March 02, 2004
Something in Common
What do these three incidents have in common?
I) "At least 143 killed when explosions rock Shiite shrines in two Iraqi cities"
II) "At least 41 killed in attack on Shiite procession in Pakistan"
III) "A suicide terrorist blows up a Jerusalem bus, killing 8, injuring 60 "
a) The killers were desperate and oppressed because their great-grandfather turned down the country he was offered in 1948.
b) The killers were desperate and oppressed by the Jews living in certain neighborhoods of Hebron.
c) The killers were desperate and oppressed by the West Bank security fence.
d) The killers were Sunni Muslims, attempting to intimidate and assert political control over civilians of a different faith.
Posted by Stefan Sharkansky at March 02, 2004 03:51 PM
OK. I'll bite.
They're religious fundamentalists who have no value for human life, and the world won't be safe until they are wiped from the face of the earth?
Either that, or it's Bush's fault because he's Hitler.
i believe the answer is bush is hitler, zionists control the world and no blood for oil. do i get a T shirt?
Sunni's are killing Shiite's in Pakistan because of the Zionist entities occupation of Palestinian land.
All problems in the world are the Jews fault. Everyone is absolved of guilt for their sins except the Jews. This is the modern "Passion play".
It might well be Iranian Shiites doing this for political gain, and not Sunnis. I think that your point should be refined to "All acts of Islamo/fascists attempting to impose their Islamo-fascism ."
e) "Allah Akbar!" the last human words that the innocent victims heard.
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e) The killers were desperate and oppressed by corrupt arab dictators, raised in a tidal wave of anti-semetic and anti-western propaganda paid for and ochestrated by those same arab dictators, and lacking in objective education were finally seduced into mass-murder/suicide in a final fit of madness at the behest of murderous religious fanatics and the arab dictators who enable and use them solely for the justification and maintainance of their political dynasties.
I like that one.