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Saturday, November 26, 2011


What is Russia today and what was it yesterday?
Yesterday Russians was at war with Nazis. Russians being decapitated by Nazis who were collaborators with Muslims. Muslims who wanted to own land that did not belong to them.  Just like today with Israel. Muslims know it never belonged to them but they will use deceit, torture, murder to achieve conquering the entire world. They lust for slaves male or female. They lust for blood of the innocent and helpless. 
Arab leaders and media outlets have long been addicted to comparing Israel to the Nazi regime, while at the same time demeaning the extent of the Holocaust.

A picture taken in 1943 of the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin el-Husseini reviewing Bosnian-Muslim troops - a unit of the "Hanjar (Saber) Division" of the Waffen SS which he personally recruited for

After 9/11, on September 30, 2002, during an official visit to Israel, Putin declared that “We regard Israel an important participant in the antiterrorist coalition.”
Things have changed since. Russia considers its policies towards the Israeli-Palestinian conflict a crucial component of the mediating role it wants to play between the West and the Arab and Muslim world. Its relations with Israel have deteriorated, but far from completely, for a number of reasons, notably because of the formal contacts that Russia has established with Hamas since it won the Palestinian elections of January 2006. In March 2006 and 2007, Moscow welcomed official Hamas delegations. Contrary to Israel and the US, Russia refuses to regard it as a terrorist organization

It argues that because of its own large Muslim population and its desire to conduct an independent foreign policy, Russia has developed a special relationship with Muslim countries and claims a different approach to fighting terrorism than the US.

"But I must say that we are not pushing them into it. We are saying that 'Whatever you decide to do, we will support you,'" he added.

Russia had previously expressed support for the Palestinian statehood bid, but had not stated explicitly that it would vote in favor of UN recognition of a Palestinian State.
I'm not aware that Nazis had much a thing for beheadings. It's pretty much a Muslim thing, and their preference for it goes all the way back to Mohammad (It was his favorite way to kill people).

New information New information has just come out proving that this video is real and not a fake. Kistaman Odamanov, a Dagestani, saw the video on the Internet and identified the man who was beheaded as her brother, Shamil Odamanov, 23. Furthermore, the rest of Shamil’s family and many acquaintances in his village also recognized him in the video.

Clearly outnumbered, seven of the 13 managed to run away and hid in the village, but another six were captured.

Five of them were beheaded*; a sixth got up and tried to run away but he was shot dead. The sixth one was a 17 year old, and the rebels offered him the charming choice of converting to Islam or being killed. He refused to convert and was then shot.
Why is Russia helping murderers establish a state that will eventually kill them all is beyond me?

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