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   How can Muslim savages justify wantonly killing and torturing Americans?

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   Consider this treatise Osama bin Laden secured from a young prominent Saudi cleric¹.

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   “Anyone who considers America’s aggressions against Muslims and their lands during the past decades will conclude that striking her is permissible on the rule of treating one as one has been treated. No other argument need be mentioned…

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–cont. from above–

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“…some brothers have totaled the number of Muslims killed directly or indirectly by their weapons and have come up with a figure of nearly ten million….If a bomb that killed ten million of them and burned as much of their land as they have burned Muslim land was dropped on them, it would be permissible, with no need to mention any other argument. We might need other arguments if we wanted to annihilate more than this number of them.”

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Add to this statement the words of Ayman Al-Zawahir²:

“We have not reached parity with them. We have the right to kill four million of Americans–two million of them children–and to exile twice as many and wound and cripple hundreds of thousands. Furthermore, it is our right to fight them with chemical and biological weapons, so as to afflict them with the fatal maladies that have afflicted the Muslims because of the [American's] chemical and biological weapons.”

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The threat of mass deaths at times becomes a threat of extermination. Said Hamas leader Abdel Aziz Ranttisi in (2003)³: “Not a single Jew will remain in Palestine.”

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   How far would Christians get–anywhere–if they let their religion in any way “shield” such extremists who identify with the group they worship with and even be shepherds of their young?

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   ¹ Words attributed to Shaykh Nasir bin Hamd al-Fahd in Newt Gingrich’s Winning the Future (Regnery, 2005, p.3). These 11-year-old words are tame compared to the fiery sloganeering of today.

   ² Ibid.

   ³ Ibid.