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J.A. Mohammed's motives were clear, he was fullfilling islamic jihad as written in the koran.

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Submitted by Phil Grend (Canada), Dec 15, 2009 at 21:36

This man killed non muslims for allah. He terrorised people who rejected islam. He blamed others for his problems He tried to recruit an innocent young person into killing others. He wished everyone to follow islam by choice or by force. He killed people based on their skin colour, race and religion.

All of this fits perfectly with actions of the prophet mohammed, all that is written from allah in the koran and policies of todays muslim societies.

He was on a holy war ( jihad ) for islam. No better, no worse, and certainly no different.

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