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Stories from the sea
has nothing to do with Muslims.....right??? Except , where soldiers fought, is in a country. Where troops were trying to invade a country. On behalf of the colonial power of the UK.
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Platinum Pixie Apr 3
Replying to @DesiCommsMan
Oh shit, everything is so fucked up.
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Seonaid Lewis 📚🌳 Apr 3
Replying to @DesiCommsMan
There were (Indian) Muslims who fought as part of the Anzacs too.
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Stories from the sea Apr 3
Replying to @genebrarian
Even more relevance then.
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Richard Price Apr 4
And the ancestors of those former foes now carefully and gently tend the graves of our fallen. Surely to mend the wounds of war, even 100 years later, recognition of their feats to care today would be a good thing?
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Дейвид Apr 4
Replying to @DesiCommsMan
2.5 million Muslims fought ALONGSIDE ANZACs and Allied soldiers AGAINST the facist, aryan, white supremacist tyranny of NAZI Germany in WW2. They were our friends and comrades in arms. Anzac Day is about remembering the sacrifice that they all made for us. LEST WE FORGET
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Stories from the sea Apr 4
Absolutely agree!!!!
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Bri Apr 4
Replying to @DesiCommsMan
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Levi Apr 4
Replying to @DesiCommsMan
What is a Muslim country?
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Jane ☕🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇳🇿 Apr 4
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Stories from the sea Apr 4
Replying to @bridie66
Thank you so much for this!!!!!
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Stories from the sea Apr 4
Replying to @JaneTHoye @IRCocytus
Absolutely!!!! :)
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Stories from the sea Apr 4
Replying to @IRCocytus
Absolutely!!!!!
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Stories from the sea Apr 4
Replying to @platinumpixienz
I know right, and the really sad thing is it doesnt seen to be getting any better, despite the terrible events in Christchurch!!!
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Anthrax Apr 23
Replying to @DesiCommsMan
>a muslim imperial power that committed atrocities on other populations and until the forced population exchanges with Greece (later ruled to be a genocide by both sides) wasn't even entirely their land.
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