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Reader comment on item: Should airport security procedures include ethnic and religious profiling?

Submitted by GCN (United States), Nov 15, 2006 at 20:08

It is more than obvious that security shall use all the known resources, whether human behavior, technology or ethnic - religious profiling to fight Islamic terrorism.

Unfortunately those who vote against religious and ethnic profiling normally are not harmed and randomly suffer the consequences of Islamic Terrorism; instead, innocents are castigated.

To be religious includes kindness, understanding, wisdom and cooperation for the well being of humanity, so truly religious people should not be offended.

Ethic groups, if composed by human beings of good faith would not vote against profiling, knowing the reason of that; therefore, it is obvious that those who vote against it are either islamists, or ACLU and alike members who struggle to prove that the existence of their jobs are imperative to humanity (Otherwise they would be considered useless demagogue parasites), or are barely worried about other human beings.

All tools ought to be used to prevent Islamists furthering their bloodthirsty war against humans of good faith, and statistics show that the vast majority are Muslims, or recently convert to Islam.

Statistic is used in science to fight the disease of cancer by considering the factor probability, and in the same way it shall be considered as a tool to fight the cancer of radical Islam, cooperators to Islamists and endorsers.

Only those who are worried about being caught want ethnic and religious profiling banished.


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