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    Cyber terrorism? or nanny state?

    I will just post the link and let you decide

    http://www.financialexpress.com/news...othing/657028/

    RIM are creditable here IMO

    I can only quote what I saw on the back of a USAMC guy's t-shirt:

    "Nuke their ass and take their gas"

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    The question then becomes what would some Hajji be doing with a blackberry to begin with. They'd probably build an alter around it... or rub it with a piece of flint in attempt to make fire.

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    yep those services are panned here at Saudi Arabia and United Emarate

    because the data is being transferred using a highly encryption algorithms
    and the indirect connections between peers through a foreign mediator which make it difficult to track the users...

    but hay wake up...

    the US have the strongest army the biggest intelligence agency
    and they are still carrying out torture against people even if they aren't condemned
    in side the us and outside in third world countries

    and that isn't what i think that is the senator Ron Paul opinion
    you can watch him here
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68iKXzOKlOY&feature=player_embedded

    by the way i'm Egyptian
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    Waterboarding isn't as stylish as stoning a woman to death but...

    You have to understand that the middle east has been at war with the entire world for over a thousand years. There is no way your country can possibly provide reparation for the trouble they've caused, not just to Europe and the U.S. but the entire world.

    When the middle east tries to shift blame on other people and become secular from the rest of the world... the more people hate you.

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    Waterboarding isn't as stylish as stoning a woman to death
    I understand what you mean
    according to the Islamic religion the punishment of fornication is stoning to death for both Man and Woman not just Woman ,but fornication is not just a sin it's a damnation ,a reason of doom.

    You have to understand that the middle east has been at war with the entire world for over a thousand of years.
    no really that isn't true ...
    we are keeping good relation with Latin America,India,China,Russia,Japan ...Egypt fought with the US and the NATO at Gulf War and we were the first army to Enter the city of Kuwait.


    There is no way your country can possibly provide reparation for the trouble they've caused
    you mean like inventing Algebra,alcohol,Sextant http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sextant_%28astronomical%29

    When the middle east tries to shift blame on other people and become secular from the rest of the world... the more people hate you.
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    What about the Pyramids...................we still don't know how they were built in the timescale?........................They certainly didn't use "Microsoft Project"

    @ The-Spec

    Chill it with the racial and religious prejudice...........you have been around way long enough to know that we don't allow it here.

    @ mostafaxx

    Please correct me if I am wrong, but I thought that you needed four material witnesses to the act to strictly comply with Islamic law?

    And it isn't only ISLAM................. Jesus (PBUH) said "let he who is without sin cast the first stone", so it must be a Jewish thing originally???

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    Oh I do love Cairo - But Jesus Christ you MoFo's can't drive worth a damn!

    And ya know, if the Egyptians had not counted on Kuwait to defend their rear flank...

    ...One little mistake re: June 7, 1967
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    I haven't visited Cairo for 40 years..............rules used to be "drive in the middle, largest and fastest win"


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    Nope, I don't think that's right ^

    I believe it's the French right of way rules

    "He who values his car the most 'la yields'" And If it is paved or flat with no crops, you can drive on it.
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    I believe it's the French right of way rules
    Strange, I always thought that the French drove on the LEFT.



    Try India mate!................wouldn't do it with anything under 62 tons and steered by it's tracks

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