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ISIS Atrocities in Iraq Represent the Catastrophic Failure of Bush Doctrine and Neoconservative Foreign Policy

"Yeah, let's bomb Iran now!" Considering the "Colossal Mess" Bush left and the amazing job President Obama has done putting this country back in order... Enough with the lies!! It took Bush/Cheney 8 years to bring this country to its knees and all but destroy it, and Republicans want to start another war and send middle class and poor men and women to fight their battles! Rotten Republicans!!

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CAIR leaders should not surprise you. They are Muslim Supremists. News Flash -> In a secular republic NO ONE is above the law. In the Republic of America, NO RELIGION is to be afforded leverage against the law of the land. In this country, religion is prohibited from placing itself above the law!! OORAH BABY! ~ RADICAL Rational American's Defending Individual Choice And Liberty

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from Feminist Apparel

Girls Just Wanna Have Fundamental Human Rights -- Women's T-Shirt

Have you seen our new "feminist creatives" designs? Check them out! #feminism #fashion

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This Map Explains the Saudi-Iran Proxy War

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Clinton Foundation Received Millions from Saudis, Qatar, Iran . In addition, a senior Muslim Brotherhood operative recently arrested in Egypt worked for years at the Clinton Foundation. In photo, longtime aide Huma Abedin is also linked to Muslim Brotherhood.

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Separation of church and state-of course if they actually read anything they, especially the book their religion is based on, they would most likely no longer be religious

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From my 'Mesopotamia and the Ancient Near East' board: Art from the ancient sity of Susa. Iran.

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Scary. We can add Saudi Arabia to that list. Or Pakistan's and Afghanistan's Taliban, where they kill little girls for wanting to get an education. All three (or more) of these countries ought to go under the general name of "Berserkistan."

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Country Name Literacy (%) Year of Estimate Israel 97 2004 Qatar 96 2010 Bahrain 95 2010 Kuwait 93 2005 Jordan 93 2010 Lebanon 87 2003 Saudi Arabia 87 2010 Oman 81 2003 Syria 80 2004 Iraq 78 2010 United Arab Emirates 78 2003 Yemen 64 2010

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British Museum Engaged in a delicate balance of powers with the Roman Empire was the Parthian Empire, which stretched from what is now Saudi Arabia through Iraq and Iran, all the way to India. The conical hat with the characteristic knob on top was often used in sculpture to identify Parthian soldiers.

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