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    • Chcik Corea
    • 15.03.07 | 20:38 (IST)

    The King of the Khyber Rifles. Only in this film there was a rumor that cartridges were covered in pig grease and the Muslims who were fighting with the Brits refused to touch them. They decided on using only knives and of course won anyway. Why terrorists are not buried with dead pigs escapes me. If the 'dream' is to enter Paradise and there is a relatively easy way to thaw that dream why not do it? But Bush is no Blackjack Pershing. To fight Muslims properly you have to throw the politically correct handbook out the window. To fast forward to Afghanistan sometime in January, a US drone sent back a picture of perhaps a few hundred Taliban in prayer and packed very tightly together. A Hellfire missiles dream. The military lawyers back in the US studied the photo and forbade the strike because of the religious part. Right there I knew the US will lose in Afghanistan as well as Iraq.

    from the article: Reputed 9/11 mastermind says he decapitated journalist Daniel Pearl
    First published 00:00 15.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.03.07
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