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U.S. reviews 9/11 documents for possible release
#31
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Once again, Atlass managed to stack up bullshit higher than anyone expected.
Cetero censeo religionem delendam esse
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#32
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Jenga!
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#33
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(August 11, 2021 at 6:34 am)WinterHold Wrote: Wake up; we are 1.8 Billion Muslims worldwide..
"We"? Like the 1.7 Billon Sunni and Shiite Muslims (like Kloro) you are constantly badmouthing because they believe the "wrong" flavour of Islam?

You are just like any other extremist. You hate believers closest to your own belief the most, until you are in contact with a group completely lacking your particular nutty belief, then its suddenly "us".

How pathetic.
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#34
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(August 11, 2021 at 12:02 pm)Angrboda Wrote: Jenga!

Too soon.
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#35
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Winter is just pissed because the US didn't punish his perceived oppressors.

Pissed for 20 years, that's quite the grudge.

Allah be praised!
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#36
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Why the Arabic World Turned Away from Science On the lost Golden Age and the rejection of reason

There are roughly 1.6 billion Muslims in the world, but only two scientists from Muslim countries have won Nobel Prizes in science (one for physics in 1979, the other for chemistry in 1999). Forty-six Muslim countries combined contribute just 1 percent of the world’s scientific literature; Spain and India each contribute more of the world’s scientific literature than those countries taken together. In fact, although Spain is hardly an intellectual superpower, it translates more books in a single year than the entire Arab world has in the past thousand years. “Though there are talented scientists of Muslim origin working productively in the West,” Nobel laureate physicist Steven Weinberg has observed, “for forty years I have not seen a single paper by a physicist or astronomer working in a Muslim country that was worth reading.”
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(August 11, 2021 at 12:36 pm)Ranjr Wrote: Why the Arabic World Turned Away from Science On the lost Golden Age and the rejection of reason

There are roughly 1.6 billion Muslims in the world, but only two scientists from Muslim countries have won Nobel Prizes in science (one for physics in 1979, the other for chemistry in 1999). Forty-six Muslim countries combined contribute just 1 percent of the world’s scientific literature; Spain and India each contribute more of the world’s scientific literature than those countries taken together. In fact, although Spain is hardly an intellectual superpower, it translates more books in a single year than the entire Arab world has in the past thousand years. “Though there are talented scientists of Muslim origin working productively in the West,” Nobel laureate physicist Steven Weinberg has observed, “for forty years I have not seen a single paper by a physicist or astronomer working in a Muslim country that was worth reading.”

Its all "the west´s" fault!!!!...including bad weather.
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#38
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Hmmm, OP was reduced; looks like it's quite despised to discuss the historical stinky facts. But I'll let Hillary Clinton speak about the sin instead of me:





She recruited -along with America- the Jihadists of Al-Qaeda  Hilarious

OP was reduced  Huh ? it's allover the internet,dude !
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#39
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Lots of things are over the internet. It's why we have so many stupid people in the world today.
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(August 11, 2021 at 11:40 pm)Foxaire Wrote: Lots of things are over the internet. It's why we have so many stupid people in the world today.

But we have gems too, we also have lots of failed projects like the "Islamic Insurgency" against the USSR; turns out it backfired and went out of control; this is what you get for fooling believers in God and making heroes out of "Saudi filth" like Osama bin Laden; the ex-CIA agent.

Anything involving the "forgery and playing with Islam" will backfire; it's even mentioned in the Quran:


Quote:Sura 6, The Quran:
https://quran.ksu.edu.sa/index.php?l=en#...rans=en_sh

( 10 )   And already were messengers ridiculed before you, but those who mocked them were enveloped by that which they used to ridicule.

Then, a little bit of Bobby Darin for the atheist ear that doesnt like the Quran alone:



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