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Gunmen attack mosque in Pakistani city; 35 killed

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Turning a perfectly good religion into the Religion of Death?

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I can't imagine a religion that subjegates women, preaches death to infidels and kills it's own adherents as "perfectly good." I think it's been rotten since day one. Certainly isn't improving itself lately.

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Pakistan is safe and still not fit for the title "terrorist state" according to International Community.

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More innocent Muslims being killed in the name of Islam....

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let them kill themselves off.

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nandakamanda:

" Turning a perfectly good religion into the Religion of Death? "

I wonder what you consider "perfectly good" about this particular religion.

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Where is the security? Happens is the good old USA as well but somebody has a gun. Thank God for rights.

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OneForAll:

You think the US is safe from jihadist terrorism because "somebody" has a gun? You could have fooled us...

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Rifles and pistols protect against grenade attacks?

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Ambivalence on one hand, Duplicity in another. Indeed. What other religion says that one can renounce God just so one can escape certain death?

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Why are these people so medieval in their beliefs. they want to be in perpetual war! those practicing the same religion and live "modernly", are the same. They just stand by and look the other way.

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Guns don´t help against suicide bombers (not to mention suicide pilots).

The question is if we ever take on the ideology that creates the life-despising martyrs.

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