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Thread: Is ISIS the most brutal terriorst group of all time.

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    Is ISIS the most brutal terriorst group of all time.

    Just watched a cnn detailed report on ISIS. In my opinion they make al-Qaeda and groups like Hamas look like amateurs. Countries had better band together to take care of this group or it is just a matter of time until they start attacking north america and europe. The time to act is now.

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    Waiting for some to come in here and relativize them.


    .... Oh and how the USA is responsible and creators of all the world problems.

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    oh no, I went to Spa Isis a few times, they not so bad, ok maybe a bit greedy, but I wouldn't call them terrorists. I always felt safe there.

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    My ex-wife and her 5 sisters did a pretty good job on terrorising an Albertan.
    I do not think outside the box, I do not think inside the box, I do not even know where the box is.

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    South America have had worst ! Narco's but them is for the money !!
    The problem is not to cut the head , is what they're going to leave behind. Iraq is back in the middle age so you have a lunatic who wants to be the Khalif. If you cut his head another will rise until a plan to restore a government respected by every one! Sadam Hussain did it by gazing killing is own population , same thing with Libya . And I think we will see more horror before that country is pacified again . Like I said before they're using Islam for politic purpose .

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/1105...-Colombia.html
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    I think these guys are dummies. They seem to believe that a brutal videotaped beheading or two or three will lead Obama and the USA to cower and call off air strikes that have obviously hurt them. That is not happening. This is the same miscalculation that Al Qaeda made attacking the WTC. These kinds of attacks merely serve to embolden public opinion against them. No fair minded person believes that those guys who got beheaded had anything to do with US policy.

    Eventually their leadership will be killed in drone attacks just like Al Qaeda's leaders were.

    I don't know if the press is not overstating the threat of this group. They are picking mostly on poor non militarized ethnic minority groups incapable of defending themselves. Time will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc7 View Post


    South America have had worst ! Narco's but them is for the money !!
    The problem is not to cut the head , is what they're going to leave behind. Iraq is back in the middle age so you have a lunatic who wants to be the Khalif. If you cut his head another will rise until a plan to restore a government respected by every one! Sadam Hussain did it by gazing killing is own population , same thing with Libya . And I think we will see more horror before that country is pacified again . Like I said before they're using Islam for politic purpose .

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/1105...-Colombia.html
    You are talking about Drug cartels. These are not terrorists organizations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steb22 View Post
    You are talking about Drug cartels. These are not terrorists organizations.
    Another form of it! Plata ou plombo .....
    Narcoterrorism is a term coined by former President Fernando Belaúnde Terry of Peru in 1983 when describing terrorist-type attacks against his nation's anti-narcotics police. In its original context, narcoterrorism is understood to mean the attempts of narcotics traffickers to influence the policies of a government or a society through violence and intimidation, and to hinder the enforcement of anti-drug laws by the systematic threat or use of such violence. Pablo Escobar's violence in his dealings with the Colombian government is probably one of the best known and best documented examples of narcoterrorism.
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcoterrorism
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    I wouldnt worry too much about that. The Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov (who is fking mental btw) just said this:

    “Whoever dares to threaten Russia and say out loud the name of our President Vladimir Putin will be destroyed right where he is… These people will end their days under the hot sun of Syria and Iraq and moments after death they will be greeted by the flames of eternal hell.”

    “Those bastards have nothing to do with Islam. They are enemies of Muslims everywhere”

    So there isnt much ISIS can do if they do not have the support of the local muslims in the Caucasus.

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    To answer the question, yes I would say so...I didnt think it can get worse than the Chechens in terms of brutality, but the numbers ISIS kills are out of control

    This just came out: "ISIS militants executed up to 770 Iraqi troops in Tikrit. Three new mass execution sites have been discovered at the Camp Speicher air base. The report states that the hardline Islamist group killed anywhere between 560 and 770 men during the slaughter, most of them believed to be Iraqi security forces serving at the former US base."

    This is just one place that they didnt even know about.

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    In my opinion, it's the Nazis. They were absolutely brutal and so many innocents perished because of their ambitions (and brutality).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    In my opinion, it's the Nazis. They were absolutely brutal and so many innocents perished because of their ambitions (and brutality).
    Yes, they instilled terror, but they were not a terrorist organization..by that logic the Japanese were even worse in terms of brutality when they dealt with the Chinese, just on a smaller scale. Reading about Unit 731 makes you cringe.

    There was a 4 hour documentary/movie called "Philosophy of a Knife" based on historical documents that show the medical experiments, techniques and what they practiced as torture on the prisoners. I couldnt watch more than half an hour...beyond the most fked up twisted evil imagination.

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    Abu nidal and is terrorist group where very much fiered

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    Abu Nidal
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    For the Muslimgauze album, see Abu Nidal (album).Abu Nidal
    (أبو نضال)

    Abu Nidal in an image released in 1976
    Born Sabri Khalil al-Banna (صبري خليل البنا)
    May 1937
    Jaffa, Mandatory Palestine
    Died 16 August 2002 (aged 65)
    Baghdad, Iraq
    Resting place al-Karakh Islamic cemetery, Baghdad, in a grave marked "M7"
    Nationality Palestinian
    Alma mater Cairo University
    Occupation Militant · Mercenary
    Organization Fatah – The Revolutionary Council
    (فتح المجلس الثوري), more generally
    known as the Abu Nidal Organization
    Movement Palestinian rejectionist front
    Spouse(s) Hiyam al-Bita
    Children One son, two daughters
    Parents Hajj Khalil al-Banna (father)
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    Abu Nidal (Arabic: أبو نضال meaning "father of [the] struggle"; May 1937 – 16 August 2002), born Sabri Khalil al-Banna (Arabic: صبري خليل البنا), was the founder of "Fatah – The Revolutionary Council" (Arabic: فتح المجلس الثوري), a militant Palestinian splinter group also known as the Abu Nidal Organization (ANO).[1] At the height of his power in the 1970s and 1980s, Abu Nidal was widely regarded as the most ruthless of the Palestinian political leaders.[2] In a rare interview given in 1985, he told Der Spiegel: "I am the evil spirit which moves around only at night causing ... nightmares."[3]

    Abu Nidal formed the ANO in 1974 after splitting from Yasser Arafat's Fatah faction within the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and taking up a rejectionist stance. Acting as a freelance mercenary, the United States Department of State believe he was responsible for attacks in at least twenty different countries, killing or injuring over 900 people.[4] His organization's most notorious operation was the simultaneous Rome and Vienna airport attacks on 27 December 1985, when gunmen opened fire on the El Al ticket counters at both locations, killing eighteen people and wounding 120. Patrick Seale, Abu Nidal's biographer, wrote of the attacks that their "random cruelty marked them as typical Abu Nidal operations".[5] Reports describing the purges implemented by Abu Nidal and close associates provided further evidence of his and his organization's nature.

    Abu Nidal died of between one and four gunshot wounds in Baghdad in August 2002. Palestinian sources believe he was killed on the orders of Saddam Hussein, but the Iraqi government insisted he had committed suicide.[6] The Guardian wrote on the news of his death: "He was the patriot turned psychopath. He served only himself, only the warped personal drives that pushed him into hideous crime. He was the ultimate mercenary
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Nidal

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Nidal_Organization



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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    In my opinion, it's the Nazis. They were absolutely brutal and so many innocents perished because of their ambitions (and brutality).
    Doc, i really don't consider the nazis to be a terror group. What they did was awful and it was brutal but the difference is they were a government fighting a world war that they started of course but I don't think it is the same thing as al-qaeda and ISIS.

    JJ

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