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We need to start by stating that there is no such thing as “the Kurds.”
There are Syrian Kurds, Turkish Kurds, Iraqi Kurds, Iranian Kurds and others as well. There are well over 100 Kurdish tribes throughout Kurdish-inhabited areas in the Middle East alone. There are Kurds who speak Kurmanji, Sorani, Pehlewani, Gorani and a number of other languages and various regional dialects. There are Sunni Kurds, Shiite Kurds, Jewish Kurds and Yazidi Kurds.

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Sufis shun materialism and use prayer, music, and occasionally dance in their quest to get closer to Allah. Despite their dedication to divine love and peace, Sufis have increasingly become targets of extremist Islamist movements who view their practices as being incompatible with “true Islam.”
Sufism, also referred to as tasawwuf in the Muslim world, is a mystical form of Islam. Its adherents use acts of devotion and contemplation to achieve a deeper understanding, knowledge, and closeness to Allah.
Sufis consistently “strive to be aware of Allah’s presence, stressing contemplation over action, spiritual development over legalism, and cultivation of the soul over social interaction.” Unlike other exercises of Islamic theology and jurisprudence, which tend to be more rigid and academic, Sufism relies more on “emotion and imagination in the divine-human relationship.”

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The conflicts between Shia and Sunni Muslims go back to the seventh century and the death of the Prophet Muhammad.
Yet a spotlight has been shone recently on the differences between the two branches of the religion as the number of clashes between both groups has intensified.

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More than two million Muslims on Aug. 11 threw stones at a symbolic representation of the devil as part of the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.
The final ritual of the Hajj, the “Great Jamara” - in which pilgrims throw seven stones at a wall representing Satan -- is intended to remind Muslims of the devil's persistent efforts to lead the faithful astray

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On the sprawling maize fields outside Johannesburg, the Engelbrecht family know the full horror of the South African farm attacks that are so common they no longer rate a headline.
The scene inside the house was chaos. A door broken with an ax. Blood everywhere. And in the bedroom, his parents lying together, their hands tied, their throats slit, the cord of an iron tied around his mother's neck. Her body was still warm.
"My father always said, 'It's not if, it's when'," says Jo-an Engelbrecht, standing where he found the bodies. "He knew it's coming," he says, tears choking his words. "We all know it's coming. It's just a question of when."

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"A person who is demoralized is unable to assess true information. The facts tell nothing to him. Even if I shower him with information, with authentic proof, with documents, with pictures; even if I take him by force to the Soviet Union and show him [a] concentration camp, he will refuse to believe it, until he [receives] a kick in his fan-bottom.
When a military boot crashes his balls then he will understand. But not before that. That's the [tragedy] of the situation of demoralization."

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Shootings have become so common that they don’t make top headlines anymore. Sweden may be known for its popular music, IKEA and a generous welfare state. It is also increasingly associated with a rising number of Islamic State recruits, bombings and hand grenade attacks.

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Trump may come across as callous to some, but to others at least genuine. He does not modulate his accent to fit regional crowds, as did Barack Obama,Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden. He does not adopt particular outfits at state fairs or visit bowling allies to seek authenticity.
Like him or not, his Queens accent, formal attire, odd tan, and wild hair remain the same wherever he goes and speaks. Voters respect that he is at least unadulterated in a way untrue of most politicians. Big Macs convey earthiness in a way arugula does not.

Women attending daily workouts at a women-only park in the northern city of Maymana in Afghanistan's Faryab Province must wear burqas. But in this traditional community, they still face criticism from local men for exercising in public at all.

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Given the refugee crisis and the steady increase in the Muslim population, the EU is likely to face three scenarios that will determine its future, RIA Novosti contributor Igor Gashkov writes, adding that none of them could prevent inevitable ethnic, cultural and religious changes on the Old Continent.
The size of the Muslim population in Western Europe has been increasingly growing in recent years; however, even if the migration flow from the Middle East and North Africa is halted, Europe is destined for huge changes, due to the high birthrates o  the Islamic citizens of the European Union (UN).

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Even with German citizenship, it would be difficult to return after a forced marriage, reports Speaker Böhmecke. "Therefore, we strongly advise against boarding an airplane. Even if it is only a suspicion that a forced marriage is planned."
Because without money, the girls would not be able to come to the German embassy abroad. And the police usually return them immediately to their families.

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The US is closer to war with Iran than it has been since the Bush years, or perhaps ever. And Bolton is largely to blame. Donald Trump’s national security adviser John Bolton wants the United States to go to war with Iran. We know this because he has been saying it for nearly two decades.

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Turkey has already bought the Russian S-400 missile defense systems, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on June 12, stressing that it is a done deal.
“I'm not saying Turkey will buy S-400 defense systems, it has already bought them; we've closed the deal,” Erdogan told his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) group meeting in the capital Ankara.
He noted that Ankara and Moscow had signed the deal with a pledge for a reasonable price and future joint production.
“This [S-400] system will be delivered to our country next month,” Erdogan added.

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About three thousand Muslims held a "fast break" in Munich's Luitpoldpark. The nightly scene was flooded with lights and a demonstrative public praying was held, praising Allah as the greatest god loudly on the microphone, harassing passers-by.
The video of the eerie scene, taken by a shocked Munich citizen, reminiscent of nocturnal marches of the National Socialists, after all, it is in both cases, even to public demonstrations of power.

About the stealth Islamisation of the western countries.
Another video clip of mine. Created in June 2014 and since then on my YouTube channel. In june 2019 deleted and removed by YouTube for spreading hate speech.
I already lost almost 20 clips and it's just a matter of time till YouTube takes down my channel completely.

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The perpetual war on history by the left, now has the father of our country in its sights as the San Francisco Board of Education considers removing a mural of Washington from a local school.
If the board succeeds in politicizing Washington, whose legacy was once so secured and uniting that his home at Mount Vernon was considered neutral ground during the Civil War, then we have clearly crossed the Rubicon of social division.
Critics of the mural point out that, in addition to Washington, it also depicts slaves and Native Americans — and one of the Native Americans appears to be dead.
They have called the artwork offensive, and the school board says it “traumatizes students” and “glorifies slavery, genocide, colonization, manifest destiny, white supremacy, oppression, etc.,” according to The Wall Street Journal.

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Since the July 2013 overthrow of the Brotherhood’s Mohammed Morsi as president of Egypt, Erdoğan has sought to provide a safe haven for persecuted members of the movement. These efforts have increased since Qatar’s Gulf neighbors imposed a blockade in June 2017, in large part because of Doha’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood.
Today, the dozens of Ikhwan figures living in exile in Turkey are some the movement’s most powerful and influential figures. These Brotherhood leaders and their relatives live a comfortable life, under the protection of the Erdoğan administration.
“Turkey is the place to meet and find a safe harbor,” he said. “It's even safer than Qatar. It's the safe haven.”

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There are no do-overs in history, but there are lessons. The 1979 hostage crisis should have taught us the importance of proactively responding to obvious threats and removing vulnerable targets — a lesson that should be applied now if there are U.S. nuclear weapons based in Turkey.
After a faction within the Turkish military tried to overthrow the Turkish government in July 2016, one of the many arrested for his alleged role in the attempted coup was a commanding officer at the Incirlik Air Base. That base — according to numerous media reports — is a major NATO installation hosting one of the largest stockpiles of nuclear weapons in Europe.

Gokhan Acikkolu was a teacher of history. As many people, he was detained on charge of being Gulen Fallower on July 23,2016. He died under police custody. He died without even knowing what he was accused of.
Teacher Gökhan Açıkkollu, who was tortured to death while in police custody, was found innocent one-and-a-half years later and “reinstated” to his job.
Fell sick over diabetes and harsh treatment the teacher was taken to a hospital. Doctors declared him well and sent him back to custody. Several days later, badly wounded and seriously ill teacher died under custody.

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Watch here the Coca Cola Ramadan ad from 2018. To commemorate the Muslim holy month, Coca-Cola Norway has added Islamic symbolism to their flagship beverage. While the contents of the soda bottles remained unaltered, many have voiced their displeasure with what has been perceived as political correctness gone too far.
In connection with the Islamic month of fasting, Ramadan, Coca-Cola Norway has launched a nationwide campaign featuring its recognisable logo adorned with a crescent moon, an important symbol in Islam.
While celebrating Ramadan has been a long tradition for Coca-Cola in Muslim countries, this is the first time it has donned Islamic imagery in the Scandinavian nation, where it previously only used to have Christmas campaigns.

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If the Muslim Brotherhood is declared a terror organization, Turkey would be much affected. The extent of the problems Turkey would face depends on the scope of the bill the Trump administration might draft. The critical question is, will only the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood be added to the blacklist, or all the organizations affiliated with it?

Although the organization’s generic name in Egypt and Syria is the Muslim Brotherhood, the movement operates under different labels in other foreign countries: al-Nahda in Tunisia, Islamic Action Front in Jordan, Hamas in Palestine, Iraqi Islamic Party in Iraq, Social Action for Peace in Algeria and National Islamic Front in Sudan. The movement is known as Reform in Bahrain, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Yemen and Somalia.

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Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia’s naval fleets have been severely neglected. Corruption, defense budget shortfalls, and higher military priorities are among the factors that have prevented the modernization and buildup of the Russian navy. Of the four separate naval fleets—the Baltic, Black Sea, Northern, and Pacific Fleets—Russia’s Black Sea Fleet remains one of the most neglected and obsolete. The 2008 Russo-Georgian war revealed to Russia the need to modernize and increase the size of its Black Sea Fleet, which was reinforced during the 2014 Russian annexation of Crimea when NATO naval presence increased in the region.

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Ramadan is for reducing economical expenditure or economical pressure by practicing self-restrain or reducing personal luxury, lusts, or comfort etc. But in reality, Muslims do just the opposite.
Muslims who are fasting during this month of Ramadan, practice a total orgy of eating more delicacies, of course during night instead of day time.
A typical fasting Muslim consumes double the amount of most nourishing and delicious and luxurious food items compared to his regular eating habits during other times. Monthly expenditures for a typical family duly increase 2-3 times during Ramadan.

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In what might be the biggest news of the week, the New York Times has published a bombshell report revealing Joe Biden’s shady connection to a Ukrainian corruption scandal.
According to a report from The New York Times, reporter Kenneth P. Vogel provided new details about Hunter Biden’s connection to a Ukrainian political corruption scandal.
The details emerged as the Ukrainian government recently reopened an investigation into a company which once paid Hunter Biden roughly $50,000 a month.
That company, Burisma Holdings, is currently being probed by Ukraine’s top prosecutor.

Mario Andretti gives Donald Trump a ride through the streets of New York City.
This was on President Trump's highly acclaimed TV show the Apprentice, before he became President. This was also way back before the Liberals tried to destroy him.
Same people back then, were on his TV show. Raised money for him, took money from him, stayed in his hotels, bought his real estate, and penthouses. Played golf at his courses, wanted him to speak at their engagements, partied with him. Hang out with him, and say they knew him. Took his college courses to get a degree without bitching, etc.. He became President Trump, and Libturds came unglued!


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