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Submitted by Ami Wright (United States), Aug 23, 2006 at 01:11

Where are the 2 Israeli soldiers NOW?

Why are most terrorists Muslims?

Why are most christian countries prosperous?

Does Israel want to occupy Lebanon?

Does Lebanon want to occupy Israel?

What was Hezballa trying to take out with their missile attacks? Are they guided missles?

What was Israel trying to take out with their missile attacks? Are they guided missles?

If a soldier doesn't wear a uniform how can you tell who's a soldier and who isn't?

Why would an army fire missiles from a residential apartment building?

Why doesn't Israel use nukes?

Would Hezballa use nukes?

If Al Aqsa was built upon the Temple in Israel why haven't Israeli Jews destroyed it?

What did the government of Lebanon do to aid in the evacuation of cities bordering Israel?

What did the president of Lebanon do to defend his country and his people against Israeli attacks?

If Israel surrendered to Hezballa how would Israeli soldiers be treated?

If Hezballa surrendered to Israel how would Hezballa fighters be treated?

Why are the muslims at war with each other ?

Who can declare holy war? What makes it holy?

Why are we not seeing muslims in America speak out by the thousands against the actions of radicals?

What does the koran say about living in peace with people of different religious beliefs?

If Osama is fighting for what he believes in why does he hide?

What kind of religon tells you to strap a bomb to yourself and find a place with crowds of people?

If suicide bombers receive virgins in heaven what do they think they are going to do with them?

Are there any women in Hezballa?

Should the United States of America let Israel take out an enemy who would kill every single american if the opportunity was there?

Has Radical Islam declared war agains the U.S.?

How strong is the U.S. military?

We have the world's largest navy . We have more subs and frigates than any other country, China is next on the list. We have more than twice the number of destroyers than China (55/21). We spend more on our military budget in a year than the next top ten countries combined (U.S. 322 billion, Russia 63 billion, China 46 billion). We have the largest airforce with as many personnel as China and Russia combined. We have 9 times more billionaires than any country. Japan is the next closest with 26, the U.S. has 269. The rest of the world should be grateful that we haven't declared holy war on Islam . Who is really strong enough to stand in our way? God bless Israel

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Ask yourself these questions: [439 words]Ami WrightAug 23, 2006 01:1153804
Lebanon's Liberation Approaches [410 words]Anthony LetayfMar 20, 2005 20:5821081
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informative [19 words]Fred WendellMar 6, 2005 13:1120705
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Reply to Staff [47 words]Peter J. HerzMar 1, 2005 23:3920611
Is a sectarian disaster on the horizon? [153 words]Jonathan M.Mar 1, 2005 10:5220575
Right as Rain! [43 words]TimbreFeb 28, 2005 22:5520568
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The " Intifada" Of Independence... [314 words]ZahiFeb 24, 2005 03:2420506
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Excellent article [88 words]Neila Charchour HachichaFeb 23, 2005 20:1120499
No love for the Assad dynasty but-- [100 words]Peter J. HerzFeb 23, 2005 19:0420496
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Missing a dynasty. [10 words]
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I Hope Bashar Assad Understands His Incompetence [93 words]MichaelFeb 22, 2005 13:2420456

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