All Blog Posts Tagged 'islamic' (3)

Iran Calls Wall Street Protests 'American Spring'

Do you see? This is why I refer to the protesters as a bunch of anarchist/pseudo-socialist/extreme leftists mixed with right-wing isolationist naive individuals which have now been taken over by labor unions and other anti-American left-leaning groups such as MoveOn.org. They are allowing such illegitimate regimes such as the Islamic Republic to mock our nation in addition to compare their "grievances" to the Arab Spring in…

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Added by Sassan K. on October 9, 2011 at 11:20pm — 2 Comments

Islamists Dreams

Mohammed has given his Islamist (slaves of Allah) false impression and deluded them that they are the best nation in the world, and they are the only people who will go heaven, any people else will go Hell in the life after according to his allegation. As a result, they suffer from megalomaniac , they have a conception that they are the only nation in the world who will go heaven and they are the most prefered nation in the world according to their Allah’s promise and description in Quran that… Continue

Added by muhab samer on August 27, 2010 at 10:00pm — 4 Comments

The Islamic Republic of Iran – A Review

It has been well over 30 years since Iran's "hijacked" revolution and the establishment of the Ayatollah Kingdom where the Mullahs rule with an iron fist. Like all other so-called Islamic Republics and Democracies the constitution in Iran guarantees well versed phrases such as the freedom of speech, freedom of association, gender equality, freedom of belief, freedom of movement and many more freedoms but the same constitutions also categorically state and emphasize that "all laws and… Continue

Added by Afghan Atheist on May 27, 2010 at 12:49am — 1 Comment

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