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To Bob re: "killing a peace activist"

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

Submitted by Another one (Egypt), Mar 14, 2006 at 17:06

Sir,i'm afraid you were asking the wrong people..Being muslims doesn't necessarily mean we'll have to clarify those criminal acts on behalf of terrorists.

It's a tragedy just like all the other kidnapping, beheading incidents that are shocking us every day,executed by those butchers.

And if would make you feel better or less bitter, let me inform you about the Egyptian diplomat " Arab,muslim" who was kidnapped and slaughtered by "al Qaeda" militant group.

Here are the headlines :
"The al Qaeda group said it executed him because he represented a "tyrannical" government allied to Jews and Christians. ... Kidnapped Egyptian diplomat killed in Iraq. By Jonathan Wright July 7, 2005 ... "Previously ... I was deputy to the Egyptian ambassador to Israel,"

Here's the website :

i personally doubt that those ignorant psychos ever heard of such a thing as "campaign against the US occupation in Iraq" before they brutally murdered the referred victim .Truly sorry about this mess,i pray it come to an end one day.

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