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Hlídkující vojáci se stali atrakcí, thajská armáda je proti

Thajští vojáci hlídkující v Bangkoku jsou podle vedení armády příliš přátelští. Před pěti dny vojáci dostali rozkaz být nekonfliktní a zdvořilí. Nyní jejich velitelé vydali příkaz, že už nesmějí půjčovat turistům zbraně a fotografovat se s nimi.

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Flat Vamp A.V.T.

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..."Musíme zachovat vážnost převratu...". ;-D;-D;-DR^

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29.9.2006 10:23

ratatabum

Vojáci jako turistická atrakce města

to by mohl být inspirací i pro Topolánka a Langera v souvislosti s posledními  protiteroristickými opatřeními v Praze... :-P

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28.9.2006 18:47

Logic

A proc taky?

A proc by taky se nenechali fotit atp., vzdyt oni sami sou normalni lidi a nechtej po nikom strilet...je to jen hloupej rozkaz hloupy vlady, kterou kdyz neposlechnou, tak bude drzet tu zbran za chvily nekdo proti nim, tak co jim zbyva....aspon si to nejak zpestrit, vojaci maj bejt proto aby hlidali lidi a majetek, a ne aby jim nahaneli strach prece !!!

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28.9.2006 9:59

Pilat

Raising further questions about the cease-fire, a Pakistani political leader maintained Taliban leader Mullah Omar approved the deal. A government official denied that.

BAGHDAD, Iraq - American troops killed eight people — four of them women — after taking heavy fire during a raid Wednesday on a suspected terrorist's house northeast of Baghdad, the U.S. command said. But relatives of the dead disputed the U.S. account, saying their family had nothing to do with any terrorist group.

"This is an ugly criminal act by the U.S. soldiers against Iraqi citizens," Manal Jassim, who lost her parents and other relatives in the attack, told Associated Press Television News.

Iraq's major Sunni clerical organization, the Association of Muslim Scholars, condemned the raid as a "terrorist massacre."

na Teheran pani Mullerova !!!! RvRv

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28.9.2006 2:08

Johnnie Talker

Re: Raising further questions about the cease-fire, a Pakistani political leader maintained Taliban leader Mullah Omar approved the deal. A government official denied that.

Asi takhle, pokud nám tady arabáši s pomocí xindlů jako jsou kosovští albánci atp vyhodí něco do luftu tak jsem pro nahazet atomovky od teheranu po tiranu....:-)

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28.9.2006 2:11

Johnnie Talker

Re: Re: Raising further questions about the cease-fire, a Pakistani political leader maintained Taliban leader Mullah Omar approved the deal. A government official denied that.

nebo lepe od Tirany po Islamabad...

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28.9.2006 2:11

pepe999 from Manchester

Re: Re: Re: Raising further questions about the cease-fire, a Pakistani political leader maintained Taliban leader Mullah Omar approved the deal. A government official denied that.

Klidne to vem az do Japonska...;-DR^

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28.9.2006 2:24

Pilat

Afghan attacks way up since truce

A U.S. military official said Wednesday that American troops on Afganistan's eastern border have seen a threefold increase in attacks since a recent truce between Pakistani troops and pro-Taliban tribesmen that was supposed to have stopped cross-border raids by the militants. 8-o

A ja myslel ze uz brzy bude mir a prosperita. :-(

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28.9.2006 1:50

Pilat

Re: Afghan attacks way up since truce

The Taliban militants have regrouped and launched an offensive earlier this year whose strength and organization took Afghan and U.S. officials by surprise. They have adopted methods commonly used by militants in Iraq suicide bombings, ambushes and beheadings. Illegal opium production has risen yearly despite billions spent to suppress it, and Afghanistan is now the source of more than 90 percent of the world's supply.Musharraf wants Karzai to agree to "a verbal cease-fire" and stepped-up intelligence cooperation to fight terrorism and bring peace to both countries, Pakistan's Foreign Minister Khurshid Kasuri said Wednesday

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28.9.2006 1:59

Johnnie Talker

Re: Afghan attacks way up since truce

A proč sis takovou kravinu myslel ? Jsi dement ? :-)

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28.9.2006 2:00

Pilat

Re: Afghan attacks way up since truce

Musharraf faces little political opposition within Pakistan, but he lives under constant threat of assassination. Karzai is increasingly embattled, hard-pressed to extend his political control into many regions of Afghanistan and facing a loss of popular support.

Raising further questions about the cease-fire, a Pakistani political leader maintained Taliban leader Mullah Omar approved the deal. A government official denied that.

Karzai said Omar is "for sure" in Pakistan. Musharraf says he's in Afghanistan ;-D

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28.9.2006 2:01

Pilat

Re: Re: Afghan attacks way up since truce

v tom verejnem dome nevi hlava co dela pata, ale tu vojnu proti teroru urcite vyhrajeme ....;-D na Teheran pani Mullerova  !!!!! ;-D

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28.9.2006 2:04

Pilat

Poll: Iraqis back attacks on U.S. troops

WASHINGTON - About six in 10 Iraqis say they approve of attacks on U.S.-led forces, and slightly more than that want their government to ask U.S. troops to leave within a year, a poll finds.:-/

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28.9.2006 1:42

Pilat

Re: Poll: Iraqis back attacks on U.S. troops

_About 61 percent approved of the attacks — up from 47 percent in January. A solid majority of Shiite and Sunni Arabs approved of the attacks, according to the poll. The increase came mostly among Shiite Iraqis.

_An overwhelmingly negative opinion of terror chief bin Laden and more than half, 57 percent, disapproving of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

_Three-fourths say they think the U.S. plans to keep military bases in Iraq permanently.

_A majority of Iraqis, 72 percent, say they think Iraq will be one state five years from now. Shiite Iraqis were most likely to feel that way, though a majority of Sunnis and Kurds also believed that would be the case.

The PIPA poll, which included an oversample of 150 Sunni Iraqis, has a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.

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28.9.2006 1:46

Lemaxik

a dalsi trouba podemnou, ktery si plete Bankock s Prostejovem na morave!

to vite muslim, ktery krome koranu nic jineho ani neumi! ( krome mlaceni tykve do stolu ovsem!)R^

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28.9.2006 1:17

Monstrum Anonymič Anonymov

Už to začíná..

Jde vidět, že moc převzal muslim :-)

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27.9.2006 22:08

Johnnie Talker

Re: Už to začíná..

No, tak s těma by ses asi dlouho nefotografoval...:-D

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27.9.2006 23:09

Lemaxik

Re: Re: Už to začíná..

oni  by ti dali fotku, jak stojis v rade na odstrel!Rv to vis sebranka , ale jinak to neni veci muslimu jak tu provokuje ten idiot monstrum, ale vojska, ktere neni muslimskeho vyznani!

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28.9.2006 1:21

Johnnie Talker

Re: Re: Re: Už to začíná..

Mě to nevysvětluj.

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28.9.2006 2:22

wildge

Heh

Asi se nejakemu generalovi nepostavil.

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27.9.2006 20:39

Fredero

Ti Thajci budou evidentne dosti sympaticka zeme..pry je na jihu ohrozuji muslimove..

Thajci jsou zrejme budhisti vcetne armady a podle toho se chovaji.."Zachovat vaznost prevratu"-jsou fakt fajnR^:-)R^:-)R^

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27.9.2006 18:49

--Raswan--

Kurňa to je aspoň převrat :-)))

Vojáci půjčujou turistům kvéry ;-D

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27.9.2006 17:31

mugarel

Re: Kurňa to je aspoň převrat :-)))

ti thajci musí být hodně rozumný národ. míněno bez ironie.

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27.9.2006 18:47

wildge

Re: Kurňa to je aspoň převrat :-)))

Myslis, ze jako saskarna se to vyrovna sametovce?

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27.9.2006 20:40

Pilat

Re: Kurňa to je aspoň převrat :-)))

neni to podle tvych pseudodemokratickych predstav?

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28.9.2006 1:11

pinguinone

.. erosenky...

:-/

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27.9.2006 16:21





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