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in response to reader comment: Repression breeds agression and a thirst for death

Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Jul 26, 2006 at 17:15

I under stand your argument but you are wrong when you say christianity has lost the thrist for blood. As long as we are human and g-d gives us free will then there will always be death,murders and killings. regardless if youre jew,christian or muslim. And to clear issues up suicide bombing is haram in islam(wrong). As with any other faith thou shall not kill also meaning yourself. Any extremist can twist the word for his or her own good.

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