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Obama and his Islamists Friends
« on: August 06, 2014, 07:08:29 PM »

Obama and his Islamists Friends

By David Whitley   / 4 August 2014   / 157 Comments   
Obama Breaks Bread With Islamists

As the "religion of peace" continues to torment the world with its violence -- even during its holy month of Ramadan -- the President and his administration turn a blind eye to the voiceless victims across the globe suffering under the boot of the shared faith of those with which he communes.

The world is filled with conflict, war and division, but what is amazing is the vast majority of the carnage has a very familiar face. A full 70% of the world’s conflicts and wars involve Muslims and Muslim states.  Many Muslims will cry foul. "Islamophobe!" they will shout with venom. They will angrily beat their chests and claim to be the victims, only responding to aggression and oppression towards them. However, a quick search of the world’s news headlines will show that is simply not true -- it's a bald face lie. The lie has been repeated for 1400 years since Muhammad began the slaughter of his neighbors to advance his godless ambitions, which were universally rejected by all others.

Why, then, would President Obama set aside the time to conduct an Iftar dinner for it's adherents, brothers and sisters and apologists, and claim that they share the same faith traditions and values as other Americans?

This is simply not true. Let's be clear. President Obama should have had a White House conference filled with American Muslims, filled with card carrying members of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), but it shouldn't have been a dinner to perpetuate the lie that Islam or Muslims had any part in the founding of this nation, or in any way a had a hand in "building the very fabric of our nation."

islamIslam was, in fact, partially responsible for the creation of our U.S. Navy and Marine Corp; especially instrumental were they in the Marine Corp hymn "From the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli…" It was in Tripoli that the Muslims signed the treaty of their defeat.  Our first three presidents fought the Muslim Barbary pirates of north Africa, with their newly created Navy, ending a policy whereby we previously had paid 20% of our federal budget in tribute (or ransom) to the Muslim kidnappers of merchant ships in order to buy their safety.

According to the New York Times, since 2003, European nations have paid over $125 million in ransom to Muslim terror groups just to get vacationing tourists back home alive. It continues today, yet to talk about in polite company seems to be taboo, like showing off pictures of aborted fetuses to the pro choice crowd. Most people, it seems, just can't handle the truth. It's easier, I guess, to ignore it -- turn a blind eye -- than to do anything about it.

If Muslims or Islam had any influence on early America it was through the African-American slave.  African slaves came to America as forced converts to Islam, having been conquered, kidnapped and enslaved after having their villages and families were slaughtered by Islamic jihadists.  Islam was then, and is now, fueled by the treasure they steal upon conquest and the slaves they are able to sell after the slaughter. For every slave taken, ten others were murdered.  This was the economy of the desert nations long before black gold was pumped to the surface. That is the long and short of the Muslim influence in America. Anything else is simply made up to pollute the minds of school children and the gullible.

As President Obama was breaking bread and giving eloquent niceties to those who share the faith of the world's most deadly regimes, Christians and Jews were being persecuted, kidnapped, enslaved, sold, raped and murdered. The demolishing of 1800 year old churches and historical sites, and nary a word.  In Israel, school children are hiding under desks while the Hamas denomination of the religion of peace lobs rockets from their Gaza elementary school yards and UN protected safe zones. Only pure evil sends rockets into playgrounds, housing tracks and busy streets of terrified children.

Reuters recently reported from northern Iraq that insurgent Islamists known as ISIS were giving the Christians (who had been there since before Islam was founded by Muhammad) an ultimatum: convert, pay the jizya tax, or die.  Now this sounds like simple mob threats and totalitarian demands that are abhorrent to any decent American, but one must understand they are not living by western standards; this is commanded of them in their holy texts. Qur'an 9:29 "Fight Those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the Religion of Truth, from among the People of the Book, until they pay Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued."

islam2When will the Ivory Tower public relation Hamas backing American Muslims stop calling other Americans Islamophobes and start calling evil, evil. When will the so-called American Muslims stand arm in arm and say no more terror against innocent people -- and condemn each jihadist organization by name -- and have demonstrations supporting Coptics in Iraq and for the state of Israel's right to exist?

At the Iftar dinner President Obama said;

"Tonight, we honor the traditions of one of the world’s great faiths.  For Muslims, Ramadan is a time to reflect and to remember that discipline and devotion is the essence of a life of faith.  And for all of us, whatever our faiths, Ramadan is a reminder of just how much we share.  The values of peace and charity, the importance of family and community -- these are universal values."

How universal are they?  They are very universal; the only problem is Islam is perhaps the only one that doesn't share these ideals with the rest of the civilized world. Qur'an 48:29 says, "Mohammed is God's apostle.  Those who follow him are harsh to the unbelievers but merciful to one another."  The Qur'an also says that Allah hates the non-Muslim: Qur'an 40:35 “They (Kafirs or non-Muslims) who dispute the signs (verses of Qur'an) of Allah without authority have reached them are greatly hated by Allah and the believers....” and finally, Qur'an 3:28 “Muslims must not take the infidels (non-Muslims) as friends.”

So if they can't take non-Muslims as friends, and they must hate non-Muslims as Allah hates non-Muslims, and they must have no mercy for the non-Muslim, it begins to paint a very clear portrait of who Muslims are supposed to be and how they are to treat the non-Muslims.  Take a look at the world around you and it appears they are doing a pretty good job of following their directives.

muslim-brotherhood-1Obama went on:

"The command to love one another, to uphold justice, and to care for the least among us -- these are common threads in our faith traditions."

Yet in Qur'an 5:33 it says, "The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His messenger and strive to make mischief in the land is only this, that they should be murdered or crucified or their hands and their feet should be cut off on opposite sides..."

Obama continued:

"Tonight we reaffirm a simple truth.  Fundamental to the character of our country is our freedom of religion -- the right to practice our faith as we choose, to change our faith if we choose, or to practice no faith at all and to do all this free from fear. All of us are deserving of an equal opportunity to thrive -- no matter who we are, what we look like, what we believe, or how we pray."

Yet the Islamic holy book says in Qur'an 8:12, "Remember thy Lord inspired the angels (with the message): "I am with you: give firmness to the Believers: I will instill terror into the hearts of the Unbelievers: smite ye above their necks and smite all their fingertips off them."


With that rosy view of shared values in mind, Obama summed up by saying;

"In Islam, there is a hadith that says God helps the servant as long as the servant helps his brother.  In other words, we’re summoned to serve and lift up one another, and that’s the lesson of several of our guests here tonight."

Since 9-11 where America lost 3,000 mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, husbands and wives, sons and daughters, the world has experienced 22,000 new acts of terror, nearly 5 per day, with another 3,000 perishing every two weeks.  Every two weeks, the equivalent of the Twin Towers falls somewhere and another 3,000 precious lives are taken from us; yet we don't weep, and we dare to allow this campaign for world domination be referred to as peaceful, even when its own book tells us otherwise. Qur'an 47:4 “Do not hanker for peace with the infidels; behead them when you catch them.”

America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves. Abraham Lincoln

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Re: Obama and his Islamists Friends
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2014, 07:27:38 PM »
Islam is evil today, don't get me wrong. But the idea they are awful, and western civilization is somehow wonderful is not borne out by history.

Check this list:

circa 1104–900 BC Dorian invasion
circa 753–351 BC Roman-Etruscan Wars
circa 753–494 BC Roman-Sabine wars
743–724 BC First Messenian War
710–650 BC Lelantine War
circa 700–601 BC Alban war with Rome
685–668 BC Second Messenian War
669–668 BC Sparta-Argos war
600–265 BC Greek–Punic Wars
595–585 BC First Sacred War
560 BC Second Arcadian War
540 BC Battle of Alalia
538–522 BC Polycrates wars
509–396 BC Early Italian campaigns
500–499 BC Persian invasion of Naxos
492–490 BC First Persian War
482–479 BC Second Persian War
480–307 BC Sicilian Wars
460–445 BC First Peloponnesian War
449–448 BC Second Sacred War
440–439 BC Samian War
431–404 BC Second Peloponnesian War
395–387 BC Corinthian War
390–387 BC Celtic invasion of Italia
335 BC Alexander's Balkan campaign
323–322 BC Lamian War
280–275 BC Pyrrhic War
267–261 BC Chremonidean War
264–241 BC First Punic War
229–228 BC Illyrian Wars
220–219 BC Illyrian Wars
218–201 BC Second Punic War
214–205 BC First Macedonian War
200–197 BC Second Macedonian War
191–189 BC Aetolian War
171–168 BC Third Macedonian War
135–132 BC First Servile War
113–101 BC Cimbrian War
113 BC – AD 439 Germanic Wars
104–100 BC Second Servile War
91–88 BC Social War
88–87 BC Sulla's first civil war
85 BC Colchis Uprising against Pontus
83–72 BC Sertorian War
82–81 BC Sulla's second civil war
78 BC Marcus Aemilius Lepidus
73–71 BC Third Servile War
65–63 BC Caucasian Iberian-Roman war
63–62 BC Catiline Conspiracy
55–54 BC Caesar's invasions of Britain
58–51 BC Gallic Wars
49–45 BC Caesar's Civil War
44–36 BC Sicilian revolt
43 BC Battle of Mutina
43–42 BC Liberators' civil war
41–40 BC Perusine War
32–30 BC Antony's civil war

1st–10th century AD[edit]
Battle of the Hellespont, 32435-41 Iberian-Parthian war
49–96 Roman conquest of Britain
51 Iberian-Armenian war
69 Year of the Four Emperors
193 Year of the Five Emperors
208–210 Severan invasion of Caledonia
238 Year of the Six Emperors
271–278 Colchis-Roman War
284–285 Roman civil war
306–324 Civil Wars of the Tetrarchy
350–351 Roman civil war
360–361 Roman civil war
367–368 Great Conspiracy
376–382 Gothic War
387–388 Roman civil war
394 Roman civil war of 394 AD
482–484 Iberian-Persian War
526–532 Iberian War
535–554 Gothic War
541–562 Lazic War
582–602 Maurice's Balkan campaigns
c. 600–793 Frisian-Frankish Wars
650–799 Khazar–Arab Wars
680–1355 Byzantine–Bulgarian Wars
711–718 Umayyad conquest of Hispania
715–718 Frankish Civil War (715–718)
722–1492 Reconquista
735–737 Georgian-Umayyad Caliphate War
772–804 Saxon Wars
c. 800/862–973 Hungarian invasions of Europe
830s Paphlagonian expedition of the Rus'
839–1330 Bulgarian–Serbian Wars
854–1000 Croatian–Bulgarian Wars
860 Rus'–Byzantine War
865–878 Invasion of the Great Heathen Army
907 Rus'–Byzantine War
914 Arab-Georgian War
939 Battle of Andernach
941 Rus'–Byzantine War
955 Battle of Recknitz
970–971 Sviatoslav's invasion of Bulgaria
982 Battle of Stilo
983 Great Slav Rising
c. 997–1445 Swedish–Novgorodian Wars

11th century[edit]

Battle of Gvozd Mountain, 10971002–1018 German-Polish War
1014–1208 Byzantine–Georgian wars
1015–1016 Pisan–Genoese expeditions to Sardinia
1015–1016 Cnut's invasion of England
1018 Battle of Vlaardingen
1024 Battle of Listven
1024 Rus'–Byzantine War
1043 Rus'–Byzantine War
1044 Battle of Ménfő
1050–1185 Byzantine–Norman wars
1057 Battle of Petroe
1060 Battle of the Theben Pass
1066–1088 Norman conquest of England
1067–1194 Norman invasion of Wales
1067 Battle on the Nemiga River
1068 Battle of the Alta River
1073–1075 Saxon Rebellion
1075 Revolt of the Earls
1077–1088 Great Saxon Revolt
1078 Battle of Kalavrye
1088 Rebellion of 1088
1093 Battle of Schmilau
1093 Battle of the Stugna River
1097 Battle of Gvozd Mountain
1099-1204 Georgian-Seljuk wars

12th century[edit]

1115 Battle of Welfesholz
1121 Battle of Didgori
1126 Battle of Chlumec
1130–1240 Civil war era in Norway
1135–54 The Anarchy
1142–1445 Swedish–Novgorodian Wars
1144–1162 Baussenque Wars
1159–1345 Wars of the Guelphs and Ghibellines
1164 Battle of Verchen
1169–1175 Norman invasion of Ireland
1173–1174 Revolt of 1173–1174
1185–1204 Uprising of Asen and Peter
1198 Battle of Gisors

13th century[edit]

1202 Siege of Zadar
1202–1214 Anglo–French War
1205 Battle of Zawichost
1208–1227 Conquest of Estonia
1209–1229 Albigensian Crusade
1211 Welsh uprising of 1211
1215–1217 First Barons' War
1216–1222 War of Succession of Champagne
1220–1264 The Age of the Sturlungs
1223–1241 Mongol invasion of Europe
1223–1480 Tatar raids in Russia
1224 Siege of La Rochelle
1227 Battle of Bornhöved
1231–1233 Friso-Drentic War
1234–1238 Georgian-Molgol War
1239–1245 Teltow War
1242 Saintonge War
1256–1258 War of the Euboeote Succession
1256–1381 Venetian–Genoese Wars
1256–1422 Friso-Hollandic Wars
1260 Battle of Kressenbrunn
1262–1266 Scottish–Norwegian War
1264–1267 Second Barons' War
1265 Battle of Isaszeg
1276 War of Navarra
1277–1280 Uprising of Ivaylo
1278 Battle on the Marchfeld
1282–1302 War of the Sicilian Vespers
1283–1289 War of the Limburg Succession
1288–1295 War of the outlaws
1296–1357 Wars of Scottish Independence
1297-1305 Franco-Flemish War
1298 Battle of Göllheim

14th century[edit]

Battle of Nájera, 13671302 Battle of the Golden Spurs
1307 Battle of Lucka
1311–1312 Rebellion of wójt Albert
1312 Battle of Rozgony
1321–1322 Despenser War
1321–1328 Byzantine civil war of 1321–1328
1322 Battle of Bliska
1323–1328 Peasant revolt in Flanders
1324 War of Saint-Sardos
1326–1332 Polish–Teutonic War
1333–1338 Burke Civil War
1337–1453 Hundred Years' War
1340–1392 Galicia–Volhynia Wars
1340–1396 Bulgarian–Ottoman Wars
1341–1347 Byzantine civil war of 1341–1347
1342–1350 Zealot's Rebellion
1343–1345 St. George's Night Uprising
1347–1352 Neapolitan campaigns of Louis the Great
1350–1498 Wars of the Vetkopers and Schieringers
1356–1358 Jacquerie
1356–1375 War of the Two Peters
1362 Battle of Helsingborg
1362–1457 War of the Bands
1366–1369 Castilian Civil War
1366–1526 Ottoman–Hungarian Wars
1369–1370 First Ferdinand War
1371–1913 Serbian–Ottoman wars
1371 Battle of Baesweiler
1371–1379 War of the Succession of Guelders
1371–1381 War of Chioggia
1372–1373 Second Ferdinand War
1373–1379 Byzantine civil war of 1373–1379
1375 Gugler War
1375–1378 War of the Eight Saints
1381 Peasants' Revolt
1381–1382 Third Ferdinand War
1381–1384 Lithuanian Civil War
1382 Harelle and Maillotins Revolt
1381–1404 Second Georgian-Mongol War
1389 Battle of Kosovo
1389–1392 Lithuanian Civil War
1395 Battle of Nicopolis

15th century[edit]

1401–1429 Appenzell Wars
1407–1468 Georgian-Turkoman War
1409–1411 Polish–Lithuanian–Teutonic War
1410–1435 War of Slesvig
1414 Hunger War
1419–1434 Hussite Wars
1422 Gollub War
1422 Battle of Arbedo
1425–1454 Wars in Lombardy
1431–1435 Polish–Teutonic War
1434–1436 Engelbrekt rebellion
1437 Budai Nagy Antal Revolt
1438–1556 Russo-Kazan Wars
1440–1446 Old Zürich War
1441 Battle of Samobor
1443–1444 Long campaign
1445 First Battle of Olmedo
1447–1448 Albanian–Venetian War
1449–1450 First Margrave War
1449 Battle of Castione
1449–1453 Revolt of Ghent
1450 Cade's Rebellion
1451–1455 Navarrese Civil War
1453–1454 Morea revolt
1454–1466 Thirteen Years' War
1455–1485 Wars of the Roses
1462–1485 Rebellion of the Remences
1462–1472 Catalonian Civil War
1463–1479 Ottoman–Venetian War
1465 Battle of Montlhéry
1465–1468 Liège Wars
1466–1469 Irmandiño Wars
1467 Second Battle of Olmedo
1467–1479 War of the Priests
1468 Waldshut War
1468–1478 Bohemian War
1470–1471 Dano-Swedish War
1470–1474 Anglo-Hanseatic War
1475–1479 War of the Castilian Succession
1477–1488 Austrian-Hungarian War (1477–1488)
1478 Carinthian peasant revolt
1478 Battle of Giornico
1479 Battle of Guinegate
1482–1484 War of Ferrara
1484 Battle of Lochmaben Fair
1485–1488 Mad War
1487 Battle of Crevola
1487 War of Rovereto
1488 Battle of Sauchieburn
1492–1583 Muscovite–Lithuanian Wars
1493 Battle of Krbava Field
1493–1593 Hundred Years' Croatian–Ottoman War
1494–1498 Italian War of 1494–1498
1495–1497 Russo-Swedish War
1497 Cornish Rebellion of 1497
1497 Battle of Rotebro
1499 Swabian War
1499–1504 Italian War of 1499–1504

16th century[edit]

Battle of Sisak, 1593c. 1500–1854 Lekianoba
1502–1543 Guelderian Wars
1503–1505 Landshut War of Succession
1508–1516 War of the League of Cambrai
1509–1510 Polish–Moldavian War
1514 Poor Conrad's Rebellion
1514 Dózsa rebellion
1514–1517 Saxon feud
1515 Slovenian peasant revolt
1515–1523 Frisian peasant rebellion
1519–1521 Polish–Teutonic War
1520–1521 Revolt of the Comuneros
1521–1523 Revolt of the Brotherhoods
1521–1523 Swedish War of Liberation
1521–1718 Ottoman-Habsburg wars
1522–1523 Knights' Revolt
1522–1559 Habsburg-Valois Wars
1524–1525 German Peasants' War
1526 Revolt of Espadán
1529 First War of Kappel
1531 Second War of Kappel
1534 Silken Thomas Rebellion
1534–1535 Münster Rebellion
1534–1536 Count's Feud
1536–1537 Pilgrimage of Grace
1540 Salt War
1542–1543 Dacke War
1543–1550 War of the Rough Wooing
1546–1547 Schmalkaldic War
1549 Kett's Rebellion
1549 Prayer Book Rebellion
1550 Battle of Sauðafell
1552–1555 Second Margrave War
1554 Wyatt's rebellion
1554–1557 Russo-Swedish War
1558–1583 Livonian War
1560 Siege of Leith
1562–1598 French Wars of Religion
1563–1570 Northern Seven Years' War
1566 Siege of Szigetvar
1568–1570 Morisco Revolt
1568–1648 Eighty Years' War
1569–1570 Rising of the North
1569–1573 First Desmond Rebellion
1573 Croatian–Slovenian peasant revolt
1578 Georgian-Ottoman War
1579–1583 Second Desmond Rebellion
1580–1583 War of the Portuguese Succession
1583–1588 Cologne War
1585–1604 Anglo-Spanish War
1588–1654 Dutch-Portuguese War
1587–1588 War of the Polish Succession
1590–1595 Russo-Swedish War
1593 Battle of Sisak
1593–1606 Long War
1593–1617 Moldavian Magnate Wars
1594–1603 Nine Years' War (Ireland)
1595–1621 Magnate wars in Moldavia
1596–1597 Cudgel War
1598–1599 War against Sigismund

17th century[edit]

Action at La Hogue, 16921602 Savoyard escalade of Geneva
1605–1618 Polish–Muscovite War
1606–1607 Bolotnikov Rebellion
1606–1608 Zebrzydowski Rebellion
1610–1617 Ingrian War
1611–1613 Kalmar War
1615–1618 Uskok War
1618–1648 Thirty Years' War
1618–1639 Bündner Wirren
1620–1621 Polish–Ottoman War
1625 Zhmailo Uprising
1627–1629 Anglo–French War
1628–1631 War of the Mantuan Succession
1630 Fedorovych Uprising
1632–1634 Smolensk War
1637 Pawluk Uprising
1638 Ostrzanin Uprising
1639–1653 Wars of the Three Kingdoms
1640–1668 Portuguese Restoration War
1648–1657 Khmelnytsky Uprising
1651 Kostka-Napierski Uprising
1652–1674 Anglo-Dutch Wars
1653 Swiss peasant war of 1653
1654 First Bremian War
1654–1667 Russo–Polish War 1658–1659 Russo-Ukrainian War

1655–1660 Second Northern War
1656 War of Villmergen
1663–1664 Austro–Turkish War
1666 Second Bremian War
1666–1671 Polish–Cossack–Tatar War
1667–1668 War of Devolution
1670–1671 Razin's Rebellion
1672 First Kuruc Uprising
1672–1678 Franco-Dutch War
1672–1673 Second Genoese-Savoyard War
1675–1679 Scanian War
1679 Covenanter Rebellion
1683–1684 War of the Reunions
1683–1699 Great Turkish War
1685 Monmouth Rebellion
1688–1697 Nine Years' War
1689–1692 First Jacobite Rising

18th century[edit]

Battle of Fontenoy, 1745
Great Siege of Gibraltar, 1779–831700 Lithuanian Civil War
1700–1721 Great Northern War
1701–1713 War of the Spanish Succession
1703–1711 Rákóczi's War for Independence
1707–1708 Bulavin Rebellion
1712 Toggenburg war
1714–1718 Ottoman–Venetian War
1715–1716 Jacobite rising of 1715
1716–1718 Austro–Turkish War
1718–1720 War of the Quadruple Alliance
1722–1723 Russo–Persian War
1727–1729 Anglo–Spanish War
1733–1738 War of the Polish Succession
1735–1739 Russo–Turkish War
1737–1739 Austro-Turkish War
1740–1748 War of the Austrian Succession
1740–1763 Silesian Wars
1741–1743 Russo–Swedish War
1745–1746 Jacobite rising of 1745
1756–1763 Seven Years' War
1757 Georgian-Ottoman Battle
1763–1864 Russian–Circassian War
1768–1772 War of the Bar Confederation
1768–1774 Russo–Turkish War
1770 Georgian-Ottoman Battle
1770 Orlov Revolt
1774–1775 Pugachev's Rebellion
1775–1783 American Revolutionary War
1778–1779 War of the Bavarian Succession
1784 Kettle War
1784–1785 Revolt of Horea, Cloșca and Crișan
1785 Battle of Sunja
1787 Dutch Patriot Revolt
1787–1791 Austro–Turkish War
1787–1792 Russo–Turkish War
1790 Saxon Peasants' Revolt
1792 Polish–Russian War of 1792
1792–1802 French Revolutionary Wars
1794 Kościuszko Uprising
1795 Battle of Krtsanisi
1798 Irish Rebellion of 1798
1798 Peasants' War

19th century[edit]

Battle of Marengo, 1800
The Sea Battle of Lissa by Carl Frederik Sørensen, 18681803 Irish Rebellion of 1803
1803 Souliote War
1803–1815 Napoleonic Wars
1804–1813 First Serbian Uprising
1804–1813 Russo–Persian War
1809 Polish-Austrian War
1815–1817 Second Serbian Uprising
1817–1864 Russian conquest of the Caucasus
1821–1832 Greek War of Independence
1821 Wallachian uprising of 1821
1823 French invasion of Spain
1826–1828 Russo–Persian War
1827 War of the Malcontents
1828–1829 Russo-Turkish War
1828–1834 Liberal Wars
1830 Ten Days Campaign (following the Belgian Revolt)
1830–1831 November Uprising
1831 Canut revolts
1831–1832 Great Bosnian uprising
1831–1836 Tithe War
1832 War in the Vendée and Chouannerie of 1832
1832 June Rebellion
1833–1839 First Carlist War
1833–1839 Albanian Revolts of 1833–1839
1843–1844 Albanian Revolt of 1843–1844
1846 Galician slaughter
1846–1849 Second Carlist War
1847 Albanian Revolt of 1847
1847 Sonderbund War
1848–1849 Hungarian Revolution and War of Independence
1848–1851 First Schleswig War
1848–1866 Wars of Italian Independence 1848–1849 First Italian Independence War
1859 Second Italian War of Independence
1866 Third Italian War of Independence

1853–1856 Crimean War
1854 Epirus Revolt of 1854
1858 Mahtra War
1861–62 Montenegrin–Ottoman War (1861–62)
1863–1864 January Uprising
1864 Second Schleswig War
1866 Austro-Prussian War
1866–1869 Cretan Revolt
1867 Fenian Rising
1870–1871 Franco-Prussian War
1872–1876 Third Carlist War
1873–1874 Cantonal Revolution
1875–77 Herzegovina Uprising (1875–77)
1876–78 Serbo-Turkish War (1876–78)
1876–78 Montenegrin-Ottoman War (1876-1878)
1877–1878 Russo–Turkish War
1878 Epirus Revolt of 1878
1885 Serbo-Bulgarian War
1897 Greco–Turkish War

20th century[edit]

The Russian Army's Vostok Battalion in South Ossetia1903 Ilinden Uprising
1904–1908 Macedonian Struggle
1905 Łódź insurrection
1907 1907 Romanian Peasants' Revolt
1910 Albanian Revolt of 1910
1911–1912 Italo-Turkish War
1912–1913 Balkan Wars 1912–1913 First Balkan War
1913 Second Balkan War

1914 Peasant Revolt in Albania
1914–1918 World War I
1916 Easter Rising
1917–1921 Russian Civil War
1917–1921 Ukrainian–Soviet War
1918 Georgian–Armenian War
1918 Georgian-Turkish War
1918 Finnish Civil War
1918 Polish-Czech war for Teschen Silesia
1918–1919 Georgian-Russian conflict over Sochi
1918–1919 Polish-Ukrainian War
1918–1919 Greater Poland Uprising
1918–1920 Estonian Liberation War
1918–1920 Latvian War of Independence
1919 Hungarian–Romanian War of 1919
1919 Christmas Uprising
1919–1922 Greco–Turkish War
1919–1923 Turkish War of Independence
1919–1920 Czechoslovakia-Hungary War
1919–1921 Silesian Uprisings
1919–1921 Polish-Soviet War
1919–1922 Irish War of Independence
1920 Polish–Lithuanian War
1920 Vlora War
1921 Georgian-Russian War
1921 Uprising in West Hungary
1922–1923 Irish Civil War
1924 Georgian Uprising against Soviet Union
1934 Asturian miners' strike of 1934
1934 Austrian Civil War
1936–1939 Spanish Civil War
1939 Slovak-Hungarian War
1939 Occupation of Zakarpattia Oblast by Hungary
1939–1940 Winter War (Soviet invasion of Finland)
1939–1945 World War II 1939 Soviet invasion of Poland
1939–1940 Winter War
1940–1941 Greco-Italian War
1941–1945 Soviet-German war
1941–1944 Continuation War
1944 Slovak National Uprising

1944–1956 Guerilla war in the Baltic states
1945–1949 Greek Civil War
1953 Uprising in East Germany
1956 Uprising in Poznań
1956 Hungarian Revolution
1956–1962 Operation Harvest
1958 First Cod War
1959–2011 Basque Conflict
1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia
1968–1998 The Troubles
1970–1984 Unrest in Italy
1972–1973 Second Cod War
1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus
1975-1976 Third Cod War
1988–1994 Nagorno-Karabakh War
1989 Romanian Revolution
1991 Ten-Day War
1991–1992 Georgian war against Russo-Ossetian alliance
1991–1993 Georgian Civil War
1991–1995 Croatian War of Independence
1992 War of Transnistria
1992 Ossetian-Ingush conflict
1992–1993 First Georgian war against Russo-Abkhazian alliance
1992–1995 Bosnian War
1993 Cherbourg incident
1993 Russian constitutional crisis
1994–1996 First Chechen War
1997 Unrest in Albania
1998–1999 Kosovo War
1998–present Dissident Irish Republican campaign
1998 Second Georgian war against Russian-Abkhazian alliance
1999 Dagestan War
1999–2009 Second Chechen War
1999–2001 Insurgency in the Preševo Valley

21st century[edit]

2001 Insurgency in the Republic of Macedonia
2002—present Insurgency in the Maghreb
2002 Perejil Island crisis
2004-present Unrest in Kosovo 2004 unrest in Kosovo
2008 unrest in Kosovo
2011–present North Kosovo crisis

2004 Georgia, Adjara crisis
2006 Georgia, Kodori crisis
2007–present Civil war in Ingushetia
2008 Russia–Georgia war
2009–present Insurgency in the North Caucasus
2013-present Euromaidan and pro-Russian conflict in Ukraine 2014 Crimean crisis
2014-present Russian military intervention in Ukraine
2014-present Insurgency in Donbass
2014 Siege of Sloviansk


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