Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Utumno, Jun 14, 2014.
Is public youtube videos how US ambassadors now operate? what the fuck
Haven't read anything in this thread but did you post about that badass old man that was just killed?
They are taking the rest of the desert in Iraq now and securing the border entirely with Syria.
Headed against the Kurds also
Yeah the nerds on Reddit we're just saying he was like some old dude who had a sniper rifle and no training. Any truth to that pal?
Abu Tahsin al-Salhi (1953 – 29 September 2017) was an Iraqi veteran sniper. A volunteer in Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces, he is credited with killing over 350 ISIL members during the Iraqi Civil War, receiving the nicknames "The Sheikh of Snipers" and the "Hawk Eye".
Prior to Iraqi Civil War, al-Salhi participated in the Yom Kippur War, the Iran–Iraq War, the invasion of Kuwait, the Gulf War as well as the 2003 Invasion of Iraq. According to al-Salhi, in the Yom Kippur War he was part of an Iraqi brigade fighting on Golan Heights. Around May 2015 al-Salhi joined the Popular Mobilization Forces and became stationed in the Makhoul Mountains, northern Iraq, armed with a Steyrrifle.
According to the Popular Mobilization Forces spokesman, al-Salhi was killed as he advanced on Hawija in Iraq. His funeral took place on 30 September 2017.
The internet is filled with lies
Ashura (technically Arba'een which is after) finally has taken over the Indian festival as the largest gatherings of humans on earth with 20+ million people in Karbala at once since 2014.
What's the deal with the Hajj btw, it seems like it's the most famous/visible muslim pilgrimage (is it true that every muslim is required to go at least once in their life?) - but in numbers it's dwarfed by Arba'een. Is this because Saudi Arabia limits the #s? Or is it just too expensive/difficult to go to mecca? Or do the shias just say "lol mecca that's just some sunni bullshit"
Mecca is important, and Saudi's do limit it but the fact that it's in a weird edge of a desert in Saudi Arabia near Jeddah across from Sudan ehhhh.
Millions of Shia are already near Karbala, at least 100 million+ live within the local vicinity (geographically).
Here he comes Kurds, you made the Persians come to break you.
So who are we rooting for?
If you want to win, the same people I am.
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