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Originally posted by eyescryforALLAAH07
well... not sure what to say really...
what IS sad is that they would even think of celebrating the "formation of israel" after 60 years of an onslaught against the palestinians which has resulted in over 7000 000 refugees and i have no clue as to how many have been massacred due to the occupation...
think of it this way...
if i were to sell you my house, then 60 years later my grandchildren came back to the house, kicked the door in, said "this was my house and i want it back" then killed your family and kicked you out onto the streets... then they got more of the ex-residents of the houses on the estate to do the same thing to every house etc...
multiply this 1000's of times over as this did not just happen to a housing estate, but to a WHOLE COUNTRY!
the jews left there of their own accord, they had NO RIGHT to storm into that land, massacre and make homeless millions of families, bulldoze houses, bomb places etc...
60 years on and they want to celebrate it? it's like celebrating a massacre of people...
maybe threats weren't the right thing to do, BUT the point is how can they celebrate it? wouldn't people go mad if germany had a "60 year independance from the jews" festival when everyone knows this would be hailing the holocaust....?
Originally posted by flymetothemoon
This is strange... Roger Waters among all the other great artists who have had gig's in Israel was welcome, cause he stated he is against the wall. No offend to any but islamic threats has become very normal against anyone who accepts Israel and/or democracy. This should only be about the music and nothing else
Anti-Abortionist Says He Expects 'a Great Reward in Heaven'
Wednesday, September 03, 2003
STARKE, Fla. — Paul Hill (search), a former minister who gunned down an abortion doctor, said he feels no remorse and suggested the state will be making him a martyr when he becomes the first person executed in the United States for anti-abortion violence.
Barring an unlikely last-minute stay, the 49-year-old former Presbyterian (search) minister will be put to death by lethal injection Wednesday evening for the 1994 murders in Pensacola of Dr. John Britton and his escort, retired Air Force Lt. Col. James Herman Barrett.
Barrett's wife, June, was wounded in the shootings outside the Ladies Center in Pensacola (search). Hill has not appealed.
"The sooner I am executed ... the sooner I am going to heaven," Hill said in a jailhouse interview. "I expect a great reward in heaven. I am looking forward to glory. I don't feel remorse."
"More people should act as I have acted," Hill added.
Originally posted by NorthWolfe CND
reply to post by jwstarry
I am not muslim, I HATE THE BEATLES, and specially Paul, as a musician...
Kill him? no...Ignore him, it will hurt more...
Originally posted by Vowles
Funny,Islam is so peaceful. Yet I never hear of another religion calling for the killing of someone... Roll on the deniers please.
Originally posted by ANoNyMiKE
If the greater Muslim population wants to separate themselves from individuals like this, perhaps they should be the ones trying to hunt these people down. So far, all they seem to do is say; "Well that isn't us, that's him, you can't judge us based on him", while they stand around and people continue to die.