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Questions for Kevin and Danish/American

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Submitted by Saladin (United States), Jul 19, 2006 at 07:37

who nuked the japanese cities and killed innocent civilians?

where did world war 1 and 2 take place killing millions?

where did millions of jews were killed in the holaucost?

who killed innocent civilians in afgahnistan and then called them collateral damage?

who killed retreating iraqi soldiers in gulf war 1?

who killed innocent civilians in iraq and then called them collateral damage?

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