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Submitted by stranchan (China), Apr 23, 2012 at 22:16

How anyone could have allowed the trial to go through in the first place without assigning any connection between the actions of a Muslim on a bus ful of Jewish school boys is a terrible thing. The fact that motive is not allowed in to a trial due to politcally correct or over sensitivities when it is clear to everyone that this was the case does not bode well for western countries. As noted in the article 'Are Jihadists Crazy', it is this lack of allowing the motivation to be illustrated in court that confounds juries and makes them think that the perpetrator is insane and not religiously motivated.

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