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Lessons of 9/11 not learned by us

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Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Sep 11, 2006 at 11:21

As I watch TV this morning recounting the events of five years ago on this anniversary of 9/11, I am filled with rage and sadness, just like millions of other Americans. Rage because we have still not captured the two scums of the earth, bin Laden and Zawahiri - and they keep threatening us with their diatribe against humanity on internet or on their mouth piece Al Jazeera TV; and sadness because the world is still enduring the Muslim terrorism and non-muslim human lives are being lost everyday.

It seems that the sacrifices of the victims of 9/11 did not teach anything to the editors of NYTimes, Washington Post, LA Times, and certain politicians, college professors, and the so called "experts" who are still insisting Islam is religion of peace. Who are they kidding, they are delusional themselves and they want us to be like them!!! Is this height of stupidity or what.

I don't know why this administration is willing to listen to the threats of bin Laden and company. It is well known these low lifes are living in Pakistan and if Pakistanis are not willing to capture them, we should just bomb the heck out of their northwest provinces and/or Karachi which is a terrorist haven anyway. Our policy should be 'tit for tat'. We should warn them that if there is any attack on USA or the West or any other part of the world, we will bomb any Muslim country in the world that is protecting these terrorists. Examples of these countries are, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Iran and Indonesia for starters.

It is obvious we are not going to get any help from the "moderate" Muslims in this matter as there are no moderate Muslims anywhere. We will have to straighten this religion out ourselves, if we want the civilzed world to survive or we will all go back to stone age 7th century Arabia, like it or not. As Muslims are not willing to live peacefully with non-Muslims, the only alternative left is war against them. These words may seem harsh, but I don't see any other out come. Muslims have killed an unimaginable number of non-Muslims since the inception of their "religion" - over 100 million in India alone, and perhaps a similar number of people in Europe, middle east(Iran is prime example) and other parts of the world. They are continuing the killing in various parts of the world even today, everyday of the week and Muslims have the audacity of telling us they are a peaceful religion. That is hypocrisy at its best. One wonders if they have any conscience left in them which a normal human being - even wthout any religion, will have in him.

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