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So, where support will be found?

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Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Jun 16, 2009 at 17:34

"...However venomous relations between Fatah and Hamas may be, with each killing the other's operatives, they will in the end always join forces against Israel. Likewise, Washington will not find significant support in Saudi Arabia or any other members of its bloc vis-à-vis Iran. In the end, Muslim states shy from joining with non-Muslims against fellow Muslims."...

In former cold wars, it seemed "easy" to acupuncture predicable results, regardless state betrayers at the end, but this one, the chameleon point ultimately relies in Islam...Muslims from all these nations perpetuate libertinage against the world, and therefore, the single secure point is that at the end is their common motto that Islam screams louder.

Africa is hopeless, Europe looks as well b/c Muslims in Europe will end up drowning them to this mess, and countries in South America, mostly swing their support to both blocs, a clear sign of weakness. Basically in a war, they will harbor provisionally those who corrupt them and pay higher.

So, where the US and Israel will find ever support against the imperialism of Iran, heinously criminal practices of Hezbollah, and ultimately the endless madness of radical Islam that not only ends up dominating by power, but also by the sword against moderate Islam? Not even moderate Muslim in the US constitutes a good harbor vis-à-vis this pandemonium…Where??????


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