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« on: June 02, 2014, 03:50:41 PM »
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« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2014, 05:58:55 PM »
Anybody that studied for 5 minutes, on September 12th 2001 would have learned about "al Taqqiyah" which is Islamic justification for deception and lying.

There is simply no excuse for our government not understanding this aspect of the religion/political philosophy.

I first experienced al Taqqiyah shortly after Americans were taken hostage in Tehran. A "friend" and coworker from Iran had been telling us for years he favored a western style democracy for his country, when the Shah was gone.

Our company had Americans, Canadians, Brits in Tehran and was very worried for their safety. Arrangements were made for their emergency removal, etc.  Our coworker spouted of his support for the hostage taking, and was nearly tarred and feathered, and run out to the parking lot.

He stayed, and is now a real estate broker in Palm Springs.



 

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« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2014, 06:36:17 PM »
Anybody that studied for 5 minutes, on September 12th 2001 would have learned about "al Taqqiyah" which is Islamic justification for deception and lying.

There is simply no excuse for our government not understanding this aspect of the religion/political philosophy.

I first experienced al Taqqiyah shortly after Americans were taken hostage in Tehran. A "friend" and coworker from Iran had been telling us for years he favored a western style democracy for his country, when the Shah was gone.

Our company had Americans, Canadians, Brits in Tehran and was very worried for their safety. Arrangements were made for their emergency removal, etc.  Our coworker spouted of his support for the hostage taking, and was nearly tarred and feathered, and run out to the parking lot.

He stayed, and is now a real estate broker in Palm Springs.

They understand it quite well and currently practice it with impunity, 24/7.

Won't be long now...


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