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Fighting with our hands tied behind our hands

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Submitted by P C Mani (United States), Nov 18, 2009 at 02:47

Any action that the FBI could have taken against this killer until he fired his first shot would have been termed discrimination against a good muslim. But as soon as the first shot is fired, he is not a true Muslim because Quran so clearly says that killing even one innocent man is like killing the entire human race. And, remembe,r Timothy McVeigh killed 468 people. If Timmy could kill the entire humanity 468 times over why can't Nidal kill just 13 times.

This is the irony. Apologists never have to own any responsibility. And the civilized world has to fight with our hands tied behind our backs.

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