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(ME Times)   German Muslim Institute invites Iranian president to visit Auschwitz, says the fact that the president of an Islamic state repeated Nazi anti-Semitism was harmful to the image of Islam and "a disgrace for all the world's Muslims"   ( divider line
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2006-02-15 07:47:33 AM  
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but your elitist foxworthy comment raised my ire. 'Cite' is a verb used in the act of 'citation' production. It is extremely uncommon to use it as a noun. Further, if your intent was to refer to a hypertext website, the usage was totally incorrect. Now, I have total respect for those who don't talk like city folk, but none at all for those who pretend to and talk shiat.

/First time I have been a grammar nazi, ever
//must have be the atmosphere in this thread
2006-02-15 09:04:53 AM  

I have nothing to say about your comments, just that you have the most kickass Fark handle ever.

/wonders if Roger can still play the guitar
2006-02-15 09:08:28 AM  
And you have Quicksilver Messenger Service in your profile! If you're willing, can you email me a longer list of your favorite bands (or post them here)? I'm always on the lookout to learn about good music, and your profile list whets my appetite. Email in profile.
2006-02-15 10:47:03 AM  

Mmmmm, yessir. I agree 100 percent.
2006-02-15 11:20:08 AM  
Evidence of widespread support in Islamic countries for violent extremism.

Just in case the apologists needed some documentary evidence that there is a violent streak a mile wide in most Muslim countries.
2006-02-15 11:44:29 AM  
guys, how could this thread turn into a flamewar?
2006-02-15 12:17:31 PM  
because it's fark?

Because some people are to ugly inside for words?
2006-02-15 12:18:15 PM  
2006-02-15 03:17:48 PM  
JackoffUSA: Until 1965, America was 95% White. That changed of course with the Immigration Act of 1965, which was sponsored by Jewish subversives.
So who exactly is the history revisionist?
2006-02-15 05:59:41 PM  

Israel was just setup on someone else land by an outside power. It would be like if someone set up a country in Virgina.

No, it would not.

Palestine was under British control (following the Ottomon Empire). America is under American control. The creation of Israel marked the ceasure of British occupation.

Following the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in World War I, the League of Nations granted the British and the French temporary colonial administration over former Ottoman provinces south of present day Turkey. These regions had been called vilayets under the Ottomans, but were referred to as mandates at the time, after the process that allocated them. The two powers drew arbitrary borders, dividing the area into four sections. Three of these -- Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon -- survive to this day as states.

The fourth section was created from what had been known as "southern Syria." The region was officially named the British Mandate of Palestine...

A History Lesson
2006-02-15 07:57:24 PM  
finally... a muslim we can respect
2006-02-15 10:34:57 PM
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