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Reader comment on item: [Beslan Atrocity:] They're Terrorists - Not Activists

Submitted by Justin Lannoye (United States), Sep 8, 2004 at 15:26

... While I would agree that anyone that targets innocent civilians for political purposes to be a terrorist, then we must include everyone, regardless of their background and regardless of their sponsor, within that definition. Otherwise, the term becomes a meaningless word used only as a propanda tool.

I would prefer the media (aside from editorials) to give the facts to its readers or viewers without putting their personal spin on the news. I can then make up my own mind about who is or is not a terrorist.
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