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Air Jordan Retro 7 However, state attempts to co opt religious

in News & Ankündigungen 07.04.2016 04:20
von lee123 • 40 Beiträge | 64 Punkte

<p>Air Jordan 13 Retro However, state attempts to co opt religious leaders have often been met with fierce resistance. For example, while in prison Sayyid Qutb, a member of the banned Muslim Brotherhood and the best known jihadi ideologue, argued it was a religious imperative to overthrow leaders who had abandoned Islam. Similarly, in Saudi Arabia popular clerics strongly protested their government's decision to support military actions against former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein during the Persian Gulf War (1990 1991) and to allow foreign troops on its soil.. </p><p>Air Jordan Retro 11
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Corporal Raed Faraj Alkhawaldeh, a national of Jordan, served with the Jordanian Armed Forces and was deployed to the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) in January 2009.Raed was from Marsa'a in Jordan and attended school in nearby Jarash.According to his father, Raed had spoken "about the possibility of dying in the line of duty.""Raed told me once that the peaceful life we're living in Jordan, like many other countries, would never have been possible without the sacrifices of those willing to guard the peace," he said.He added that his son "believed in what he did and was always ready to serve for the sake of peace."A ceremony was held on 19 January in Amman at Queen Alia International Airport to receive the bodies of Raed and his fallen colleagues. It was attended by His Majesty King Abdullah, the Supreme Commander of the Jordanian Armed Forces, Her Majesty Queen Rania, His Royal Highness Prince Feisal, senior officers, government officials and families of the fallen officers.King Abdullah praised his officers, saying that they performed their duties and represented their country honourably. Queen Rania called it "a sombre day" and said the peacekeepers were "courageous.".</p>

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