IS AMERICAN SAFER NOW???AN ARABIC OPINION

hi all
sorry for being late but i had exams all week

i thank all who particpated in this argument

when i wrote this thread i didnt understand if you approvd the war or not

now i understand not only the american people opinion but it sheds light on the way you think too
really the middle east is very different culture and way of thinking

and the only way you and us can meet is by understanding each other

i will write a thread about the egyptians life and things you would never know about egypt soon i hope you like it
thnx again


really hoping for the world's piece and iraqians and americans safety
Originally Posted by MOAMANA
I do not think you can get an American opinion from a three Americans (I am excluding my dear Canadian curly, the moderator (and co-founder ) since she did not give an opinion and my opinion since I am half Brasilian and sort of have an “outsider looking in” view).

There are many Americans who support the war (I am not one of them), there are many Americans who do not support the war, and many who care about the lives of the American and British troops (I care about them as well as the innocent Iraqis who die because of this senseless invasion).

Since this is not one of the main boards you are not going to get as many posts and the varied American views. Using posters who wrote ad hominem fallacies is not a good way to formulate an opinion about the entire American culture and its view on the war. Everyone I know does not support the war however many of them support the troops fighting there and are mad that their loved one has to participate in this senseless invasion (most people I know are well traveled and have experienced different cultures while growing up). And BTW, the war is not only about keeping the United States safe.



Look forward to the Egyptian thread. I have a few Egyptian and many Arab, Persian, and Kurdish friends and they love to share their culture with me as I love to share my Brasilian and American culture with them .

And remember tolerance, empathy, and understanding is needed from all parties involved.

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i said the truth that they occupy my land with no reason except that their governments wants to steal the iraqian oils...that what i am discussing![/size]
Originally Posted by MOAMANA
Well, here is one difference in Americans or Westerners and Middle Easterners. To us, Egypt is Egypt, and Iraq is Iraq. If the U.S. is occupying Iraq (something debatable now, since the Iraqi government, whether you agree with it or not, is in control of asking the U.S. to leave), it is not occupying your land. To an American, Egypt and Iraq are two different countries. So does your refering to the occupation of "my land" referring to Iraq mean that Middle Easterners consider any predominately Islamic country to be his/her own?
sorry i ve seen this too late
but this is the way a moslim think
any islamic country is his home and his country
any moslem is your brother
whatever his nationality
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sorry i ve seen this too late
but this is the way a moslim think
any islamic country is his home and his country
any moslem is your brother
whatever his nationality
Originally Posted by MOAMANA

In theory YES, but in practice not neccessarily. From what I know personally about some of the muslims that went to my college, there were divisions and dislikes within the different denominations (not sure what the correct word is). Some of the more conservative muslims didn't get along w/the extremists, and black muslims didn't get along with another sect/denomination. They didn't act very brotherly from what I saw and heard.
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sorry i ve seen this too late
but this is the way a moslim think
any islamic country is his home and his country
any moslem is your brother
whatever his nationality
Originally Posted by MOAMANA

In theory YES, but in practice not neccessarily. From what I know personally about some of the muslims that went to my college, there were divisions and dislikes within the different denominations (not sure what the correct word is). Some of the more conservative muslims didn't get along w/the extremists, and black muslims didn't get along with another sect/denomination. They didn't act very brotherly from what I saw and heard.
Originally Posted by Morena
yup. kinda like presbyterians, baptists, catholics, and other denominations of christianity. there wouldn't be other denominations if all people of one religious group were on one accord.

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