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Abdul Rahman, are you suggesting that terrorism is "relative"?

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Submitted by Moshe (Israel), Jul 3, 2006 at 04:54

Abdul Rahman, you go to great length to prove that the Islamic terror is not a singular phenomenon in human history and that hideous inhuman crimes against innocent people were committed in the past also by non-Muslims. Thanks a lot; it is indeed a very valuable piece of information!

Now seriously, are you trying to convince me that terrorism is only a matter of definition? And if it was already done before, it is OK to do it now? Abdul, is this the right attitude of a true God fearing Muslim, of high moral standards? The kind you would like us to regard you? A person who is calling for mutual respect and understanding between religions?

Regardless of the fact that you are trying to feed us again with a mixture of half truth and inaccurate, unproved allegations, all this cannot change the sad fact that presently an all out dirty war was unleashed by Islamic fundamentalists against the whole Mankind. And your pathetic efforts to legitimize these inhuman acts of terror, make them look acceptable, and even suggest that they qualify for acts of "freedom fight" only sheds a very pessimistic light on the real face of the so called "educated", moderate Muslims.


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