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Have you ever heared something called 'just a comment'?

I don’t have to make argument each time.
It's another way of me saying "I agree with you".

I'm not suggesting that you're not making an argument. I'm saying "I have no argument to your point".

Simply a misunderstanding between what you thought I was saying and what I was actually saying.

No worries!
 
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It's another way of me saying "I agree with you".

I'm not suggesting that you're not making an argument. I'm saying "I have no argument to your point".

Simply a misunderstanding between what you thought I was saying and what I was actually saying.

No worries!

Cool. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
 

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What will Erdogan do ? Militarly Turkey is geographicly far away from Israel to do anything. Just sending some Ships which IDF can easyly sink ?

We still have no real long Range Strike Capabillity, even not a Prototype of Gezgin LACM Was tested. Maybe we can send some Tayfun and they can hit some IDF Airbases

The best thing he can do is shut up and work diligently to make Turkey a successful nation. Then once you got an advanced rich and powerful nation, then you can just do.
 

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This is the right thing to do. Let the wealthy Arab / Muslim nations in the region and around the world look after Palestinians.
Last time they (S.A.) do, the Saudi King died in a mysterious accident.
 

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The $1.2 Trillion usd government spending package that USA 🇺🇸 will unveil today officially puts UNRWA funding for Palestine 🇵🇸 on hold until March, 2025. In 2022 and 2023 USA provided the agency with $364 million usd and $371 million usd.

This is the right thing to do. Let the wealthy Arab / Muslim nations in the region and around the world look after Palestinians. Better yet, the leader of HAMAS is a multi-billionaire, he can easily afford to pick up the slack for his people. Qatar 🇶🇦 hosts HAMAS' leadership. Maybe the people of Qatar will pick up the bill. Iran 🇮🇷, Turkey 🇹🇷 , Egypt 🇪🇬, or some a coalition of those nations could easily afford it as well.


Interesting to see Westerners justifying Ethnic cleansing and genocide.

Lots of European Countries and Lots of Slavic countries why dont they go and take care and take in Ukrainians.
 

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“We had previously warned that the enemy’s prisoners are suffering from the same conditions that our people are suffering from, of hunger and deprivation, and that they are suffering from a lack of food and medicine, which is threatening the lives of a number of them. Hamas announces the death of the israeli prisoner, “Yejiv Buchhataf,” 34 years old, as a result of a lack of medicine and food.
 

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Interesting to see Westerners justifying Ethnic cleansing and genocide.

Lots of European Countries and Lots of Slavic countries why dont they go and take care and take in Ukrainians.
Tell him , let's Canadians pay for freedom of Ukraine , why should someone in Qatar or Indonesia pay so many things more expensive for the sake of Ukrainian borders?
Let Canadians fight in Ukraine, somewhere on this forum, there's a picture of the Bosnian soldiers entering Lvov 1915 , they ain't Canadians.
Oh I agree that Muslim nations should pay for the Palestinians but by the same token, instead of the purchasing Canadian goods, we should purchase Russian. That part Mr Canadian Hegel wouldn't like, I am sure.
 

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Tell him , let's Canadians pay for freedom of Ukraine , why should someone in Qatar or Indonesia pay so many things more expensive for the sake of Ukrainian borders?
Let Canadians fight in Ukraine, somewhere on this forum, there's a picture of the Bosnian soldiers entering Lvov 1915 , they ain't Canadians.
Oh I agree that Muslim nations should pay for the Palestinians but by the same token, instead of the purchasing Canadian goods, we should purchase Russian. That part Mr Canadian Hegel wouldn't like, I am sure.
Don't care one bit if "you" buy Canadian goods. Feel free to buy from the Russians. I'm more than happy for our tax money to help fund Ukraine's defense, because it's in line with the West's agenda to make this war as long and miserable for Putin as possible. I wouldn't expect a country like Qatar to care about helping Ukraine. But considering they host Hamas' leadership, I would expect them to show some interest in helping the people of Gaza.

That said, there is an entire region full of reasonably well off (some downright rich) Arabs and Muslims, who can easily afford to fill the West's funding gap in support of the Palestinians. I'm all for people that live in a specific region taking the lead on funding issues in that region. Just as Europe has taking the lead in support of Ukraine, I'd expect the same of Palestine's Arab / Muslim brethren. The fact that we are only talking about supporting 2 million people makes it even easier for them to handle. It's not like we're talking about a country with the size and population of Ukraine.

And speaking of Bosnia, 40,000 Canadian military personnel served there over the course of 19 years, in a peace keeping role, because the people of Bosnia couldn't act like adults and settle their disputes peacefully, instead turning to ethnic cleansing as an alternative. I'll tell you what. Canada has done 1000× for the people of Bosnia than Bosnians have ever done for the people of Canada.
 
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Don't care one bit if "you" buy Canadian goods. Feel free to buy from the Russians. I'm more than happy for our tax money to help fund Ukraine's defense, because it's in line with the West's agenda to make this war as long and miserable for Putin as possible. I wouldn't expect a country like Qatar to care about helping Ukraine. But considering they host Hamas' leadership, I would expect them to show some interest in helping the people of Gaza.

That said, there is an entire region full of reasonably well off (some downright rich) Arabs and Muslims, who can easily afford to fill the West's funding gap in support of the Palestinians. I'm all for people that live in a specific region taking the lead on funding issues in that region. Just as Europe has taking the lead in support of Ukraine, I'd expect the same of Palestine's Arab / Muslim brethren. The fact that we are only talking about supporting 2 million people makes it even easier for them to handle. It's not like we're talking about a country with the size and population of Ukraine.

And speaking of Bosnia, 40,000 Canadian military personnel served there over the course of 19 years, in a peace keeping role, because the people of Bosnia couldn't act like adults and settle their disputes peacefully, instead turning to ethnic cleansing as an alternative. I'll tell you what. Canada has done 1000× for the people of Bosnia than Bosnians have ever done for the people of Canada.
Just f off and talk about being adult to your children will you?
What an idiotic argument, what General MacKenzie did? Abating and encouraging genocide.?
You are on this and other forums talking the same drivel with your wide sweeping statements. What the f you did for Bosnia? Got involved when we were about to win the war. Do you know what are you talking about?
You going effin to moralise here about being an adult? Your police chiefs keep advising your population to let criminals into house? Don't they?
What you don't care about?
Yes contribution to Palestinians through your tax money , from the Muslim countries through decades you made billions and billions, what did you make out of Israel or Ukraine?
So you ain't giving any charity for Palestinians, most definitely not.
So be consistent, no money for Muslims when Muslims are in need so no money for you for your goods.
As we could have seen from the article on this forum the great majority of the Canadians can't afford to buy a house, yet they live in a such big country.
Evidently, children running that joint.
I will stick to my flat 500 yards from the Westminster Parliament. Uh, being childish? Living on the half continent and in the social housing????
Oh , I almost forgot. I remember that in some of your posts , you were giving your " ideas" how Turkey should help Ukraine ( like Turkey already do not) even more, I remember, those were pretty outlandish idea. Also , I remember that Saudi here and there send a bit of money to Ukraine, more then they send to The Palestinians since October.
Conveniently you " forget " that. Do you?
So you like our money, don't you? But you wouldn't spend a penny for Palestinian need?
This not my thinking, this is evidently so. But knowing you, you can't be offended, you just take it into your stride, do you?
Another thing which I forgot,
We Bosnians could annihilate the Serbs during the centuries as we liked , just like you annihilated Indians , so in that case we would be as serious as you not childish.
During the Ottoman Empire, who was sitting in Belgrade or Smederevo? Mostly Bosnian Agas, Boys and Pashas.
I hate it , that we didn't do it.
Hey take a look here , on some page in this forum , you can find a picture of Bosnians entering Lavov, most definitely, not the Canadians.
So stay a few thousand miles away and be a cheerleader as usual
 
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UN Security Council adopts Gaza cease-fire resolution for Ramadan​

The UN Security Council on Monday adopted a resolution demanding an immediate cease-fire in Gaza Strip for the month of Ramadan, leading to "a lasting sustainable" cease-fire.

As many as 14 countries voted in favor of the resolution, presented by 10 elected members of the Council, while the US abstained from voting.

The resolution called for an "immediate ceasefire for the month of Ramadan respected by all parties leading to a lasting sustainable ceasefire."

It also demanded the "immediate and unconditional release of all hostages, as well as ensuring humanitarian access to address their medical and other humanitarian needs."

The formal text said the parties should comply with their obligations under international law in relation to all persons they detain.

The resolution emphasized the "urgent need to expand the flow of humanitarian assistance to and reinforce the protection of civilians in the entire Gaza Strip and reiterates its demand for the lifting of all barriers to the provision of humanitarian assistance at scale," in line with international humanitarian law as well as Security Council resolutions.

Israel has waged a deadly military offensive on the Palestinian territory since a cross-border attack by the Palestinian group Hamas in which some 1,200 Israelis were killed.

More than 32,333 Palestinians have since been killed and over 74,694 injured amid mass destruction and shortages of necessities.

The Israeli war, now in its 171st day, has pushed 85% of Gaza’s population into internal displacement amid acute shortages of food, clean water and medicine, while 60% of the enclave's infrastructure has been damaged or destroyed, according to the UN.

Israel is accused of genocide at the International Court of Justice. An interim ruling in January ordered Tel Aviv to stop genocidal acts and take measures to guarantee that humanitarian assistance is provided to civilians in Gaza.

 
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To the Muslim brothers ...
At this point just pray .. Remember this life is nothing ... Remember from paradise if you want you can see them burn in hell and they can also see you in paradise ... So just pray and Pray so we and palestinians can watch and laught at them while in paradise being Eternity ... So just pray
 
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UN Security Council adopts Gaza cease-fire resolution for Ramadan​

The UN Security Council on Monday adopted a resolution demanding an immediate cease-fire in Gaza Strip for the month of Ramadan, leading to "a lasting sustainable" cease-fire.

As many as 14 countries voted in favor of the resolution, presented by 10 elected members of the Council, while the US abstained from voting.

The resolution called for an "immediate ceasefire for the month of Ramadan respected by all parties leading to a lasting sustainable ceasefire."

It also demanded the "immediate and unconditional release of all hostages, as well as ensuring humanitarian access to address their medical and other humanitarian needs."

The formal text said the parties should comply with their obligations under international law in relation to all persons they detain.

The resolution emphasized the "urgent need to expand the flow of humanitarian assistance to and reinforce the protection of civilians in the entire Gaza Strip and reiterates its demand for the lifting of all barriers to the provision of humanitarian assistance at scale," in line with international humanitarian law as well as Security Council resolutions.

Israel has waged a deadly military offensive on the Palestinian territory since a cross-border attack by the Palestinian group Hamas in which some 1,200 Israelis were killed.

More than 32,333 Palestinians have since been killed and over 74,694 injured amid mass destruction and shortages of necessities.

The Israeli war, now in its 171st day, has pushed 85% of Gaza’s population into internal displacement amid acute shortages of food, clean water and medicine, while 60% of the enclave's infrastructure has been damaged or destroyed, according to the UN.

Israel is accused of genocide at the International Court of Justice. An interim ruling in January ordered Tel Aviv to stop genocidal acts and take measures to guarantee that humanitarian assistance is provided to civilians in Gaza.

UN is just e leash to keep countries in Check ...UN is nothing if Us denies ... whats the point in proving if Israel just ignores it .
 

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