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To understand how Al Qaeda thinks one must think outside the box

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Submitted by RPaine (Australia), Mar 17, 2004 at 08:41

To understand how Al Qaeda thinks one must think outside the comfortable box that we have created for ourselves. If Son Abdurahman really is reformed; and he is the moderate Muslim example we've all so dearly wanted to find, then we must look at what has happened to his world and how this has affected him. He now professes to act, believe that Islamism is wrong - that he is now cured...and that he is anti-alQaeda and essentially pro-West.

If what he has passed through is the vaccine/cure, why don't we spread the vaccine far and wide? The recipe for the vaccine is this,

if you bomb innocent people, your family gets put onto the "seek and destroy" list, whether you are alive or dead. All of them starting with your Mother, then your Father, then your Children, then your Wife, then your Brothers, then your Sisters, then any other relative within two levels of separation.

This would counter the money that is being paid to the families of suicide bombers. This would create a massive paradigm shift towards the good...as well as put a halt on the constant media coverage of Al Qaeda's press releases.
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