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When asked why are all the terrorists Muslims

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Submitted by John Philips (Japan), Aug 18, 2006 at 01:09

He should have just said "They're not." The Sri Lankan Hindus invented suicide bombing (notice how the Muslim Tamils have nothing to do with the LTTE) and Shoko Asahara (of Aum Shinrikyo) was just in the news again in Japan. Tim McVeigh wasn't Muslim either. Many, maybe most, terrorists are not Muslim, certainly the vast majority of Muslims are not terrorists. It's just that the Muslim terrorists seem to be better at it, and seem to have an affinity for attacking the United States.

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