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The Real Definition of Arab Spring

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Submitted by Lujack Skylark (United States), Apr 16, 2013 at 08:45

The real definition of Arab Spring is the arise of Sunni Arabs against Moslem dictatorships being highjacked by the Moslem Jidhadist. The transformation of the Moslem brotherhood control over the Middle-East.

The result of Jihadist victories will be a Sunni Arab united front against Israel and you will note how western leaders want to give the Sunni Arab terrorist Abbas a nation alongside Israel's borders ignoring the fact the Sunni Arab Hamas in Gaza already have a terrorist base in which to launch missles against Israel. Psalms 83:4 states the Sunni Arab peoples read all of Psalms 83 want to eliminate Israel from being a nation and this is what the Sunni Arabs in Psalms 83:4 are preaching.

Syrian president Assad's days are numbered as bombs are going off in Damascus and a Sunni Arab Saudi nationalist some newspapers report set off the bombs on Patriots Day in Boston. Arab spring is being pushed by radical Sunni Jihadist whom seek control over the entire Middle-East.


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