03-10-2005, 09:39 AM #1
EU brands Lebanon's Hezbollah 'terrorist'
The European Parliament branded Lebanon's Hezbollah movement a
"terrorist" group on Thursday and urged European Union ministers to take action against the organization.
"Parliament considers that clear evidence exists of terrorist activities by Hezbollah. The [EU] Council will take all necessary steps to curtail them,"
The EU is to add the Iranian-backed Hezbollah to its list of outlawed terrorist organizations, obliging member states to seize its assets and take action against its members.
Its about ****ed time.....Terror just doesnt pay.
03-10-2005, 12:23 PM #2
No suprise, I knew it would happen. The only reason it didnt happen before is because Al-Hariri had his people in Europe, prevented putting Hizbollah as a terrorist group.
Israel killed Al-Hariri, and then the EU puts them in the terrorist list.
Good move by Israel, I will give them that.
03-10-2005, 12:46 PM #3Associate Member
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the EU speaks for israel....united states of corporate america...then it speaks for the european countries and then to the world....FAINTLY.
united nations does not see hezbollah as a terror group. hezbollah is the outcome of israeli terror and injustice.....your pig sharon virtually allowed the massacre of lebanese children....women.
weather u like it or not they are here to stay and the more arrogant moves the us and israel commt to...the bigger and stronger they get....need i descibe the demonstrations that occured in lebanon just 2 days ago.
sharon and bush's visions will lead to more destruction and they WILL NOT reach their goal. if you are NOT from there then you do not know. if you just live in israel gettiong welfare from your illigitamite/wicked israeli government....then that another thing, you are probably hopefull. but israle will never be a permeanant state.....the only way it can become permeanant is if the voices of logic/goodness wins and creates the most just state, that which is not bound to be JEWISH and that which COMBINES all the occupied lands and the known israel of today to form a democracy. thats the only real solution...anything else is just adding fuel to a very dangerous fire. reality remains that the israleis will NEVER accept such a country because that will mean the end of jewish nationalism/zionism or what i would like to call (neo-nazism). ta ta
03-10-2005, 02:28 PM #4Originally Posted by redwizza
If this was your opinion I could respect it, however its nothing more than a pathetic fictional composition based on excerpts from speeches by bin Laden, sadam, and Nasrala
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03-11-2005, 10:04 AM #5
madness...those folks should have been label terrorists years ago!
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03-12-2005, 04:22 AM #7Originally Posted by Will Power
The Lebanese resistance group Hizb Allah has expressed "disappointment" over the European Union parliament's decision to back measures against it if it is found to engage in "terrorist activities".
In a statement, Hizb Allah said "the decision by the European Parliament which came as a result of foreign pressure, especially from the United States and Israel, contradicts the parliament's principles of freedom and democracy."
The statement follows media reports that members of the European parliament in a resolution on Thursday agreed to take unspecified steps against Hizb Allah if clear evidence existed of the group being involved in terrorist activities.
The EU parliament, however, did not go as far as putting Hizb Allah on a European list of terrorist organisations.
03-12-2005, 10:10 AM #8
When are we going to get a USA on that terrrorist list?? Or at least CIA
03-12-2005, 01:55 PM #9Associate Member
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03-12-2005, 02:22 PM #10Associate Member
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the following was copied from an ENCYCLOPEDIA....not from sadam or osama as will power would love to believe.
anyone should clearly be able to see that the idealogy of zionism is inspired by the belief that jews have DEVINE rights because they are the "children of god"...ect. now plz someone tell me how that is different than the nazi idealogy that declares aryan superiority simply because of race. zionists' logic is the same as fascism. one declares superiority because of race and one because of religion. JUST REMEMBER PPL....these ideologies cannot be correct/just/good because it takes the rights away from the rest of HUMANITY and human societies.
i repeat. israel will never be a permeanant nation, unless its ruthless idealogy is further implemented and applied with no discretion and care for human life outside of JEWISHNESS. i doubt that zionists care about their own jewish population that do not agree with anything zionist.
Jewish ideology that has focused on establishing a Jewish homeland. The name of "Zionism" comes from the hill Zion, the hill on which the Temple of Jerusalem was situated.
Zionism wanted to establish this homeland in Palestine, but there were many discussions on alternatives, where the use of land in Africa was perceived as a faster route to the final establishment of a Jewish state. The main organization of Zionism has always been The World Zionist organization.
Inside Zionism there have been several orientations: spiritual and cultural; work ethical; Marxist; and Orthodox Jewish. The central motivation of Zionism was the Diaspora, which started with the exile to Babylon in the 6th century BCE. By focusing on the Diaspora, the Jews living around world in many different countries, shared a feeling of being in exile from their true homeland in Palestine, with Jerusalem as its real capital.
In addition to being in exile, the Jews had also been waiting for the return of Messiah, the saviour that should be sent by God to come and re-establish Israel and justice. But over time more and more Jews started to become motivated for a human action in preparation for the coming of Messiah. Zionism was an expression of man's will to act in order to fulfill the central promise of the Messianic idea.
Socialism had great impact on Zionism, and in early stages of Jewish immigration to Palestine, a large part of the immigrants were Marxists. The system of kibbutzes was formed after Socialist ideas. The kibbutzes were frequently used when Jews came to Palestine and settled. The kibbutzes served as a mini-state, where people could live, work, go to school and have health services. The kibbutzes were central in Jewish immigration right up until the formation of the State of Israel.
Zionism following the establishment of the state of Israel, is based on two principles: Upholding the State of Israel, and the right of any Jew to come here to live in Israel if he or she wants it.
03-13-2005, 12:02 AM #11Originally Posted by RockSolid
03-14-2005, 08:57 AM #12Originally Posted by RockSolid
Since the Lebanese, and Iranian based Hezbala groups are clearly international terror organizations, your post seems foolish at bast, ironically suspicious at worst.
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