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The True Olympians??

Updated on March 23, 2013

Some countries denounce the genocides that everyday are commited by the thug regime in Syria and some others just shed doubts.The ridiculous thing is that some West media are labeling Syrian revolutionaries as terrorists


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So proud,
how they burn
the arena
gleefully
and send everyone to hell

So bold,
how they wave
their bloody flag,
majestically,
profusely.
So boastfully ,
Some of their horrible genocides
stink to high heaven
and can't be veiled away even by the ill-gotten
Power of the Old Bear or by the banal interests of the Reds
The nations
from the north to the south
from the west to the east
as an idiot spectator stands in awe
and boisterously cheers them all,
the true Olympians,
and lables the other,the real freedom fighters, terrorists !

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      Tijani Achamlal 4 years ago from Morocco

      Are a Syrian?

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      LailaK 4 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Amen!

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      Tijani Achamlal 4 years ago from Morocco

      Laila,

      Yeah,let s pray to God for Syria.They deserve to live in peace and enjoy life like us.Live long Syria!the sun will shine upon you,sooner or later,with or without the world.

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      LailaK 4 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      James, I love how your phrase "The true olympians!" People fighting for their freedoms while being fired at in the most horrendous of ways ARE true olympians! Beautiful poetry! Let's pray God brings Syria's freedom back.

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      Tijani Achamlal 4 years ago from Morocco

      @dreamseeker2.Thanks for your insight.I agree with you.We may differ in opinions but entitled to a voice.Great saying!

      Thanks for your encouraging words!

      Many Blessings to you.

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      dreamseeker2 4 years ago

      I feel dutifully informed. We are entitled to a voice, if given one, eh? : ) We may differ in opinions, but we all have them... that I do know. On some subjects, I am not knowledgable enough to feel comfortable in giving mine. But, I applaud your drive to write what you feel. Voted up!

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      Tijani Achamlal 4 years ago from Morocco

      @ epigramman.Thank you Sir for your visit and sweet words.I really appreciate that.

      Have a nice day!

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      epigramman 4 years ago

      Good morning Sir James. Your new profile photo is awesome and I love your passion, your poetic heart and your journalistic integrity here.

      Long may you run (as Neil Young once sang) and protect our right to freedom of speech .......

      Watching the daybreak over the lake with last cup of coffee and scones at lake erie time ontario canada 9:10am

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      Tijani Achamlal 4 years ago from Morocco

      @Mhatter99,Thanks for the visit and comment.

      Have a wonderful day!

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      Martin Kloess 4 years ago from San Francisco

      Thank you for sharing your perspective.

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      Tijani Achamlal 4 years ago from Morocco

      Well,my friend .I am not using their words to justify my own opinions.They say it plainly and this is an article which they broadcast today on tv : http://online.wsj.com/article/SB100014241278873243...

      Inserting Egyptain issues here idicates that you really dont know what is going there,Sorry to say that .The following is an article published in arabic on Copts United on February 2012, I want you to read.This is just translation of it:

      What happens in Egypt nowadays is much dangerous than it looks, including all events, disturbances and protests that distract the poor and ignorant Egyptian people, in a serious conspiracy against their civilization and presence that aims at destroying its institutions and bodies that have suffered for years from corruption, but now they face unprecedented destruction of economy, security and morals as well.

      This conspiracy is so dangerous with too many conspiracist within Egypt and outside as well. They try to change the Egyptian characteristics to support their agendas. Recently, we hear about many organized crimes including: armed robbery, the abduction of two American tourists to demand the release of detained criminals, the abduction of 25 Chinese experts, and security chaos that completely destroys tourism industry in Egypt.

      Security in Egypt was completely demolished on January 28, 2011, by destroying the police and replace it by MB and Salafi militias that attacked the revolutionists later in front of the parliament to protect their Islamic Parliament. Furthermore, they have imported Saudi electroshock weapons to be used by Islamic groups of Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice.Some people here may underestimate these ideas, but let's analyze the upcoming facts: On February 4, 2011, Grand Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Hosseini Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of Iran, gave a speech in Arabic inciting the Egyptians to revolt against the regime. One year later, on February 3, 2012, he gave another speech in Arabic to congratulate the Islamic currents in Egypt on the revolution as well as winning the majority in parliament. He invited them to cancel peace treaty of Camp David, and said that Iran is ready to help the Arabic people to revolt and imitate the most successful Iranian Islamic revolution, and the Iranian Islam as well! He explained saying: “The West is trying to impose the Takfiri and secular Islam, and reject the radical Islam. They are imposing the American and European Islam”.

      Sources in the White House has mentioned an Iranian plan to convert Egypt into an Islamic emirate. Giving the current surroundings in Sinai, including: exploding gas pipelines, attacking policemen, secret tunnels activity, this plan is already being applied and supported by Iranian and Syrian organizations as well as three Gulf states. In order to demolish the state and establish the Iranian Islamic state of Egypt, 1.3 billion $ were paid by a number of foreign organizations in order to cause a sharp disagreement between the military and the Egyptian people, which is already at hand.CIA has issued a report that accuses Mohammed Yousof Mansour, who escaped from prison on January 28, 2011, of leading an Iranian plan against Egypt by recruiting thugs to burn vital institutions in Cairo as well as attacking the police. Report added that tons of explosives are stored in secret places. In fact, all of this has nothing to do with the revolution and the revolutionists, but has a lot to do with a big conspiracy against Egypt.

      Plus Morsi was elected and didn't impose himself on them,unlike what happened in Iran.Suni are not Shia and After a relatively successful start and a more moderate reconciliatory tone, climaxing with a rise in his local and international stature for a calm and pragmatic handling of the Gaza crisis and cease-fire, the president almost overnight in November was dubbed “Mursilini. So the West created and paid those who called themselves The Opposition to distort the image of Morsi internal and abroad and to hinder his practical plans to improve Egypt and snatch it from the periphery of ignorance and poverty.

      The whole matter is not about the Constitution or granting the self the temporary absolute powers and freedom,but it is about a war against Islam.

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      cleaner3 4 years ago from Pueblo, Colorado

      James , the names of terrorists are just labels used by the "western media " to blind the american people and convince them that "military incursions" are justified ... which i disagree with completely. The liberal western media has not told the truth to the american people since Obama was elected so you do have a point there.

      But you say with digust that they are liars and then you use their words to justify your own opinions... Hmmm.. I feel bad for the Syrian people, but I feel as bad for the Iranian people who have to live under the rule of Religious autocrats who want only power .. such as the Muslim Brotherhood in Eygpt.. That area of the world has been in tribal religious feuds for many thousands of years ..you should agree with that point.. But I myself believe the U.S. should just let them fight it all out and stay out of their affairs . But the political class in our society feel that they must save the people and give them the democratic processes that we live under which does not work for their societies that follow strict religious doctrines.

      I want to thank you for this discussion and want you to understand that in no way do I condemn any religion or belief that you or these societies believe in, but only the people who use this religion to further their own power grab.

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      Tijani Achamlal 4 years ago from Morocco

      Well,First of all I don t believe in something called AlQaada .Secondly,Russia has succeeded to convince the west media that the United States is supporting terrorists and worsening the crisis in Syria.In my opinion,the term terrorism is vague and tricky .It should be redefined.The Syrian revolutionaries are portrayed as terrorists because they have long beards and when they shoot ,they say Allah Akbar( God is Great ).or let us say it in an other word:The western powers are interested much more in the size of the revolutionaries beards than saving Syrian babies from the thug regime . Today ,I heard in THE NEWS that USA has decided to help and trained only the secularists and others are excluded because they are Muslims.It is a noble act but in the other hand an act of Islamophobia

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      cleaner3 4 years ago from Pueblo, Colorado

      James, i applaud you for taking on these controversial topics . to truly say who is the bad guy and who are the good guys is just adding to the confusion of the whole situation in that area. We know for sure that the innocent people of Syria are being killed by the thousands and that is wrong, Like one qoute from our dastardly leader " if we don't do nothing then we are criticised and if we do send in troops we are hated " .

      So it is easy to say from afar that you are the one who knows what to do, it is harder when you are the one who has to deal with your family being killed by a madman who refuses to give up power.. but this has been going on for thousands of years now in many countries before.