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Will We Be Brothers Again?(like Good Old Days)

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  • #31
    Originally posted by Reincarnated Am
    Or the Mullahs of today, right?
    Yes, right. Mollas or Mullahs. They are very dangerous for all Muslim countries.

    Although Christianity has been reformed, unfortunately, Islam hasn't.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by cosmos2
      Yes, right. Mollas or Mullahs. They are very dangerous for all Muslim countries.

      Although Christianity has been reformed, unfortunately, Islam hasn't.
      Yes cosmos2 we also ahve mullahs problem in Turkey you know.
      [COLOR="Red"]A TANGO BETWEEN GOD AND SATAN[/COLOR]

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      • #33
        KURDISTAN: COOPERATION ESTABLISHED WITH DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF ARMENIA

        UNPO, Netherlands
        Jan 30 2006

        Democratic Party of Armenia and Democratic Party of Kurdistan (Iraq)
        signed a Protocol on cooperation, as a REGNUM correspondent has been
        informed by head of Democratic Party of Armenia (DPA) Aram Sarkisyan.

        According to the head of DPA, on September 2005, in Moscow, he
        met plenipotentiary of Kurdistan regional government in the CIS,
        representative of Democratic Party of Kurdistan (DPK) in CIS Khoshvi
        Babakra. The sides informed each over on situation in Armenia, Iraq
        and Kurdistan, exchanged opinion on processes on Middle East and
        Caucasus. Both sided expressed interest in development of cooperation
        between DPA and DPK, and noted traditionally good relations between
        the Armenian and Kurd nations.

        The sides agreed to systematically inform each other on the
        questions of regional policy, conduct periodical meeting of the
        parties' representatives for consultations and organize a trip of DPK
        representatives in Armenia and DPA representatives to Kurdistan. The
        parties plan to strengthen cultural and press relations between Armenia
        and Kurdistan, and establish relations between the Kurd Diaspora in
        Armenia with Kurdistan.
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        Originally Posted by Hovik
        KURDISTAN: COOPERATION ESTABLISHED WITH DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF ARMENIA

        UNPO, Netherlands
        Jan 30 2006

        Democratic Party of Armenia and Democratic Party of Kurdistan (Iraq)
        signed a Protocol on cooperation, as a REGNUM correspondent has been
        informed by head of Democratic Party of Armenia (DPA) Aram Sarkisyan.

        According to the head of DPA, on September 2005, in Moscow, he
        met plenipotentiary of Kurdistan regional government in the CIS,
        representative of Democratic Party of Kurdistan (DPK) in CIS Khoshvi
        Babakra. The sides informed each over on situation in Armenia, Iraq
        and Kurdistan, exchanged opinion on processes on Middle East and
        Caucasus. Both sided expressed interest in development of cooperation
        between DPA and DPK, and noted traditionally good relations between
        the Armenian and Kurd nations.

        The sides agreed to systematically inform each other on the
        questions of regional policy, conduct periodical meeting of the
        parties' representatives for consultations and organize a trip of DPK
        representatives in Armenia and DPA representatives to Kurdistan. The
        parties plan to strengthen cultural and press relations between Armenia
        and Kurdistan, and establish relations between the Kurd Diaspora in
        Armenia with Kurdistan.
        [COLOR="Red"]A TANGO BETWEEN GOD AND SATAN[/COLOR]

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        • #34
          Good news
          [COLOR="Red"]A TANGO BETWEEN GOD AND SATAN[/COLOR]

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          • #35
            Originally posted by RUDO
            Maybe we will be brothers like good old days.
            Thats what they used to say in Yugoslavia before in broke down

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