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Who is to Blame

Reader comment on item: The Snipers: Crazy or Jihadis?

Submitted by Jay (United States), Jan 5, 2006 at 14:04

The religion or religious group a person belongs to shouldn't matter. Any time a Christian commits a crime he's simply just breaking the law, but when any other religion (mainly NOI) goes against government policy their considered to be terrist. I thought being stereotypical wasn't the american way. I guess not. Anytime someone here's NOI that think terrorist, is it not true that Christians are the most undisciplined religion, but because most of the people that run this country clame to be Christians, everyone else is a terrorist.
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