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Victims of war and victims of murder

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Mar 15, 2006 at 16:23

This may surprise you Bader S, but there is a difference between children being casualties of war and Muslims specifically targeting children for death. Thus, there is a difference between victims of war and victims of murder.

The Chechen children were victims of war, Beslam children were victims of murder.

Furthermore, identifying Russians as Christian Orthodox is meaningless as the Russian government banned religion for many years.
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