Hilman comments

Posted in: Morsi, on trial, insists he is still Egypt's president See in context

"Power resides only where men believe it resides." " It's a trick. A shadow on the wall, yet shadows can kill. And ofttimes a very small man can cast a very large shadow.”

However, I truly hope he will be as successful as Mubarak or Khadafi in re-claiming his seat...

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Posted in: Japan unveils biggest warship since World War II See in context

I dont think that China- as the Country with the biggest military expenses in the world should be complaining about any other country around them trying to catch up.. Eitherway- its gonna get pretty hot around those bloody islands in 2015...

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Posted in: Key facts about Japan's constitution, proposed changes See in context

What about article 20? I believe older suggestions included modifications of the Freedom of Religion article as well. Isn't such change part of the current agenda?

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Posted in: Most Muslims want sharia law, but divided on interpretation See in context

Well Big surprise indeed...

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Posted in: World powers coax Iran into saving nuclear talks See in context

The proposal was more realistic than before and had tried to get closer to the Iranian viewpoint in some cases, Jalili told reporters at the end of two days of negotiations in Kazakhstans largest city, Almaty. We consider this positive although there is a long distance to reach the suitable point

Give them Austria, even Czechoslovakia. It will not stop there.

Why are they playing this usless game We know how it will end

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Posted in: Egypt floods Gaza tunnels to cut Palestinian lifeline See in context

Finally the Egyptians understand that powerful fundamentalistic Islamic terror organization on their borders is not such a good idea.. allowing the organization to freely access your country is even worse.

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Posted in: U.S. urges Europe to take action against Hezbollah See in context

Yeah, sad indeed. But why didn't the US urge action against Israel when they killed over 1000 innocent Gazans (including 100's of children) and 100's of Lebanese a couple of years ago. Can you understand their pain?

Well Steric, 1000 innocent Gazans is a bit of an overstretch, not that it matters because in every war civilians should be left out of the fighting. However still- all the harsh language aimed at Israel was not heard towards the Palestinians throughout 8 years of daily missiles being shot at southern Israel or when those increased dramatically after Israel left Gaza. Nor was it heard when missiles where shot and intruders stormed the northern border with Lebanon. Hezbollah is part of the Lebanease government- therefore are not merely a terror organizations. Even more, such harsh language tend to soften when the world ignores the 2 years civil war in Syria that costg 100 lives daily, the daily clashes in Africa or the "humanitarian" acts of Russian and Chinese armies. Double standards tend to flourish when Jewish or ISraelies are involved. .

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