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Originally posted by badw0lf
Originally posted by Mr. Pele Pele
It will be funny if someone actually shoots the woman.
What an ignorant and stupid thing to say.
Originally posted by camain
I think you all are forgetting that Sudan is a soveriegn nation. Had a citizen of Sudan did this what would the penalty be? I think she should be treated no better then the average citizen and no worse then it. If the law calls for death, so be it. If it calls for 40 lashes so be it. People whine, B*tch, and complain, about the poor children, and how she was trying to help. How about getting off your high horse, and helping the kids in you neighborhood. At least there you won't get spanked or hung. People need to realise that there are 2 completely different worlds out there. There's the western world, and then there is the 3rd world. If you play in anothers backyard, be prepared to reap what you sow. These worlds are so completely different that trying to compare our thoughts, and principles to the other would only make you angry.
Moral of the story, When you're in another country, be aware of there laws, however crazy you may think they are, you are bound to them.
Originally posted by mythatsabigprobe
No doubt they'll shoot her with weapons supplied by the Bush administration in another of their underhanded deals with radicals through the CIA.
How was that?
Originally posted by centurion1211
But so what as far as this poor teacher is concerned. She goes to Sudan to help teach their poor children and if you are correct, they repay her for that with prison and now an attempt to make her a pawn in their dislike of "outsiders".
Still all wrong, for whatever reason is claimed.
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Originally posted by baklawa
The sad truth is people are tired, hungry, ignorant, desolate and lead by corrupt leaders who blame the west for all their woes.