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once again you show your true colors...please!!!

Reader comment on item: Civil War in Iraq?
in response to reader comment: Christian peace activist murdered by islamist

Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Mar 22, 2006 at 13:24

just like you said........Tom Fox was murdered by his terrorist captors. thats what they are. not normal iraqis. most iraqis are dying fighting these terror acts so what do you say about that. and that iraq also have christians they makes up its population. see this is what i mean when people use a topic to down grade a religion. not just christian or americans are getting killed. its little iraqi children, babies,women and men. some of these terrorist are little kids who donot know any better. its the world against terrorist. and terrorist can come from anyone,any religion,any place.

what do you say about the arabs from others countries go to iraq and join the military to fight terrorist?

what do you say about muslims thats in the us military that are dying and fighting terrorists to protect you?.

if youre all that conerned then you should join the military or some peace corp and jump on a C-5 or C-130 and fight with us to stop terror....

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