Afghan law makers pass emerates resolution, will no longer protect non muslims

Discussion in 'The Fire For Effect and Totally Politically Incorr' started by jack404, Dec 2, 2011.

  1. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    time to get out folks

    karsai's offsider just spoke on their Tv and announced it , non muslims have no protection and the afghan army may attack any non muslims they see fit in defence of islam and their new imam in charge of the military is al queda trained

    converts away from islam and apostates will be killed as thats now the law

    anyone trying to convert somone away from islam is also to be killed


    atheists are to be killed on site ... hahahaha gays i suppose too , women walking alone , must be stoned to death full blown sharia and the 7th century is no longer history , its here and its here to stay ..
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2011
  2. herohog

    herohog New Member

    Sep 4, 2011
    Shreveport, LA

  3. permafrost

    permafrost Active Member

    Feb 24, 2010
    Oklahoma, USA
    Ain't nobody ever gone there and came out well. I say Get Out! Now! Let them run their backassward country how ever they want. Screw 'em! Way to many good people dead for nothing! IMO:mad:
  4. carver

    carver Moderator Supporting Member

    Not a one of these pagan, idol worshiping fools are worth the life of one good U.S. military man/women, not one! Get out, and get out now!
  5. cutter

    cutter New Member

    Aug 3, 2008
    I agree with above posts!! Makes me sick that soo much of our peoples blood has been spilled for nothing!!! Either obliterate them or get out!!!! With the current policies in effect (rules of engagement, they are targets) our military needs to be home!!
  6. carver

    carver Moderator Supporting Member

    The killings have already started in Iraq! See what happens when we leave. The people of Iraq already understand that the Iraq military, nor their police force, can handle the problems they will be facing in the new year! The only "Democratic" Islamic country won't last long!
  7. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    Hog it was on TV. no URL internet has URL's TV has channels, sorry

    Al Jazeera may have it on tape ..
  8. glens67

    glens67 Well-Known Member

    Dec 19, 2010
    Middleton, ID
    All I can say is Scorched Earth Protocol on leaving...
  9. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    Hog, this is a US intel report on the issues

    extract 1

    The plight of Christians in Muslim-ruled countries is a dismal one, according to several human-rights organizations. In many of those nations, Christians cannot practice their religion openly nor attempt to convert others to it. Churches are not allowed in Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan, and in other Islamic countries there are severe restrictions on where they can be built and to whom their faithful can preach the Gospel.

    The U.S. State Department's annual religious-freedom report rates Islamic-ruled Afghanistan among the worst countries -- along with Burma, China, Cuba, Laos, North Korea and Vietnam -- in terms of religious freedom. Runners-up included Iran, Iraq, Pakistan and the Sudan, where conversion from Islam is a capital offense.

    Nigeria, Indonesia and the Sudan lead the world in actual death tolls of Christians, says Paul Marshall, senior fellow of the Center for Religious Freedom at Freedom House in the Washington. The number of Christians and animists who have perished in the Sudan is estimated at 2 million.

    In terms of draconian government restrictions Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan, where four Baptists were tortured for having religious literature in their car, are the most severe. Pakistan has "very bad laws," Marshall says, but "compared to these others, it's relatively open."

    Iran, which allowed the slaying of several prominent Christian pastors in the mid-1990s, has severe laws against Christians trying to evangelize Muslims. But outright persecution there has lessened a bit, says Marshall, probably due to the influence of its reform-minded president, Mohammed Khatami.

    Robert Finley, founder of Christian Aid, a missionary organization based in Charlottesville, Va., identifies Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan as the most repressive Muslim countries. Iraq is the least hostile country in the Middle East toward Christians, he says, because its brand of Islam is more secularized than that of Saudi Arabia. "But Kuwait is very intolerant of Christians," says Finley. "They just don't allow them."

    The Kuwaiti constitution promises freedom of religion, but does not address conversion. In 1996, the marriage of a Kuwaiti convert from Islam to Christianity was forcibly dissolved and his children taken from him before he underwent a much-publicized trial for apostasy.

    Shafeeq Ghabra of the Kuwait Information Office says his country has plenty of churches. "There are Catholics and non-Catholics," he says. "There are several important churches there. There are hundreds of thousands of Christians in Kuwait." Most of these are expatriates, he says, estimating that 5 percent of the Kuwaiti people themselves are Christians.


    sadly no-one is listening
  10. raven818

    raven818 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Oct 3, 2011
    Jax, Fl.
    I guess most either heard it, or read it yesterday. Pakistan had ordered it's military to fire on us if we cross their borders. In the past 3/4 weeks, Karzi told pakistan he would join them, if necessary, in a war against us.

    What's going on here? Why aren't more people upset about a country we've given 20B too turning on us? Yes, they have nukes. There's nothing we can do about it. Are we capable of stopping the bad guys from doing anything with them? Sure, but we'd have to wipe out most of the nation in the process, while being pincered by the afganies.

    Simple solution, let India do them all. Then we only have one nation to deal with.
  11. HunterAlpha1

    HunterAlpha1 Former Guest

    Aug 8, 2011
    Yorktown, VA
    if pakistan were to get their sh*t together and start acting like an ally we wouldn't have this problem.
  12. whymememe

    whymememe Former Guest

    Oct 29, 2011
    FEMA Region IV
    Those guys are living by 2000 year old laws. They need a serious update to the nuclear age.
  13. raven818

    raven818 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Oct 3, 2011
    Jax, Fl.
    That's not going to happen. The oppressed must stay under the thumb of the oppressor in order to maintain a train of thought, that keeps the population in their place.

    Iran had a major outbreak of students who had access to the outside world using modern technology. They rebelled. All they gained out of is a bunch of dead students.

    In afghanistan, as well as pakistan, the country is run by war lords. Yes, just what you're thinking war lords are. Tribal heads who kill anyone who questions their authority. You have to keep in mind that the folks living in these countries, and many others as well, have no idea at all what the outside world looks like, and they never will ( china, lybia )

    Modern technology is evil.
  14. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    except the AK
  15. Zhurh

    Zhurh Active Member

    Mar 19, 2010
    Upper Yukon, Alaska
    Long for the days we had Iraq & Iran killin each other off for years on end.
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