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Well Mr. Nobel Prize peace president, welcome to your Israel experience. Israel has been living with the equivalent of ISIS next door for 10 years. Do you still lambast them for defending themselves?

Oh the sweet irony of a reality check.

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Obama rallies world to fight Islamic State threat; French hostage executed

Gee, President Obama took his sweet time. He was so concerned not to offend any Muslim leaders in the West that it took a while before he acted against ISIS.

Time for the West to WTFU before these fanatics try to come home and spread their love in their nations of residence.

1.Deny blanket asylum to any and all who seek it until they are vetted.

2.Arrest any radical that spreads radical propaganda or calls for the creation of Sharia laws.

3.Go after anyone that helps to fund these radicals and or send money to radicals.

4.If citizens go and fight for these radicals arrest them when the return until it is determined if they had committed any crimes against humanity.

5.Completely overhaul immigration, hunt down any violators and deport them out of their home country.

6.Ensure that welfare only goes to people who are actually looking for work or can't work because of a disability.

Time for governments to stop protecting radicals!

Time for Political Correctness to die out!

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@JoeBigs You get my vote. If only Britain would listen. How long did we have that al-Megrahi locked up? Too long. Imprisoned and held at the taxpayers expense. And he wasn't the only one. Abu Hamza was allowed to luxuriate in jail, again at the taxpayers expense, while his family were put up in an expensive home, all the while spreading hatred and intolerance. Why? Because of Political Correctness. Too many people have been killed by these extremists and others like them, and the PC crowd stops us from punishing them as they deserve to be. "Oh but Human Rights." Eff your Human Rights. These monsters rejected their humanity when they started to preach the decapitation of anyone who doesn't share their religious beliefs. They don't deserve to be called human, don't deserve human rights. We're too soft on these savage terrorists, and they're taking advantage of that. Enough is enough. Send them to hell where they belong.

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When is China and Russia going to join this fight against the Islamic State? Never?

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When is China and Russia going to join this fight against the Islamic State? Never?

a) They've got their own "islamic terrorists". Although, there is the matter of these people being treated as 2nd class citizens, not just religious dogma involved.

b) Arms sales?

c) What's in it for them? Neither country has a history of showing much interest in benevolence, internally or externally.

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This problem is caused by USA and other western country. Japan and Asia should not join this fight

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One word WilliB, one word: settlements

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Reformed basher:

" They've got their own "islamic terrorists". Although, there is the matter of these people being treated as 2nd class citizens, not just religious dogma involved. "

Ah. As opposed to the tolerance and benevolence with which the Islamic State treats its Christians, Yazidis, and other other non-muslims? (And Shiite and Ahmediyya muslims, for that matter). Are we barking up the wrong tree a little?

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Obama rallies world to fight Islamic State threat; French hostage executed

Always remember, the PC supporters are always the first to come to the aid of psychopaths and religious fanatics, but are always the last to come to the aid of the victims of those murderers.

Time is coming when the final nail will be hammered into the coffin of Western Political Correctness bunk. I just hope it won't take more tragedies for people to WTFU.

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scipantheist:

" One word WilliB, one word: settlements " Hamas jihad against Israel has as much to do with "settelements" as ISIS war against all of us (plus Shiite islam) has to do with any settlements: nothing.

Just btw, Israel REMOVED all its settlements from Gaza in 2005. In case you forgot.

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@ProudJapanese its because of idiots like ....U and G Bush.

People like you are always the same even if it doesn't add up. You have made up your mind without looking at the evidence and what's happening and will happen, if we don't act. That's the way you work. Bush started a war he shouldn't off, but even so he then has know strategy to win the war. By the time they turned it around and crushed them, the people in America and the west, look at it like a full disaster, but yet they won the war and if it was not for the Shiite government, that war 100% would of been won "for say. People in America hear about the Iraq war and they think.....5,000 dead disaster, but yet 1 year before they left, there was not even 1 U.S troop death for week's months and a year.

The truth is American and west troops should move in, and squash this terrorist group....... lighting fast. Its not the Iraq war all over, and it will save civilians lives, and put a stop to people in the west, looking at them as if there amazing and strong. Crush them fast & leave. Now will now be IS no real IS left, and it would be like America without a Army.

Everyone here ether hates America, or looks at the Iraq war. They are raping and mass murdering people, but use are saying "take your time"........ Then they spread into the west more more, and its letting them extend "thanks to this slow and failing plan" of his.. Even some of the Muslim country supporting us here, are responsible for backing them / funding the IS.

We need to go in hard.

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a jihadist “network of death”

Wow! From JV team to "network of death" in a few short months......must have a hell of a coach!

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Proud Japanese

This problem is caused by USA and other western country. Japan and Asia should not join this fight

Sure it's not your problem. You just happen to import ALL of your oil from there. That alone makes Japan/Asia an accessory to the problem.

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By giving surreptitious support to some radicals (Al Nusra) with the intent of toppling Assad, this is the blowback the US gets. Had the US not undermined their former ally Assad(remember how Mr and Mrs Kerry lauded the Assads after dining with them and complimenting them?) instead of giving unauthorized support to "moderate " rebels, this whole ISIL would not have metastasized. Thanks, Kerry!

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Scott Ryan if i am idiot. You are fool. I don't hate America but they cause this war. If USA can finish it, by all means, do it.

USinJapan. Japan had no problem with Middle East until US invade and spread "democracy". Middle East can handle own issues.

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Just btw, Israel REMOVED all its settlements from Gaza in 2005. In case you forgot.

That great.... What have they done for peace lately? Oh yeah, that's right. They've regressed.

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scipantheist:

" That great.... What have they done for peace lately? Oh yeah, that's right. They've regressed. "

You claimed "settlements" were the reason for Hamas Jihad against Israel. I pointed out that Israel removed all settlements from Gaza in 2005 with the hope of getting peace.... fat chance of that.

My point stands: In dealing with ISIS, the US now has its own Hamas experience. The baffling difference is the media bias: Have we heard any body counts yet? Surely, Obamas bombs have killed a number of civilians in Syria. Have we seen any pictures of blown up buildings? There must be plenty of those, unless you assume he ordered the military to drop all the bombs in the desert.

See how the reporting standards have suddenly changed by 180 degrees?

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Middle East can handle own issues.

Since when? The last time they tried to handle their own issues, the 1970s Oil Crisis happened:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1970s_Oil_Crisis

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