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Does Sharia allow looting?

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Submitted by batya dagan (United States), Jan 24, 2012 at 17:40

This awful story of a Nuke facility being broken into and stuff stolen reminds me what the the good men of Gaza did to the hot houses Israel left behind when she forced the people of GUSH KATIF to leave.The hot houses were supposed to help the economy of Gaza. Instead it helped the hysteria of looting and breaking and destroying .

This is a performance that repeats itself every time there is some kind of real or imagined crisis in the Arab world.I wish the Iranians would do the same to the Iranian nuke facilities but the Iranians are different. They only go to the streets to display their anger.

A day will come when Egypt will cry over this " spring" that caused them so much loss and so little gain.

Personally I cry over the loss of the famous institute that held unique and precious documents.How soon will they destroy the pyramids.

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