Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by PatsWSB47, Mar 23, 2011.
The eastern world, it is explodin', violence flarin', bullets loadin'.........
Haven't you heard? They asked for it because someone put an addition on their house.
This thread will die out fast (can't criticize the terrorists, shhhhh they could be muslim)
Wow. Shocking news. What year is it? 1973?
From the article
Well they're reporting now this may have not been a suicide bombing but it's a bombing nonetheless. Is this a renewed and stepped up effort?...and if the rest of the middle east wasn't in the middle of a bunch of shyt storms right now them maybe some people wouldn't bat an eye, but this added to that makes it the eastern world.
I wasn't referring to the song, just the fact that this exact story has been in the news since I was a little kid. Only the date has been changed. It's like the migrating butterflies and the rising of the sun...never seems to change.
But you're wrong... didn't you see the no suicide bombings since 2004? Evidently something did change.
US occupation of Iraq?
Obama is POTUS instead of Bush?
Palestinians can't seem to last more than 8 years without killing Israelis with a bus bomb for no apparent reason?
Mubarak is gone so the Egyptian terrorists are back in business?
What do you think it is?
I posted this story to point out that the elevated tensions are at a boiling point and this is yet another example of it. Bombing violence has been down over the past few years over there but the eastern world is exploding more than ever now....at least more than I've seen in a long time.
"Eve of Destruction" is a pretty old song(1965) that even predates suicide bombings I think, so yes it's been boiling over there for a long time. Still, I think this latest bombing might be a symptom of more to come and only part of something that is starting to get out of control
The decline in suicide bombings coincided with the erection of the security fence ( completed in 2004) to keep suicide bombers out. Many nations opposed the fence but Israel argued that it had the right, no, the obligation to ensure that its borders were safe and history has supported that position.
Israel's Security Fence
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