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  1. Quote[/b] ]If the person had been indian, pakistani, iranian or iraqi he would have been thought of as a hero in Israel too!

    Probably, but that doesn't take away the right from those countries to punishing those individuals breaking their military secrecy agreements.

    Well the thing is that he has suffered his sentence. As to the what data he has given to whom, or how is he a threat to anyone is not our thing to prove, but duty of those who jailed him again, and those who defend the jailing. Afterall you dont jail people on the basis that the suspects must proove that they didnt do anything.

  2. Quote[/b] ]Once the UN takes a political decision, they delegate the military operation to a military organization or country. For instance in Kosovo, NATO was running the show. In Congo, the EU is in charge - and on the Ivory Coast, France is.

    What about the Middle east if they plan on sending Peacekeepers maybe one day here to you know either Iraq or israel/Palestine whos military command would it be in? Dont tell me its the US or Israel crazy_o.gif

    I don't think the UN will even decide to sent "peacekeepers" to the middle East because it would not be in the interest of many contries of the UN.

    UN has allready sent, for example Libanon 1978-

    EDIT: corrected the year, adding this link to the current UN operations

  3. Couple of points that came to my mind.. 1 They werent UN troops that were hit, they were french troops. UN okd the use of force, but it isnt a UN operation.

    2. UN is not a military organisation, and it shouldnt be.

  4. Regardless of how you feel about the war, I think we should all take a few minutes to pray for those Marines who are fighting for the final push for fallujah.  Certainly many of them wont survive.

    If you want to pray, pray for the civilians that are going to die there becouse the attack of the marines.

  5. I was hoping not only separate threats for europe and usa, but separate threads involving different countrys policies (when they are actual).

    Why fix something that is not broke? The biggest thing I visit here, is politics. This forum has intelligent discussions about politics, and thats an advantage to any forum.

    Voted for separate threads.

  6. ! politics thread sounds very hard to grasp on. It would be like all the wars would be in 1 thread. the old standard was good, we had a threat to europe politics, usa politics, mid-east politics. everything was pure and simple, why mess with something that isnt broken?

  7. Can we have the 2004 election thread renamed and opened into the US politics thread? Seeing as the thread was going that way anyway it seems logical.

    I was thinking the same.

  8. Theres another one Akira.

    No. There's only one Akira! tounge_o.gif

    But, frankly, I'll ask you: what major mobile workshops and materials to make WMDs did the US find and confirm that they served for that purpose?

    Nothing major. I think the mobile workshops were burnt out, and yes i can remember them on tv, not sure about the materials though.

    Those were not "mobile laboratorys to produce wmds". Thats a fact. Are you really that stupid that you think Iraq had wmds? Even after USAs own investigations have prooved that?

  9. Quote[/b] ]Well the current actual rate of asylum seekers or immigrants, the white british person will possibly be a minority by 2040ish, but obviuosly things will change for the better hopefully as more people become aware of the problem.

    You said in a another threat that you have the dual citizenship as a spanish, and as a britan. Are you saying that your spanish mother/father wouldnt be entitled to move to britain and stay with the whole family?

  10. Quote[/b] ]Do all the harm you can do to me...

    You mean like locking you in a room filled with Barbara Streisand clones tounge_o.gif ?

    Also, look what poll Bush won tounge_o.gif :

    Quote[/b] ]The students who read Weekly Reader’s magazines have made their preference for President known: they want to send President Bush back to the White House.

    The results of this year’s Weekly Reader poll have just been announced, and the winner is President Bush. Hundreds of thousands of students participated, giving the Republican President more than 60% of the votes cast and making him a decisive choice over Democratic Senator John Kerry.

    Since 1956, Weekly Reader students in grades 1-12 have correctly picked the president, making the Weekly Reader poll one of the most accurate predictors of presidential outcomes in history.

    President Bush was a strong winner in the student poll; the only state Senator Kerry won was Maryland. Senator Kerry was also in a statistical dead heat with President Bush in New York, Massachusetts, Washington, D.C. and Vermont. President Bush won most grades, although Senator Kerry did win among tenth-graders.

    Are you getting this from This link? not working anymore, wonder why? Could the reason be that the story is bullshit and they withdrew it?