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US anti-terror policy 'creates hundreds of new enemies'

08.05.2013 14:02

The new US tool for fighting terrorists, the drones, creates more enemies than killing ‘bad guys’, Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies at the American University in Washington, D.C., Akbar Ahmed, told RT.

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Anonymous user 30.07.2013 00:16

The "Boston bombing" look like home made Terrorism drill, soon drones drill in American citizens

Anonymous user 19.05.2013 16:07

Many US'ians are not in love with drones and killing innocent people as Cocaine Import Agency does

Anonymous user 13.05.2013 16:41

Tribalism important Eurpoean society moved past tribalism can't defeat terror with terror UK-Ireland

Anonymous user 12.05.2013 07:43

Team america, world police. Twats.

Anonymous user 12.05.2013 07:41

Jim, keep pointing at brown people from the east while brown people from the south take land back.


Jim Dandy 10.05.2013 18:03

This is an absurd conversation. How can Islamists talk about 'creating enemies'???? The blood on Islamist hands from all over the world is overwhelming! Not only that, Islamists all across the Middle East & the Balkans were aided & abetted by NATO in Iraq, Libya, Egypt,Yugoslavia, Chechnya, Azerbaijan, Kosovo...etc...NATO has bent over backwards to 'deal' with Islamists but has gotten burned in direct terrorist attacks in the U.S....Really...I don't know what Islamists expect.

Anonymous user 10.05.2013 08:34

Wait, by funding al-queda and the FSA doesn't that make the US pro-terror? The CIA controlls them.

Anonymous user 10.05.2013 08:33

Wait, by funding al-queda and the FSA doesn't that make the US pro-terror? They are directing them.

Anonymous user 10.05.2013 07:23

US terror policies make even more enemies.

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