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Japanese survivor describes Tunisia museum attack

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Plain insane...

RIP to all victims.

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Another mindless act of terror by nameless cowards.

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I'm normally left leaning an against war, but if it wa positively to evacuate the innocents an bomb the radicals out of existence, then I could probably be persuaded to support that.

It might be due to lack if coverge by English speaking media, but you just don't hear enough outrage from moderate Muslims from Middle Eastern and East Asian countries.

They need to clean up their own mess. We can support them, but we can never do what my first comment suggested.

Until moderate Muslims stamp out this violence by growing some balls and standing up to the radical elements this will never end.

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ha ha ha, very funny badman... It reminds me of what told me a Chinese business partner about Japanese people and the Nanjing event...

On a more serious note, who do you think is fighting against IS? If your answer is limited to US and Europe then you are oblivious to the actual situation.

What happenned is very sad. Especially for Tunisia which was the only sucessful example of transition from dictatorship to democracy (in less than 4 years!). I hope Tunisia will get back on its feet and democracy will prevail.

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Until moderate Muslims stamp out this violence by growing some balls and standing up to the radical elements this will never end.

Maybe you should tell the Kurds that. And Jordanians. And the Shiite militia in Iraq, not to mention local Sunni who oppose IS. Etc.

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In the J TV news last night it was reported that the security forces were warned of an attack and were put on special alert at the museum. At 11 am, one hour before the attack, they were all stood down and dispersed, apparently.

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I'm normally against visiting those places. . . But hey, whatever floats ur boat.

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