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  • Re: ISIS attack on Paris

    by » 6 years ago


    vijay
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    The immediate reason seems to be to avenge the bombings by France on ISIS positions in Syria. ISIS could also be planning attacks on other nations taking part in bombings against them. t is war between these nations and ISIS. French values are real but incidental in this case.  


  • Re: ISIS attack on Paris

    by » 6 years ago


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    While condemning ISIS, we must also see who created them. apparently, USA sponsored this organization to contain Saddam Hussain. USA supplies weapons to most terrorist organizations. This is simply for profit motive of war industry in USA. 


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  • Re: ISIS attack on Paris

    by » 6 years ago


    rambabu
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    The Islamic state warned France not to  participate in US led attacks against ISIS in Syria.

    http://www.infowars.com/french-foreign-policy-responsible-for-paris-attack/

     

     


  • Re: ISIS attack on Paris

    by » 6 years ago


    anil
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    Manoj Kumar Lamba wrote:

    India should be more alert as we have seen the presence of ISIS flags in J&K, and many people caught while going to join ISIS. So India is a soft target for ISIS.

    ISIS flag hosit by unknown person in J&K, but responsible leader of SP of UP saying that is reaction of action. What a rubbish statement. It is planning of ISIS to reach in India by 2020. Azam Khan is waiting that day to welcome ISIS in India.

     


  • Re: ISIS attack on Paris

    by » 6 years ago


    usha manohar
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    USA no doubt has done a grave mistake in giving funds to nations like Pakistan and also was indirectly  the cause of rising terrorism, but they have also tried to make amends as and when needed. European countries have been extremely tolerant about Islamic refugees, many of whom have stabbed them in the back. Germany has a refugee policy where they are taken care of with even unemployment benefit given until they find a suitable employment, what more should they do? In fact ,, now they should close their borders and make sure the ones taking advantage of their hospitality behave as they should !They should make sure that each one is accounted for and kept under surveillance ! 

    Now in our country we have experts like Mani Shankar Aiyar and Azam Khan supporting ISIS...so how can one blame USA? USA too  might have felt the same when they supported or sympathised with various terror outfits..


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  • Re: ISIS attack on Paris

    by » 6 years ago


    anil
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    rambabu wrote:

    Naturally. Now the problems caused by terrorism is not just restricted to a single country. It's only through united action of all the countries terrorism can be controlled.

    Yes China is also request for the action in his one state where terrorist groups are active.

     

     


  • Re: ISIS attack on Paris

    by » 6 years ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    rambabu wrote:

    The Islamic state warned France not to  participate in US led attacks against ISIS in Syria.

    http://www.infowars.com/french-foreign-policy-responsible-for-paris-attack/

     

     

    If the French were to pay heed to their warnings and do nothing but sit around twiddling their thumbs, their would be no one left with  a backbone who can show the ISIS their place. France is also the country which has seen maximum number of attacks by Muslim extremists and they are growing in number. Also incidents against senseless beatings and killings of Jews is growing , which if left unheeded, ISIS will grow into another replica of the Nazi monstrous regime. So at least the French are doing something concrete, let us show our support to them. Putin had warned US long back, even before Saddam had been taken, that it is in the interest of the world that Saddam should remain alive. However, as always, US only had its own interest at heart and persecuted Saddam anyway, with the result being that ISIS grew more powerful and maniacal. THe world now needs to unite and support the French when they are showing some backbone now.


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  • Re: ISIS attack on Paris

    by » 6 years ago


    rambabu
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    anil wrote:
    rambabu wrote:

    Naturally. Now the problems caused by terrorism is not just restricted to a single country. It's only through united action of all the countries terrorism can be controlled.

    Yes China is also request for the action in his one state where terrorist groups are active.

    Terrorism is common problem for all the countries. If left unchecked, there will be holocaust. Effective measures are to  taken to check this common  enemy.

     

     

     


  • Re: ISIS attack on Paris

    by » 6 years ago


    anil
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    usha manohar wrote:

    USA no doubt has done a grave mistake in giving funds to nations like Pakistan and also was indirectly  the cause of rising terrorism, but they have also tried to make amends as and when needed. European countries have been extremely tolerant about Islamic refugees, many of whom have stabbed them in the back. Germany has a refugee policy where they are taken care of with even unemployment benefit given until they find a suitable employment, what more should they do? In fact ,, now they should close their borders and make sure the ones taking advantage of their hospitality behave as they should !They should make sure that each one is accounted for and kept under surveillance ! 

    Now in our country we have experts like Mani Shankar Aiyar and Azam Khan supporting ISIS...so how can one blame USA? USA too  might have felt the same when they supported or sympathised with various terror outfits..

    After the independent politics at this time is rubbish most. Politician like Azam Khan is using platform of UN to raise the internal problem of country. Other leader Kurshid is praiseing Pakistan and PM of Pakistan and  criticism PM of India during his visit to Pakistan.

     


  • Re: ISIS attack on Paris

    by » 6 years ago


    rambabu
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    anil wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:

    USA no doubt has done a grave mistake in giving funds to nations like Pakistan and also was indirectly  the cause of rising terrorism, but they have also tried to make amends as and when needed. European countries have been extremely tolerant about Islamic refugees, many of whom have stabbed them in the back. Germany has a refugee policy where they are taken care of with even unemployment benefit given until they find a suitable employment, what more should they do? In fact ,, now they should close their borders and make sure the ones taking advantage of their hospitality behave as they should !They should make sure that each one is accounted for and kept under surveillance ! 

    Now in our country we have experts like Mani Shankar Aiyar and Azam Khan supporting ISIS...so how can one blame USA? USA too  might have felt the same when they supported or sympathised with various terror outfits..

    After the independent politics at this time is rubbish most. Politician like Azam Khan is using platform of UN to raise the internal problem of country. Other leader Kurshid is praiseing Pakistan and PM of Pakistan and  criticism PM of India during his visit to Pakistan.

    It is expected from these politicians who change their colors like chameleons  according to the situation. Better if such politicians are ignored.

     

     


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