It’s ok to rape the women but, for the sake of “Allah”, please be nice to the lice …
The Sharia Authority in Aleppo has prohibited the killing of lice that appears in the Muslim beard, as some of the Muslim brothers who have released [grown] their beards in accordance with prophet Muhammad PBuH Sunnah [prophet’s doctrine], blessed lice has appeared in their beards, and that’s because of their lack of bathing due to the water non-availability all the time on the Jihad [holy war] fronts, and they have limited to ablution before their prayers (may [Allah] accept it), thus their beards became moist and thick, which made of it (in [Allah’s] will) a natural place for lice to live in.
The Sharia Authority in Aleppo recommends the Mujahideen [holy fighters]…
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By Gordon King
27 August 2013
The United States, Britain and the United Nations as well as other supporting countries are ready for first strike on Syria in retaliation for the alleged use of chemical weapons. Will it occur and if so how soon? Well I believe that it will, and very, very soon. Probably within the next week. One morning you will open up your newspaper or website news browser and see that we have indeed started bombing Syria.
What this means for the United States and the world is more violence, chaos, war and bible prophecy coming to pass. If you are not a believer in Jesus Christ or have fallen away from the faith, then I strongly, strongly urge you to please think about this wisely. We don’t have much time left. The world is an ugly place, but it is going to get much, much worse. …
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Syria: Russia warns military action would bring ‘catastrophic consequences’
Russia has warned that a Western a military intervention in Syria will have “catastrophic consequences” for the Middle East as divisions widen between Moscow and Washington.
Ahead of a meeting of the United Nations Security Council on Weds, the Russian foreign ministry has warned the United States and Britain against repeating the experience of Iraq.
“Attempts to bypass the security council, once again to create artificial groundless excuses for a military intervention in the region are fraught with new suffering in Syria and catastrophic consequences for other countries of the Middle East and North Africa,” a foreign ministry spokesman said.
“We are calling on our American partners and all members of the world community to demonstrate prudence…
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Tens of thousands of patients are dying needlessly in hospital every year from kidney failure linked to dehydration, NHS officials have revealed.
They calculate that up to 42,000 deaths a year would be avoided if staff ensured patients had enough to drink and carried out simple tests.
NICE, the NHS watchdog, is today issuing guidelines to staff to help them prevent deaths from the condition – known as acute kidney injury – which is common in the elderly and patients with heart disease, diabetes and blood infections.