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FRONT PAGE  |  6/16/2021
Choice News WEDNESDAY, SEP 24, 2014  |  29 comments
ISIS video: 'We will break your crosses and enslave your women'
A video released today by the Islamic State (IS) urges Muslims to "slaughter" Westerners from those nations which are taking part in an international anti-jihadist coalition.

In a disturbing 42-minute address, spokesman for the terrorist group, Abu Mohammed al-Adnani, says: "If you can kill a disbelieving American or European, especially the spiteful and filthy French, or an Australian, or a Canadian ... including the citizens of the countries that entered into a coalition against Islamic State, then rely upon Allah, and kill him.

"Smash his head with a rock, or slaughter him with a knife, or run him over with your car, or throw him down from a high place, or choke him, or poison him." ...


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News Item10/4/14 7:10 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Barry Watson wrote:
Isis should come to he USA and and spend a few weeks visiting, They would then know the great hospitality the American people present to all visitors. Like when one goes to a restaurant, or stays at a motel, or hotel, goes out for entertainment, or drops in at a shopping mall, local grocery store, gets gas at a station.. they the visitors receive great warming treatment. Thousands of Canadians go south each winter and when they return I hear nothing but how great they got treated while visiting or staying in the USA.. Methinks Isis is gonna get a very bad spanking from he American and their Allies. Isis made their bed amd America will prevail and make them get in it.. Hats off and Prayers to America..
That's very kind of you, Barry. I don't live too awful far from the border, and I was thinking how many of us below the border think of Canadians in terms of how nice they are. As a people, you guys are tops. Can't say much for your politics, but can't say much for ours either!
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News Item10/4/14 6:45 PM
Barry Watson | Barrie, Ontario, Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by Barry Watson
Isis should come to he USA and and spend a few weeks visiting, They would then know the great hospitality the American people present to all visitors. Like when one goes to a restaurant, or stays at a motel, or hotel, goes out for entertainment, or drops in at a shopping mall, local grocery store, gets gas at a station.. they the visitors receive great warming treatment. Thousands of Canadians go south each winter and when they return I hear nothing but how great they got treated while visiting or staying in the USA.. Methinks Isis is gonna get a very bad spanking from he American and their Allies. Isis made their bed amd America will prevail and make them get in it.. Hats off and Prayers to America..
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News Item10/2/14 9:29 AM
Barry Watson | Barrie, Ontario, Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by Barry Watson
God can kill the body and soul.
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News Item9/25/14 12:12 PM
Anne | The Wild West  Find all comments by Anne
Quite right pennned! But it doesn't fit in with the plan... You know full well the forces that are bending and swaying and contorting things. It doesn't frustrate me anymore simply because, apart from prayer (and that IS everything) there isn't a single stinkin' thing I can do about it; like trying to mop up the ocean with a paper towel. Instead, I pray for the safety and keeping of our friends and loved one's, pray that God's name will be vindicated and pray that His return is quick to come! Too many sheeple, too many wolves, too many narsassistic selfies, too many eyes closed! But God has already overcome and His plan is unfolding right before our eyes! Wow! Front row seats for us! Eyes opened wide, prayers should be continually going forward - dear sister, what a time we live in!!
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News Item9/25/14 12:03 PM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
they are coming through Turkey, our ally.

its all a ruse. quit giving them arms. quit training them with CIA. help assad instead of drawing out plans to divide Syria into three countries (so that our allies get the pipelines). what about Golan heights -- is there involvement through there?

what if us worked with Russia and Syria to stabilize ME (opposite of what we've been doing)?

what if America closed its own borders instead of bringing these guys through, giving preferential treatment to some groups?

we are the problem. we are creating this mess.

it is happening because there are those invested in it happening.

there are many who operate under the philosophy of "order out of chaos"...

arm the Christians instead of the jihadists! wouldn't that make more sense?

there's a million and one solutions and that's simply called leadership with a conscience.

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News Item9/25/14 10:44 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
Mike wrote:
Strategy isn't my strength, I guess, but I wonder how it helps by destroying the refineries? If someone took over a GM or Ford plant here, would it be seen as helpful to us to bomb the plants out of existence?
We are told oil is the ISIL source of income that is financing the growing army of jihadis. Stop their oil, stop their income needed to continue their tyranny.

btw-If we were to engage in a long term tactical war say with China, they would go after our industry. Ford and GM plants, as you asked, would be logical targets as those factories would be converted to making military equipment.
In WW2 Allies went after Axis sources of oil and basic industries, notably one item in particular; ball bearings. While Nazi Germany was able to develop synthetics to make up for the loss of oil, they never were able to fully recover from their shortage of ball bearings and other basic items needed to manufacture war equipment.

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News Item9/25/14 10:06 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
SteveR wrote:
Its a glimmer of hope, they moved from incompetence to just late.
"Breaking News Overnight- US bombs ISIL oil fields"
Strategy isn't my strength, I guess, but I wonder how it helps by destroying the refineries? If someone took over a GM or Ford plant here, would it be seen as helpful to us to bomb the plants out of existence?
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News Item9/25/14 8:37 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
SteveR wrote:
The first thing you do in war is destroy the facilities that manufacture armaments of your enemy, so that means we have to bomb ourselves.
lol
But seriously, just taking spare parts of our equipment that they use off the market would bring these animals to their knees in 6 months. My maid has a remote kill switch on her car, you would think tanks we send to Iraq can be remotely incapacitated as well.
Better yet, why havent we destroyed their money source, the oil fields?
The frightening conclusion is, we dont want to destroy them, tame them perhaps, but not destroy them
Its a glimmer of hope, they moved from incompetence to just late.

"Breaking News Overnight- US bombs ISIL oil fields"

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News Item9/25/14 7:31 AM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
I wish to thank, in the order that God led them to respond to my request for help yesterday, the kind people that God raised up to help me when I needed it.

Frank and SF from TX
thank you both so very much for your kind response. Frank I remember past communication with you and don't recall any time that you and I were ever at loggerheads over something. In any case, again I thank you sincerely.
SF from TX I recall seeing your moniker from time to time but I don't recall ever speaking to you directly before yesterday or receiving direct communication from you before yesterday. In any case, my main point is thank you so very much.

Dolores and GSTexas
I aslo thank both of your for your kind responses.

Dolores I have always considered you a very kind friend since you and and I first communicated. If I remember correctly it all began with a conversation about Ricky Nelson's first number one hit in 1958, Poor Little Fool.

GSTexas I don't recall any communication with you previous to today. But I certainly count you now in the friend category.

Both of you will never completely understand on this side of the judgement seat of Christ what your kind response meant to me yesterday.

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News Item9/25/14 7:30 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I will to. Life sure can be difficult at times. So easy to get caught up in the things of the world and not see anything else, but in those moments of clarity, it all goes away for a bit when we think about what we're working towards.
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News Item9/25/14 12:46 AM
Christine  Find all comments by Christine
I wonder if iIsis has ever met some of our country's redneck women... just saying
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News Item9/24/14 6:55 PM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
Dopey wrote:
Frank and SF from TX
thank you very much for replying in the affirmative. My head has cleared to the extent I can think fairly coherently as I wait patiently for some scheduled events to occur where I live.
I wasn`t even sure my comment had registered but I had a vague recollection of seeing the post come up with my name on it. Making this post, it took me a while to find the thread where I put the comment for I had not been coherent enough at the time to make a book mark.
Please keep me in mind, prayer wise, for the next couple of days as the events causing the problems are still ongoing. :
Will be praying for you
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News Item9/24/14 4:17 PM
Dolores  Find all comments by Dolores
Dopey, will be praying also. Prayer, has gotten me through quite a few health issues, family problems etc. It helps to have the prayers of others, also.
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News Item9/24/14 3:58 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
Frank and SF from TX

thank you very much for replying in the affirmative. My head has cleared to the extent I can think fairly coherently as I wait patiently for some scheduled events to occur where I live.

I wasn`t even sure my comment had registered but I had a vague recollection of seeing the post come up with my name on it. Making this post, it took me a while to find the thread where I put the comment for I had not been coherent enough at the time to make a book mark.

Please keep me in mind, prayer wise, for the next couple of days as the events causing the problems are still ongoing. :

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News Item9/24/14 3:43 PM
SF from TX  Find all comments by SF from TX
Will pray for you Dopey
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News Item9/24/14 3:26 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Dopey wrote:
I am currently having a book of Job moment to the degree I have never had before in my life. Satanic attack my mind is under, because convergence of very serious events is so severe I have had trouble communicating to people need to be communicated to where I live.
In this brief coherent moment urgent prayer request is now being sent out. Have no idea if or when will be able to read replies here.
Will do!
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News Item9/24/14 3:10 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
I am currently having a book of Job moment to the degree I have never had before in my life. Satanic attack my mind is under, because convergence of very serious events is so severe I have had trouble communicating to people need to be communicated to where I live.

In this brief coherent moment urgent prayer request is now being sent out. Have no idea if or when will be able to read replies here.

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News Item9/24/14 2:53 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
The only problem Mike of N.Y., --- oil! Yes, they would be defanged quite well, if we could get all the nations to stop buying their oil (Buy USA! ) or start depending on other sources of energy. The oil industry is still too powerful. The Gulf Wars, had oil as the reason, perhaps the major one. Now, if they just return their own countries to the 8th Century, but unfortunately they are here and there are getting more and more them all the time, q.v., [URL=http://upww.us/vinienco/2014/05/05/arab-winter-america-review-robert-spencers-latest-book/]]]http://upww.us/vinienco/2014/05/05/arab-winter-america-review-robert-spencers-latest-book/ (Arab Winter Comes to America)[/URL].
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News Item9/24/14 10:11 AM
Dolores | Texas  Find all comments by Dolores
I agree, penned, I have lost so much confidence in our government's ability to run our country, both here and abroad. Steve R, you make sense because we aren't actually winning wars anymore, just fighting them and not even doing that anymore. Seems like we are in a no win situation.
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News Item9/24/14 9:33 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
pennned wrote:
why don't we just quit arming them then? this is ludicrous!! the problem we have is us.
The first thing you do in war is destroy the facilities that manufacture armaments of your enemy, so that means we have to bomb ourselves.
lol

But seriously, just taking spare parts of our equipment that they use off the market would bring these animals to their knees in 6 months. My maid has a remote kill switch on her car, you would think tanks we send to Iraq can be remotely incapacitated as well.

Better yet, why havent we destroyed their money source, the oil fields?

The frightening conclusion is, we dont want to destroy them, tame them perhaps, but not destroy them

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