Should we forgive Muslim terrorists for 9/11?

As the 1st anniversary of the barbaric attacks on the United States by Muslim terrorists on September 11 approaches, here's a great quote from general Schwartzkof:

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In a recent interview, General Norman Schwartzkof was asked if he thought there was room for forgiveness toward the people who have harboured and abetted the terrorists who perpetrated the 9/11 attacks on America.

His answer: "I believe that forgiving them is God's function. Our job is simply to arrange the meeting."

Thanks to Zionblog for the great quote.





Posted by David Melle
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I feel that you should not generalise so much when you state "muslim" terrorists.

Not ALL muslims are bad, have some compassion. They have all suffered enough of this torment for so long. Give it a rest.

No i am not a muslim. I just want to set the record straight.

Terrorists are just terrorists. THEY are the ones to blame, not what religion or nationality they belong to.

Posted by: --- concerned --- at June 19, 2003 04:55 PM


"Concerned",

I agree with you, we should not generalize.

That said, that is not what I did when I asked if we should forgive the Muslim terrorists for what they did on 9/11/2001.

No matter how uncomfortable that might make you feel, some Muslims are part of the Islamic Al-Qaeda terrorist network, and they murdered almost 3,000 people on 9/11.

Some Muslims are also part of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Hamas, and even Arafat's Al-Aksa brigades.

Some Muslims are part of terrorist groups that deliberately murder women and children in Kashmir/India, Nigeria, Chechnea/Russia, Malaysia and many other places.

These mass murderers are Muslims, and I have no sympathy for them: I wish them all be arrested or killed.

Now, let me ask you a question: if these freaks are part of Islamic groups and their continuously murder women and children, why do you have a problem in calling them "Muslim Terrorists"?

Posted by: David Melle at June 19, 2003 09:48 PM


first of all
I AM MUSLIM
i am so offended by your STATEMENTS
i dont believe in hurting anybody and there are millions of other muslims who think like me,JUST like there are many non-muslims who think like me.There are bad people and there are good people,there are also people who are good but do bad things sometimes...so please dont say us MUSLIMS are bad cuz we are not all da same.
Timothy mcvaey,when he decided to blow something up no body said non muslims were bad.your first reaction was this is a muslims dirty work.if there was 3,000 ppl who died in the 9/11
there was much more muslims who have been killed by the usa hands,and isreal.
WHAT HAPPENED TO BEING INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY?
you all automatically assumed muslims did it and if osama bin ladin didnt disappear ya'll would have just killed him regardless and that aint fair.ISLAM is a religion based on peace,truth,and kindness.ISLAM IS THE FASTEST GROWING RELIGION,ITS A INTERNATIONAL RELIGION...
I AM NOT PINT POINTING FINGERS BUT ALOT OF PEOLPE CANT HANDLE THAT....SO IM A SAY A LITTLE PRAYER FOR YOU ALL AND HOPE THAT ALLAH (SWT)
SHOWS ALL OF YOU THE RIGHT PATH AND HELPS YOU ERASE THIS HATRED YOU HAVE FOR US MUSLIMS
THANK YOU
i am 18 years old,female ,im a born muslim and i live in canada.
bye

Posted by: fatima at September 22, 2003 07:16 PM


You say you don't believe in hurting anyone.

So don't be flicking dookie on me, sand nigga!

Posted by: Yoda at October 15, 2003 03:07 PM


You say you don't believe in hurting anyone.

So don't be flicking dookie on me, sand nigga!

Posted by: Yoda at October 15, 2003 03:07 PM


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