity toward the West and when Afghanistan was fighting Russia, the CIA was over there training to fight Russians. When the USA sold Afghans surface to air weapons is when Russia lost. 

 

I guess you can talk to Daniel Pearl about 9-11 and Osama Bin Laden. Oh wait, his head was separated from his body by Al Qaeda. Guess you can't.

 

When you get informed about what really went on then come see me, I will accept your heartfelt apology for being wrong. BTW I studied this and the ME for years. I spoke to the enemy without a gun to their head. I know what they are truly like for I have seen their true nature. Nothing in this world can convince me otherwise. You are talking about a peoples who still have issues and grudges for the Crusades. Think 20 years will mean anything to them?

 

We will see something soon? They keep saying that nothing ever comes out of it, in regards to 9-11.

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