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Are lives of westerners more valuable than Iraqis?

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Why killing a peace activist ?

Submitted by Sarah (Sweden), Mar 14, 2006 at 12:55

(Tom Fox's admirer in the Middle East said: Whatever you will do for them, at the end, they WILL STAB A KNIFE IN YOUR BACK. Sarah has suggested this, in her comments to Bob)

Tell me when I suggested that 'they will stab a knife in your back'? Don't mingle your own imagination and emotions with my words. My comments are there and everybody can read them. It seems that, whoever you are, you're not less dangerous than the Danish Imams!!!!!

Personally, I feel sorry for Tom Fox, and I did not say a word against him (read my comments again). But I am against the people who attack another country for oil and business.There are sites mentioned by Another one that support these view. There are lots of Americans and British thinkers, politicians, academics and public who believe that Iraq has been attacked for oil and for business. Even Nobel Laureate Harold Printer blasted President Bush and Blair for their war in Iraq. If the cause for attacking Iraq was so just, why so many people around the world voiced agaist it? Think before you behave like blood-thirsty war mongers.

I am surprised when you people are expressing grief on the death of westerners when you're justifying the killings of thousands of innocent Iraqis- including small children !!! If you condemn and mourn death- mourn the death of ALL innocent lives who have been killed in Iraq war. Lives of the White people are not more valuable than the lives of innocent Iraqi civilians.

Or is so in YOUR religion, or ethics, if you have any??

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