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Children as human bombs

Reader comment on item: The Scourge of Suicide Terrorism
in response to reader comment: Palestinian Criminal use of their KIDS as Human Bombs

Submitted by Holly Wild (United States), Jun 16, 2007 at 12:24

Th sad thing is why, and people need to ask themselves why children would even go to such lengths without the desire to live. Its called oppression. No one would understand unless they lived under oppression and watched their famly die around the, They are not motivated by money. They are motivated by life. Its like a woman or man who is being abused or threatened..it ends in murder...I'm not saying its right..Im saying that no one want to be treated like a wild animal and hel captive. Opression brings violence. Occupation brings violence. I once heard my preice give a sermon that said a moslim would die for his god and the question is...would we die for our god? I belive that using children as human bombs is criminal. Its a sad situation. American propaganda only shows one side of the palestinian people...It would be terrible if they actually showed them as human beings.


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