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Isn't this a parallel case to: A rose, is a rose, is a rose?

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Submitted by Yolanda Canfield (Panama), Nov 23, 2004 at 19:31

Blessed are the peacemakers is a well-known beatitude. But can a peacemaker be part of the controversy?

We have two sides on this matter of terrorism. One is Islamist and the other non-Islamist. Non-Islamists are not involved in Jihad ( at least, I hope so).

The stakes are the important thing.

The degree of belief makes the person a risk to the rest of humanity and it rests not in the mind of the person but in the heart. Emotions rule reactions and do away with the clarity of mind necessary to avoid exploding.

An islamist's loyalty is towards one thing -- it's just guesswork when that loyalty will be sufficiently inflamed as to side with, participate pro or perform terrorist acts. ...

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