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Brave Kurdish Peshmerga

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Added by: gotham, 07-23-2014
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Brave Kurdish Peshmerga fight, cowardly shiite Iraqi army runs away

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07-28-2014, 12:04 PM #86008
   
sirspikey
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hehe, he seems a bit angry
   
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    ChapaWolf (07-31-2014)
07-24-2014, 02:31 AM #85918
spartan112    
spartan112
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A bitching solider is a good solider !! ; ) Keep up the great work and everybody will know who did the fighting . everybody around that CP anyways !!!
   
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    ChapaWolf (07-31-2014)
07-23-2014, 09:21 PM #85907
Rhntz    
Rhntz
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I feel sorry for that goat......
   
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07-23-2014, 06:43 PM #85900
Hellfreeza    
Hellfreeza
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some coworkers i have are kurds from northern Iraq. And yes, this guy is telling the truth.
Sunni and Shia ruined themselfs the last half century and the Kurds are the strongest population group in Iraq now.
   
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