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Ukumbusho wa 9-11 Marekani.

Discussion in 'Jamii Photos' started by Ab-Titchaz, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. Ab-Titchaz

    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    Wengine wamekumbuka zaidi kilichowaletea msiba huo!

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    U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama applauds former first lady Laura Bush following her address during 9/11 Flight 93 commemoration September 11, 2010 in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. People gathered to honor the 40 victims of Flight 93 on the ninth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.


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    (L-R) Gordon W.Felt, president of Families of Flight 93 and Joanne Hanley Superintendent of the Flight 93 National Memorial show U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama and former first lady Laura Bush the future site of the memorial that's under construction during a 9/11 Flight 93 commemoration September 11, 2010 in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.


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    U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama speaks during a 9/11 Flight 93 commemoration September 11, 2010 in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. People gathered to honor the 40 victims of Flight 93 on the ninth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.



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  8. Nyani Ngabu

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    Halafu yule imamu anataka kujenga limsikiti lake hapo ground zero......hell to the hell no!!!!!
     
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    He Nyani Ngabu kumbe wewe ni Mmarekani na unainfluence decision making huko? Umechelewa basi ungekwenda kujiunga na Rev. Jones.
     
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    Hivi kujenga msikiti pale inahusiana nini na ulipuaji wa WTC?
     
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    wewe dogo kuwa na akili huyo imamu ametumia logic ya ukweli kwani ni suluhisho tosha kwa hapo,kwani wewe na wenzio si munaamini kuwa atikadi fulani ndio wausika basi kukiwa na msikiti haitawezekana kufanyika kitu kama hicho kwani ni sehemu tukufu,
    au pilau uliyokula inakusumbua,
    Conquest-mkubwa hali pipi kijiti
     
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    Baadhi ya wachunguzi wa Kimarekani wamejenga hoja na kutoa ushahidi wa kisayansi kuonyesha kuwa matukio ya 9/11 hayakufanywa na magaidi bali yalipangwa na wamarekani wenyewe kwa nia ya kutimiza uovu wao ikiwamo kuivamia Iraq na Afghanistan. Kwa mfano hakuna miili ya watu wala mizigo iliyoonekana baada ya kile kilichodaiwa ndege ya abiria iligongeshwa pale Pentagon. Vile vile kuna ushahidi kuwa zile Twin Towers hazikuangushwa na vishindo vya ndege bali kuna mabomu yalikuwa yametegwa chini yake tayari. Mabaki ya hayo majumba yalifichwa ili yasifanyiwe uchunguzi. Nyie mlio Marekani tuambieni ni uzushi huu au na nanyie mmeingia kwenye emotions bila kutulia na kuuliza maswali yanayohitaji majibu. Ndiyo, waliokufa lazima waenziwe lakini kama kuna wamarekani walishiriki wanapaswa kushughulikiwa pia.
     
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    that's not what the CIA thinks


    The US helped make AQ and the Taliban to fight the Soviets (read Coll's Ghost Wars) -- it is in fact US foreign policy that led DIRECTLY to 9/11.
    You need not take my word for it -- but you can take the word of the CIA's ex-head of the Osama bin Laden desk: Mike Sheurer:
    The 14th anniversary of a war we refuse to understand | Non-Intervention.com
    The 14th anniversary of a war we refuse to understand
    By mike | Published: August 27, 2010
    Fourteen years ago this morning, 27 August 1996, I found myself reading a just-published document by Osama bin Laden entitled "Declaration of War Against the United States." In the 12-page treatise bin Laden announced al-Qaeda's intention to wage war on the United States and summarized its motivation in six items:
    &#8211;U.S. support for and protection of Arab police states
    &#8211;U.S. presence on the Arabian Peninsula
    &#8211;Unqualified U.S. support for Israel
    &#8211;U.S. and Western exploitation of Muslim energy resources at below market prices
    &#8211;U.S. support for other nations that oppress Muslims, especially Russia, China, and India.
    &#8211;U.S. stationing of military forces in Muslim lands
    From 1996 until today, bin Laden, al-Qaeda, their allies, and those they inspire have stood by this short list of motivations. A researcher would look long, hard, and ultimately futilely for any motivations that pivot off of such cultural issues as U.S. democracy, elections, civil liberties, gender equality, etc. To be sure, bin Laden made clear that Islamists were not at all interested in any of these cultural attributes for the Muslim world. But his prose likewise made clear that he knew almost no Muslims could be motivated to risk their lives and wage jihad because there is an early presidential primary in Iowa and women are welcomed into the U.S. workplace.
    No U.S. political leader or mainstream media outlet has, since 1996, given any indication that bin Laden's declaration has been read and and understood. Instead, both have preached to Americans that they are being attacked by Islamists because of the way we live and think here in North America. Americans also have been assured that the impact of Washington's interventionist policies in the Islamic world plays no role in our attackers' motivation. This, of course is bald lie, but our political and media leaders have stood by it for 14 years and counting.
    As that lie has left the United States floundering in an expanding war against an enemy that does not exists - that is, the Muslim freedom-and-liberty haters - it is worth thinking about what our interventionist policies and lie-based response to bin Laden's declaration have cost us since August, 1996:
    &#8211;Two U.S. or U.S.-run military facilities in Saudi Arabia, one in Riyadh (1995) and the other in Dhahran (1996).
    &#8211;Two U.S. embassies in East Africa - Nairobi and Dar es Salaam - in 1998.
    &#8211;The U.S. Navy's destroyer COLE in 2000.
    &#8211;The destruction of the World Trade Center and a heavily damaged Pentagon in 2001.
    &#8211;Defeat in an unnecessary war against Muslims in Iraq.
    &#8211;The coming defeat of the U.S.-NATO coalition in Afghanistan, and probably the less effective future performance of the NATO alliance.
    &#8211;The death of approximately 9,000 U.S. military and civilian personnel in the foregoing events, and the wounding of several times that number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. The later category includes a higher percentage of men and women who lost one or more limbs than in any U.S. war since the Civil War.
    &#8211;More than a trillion dollars in federal expenditures on war and counter-terrorism with no end in sight.
    &#8211;The establishment of a widespread presence of radical Islamists inside the United States and a now-increasing tempo of planned and attempted domestic attacks.
    &#8211;The steady undermining of Pakistan as a stable, cohesive nation-state, a process which raises concerns about the security of that country's nuclear arsenal.
    This, it seems to me, is a high price to have paid over 14 years to fight the non-existent, liberty-hating Islamist enemy, especially because U.S. military and intelligence efforts have given us no means of accurately measuring progress in the war save for a body count and the wishful thinking of politicians and editorial writers.
    Indeed, the hard metrics all seem to show progress for bin Laden and the forces he leads and inspires: Islamist victories in Iraq and Afghanistan; a weakening Pakistan; the growth of Islamist militancy in Iraq, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Lebanon, and Gaza (all of which is enabled by the U.S.-led destruction of Saddam's murderously anti-Islamist regime); and Islamist insurgencies in places where they were either dormant or non-existent in 2001, including Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen, southern Thailand, Mindanao, North Africa, and the North Caucasus.
    Perhaps the best way for Americans to see how much damage the United States has suffered and how little progress it has made against al-Qaeda and its allies is to reflect on Osama bin Laden's concise, well-publicized, and precisely defined war aims:
    1.) To help bleed the United States to bankruptcy.
    2.) To spread out U.S. military and intelligence forces so they have little flexibility and few reserves.
    3.) To create as much political dissent in America as possible, and to strip away as many U.S. allies as possible.
    I will leave it to the reader to decide whether Washington or bin Laden has the clearer war aims, and which side - on an objective reading of reality - has more reason to thank God and be proud and encouraged on this, the 14th anniversary of the start of the al-Qaeda-led war on the United States.


    SOURCE: The AFPAK CHANNEL
     
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    Ubungoubungo JF-Expert Member

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    Obama ni mnafiki na ni anti christ kabisa. hafai, anatuaibisha hata sisi watu weusi. wamarekani wamepata hasara kubwa sana kumchagua obama kuwa raisi wao. na nina uhakika hatakuja kushinda tena katika awamu ijayo, kwasababu akili yake ni ya kishetani, na shetani ndio aliyemjaa na kumuongoza apendavyo. akili gani kuruhusu kujengwa kwa kituo cha kiislam kwenye sehemu ambayo watu wameumizwa mioyo kwasababu ya uislam?...hivi hata mjaluo ambaye hajawai kwenda shule kule Mara ataruhusu kitu kama icho? yaani mi niimuangalia, hadi huwa najisikia kuzima tv, sitaki hata kumuona obama kabisa.
     
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    Siyo tija penye msikiti wataacha wanafyatua pengine!!:confused2:
     
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