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The wages of sin

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Submitted by Malik al-Kuffar (United Kingdom), Oct 13, 2005 at 08:02

After the earthquake which has demolished so much of the Northern Provinces of Pakistan, the British government is sending aid, whilst British citizens, forgetful of the appalling insult of 7/7, are reaching in their pockets to help the people of the area where most of the killers originated. How ironic that the area devastated roughly coincides with the area where the infamous madrasas exist which trained the Taliban and Islamo-fascist killers who are causing so much misery in the world. I still remember a man from that area on being interviewed on TV after the 9/11 outrage saying it didn't matter "because those killed were only Christians".
Those Islamists who took satisfaction in the fact that the only buildings to survive the tsunami were (stone-built) mosques (and churches) might care to ponder on the meaning of this earthquake - I somehow doubt if the thought of Divine Retribution would cross their minds.
In the meantime we can draw a comparison - Britain sends help to the Muslims a lot of whom, while accepting the bounties of our welfare state, want to kill us - in the name of their prophet, soll'Allah aleihi wasallam, and of their religion.

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