Thursday, July 07, 2005

Criminal Deeds

It is horrible to harm other people. What took place in London this morning is a cowardly action. No one could ever give any reason or justification for what a bunch of ruthless terrorists did. There is no morality in terrifying & killing peaceful people. I can imagine the disturbance, chaos & fear caused by the incident since we live this situation here in Iraq daily.

The Prime Minister Tony Blair
said

"…We know that these people act in the name of Islam, but we also know that the vast and overwhelming majority of Muslims, here and abroad, are decent and law-abiding people who abhor this act of terrorism every bit as much as we do."

, which is true. These people are nothing more than criminals who use Islam as a cover. I can understand the general impression among westerners who can not discriminate easily between Islam & terrorism. Still, it should be emphasized that
"… We continue to resist all attempts to associate our communities with the hateful acts of any minority who claim falsely to represent us."
, as it is said in the statement issued by The Muslim Council of Britain today.

This minority is practicing lot of atrocities here in Iraq. The latest is killing the ambassador of Egypt to Iraq by Al-Zarqawee gang. These gangs, especially the Baathists, will take over if the American troops pull out.

Mr. Bush said

"… The war on terror goes on. I was most impressed by the resolve of all the leaders in the room. Their resolve is as strong as my resolve."

, but what is more important is to take tougher measures by the European leaders, especially the French & the German, against terrorists. France & Germany try to show courtesy in dealing with the insurgents in Iraq, believing that such conduct may keep terrorists away from their soil. By inference, terrorism, if prevails, will spare no land to invade.

Terrorism must be traced to its sources & not to be dealt with superficially. I believe one of the main ideology sources for terrorism is Saudi Arabia. Finally, I'd like to express my condolences to the victims' families & the British people.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I personally would like to see
France,Germany and Spain
send 5000 troops each and 500
million dollars each to Iraq.

The troops can be used to patrol
the borders with the Iraqi troops.

and the Money dedicated to electricity/water/clinics and Housing.

Europe must stand up to the
terrorists and make a bold statement that they will not be intimidated.

But Alas the leaders of those
contries are weak ... they will come to Iraq when its peacefull
looking for business ... but they
will not come to Iraq in her time of need because they are gutless...
letting violent extremists dictate
their foreign policy.

7:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think people have been thinking about these terrorists all wrong.

Think about it. Fanatically devoted to a specific interpretation of the Koran(sp?) and the tenets of Islam. Willing to go to any extreme, no matter how vicious, to please thier leaders. Absolutely no sense of guilt or empathy for thier victims.

What we have here is a cult. An Islamic derivative cult. Think Jim Jones or David Koresh. Are these people still considered Muslims, or are they heretics?

Maybe we need to start using the term "Islamocultists", or something similiar, to describe them from now on.

Freejack

12:10 PM  
Blogger Donna said...

I think you've got it right. To stop this you have to go to the source that spawns the terrorists. Those who preach, teach, and incite the hate. Go after them or else you'll just be collecting the terror babies they produce, year after year after year.

6:00 PM  
Blogger Louise said...

"Those who preach, teach, and incite the hate."

That is Saddam, Saddam and Saddam, among others. In a nutshell, the reason for this war.

2:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree! We have got to do something about Saudi Arabia. If it were up to me, I would tell them the following:
1) Women will be allowed to drive.
2) Women will be allowed to vote.
3) There shall be free exercise of religion.

I would give them 6 months to implement these reforms. If they fail, then we begin taking out refineries and oil processing sites with smart bombs. Simple as that. We need to show that we need freedom more than we need oil.

3:54 AM  
Blogger Brian H said...

Hm, "Islamocultists"; I like it. Of course, that would mean that the whole of Iran is ruled by a Shia cult, and KSA by a Sunni cult, right?

7:33 PM  
Blogger La Bona said...

Rumor has it Osama bin Laden is a Jew! and whole holy war thing is nothing but a plot to render Muslims chattel slavery ...

8:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The trouble with taking on Saudi Arabia is that they are weak. If we upset their otherwise dispicable government, it is feared that the Wahabbis will be able to take over. If that happens, we'll really have a mess! If they stop producing oil as they have threatened, it would cause a worldwide depression; with China (now about fully armed)going after whatever they need, it would get even messier. Talk about exploding ME. I think we are trying to coax change in Saudi that would be less cataclysmic. Time will tell, but I agree change has to come faster. Iran is also spreading its brand of Islam in the south and the ballot box must get control of this, I hope.
Jan

3:57 AM  

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