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Submitted by Debanjan Banerjee (India), Jul 10, 2010 at 09:57

Hi Mr. DNM,

Our dear Deb is back for more

Vanunu broke the law and here in the west you pay when you break the law

>My Answer : Which law did Vanunu Broke , can you kindly specify. I do not know whether he broke any law. Wait a minute , your ex-president G.W. Dubya lied to the world about WMD-s in Iraq. Now I think telling lies while being the president of the USA is considered breaking the law , right. But nothing happened to him. So what happened to your statement "in the west you pay when you break the law".Wait a minute. I forgot that Vanunu was a non-Askhenaji Jew. Was that the matter that he got jailed for being a non-Askhenaji Jew ?

i'm not interested in a chit chat with a tablighee about the rule of the law.

>My Answer : I accpet that you have no answer for that one.

Answer to what?you break the law you go to jail it is as simple as that but again the muslim mind works on the conspiracy theory. So what do you want me to tell you: Oh those pesky Israelis put him in jail because he is a Sephardic jew? Right? The answer is no he broke the law like it or not

My Answer :You are again evading my question. I ask you what kind of law is this that punishes a morally just whistle blower and truth-teller but leaves alone (and rewards) a President who lied and was responsible for the murder of thousands of innocents in Iraq and Afghanistan.

This time I expect a straight answer.

>You accept that your founding fathers were the biggest mass murderers in history.

So? they were real human beings with the good and the bad and the ugly. At least they were not rusul (the plural of rasul) of a deity right mr fake?and non of them for sure was an Arabian warlord and caravan raider

My Answer : The American founding fathers were some of the biggest mass murderers in he history. Your whole American nation is a product of American genocide.

How dare you criticize any faith without criticizing your founding fathers , first.

History proves us that the nation of America is responsible for the murders of most number of innocent people on earth in last couple of centuries.

1. The genocide of millions of native Americans by American founding fathers.

2. The political dominance and interference against many number of small south american countries through the immoral Monroe doctrine.

3. The genocide against the Philippinos by Teddy Roosevelt.

4. The mass killings in Dresden during the second world war and rest of the atrocities against the innocent Germans during the second world war.

5. The use of nukes against Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the continuing occupation of Japanese Islands like Okinawa against the will of the Japanese people

6. The slaughter of innocent Koreans during the Korean war

7. The genocide against Vietnamese and Cambodians

8. The intervention in Iran by overthrowing Mossadegh and installing a puppet regime which brutalized and tortured millions of Iranians

9. Helping Saddam Hussain to kill millions in the Iraq-Iran war

10. Killing of millions in Afghanistan and Iraq through illegal ways

11. Killing of millions in the third world countries by American multi-national corporations (e.g. Bhopal gas tragedy)

I have evidence for all these crimes. Read Howard Zinn , Noam Chomsky and Robert Fisk to know.

Now before you criticize the Muslims remember that you are a citizen of the nation that has killed most number of innocents throughout the last two centuries.

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