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Exploiting the Dispair of Self Destruction by Projecting it Upon the Innocence of Unsuspecting Infants - Wickedness in its Most Evil Form

Reader comment on item: The Scourge of Suicide Terrorism
in response to reader comment: 20 Years to proud sick "Palestinian" parents' 'baby bomber' pic that shocked the world

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 1, 2022 at 13:06

The true sadness of the depiction of a infant/toddler/babe in the woods set in an explosive devise without any expression of horror from the perpetrators sets the true tone of the inhumanities being exploited for reasons that no rational mind would consider as appropriate; but that the point, is it not?
The myth of a modern 'Palestine' is not existant for developing a modern Muslim connecion to a peace-loving society; to the opposite, destruction is apparently the only acceptable path to some inhumane perception of how humanity must seek out its destiny in a world that does not know peace because it does not recognize the God of love, but His enemy instead and rebellion is sought instead.
When properly unserstood, self extermination is an act of deep emotional dispair from an individual wh has lived enough of life separated from the love of God and separated further from those who could teach the love of God, but fail to do so for not understanding what that kind of relationship entails; it is based in eternal terms and not human terms. A baby wrapped in a explosive is antithetical; since the baby does not have an awareness of the significance of the apparatus, it is therefore a threat of murdering the child due to the adult not having enough love of life to protect the child from those that see the exploitation of such as a fulfillment of hatred of all things that the love of God cherishes, provoking instead the judgment that comes when anyone threatens the innocence of the child and potentially causes its destruction. There is a reason no real future is derived from such exploitation and 'Palestine' is set on a course to oblivion.


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